THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, April10, 1977~
Michigan burned by umps,
split with Bowling Green
MEN STING HORNETS, 12-0
Special To The Daily
Everything started out just fine yesterday
in Bowling Green for the Michigan baseball
team ... then things got a bit frustrating.
The Wolverines took the first half of their
doubleheader with the Falcons 5-4 on the
strength of Craig McGinnis' 6-hit pitching,
only to lose the second game 5-1 despite
outhitting Bowling Green 11-10.
MICHIGAN'S FIRST game fireworks began
in the third inning when Dan Cooperider beat
out a ground ball to second. Losing pitcher
Jeff Jones then.walked Dave Chapman, set-
ting the table for Wolverine captain Mark
Grenkowski who blasted a Jones fastball over
the leftfield fence, giving Michigan a 3-2 lead.
After falling behind 4-3, Michigan tied the
game in the fourth when a two-out single by
Chapman scored Cooperider, who had moved
into scoring position on an error by the
The game remained deadlocked until the
seventh, when singles by Grenkowski, Scott
Anderson, and Bob Wasilewski loaded the
bases with one out. Reliever Jim Joyce then
walked the first man he faced; fellow Toledo-
an and close friend Mike Parker, on four
straight pitches, forcing in the winning run.
A STILL STRONG McGinnis mowed down
the Falcons in the bottom of the seventh to
preserve the lead.
McGinnis gave up all four runs in the first
three innings and then pitched one-hit ball
the rest of the way, in squaring his season's
record at 1-1. He struck out five and walked
only one batter.
In the nightcap, Wolverine starter Steve
Perry and Falcon Perry Milton traded goose
eggs until the fifth, when Michigan tallied
its lone run on singles by Grenkowski, Ander-
son, and a double by Wasilewski.
THE MICHIGAN bubble burst in the bot-
tom of the fifth when Perry gave up a walk
and a double to knot the score. It looked as if
Perry would get out of the inning when, with
two out, two consecutive Falcon batters
reached base on infield hits, aided by contro-
versial calls by the umpires.
Michigan coach Moby Benedict was ejected
following the second call for his lrotestations.
The next batter tripled, knocking in two
runs and that was it for the hard luck Wol-
Michigan was hampered in the swond game
by three Bowling Green double plays and 11
men left on base, along with the two ques-
tionable infield calls.
THE LOSS was Perry's second against one
win this season. Kevin Clinton finished out
the game for the Wolverines.
Leading hitter Rick Leach missed both
games which no doubt hurt the Wolverines.
The team will play Western Michigan Tues-
day in a 'doubleheader at Fisher Stadium,
followed by a single home game Wednesday
against Wayne State.
Big Ten competition will begin Saturday
when leading contenders Minnesota and Iowa
come into town for a pair of doubleheaders.
By ERIC OLSON
Michigan's men'sttennis team has yet
to feel the warmth of the sun this
season because of the long winter and
typically late Michigan spring. The
foul weather has forced the netters to
play all three of their matches indoors.
But they aren't complaining because
they have won three straight indoors.
"We havewsuch a nice facility indoors
that we might as well play inside un
less the conditions outside are near
perfect and besides most of the players
like it (playing) inside because there
are less distractions," explained Michi-
gan coach Brian Eisner.
"Playing inside is more enjoyable
for the spectators and also reduces the
chances of injuries to players," con-
Yesterday's "inside" victim was
last year's NCAA Division III
Champion Kalamazoo College.
Michigan blitzed the Fighting Hor-
nets by shutting them out 12-0.
"Kalamazoo College is noted as hav-
ing a long tradition of good tennis
More sports on
teams and is regarded as one of the
top five small colleges in the nation
this year," commented Eisner during
the introduction of the players before
But the Hornets didn't have it yester-
day as they failed to win a single match
and the best they could do was to take
Wolverine netters into the third set on
three different occasions before losing.
