Page 8--Saturday, April 10, 1982-The Michigan Daily
Stadler, Strange share one-shot
lead at weather-plagued Masters
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP)- With a
frustrated Jack Nicklaus backing off,
Curtis, Strange and Craig Stadler
surged into a share of the early lead
yesterday in the second round of the
46th Masters golf tournament.
'With a handful of players still out on
the windswept Augusta National Golf
Club course, Stadler and Strange
shared the top spot at par 144.
Strange had a second-round 70, 2 un-
der par, and the chunky Stadler, the
man the other touring pros call "the
Walrus," shot a 69.
TOM KITE and defending champion
Tom Watson rallied from the confiden-
ce-shattering effects of horrendous
first rounds and bounced back into the
title chase. Kite had a wildly erratic
round of 69 and a 145 total.
Watson, twice a winner of this
coveted event and reasserting himself
as golf's dominant figure, lost 5 shots to
par on the last three holes he played in
the morning round, took a fat 77 for that
rain-interrupted round and then
rebounded with a 69 that put him at 146,
2 over par. Also at 146 were Nicklaus
and Seve Ballesteros.
Thursday's play was interrupted by a
late-afternoon cloudburst that stranded
36 players on the course. Nicklaus and
By JIM DWORMAN
Special to the Daily
Watson were among the group that had
to return shortly after daybreak to
finish off first-round play.
NICKLAUS birdied two of his last
three holes in the morning round and
recorded a 69 that gave him 3-shot
command of the tournament he has won
a record five times.
But Nicklaus apparently couldn't
handle the demands of the greens thaO
became glass-slick in the brisk winds
that swept the course in the afternoon.
He lost 2 shots to par over the front
side, turned in 38, then birdied the 10th.
BUT HE missed the green, chipped
short and then 3-putted for a double
bogey on the 11th, dropping back to par
for the tournament, then 3-putted again
on the 12th.
With five holes to play he was 1 over
"I feel like I've been riding the bull at
Gilley's," Kite said after his effort that
included eight birdies, a double bogey
and three bogeys.
HALE IRWIN, a two-time U.S. Open
champ, and Johnny Miller, a former
American and British Open title-holder,
were the two biggest casualties of the
cut, which was set at 154, the highest in
Masters history. Irwin shot 78-158 and
"I'm just glad I had that 69 in the
morning," Nicklaus said. "It gave mea
"I didn't play all that much differen-
tly from this morning. But if you don't
have the ball close to the hole you were
gonna have three-putts-and I did."
He did on three occasions, two
producing bogeys, one a double bogey-
Daily rnoto by BRANMASrK
Michigan football coach Bo-Schembechler prepares his squad for the annual spring game, April 17, which will close out
spring practice. Schembechler said that the team will probably be equally divided and coaches assigned to each group
for the spring showdown to be held at Michigan Stadium.
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... second round co-leader
45 halftime lead. The Bucks held off the Pistons in the second
half to preserve the win.
PONTIAC- The Pistons honored their 25th anniversary "Wnen our big people play good, physical, intelligent,
All-Star team at halftime of their game last night. And in . basketball, we're tough to beat," said Lanier, who joined
recognition of the event, the team did what it did best for the Dave -Bing, George Yardley, Bailey Howell, Dave
DeBusschere and Gene Shue as the halftime honories.
The Milwaukee Bucks, led by Sidney Moncreif's 35 points Teamed with Alton Lister and Mickey Joenson in the Bucko
and Bob Lanier's 26, bruised their way to a 118-100 victory front line, Laner clogged the middle to keep the Pistons
away from the basket throughout the game. For these tac-
COUPLED WITH Atlanta's 103-88 victory over , tics, Milwaukee was called for zone defense violation three
Philadelphia last night, the Pistons were virtually eliminated times but it did not hurt the visitors as Detroit could only
from the playoffs. 'score one point on the resulting free throws.
Milwaukee, whose starting five is, on the average, nearly On the other-end of the court Moncreif scored with relative
two inches taller and six pounds heavier per position, ease including 12 points on offensive rebounds. John Long's
outrebounded Detroit by a 33-17 margin as it opened up a.69- 27 points went relatively unnoticed for the Pistons.
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SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
Badgers name new cage coach
MADISON, Wis. (AP)- Ken Ander-
son, highly successful coach at Univer-
sity of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, was ap-
pointed yesterday as the new coach at,
the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Anderson's selection as coach of the
Big Ten team ended a five-week search'
for a successor to Bill Cofield, who
resigned under fire with a year
remaining on his contract.
ANDERSON, 49, whose teams racked
up a 553-136 record in 14 years at UW-
Eau Claire, pledged to turn the floun-
dering Badger basketball program
But he told a news conference in the
UW Field House he did not expect to
perform a miracle in his first seasons.
He was signed to a five-year contract at
an undisclosed salary..
"Right now, the biggest task is get-
ting some players," said Anderson, who
inherited a freshman-dominated squad
Spring game set
The annual Michigan spring football
game will be played April 17 at
Michigan Stadium and Athletic Direc-
tor Don Canham has announced that all
gate receipts from the contest will be
used for women's athletic scholarships.
Approximately 250 press box seats'
will go on sale for $10 at 8:30 p.m.,
Kansas City 4, Detroit 2
Milwaukee 15, Toronto 4
Chicago5,New York 0
Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 0
Atlanta 6. Houston 2
Montreal 2, PhiladelphiaB
Milwaukee 118 Detroit 100
Tuesday, at the Michigan Ticket Office.
The reminder of the tickets will be sold
for the standard admission charge of $2
for adults and $1 for students.
Hawks 103, 76ers 88
ATLANTA (AP) - The Atlanta
Hawks combined a stingy defense with
balanced scoring by Dan Roundfield,
Eddie Johnson and John Drew to take a
103-88 victory over the Philadelphia
76ers yesterday in National Basketball
After trailing several times by as
many as 17 points, Philadelphia out-
scored the Hawks 9-0 midway through
the fourth period to pull to within five at
88-83. Maurice Cheeks, who did not
score during the first three periods, led
the rally with five points.
But Atlanta then outscored the 76ers
the rest of the way 13-5, mostly on free
throws by Johnson and Roundfield.
Roundfield wound up with 20 points to
lead the Hawks' scoring, while Johnson
and Drew each had 18.
Julius Erving scored 26 for
Philadelphia and Andrew Toney con-
Celtics 106, Nets 103
BOSTON (AP)- Robert Parish'
scored 36 points including 24 in the first
half, and the Boston Celtics clinched
their third consecutive Atlantic
Division championship last night with a
106-103 National Basketball Association
victory over the New Jersey Nets.
With their 23rd victory in the last 2.5
games, the Celtics boosted their overall
record to 60-17 with just five games
remaining. The Philadelphia 76ers
bowed out of the chase in a 103-88 loss at
PARISH HIT on 16 of'21 field goal at-
tempts in his second most productive
game of the season. The 7-foot center
also grabbed 13 rebounds.
Larry Bird, scoreless in the opening
period, came off the bench and finished
with 16 points, including a key driving
layup after New Jersey had pulled to
within two points, 102-100.
Four other Boston players scored in
double figures. Kevin McHale- had 12
points; M.L. Carr and Cedric Maxwell,
11 each; and Gerald Henderson 10.
Due to inclement weather, today's
and tomorrow's Michigan-Detroit
double-headers have been cancelled.
The next home game for the Wolverines
will be Tuesday, April 13, when they
meet Wayne State for a single game at
Fisher Stadium at 3:00 p.m.
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