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SPORTS

Thb Michigan Daily

Sunday, September 21, 1980

Page 7

'M' LINKS TERS FINISH 4TH
OSU cruises in tourney

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY

Kenty beats Espana, keeps title

By M.J. SCHNEIDER
Without even looking at the scores, it was obvious
which team had won the tournament. Steve Groves and
his Ohio State women's golf squad were the only ones
smiling after the completion of the Lady Wolverine In-
vitational held this weekend on the Michigan golf course.
As has become the tradition, Ohio State walked away
with the top honors, totalling 625 for the 36-hole com-
petition. Wisconsin claimed second place, trailing the
Buckeyes by 40 strokes.
Indiana dropped from second after 18 holes to third
place with a final tally of 670. Michigan's 671 earned
them fourth place. Bowling Green and Central Michigan
tied for sixth with 702. Ferris State finished last with 751.
Barb Casper, a freshman from Wisconsin, and Ohio
State's Karin Mundinger shared medalist honors as
each tallied 153.
"I really don't know how good they are yet," said
Groves, beaming as he spoke. Groves' lack of insight in-
to his own team's capabilities is explained by the fact
that he assumed his position as women's golf coach just
a week ago.
In contrast to Groves' elation, Michigan coach Tom
Simon was somber. His team had disappointed him just
as it had done in its two previous tournaments this
season.
"They probably feel as bad as a person can feel," said
Simon. "They're glad they beat Michigan State, if that's
any consolation."
"We could've done better," agreed Wolverine captain
Alison Smith. "We should've done better. It's

frustrating. That's the only way to describe it."
Elaine Crosby led the Michigan scoring with a total of
168. Alison Smith and Linda Drillock each tallied 169.
Elaine Satyshur finished eight shots back with 177.
Karyn Colbert and Donna Smith rounded out the Blue ef-
fort, each posting a score of 178.
Groves cited the difficulty of the Michigan course as a
factor which worked as an advantage for the victorious
Buckeyes.
"This is a challenging golf course," said the Ohio State
coach. "This is one of the more difficult courses we'll
play on. The Scarlet course (at Ohio State) compares
with this course.
"When you play a golf course like that every day,
you're not as intimidated by it.'.
Wisconsin's Casper must have felt little intimidation
as she breezed to a two-under-par 74 in yesterday's final
round.
After a double bogey on the first hole and a bogey on
the second. Casper became master over the layout, bir-
dying three of the remaining seven holes on the front
nine and two more on the back.
"I was really pumped up," said Casper. "I was hitting
it much farther than I've ever hit it. I wanted to play
well. But I never thought I'd play that well. Today just
happened to be my day.
"I can't believe it," continued Casper. "I'm just stun-
ned. I feel like I'm playing the best golf of my life."
The Wolverines resume competition in the Purdue In-
vitational to be held September 27 and 28 in West
Lafayette.

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP)-Un-
beaten lightweight champion Hilmer
Kenty of Detroit retained his World
Boxing Association title yesterday,
staggering Venezuelan Ernesto "The
Cat" Espana with a series of punishing
blows to the head and jaw that forced
the referee to stop the bout at 2:57 of the
fourth round.
It was Kenty's fight all the way,
although he briefly fell to his knees in
the first round. He came back with a
succession of blows to the head and
body that continually forced Espana in-
to the ropes.
By the third round, it was clear that
Kenty's light-footed manuevering had
taken the force out of Espana's punch.
At one point, Espana was left stabbing
the air after a long uppercut by Kenty.
The end of the fight came after Kedty
had forced Espana into the ropes
repeatedly in the fourth round,
staggering him on occasion. Referee
Martin Denkin of the United States
grabbed Espana and Kenty was
declared the winner.
It was a vain bid by Espana, who had
lost the lightweight title to Kenty last
March in Detroit.
He had claimed he would be in better

shape this time because Puerto Rico's
climate was more like that of his coun-
try.
The fight, televised nationally by
CBS, was held before about 2,500 fans at
the Hiram Bithorn Stadium.
Detroit 13, Cleveland 3
DETROIT (UPI)-Steve Kemp's

grand slam homer capped a seven-runi
fourth inning and his two-run triples
completed a five-run fifth yesterday to
lead the Detroit Tigers to a 13-3 over the
Cleveland Indians.
Rick Peters and Lou Whitaker each
stroked three singles as Detroit'
gathered 14 hits over loser Rick Waits
and three relievers.