Play started off with a new twist,
with doubles matches first, fol-
lowed by singles. Playing the dou-
bles first is a new Big Ten trend
because it allows the players to
get used to- the surface before
Highlighting the doubles play was
the number one match between Michi-
gan's duo of Jeff Etterbeek and Judd
Shaufler and Kalamazoo's Jim HosneX
and Harlan Smith. Etterbeek and
Shaufler took command from the start
with excellent serving and volleying
which carried them to a 6-2, 6-2 win.
Shaufler continuously pounded over-
heads out of the reach of the Hornet
"Sometimes I've got it and some-
times I don't," said Shaufler, the giant
6-7 freshman from Wisconsin, after the
match, commenting on his powerful
overhead. "In doubles I like to be ag-
gressive and take the net and I would
also prefer a faster court surface than
this for doubles," added Shaufler. -
"Shaufler is the hardest working
player I've had in 15 years and he
is always trying to improve his
game," said Eisner about the man
who brings back memories of for-
mer Michigan great Victor Amaya.
Other double matches saw Michigan's
number four team of Rich Garcia and
Scott Seeman outlast John Hosner and
Barry Bedfor of Kalamazoo 6-4, 2-6,
6-2. In another three set match Dan
Arononic and Gary Grant teamed up
at number five doubles to hold off a
late charge by Hornets' David Kes-
sench and Ed Rychawalski 4-6, 6-2, 6-4.
Arononic also had the most excit-
ing singles match of the day by de-
feating David Kamisar. After win-
ning the first set 7-5 Arononic
dropped the second set 6-3 to set
up the showdown third set.
With the score knotted six games
apiece, a nine point, tie breaker was
played in which Arononic prevailed
6-3 to win the third set 7-6.
The netters' next match is away
April 12 versus cross-state rival Michi-
gan State and their next home match is
against Big Ten power Wisconsin.
1. Etterbeek (M) def. Bussert (K) 6-1, 6-0;
?. Shaufler (M) def. Jim Hosner (K) 6-4,
3. Holland (M) def. Smith (K)-6-1, 7-5;
4. Freedman (M) def. Capes (K) 6-0, 6-1;
5. Meinken (M) def. Chiliciel (K) 6-1, 6-0;
6. Seeman (M) def. John Hosner (K) 6-2,
7. Arononic (M) def. Kamisar (K) 7-5, 3-6,
1. Etterbeek, Shaufler (M) def. Jim Hos-
ner, Smith (K) 6-2, 6-2;
2. Neinken, Holland (M) def. Bussert,
Chilicicl (K) 6-4, 6-1;
3. Freedman, Owens (M) def. Capes, Rodg-
gas (K) 6-3. 6-2;
4. Garcia, Seeman (M) def. John Hosner,
Bedfor (K) 6-4, 2-6, 6-2;
5. Arononic, Grant (M) def. Kessenich,
Rychwalski (K) 4-6, 6-2, 6-4.
.1!pou't 0qf the tzai/q
YANKS LOSE, 3-2
K. C. tramples
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Al Cowens drove
in four runs and George Brett
hit a three-run homer yesterday
to lead the Kansas City Royals
to a 16-2 American League drub-
bing of the Detroit Tigers.
Eight of the nine starting Ro-
yals batters knocked in at least
Kansas City scored nine runs
in the third inning off Ray Bare
and Jim Crawford, three on
Brett's homer and two on a
triple by Frank White.
Cowens singled in a run' in
the second, knocked in another
in the third with a grounder
that second baseman Tito Fuen-
tes bobbled for an error, and
two with a double in the four-
AmosrOtis hit a solo homer in
In two games, Otis is 5-for-6
with six runs scored, four.RBI
and three walks. He scored four
of the Royals runs yesterday.
...Andy .Hassler .pitched .six.
shutout innings for the victory..
Dennis Leonard took over in.
.the seventh and gave up De-.
torit's two-runs in that inning..
The first scored on a double.
