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By PAUL CAMPBELL from the record. Forget that To- have been over. We really
ledo starter Mike Tippenhauer, only wanted one-third of an
Afterdwhipping the University after giving up four runs and inning from him."
of Toledo 5-2 in the first game seven hits in the first two in-
of yesterday's doubleheader at nings g u le run and Things were pretty quiet the,
Ray Fisher Stadium, Michigan's two hs gn the rone of n rest of the way, as both teams
baseball team joined the Rockets d showed signs of tiring at the end
in producing a rare event-the Forget that Michigan of a long day so early in the
tie baseball game. to have the game won go- season. Both teams threatened
When the Wolverines came up ginto the bottom half of in the tenth, getting men as far
to bat in the bottom of the the seventh inning. Nursing a as third base but neither could
eleventh inning of the nightcap, 5-3 lead, Wolverine starter score.
the decision had already been Lary Sorenson suddenly be- By the way, Weber finished
made. If Michigan couldn't man- came wild and walked the the game for the Wolverines.
age to break the 5-5 tie that first two Rockets he faced. His four and one-third innings of
had stood since the seventh, the Michigan coach Moby Bene- work brought his total for the
game would be called. dict turned to lefty Craig Mc- day to an imposing eleven and
Catcher Ted Mahan led off n to let i one-third innings. He allowed
athern Ted grhnld off tGinnis to stifle the Toledo lineup three hits and struck out four
the inning by grounding out to that featured eight left-handed i i
.Rocket shortstop Doug Price. hitters. in his relief stint.
Right fielder Mike Parker, McGinnis started off on a bad He was even sharper in the
who had kept the Wolverines note, when he uncorked a wild first game, allowing only four
in the game when he made a pitch that allowed the runners hits while striking out five and
great running catch of a deep to advance to second and third. walking only one.
drive off the bat of Jeff He settled down to force Dave Michigan's offense dominat-
Squires in the ninth, banged Francis to hit a grounder to ed the early innings. But de-
a ball into the gap in right short that resulted in an out and
center for a double. a run.
Chris Martucci came in to Toledo designated hitter Tom
run for Parker, but cooled his Clem swung and missed on aa
heels as Toledo pitcher John 3-2 count for the second out. Ma eaco
Eisinger caught Dan Damiani Benedict then made another
looking at a called third strike. surprising move, yanking Mc-
Eisinger then issued an inten- Ginnis in favor of Mark Weber this summer:
tional walk to pinch hitter Jim to face righty pinch hitter Brian,
Capoferi but leadoff man Mark Linch. Weber had already pitch-
Grenkoski ended the threat with ed all seven innings of the
at nwast it. Elven innings, Li~nch hit Weber's third pitch toel y0U worl
a grounder to second. opener. Listentoyuwrl
no decision. Strike the game into right field for a single and
a tie game, but Jeff Brown flied or see
SIIH out to end the rally.
Asked why he put Weber
back in after the sophomore $500.00 will buy you
hurler had already pitched a
full game, B e n e d i c t said,"
E15 s "He's the best wehave. If a quality sound
11 U leswe could have gotten out of
that jam the game would system.
- - - - -

I spite six hits in the first two and cruised home on a wild
frames, the Wolverines could pitch.
only put one run on the board. Michigan put the game away
That came in the first when with a pair of two run innings
DavekChapman knocked in in the fifth and sixth. Parker
Grenkoski, who had reached was the big gun in the fifth,
first ona asingle and an error knocking in both runs with an-
by centerfielder Jeff Brown. other long double- Cleanun hit-


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The Rockets, however, wasted ter Bob Wasilewski knocked in
no time in tying the game. Big Grenkoski in the sixth, and then
Len Matuszak propelled a ball scored himself on a wild pitch
deep into left-center for a triple and an error.

