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Maize n Blue Student Athletic Council
meeting -7 p.m. tonight
at the Women's Athletic Building

SPORTS

I.M. Softball Playoffs
Instant Scheduling
today at the I.M. Bldg.
11 a.m. to8 p.m.

The Michigan Daily Thursday, September 29, 1983 Page 10

Tigers win, 9-5,
as Petry gets 19th

By LARRYFREED

IF

21 birthday wishes . .

BALTIMORE (AP) - Larry Herndon
hit a two-run homer to key an eight-run
second inning as the Detroit Tigers beat
the Baltimore Orioles 9-5 last night.
Detroit sent 13 batters to the plate in
the second against Mike Boddicker, 15-
8, who had hurled a five-hit shutout
against the Tigers in his last start.
Detroit starter Dan Petry, 19-10, pit-
ched six innings to get the victory.
AFTER THE Orioles jumped to a 2-0
lead in the first on Eddie Murray's RBI
single and John Lowenstein's run-
scoring double, Detroit erupted in the
second as seven consecutive batters
delivered hits.
Lou Whitaker, Chet Lemon, Mike

Laga and Wayne Krenchicki all drove
in runs in addition to Herndon's homer,
his 20th, and Alan Trammell's two-run
double.
The Orioles added a run in their half of
the second when' Cal Ripken's single
drove in Rick Dempsey, who had
doubled.
Lenn Sakata and Ripken hit con-
secutive homers in the seventh to cut
the lead to 8-5. It was Sakata's third
homer. Ripken's homer, his 26th, also
tied a team record for most hits in a

wenty-one.
As I sit here on my 21st birthday (unfor-
tunately with nothing better to do at the moment
than write this column), I can't help but be sen-
timental. I can, however, be realistic.
Not only would Walt Disney, if he were still
alive, be interested in my life for another G-rated
film, but I also know that my annual birthday
wish - to be able to slam-dunk a basketball -
will never come to pass. So, I figured for this
milestone birthday I would make some new
wishes for the year.

pics and the NBA.
6. Attendance finally picks up at Michigan
minor sports.
7. I get a fancy sports car just like everyone
else on Greenwood Street.
8. Somebody would notice if the Cross-country
team captures the NCAA championship.
Michigan's first team-title in over a decade.
9. Bo Schembechler would be offered the same
one-million-dollar-per-year USFL contract as
the New Jersey Generals offered Don Shula, to
see if he would take it.
10. He would reject the offer.
11. I could understand why everyone got so up-

season, 205.
The Tigers added a run in
on Herndon's RBI single.

the eighth

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I wish/hope.. .
1. Retired gymnastics coach Newt
Loken does not realize his cheerleading
uniform is older than I am.
2. Prince, in his next Ann Arbor con-
cert appearance, gets ill and Antoine
Joubert subs in; just to see if anyone
could tell the difference.
3. Ross Laser luck in trying to lead
Brian Eisner's tennis team to its record
17th-consecutive Big Ten champion-
ship.
4. Baseball Manager Bud Middaugh
gets recognized as the best coach at
Michigan.
5. Eric Turner has a successful 1983-
84 campaign, so he has the "tough"
decision of choosing between the Olym-

give the man a drink
set that we lost a few boat races.
12. Bill Frieder, the nicest coach in Ann Arbor,
an NCAA berth and a Big Ten basketbal title.
13. Gregory would ice Luke on General
Hospital.
14. Bob Ufer would still be broadcasting
Michigan football games.
15. New York Giant placekicker Ali Haji-
Sheikh had one more year of eligibility.
16. The IM department would finally catchup
with one of the sports editors here who plays on
just about every softball team possible - in-
cluding those at Eastern Michigan.
17. Gilvanni Johnson would have a chance to
catch more than one pass every three games.
18. Michigan State coach George-
Perles a lot of luck after he lost his en-*
tire team last weekend.
19. Basketball center Tim McCor-
mick and tennis player Marian
Kremer, the first team women's All-
America, continued progress with their
injured knees.
20. There were more courses. offered
Y here like Art of the Horror Film.
21. I drank so I could take everyone
up on the bar-hopping offers.

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INDIANA RECEIVER'S STATUS IN QUESTION
Injuries may shoot down Gunn

By RON POLLACK
The question of whether Indiana All-
America candidate Duane Gunn will be
able to drag his bruised and battered
body onto the playing field Saturday
against Michigan still has no definitive
answer. For the time being, the official
word on the wide receiver is that his
status is "questionable."
In the Hoosiers' 10-8 loss to North-
western last weekend, Gunn suffered a
sprained ankle, sprained knee and
strained groin.
OUCH!!!
On Monday, Indiana head coach Sam
Wyche said there was only a 10-percent

Antoine and Prince ...
... have they ever been seen together?

chance that Gunn would play against
the Wolverines.
Gunn did not practice on Monday or
Tuesday, thereby leaving his status up
in the air.
"RIGHT NOW I can't say if he'll be
able to play because he hasn't been able
to practice," said Indiana athletic
trainer Kip Smith yesterday morning.
"I'd say right now he's questionable.
It's a day-by-day thing. He was initially
on ice treatment. Now he's progressed
to heat and whirlpool treatment. He's
improved a little, but he still hasn't
been able to practice."
The injuries of most concern are those
to Gunn's ankle and knee.

"When you're dealing with ligamen-
ts, you're dealing with a significant in-
jury," Smith said. "It's a matter of how
much pain he can put up with in a
game. It could become a chronic injury
if he's rushed back too quickly."
In preparing for the Hoosiers,
however, Michigan is going on the
assumption that Gunn will play.
"Gunn is the type of athlete, bruised
or not, we have to be ready for him,"
Wolverine defensive back John Lott
said. "'Game time comes and it's a
whole different thing. You forget about
the bumps and bruises then."

IM SCORES
Tuesday
Softball
Independent
True Blue S, Losers 2
vikings 11, A Case of Geob's 5
Pine Brothers 15, Beer, Cola, Sleep 11
LM's 9, Hummers 5
Royals over Hams, forfeit
. Fraternity
Phi Sigma Kappa 4, Sigma Chi11 3
Phi Gamma Delta 10, Alpha Tao Omega 3
Sig Eps 11, Kappa Alpha Psi2
Sigma Nu 17, ZBTS
Residence Hall
Elliott B2 7, Chicago House6
Huber A 14, Adams House 1
Co-Rec
Softies 14, S.K.Y.D. 7
Phi Rho Lithopedians 10, Oxford "B" 6
Fred House over Ziwet, forfeit
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