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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, April 12, 1980-Page 7

(By the Associated Press)
AUGUSTA, Ga.-Severiano
Ballesteros, playing with the flair and'
flourish that made him the idol of Eur-
pe's golfing millions, slashed his way to
a 3-under.par 69 and took the second-
round lead yesterday in the 44th
Masters Golf Tournament.
The brilliant young Spaniard, put1
together a 36-hole total of 133, 9 strokes
under par on the 7,040 yards of sun-
splashed beauty that make up the
Augusta National Golf Club course.
Australian David Graham, the
current PGA champion who shared the
18-hole lead with Ballesteros with a
first-round score of 66.
Graham's first, round score of 66,

'os captures
combined with his score yesterday of Nelson had 72,1
73, gives him a total of 139, placing him Hubert Gre
in a tie for second place with Rex Cald- champ Gary1
well. and Tom Waty
Caldwell, a non-winning American ding perform
journeyman tourist, came out of the years, were at
pack with a 6-under-par 66 that placed Player a 71. WE
him at 139. "The gold co
JERRY PATE, A runner-up in his Watson said.
last two starts, Jim Simons and Ed you get a cours
Sneed were tied at 140. Pate shot a 68, with good cond
Simons matched par 72 and Sneed, who to take advant
had the 43rd Masters title in his grasp pace with the:
before he bogeyed the last three holes, of good score
shot another 70. well."
With Mitchell at 141, 3 under par, He was less
were Ed Fiori and Larry Nelson. his chances ofI

Masters lead

Fiori 70.
en, three-time Masters
Player of South Africa,
son, the game's outstan-
er over the last three
142. Green had a 74 and
atson shot 69.
urse played easy today,"
"It's funny; sometimes
se that's playing easy and
ditions and nobody seems
age of it, just kind of keep
field. There weren't a lot
s, except for Rex Cald-
than enthusiastic about
gaining a second Masters

"Seven strokes is a lot to make up,"
he said. "Seve must be playing very
well. I'm going to have to shoot a couple
of 67s to have any chance at all."
tures :continued on the par-3 12th hole.,
He hit five shots in Rae's Creek, the lit-*.
tle stream that guards the front of the4
green, in Thursday's opening and had ad
record-setting score of 13 on the hole.
He improved by six strokes yester-
day. But that still computes to a
quadruple-bogey 7. This time he got twoa'j
in the water. In two rounds Weiskopf
played the hole in 20 strokes, 14 over
The 4-time Masters runner-up also
had two other 7s on his card Friday,
shot 79 and failed to qualify for the final
two rounds with a whopping 164 total for
36 holes.;

M' nine to confront Spartans

The Michigan baseball team will
have a chance today to avenge a defeat
that denied the Wolverines the 1979 Big
Ten championship. Picking up where
they left off last year, the Blue nine
open their Big Ten season against1
defending champion Michigan State
with a home and home series that.
begins this afternoon at Fisher
On May 19 of last year, in the second
to last gameof the season, the Spartans
seized the Big Ten crown by defeating
Steve Howe and Michigan, 8-5.
Although the Wolverines whitewashed
State the next day, the Spartan niner
finished a half game better than
Michigan who played one less game.
Many things have changed since last1
year which give this weekend's con-
frontation a distinctly different tone
thanits 1979 counterpart.
Most of the central characters for
Michigan have departed. Moby
Benedict, Wolverine coach for 17
seasons, is gone. Pitcher Steve Howe
now spends his afternoons and evenings
in the Los Angeles Dodger's bullpen.
Pitcher Steve Perry, who hurled a
three-hit shutout against the Spartans
in the season finale, now pitches in the
Dodger farm system. Rick Leach plays
for Evansville, the Detroit Tigers AAA
farm club.
Whatever desires for revenge that
certain veterans may have, the main
task for this predominantly young and
untested team, under the leadership of its

managed only five victories in 15 games
thus far.
The backbone of Spartan coach Dan-
ny Litwhiler's offense is formed by
switch-hitting leftfielder Ken Robinson
(;5), catcher Eric Payk (.364), right-
fielder Mark Russ (.346), and shortstop
Al Dankovich (.341).
On the mound, State will throw the
same pair of righthanders that faced
Michigan in the series last year. Brian
Wolcott (1-2) was the winning pitcher
in the Spartan victory while Jay
Strother (1-3) took a 6-0 Blue pasting in
the finale.
Junior righthander Mark Clinton will
get the starting nod for today's game,
with freshman righty Steve Ontiveros a
tentative starter for Sunday's game at
East Lansing.


