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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, April 14, 1974

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Sports of The
Netters wipe
Michigan's tennis team won its third strai
season yesterday, crushing Iowa 9-0. The Ha
game battle but were simply overmatched. T
chine rolls again on Monday, as the netters hos
SINGLES
Victor Amaya (M) def. Steve Dickinson (I), 6-1, 4-6
Eric Friedler (M) def. Bruce Nagel (I), 6-1, 6-4.
Freddie DeJesus (M) def. Paul Daniels (), 6-1, 6
Jeff Miller (M) def. Rick Zussman (I), 6-0, 4-6, 6
Jerry Karzan (M) def. Jim Houghton (), 6-0, 6-0.
Jim Holman (M) def. Craig Petra (I), 4-6, 7-6, 6-
DOUBLES
Amaya-Friedler (M) over Dickinson-Nagel (), 6-
DeJesus-Miller (M) over Daniels-Zussman (I), 6-2
Sench.Karzan (M) over Houghton-McKeevr (I)
Tailbacks bite dust
The injury plagued Wolverine football te
lose bodies. In a scrimmage held yesterday
first string tailback Rob Lytle exited with a b
second stringer Gordon Bell sat out half the
a concussion. Both should be back for next v
game.
In order to continue the scrimmage, coach
was forced to move Gil Chapman back to tail
son, a freshman walk-on from New York City,
deal of action.
Ruggers split
CLEVELAND-Michigan's Rugby Club had
afternoon yesterday, as the Gold team won]
Cleveland Rugby Club, but the Blue team
decision.
In the Gold victory, Tom Tucker led Michig
on a try, two conversions and a penalty. Cra
CJuck Drukis added one try each, and Don
convert.
Jon Braun was the lone point-getter for the
* * *
Stickmen fade
The Michigan Lacrosse team lost its sec
season yesterday dropping a hard-fought game
Lacrosse Club by a score of 5-4. Michigan held
at the end of the third period on goals byl
three by Steve Bissel but Columbus was able t
in the final period to clinch a victory. The de
igan with a 6-2 mark for the season with jus
to play.
* * *
igers Szuc
BOSTON-Designated hitter Tommy Harper
run firs-t inning with a leadoff double and the
went on to an 8-1 victory over the Tigers1
American League pitching debut of Rich Wise.
* * *
Stockton leads
AUGUSTA,,Ga.-Gary Player's dynamic, d
just one stroke short and scrambler Dave Sto
some early dramatics, managed to retain th
after the third round of the Masters Golf Tourna
* * *
Habs humble
NEW YORK-Yvan Cournoyer scored two
fourth and fifth in two games-leading the Mo
to a 4-2 victory over New York in the third
National Hockey League Stanley Cup playoff ser
The victory gave the Canadiens a 2-1 edg
seven series with Game 4 to be nationally-tele
noon.
* * *
Bruins batter
TORONTO-The Boston Bruins explodedf
period goals, two of them by Gregg Sheppard,
Toronto Maple Leafs 6-3 last night to take a
lead in their National Hockey League Stanley C
The Bruins can wrap up the best-of-seven s
tory tonight in Toronto.

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week's intersquadC
Bo Schembechler
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also saw a good b
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dropped a 22-6L
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to the Columbus b
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Don Corbett and 1
o score two goals7
feat leaves Mich-l
t two games left i
triggered a six-
Boston Red Sox
yesterday in the
t
riving finish fell
ckton, buoyed by a
e lead yesterday i
neht. v
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more goals-his w
ntreal Canadiens 1
I game of their 1
ies last night.-
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commanding 3-0 y
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Wolverines

