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Page 8-Tuesday, April 6, 1982-The Michigan Daily

Orioles,
Mur ray
hits slam
BALTIMORE (AP) - Four home runs
including a grand slam by Eddie
Murray, powered the Baltimore Orioles
to a 13-5 victory over the Kansas City
Royals in the American League
opener, yesterday.
Sammy Stewart, the winner in relief,
held off a bases loaded threat in the fif-
th inning. It preserved the triumph af-
ter the Royals had battled back from a
7-1 deficit and pulled to within 7-5 on
George Brett's solo homer in the seven-
th.
A three-run homer by Orioles'
newcomer Dan Ford capped a six run
rally in the bottom of the seventh off
relievers Paul Splittorff and Grant
Jackson and upped Baltimore's hit total
to 16. The game, played in 45 degree
weather, drewa record Baltimore CHIC
regular season crowd of 52,034, which third
included baseball commissioner Bowie Cinci
Kuhn. Cubs

Cubs win openers

Cubs nip
Reds, 3-2
CINCINNATI (AP) - Keith
Moreland drove in two runs with a
home run and a single, and Bump Wills
added a solo homer, yesterday, to
power the Chicago Cubs to a 3-2 eight-
inning victory over the Cincinnati Reds
in a rain-shortened National League
opener.
Wills, who joined the Cubs in spring
training from the Texas Rangers, lined
the second pitch of the ballgame from
Mario Soto over the right field wall for a
1-0 lead.
* Moreland, traded last December by
the Philadelphia Phillies, added a lead-
off homer in the second inning. The ball
landed on top of the left field wall and
bounced over.
Moreland also singled to score Larry
Bowa in the eighth inning, following a
46-minute rain delay, the first of two
rain-forced halts.

AP Photo
AGO CUBS second baseman Bump Wills gets a hearty greeting from
lbase coach Gordy MacKenzie as he rounds third after homering off
nnati Reds pitcher Mario Soto on the second pitch of the season. The
won the opener, 3-2, in the eight-inning rain-shortened game.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

Club Sports Roundup
LACR OSSE
Michigan's stickmen took on two teams last week and grabbed two vic-
tories to raise their record to 5-2 overall. On Wednesday, Michigan hosted
the Chargers of Hillsdale College and won easily, 12-4. Michigan dominated
this penalty-filled game-25 infractions in all and 12 against the
Wolverines-as the man-down defensive unit of Al Martin, Dana Friend, Bob
Holman, Bert McCandless, Julian Epstein, and Al Carpenter shut down the
Hillsdale power play.
Leading 6-0 at the half, Michigan continued to exert,its attack effectively.
Matt Dawe led the scoring for Michigan with one goal and five assists, while
Julian Epstein had four goals, Jim Camilliere and Bill Kalbfleisch put in
three apiece and Howard Handler added one. Shawn Grady and Kevin
Jungquist each contributed to the victory with one assist.
On Saturday, the Michigan stickmen travelled to Columbus and came
back wondering if the effort was worth it. Columbus is currently the number-
one ranked team in the Midwest, and it slid by the Wolverines by one goal, 8-
7. The loss by Michigan was due to the fact that of the three rotating mid-
fields, five of the nine players were missing; three due to injury and two
because of prior commitments.
Superb play in the goal by Mike Keyes kept Michigan in the game. He
finished with 14 saves for the day.
You can witness the stickmen's next dual match against Michigan State
tonight at the Tartan Turf at 8:00 p.m. This game will determine the winner
of the Baggataway trophy which Michigan and Michigan State annually bat-
tle for. Since 1969, Michigan State has brought the trophy home only once
and Michigan has 11 wins.
The Michigan Ultimate Frisbee team has begun its season and continues
to practice every afternoon at the South Ferry Field, located behind the
football practice field. In preparation for its mid-season tournaments, the 22-
member squad has also played in many scrimmages against other Michigan
teams such as Michigan State, Grand Valley, and Kalamazoo College. The
Ultimate Club is involved in several tournaments throughout the season, the
first of which was played this weekend in Washington, D.C.-the annual
April Fool's Day tourney. Forty teams participated; however, Michigan did
not fair too well, losing in the first elimination round to the University of
Massachusetts and the University of Virginia.
,Up and coming in Ann Arbor, to be held on April 17 and 18, is an eight-team
tournament played on Palmer Field. Michigan will host squads from
Chicago, Ohio University, Madison, Antioch College and two other undeter-
mined teams.
RA C QUETB AL L
For the fourth year in a row, the racquetball team went to Memphis, Tenn.
to compete in the National Intercollegiate Championship which is sponsored
by the AARA (American Amateur Racquetball Association). Michigan
gainedimpressive honors as it took third in the nation out of 50 teams.
Larry Fox played as the number one singles, Lee Bentsen played as the
number two singles, and the team of Vince Mack and Mark Richardson
represented the doubles. Fox and Bentsen both lost in the quarter-finals, but
Mack and Richardson went on to win the doubles.
Memphis won the national title for the fourth consecutive year; however,
Mack and Richardson beat a Memphis doubles team in their quest for vic-
tory. Winning the doubles gave the duo a $250 scholarship to go toward school
year 1982-83, paid by Penn Racquetball. Primarily responsible for the
team's success was the support and organizational efforts of Dick Pitcher.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of Michigan
club sports during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sports writer Robin Kopilnick .