Seve Ballesteros ....
Rex Caldwell .......
David Graham .......
Jim Simons ..........
Jerry Pate ...........
Ed Sneed ............
Doug Tewell .........
Tom Kite ............
Ed Fiori .............
Jeff Mitchell .........


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BALTIMORE ORIOLE John Lowenstein, instead of sliding, braces as he
nears Chicago White Sox catcher Bruce Kimm.

Mark Clinton

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From Wire Service Reports
knocked in three runs with a single and
double to lift the Kansas City Royals to
a 4-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers last
night behind the six-hit pitching of
Wrry Gura.
The shutout enabled Gura to match
his 1979 season total and up his career
ledger to eight. He walked two and
struck out five, including Lou Whitaker
and Jason Thompson twice apiece.
' Kansas City scored the only run it
needed in the fifth inning on a single by
Hal McRae, a walk to John Wathan and
a single to center by LaCook to ruin Dan
Schatzeader's American League debut.
The Royals chased Schatzeder with
ree more runs in the seventh. McRae
oubled and with two outs, Wathan was
intentionally walked to get to LaCook,
who promptly belted a two-run double.
LaCook scored when Bobby Detherage
followed with a single.
White Sox 8, Orioles 4
CHICAGO-Lamar Johnson's three-
rin homer and a two-run blast by
Wayne Nordhagen, both off Cy Young
ward winner Mike Flanagan, powered
e Chicago White Sox to an 8-4 victory
over the Baltimore Orioles yesterday.
Flanagan, a 23-game winner last
season, issued two walks in the first in-
ning before Johnson hit an upper deck
Homer to wipe out a 2-0 Baltimore lead
produced by Ken Singleton's first-in-
ning homer.

Then, after Rick Dempsey restored
Baltimore's lead with a two-run homer
in the second, Nordhagen's shot,
following a walk to Johnson, put the
White Sox in front to stay.
Nordhagen also had a wasted triple
in the first inning and he singled leading
off the sixth to ignite a clinching two-
run rally.
Sox starter Ken Kravec was the win-
ner but needed help from Mike Proly
and Fd Farmer in the sixth and seventh.
innings. Farmer earned the save.
Phillies 6, Expos 3
PHILADELPHIA-Greg Luzinski's
three-run homer in the first inning
backed the eight-hit pitching of Steve
Carlton and helped the Philadelphia
Phillies to a 6-3 victory over the Mon-
treal Expos last night in the Phils',
season opener before a crowd of 48,460.
Montreal starter Stever Rogers
retired the first two Phillies, then
walked Garry Maddox and Mike Sch-
midt. Luzinski, trying to come back
from his worst major league season
when he managed just 18 home runs,
crashed a 2-2 pitch over the left field
fence for a 3-0 lead.
Rangers 11, Yankees 7
ARLINGTON, Texas-Pinch-hitter
Rusty Staub lashed a two-run homer to
cap a six-run outburst in the fifth inning
and doubled to start a four-run rally in
the seventh last night, carrying the
Texas Rangers to an 11-7 victory over
the New York Yankees.

first year coach Bud Middaugh, is to
establish themselves as legitimate con-
tenders for the Big Ten crown.
Assistant coach Dan Hall reflected
the priorities of the new season. "I don't
really think that revenge is the main
theme. A lot of the players from last
year are gone, but just knowing the
rivalry that exists between these two
teams makes these games some of the
biggest of the season."
Unlike the Wolverines, Michigan Stae
underwent few changes over the winter
and fields a veteran team. In spite of
this, however, the Spartans have

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Blue netters triumph;
overcome sub-par play

