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Women's Gymnastics
Michigan Invitational
March 16-17 at Crisler Arena

SPORTS

Men's Basketball vs. Wichita State
Thursday, 8 p.m.
Crisler Arena
Tickets $7 or $4 with U of M ID

The Michigan Daily

Thursday, March 15, 1984

Page 7

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upplies, During the next nine days the Michigan baseball
a. This team will get a good idea of just how it will stack
56J0317 up this season against the powers from around the
w Wave nation. The Wolverines left early this morning for
Tennis Edinburg, Texas, where they are scheduled to
57J0317 play nine games during their annual spring trip.
Plants, Michigan, which tied with first-ranked Arizona
ree ad St. for third in last year's College World Series.
55J0317 opens its season Friday against Central
jackets, Michigan. The Wolverines then have two games
nd tennis each scheduled with Pan American, Maine,
54J0317 Bradley and Miami (Ohio).
PUS THIS YEAR'S trip finds Michigan facing
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trip having been not as successful as previous
years," warned Middaugh. "Usually we have
teams (scheduled) we just show up to beat, this
year there are none."
Four of the players who helped make previous
trips so successful are gone. Second baseman Jeff
Jacobson, Michigan's most valuable player in
1983, was lost to graduation. Pitchers Rich Stoll,
Dave Kopf and third baseman Chris Sabo
bypassed their senior years to sign with
professional teams.
MIDDAUGH'S two major areas of concern are
pitching and outfield. The pitching staff will be
anchored by seniors Gary Wayne and Bill Shuta,
and sophomores Scott Kamieniecki and Casey
Close.
Wayne posted a 7-2 record last season, and led
the Big Ten with an ERA of 1.00. Wayne is the only
established southpaw on the team. Shutta had an
outstanding freshman year, but hasn't been able
to match his 1981 performance since. Both
Kamieniecki and Close had records of 5-1 last
season. Freshmen southpaws Dave Karasinski
and Jon Wood will see action in relief during the
trip.
In the outfield Michigan will have sophomore
Mike Watters returning in right, freshman Rob
Huffman in center, and Close in left, when he is not
on the mound.
WATTERS hit .314 last year with 12 stolen bases
and Close hit .280. Others that will get a chance in
the outfield are sophomores Dan Disher and Chris
Gust, and junior Jeff Minick. Middaugh hopes the
trip will give him the chance to try different
outfield combinations.
"We're going to give a lot of people a chance in
the outfield," he noted. "We have a lot of
versatility, it's just a matter of finding the right
combination."
The infield is a bit more stable. Returning at
shortstop is sophomore Barry Larkin. Larkin hit
.352 with 37 RBIs in 1983. C.J. Beshke will be given
a long look at second base. Beshke appeared in 39
games last year in a reserve role, hitting .265.
JUNIOR Ken Hayward will wear the big glove
at first base. Hayward hit .335 with 50 RBIs during

the 1983 campaign. Hayward will double as
Michigan's bullpen ace in 1984. The 6-4, 225-
pounder appeared in only five games as a pitcher
last season, compiling a 2-0 record.
Freshman Matt Siuda will attempt to fill the
hole created at third base by Sabo's departure.
Siuda is a ninth-round draft pick of Pittsburgh
Pirates. Sophomore Kurt Zimmerman will also
see action at the hot corner, or in the outfield. -
Behind the plate will be senior Rich Bair. Bair
was a first team All-Big Ten selection in 1983. He
ate up opposing pitching last year, finishing the
season with a team-leading .393 average.
Sophomore Eric Sanders will back up Bair.
Sanders hit .292 in limited action last season.
THE DESIGNATED-HITTER spot will be
occupied by senior Chuck Froning. Froning
played every position last year except center-field,
hitting .288 in 50 games.
Newcomers that figure to see plenty of action

for the Wolverines include freshman Hal Morris:
(first bast), Mike Betz (catcher), and junior-
transfer student Danny Teresa (outfield).
A major obstacle the Wolverines will have to
overcome if they wish to have a successful spring;
trip is the transition from playing indoors (at the.
football field house) to outdoors. Middaugh believes
this is especially difficult for the pitchers.*
"Our pitchers are throwing while wearing turf:
shoes, and they're protected by screens. It's not
the same," said the fifth-year mentor, "We tend to
have control problems during the trip."
Middaugh contrasted his team's "spring.
training" with the major league exhibition season.
"We can't go out like a pro team and just let
anyone go at it. We have to start to compete at a
national level. We have to be competitive that first
game. Our spring training was up here."
During the next week Michigan will find out just.
how effective that spring training was.

