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By CHRISTOPHER GERBASI
k Michigan baseballdfans were treated
°:: . '- to a Close game and a long ball show
yesterday at Fisher Stadium, as the
Wolverines swept a doubleheader from
the University of Detroit. Michigan
walked away with a 2-1 victory in the
opener and pounded the Titans 7-2 in the
nightcap.
Sophomore Casey Close started the
first game for the Wolverines and had a
two-hitter and a 1-0 lead through six in-
C nings.
THE RIGHTHANDER ran into
trouble in the seventh, however. He
walked the leadoff man, Ray Graff, and
after a sacrifice bunt and a groundout,
he hit Titan Tom Miner with a fastball.
THE RIGHTHANDER ran into
J trouble in the seventh, however. He
walked the leadoff man, Ray Graff, and
after a sacrifice bunt and a groundout,
he hit Titan Tom Miner with a fastball.
SThe next batter, Bob Brown, got an in-
field single up the middle to load the
bases, and suddenly Detroit was
threatening for the first time in the
game.
Pinch hitter Phil Biggs worked Close
for a walk to force in the tying run. Af-
ter Close threw one ball to the next pin-
ch hitter, Luke Mortiere, reliever Ken
Hayward was summoned from the
bullpen and Close moved to first base.
Hayward got Mortiere to hit a, fly ball to
centerfield and to end the inning.
Ironically, Close led off the bottom of
the seventh by beating out a groundball
hit to third baseman Mike Garrett and
Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER then hustling to second when Garrett's
g a home run in the first game of yesterday's doubleheader throw got away from first baseman
e University of Detroit, Michigan catcher Rich Bair is Miner.
ed by head coach Bud Middaugh. 'AFTER C.J. BESHKE struck out,

Titan

twimbill 72; 2-1

Hayward wins opener;
hits homer in nightcap

starting pitcher Dale Erickson inten-
tionally walked Kurt Zimmerman, but
then also walked pinch hitter Danny
Teresa to load the bases.
Erickson went to a 1-1 count on Barry
Larkin and then gave way to righthan-
der Steve Campau. Campau proceeded
to walk Larkin on a full count to force in
Close for the winning run.
Hayward, who drove in the
Wolverines' other run with a first in-
ning double, got credit for the victory,
his second of the season.

CLOSE STRUCK OUT three Titans
and walked four in a strong effort. He
also benefited from two double plays.
"This was probably my best outing of
the season," he said. "I've been
struggling a little bit, but the last three
or four games, I've done better and bet-
ter each time.
"I ran out of gas later but the defense
made some good plays in the sixth. (In
the seventh) I was just happy to get on
base and we were lucky. These were big
games for us."
The second game started the same
way as the first for Michigan, with a
Barry Larkin single to right. After a fly
out and a single by Hayward,
designated, hitter Rich Bair smashed
his second homer of the year over the
375 marker in left-centerfield.
THE TITANS ANSWERED with a
run in the top of the second off of lefty
Dave Karasinski, who was a little
shaky in the opening frames. Garrett
opened the inning with a double, tagged
up on a fly ball to center and scored on a
single by Chris Malesev.
The Wolverines gave Karasinski
more breathing room with a four-run
third inning. Larkin again led off, this
time with a perfect bunt single. Mike
Watters followed with a double up the
gap in left-center to send Larkin to third
and they both came home on a long
four-bagger to right by Hayward. The
homer was Hayward's fourth and

pushed his RBI total to 26 in 22 games.
A walk to Bair sent starter Bob Mar-
tin to the showers and pinch hitter Dan
Disher greeted reliever Todd Gillum
fwith a triple over the head of Graff in
centerfield. Gillum and a trio of other
Titan pitchers shut down Michigan the
rest of the way, but the damage had
been don'e.
KARASINSKI SERVED UP a gopher
ball to Al Rasky in the fifth, but avoided
further problems in his 5 2/3 innings of
work. He struck out four and walked
four to even his record at 2-2. Freshman
righthander Jerry Wolf finished up.
. Wolverine coach Bud Middaugh was
satisfied with the performances of
Karasinski and close.
"Dave struggled, but our lead
allowed me to go a little longer with
him," he said "He would get in his
groove and then out of it and back
again, but he showed determination.
"I thought Casey threw very well and
I left him in because I thought he had
the right to win it or lose it."
UVf Delivered

