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Tuesday, April 13, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Mwomen nip
Cinci, Kentucky
Special To The Daily
The Michigan women's tennis team defeated the Uni-
versity of Cincinnati 4-1 and the University of Kentucky 3-2
in a triangular meet held at the University of Cincinnati
yesterday afternoon. The women took five of six singles>
matches to pace their victory.
<" SINGLES
No. 1: B. Selden (M) def. K Cassidy (K) 6-2, 6-2; B Selden
def. L. Kiefer (C) 6-1, 6-2
No 2: J. Karzen (M) def. L. Fisher (K) 6-2, 6-3; J Karzen
x;def. B. Eschmneyer (C) 6-2, 6-3
No. 3: S. Sommerville (M) def. E Ruby (K) 6-1, 6-3; P. Kerie-
kes (C) def S. Sommerville 7-5, 4-6, 6-3
DOUBLES
No. 1: J. Gibson, B. Rentz (K) def M. Pollick, M. Fertig (M)
6-2, 6-3; M. Pollick, M. Fertig def. M. Meakin, K Stuart (C)
!'"6-4,5-7, 6-4
'No. 2: C. Kerney, K. Rose (K) def V. Tinsley, N. Doerer (M)
4-6,,7-6, 6-1; V. Tinsley, K. Rose def. M. Mazor, C Urkancic (C)
7-6, 6-3 . .Q
The women's next action is tomorrow afternoon againstl
i Central Michigan. The match will take place at 3:00 on
L the Varsity Tennis Courts, or, in case of bad weather, in
the Track and Tennis Building.
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FACE WESTERN TODAY

Blue
By PAUL CAMPBELL
Aided by nine bases-on-balls,
Michigan's baseball team stroll-
ed to a 4-1 victory in the second
game of yesterday's doublehead-
er at Ray Fisher Stadium.
The Titans nipped the Wol-
verines 2-1 in the opener.
Michigan scored all four of
its second game runs in the
second inning. It wasn't exact-
ly, your classic rally - five
walks, one infield hit, and a
sacrifice fly--but the U of D
pitchers didn't give anyone a
chance to hit the ball.
First baseman Bob Wasilew-
ski led off the inning. His bat
never left his shoulder as south-
paw Chris Wallis missed the
strike zone four straight times.
Catcher Mike Kalil chipped in
with a passed ball that sent

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Wasilewski to second. Wallis yanked the lefty in favor
forced Mike Parker to pop out righty Tom Niedowicz.
in the infield. Then the real fun
began. Niedowicz only succeeded
Left fielder Bill Haslerig hit completing the walk to Be
a high hopper over the mound and walking Dan Damiani
on a 1-0 count. Wallis had dif- four straight pitches to driv
ficulty getting back to the ball two more easy runs. The
and it bounced behind him. liever got his first out w
Okay, men on first and third. Dave Chapman flied deep
Designated hitter Greg Lane center,tbut Capoferi cruised
walked on four straight pitch- after the catch with the M
es to load the bases. Jim verines' fourth tally.
Capoferi, catching in place of Dick Walterhouse was vict
Ted Mahan, who injured his ized when Detroit shortstop
right hand on a foul tip in the captain Ken Hamann leaped
first game, got the third free grabbed his blistering line dr
pass of the inning to score for the third out.
Wasilewski.
When Wallis t h r e w t w o The discerning eye h
straight balls to ninth hitter Jim proved to be a more effecti
Berra, Detroit coach Bob Miller weapon than the timely b
decided he'd seen enough and Only Haslerig and Park

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smacked a towering fly down the
left field line in the third that
appeared headed fora home run.
But Bernie Czarniecki drew a
bead on the ball, drifted back,
and thrust his glove above the
fence to snatch the drive.
Detroit starter Jack Booth
was generously wild, walking'
six .men in six innings of work.
That sixth man was to Lane to
lead off the seventh inning. Mil-
ler opted to pull Booth in favor,
of Jerry Trybus. A fielder's
choice, another walk, and a
double play later Trybus had a
save.
Michigan travels to Kalama-
zoo today for two games, fac-
ing the Broncos of Western
Michigan University at 1 p.m.
The Wolverines then open
their Big Ten schedule with con-
secutive road twin tilts against
Minnesota and Iowa on Friday
and Saturday.

