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Page 10-Thursday, March 27, 1980

SPORTS OF THE DAILY

Pitchers shine in spring

By The Associated Press
Strong pitching performances for five
teams that finished near the bottom of
the standings in 'recent seasons
highlighted exhibition baseball action
yesterday.
Steve Trout allowed only six hits in
eight innings and Glenn Borgmann hit
an eighth-inning homer as the Chicago
White Sox blanked the New York
Yankees 1-0. Randy Scarbery pitched a
scoreless ninth for Chicago, who got
only five hits off Ron Guidry, Luis Tiant
and Tom Underwood, who gave up
Borgmann's homer.
RICO CARTY slammed a two-run
homer and five Toronto pitchers stop-
ped Kansas City on six hits as the Blue
Jays beat the Royals 2-0.
Preston Hanna won his fourth
straight spring game with four
scoreless innings as Atlanta defeated
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the Cincinnati Reds 6-2. Glenn Hubbard
had a three-run double for the Braves.
Matt Keough, who had a 2-17 record
for Oakland last season, won his third
straight spring training game with a
solid seven-inning performance as the
A's beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-2.
Dave Revering homered for the A's.
LEFT-HANDER Geoff Zahn pitched
seven strong innings and Jose Morales
had three hits, scored two runs and
knocked in another as the Minnesota

Twins defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates
4-1.
Rick Honeycutt and Rick Anderson
combined for three hits in eight innings
and Seattle survived a ninth-inning
rally to beat San Diego 8-6. The Padres
scored five runs on six hits in the ninth,
including a three-run homer by Jim
Beswick, while the Mariners pounded
.15 hits.
Houston, which contended for the
National League West title until the
final days of the season in 1979, also got

ames
a strong pitching job as Joe Niekro
completed six hitless innings in the
Astros' 5-3 defeat of the Boston Red
Sox. Danny Heep had a homer and two
other hits for the Astros.
DUANE KUIPER and Jorge Orta
had three hits apiece to offset Willie
McCovey's homer as the Cleveland In-
dians edged San Francisco 3-2.
Mickey Rivers' two-run homer cap-
ped a four-run fourth inning as the
Texas Rangers whipped the Montreal
Expos 6-2.

ATHARVARD FOR NCAA

MEET:

Tankers hope to make a splash

BY JON MORELAND
Ten Michigan swimmers, including
junior All-American Fernando Canales,
have splashed-down in the Ann Arbor of
the East - Cambridge, Massachusetts
- for the NCAA championships.
The Wolverines will be trying to bat-
tle back from the disappointing Big Ten
Championships, when they finished a
not-so-strong second to Indiana in
Michigan's Matt Mann Pool.
Canales has qualified in four events
- the 50-, 100-, 200-, and 500-meter
freestyle competitions - and is the
Wolverine tankers' best bet to bring
home an individual national champion-
ship.

MIM

Gathering Place

Every Night
of the Week

First year coach Bill Farley ex-
pressed disappointment at only having
ten swimmers in this year's finals, heldu
on the Harvard campus.
"We should have had a lot more
qualifiers than we did," said Farley.
"Indiana had a helluva meet (at the Big.
Ten's), but we never should have lost to
them by 150 points." Michigan placed
second to Indiana by the score 752 -
602/2.
Also representing the Wolverines are
sophomore John Spaid in the 200- and
500-meter breaststroke, junior Robert
Murray and senior captain Paul Grif-
fith and the 50- and 100-freestyle,
sophomore Tom Ernsting in the 100-
and 200-breaststroke, and junior Robert
Lazar and senior Dave Price in the 200-
breaststroke.
Noticeably absent from this list are
any of the Wolverine relay teams.
Almost unbelievably, none of
Michigan's strong relays qualified for
the meet, most notably the 800-freestyle
relay.
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In the Big Ten meet, this crew set a
conference record except for one small
detail - the anchor man jumped too
early at the beginning of his stint. This
disqualified the relay team, and left its
collective members in Ann Arbor this
weekend.
Michigan's strongest showing in the
meet is expected to come from its
diving troops.eThe Dick Kimball-led
squad's three representatives are Ron
Merriot, Kevin Machemer, and Ken
Vigiletti. Kimball is notorious for
producing a strong team, and this
year's squad is no exception.