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Detroit ................ 000 000 1
Michigan ..............1o 000 1
U-D: Erickson, Campau (7) and Lowery
M: Close, Hayward (7) and Bair
WP-Hayward (2-1) LP-Er

R HE
1 3 3
2 4 0
rickson (2-2)

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Detroit ................ 010 010 0 2 7
Michigan ..............304 000 x 7 8

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Ha vward
...keys batsmen's wins

U-D: Martin, Gillum (3), Stiefel (4), Loria (5), Beggs
(6) and Sutherby
M: Karasinski. Wolf (6) and Betz, Wolfe (5)
WP-Karasinski(2-2) LP-Martin (1-3)
HR's: U-D: Rasky. M: Bair, Hayward.

Iowa stiles 'M'

D-. A T%

By ADAM MARTIN
When a team doesn't play up to its pot-
ential, the result is usually disappoin-
d ting. Just ask the Michigan men's ten-
nis team. The Wolverines, unable to do
the things necessary to win, succumbed
*,to the Iowa Hawkeyes, 6-3, yesterday at
Liberty Racquet Club.

Following Michigan's second Big Ten
defeat of the season, Coach Brian
Eisner knew his team's performance
was not up to par.
"WE DID NOT perform as well as we
are capable of performing," Eisner
said, adding that his pre-game worries
about the pressure of back-to-back
matches came true. Coming off a
tough, grinding victory over North-
western Friday, Michigan ran into a
heady Iowa squad, who got the best of
the Wolverines when it counted.
"What I was afraid could happen,
did," Eisner commented. "We were
very good yesterday, but in back-to-
back matches, there is higher stress. If
we are not in complete emotional con-
trol, it's tough to win."
As with several other matches this
season, the keynotes were concen-
tration and mental stability. At times,
the Wolverines played with their
typical control, but at others emotion
got the best of them.
IN SINGLES competition, Ross
Laser at number two and John Royer at
number four were bright spots for the

netters, 6-3
nes. Iowa's Mike Inman were even after two
the team's captain, knew what sets, but Sharton, a sophomore,
to do to win, and delivered, faltered in the third for a 3-6, 6-3, 5-7
the Hawkeyes' Sunil Reddy in defeat.
sets, 6-3, 6-2. After preying on Hawkeye Rob
w I had to get myself moving;" Moellering, 6-3, in the first set at the fif-
er. "I worked hard to move and th position, freshman Todd Cohen lost
well. I kept the pressure on." his momentum in the second set and
|R, A freshman, cut down Jim went down in a third set tiebreaker.
6-3, in the first set, but stum- DOWN 4-2, Michigan needed victories
the second. Ahead 5-4, Royer at all three doubles spots to get by Iowa,
ve and Nelson capitalized but it was not to be. Laser and Sharton
ahead 6-5 on serve. Royer, dumped Rudy Foo and Reddy at num-
methodically disposed of ber one, but Royer and Schreiber lost in
in a tiebreaker after tying the straight sets at second doubles, while
. Cohen and Satish Hiremath were over-
really good in the tiebreaker," powered at number three.
aid. "I played solid tennis." After the match, Laser clearly iden-
st of the singles field gave the tified the team's problem. "We should
nes problems. have dug in and reached down at the
)R RODD Schreiber defaulted critical points. You have to scratch and
er four when Eisner removed scrape, but it didn't happen that way."
he middle of the third set for a While obviously disappointed in his
McEnroe-like tantrum . club's performance Eisner awarded the
ore Kurt Lichtman couldn't Hawkeye's a good deal of credit: "They
)ale Garlich at- the sixth spot, performed above and beyond the call of
6,5-7. duty."
ember one, Jim Sharton and