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Liberty Racquet Club may be an
ocean away from London, but at times
yesterday the Michigan men's tennis
team appeared to be playing in the
English city.
"We seemed to be in a fog", ex-
plained coach Brian Eisner referring to
his Wolverines' 8-1 victory over Iowa.
"We just weren't concentrating and we
did not return serve well. Overall, we
played a very mediocre match", added
A couple of factors may have con-
tributed to the sub-par play, including
the change to the Liberty Racquet Club.
"The switch from the slower courts at
the Track and Tennis Building may
have affected the timing", noted
In addition, the familiar nemesis of
overconfidence could have entered into


the picture as Iowa was fresh off of two
decisive losses at home.
AN EXCEPTION to the rule yester-
day was freshman Mark Mees, who oc-
cupied the number one spot for the first
time this season. Mees disposed of
Iowa's highly touted Tom Holtmann 6-4,
6-3 to commence Wolverine victory
number ten, against one defeat.
At number two, sophomore Michael
Leach battled to fight off Greg Ander-
son 6-4, 7-5 and at number three, a pair
of Matts dueled with the Wolverines'
Horwitch easily winning over
Hawkeyes' Smith 6-1, 6-2.
Due to the nagging back problems of
senior Jud Shaufler, Jack Neinken
filled in at number four, successfully
defeating Brian Johnson 6-1,6-3. With
Neinken mved up to number four,
freshman Tom Haney played number
five, eliminating Tim Jacobson in a see-
saw match.
Freshman Louie McKee played six
singles and much to his dismay, found
himself as the "1" in the final score.
MKee fell to Dan Rustin in three sets 6-
2,12-6, 6-3.
WITH AN insurmountable 5-1 lead af-
ter singles competition, Michigan
atruggles to maintain intensity in the
three doubles matches. Two of the
doubles matches went three sets, in-
cluding Michigan's formidable number
one team of Horwitch and Leach. The
duo statted out fast, faltered in the
second set, and then finally finished off
Iowa's Holtmann and Anderson 6-1, 5-7,
At number two, a carbon copy of the
first doubles match occurred with
Haney and Neinken defeating the
Hawkeyes' Smith and Dave maurer in
three sets 6-4, 3-6, 6-2. Contrary to the
other doubles matches, the number
three team of freshmen Mees and Dan
McLaughlin played very well, accor-
ding to Eisner, in their straight set
disposal of Rustin and Jacobson 6-3, 6-2.

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indsay named Red W

'DETROIT (UPI)-Detroit Red Wings
General Manager Ted Lindsay was
bumped down to head coach yesterday
and his administrative duties'split
anong three other top officials of the
faltering NHL club.
The move came three weeks after
obby Kromm was fired as coach of the
ed Wings, who finished 18th this year
in the overall NHL standings and failed
to make the playoffs for the ninth time
in 10 seasons.
LINDSAY, a former Red Wing great
who is in the third year of a five-year
agreement with the club, was named
director of player personnel in addition
to his head, coaching duties, club
president Bruce A. Norris said.
Major League Baseball
Chicago (A) 8, Baltimore 4
Pittsburgh 4. St. Louis 3
Chicago (N) 7, New York 5
Philadelphia 6, Montreal 3
Kansas City 4, Detroit 0
Texas 11, New York?7
Boston 95, Houston 75
Atlanta 4, New York 2

Lindsay will report directly to Louis
J. Risi Jr., who has been named
executive vice president of the club and
in that capacity will direct its hockey
operations, Norris said.
Risi currently is vice president of the
Detroit Hockey Club, Inc., the Red
Wings' parent organization. He also is
president of Norin Corp., and a member
of the board of directors of Norris Grain
JIMMY SKINNER, currently
assistant general manager, has been
named associate director of player per-
sonnel, Norris said.
'His new duties will include many of
Lindsay's old chores-including coor-
d~nation of player drafts, supervision of
scouting and player movement within
the organization and contacts with
other clubs concerning trades.

ings coach
Robert Cavalieri, general counsel
and administrative director for Olym-
pia Stadium Corp., will assume the
duties of general counsel for the Red
Wings. His primary duties will include
contract negotiations and assisting Risi
in general hockey operations.
LINDSAY WILL work with Norris,
Risi and Skinner in coordinating player
drafts and trades.
The University of Michigan women's
golf club will open its season at the Uni-
versity Golf Course on Stadium Blvd.
on Tuesday, April 15, 1980.
Inquiries regarding the club may
be directed to the membership chair-
man, Michelle Morris at 662-8196.



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