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Wednesday, June 2, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

EMU rolls on in NCAA's

By BOB MILLER
It was business as usual for Blue tracksters take
college athletes over the holiday
weekend, and Michigan was
among those competing in base- C
ball and track. frst in tourney
Also, the 92nd NCAA Tennis
Tournament wound down to the
finals yesterday. power the Maize and Blue on The tournament win gave
In action on the diamond, the offense. Michigan a clean sweep of the
Wolverines ended ttieir season The Hurons earned a trip CCC indoor. outdoor and cross
in the NCAA regional finals to Omaha for the second con- country titles.
against Eastern Michigan. The seentive year as tournament The only distinction the Big
Hurons and Michigan met for MVP Bob Owchinko pitched a Ten got in the NCAA Tennis
the second straight year to de- three h i t t e r, winning 64, Tournament was that Francisco
termine who would be the Mid- throwing back to back shut- Gonzales of Ohio State was pick-
east representative to the eight outs at the Wolverines. Owch- ed for the 27 man "elite team"
team College World Series, play- inko's record is 12-3, a school by the Intercollegiate Tennis
ed in Omaha, June 11. record for victories in one Conches Association.
Michigan reached the finals CahsAscain
bydefeatiag Southern 1in1s season. Michigan and Ohio State were
by 2 on Mark Southerns five A two run single by Dan Sch- eliminated early, except for
hite, sd omig Wfrom five mitz, and run-producing hits by Gonzales.
hitter, and cornsgfo be- TdDse adGenGlvr
hind to trip Illinois State, 5-4. Ted Dasen and Glen Gulliver A rarity occurred when the
The olveinestookther fist hghlihteda fuon fourth Arrt curdwe h
The Wolverines took their first highlihat ledthedownf ort final tabulations were in. It
win in the tourney when Bob Wolverines, was discovered that USC an&
Waselewski singled, Jim Capo- The track team, however, did UCLA had tied for the team
feri was safe on an error, and ot falter in the Central Col- title, only the second time
Jim Berra doubled home the giate Conference meet at Kala- two teams had to share the
only runs of the game. giatoneresceg meet8atin ala-am crown. In 1959 Tulane and
Michigan followed with a late mazon, erasing a 31 point team NorD-meahciedal
rally to eliminate Illinois State. deficit on the last day to rout Notre D me each claimed half
ISU scored all four runt in the the field. Michigan compiled of the championship.
furthr innngusin twowalks 128 points, far ahead of second UCLA's Brian Teacher won
and three of its four hits to place Penn State's 104. his fourth All-American title,
cross theeplate and claim a 4-2 The 800-meter run got things with teammate Ferdi Taygan
lead. going for the Wolverines as and Ross Walker of Houston
But, in the bottom of the Andy Johnson, Dave Williams, earning the honor for the third
eighth, Tim Hallam fell victim and Dave Furst swept the top time each.
to an error, then a single, and three positions for 24 big Stanford finished third, one
Mark Grenkoski's home run points. Johnson's winning time point behind.
w hich p u lled it o u t for M ich- w as 1:49.3 . ~___g n~~~ ~~rc p ei sn_ _ _~N
Rehenting last year's finals, the 5000-meter run with artime
Michigan tronced EMU in the of 14:06.39. Meyer also finished HAIRSTYLES TO PLEAS
first game, but lost the finale. second in the Steeplechase event
A six-ron ninth inning snap- last Friday.ASCOLA
lied a 3-3 tie and forced .the Other team totals of area in- STYLISTS
second game. Grenkoski had a terest were Eastern, third (81
two run single and team Cap- points, Western Michigan (74), ARORLAND-~971-9975
tain Dick Walterhouse cracked Indiana (56), and far down in MAPLE VILLAGE-761-2733
a three run double. Walterhouse the pack was Michigan State. E. UNIERSTY-66-0354
had two doubles and a single to - The Spartans totaled 14 points.

Eastern Michigan hurler Steve Owchinko winds up to deliver
against the Wolverines during the NCAA Mideast Regional
held in Ypsilanti last weekend. Owchinko blanked Michigan in
the final game Sunday to send the Hurons to the College World
Series.
Celtics and Suns
play fourthtoih
By The Associated Press off the Suns.
PHOENIX - The Boston Cel- "If my team can't press, then
tics, well-known in NBA play- my team is not the Boston Cel-
offs, -and the Phoenix Suns, in tics," Heinsohn said.
their first championship series, THE SUNS, of course, attri-
face off tonight in the fourth bute their success Sunday, to
game of the best-of-seven series playing aggressively.
in Phoenix. Game Four is scheduled to
CELICStoo th fist begin at 1:30 pm. EDT, and
THE CELTICS took the first will be carried by CBS.
two games of the series handily,
98-87 and 105-90, but were de-
feated when the series went to
Phoenix' home court Sunday, MORE ACTION
105-98.
Ton" Aeinsohn, the rather ex- DOWN HERE
citabin Boston coach, claims the
loss was due to the referee's GEORGE IS BACK
denying the Celts their favorite
defensive weapon-the press.
The firey coach said that, af- B0 L
ter Boston had raced to an early
lead and then tried to apply at the UNION
pressure on Phoenix' ball han-
dlers in the back court, referee open 1a.m.
Paul Milahak told their defen-
sive players to keep their hands
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