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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, April 9, 1978-Page 11

ANDERSON'S HIT KEYS NIGHTCAP WIN:'
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By GARY KICINSKI
A clutch base hit by senior Scott
Anderson and some fireballing relief
pitching by junior Tom Owens gave the
Michigan Wolverines a 4-1 victory
yesterday, salvaging a split in the long-
awaited season-opening doubleheader
with Bowling Green.
The effects of the long layoff (26 days
without a game) were painfully ob-
vious, as Michigan managed only seven
hits in the two games, including just
three off Falcon Terry Milton in the fir-
st game, which Bowling Green won 5-1.
"I've got one quote for you," said
Michigan coach Moby Benedict with a
laugh, "It's great to be playing."
Sophomore lefthander Steve Howe
pitchedthe first game for Michigan and
allowed 10 hits and four earned runs,
despite striking out eight Falcons.
Bowling Green scored first in the
second inning before there were any,
outs. A single by rightfielder Jim Dyer
(his first of three in the game) and a
walk to Kevin Glasspoole put men at
first and second. Catcher Jeff Lee then
doubled to left center for one run, and
first baseman Ron Ritticher singled in
two more on a bouncer up the middle
just out of the diving reach of Michigan
shortstop Jim Berra.
The Falcons also added single runs in
the third and fourth innings to post a 5-0
lead. Meanwhile, Michigan had

managed just one hit off of Bowling
Green's Milton in the first five innings.
The Wolverines finally broke through in
the sixth when with two outs George

day," said Benedict.
The second game didn't start out to
be much more promising than the first,
as the Falcons jumped on lefty Craig
McGinnis for a run in the first before
he'd gotten anybody out.
Shortstop Chuck Black drew a walk to
open the game and scored when Jim
Selgo blasted a one-hop shot off the wall
in left center for a double. But McGin-
nis settled down quickly and retired the
next three batters.
Michigan got on the board in the
second when Anderson, the senior from
Ann Arbor Pioneer High School, lined a
single to left scoring Berra, who had
also singled and advanced on a walk
and a force play.
The 1-1 tie was short-lived though, as
Foussianes blasted a wrong-field
homer through the chilly air over the
scoreboard in right field..
The one-run lead seemed precarious
as the Falcons threatened in every in-
ning. In the sixth, Benedict replaced
McGinnis with righthanded Tom
Owens, as McGinnis had developed a
h ister on the middle finger of his pit-
ching hand.
Owens apparently decided the best
way to warm up the crowd was to bring
on all the heat he could muster. After
walking Groth to lead off the sixth,
Owens blew third strikes by Shane andr
Jim Dyer and got designated hitter
John Mitchell to line out to center.

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the benefit of a hit in the bottom half of
the inning before anyone was out.
Catcher Jim Capoferi walked to start
the inning, and Falcon pitcher Chris
Dill ifired Jim Berra's sacrifice bunt in-
to centerfield, trying to force Capoferi.
A walk to Dan Cooperrider loaded the
bases, but when centerfielder John
Mceldowney bounced into a double-
play, erasing Berra on a force at home
and getting McEldowney at first, the
threat looked less promising.
But Anderson lined a clutch single to
left field to score one run, and when the
ball eluded the charging Mark Shane,
Cooperrider came around to score and
Anderson went all the way to third:
That pushed Michigan's margin to 4-
1, and Owens protected it in fine
fashion, retiring the side in order and
finishing with a flourish by striking out
Black.

MICHIGAN SHORTSTOP and team captain Jim Berra swings through a pitch
yesterday's doubleheader split against Bowling Green. Berra was one for six
yesterday's action. Michigan's next home contests are this Wednesday when d
Wolverines host the Detroit Titans in a twinbill.

Scot tAnderson
Foussianes doubled and scored on a
single by Jim Capoferi.
Milton struck out five and walked
three in tossing his three-hitter.
Benedict cited the postponements as
one reason for Howe's ineffectiveness.
"We held him out of practice each day,
thinking that he would start the next

Canadiens rip Whings
as Lafleur nets two

WATSON TRAILS BY THREE
Green cops Masters lead

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP)-Hubert Green
solved the hump-backed, temper-
testing Augusta National greens with
his crouched and curious putting stance
in carving out a spectacular, seven-
under-par 65, which gave him a three-
stroke lead in the third round of the
42nd Masters Golf Tournament yester-
day.
GREEN, THE current U.S. Open
champion and two-timer winner this
season, fired the best round of the tour-
nament in registering a 54-hole total of
206.
That was 10-under-par for the gently
rolling :hills of Augusta National and
three strokes better than Tom Watson,
the gritty defending champion who had
to rally for a hard-earned 68 that in-
cluded seven birdies and three bogeys.
Jack Nicklaus, a five-time Masters
champion, also failed to find the proper
touch on the putting surfaces and ar
pearedl all-but-blocked from a si
cessful run at another major tit).
"I'VE HAD SOME very frustrating

days putting-and this was one of
them," Niclaus said. "I just couldn't
get the ball in the hole."
He finished with a 69 that left him at
212, eight strokes off the pace.
Low-key veteran Rod Funseth, who
started the day in a tie with Lee Trevino
for the lead, shot a 70 that left him in a
tie with Watson.
Gene Littler, the 47-year-old veteran,
shot a solid 70 that left him at 210 and
For more sports, see page 9
alone in fourth place, four strokes back
going into the final 18 holes.
TREVINO WAS ambushed by a
triple-bogey seven that sent him reeling
back into the pack.'
I Trevino finished with a rallying
round of par 72 and a four-way tie at
211-five strokes back.
TOM WEISKOPF, Player and
dynamic young Severiano Ballesteros
were in a group at 213. Weiskopf shot a

