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Page 12-Friday, March 25, 1983-The Michigan Daily
Golfers start on uncertain course

By AMY SCHIFF
It will be a Tee party down south as
the Michigan golfers begin their
. 1983 season today with a road-trip to St.
Augustine, Florida.
"Overall, we are a reasonably inex-
perience, basically untested team,"
said coach Jim Carras. "It's very dif-
ficult to predict how well we'll do."
FROM LAST SEASON'S squad of
twelve, the Wolverines lost four
seniors, three of whom were prime
players. This year, three team mem-
bers have never played competitive
collegiate golf. Carras, however,
remains confident. "You never know,
we might do better with the young kids
... we'll just have to wait and see how
they respond," he said.
The leaders of the team include, at
the number one spot, sophomore Dan

Roberts. Roberts is very talented and
has a super attitude. Seniors John
Noland and Mark DeWitt (co-captain
with Roberts) are next on the green.
Noland, a transfer student, is playing
on one term of eligibility. "He's an
unknown quantity.. . that's just it, our
entire team is basically unknown," said
Carras. "I'm hoping that certain young
men will emerge from the Florida and
immediately following Kentucky
trips.".
Carras must choose six players to
compete. From these, the five lowest
scores are counted. "To be a com-
petitive team, you have to have an
average score of 75. . . and that's just
to be competitive, not necessarily to
win," commented Carras. "It's a bat-
tle. There are schools that beat our pan-
ts, that shouldn't. We try to sell recruits
on the University of Michigan, the

athletic program and the fine golf cour-
se ... however we have very limited
aid offered to us," he continued. "If a
top-notch player wants to go to the
University of Michigan and play golf,
but is offered a full scholarship at
Michigan State, we lose him.
"I'M TRYING like hell to put a great
team together, especially because the
Big Tens will be played here in Ann Ar-
bor in 1985. .. We're gonna do it, it will
take hard work and a lot of luck."
At this point, Carras would be pleased
to finish fifth in the Big Ten for,1983,
however, he knows little of the quality
of new competition and remains op-
timistic of finishing in the top three.
Michigan will play in the South and
work its way north throughout the mon-
th of April. The Wolverines, however,
will not competitively play the Ann Ar-
bor course until the first of May.

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Southern
By TIM MAKINEN
Although its South Carolina trip en-
ded on a low note, the Michigan sof-
tball team is hardly singing the blues.
The Wolverines displayed power at the
plate and steady fielding during the
round of games in the South, thus in-
dicating they should do well in the up-
coming regular season.
Michigan, which arrived back in Ann
Arbor late Wednesday night, swept the
first seven games of its trip before
falling twice to the'Gamecocks of South
Carolina, 5-0 and 2-0. During the seven-
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trip brightens
game winning streak, the Wolverines against Min
pummeled opponents from Seton Hall, team "will b
the University of Massachusetts, Wolverines(
Rutgers, Drexel, and Ohio University. games, they1
Michigan now stands at 12-7 overall. winning song
"WE HIT the ball very well and Minneso
played all the games up to our potential
except for the last two," said head ORLANDO
coach Bob DeCarolis. "We were defen- hit a grand s
sively better, and we were more seven-run fif
agressive offensively than during the Twins whipp
team's California trip in February." in exhibition1
The Wolverines will now ready them- Kent Hrb
selves for the regular season opener homered in t
against Minnesota on April 2 in Min- on consecuti
nesota. The team is basically set in its Dacko, befor
lineup, with Jan Boyd, Sandy Taylor, blast off reli
and Carol Allis comprising the pitching Jack O'Cor
staff. In addition, DeCarolis sees no was credited
major problems in the team's hitting or nesota, even
fielding, adding that Michigan will runs to Larr
work on "a few individual refinemen- and Marty Cc
ts"over the next week. Aaron l
Still, the two losses to South Carolina WEST PA
pose a large question mark for run king He
Michigan. It remains to be seen 'he plans to*
whether the softballers can rise to the league basel
occasion in big games, as South he be consi
Carolina was by far the best team they replace Com
faced on their southern excursion. But Aaron
"It was a complete breakdown," said Braves' min
DeCarolis, refering to the losses. "I said he does
don't know whether it was just a bad seriously by
day or what. Our mental-emotional said he exp
level was not where it should have been. sider their a
You can't afford to do that against the Kuhn before
good teams." "I KNOWI
DeCarolis is confident, though, that a reality, r
Michigan will not have a letdown Aaron said.

nnesota, saying that the
e fired up then". And if the
can do that in all their
have the potential to play a
all season long.
ta 13,Detroit 6
D, Fla. (AP)-Gary Ward
lam homer in Minnesota's
th inning yesterday as the
ped the Detriot Tigers 13-6
baseball.
ek and Gary Gaetti also
the seventh for Minnesota,
ive pitches off loser Ken
xe Ward connected for his
ever Kevin Saucier.
nnor, 4-0 in exhibition play,
d with the victory for Min-
though he gave up home
y Herndon, Lance Parrish
astillo.
obbies for top spot
LM BEACH, Fla. - Home
enry Aaron said yesterday
write the owners of major
ball's 26 teams asking that
idered as a candidate to
missioner Bowie Kuhn.
, who is running the Atlanta
or league camp this spring,
not expect to be considered
the owners. Instead, he
ects the owners to recon-
action last year and rehire
his term expires in August.
IT'S a long way from being
me being commissioner,"
"We've had two black

managers in two decades; you ain't
going to be a black commissioner.
"But what the heck, we've made
some progress in this country. I'll write
letters to the owners, telling them I'd
like to be considered for the job. All
they can do is say 'no,' and I've been
told 'no' a lot more than I've been told
yes' in my lifetime.
Aaron said he decided to propo
himself as an alternative candidate
Kuhn, even though he expects Kuhn to
be re-elected.
"I HAVEN'T heard anyone except
Bowie say they want the job," he said.
"So I'm stepping forward and saying,
'Well, yes, I'll take it.' I don't know
what type of job it is, really. Maybe
I'm applying for something I don't
want.
Aaron, 49, said his candidacy has
nothing to do with his long-running fe
with Kuhn. "I really believe the co
missioner will be rehired," he said.
Baseball owners voted last Novem-
ber not to retain Kuhn after the end of
his term in August,but there is now a
movement among some owners to have
Kuhn renominated before he leaves of-
fice.
Aaron said in an interview Wed-
nesday with USA Today, the national
newspaper, that as commissioner he
would "try to bring the public tru
back in the players and owners. I think
I have an understanding of the game
and its people that a commissioner
should have. I finished. my playing
career on top and I wouldn't mind en-
ding my baseball career on top, too."

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