Daily Photo by SCOTT ECCKER
DAVE CHAPMAN, Michigan's third baseman, takes a hefty cut at the plate in yesterdays
doubleheader with the Toledo Rockets at Fisher Stadim. Michigan, aided by two two run
innings defeated the Rockets 5-2 in the first g"'me. Toledo got revenge of sorts when the
second game was called a 5-5 tie after 11 inn ings.
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By The Associated Press
Henning's shorthanded score at
10 seconds of the second ignited
a three-goal New York outburst
and carried the Islanders to a
5-3 victory over the Vancouver
Canucks last night in the first
game of their best-of-three Na-
tional Hockey League prelimi-
nary round playoff series.
A victory at Vancouver in
Game Two tomorrow n i g h t
would send the Islanders intoI
the quarter-final round of the!
Stanley Cup playoffs.
Henning's 30-foot tally, whichI,
came with teammate Denis Pot-
vin in the penalty box for rough-
ing, broke a 2-2 tie against
rookie Canucks netminder Curt
Ridley. Bill MacMillan and Bob
Nystrom followed with scores:
Exhibition Baseball
Chicago (N) 7, cleveland 5
San Diego 7, Milwaukee 1
Los Angeles 6, Oakland 2s
Boston 5, Atlanta 4
California 3, San Francisco 1
Texas 9, Baltimore 3
Cincinnati 10, Detroit 1j
Pittsburgh 10, St. Louis 6
Philadelphia, Chicago (A) (rain)
Kansas City, Montreal (rain)}
Cleveland 101, Boston 92
New York 106, Buffalo 102
N.Y. Islanders 5, Vancouver 3
Toronto 4, Pittsburgh 1
St. Louis 5, Buffalo 2}
San Diego 3, Cleveland 2
Virginia 120, St. Louis 116

for New York, which recorded
ts:first victory against Van-
couver after three losses and
two ties during the regular sea-
Dennis Ververgaert had put
the Canucks in front after just
2:58 of play, sending a 40-foot
power play slap shot over the
shoulder of Islanders goaltender
Glenn Resch, who appearedl
shaky in the opening session.
New York defenseman Gerry
Hart evened the score with a
45-foot shot from the left point
at 6:01, but John Gould sent a
shorthanded 40-footer past Resch
at 8:18 to restore the Canucks'
It took Billy Harris just 10
seconds to tie it again. He stole
the puck from Vancouver de-
fenseman Harold Snepsts in
front of the net andsent a 10-
foot backhander past a sur-
prised Ridley to set the stage
for the second period explosion.
Vancouver Canucks c e n t e r
Bobby Lalonde suffered a
sprained right knee during the'
second period of last night's pre-
liminary round playoff and will
be out the remainder of the
series. He was assisted from the

Penguins popped closed out the scoring for the
Maple Leafs at 15:02 of the final
TORONTO -- Toronto goalie period.
Wayne Thomas stymied Pitts- In the league's two late games,
burgh's hot shooters last night the Los Angeles Kings are at
and led the Maple Leafs to a home to h o s t the Atlanta
4-1 victory in the opening game Flames. This marks the first
of their best-of-three National time in Atlanta's four year his-
Hockey L e a g u e preliminary tory that the Flames have com-
round playoff series. peted for the Stanley Cup.
Thomas, one of the keys to The final contest pits the Buf-
Toronto's resurgence this sea- falo Sabres at St. Louis. Orig-
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Knickls flip Braves
By The Associated Press The Knicks jumped out to a
HARTFORD, Conn.-Reserves, 23-10 lead in the first 6% min-
Campy Russell and Austin Carr utes, hitting 11 of their first 13
led a second quarter comeback shots from the field. They led
last night to start the Cleveland 37-22 after the first quarter with
Cavaliers toward a 101-92 Na- IHaywood scoring 12 points and
tional Basketball Association Monroe and John Gianelli 11
victory over the Boston Celtics. each.


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The victory was the Cava-
liers' fifth in their last seven
games and left them on top in
the Central Division by one-
half game over idle Washing-
ton. Cleveland's record is 47-
32. Washington is 47-33.
Russell led a balanced scoring
attack with 20 points, followed
by center Jim Chones with 16,
Jim Brewer with 13, Jim Clea-
mons with 12, Foots Walker with
11 and Carr with 10.
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National Basketball Association
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