WAYNE OUSTS BLUE:
Spikers second in own meet

By SUSAN SOLTERO
The Michigan women's volleyball
team nearly cradled its own baby last
night, as the spikers gave Wayne State
all it could handle before dropping the
final match of the Michigan In-
vitational to the Tartars, 15-13, 15-13, at
the Central Campus Recreation
Building.
The Wolverines breezed through
See more sports, pages 9 and 10
their first two matches of the round
robin tournament, handily beating
Toledo and Schoolcraft College before
they endured a three-game squeaker
withi surprising Lake Superior State.
They defeated Schoolcraft again in the
seihifinals before going up against the
Detroit-based school.
WHILE THE SPIKERS appeared to
IM Scores
THURSDAY
Tennis
Independent
Pride of Buimpy's 3. Irradicators 0
Locker Room, 2. Fiji 0
Refried Beans 2, Powerhouse '801
Rig Dogs 2, Arbory Pirates 1
MoJo Netmen 2, Couzens 'D' 1
Residence Hall
Couzens*B' 2, East Quad 1
Reeves 2, Kelsey 'B' 0
Hamilton 2. Couzens 'A' 1
FRIDAY
Tennis
Independent
Navy 3, Lumberjacks 0
Residence Hall
Adams 3, Huber Challengers 0
Elliott 3, MoJo Madmen 0 (forfeit)
Graduate
Natty Dread 0, Trash 0
-~ Fraternity
Phi Delta Theta 3. Kappa Sigma 0
Sigma Alpha Mu 0, Chi Psi0 (double forfeit)
Theta Deltas Chi 3, Sigma Chi 0
Deltas Upsilon 3, Delta Kappa Epsilon 0 (forfeit)
Softball
Independent
Carbides 7, Bursley 0 (forfeit)
Dead Bears 10, Carbides 7
Dead Bears 11, Gonzo Coolers 4
Carriage House 11, Gonzo Coolers 7
Carriage 7, Society 0 (forfeit)
Society 0, Bursley 0 (forfeit)
Graduate
-Psycho Killers 19, Murphy's Law 7
MBA Green 0, MBA Red 0 (double forfeit)
We're a Running Ball Club f. Nu Sigma Nu 5
Reasonable Men 0, Torts Illustrated 0
(double forfeit)
Fraternity
Theta Chi 6, Lambda Chi Alpha 5
Delta Tau Delta 11. Delta Sigma Epsilon 0
Co-Rec
Something Different 9, Cambridge House 1
Breakers 2. State St. Lumberjacks 0
Walloons 20, ziwet Zonkers 5
Farouk 17,'Thumpty Pits 8

tire in'the finals, Coach Sandy Vong felt
his squad held up adequately over a
hard day of volleyball.
"The game could have, gone either
way. Wayne State is a lot more stable
than we are at this point, so they took
the game. But the girls put up a good
fight. I'm really pleased," he said.
Prior to *the Wayne State match,
Michigan players were optimistic about
their team's chances for capturing the
title in their own tournament.

"WE EXPECT Wayne State to be
tough, but we shouldn't have much of a
problem with them," said Wolverine
Janice Marguiles. "I know we can
win."
Her teammates nearly made
Marguiles' prediction come true.

"It was a real close game, and.it was
very well played," said Vong, adding
that "We'll get Wayne next time."
The Wolverines resume action
Tuesday when they host Michigan State
at the CCRB. The match begins at 6
p.m.

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