drop

oubleheader

By TOM PYDEN
Easter eggs and chocolate can-
dy will be found in the baskets of
many children today, but the big
"basket" situated behind the corn-
er of State and Hoover, otherwise
known as Ray I; Fisher Stadium,
was full of nothing but goose eggs
and faulty fielding yesterday. And
unfortunately, the Michigan base-
ball team was the unlucky reci-
pient as the Wolverines opened
their conference schedule with a
doubleheader loss to Purdue, 1-0
and 2-0.
The double whitewash loss was
the first in over four years for
a Michigan "nine" outfit, dat-
ing back to April 11, 1970, when
Central Michigan performed the
feat, 5-0 and 1-0.
"When you can't pick the ball
up and when you can't hit, you
cannot win," emphasized Michigan
Coach Moby Benedict as he pretty
well summed up the Wolverine ef-
fort. Michigan starting pitchers
Ace Adams and Larry Sorenson
both turned in strong perfor-
mances, but the needed offense
and defense was missing.
Things went awry for Michigan
right from the onset. Purdue lead-
off batter Jim Braun reached first
base safely when his bouncer to
third base glanced off the top of
Larry Gustafson's mitt for an er-
ror. Braun advanced to second on
Tim Barnbrook's infield single but
failed to make it to third as Adams
turned an attempted sacrifice bunt
nto a routine forceout.
However, second baseman Dick
Walterhouse's relay on the follow-
ing attempted double play sailed
ow and wide of first baseman
Pete Ross allowing Barn-brook to
score all the way from second
base and, for all intents and pur-
poses, that was the ballgame.
Purdue southpaw Gary Ma-
honey stifled the Wolverine bats-
men with a fine display of curve
balls as he limited the Wolver-
ines to a meager four hits. Ma-
honey did not allow a runner past
J'rackisters

01.0 irbijuDaily
SUNDAY SPORTS
NIGHT EDITOR:. JEFF SCHILLER

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second base and he whiffed six
men - reaching b a c k for the
strikeout pitch when it was most
needed.
Michigan posted a mild threat in
the third inning when, with one
out, Mark Grenkowski deposited a
slicing liner inside the right field
foul line for a stand-up double.
Purdue right fielder Jim Szucs
made a fine play to cut off the
ball and save a sure triple. Both
efforts were wasted however as
Mahoney s l i p p e d wide-bending
curve balls past the next two Mich-
igan batters to stymie the threat.
The partisan crowd that turn-
ed out on the bright, windy
spring day did not have much to
cheer about in the second game
either as Purdue hurler Kevin
Weidner baffled the Wolverines
with a brilliant two-hitter.
Weidner's teammates provided
him with all the offense he was
to need in the third inning when
a single, a sacrifice, a groundout
advancing the runner and John
Wezet's RBI single produced a
Boilermaker run. Purdueadded an
insurance run off Sorenson in the
seventh stanza on DH John Dykes'
smash up the box following a sin-
gle and a wild pitch.
Dykes'arun -:producing s i n g 1 e
marked the end of the road for
the freshman Sorenson as Bene-
dict called upon Chuck Rodgers
to relieve the situation. Sorenson
mixed his pitches very well and he
fare wel

fanned seven Purdue batters, but
his teammates backed him with
but a sole hit through the six and
one-third innings he worked.
Dan Damiani led off the Mich-
igan sixth with a line drive single
to right center. Damiani was
advanced to second by Ed
Clegg's sacrifice bunt. Clegg him-
self was safe when Purdue first
sacker Wezet failed to touch first
base after taking the throw from
the fielded bunt. The next bat-
ter, Walterhouse, drew the sacri-
fice sign from Benedict but the
strategy f a i le d as Weidner's
throw after fielding the bunt
nipped the sliding Damiani at
third base. Benedict vehemently
argued with base umpire Bob
Moyer, but the decision stood
firm.
The disputed play seemed to
take the life out of the Wolverines
As the next two batters retired on
pop flys.
The double setback, combined
with Friday's doubleheader wash-
out with Illinois, gave Benedict's
squad a rather slow start in the
Big Ten race. The team will travel
to Bowling Green Tuesday for a
twinbill encounter and will be back
on the Big Ten scene next Friday
for a doubleheader in Iowa.

Daily Photo by STUART HOLLANDER
MICHIGAN LEFTY "ACE" Adams twirled a fine eight-hitter in the Wolverines' first game yester-
day against Purdue, but his teammates let him down with a four-hit attack and four errors to tag
him with a tough 1-0 loss. Things didn't improve for Michigan in the second game, as the Tiger-
like Maize and Blue bummed out with 2 hits in a 2-0 setback.