.by Ron LeFlore, who then.
raced home on a throwing.
.error .by .second .baseman.
Pete LaCock and Fred Patek
knocked in two runs each for
Kansas City, while Hal McRae
and Darrell Porter drove in a
TORONTO - Alan Bannister:
singled for one run in the fifth
inning, then scored Chicago's
winner on Richie Zisk',s single
as the White Sox nipped the
Toronto Blue Jays 3-2 yesterday.
Designated hitter Oscar Gam-
ble gave the White Sox a 1-0 in three innings, but only allowed
lead with a homer to deep right one run.
field in the fourth inning, then "I thought I'd be in for a long
Chicago made it 3-0 in the fifth day," Augustine said. "But then
off starter and loser Dave Le- I just started to throw better.
manczyk. I still wasn't right where I can
Ralph Garr got a one-out be with my breaking ball, but
double and scored on Bannis- when you beat the Yankees you
ter's single. Bannister then can't be sad."
stole second and came home Bill Castro pitched the ninth
on -Zisk's sharp single to left. when Manager Alex Grammas
The Blue Jays got one back felt Augustine was tiring-"I
in the bottom of the fifth off might have been a little tired,"
winner Chris Gnapp when Dave the pitcher added-and sur-
McKay doubled and Alan Ashby rendered a run-on Jim Wynn's
lined a single to right. They got single and a two-out triple to
their other run in the eighth on the speedy Mickey Rivers;
a single by pinch hitter Bob With the crowd of 16,726
Bailor, Doug Ault's double and screaming for an inside-the-park
a sacrifice fly by designated home run, coach Dick Howser
hitter Otto Velez. flagged Rivers down at third
* * base when Joshua hit cut-off.
man Robin Yount perfectly and
Milwaukee moves the shortstop made a strong
NEW YORK-Reggie Jackson throw home.
makes more money than Jim * *
Wohlford, Von Joshua and Sixto Reds routed
Lezcano combined, but the three
Milwaukee outfielders outshone CINCINNATI - M i k e Ivie's'
him yesterday. Itwo-run triple in the ninth in-
Jackson, New York's high- ning broke a 3-3 tie, lifting the
priced right fielder, committed San Diego Padres to a 6-3 vic-
a two-base error that paved the tory over the Cincinnati Reds
way for three unearned runs in yesterday before a national tele-
the fifth inning and the Brewers vision audience.
held on to edge the Yankees 3-2. Dave Winfield opened the
Meanwhile, Wohlford made ninth with his third hit of the
a glittering catch in left field game, but was forced at sec-
that prevented trouble in the ond on a sacrifice attempt by
eighth inning, center fielder George Hendrick. After Gene
Joshua made a perfect relay Tenace singled, moving Hen-
from the deepest part of the drick to third, Ivie tripled off
park to. keep the potential ty- Reds' relief ace Rawly East-
ing run at third with two out wick, who absorbed the loss.
in the ninth and Lezcano Bill Almon singled to drive in
raced to the warning track Ivie with an insurance run.
in right to haul down two long Rollie Fingers, former Oak-
drives in the seventh. land A's bullpen ace, registered
Milwaukee starter Jerry Au- his first National League vic-
gustine settled down after a tory with two shutout innings of
shaky start in which he allowed relief.
a hit in each of the first two Starter Dave Freisleben was
innings and walked five batters tagged for a three-run homer
by Ken Griffey in the third, but
sttled down to scatter three hits
in his seven-inning stint.
Cesar Geronimo opened the
third with a double, Rose
walked, and Griffey drilled a
400-foot shot over the center
The Padres came back with
to runs in the fifth off Reds'
starter Fred Norman. He issued
a walk to Richards, allowed a
single to Winfield, and a run-
scoring single to Hendrick. Te-
nace then singled to score the
The Padres tied it in the sixth
when Richards tripled with two
out and scored on Mike Cham-
Griffey and Geronimo had
all the hits for the Reds, who
were outhit 14-4. Each had
The Reds had not lost since
the second-to-last game of the
1976 regular season, including
their playoff series against Phil-
adelphia and the World Series
against the New York Yankees.
