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October 08, 1980 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily Wednesday, October 8, 1980 Poge9

Phils, edge
Luzinski home run
keys playoff opener

Astros, 3-1

Luzinski, battling a near-season-long
slump, hammered a huge, two-run
homer that carried the Philadelphia
Phillies to a 3-1 victory over Houston in
last night's opening game of the 1980
National League Championship series.
Luzinski's sixth-inning shot off Ken
Forsch erased a 1-0 Astro lead and set
off fireworks over Veterans' Stadium
as a playoff-record crowd of 65,277

THE SECOND game in the best-of-
five series will be played tonight in
Forsch had been locked in a tight duel
with Steve Carlton, ace of the Phillies'
staff, but after Luzinski's homer gave
Philadelphia the ibad, it fell to relief
ace Tug McGraw to nail down the vic-
Carlton struggled through the Astros'
seventh, allowing two hits. A neat
pickoff throw by catcher Bob Boone
short-circuited the Houston rally and

then, in the bottom of the seventh,
Phillies Manager Dallas Green lifted
his top starter for a pinch-hitter.
IT WAS a bold move that paid off
when Greg Gross stroked an RBI single
to left, giving Philadelphia a 3-1 lead.
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The rest was up to McGraw, and the
veteran left-hander preserved the vic-
tory, retiring the last three Houston
batters in order after walking leadoff
man Luis Pujols in the ninth.
Carlton, carrying Cy Young creden-
tials that include 24 regular-season vic-
tories and a major league-leading 286

HOUSTON LEFT two runners on
base in each of the first two innings and
then nicked Carlton for a run in the
With one out, Jose Cruz lined a single
off Carlton's glove. The ball was hit so
hard it rolled almost all the way to first
base. Cesar Cedeno followed with a
single to center, moving Cruz to second.
After Art Howe flied out, Gary Woods
drilled a 2-2 pitch off second baseman
Manny Trillo's glove, scoring Cruz. It
was the second hit of the game for
Woods, who spent the 1980 season in the
Pacific Coast League and had played
just 18 games for the Astros after being
purchased from Tucson on Aug. 30.
Armed with the lead, Forsch was
brilliant. He pitched in, out, up
and down and had the Phillies clearly
off balance until the Luzinski homer.

strike-outs, was

shaky early in the

,slide by

Michigan's field hockey team came back from a 1-0
deficit to defeat Eastern Michigan 2-1 yesterday at Ferry
Field. Alex Callam, a junior forward, scored both goals as
the stickers improved their season's record to 6-2.
The game got off to a slovt start, with play being equal on
both the offensive and defensive sides of the field. Although
the Blue presented a strong offense, with several near goals,
it just could not manage to break through and score.
Play in the first half was highlighted by a breakaway and
near goal coming from sophomore forward Marty Maugh.
The first half ended with the score tied 0-0.
Michigan freshman Nancy Hirsch replaced junior
Maureen Vachon in goal starting off the second half. Eastern
came on strong to score within the first five minutes on a
freak shot by sophomore Gail Oljace. The Wolverine offense
came back, retaliating with Callam's first goal, assisted by
sophomore Sara Forrestel.
Within five minutes, Callam struck again for the stickers

on a penalty corner, with a stick stop assisted by sophomore
Dee Jones and junior Julie Forrestel.
Although disappointed with the loss, Eastern Michigan
coach Anne Johnston thought her team made a strong
showing. "We played a very decent game. Our only problem
was when the girls lost their aggressiveness during about a
six minute period in the second half, allowing Michigan to
score twice. I think we played well considering the strong
competition we were up against."
Michigan coach Candy Zientek was happy with the win,
although she seemed to feel the team victory could have been
"It took us awhile to get started. We played sluggishly in
the beginning," said Zientek. "We were playing their game
at their pace, not ours."
Both Callam and freshman halfback Denise Combay
played an excellent game. Each was given the "honorable"
Zinwell trophy, an award bestowed upon the best defense and
offense players of each game.

'M spiker Madison
leaves injury, behind


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Auburn at LSU
Tennessee at Georgia Tech
Mississippi at Georgia
Navy at Air Force
Eastern Michigan at Akron
Central Michigan at Ohio U.
Western Michigan at Kent St.
Yale at Boston College
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PHILADELPHIA STARTING PITCHER Steve Carlton hurls a pitch to an
Astro batter in last night's National League playoff game. The Phillie left-
hander pitched seven innings and picked up the win as Philadelphia edged
Houston, 3-1.
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Jackie Madison had to be content to
sit and watch the women's volleyball
season roll by last year; a back injury
had sidelined the senior spiker not only
for the year, but possibly forever.
Jackie Madison is idle no longer.
Now the fifth year senior is leading
the volleyball team after an amazing.
recovery to what coach Sandy Vong
said he expected to be "dour best
season ever."k
Northern, Madison starred on the
& Wolverine volleyball team her first
three years here. Last year, however,
she suffered a serious injury to the
muscles in her lower back.
"I thought I'd never come back,"
Madison said, "After that injury, I just
figured I'd go on and graduate. But
when it healed, I decided I should play.
I didn't want to look back and say, 'I
should have played."'
Madison is not the only one who is
*happy about her return to the team.
Vong said that co-captain Madison is,
"probably playing the best she ever
has. She's a team leader, and she has
always given me 110 per cent."
MADISON VIEWS her role on the

team not as an individual, but as a team
member. "It's. a partof me to pull this
team together. I feel that everything I
have done is building so that the gir'ls
who come up in future years will have it
easier," said Madison.,
Vong listed one of Madison'stgreatest
assets as her ability to keep the team
loose during a match. "She's usually
very relaxed," Vong said, " and,.she
puts everyone in a very good mood.
Since I'm not out on the floor, I'm not
always able to do that.
Madison said she feels that this
year's team has an. excellent shot to
take the coveted Michigan state cham-
pionship. "Our goals are high, our ex-
pectations are high. We've got one of
the strongest teams I've ever seen. I
believe we'll take the state. We're good
enough to do it."
THERE WILL be no disappointments
this year for Jackie Madison. When she
graduates in December, she plans to go
back to Flint Northern as an assistant
In the meantime, however, she'll be
more than happy to forget last .year's
injury by playing superb volleyball
while working for a state champion-
ship. "It looks good to me," she said,
"everything looks good to me."


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