as Adams wins discus

Special To The Daily
The Michigan, track team made
strong overall showing yesterday
n the Dogwood Relays in Knox-
ville, Tennessee although the thin-
lads could garner but one individ-
ual triumph. The Wolverines' only
win came early in the proceedings
when Steve Adams won the discus.
Adams won with a toss of
176'-9" 10 feet further than his
performances at a comparable
point last year. Adams finished
fourth in the shot put with a
heave of 54'-9".
The Wolverine distance medley
elay broke the school record for
he third year ina row in the Dog-
woods. Dave Williams ran the first
eg, a 880, with a time of 1:54.2.
im Rowe then turned in a time
)f 45.9 in the 440-leg gaining 12
ards on the other teams.
Freshman Andy Johnson ran the
60-leg, and broke the three min-
te barrier the first time in he's

ever run that distance. Bill Bolster
turned in an excellent perform-
ance in the final leg, the mile,
keeping up with the other con-
tenders, three of themtsub-four
minute runners.
The mile-relay was the high-
light of the meet, and Michigan
came in second behind national
indoor champion Seton Hall both
with identical times of 3:09.7.
The two teams were even coming
into the final leg, but Seton Hall
runner, Howard Brock had the
inside on Wolverine anchorman
Rowe.
Rowe stayed with Brock the
whole race, but could not gath-
er enough momentum to pass
him, and his outside position
forced him to run about ten
yards further than his opponent
which resulted in his losing a
close one.
The members of the team that
were not in Knoxville stayed in
Ann Arbor for an open meet.
Strong points for the Wolverines
were Jim Howe, a junior sprinter
with a first in the 220, and Jon
Cross and Keith Brown finishing
second and third respectively in
the three-mile. in times of 14:08
and 14:12.

:: Nn J: Jrnf twrn~. :: :
SFrom wire service Reports Midway through the final period, six for thirty minutes as Detroit failed to take
CHICAGO -- The basketball season is straight Detroit points, capped by a pair advantage of the absence froin the Chicago
finally over for the State of Michigan. Yes- of free throws by Lantz cut the Chicago lineup of tough guard Jerry Sloan, who
terday afternoon, the Detroit Pistons were lead to 84-82. watched on crutches with a foot injury.
eliminated from the National Basketball Finally, with two minutes to go Lanier But Love and Walker both had strong
Association playoffs by the Chicago Bulls canned a pair of charity tosses, and the performances, getting 26 and 24 respective-
in a down-to-the-wire thriller, 96-94. game was tied at 92-all. ly, and outscoring the starting Detroit for-
IT MARKED THE first time in their his- ONLY SECONDS LATER, Walker's jump- wards 50-10, amid Ray played one of the
tory that the Bulls have ever gone beyond er put Chicago back on top, and Norm best games of his life, adding 15 points and
the first round of the playoffs, and the Van Lier quickly dropped in two free throws dominating the defensive boards as well as
seventh-game victory sent them into the to make it 96-92 with 1:30 left. defensing Lanier.
Western Conference finals against the Mil- Twice more Detroit missed, before Bing RAY GOT THE Bulls going again as the
waukee Bucks. finally cut it to two from the deep corner second quarter started, grabbing several
Early into the third quarter, the Bulls, on with 28 seconds remaining in the game. offensive boards and ramming in his fourth
the strength of great shooting by forwards The Bulls' Bobby Weiss missed a desper- slammed dunk of the game to give his team
Bob Love and Chet Walker and the sur- ation shot as the 24 second clock ran out, a 13-point margin, 33-20.
prising play of center Clifford Ray, blasted and the Pistons had one last opportunity Only some timely outside shooting from
out to a 64-45 lead. -to put the ball in play at half-court, with Lantz, who hit 10 points in the quarter,
BUT AS THEY had in several games three seconds left. But Bing's throw-in was along with some help from Jim Davis off
during the series, the Detroiters came tipped by IDennis Awtrey and went straight the bench, kept the Detroiters in the game,
storming back. Bob Lanier and Dave Bing, to Van Lier, who hugged the ball as time and they left the floor trailing 52-41.
who had been held in check in the first ran out. The Pistons went on to make it a tre-
half, came to life and joined Stu Lantz LANIER AND BING, who eventually mendously exciting game, but the finest sea-
in cu.tting the Chicago margin to 80-71 by backed Lantz with 23 and 15 points re- son in their 25 year history was destined to
the end of the quarter. spectively, did not get their game going come to a bitter end.
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I_SCORES
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 5 (10 inn.)
Cleveland 8, New York 5
Milwaukee 3, Baltimore 2
Texas 10, Oakland 3
Chicago 5, California 4
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 7-3, Montreal 4-13
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 4
Atlanta 10, Cincinnati 3

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