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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Sunday, September 25, 1983

Purdue falls to NU;

Page 7.
Larkin leads hopefuls
for Olympic tryouts

faces Stickers
By TOM KEANEY any other
Sophomore Lisa Griswold scored said Michi
Northwestern's only goal, and it proved Michiga
,t to be enough as the Wildcat stickers let Friday
posted a 1-0 shutout victory over Pur- them dow
due at Ferry Field, yesterday. Stevens sa
Northwestern now has two shutouts of the seas
in as many games of the weekend tour- but you ha
nament, beating Michigan 2-0 on seventh g
Friday. Michigan':
GRISWOLD, DISPLAYING the form Today's
that made her Northwestern's leading Field.
scorer last year as a freshman, put the Spikers
Wildcats on the scoreboard at 5:55 of the
first half.
A centering pass by Katie Kochman- CHAMP
sky and a tip by forward Cathy volleyball,
Oleykowski left Griswold in the clear to in five gan
put Northwestern ahead for good. Coach
Griswold, who scored a goal against team's su(
Michigan, showed impressive ball han- blocking
dling ability and quickness. pretty mu
Purdue coach Nancy Cross was not se."
too happy with her team's performan- Sue Rog
ce. "Defensively, I thought we played the best r
pretty well, but on the other side of the and 2 bloc]
ield we were doing too much passing Women
when we should have been shooting."
LOOKING AHEAD to today's game KENOSf
against Michigan, Cross said that cross coun
although she has not seen them play yet Midwest C
this year, Michigan will be a tough op- Today's
ponent with goalie Johnnie Terry being Kenosha,
its major obstacle. ting as th
"They're (Purdue) a fast team, a lot with 195
of speed. All of the Big Ten teams are schools: I1
competitive. Any one team could beat and Northv
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Ar-masI
DETROIT (AP) - Tony Armas third on a
drove in four runs with a pair of home scored on
runs, including an inside-the-park shot, Armas f
to back the five-hit pitching of John top of the
Tudor and Bob Stanley and : lead the cled the b
Boston Red Sox to a, 5-3, victory over away fror
the Detroit Tigers Saturday afternoon. 36th home
The Tiger loss guaranteed the 104
Baltimore Orioles no worse than a tie Tudor, i
for the American League East title. walked th
With tw6 out in the first, Jim Rice raise his
singled and Armas followed 'with . to 6-1. All
drive deep into the upper-deck in left ninth on a
center field off Detroit starter Dan and Lemo
Petry, 18-10. Stanley
4 BOSTON added three runs in the eighth. allowed L
Jeff Newman led off with a double, took final out t4

today
school in the conference."
gan coach Candy Zientek.
n stickers, now 1-1, should not
y's loss to Northwestern get
vn as Wildcat coach Nancy
aid, "That was our best game
on. Michigan is a great team,
ve to remember that was our
ame of the season. It was only
s second."
game starts at 10:00 at Ferry
s down Illini
Special to the Daily
AIGN - Michigan's women's
team defeated Illinois Friday
nes: 11-15, 15-9, 5-15, 16-14, 15-9.
Sandy Vong attributed the
ccess to strong blocking, "Our
was outstanding, in fact, it
ch stopped the Illinois offen-
ers, a senior at Michigan, had
record with two stuff blocks
' assists.
n harriers third
Special to the Daily
HA, Wisc - The women's
ntry team will chalk up the
ollegiate race to experience.
10-kilometer race in
Wisconsin proved disappoin-
e Wolverines finished sixth
points behind the top three
owa State (45) Purdue (56),
iwestern (63).

By EDA BENJAKUL
Olympic-bound hopefuls were on
hand Saturday at Ray L. Fisher
Stadium where tryouts for the first
Olympic baseball team were held.
"Baseball will be played at the '84
Olympics as exhibition games and the
committee will decide if it will become
an official sport," said Michigan Bud
Middaugh. "Many of the colleges want
it to become anOlympic sport."
MICHIGAN WAS asked to be one of
the 65 sites holding tryouts and is the
only one in the state. Middaugh at-
tributes that to the "success of the team
and the facilities at the University."
With a 50-9 record last year, and the
distinction of being ranked third in the
country, one can hardly argue. The
crowd, though, was sparse. "I expected
a lot more and was surprised that only
75 people came out. We could've had
four to five hundred," said the
Michigan coach. I
Middaugh has the job of being coor-
dinator of the Michigan tryouts and
recommending the top 10-percent from

these trials. He then narrows that select:
group to one or two players to the ;
regional tryouts.
"PLAYERS WILL be rated on their
60-yard running times, fielding, hitting,
and a radar gun will be used for pit-
chers," Middaugh said.
He also stated the results of the
Saturday tryouts won't be released un-,
til Monday but commented that, "a
couple of the Michigan players have a
good chance and are as good or better
than the players seen today (Satur.-
day)."
A prospect to look for will be Barry.
Larkin, a sophomore shortstop on the'
Michigan team. Barry, who was the
only starting freshman on the team last
year hit .360, had 5 home runs and hasa,
time of 6.4 on the 60 yd. dash.
"I HOPE TO think they're (his chart
ces of making the team) good, "Larkin
said. "It's been a dream of mine to play
baseball for the United States and the
Olympics."

Illinois quarterback Jack Trudeau tries a pass as Michigan State's Dave
Wolff (56) and Tom Allan (59) move in too late during the Illinois 20-10 vic-
tory over the Spartans yesterday. See story page 8.

IgS beat Tigers, 53
a single by Wade Boggs and Nebraska 42, UCLA 10 Sii~fnlp~

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Onl(id

Rice's sacrifice fly.
followed with a drive off the
fence in center field and cir-
ases when the ball bounced
mi Chet Lemon. It was Armas'
er and raised his RBI total to
3-11 surrendered four singles,
hree and struck out three to
career record against Detroit
the Tiger runs came in the
two-out error by Wade Boggs
n's two-run single.
relieved after the error,
Lemon's single, then got the
o record his 32nd save.

LINCOLN (AP) - Top-ranked
Nebraska, aided by two Mike Rozier
touchdowns,sovercame au10-point
deficit and six first-half fumbles t
defeat stubborn UCLA 42-10 in a non-
conference college football Saturday.
The victory was Coach Tom Osbor-
ne's 100th in his 11-year career. His first
also came against UCLA in 1973.
Nebraska, 4-0, also extended the
nation's current longest winning streak
to 14.
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NEWPORT (AP) - The final battle
between Liberty and Australia II for
the America's Cup was postponed today
due to shifting wind conditions and the
lack of a steady breeze on Rhode Island
Sound.
The climax of the best-of-seven series
for the sailing world's top prize was
rescheduled for Sunday.

SCORES

- "WI

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FALL
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College Football
College Football
Iowa 20, Ohio State 14
Ilinois 20, Michigan State 10
Northwestern 10, Indiana 8
Purdue 32, Minnesota 20
Mississippi St 13, Arkansas 10
Kansas 26, USC 20
Auburn 37, Tennessee 14
Maryland 13, Pittsburgh 7
North Carolina 51, William & Mary 20
Georgia 31, South Carolina 13

West Virginia 27, Boston College 17
Florida 35, Mississippi 12
Baseball
American League
Boston 5, Detroit 3
Chicago 2, California 0
New York 9, Cleveland 1
Oakland 2, Toronto 1g(10)
National League
Philadelphia 9, St. Louis 5
Pittsburgh 1, Montreal0
Atlanta 3. Los Angeles 2

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