Tuesday, September 9, 1980
The Michigan Daily
O'S SMACK 3 HOMERS TO WIN 9-2:
Bengals bombed by Birds
OTHER CHANGES POSSIBLE
Bo hedges on QB starter
The Baltimore Orioles scored four
runs before anyone was retired in the
first inning last night at Tiger Stadium
to bury the Tigers in a hole they could
never fight out of, as Detroit lost the
opening game of a twinbill 9-2.
The O'rioles' leadoff hitter Al Bumbry
got things started with a double and
Lenn Sakata followed with a walk. Ken
Singleton delivered the Orioles' first
run with a single scoring Bumbry and
noving Sakata to third.
This set the stage fpr Eddie Murray's
three run homer that gave the Orioles a
After that, Tiger manager Spar y
Anderson decided he had seen enough
of Tiger starter Milt Wilcox, as he
summoned reliever Roger Weaver
from the bullpen. Wilcox was the even-
tual loser in the game, leaving his
record at 13-10.
The Tigers were only able to muster
single runs off of Baltimore pitching, in
the first and sixth innings. Rick Peters
led off the first inning with a double off
of Orioles' starter Dennis Martinez.
With one out Tim Corcoran's single
plated Peters for the first Tiger run.
That was the only action the Tigers
could mount until the sixth, when
Peters led off with a walk. A base hit by
Alan Trammell moved Peters to third
and Corcoran recorded his second RBI
of the game with a sacrifice fly, making
the score 4-2. Still with only one out,
Martinez proceeded to walk Champ
Summers, moving Trammell to second.
Baltimore manager Earl Weaver op-
ted to bring in Sammy Stewart to put
out the Tiger fire. Stewart was suc-
cessful in striking out Lance Parrish
and John Wockenfuss to end the inning.
Stewart proceeded to allow the Tigers
just one hit over the final three innings
in saving the game for Martinez. The
win raised Martinez' record to 5-3 on
By ALAN FANGER
This one's starting to rival Ronald Reagan's selection
of a running mate for mystery value: it continues'to be
unsafe to wager on the identify of Michigan's quarter-
back in its opening game.
Bo Schembechler yesterday again held back from an-
nouncing his starting signal-caller for Saturday's game
against Northwestern, thus hinting that senior John
Wangler and freshman Steve Smith are still challenging
sophomore Rich Hewlett for the number one spot.
haven't seen a situation where they (opposition defen-
ses) are going to lay him up."
Since practice began nearly three weeks ago, Schem-
bechler has been pleased with the intensity of com-
petition that has taken place for starting positions. In-
juries have also reshaped the probably lineup for Satur-
day's game. The following positions may be affected by
WIDE RECEIVER: Sophomore speedster Anthony
Carter suffered a bruised right shoulder injury during
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Today is the final day that intramural
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register for slo-pitch softball:
The All Campus division, which
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Campus soccer entries are also due
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beginning in latter part of the week.
i The Ferry F ield varsity running
track has been closed indefinitely due
to repair work, a spokesman for the In-
iramural and Recreational Sports
Department said yesterday.
Hewlett was labeled the first-string quarterback after
"WE'RE IN A POSITION where we've been working
with three guys and because of circumstances ... I don't
want to declare myself," Schembechler told reporters at
the first media luncheon of the season.
But Schembechler quickly added that he doesn't
believe "the quarterback spot will be a difficult spot for
us at all."
Schembechler explained that Wangler has fully
recovered from the effects of a knee injury he suffered in
the Gator Bowl. As late as last spring, doctors were un-
sure that he could ever play football again.
SMITH, MEANWHILE, HAS impressed the coaching
staff with his ability to execute the option attack. The
Wolverine coach 'said Smith drove his squad 80 yards for
a touchdown in a scrimmage "and looked real good." A
shoulder injury has kept Smith out of several scrim-
Wangler has not absor ed a hit during fall practice,
but Schembechler doesn't "think he's lost that much
(mobility)." He cautiously added, however, that "I
Saturday's scrimmage and is listed as "questionable"
for the Northwestern contest. If Carter is kept out of the
game, sophomore Kenney Gear will get the starting nod.
Schembechler added that junior Fred Brockington
"could see some action" if Carter sits out the game.
"Carter's injury is not as severe as we thought," said the
MIDDLE GUARD: Tony Kelsie, a junior who, was
sidelined all of last season with a pinched nerve in his
neck, is now the leading candidate to start at that
position. Kelsie is being given a battle for the spot by
STRONG SAFETY: Sophomore Jeff Cohen is "neck-
and-neck" in a battle with Jeff Reeves for the number
one spot, said Schembechler. Reeves was the starter
coming out of spring drills, but Cohen has impressed
Schembechler with his speed and intelligent play.
PUNTING/PLACEKICKING: Freshman Don
Bracken out of Thermopolis, WY. has the inside track on
a starting spot. Bracken averaged more than 47 yards
per punt in three attempts Saturday. Schembechler also
said he is "leaning towards" Ali-Haji-Sheikh as the star-
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