78, Player a 69 and Ballesteros a 68 that
included a 31 on the back nine.
Arnold Palmer, a four-time Masters
champion, was only three shots back
when play started, but disappointed his
hopeful, faithful followers with a 74 that
left him out of contention at 2i6.
Starting two shots back, Green
quickly moved into a tie with birdies on
three of his first four holes and gained
the lead alone when Trevino was having
his problems.
SCORES
BASEBALL
American League
Toronto 5, Detroit 2
Milwaukee 16. Baltimore 3
Texas 2. New York i
Chicago 6, Boston 5
Cleveland 8.Kansas City 5
National League
Cincinnati 2, Houston 1
Los Angeles 6. Atlanta 2
Pittsburgh 4. Chicago 3 (10)
New York 6, Montreal 5
San Francisco 6, San Diego 0
Philadelphia 7, St. Louis o
NIIL
Montreal 5 Detroit I
N.Y. Islanders 7. N.Y. Rangers 2
NBA
Milwaukee 123, Boston IlIl
New York 118, Buffalo 147
Philadelphia 1a6. Washington 114

By Daily Wire Services
MONTREAL - Guy Lafleur scored
twice to raise his season's total to 60
while Steve Shutt added his 49th last
night as the Montreal Canadiens exten-
ded their unbeaten streak to 15 games
with a 5-1 National Hockey League vic-
tory over the Detroit Red Wings.,
Lafleur's goals tied the team record
Shutt set last season and brought him
within one of tying the league record for
goals by a right wing which was set by
Reggie Leach of the Philadelphia
Flyers in 1975-76.
Lafleur scored at 17.57 of the first
period and again at 14.25 of the middle
session as Montreal took a 4-1 lead.
Dennis Hextall gave Detroit as1-0lead
with a first-period backhand shot. At
13.23, Shutt tied the score 1-1 on a power
play with his 49th goal before Lafleur
scored what proved to be the winner.
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Pierre Bouchard scored 39 seconds
into the second period and Pierre Mon-
dou.got the final Montreal goal at 2:06
of the third frame.
Depending on what the Los Angeles
Kings did in their late night game
against Vancouver, the Wings may be
forced to gain either a win or tie against.
the Habitants tonight at the Olympia in
the season closer for both teams.
Montreal continued their mastery
over Detroit in the season series with a
perfect 3-0 slate at the Montreal Forum
coupled with a 1-0-1 record at Detroit.

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SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y

Kenyan sets record

By the Associated Press
BERKELEY, Cal.-Kenyan distance
runner Henry hono, a sophomore at
Washington State University, set a
world record of 13 minutes, 8.4 seconds
in winning the 5,000-meter race yester-
day in a triangular meet at the Univer-
sity of California's Edwards Stadium.
Rono covered the final 400 meters in
59.6 seconds, unofficially, in breaking
the world mark of 13:12.9 established
last July at Stockholm by New
Zealand's Dick Quax.
Two of Rono's teammates, also from
Kenya, finished behind him in Satur-
day's race, but Rono was far ahead of
the field by the halfway point. The
public address announcer kept him
aware of his progress as he challenged
the record on the sunny and warm day.
Rono was named to his country's
Olympic team in 1976, but did not com-
pete at Montreal because of the African
nations' boycott of the Games. At
Washington State, he has won two con-
secutive NCAA cross country titles.
Dodgers cruise
LOS ANGELES - Reggie Smith
smashed three hits, including a two-run
homer, while Tommy John scattered
seven hits in leading the Los Angeles
Dodgers to a 6-2 triumph over the
Atlanta Braves yesterday.
In other National League games,
Fred Norman and Dough Bair com-
bined on a four-hitter to give the Cin-
cinnati Reds a 2-1 victory over the
Houston Astros.
Bruce Sutter gave up a bases-loaded

walk to Jim Fregosi, enabling the Pit-
tsburgh Pirates to nab a 4-3 victory
from the Chicago Cubs.
Ed Kranepool's pinch homer in the
bottom of the ninth inning, boosted the
New York Mets to a 6-5 victory over the
Montreal Expos, while Jim Barr fired a
seven-hitter to lead the San Francisco
Giants to a 6-0 victory over the San
Diego Padres.
In the American League, Chet
Lemon's game-tying double highlighted
a four'run eighth-inning rally that
boosted the Chicago White Sox to a 6-5
victory over the Boston Red Sox.
In other action, Andre Thorton's two-
run homer paced the Cleveland Indians
to an 8-5 victory over the Kansas City
Royals.
Richie Zisk drilled a leadoff homer
off reliever Rich Gossage to lead the
Texas Rangers to a 2-1 victory over the
New York Yankees.

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