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managed to get balls out of
the infield for hits in the

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By ERNIE DUNBAR
Eight Wolverine runners
clocked their personal bests,
one school record was broken;
and another tied as Michigan's
track team competed in the
Dogwood Relays in IKnoxville,
Tennessee April 9-10.
The relay meet was the first

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NIGHT EDITOR:
KATHY HENNEGHAN

"I thought we could run a'
little faster," said Warhurst.
"We're going to rearrange the
order of the relay for the Ohio
State Relays this weekend, and
hopefully we can get some bet-
ter performances."
IN THE steeplechase, War-
hurst got an excellent perform-
ance from freshman Bruce Mc-
Fee. Running in only his sec-
ond steeplechase race, McFee
was timed in 9:09.1.

game, and neither of these
were factors in the scoring.
Larry Sorenson made sure the
lead stood up, hiking his record
to 4-0 with a solid performance.
Sorenson scattered six Toledo
hits while striking out seven and
walking only two. The Titans'
only run came in the fourth
when left fielder Mark Your-
Grace, Dave Furst, Williams, chock drove in Hamann with a
and McLeod had the makings single up the middle.
of a quick relay, but Williams Hamann was the hero and
dropped the baton and added Wolverine hurler Mark Weber
approximately six seconds to the victim of his heroics in the
the time. Once the team gets first game.
the exchanges down though, After Weber had walked Your-
Warhurst is predicting times chock on a 3-1 count in the sixth
around 3:07.0 to 3:08.0. inning, Hamann blasted the first
John Grabowski and Bob Mai- pitch over the fence in left cen-
stros both had personal records ter. The line drive shot was over
in the 10,000 meters. Grabowski, the barrier before Haslerig could
a junior transfer from Orchard even get back to the fence.

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outdoor competition for the
team, and overall, assistant finishes in both the shuttle hur-
coach Ron Warhurst was pleas- dle and two mile relays.
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The latter event saw Steve "MeFee just ran super," said
Considering it's the first Elliot record a personal best Warhurst. "It was a great race
time outdoors, I think we ran for the half mile in a relay for him."
pretty well, said Warhurst. (1:50.4). Dave Williams, runn- Michigan got a disappointing
It'll take a couple meets before ing in only his second half mile 9:05.8 from Meyer in the
everyone is running their best, outdoors, ran a fine 1:50.7. steeplechase. Justithe week be-
though." stelcaeJuttewkb-
t fore he had recorded a 8:53 in
THE WOLVERINES' four mile the event, but seemed to lack
MICHIGANfS BEST per orm relay team of Mike McGuire, the necessary concentration at
ances came from hurdler Greg Meyer, Bill Donakowski, the D
Charles Crouther and decathlon and Elliot, broke the school re- Dogwoods.
man Lynn Dobosy. cord of 16:59.4, which had stood. THE MILE relay team of
-since 1968. -

ILake, will take part in next I
Monday's Boston Marathon, the
premier marathon in the na-
tion which annually attracts
some of the best distance run-
ners in the world.
In the field events, Jim
Stokes tied the school record in
the pole vault with a jump of
16'0". Stokes offered only a
preview of things to come how-
ever, and should be able to
eclipse this record during the
season.

Michigan also scored its
only runs in the sixth. Wal-
terhouse singled, stole second,
and took third on the catcher's
overthrow. After Wasilewski
flew out to short left, Hasle-
rig, who got three of the six
Wolverine safeties for the two
games, punched a single to
left to cut the margin in half.
Michigan had various other
opportunities to dent the scoring
column but came up short. Lane
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Crouther showe signs o
coming Michigan's dominating
force in the outdoor hurdles as
he breezed to times of 14.1 in
the 110 meter high hurdle and
53.8 in the 400 meter interme-
diates.

Dobosy was a pleasant
prise for Warhurst,ras
sophomore from Berra,

sur-
the
Ohio

The team's time of 16:44.8'
was not as fast as the group
is capable of running.tMcGuire
led off with a poor showing
with a split of 4:13.2, and Meyer
followed with another bad split
of 4:12.3. Although well out of
the race by the time he got the
baton, Elliott ran an impres-
qiue 4:08.4 anchor leg.s
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Baseball
American League
New York 3, Baltimore 0
Texas 5, Okland
National Leagiue
Houston 5, San Francisco 0

The Flyers, who had a bye in
the first round after winning
t h e i r division championship,
meet the Leafs, a preliminary
round winner over Pittsburgh,
in the second game of the quar-
ter-finals here tonight.
The Leafs' loss was another,
in a long list of frustrations
against the Flyers, whom they
haven't beaten since March 14,
1972, and haven't defeated in
Philadelphia since Dec. 19, 1971.

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