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Tigers, 3-1

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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, April 15, 9180-Page 11:
Columbus tough on
women net team
The women netters struggled through last weekend's Buckeye Open,
as they came up with only one victory in three outings. Michigan was a
narrowly defeated by Penn State, 5-4, and was crushed by the University of;p
Tennessee at Chattanooga, 8-17
The Wolverines lone triumph was over host Ohio State, as they drubbed
the Buckeyes, 7-2. It was the second time Coach Ollie Owens' team had Y
trounced Ohio State.

BOSTON (AP) - Jerry Remy tripled
n the sixth inning and scored the tie-
reaking run on an infield out before.
Fred Lynn homered yesterday as the
Boston Red Sox opened their 1980 home'
season with a 3-1 victory over the
Detroit Tigers.
Dennis Eckersley, rocked for three
homers in the American League opener
in Milwaukee last Thursday, settled
down after a rough first inning to check
the Tigers on three hits through seven
THEN, AFTER a 56-minute rain
delay, Eckersley was replaced by Tom
Burgmeier, who pitched the final two
innings to preserve the victory.
Blanked on one hit for three innings,
Boston pulled into a 1-1 tie in the fourth-
against loser Jack Morris. Rick
Burleson walked, took second on an in-
field out, moved to third on a single by
Jim Rice and scored on Carl Yastrzem-
ski's sacrifice fly to deep center.
REMY LED off. the sixth by groun-
Sling a triple just inside first base and
down the right field line. He scored as
Burleson grounded out to second.

Lynn, the 1979 batting champion, then
lined a shot through a stiff cross-wind
into the center-field bleachers for his
first homer.
Eckersley,If-0, threw 34 pitches in the
first inning before retiring the side with
the bases loaded. The Tigers scored on
a walk, a missed double play attempt
and Richie Hebner's single to shallow
THE LOSS ended a five-game win-
ning streak which overlapped the end of
last season for Morris.
Bucs 5, Cubs 4
PITTSBURGH (AP)-Bill Robinson
rapped a 10th-inning home run off
Chicago relief ace Bruce Sutter to give
the Pittsburgh Pirates a 5-4 victory in
their rain-delayed home opener against
the Cubs yesterday.
Robinson's first homer of the season,
a solo smash over the wall in left cen-
ter, ended the game five hours after it
got the victory even though he allowed
a game-tying two-run +rally in the

Chicago ninth.
In a pre-game ceremony the Pirates
received their World Series rings and
the disco group Sister Sledge perfor-
med the theme song "We Are Family"
before a crowd of 44,088.
Reds 6, Giants 5
CINCINNATI (AP) -Dave Collins,
who earlier yin the day was named the
National League's first player of the
week, hit a two-out bases-loaded triple
in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift
the Cincinnati Reds to a 6-5 victory over
the San Francisco Giants last night.
Collins, who haO been hitless in four
previous times at bat, hit the first pitch
thrown to him by loser Gary Lavelle, 0-
2, to send home three runs and cap a
five-run rally.
THE VICTORY was the fifth straight
for the Reds, and they remained the
only unbeaten team in the major
San Francisco led 5-1 as Dave Con-
cepcion opened the Cincinnati ninth
with a single and later scored on a

single by Dan Driessen. The Reds went
on to load the bases when Lavelle came
in to pitch to Kennedy, who singled in
Ray Knight.
Ken Griffey drew a pinch-hit walk
before Collins cleared the bases.
Dave Tomlin, 1-0, was the winner in
Collins top NL 'er
NEW YORK (AP) - Dave Collins of
Cincinnati, who batted .533, scored five
runs, drove in one and stole three bases
in the Reds' first four games, was
named yesterday the National League
Player of the Week.
COLLINS SCORED two of the Reds'
game-winning runs in their four-game
sweep of Atlanta to remain the only un-
beaten major league team through the
Other players nominated were
teammate Charlie Leibrandt, Reggie,
Smith of Los Angeles, Dave Kingman of
Chicago, Ed Ott of Pittsburgh and J. R.
Richard of Houston.


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With top-notch performances turning up left and
right, the Michigan women tracksters returned"
from last weekend's Bowling Green Invitational'
wearing their best smiles.
Numerous meet records were broken while the
Blue tracksters collected eight firsts and six second
place spots. The only cause for sadness was the
Wolverines' second place finish behind Central
The Chippewas captured first with 169 points, as
Michigan came up short by 11 points, scoring 158.
Rounding out the 12 team field was meet sponsor
Bowling Green with 92, Kent State with 70, Miami,

vio, w I 41, anu te seven rema ining sc oois a
with less than 20 points.
Leading the way for Michigan was the one-two
punch of sprinters Brenda Kazinic and Cathy Shar-
pe. Kazinic and Sharpe finished first and second,
respectively, in both the 100 and 200 meter dash.
Kazinic's 11.81 second time in the 100 meter dash
was good for a new meet record. The old mark had
been held by teammate Sharpe.
Two other records that fell to Wolverines were
Lynn Fudala's 18:08 clocking in the 5000 meter,
which trimmed the previous record by four secon-
ds, and freshwoman Lori Thornton's leap in the long
jump of 18' 11 " to shatter the former mark by

9/ .


Bruins put Penguins on ice, 6-2

BOSTON (AP)-Peter McNab and
Bob Miller scored in the first five
minutes of the game to start Boston
toward a 6-2 rout of the Pittsburgh
enguins, enabling the Bruins to cap-
ture their National Hockey League
playoff series 3-2 last night.
The favored Bruins, who had trailed
2-1 at one point in the series, move on to
the quarterfinals against the New York
Islanders beginning Wednesday night
in Boston.
Mikita retires
CHICAGO (AP)-Stan Mikita, the
rough, tough little guy who went from
the penalty box to super stardom in the
National Hockey League, officially
retired after 21 glorious years with the-
Chicago Black Hawks.
Mikita, a native of Sokolce,
Czechoslovakia, turned in the uniform
with the Indian head on the front of the
jersey. Next fall his No. 21 will become
Tuesday, April 15,. Central Michigan
(DH) at Fisher Stadium, 1 p.m.
Saturday, April 19, at Minnesota (DH)
Sunday, April 20, at Wisconsin (DH)
Tuesday, April 15, Wayne State (DH) at
Vet's Park, 3 p.m.
Wednesday, April 16, at Oakland
University (DH)
Thursday, AprIl 17, at University of
Detroit (DH)
Friday and Saturday, April 18-19, Big
Ten Tournament, East Lansing
Wednesday, April 16, Miami of Ohio,
Michigan Tennis Courts, 2:30 p.m.
Friday, April 18, at Wisconsin
Saturday, April 19, at Northwestern
Thursday through Sunday, April 17-20,
at Keppler Invitational, Columbus.
Saturday, April 19, at Ohio State Re-
lays, Columbus
Saturday, April 19, at Michigan State
0 Invitational, East Lansing
(DH) - Doubleheader

the first Black Hawk number ever to be
Mikita was the first man in National
Hockey League history to win the Lady
Byng, Hart and Art Ross trophies in two
successive seasons.
Williams to play
SEATTLE (AP) - The Seattle
SuperSonics will have Gus Williams,
the quick guard who makes their of-
fense go, in the starting lineup tonight
for Game 3 of their National Basketball
Association playoff series with the
Milwaukee Bucks.
The best-of-seven series is tied at two
victories apiece.

... calls it quits

June 26-August 4, 1980
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