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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, May 3, 1978-Page 21

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sports of the DAILY

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Springbreak results
BASEBALL
MICHIGAN 3-13, Minnesota 2-7
Western Mch.3-3,MICHIGAN 2-5
MICHIGAN8-1, Eastern0-2
(secondgamesinnings)
MICHIGAN 10-3, Illinois0-0
Purdue 4-5, MICHIGAN 24 s
MENSTENNIS
MICHIGAN , Eastern 0
MICHIGAN0, Purdue 0
MICHIGAN 7, Illinois 2
MICHIGAN 8, Western t
C G WOMEN'STENNIS
Buckeye Invitational
6th out of8
5th in Big Ten Tourney
at Ioswa
WOMEN'S TRACK
at Illinois. noteas records kept
6th in Bowling Green Invitational Tourney
WOMEN'S SOFTBALL
Michigan 3-10, CMU 2-6 (Ist game 8 innings)
MICHIGAN11-11, Bowling Green 6-16
Jackson C.C. 1-5, MICHIGAN 0-3
MEN'S GOLF
Kepler Intercollegiate, 11th oat of 25 teams
Northern Intercollegiate, 13th out of 17 teams

While the rest of us took a brief
respite from school work the past week
or so, Michigan's spring athletic teams
kept plugging away with business as
usual.
The high-flying baseball squad won
seven of 10 games, including all but one
of its six conference games, to remain
in first place in the Big Ten.
The men's tennis team bombarded
their opponents with a week's full of
routs, and the women's softball squad
moved towards the state tournament
after completing a very successful
initial season.
The Daily will cover all these
Michigan sports and more during the
spring/summer terms, including ar-
ticles on the Detroit Tigers and the Ex-
press.

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out of hitting slump
By JAMIE TURNER The Wolverines ran into a buzzsaw
When last we left the Michigan base- the next day at Minneapolis as.Gopher
ball team, the Wolverines were Jerry Udjur held Michigan to only three
sbal teak, ther Wolveris ere hits. Unfortunatley for Udjur, all three
struggling to keep their head above the were homeruns two for Capoferi, one
.500 mark and coach Moby Benedict for Berra) and Michigan pulled it out, 3-
was hoping that the team batting slump 2.
would end with a few more games. Still So the pattern was set. If the
a favorite to contend for the Big Ten Michigan defense could keep the other
crown come the end of April, the team from scoring many gift runs
Wolverines needed either some timely (Michigan committed 17 errors in the 12
hitting or solid pitching to propel them games), the Wolverines could count on
into a hot streak. scoring some themselves.
They got both. The Wolverine batters Bowe won four games over the 15 day
broke out of the slump, belting the ball te span, culminating with two wins this
at a .327elip in the past two weeks while past weekend, one a complete game
hurlers Steve Howe, Craig mcGinnis
and Bill Stennett combined for a 0.65 : F..:.
ERA with the end result Michigan win-
ning nine of its last twelve. For more sports,
Michigan re-established itself as a seempespra24
Big ten contender with an important
four-game sweep of Wisconsin and ME M'>Na$ M
Minnesota April 15 and 16. After win- shutout over Illinois and the other a
ning the first game from the Badgers, relief performance against Purdue.
the Wolverines struck for six markers McGinnis and Stennett each gathered
in the top of the seventh to steal the two wins and Stennett was victimized in
second game away 6-4. Continued on Page 24

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