Address your Fan-Fare letters to The Michigan Daily-Sports, 420
Maynard, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48104. Letters should be 250 words
or less, and all submissions must be signed by the individual authors.
To the Daily: Is Enough," Feb. 27) you maintain t
Why don't we just give up on Mark football and basketball teams have
Fidrych? We all know his current failed to win national championships
comeback attempt, the fourth by most because they lack the complete support
reliable estimates, will ultimately be of the students. This is asinine and you
unsuccessful. Why do we subject our- should realize it.
selves, to the agony of watching the' Our football teams have consistently
beaten Bird try to whip his tired wing failed because they lack both a modern
into shape spring after spring? We've approach to college football and the
obviously been more than patient. Why ability to change a game plan that is
do we do it? failing. There is no lack of athletic
Do you remember watching the Bird ability (witness the number
beat the Yankees on Monday night professional players who played in Ann
baseball? Do you remember him cooly Arbor) and there was no lack of fan
retiring batter after batter, bearing support from 1971-1978.
down in the ninth to complete the game With respect to basketball, the
and earn the win? Do you remember situation is entirely different. We were
watching him sprint from infielder to all thrilled by the accomplishments of
infielder, congratulating them before the Hubbard-Green led teams. An
they had a chance to congratulate him? analysis of these teams reveals thesex-
Do you remember Howard Cosell's tent of their achievement, for these
usually contrived excitement almost teams lacked a true center and a power
sounding real? But those are the wrong forward. Orr/Frieder must be excellent
questions. Do you remember how you game coaches to get this much fro
felt? Do you remember your heart their teams.
beating so fast that you had to stand for Our shortcomings in basketball con-
fear of explosion? Do you remember cern recruiting. Consider the names
hoping the fans would never stop Bob Elliot, Tom LaGarde, Stuart
cheering so that you would never have House, Earvin Johnson, Tim Andree,
to turn off the TV? Do you remember and Clark Kellogg. All of these players
your senses surging past time until you strongly considered coming to
knew that only the game, but not the Michigan but went elsewhere. We don't
moment, had an end? Do you remem- have to look far to see how one player
ber that feeling we called the Bird? can turn a team around (e.g. The Magic
Sure, I could be realistic. I know that Man in East Lansing). The fans do no
Mark can't come back. But what if he sit in living rooms and recruit. Johnn
could? Maybe it's just spring fever, but Orr needed players who could match up
wouldn't you rather believe? I would, with the opposition.
because with inflation at 18 per cent and Lastly, I am appalled at your naivete.
a player strike imminent, I need If you needed four years to learn that
something to believe in - even if it's big-time college athletics is big
onlya dream I call the Bird. So why not business, you must be a very slow lear-
believe! Our dreams will be shattered, ner. Don Canham is above all
of course, our hopes crushed,- our businessmen. His business happens to
beliefs proved wrong. Oh, but what if be athletics and he is very good at what
we're right? Believe in the Bird! Let's he does. He and his attitudes are part of
believe in ourselves. the price a university must pay for
-DAVID MANN successful athletic program. I am ver
To the Daily: surprised your education in this field
In two separate statements ("A Neff required so much time. -BILL LEVY

SCORES
NBA
Indiana 124. Detroit 114
Boston 129. New York 121
Philadelphia 84, Atlanta 8!
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Washington 4. St. Louis 2
Exhibition Baseball
Chicago (A) 1. New York (A) 0
Toronto 2. Kansas City 0
Atlanta 6.Cincinnati 2
Oakland 7. Milwaukee 2
Minnesota 1. Pittsburgh i
Chicago (N) 2,.California 1
Cleveland 3. San Francisco 2
Houston 5. Boston 3

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CORRECTION
In yesterday's Daily, it was reported
that outgoing Michigan basketball
coach Johnny Orr had a 209-113 Big Te
and 248-146 overall record at Michiga
The 209-113 record is Orr's 'won-lost
totals at Michigan, while 248-146 is his
career record, including his three
seasons at Massachusetts.

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