CHICAGO - Pinch hitter Joe
Torre's tie - breaking two - run
double in the ninth inning pow-
ered the New York Mets to an
8-6 victory yesterday over the
Felix Milian opened the
ninth with a single, his fourth
hit of the game. After Bruce
Boisclair bunted into a force
out, Dave Kingman singled
and Torre delivered his double
to center. Nino Espinosa got
the victory in relief.
Get off my back
OAKLAND A's Dick Allen crashes into Minnesota Twins
second baseman Bob Randall trying to break up a double
play. The A's won, 7-4.
By The Associated Press
Toronto advances in playoffs
PITTSBURGH.-Lanny McDonald scored three goals and as-
sisted on two more to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 5-2
victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins in the final game of their
National Hockey League playoff series.
The Maple Leafs, who won the best-of-three set with a pair
of victories here to offset a loss on their home ice, advanced to
the quarter-finals where they will meet Philadelplia or Boston.
McDonald assisted on first-period power play goals by
Borje Salming and Ian Turnbull that gave Toronto a 2-0 lead
before Jean Pronovost scored for Pittsburgh with 20 seconds
left on another power play in the penalty-ridden opening
A total of 38 penalty minutes were assessed in that hotly
contested period, and Pittsburgh drew 25 of them, as well as a
game misconduct against Syl Apps for fighting.
McDonald then scored two goals in the second period. The
first came 8:46 into the period on a drop pass from Daryl
Sittler, and McDonald gave Toronto a 4-1 lead with 3:43 left in
the second period after taking a pass in the slot from Turnbull.
With 3:54 left in the second period, Penguin rookie Blair
Chapman drove in a 15-foot slapshot from the slot to trim the
margin to 4-2.
In the final period, the Penguins lifted their goalie with
58 seconds left and with 16 seconds remaining McDonald
eased his third goal of the night into an empty net.
The Penguins were ousted from the playoffs for the second
straight season by Toronto, which beat them in the same first
round series a year ago.
Old-timer Oerter wins again
BROOKVILLE, N.Y.-Al Oerter, winner of the discus throw in
four consecutive Olympics, continued his comeback for the 1980
Games by winning his specialty Saturday in the fifth annual Post
The 40-year old Oerter, who captured the gold medal
from 1956 through 1968 for an unprecedented feat, came
through with a toss of 199 feet, 8 inches.
A computer analyst with Grumman Aircraft Corp., the Kansas
University graduate beat out Art Swarts of the Philadelphia Pio-
neers by 11 inches.
Glance robbed of record?
AUBURN, Ala.-Faulty electronic timing device cost Auburn
University sprint star Harvey Glance a possible world's record
in the 100-meter dash at a track meet involving Auburn, Georgia,
Troy State and Faulkner State Junior College yesterday.
Glance was hand-timed at 9.75, well under the world
record held by Jim Hines at 9:955. But the electronically run
Accutrack, connected to the starter's gun, did not function.
The three officials' watches had Glance at 9.69, 9.75 and
9.80, all under the recognized world record.
A hand-started electronic system caught Glance in 9.78. A
similar malfunction at the Texas Relays last week kept Univer-
sity of Texas freshman Jimmy Jones from a world record in
the same event. Distances up to 400 meters must now be elec-
tronically timed by the Accutrack system to classify for world
Gridders progressing well
Bo Schembechler says his grid team is doing about as well
as could be expected at this stage of spring drills.
"We have a lotta nuisance injuries right now, and that
naturally takes away the effectiveness we could be developing,
he said Saturday. "But that's also very typical at this point
in spring practice.
"We practiced today for two hours without four players
we consider to be regulars on offense, so you have to figure
that hurts us quite a bit."