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EAST LANSING (UPI) - Michigan
State football coach Muddy Waters said
yesterday he knows of shocking
recruiting violations, including one
school's alleged offer of $6,000 to a
player who subsequently chose the
Spartans instead.
Waters made the comment at a news
conference called to discuss spring
Practice and the 1982 season.
THE AFFABLE coach, in response
Co a reporter's question, said recruiting
violations are "absolutely" as
widespread in football as those given
recent publicity in basketball.
"Some of the things I know would

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shock you - I know th
said the former sma
who came to Mich
Saginaw Valley State(
Waters said one of
recently investigate
because of offers mad
school.
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asked him what had h
the school had offere
envelope," Waters sai
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offer down becaus
wouldn't let him go ti
identify the player..
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cheating.
hey shocked me," "We were disappointe
all college coach inside, but I was very ple
igan State from performance," said co
College in 1980. Goodridge. "It looks a
his players was transition from the ind(
d by the NCAA season has gone more sm
de him by another ever has before."
MICHIGAN TOOK eig
en I found out and finishes including two sc
appened. He said Sue Frederick claimed o
d him $6,000 in an ds with her time of 4:2
d. meters. Penny Neer also
athlete turned the 46' 5%" heave in the shot1
e "his mother "The, shot put isn't
here." He did not main event," said Good
think she'll definitely dot
ads first well as the discus in theF
-ir Another surprise was
ive showing, the dleton raking first in the
tdoor track team This is new for her ands
last weekend, od- learn a lot of new events.
ue to blizzard-like -M
izoo, the Western Wo" In lneIIers 1u
1 was moved in-
rines nonetheless Number one single
ate the 19-team Marion Kremer won e
with a first-place Saturday to lead the Mic
tennis team to a 7-2 victor

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widespread
d to have to go at the Huron Valley Racquet Club.
eased with our Kremer also teamed up with Jane
oach Francie Silfen in defeating the Boilermakers'
as though our first doubles team of Avra and Ana
oor to outdoor Jain, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2 as the Wolverines upped
noothly than it their record to 3-2.
IN SECOND singles, Mary Mac-
ght first-place taggart came from behind and defeated
chool records. Purdue's Molly McGraph, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2,
ne of the recor- while Silfen, playing third singles,
26 in the 1500 whipped Ana Jain, 6-0, 6-0, for
set one with a Michigan.
put. Meanwhile, Wolverine Jill Hertzman
even Penny's also had an easy time in cruising past
ridge. "But I Debbie Prochaska, 6-0, 6-3, in fourth
the shot put as singles. And in fifth singles, Karen
Big Ten meet. Milczarski just got by Boilermaker
Melody Mid- Barb Barnes, 6-4,75--JESSE BARKIN
Pentathalon. K-E , A
she has had to Kaufmiann an All-An inricuai
Michigan gymnast Rick Kaufmann
IKE MCGRAW earned All-American status on the still
lfl rings at the NCAA championships,
Saturday in Lincoln, Neb.
s performer Kaufmann scored a 9.65 in the in-
aasily, 6-0,6-1, dividual finals to tie for sixth in the
higan women's event with Randy Jepson of Penn
y over Purdue State. The top six in the country on
each event make All-American.
"We are extremely proud of Rick
being named an All-American," said
coach Newt Loken. "He really did a
heck of a job for us all season and it's
nice to see him get rewarded."
Tiger opencr ppd.
DETROIT (UPI) - Cold weather Mon-
day chilled the Detroit Tigers out of
their workout and forced the club to
push back its scheduled Tuesday
season opener with the Toronto Blue
Jays.
The club's opener, a near sellout, was
reset for Wednesday afternoon,
originally an open date on the schedule
provided with the knowledge that it of-
ten acts like February in April.

'M' golf team paces
10th in invitational
By KARL WHEATLEY Humenik, whd turned in rounds
and 76 for a twelve-strokes ,ove
The Michigan men's golf team fought total of 156, and he was followed 4
a wet course and high winds, - and 22 by Jim Yaffee at 157. Tied for th
other teams as well, at the Eastern Michian at 161 strokes weri
Kentucky Invitational in Richmond Mibgts, 61hstrdesere
over the weekend, and the Wolverines Roberts,. who had a second-rout
came out of the battle in 10th place with and Ed Frutig. Fifth for the k
a total of 635 strokes. Finishing first at was Gary Zenkel at 171.
603 was the maroon team - a sub squad vitationals under their belts, and
- from Eastern Kentucky, while Ohio the loss to raduation of All-Am
State was fourth at 611 strokes and John oshgaduto o m(
Michigan State ended up eighth with a seems comfortable with the talen
total of 629 strokes squad as it heads into the norther
The Wolverines' total - 59 srokes tion of its schedule.
over par on the par-72 course - came "This is kind of a testing p
about with four of Michigan's top five said Simon. "I like what I'm look
finishers shooting better in the second right now. We don't have a reall
round than in the first .six-man team yet, but we're i
TOP WOLVERINE finisher was Ed

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IF THE WOLVERINES are to im-
prove on last year's seventh-place Big
Ten finish, they will need strong play
from all their players - veterans and
newcomers alike.
. "I think we're better in depth this
year," said Simon of his Blue linksters.
"Humenik is just a steady, steady,
reliable player. We've had a pleasant
surpise in Frutig, and Dan Roberts has
played real well for us. He played a hell
of a round yesterday."
Yet Simon admits that it is "still too
early to make any kind of evaluation."
This weekend the linksters compete i
the Illinois Invitational at Champaig
where there should be six Big Ten
teams in a field of about 16. This should
provide Simon with a better idea of
whether or not the Wolverines are
ready to be more of a force in Big Ten
than they were last year.

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