Daily Photo by JEFF SCHIER
Sophomore shortstop Barry Larkin puts the tag on an opposing player in action last year. Larkin
should be a key performer this year as the Wolverines try to repeat last year's third-place finish
in the College World Series.

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Pistons fall flat netters open

By SCOTT SALOWICH AND
TED LERNER
Special to the Daily
Pontiac - For the second game in a
row the Pistons came up flat against an
inspired opponent as they fell to the
Denver Nuggets last night, 125-121.
Denver center Dan Schayes' two free
throws broke a tie with 21 seconds left
in the game to ice the victory before
13,552 fans at the Silverdome.
THE FIRST HALF resembled the
December 13th shoot-out between, the
two teams, a 186-184 triple-overtime
Piston victory. This time Denver shot a
blistering seventy percent from the
field to gain a 77-70 halftime lead.
In the fourth quarter the Pistons
erased the Denver advantage and took
the lead with nine minutes remaining
behind Vinnie Johnson's seven straight
points. Denver however, was able to
stop the Pistons' comeback by con-
trolling the tempo of the game.
"We were doing a good job shutting
them down in the second half," said
Denver coach Doug Moe. "It became
more of a half-court game.".
THE LOSS was "disappointing" to
Pistons' coach Chuck Daly, who is con-
cerned about his team' playoff drive.
"We're in a tough situation right now,"
he said. "We can't afford to be tired this
time of year. We've got to respond."
The Nuggets were led by Alex
English's 37 points and Kiki Van-
deweghe's 32.
Isiah Thomas was the high scorer for
the Pistons with 24 points and Kelly
Tripucka chipped in 16 before leaving
the game in the third quarter with a
bruised thigh.
Detroit remains in second place, one
half game behind Milwaukee in the
Central Division.

Bruins 4, Wings 2
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - Red Wing coach Nick
Polano's game plan succeeded last
night - except for one unexpected
penalty.
Polano said Detroit "planned to
match them (the Boston Bruins) hit for
hit, bump for bump," but Detroit
suffered a disappointing 4-2 loss to the
Bruins last night at Joe Louis Arena.
WITH EACH team short a man early
in the first period, Detroit was called
for too many men on the ice. Ray
Bourque took advantage, blasting a
shot from the right circle past Greg
Stefan . for a 1-0 Boston lead.
Bourque's goal made the difference for
the Bruins as the penalty was a
questionable call.
Two minutes later, 18-year-old Red
Wing Steve Yzerman tied the game by
taking a pass from Reed Larson,
rushing the length of the ice, and
notching his 34th goal of the season.
At 14:04 Mike Krushelnyski gave
Boston a 2-1 advantage, popping a wrist
shot past Stephan.
JUST 46 seconds into the second
period, Bruin Barry Pederson and
Bourque set up Rick Middleton, and the
NHL's 11th leading scorer delivered,
sliding the puck past, Stefan for a 3-1
lead.
Detroit answered five minutes later
when Ivan Boldirev knocked in a Kelly
Kisio feed in front of the net, cutting the
Bruin lead to one.
The third period was filled with ac-
tion but few goals. With one minute left
the Wings pulled goaltender Stefan,
giving themselves a man-advantage.
However, the Wings failed to score and
Krushelnyski sealed the Wings' doom
with an empty netter.
- ADAM MARTIN

home season
today against
Kalamazoo

By SCOTT SALOWICH
Michigan's winningest team begins
its home season today as coach Brian
Eisner's men's tennis squad takes on
Kalamazoo College at the Track and
Tennis Building at1:00p.m.
The netters have won 16 consecutive
Big Ten titles, but Eisner has a healthy
respect for his opponents, nonetheless.
"KALAMAZOO College is extremely
well-coached and there is a lot of pride,
discipline and quality in their
program," said Eisner, noting
Kalamazoo's consistently high finishes
in recent years at the NCAA Division
III level. "They always come in here

ready to play and we aren't taking them
lightly," he said.
This year's Kalamazoo squad is
ranked fourth in Division III, despite
the graduation of four of last year's top
six players. The returning starters,
Tim Corwin and Adam Bottorff, were
both All-Americans last year, however,
and coach George Acker is hoping their
less-experienced teammates will follow
their lead.
"This is not really a rebuilding year
for us but we do have a young team,"
said Acker, now in his 25th year at KC,
"And with a young team you really
can't tell what to expect." .

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