The Michigan Daily - Thursday, April 5, 1984 - Page 9
Special to the Daily
Rain, rain go away and don't come
back while we're trying to play softball.
That is what the Michigan softball
team was saying yesterday when it was
doing battle with the Toledo Rockets.
The Wolverines managed to split the
double header with the Rockets, losing
the first game, 2-1, and winning the
second in a steady rain, 6-1.,
LINDA ALLEN took the loss for
Michigan, dropping her record to 4-4 on
the year. She did all she could for the
Wolverines at the plate getting two
RBI's on two hits. Michigan's only run
of the first game came when Linda
Allen singled in Alicia Seegert after she
In rounding out the doubleheader,
Michigan came alive to score six runs
and allowing only one. Pitcher Julie
Clark pushed her record to a perfect 4-
0. She had a shut-out going into the last
inning but Toledo managed to score an
unearned run on a Michigan error.
Alicia Seegert played well fo the
Wolverines in both games. She got one
hit in the first game and three in the
second. Seegert has hit safely in 20 of
the 22 games this season.
Other Wolverines helping the cause
were Lisa Panetta and Leslie Bean,
with two hits and two RBI's apiece and
Mari Foster, who pounded out a pair of
Michigan is now 13-9 overall. Toledo
The Wolverines next action is this
weekend when they play host to defen-
ding Big Ten champion Indiana.
Michigan and Indiana play double
headers on Saturday and Sunday.
Michigan Panther receiver Anthony
Carter winces in pain as trainers
tend to the fractured arm he
sustained in the second quarter of
the Panthers' 26-10 victory over San ' ,.r
Antonio last Sunday. The former
Wolverine, who is the league's
second-leading receiver, is expected
to be out of action for about six
Doily Photo by DAN HABIB
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
NCAA shoots down shot clock
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SEATTLE (AP) - The National
Collegiate Athletic Association's Rules
Committee, in a surprise vote, decided
yesterday to put off for at least another
season using a 45-second shot clock in
The committee will next consider the
shot clock issue at a meeting after next
year's Final Four Tournament in
Lexington, Ky. Ed Steitz, the commit-
tee's secretary-rules editor, predicted
it would be adopted then.
STEITZ, athletic director at
Springfield, Mass. College, was the only
member of the committee to appear at
a press conference after the closed-door
"The vote was very, very close," he
Steitz said the committee decided not
to go with the shot clock at this time,
''as a result of uncertainty in the minds
of some of the members of the commit-
tee whether or not to go with a clock for
the entire game."
Some of the committee members
wanted the shot clock used during the
entire game while others favored shut-
ting it off in the last few minutes, he
In order for the rules committee to
adopt a uniform, nationwide shot clock,
it would have required a two-thirds vote
of the 13 member committee.
THE COMMITTEE failed to respond
to a survey of the nation's college hoop
coaches. In the survey disclosed by the
National Association of Basketball
Coaches here last Thursday, 53 percent
of the college coaches favored a shot
Atlanta 4, Philadelphia 0
St. Louis 3, Detroit 2
Montreal 2, BostonI
Washington 4, Philadelphia 2
Quebec 3. Buffalo 2
Islanders 4, Rangers i
Atlanta 99, Washington 92
New Jersey 112, Indiana 111
The committee did adopt the use of a
coaching box, effective for the 1984-85
season. It also increased the number. of
timeouts in games involving the elec-
tronic media from three to four per
"The committee felt that the adoption
of the coaching box would be a
significant step in improving bench
decorum and the image of an already
great game," Steitz said.
Can na tin a traded to Blitz.
From staff and wire reports
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Cannavino was traded yesterday by the
Michigan Panthers to the Chicago Blitz
for an undisclosed 1985 draft choice.
Cannavino, who was an All-Big Ten
linebacker and defensive co-captain
with the Wolverines, has been on the
injured reserve list this season.
Cannavino played at Michigan from
1977-80 and left as the third leading
tackler in the school's history. After
failing in tryouts with the Detroit Lions
in 1981 and the Cleveland Browns in
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