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SPORTS

Page 8

Tuesday, April 14, 1981

The Michigan Daily

SPORTS OF THE DAILY
'M' batsmen down Buckeyes, 4-2

Special to0the Daily sinle game1Ii..

COLUMBUS-Freshman third
baseman"Chris Sabo belted his seventh
home run of the season and rookie pit-
cher Gary Wayne (3-1) went the distan-
ce hurling a four-hitter, as the Michigan
baseball team beat Ohio State, 4-1,
yesterday. The game was a make-up of
Saturday's rainout of the second game
of a double-header. As a result, yester-
day's game was seven innings as op-
posed to the standard nine innings for a

The Wolverines scored three runs in
the first and never looked back. After
Tim Miller and Greg Schulte drove in
runs with a pair of infield outs, shor-
tstop Tony Evans delivered Jeff Jacob-
son with an RBIsingle, his second
game-winning hit of the weekend
series.
THE WOLVERINES pounded out
nine hits off Ohio State starter and loser
Art Vanderpohl (1-3), with Sabo leading
the way with a double in addition to his

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homer.
The win gave Michigan three vic-
tories in the four games in Columbus
over the weekend which opened the Big
Ten portion of its schedule.
Rightfielder Jim Paciorek and first
baseman Tim Miller each drilled two-
run singles to pace the Wolverines to an
8-3 victory on Sunday which enabled
them to split the doubleheader with the
Buckeyes. Ohio State won the first
game 7-3.
On Saturday, Michigan romped to an
easy 7-2 victory, as Gerry Hool, Sabo,
Jacobson and Evans belted home runs,
with Evans clouting a pair.
The Wolverines upped their overall
record to 15-11 and their Big Ten mark
to 3-1 with their weekend drubbing of
the Buckeyes. -
Dogwood Relays
The Michigan men's track team
returned from the Dogwood Relays in
Knoxville with a reason to feel op-
timistic about the rest of the season.
The Wolverines managed to qualify
three more tracksters for the NCAA
tournament this June.
GERALD DONAKOWSKI who placed
sixth in the 10,000 meter run (29:14.14),

Dave Lewis who finished eighth in the
same event (29:16.5) and first place
finisher, Dave Lugin, who took the high
jump with a leap of 7'214", qualified for
the NCAAs.
The only other first place finisher for
Michigan was John Nielson who threw
the shot put 55'4" to capture that event.
Teammate Phillip Wells finished fifth
with a toss of 55'61/2".
Doug Heikkinen, the brother of Big
Ten champion Dan, placed second in
the open steeplechase.
The track team will travel to East
Lansing next weekend to compete in the
Michigan State Invitational.
-SARAH SHERBER
Dr. J Player of the Year
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Julius Erving of
the Philadelphia 76ers and Darrell Grif-
fith of the Utah Jazz have been named
the National Basketball Association's
top player and rookie of the year,
respectively, by the Sporting News.
In a poll of league players, Erving
received 88 of 166 votes cast. The Los
Angeles Lakers' Kareem Abdul-Jab-
bar, the only other player to receive
more than six votes, was runnerup with
41.
Griffith outpolled Joe Barry Carroll
of Golden State for the rookie award,
receiving 82 votes to Carroll's 31.
Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics and
guards George Gervin of the San An-
tonio Spurs and Dennis Johnson of the
Phoenix Suns accompany Erving and
Abdul-Jabbar on the Sporting News'
22nd NBA all-star team.

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Hand-to-hand combat AP Photo
New York Ranger goalie Steve Baker fends off the Los Angeles Kings' Dean
Hopkins during first period playoff action at Madison Square Garden on
Sunday. The Rangers won the game 6-3, and won the best of five series three
games to one.
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By BUDDY MOOREHOUSE
Michigan basketball coach Bill Frieder capped off his recruiting year Saturday
by signing 6-8 Willis "Stretch" Carter of Detroit Murray-Wright High School to a"-
scholarship. Carter joins All-American Eric Turner of Flint Central, Leslie
Rockymore of Detroit Southwestern and Greg Washington of Detroit Western in
Michigan's recruiting class.
"We really liked Willis once we started talking to him," said assistant coach
Tom Kempf. "He's a real hard worker. He's good at scoring around the perimeter,-
and he's a good rebounder."
CARTER AND TURNER squared off in this year's Class A final at Crisler
Arena, with Central running past Murray-Wright in a shoot-out, 108-90. Carter was
originally rumored to be leaning toward Eastern Michigan or Arizona. "The
reason we weren't recruiting him that strong is because we were in on a bunch of
other kids," explained Kempf. "Also, he hurt his back and sat out most of the year,
so we didn't get much of a chance to see him play. But we were real impressed with
him in the tournament. He really wanted to come to Michigan."
According to Kempf, Carter is the final player Michigan will sign, "unless some
seven-foot kid walks into our office, but I really doubt that's going to happen."
With the signing of four of Michigan's premier prepsters, Kempf assessed, "I'd
say it was an above average recruiting year. We wanted to get more size, but I'm
real happy with the kids we got."

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