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Tuesday, My 17, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Fifteen

Tuesday, May J 7, 1977 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wolverines' streak hits 10

Batsmen sweep twice, but
trail Gophers by one game

By BRIAN MILLER
If there's any pressure on
Moby .enedict's baseball squad,
to repeat as Big Ten champs,
they're not showing it.
The Wolverines have won 13
of their last 14 games including
10 straight. In the process, they
have set a new regular-season
victory mark of 29, breaking the
previous record of 25. Sadly
enough for Moby's men though,
they still trail first place Min-
nesota by one game, as Minne-
sota came' gfrombehind to beat
Ohio State yesterday, 3-2.
HOWEVER, Michigan k e p t
pace with the Gophers by win-
ning all four games it played this

weekend against Wisconsin and
Northwestern.
On Saturday, the Wolverines
played Jekyll and Hyde as they
beat Wisconsin 9-5 and 3-0.
The first game was marred
by poor pitching, sloppy field-
ing, and numerous mental er-
rors.
WISCONSIN jumped out to a
quick 1-0 lead but Michigan got
that run back and then some in
its half of the first. Badger
pitcher Alan Clark, 4-0 on the
year, lookedlike anything but
an. undefeated' pitcher as he
walked two men, saw two others
reach base on errors, and gave
up run-scoring hits to designated
hitter Greg Lane and third base-

man Dave Chapman.
Michigan scored four more
runs in the third inning, three
coming in on rightfielder Mike
Parker's second home run of
the year.
Wisconsin tried to make a
game of it by jumping on Blue
pitcher Bill Stennett as he tired
toward the end of the game.
But, it was a matter of too little
to late, and Stennett completed
the game for his fifth win in
eight decisions.
Big 10 Standings -
W L Pt. GB
Minnesota 14 2 .875 -
MICHIGAN 13 3 .813 1
Ohio State} 7 5 '.513
Iowa 9 7 .563, S
Michigan State 9 7 .563 S
Northwestern 7 9- .438 7
Illinois 6 8 .429 7
Wisconsin 7 11 .389 8
Indiana 3 11 .214 10
Purdue 1 13 .071 12
Saturday's Games
Michigan State at MICHIGAN
Minnesota at Iowa (2)
Sunday's Game
(final day of season)
MICHIGAN at Michigan State

MICHIGAN was led in hitting
by Chapman and first baseman
Bob Wasilewski, who went two
for three. Chapman, Lane and
Parker also knocked in two runs
apiece.
In the second game, two first-
inning runs were all Blue hurler
Steve Howe needed. The left-
handed freshman fired his fourth
shutout of the season in raising
his record to 8-2, and 4-0 in the
Big Ten.
Michigan's seven hits were
spread among seven different
batters, while Badger third base-
man Randy Johnson went two
for three to lead the Wisconsin
hitting attack.
The Wolverines were tired
against Northwestern on Sun-
day, but they did what had to be
done, sweeping the doubleheader
3-2 and 5-2.
THE FIRST game was close
all the way as Northwestern
twice came back from one-run
deficits to tie the game.
The Blue then won the game
in the sixth. Losing Wildcat
pitcher M i k e Sjoerdsma bit
Lane, catcher Ted Mahan sacri-
ficed him to second and Chap-
man brought him home with the
winning run as he singled sharp-
ly to left.
Both Craig McGinnis for Mich-

igan and Sjoerdsma went the
distance. Michigan was led in
hitting by Mark Grenkoski's
three-for-three performance, and
a couple of two for three's by
Leach and Chapman.
THE W LVE RINES com-
pleted the four game sweep by
taking the nightcap of the dou-
bleheader 5-2.
Michigan built up a 5-0 lead
scoring a run in the sepond and
four more in the third as a re-
sult of Wildcat hurler Steve
Bobowski's wildness.
WOLVERINE h u r I e r Steve
Perry was touched for two runs
in the fourth on three hits and
a passed ball by Mahan.
But Perry reached back for
something extra allowing only
three other runners to reach
base. All were erased by double
plays.
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AV'

GOES DIRECTLY TO JAIL
Barnes loses appeal

By The Associated Press
l'ROVIDENCE, R.I. - Detroit
Piston Marvin B3arnes was dart-
,I off to prison yesterday after
;judsge denied a last-minute ap-
Judge Anthony A. Giannini of
Pividence Superior Court, in a
eery brief bhea ri ng, denied
Btrnes' last-minute appeal for
acontinuance of a one-year
prison sentence for a probation
violation.
Barnes was turned over to
three state marshals and im-
mediately t a k e n from the
courtroom. He was handcuffed
and put on a bus to the Adult
Correctional Institution (ACI)
in Cranston, R.I.
Barnes originally had been
scheduled to surrender himself
at 9 a.m. yesterday morning.
However, he did not arrive at
the Providence court house until
1:30 p.m.
When he showed up, it was
learned that Barnes had retained
a new lawyer, James L. Fein-
berg of Detroit. Barnes' mother
said she was upset that her son
was being sent to the ACI.
"That bothers me because I
don't think that's the place for
him to go right now."
"I don't think that's the
place for him," added Lula
Barnes. "If he has to go to the

ACI, I think he should go to
minimum."
Barnes was accompanied into
the courtroom by his mother,
his sister and several friends.
One friend, a woman, cried as
she left the courtroom.

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