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MILWAUKEE (UPI) - Sidney Mon-
crief scored 21 points to lead six
Milwaukee players in double figures
Saturday night in a 110-92 rout of the
Detroit Pistons that gave the Bucks sole
possession of first place in the Central
Division.
The Bucks' seventh win in eight
games moved them one game ahead of
Detroit in their quest for a fourth
straight Central Division title. Each
team has four games remaining.
Marques Johnson scored 18 points,
Paul Pressey 14, Junior Briigeman 13,
Mike Dunleavy 12 and Alton Lister 10.
for Milwaukee.
The Pistons, who had their three-
game winning string snapped, were led
by Isiah Thomas' 17 points.
Oklahoma 20, Michigan 17
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Efren Herrera
kicked a 32-yard field goal on the last
play of the game as Oklahoma edged
previously undefeated Michigan 20-17
in a United States Football League
game yesterday.
The Panthers, the defending league
champion, had a 12-game winning
streak snapped and fell to 6-1 with the
loss to their Central Division rivals. The
Outlaws are alone in second at 5-2.
MICHIGAN, which self-destructed

destroy
with seven second-half turnovers in the
rain-soaked contest, went 76 yards to tie
the game at 17-17 with Novo Bojovic's
28-yard field goal with 2:13 left.
When the Panthers' Bobby Futrell
bobbled an Oklahoma punt, Outlaws
linebacker Victor Koenning jumped on
the ball at the Michigan 11 with 55
seconds left. Oklahoma ran three time-
killing plays to set up Herrera's win-
ning field goal with four seconds left.
How many hits?
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Former Pit-
tsburgh Pirates' pitcher Dock Ellis,
treated four years ago for drug depen-
dency, says he was under the influence
of LSD when he pitched a no-hitter
against the San Diego Padres in 1970.
Ellis, now the coordinator of an anti-
drug program in Los Angeles, also told
The Pittsburgh Press he was on pep
pills when he intentionally tried to hit
several Cincinnati Reds' batters, in-
cluding Pete Rose and Johnny Bench,
during a 1974 game.
"I CAN ONLY remember bits and
pieces of the game. I was psyched. I
had a feeling of euphoria. I was zeroed
in on the catcher's glove. But I didn't hit
the glove too much. I remember hitting
a couple of batters and the bases were
loaded two or three times."
Ellis said he never pitched again un-
der the influence of LSD or alcohol, but
was high on May 1, 1974, when he

Pistons
opened a game against the Reds by hit-
ting Rose, Joe Morgan and Dan
Driessen, walking Tony Perez on four
pitches and throwing two balls to Bench
before being removed by angry Pirates
Manager Danny Murtaugh.
"I was trying to hit them. That's
dangerous," Ellis said. "Those guys'
careers were in my hands."
Ellis, 39, said he didn't know until six
hours before his June 12, 1970, no-hitter
that he was going to pitch.
"I was in Los Angeles and the team
was playing in San Diego, but I didn't
know it," Ellis said in a story published
in the Press' Sunday editions. "I had
taken LSD...I thought it was an off-day.
That's how come I had it in me. I took
the LSD at 12 noon.
Wings in OT
At press time, the Detroit Red
Wings and the St. Louis Blues
were going into a second over-
time period tied at 3-3.
Hello.., is that right?
The Daily?
The Michigan Daily?
Carries Bloom County. . .
THE BLOOM COUNTY?
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Daily Photo by BRIAN MASCK
Shown here winning his match Friday against Northwestern, Jim Sharton
had a tougher time in yesterday's loss to Iowa. Sharton's forehands were no
match for Hawkeye Mike Inman.
Netters nip Miami 5=4;
Reic'hert 'double bagels'

Special to the Daily
OXFORD, Oh. - Winning its eighth
straight match of the season, the
women netters downed Miami of Ohio
by a 5-4 tally. The victory was
Michigan's sixth consecutive road vic-
tory, and raised the team's record to 10-
6 overall.
Mary Mactaggart and Jane Silfen
clinched the narrow victory with a
come-from-behind, 1-6, 7-5, 6-4 win. The
tandem is undefeated this year at the
second doubles spot. Mactaggart also
won her singles match by handily
beating Miami's Anna Van Wallaghem,
6-2, 6-3 in first singles action.

The only rout of the afternoon was at
second singles where Paula Reichert
blanked her opponent 6-0, 6-0. Reichert
then teamed up with Juliet Naft to gain
a 7-5, 6-3 straight set victory at first
doubles. Naft followed suit in her
singles match against Cathy Lowe to
come up with a 6-3, 6-4 win which raises
her record to 14-7 at third singles.
The other three Wolverines singles
players were all defeated. Never-
theless, Karen Milczarski and Rayne
Lamey went the distance, both exten-
ding their matches to three sets in a
losing cause.

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