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Wednesday, May 9, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY---MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Fifteen1

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'M' sports review

While.most students were us-
ing the break between semes-
ters to collapse after finals or to
catch up on the Watergate fol-
lies, Michigan athletic squads
were trudging merrily along.
Although most teams started
out slowly, the tennis, baseball
and track squads rebounded with
strong late-break surges.
Baseball
THE MAIZE AND BLUE nine
began break-play on the wrong
note, falling to the Iowa Hawk-
eyes, 2-1 and 2-0. Both April 28
contests were marked by anemic
plate performances of the base-
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ble dip, 9-4, and 7-2, as the good
Blue frontline pitching surpris-
ingly faltered.
The batsmen obtained a split
from Eastern Michigan, taking
the first contest by a 6-2 count
and dropping the second go-
round 4-3.
But the batsmen (and the
pitchers, too, for that matter)
were at tip-top form last Sat-
urday as the Wolverines accom-
plished a minor miracle in East
Lansing. Knocking the Spartans
from atop their perch in Big
Ten, the Wolverines blanked the
Spartans twice, 7-0 and 2-0.
"Ace" Adams, who picked up
his third win in four decisions,
and sophomore Chuck Rogers
limited the Lansingers to a mere
seven hits in fourteen innings of
combined work, marking the
first time ever that the Spartans
had been held runless in an East
Lansing twin-bill.
The victory put the Wolverines
in second place in the loop, even
up in the all important lost
column.
Tennis
THERE WAS bad news and
bad news for the Michigan tennis
team during its West Coast
jaunt. Freddie De Jesus, the
number one or two (take your
pick) singles star, suffered a
severe stomach pull and had to
retire. De Jesus may be out for
the entire Big Ten season al-
though the duration of his conva-
lescence has yet to be deter-
mined.
Now for the bad news:
Michigan dropped its two West
Coast games to tennis giants
UCLA and USC by identical
scores, 7-2. Against the Uclans,
the first doubles' team of Victor
Amaya and Kevin Sennich and
-- MCK- IAGER

sixth singles' Dick Ravreby were
the only Wolverines who could
break into the win column.
The netters returned to their
winning ways when they hit the
Mid-West. They smothered the
Golden Gophers of Minnesota by
their usual Big Ten dual meet
score, 9-0. Against the Iowa
Hawkeyes, the Wolverines were
almost as successful, coasting to
a 7-2 win.
Track
THE THINCLADS burst forth
in the Penn Relays, garnering
championships in the mile re-
lay and the sprint medley. The
twin victories marked the first
time that Wolverines had cap-
tured two championships at the
prestigious Penn Relay.
Eric Chapman, Godfrey Mur-
ray, Kim Rowe, and Greg Sy-
phax represented Michigan in
sprint medley and Al Cornwall
replaced Murray in the mile
event.
The Maize and Blue inaug-
urated their new Tartan track
with a 78-62 victory over Illinois.
Murray, Rowe and Syphax led
the rout.
Golf
THE GOLF TEAM has yet to
catch fire and could manage but
a tenth place finish in the Nor-
thern Invitational and a sixth in
the Kepler.
Softball
ALTHOUGH THERE were a
good many softball results, the
most notable of the break was
the trouncing the Edit Staff Flun-
kies suffered at the hands of the
semi-invincible Daily Libels.
Playing in a torrential downpour
on Ferry Field, the Sports Staff-
ers carved out a 19-5 victory on
22 hits; Six Flunkie pitchers were
dispatched to the showers as the
Libels showed little mercy to
their writing compatriots.

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