The squad's annual Blue and White spring game has been
scheduled for next Saturday at 2 p.m. For the first time, there
will be a $1 admission fee. The proceeds will go for a women's
athletic scholarship fund.
Swimming records toppled
CANTON, Ohio-Two American teenagers, Olympic gold
medalist Jill Sterkel and Bonnie Glasgow, and Canadian Olym-
pian Nancy Garapick set records Saturday in qualifying for the
national Amateur Athletic Union indoor swimming meet.
Sterkel, 15, a high school sophomore from El Monte, Calif.,
who swam on the Unit'ed States' gold medal winning 400-meter
freestyle relay lowered the 100-yard freestyle mark.
Sterkel's time of 49.72 seconds wiped out her own Ameri-
can standard of 49.85 set a year ago.
Glasgow, 17, from Baltimore, set American and American
open records in the 200 individual medley in the Branin Natator-
ium. She clocked 2:04.61, erasing the mark of 2:04.7 set by Jenni
Pistons dump Cans, 103-96;
76ers paste Bullets, 125-93
By The Associated Press
RICHFIELD, Ohio-Bob Lan-I
ier tossed in 15 of his game-highi
30 points in the fourth period as
the Detroit Pistons held off a
late charge by the Cleveland
Cavaliers for a 103-96 victory
The 6-foot-11 Lanier, playing
in only his second game since
returning from a broken wrist,
put the game out of reach with.
his last basket, with 1:52 re-
maining. That gave Detroit a
99-94 edge, and Kevin Porter
added a basket and a pair of;
free throws to keep Cleveland
at arms- length.
The -seesaw first half saw'
the Pistons take a 55-52 lead
into the half as the Cavaliers
shot 27 per cent from the field
in the first period and 64 per
cent in the second period.
Detroit almost turned it into
a rout as the second half start-
ed, grabbing a 66-52 edge by
scoring the first 11 points of the
Cleveland, however, roaredE
back to make it 68-64 with a 12-]
2 spurt featured by Bingo1
Smith's five points.
The Cavaliers held their last1
lead of the game at 90-88 with
5:30 remaining on a jumper by Erving's previous game high
Gary Brokaw. Lanier then took was 38 points. Coach Gene
over, scoring nine of his team's Shue took him out o fthe game
next 11 points. with Philadelphia ahead 104-
M. L. Carr added 13 points 73 with 8:13 left. Erving did
for the Pistons, while Porter not return.
came up with 14, including Washington led only once,
eight in the fourth period. When Kevin Crevey scored the
Smith led Cleveland with 19 first basket of the game. The
points. 76ers, with Erving, Collins, Mc-
The victory clinched fifth Ginnis and Caldwell Jones
place in the Western Conference scoring, quickly left the Bullets
for the Pistons, while Cleveland behind and finished the first pe-
finished its home season with rinod ahead 32-17.
29 victories, equaling their The 76ers continued their
team record for the fourth surge in the second period and
straight year. opened up a 24-point spread, 41-
* * *' 17, after 2:26 in the second
stanza.tThey finished thehelf
Philly flies with a 60-47 lead.
PHILADELPHIA-Julius Erv- Washington narrowed the gap
ing scored 40 points yesterday to nine, 62-53, 2:27 into the third
to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to period, on scoring by Elvin
a 125-93 victory over the Wash- Hayes, Grevey and Tom, Hen-
derson. That was the closest
Erving's point total was the the Bullets ever came.
highest in his first 'NBA season. * * *
Time and again he combinedI
with Doug Collins and George
McGinnis on ,passing plays that
led to scores, as the 76ers won
their 50th game of the season
and clinched the home advan-
tage in Eastern Conference NBA
Wicks scored 13 points
fourth period to lead the
Celtics to a 120-105 victory over
the San Tntonio Spurs last night.
Wicks finished with 20 points
as the Celtics kept alive their
chance for a home court advan-
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