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Saturday, March 12, 1983

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women leap into track finals

By JOE EWING
Special to the Daily
PONTIAC-Soaring to impressive heights and distances,
the Michigan's women track and field team placed two jum-
pers into today's finals while competing at the NCAA indoor
championship preliminaries yesterday at the Pontiac Silver-
dome.
Wolverine senior Joanna Bullard, who last week won the
Big Ten title with a 5'10" jump, cleared a personal best and
Michigan record 6'0" to advance to the finals.
"IT'S (JUMPING 6'0") been my goal for two years," said
an exuberant Bullard, who was the first of eight competitors
to clear 6'0" at the meet. "I was hoping no one else would get
it so I wouldn't have to jump again."
The high jump field started off with 22 entrants, but was
soon narrowed down to 15 at 5'10". Next, the bar was placed
at 6'0", where the Wolverine All-American cleared the
height, watching the bar wobble for a few seconds before
receiving approval from the judge. Her previous best was
5"11/4".
In another jump, this time the long jump, Wolverine Lorrie
Thornton hit a 19'111/2" leap to also qualify for the finals.
Earlier this year Thornton had been plagued by foul and
technique problems.
"MY PROBLEM WAS I had so much speed that when I got
up to the board, I didn't think I was in control," Thornton said,
commenting on her early season troubles. "I was having a
losing season."
But the Michigan senior turned things around last week
and went 19'/4" at Madison to take the Big Ten crown and
qualify for this week's NCAAs. Thornton also hopes she has
turned things around for today's final indoor competition.
"I'm really going to have to perform well," said Thornton,
who also ran in the 60-yard dash but missed the final cut o.f~f
by .01. "I feel really, really good."
THE WOLVERINES ALSO had three other runners in the
meet, but none of them were able to make it past the
preliminaries.
Sue Frederick-Foster, Michigan's premiere miler, got
boxed-in on the final lap of her qualifying heat and finished a
dissappointing fifth with a time of 4:50.41.
"It was on tactical difficulties," said Coach Francie
Goodridge. "She lost out because of her tactics."
Michigan also entered senior Melanie Weaver in the two-
mile event and freshman Joyce Wilson in the 600-yard run,
but both ran into problems in the preliminaries.
Weaver kept up with the leaders until the half-way mark in
her race, but then fell behind and wound up seventh in

10:13.18. Wilson had similar difficulties and was fourth in her
heat with a 1:25.29 clocking.
Diemer and Donakowski qualify
Special to the Daily
PONTIAC-Michigan seniors Brian Diemer and Gerard
Donakowski will end their indoor track season in style by
running together in the finals of the two-mile run at the NCAA
indoor track and field championships today at the Pontiac
Silverdome.
Getting into the finals however, was not an easy thing for the
Wolverine duo, as both had hard-fought tactical battles on the
wooden indoor track in the prelimineries.
DIEMER WON his prelim by coming from behind with a
kick in the final two laps finishing in 8:45.04, nearly one
second better than 8:45.89 by second-place Peter Koaech of
Washington State.
Donakowski, who ran in a fast heat with Colorado's NCAA
cross-country champ Mark Scrutton (8:43.05), Clemson's
Hans Koeleman (8:42.8). and UTEP's Gidamis Shahanga
(8:42.66), placed fourth in his heat in 8:43.14.
Today's race, however, will be won on speed instead of tac-
tics, according to Wolverine head coach Jack Harvey. Har-
vey intends to let his key Wolverine distance men run their
own race.
TODD STEVERSON may have run his own race for the.{7
Wolverines, but it was not enough to qualify him for the
finals. The freshman sensation was placed in a 600-yard run
heat with 440 world-record-holder Sunder Nix of Indiana and.
Mark Rowe of Jackson State. Steverson ended up fourth with
a time of 1:12.02.
In addition, junior long jumper Derek Harper competed for.
the Wolverines and came 1/2" shy of making the finals with a
leap of 24'5".
In other action, Indiana's Jim Spivey, who last week took
the Big Ten championships in both the one- and two-mile
events, made it to the mile final with a 4:04.86 finish in his
preliminary heat. Tennessee's Willie Gault was a double
qualifier in both the 60-yard dash and the 60-yard hurdles.
with times of 6.18 and 7.07 respectively.
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ORLANDO, Fla.-Thirteen was a
lucky number for the Michigan
baseball team in its season-opening
doubleheader against Central Florida.
The team scored 13 runs in each game,
winning 13-3 and 13-4.
In the first game, the score was tied
at two going into the sixth inning, but
Michigan scored eight runs to put the
game out of reach.
WITH ONE MAN on and two out,
Chuck Froning struck out on a wild pit-
ch, and reached first as the ball went to.
the backstop. The next batter, Chris
Sabo, with the help of 25-30 mile-an-
hour winds, hit a 400-foot blast over the
center-field fence. An error, a walk and
four more hits allowed the Wolverines
to take a 10-2 lead before the inning
finally ended.
Pitcher Rich Stoll went the distance
to get the win, recording 4 strikeouts
while allowing eight hits and just one walk
The second game was even easier for
the Wolverines. They took a 2-0 lead in
the first inning on two walks, a double
and a sacrifice fly. Central Florida
came back with two runs in the second
to tie the score.
MICHIGAN WENT ahead for good in
the third inning when Barry Larkin
started a two-run rally by beating out
an infield hit. After a sacrifice, he
scored on a single by first baseman Ken
Hayward. Jeff Jacobson then doubled
in Hayward to cap the inning's scoring.
The Wolverines scored three runs
in each the f:ourth, s ixth and seventh
innings, while Central Florida could
only muster two more runs the rest of
the way. With two out in the sixth, Sabo
unloaded his second home-run of the
day. Two batters later, Hayward added
a two-run blast.
Right-hander Dave Kopf hurled a
complete game for Michigan, allowing
six hits and three earned runs.
Central Florida fell to 8-9-1 after the
losses.
Michigan will try to justify 10th and
20th place rankings in two recent
collegiate baseball polls as they con-
tinue their southern roadtrip.
Tomorrowm the team will take on
James Madison and Columbia Univer-
sity.

Blue Ja-s 11.,Tigers 7
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) - Rooke out-
fielder Mitch Webster drove in four
runs yesterday to lead the Toronto Blue
Jays to an 11-7 victory over the Detroit
Tigers in exhibition baseball.
Toronto rallied from a 4-0 first inning
deficit by scoring runs in all but one of
the final eight innings.
PITCHER MARK Eichhorn walked
the first four Tigers he faced. Larry
Herndon, who finished the game with
three RBI, singled in two more runs on
Detroit's only hit of the first inning. The
Tigers scored their fourth run on a
throwing error by Toronto short stop
Tony Fernandez.
The Blue Jays tagged Detroit starter
and loser Jack Morris for one run on
Jesse Barfield's homer in the second
and two runs in the third on a single by
Jorge Orte and a bounce out by Willie
Upshaw. They tied the game in fourth
when Cliff Johnson's sacrifice fly
scored Lloyd Moseby, who led off the
inning with a triple.
Toronto went ahead for good in the
fifth inning on Webster's two-run triple,
adding insurance runsinthe sixth on his
bases-loaded walk, in the eighth on
Webster's double and in the ninth.
White Sox 20, Mets 5
SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) - Rookie out-
fielder Ron Kittle smashed two homers
yesterday, his first and second of the
spring, and drove in five runs as the un-
defeated Chicago White Sox won their
fifth game with a 20-5 victory over the
New York Mets.
Kittle, who hit 50 home runs in the
minor leagues last season, and 40 the
year before, connected in his first two
times at bat. Both homers soared far
over the left field fence and were off
Craig Swan, ace of the Mets' staff.

THE SOX had four multiple run
rallies and batted around in the second
and sixth innings.
they clustered eight hits off Swan in a
10-run second inning burst and scored
six more runs in the sixth when Tim
Leary was routed with a six-hit barrage
that included a home run by Rusty Kun-
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Mary Foley. Veteran first baseman
Mike Squires, who had three hits, also
homered for Chicago.
The White Sox finished the game with
19 hits, eight of them for extra bases.
LaMarr Hoyt and Dennis Lamp each
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Hoyt started and gave up two single
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The final three Met runs came off
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