100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 10, 1984 - Image 9

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1984-04-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Softball vs. Eastern Michigan
Today, 3:00 p.m.
Varsity Softball Diamond

SPORTS

Baseball vs. Wayne State
Today, 3:00 p.m.
Ray L. Fisher Stadium
Page 9

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, April 10, 1984

Continued from Preceding Page

UNTERBRINK OF DISAST ER
Hoosier hurler hurts 'M'

JUNIORS, SENIORS, GRAD STUDENTS! Enjo
covenience of your own credit cards at lea
department stores, oil companies, and banks
cost to apply. If you are a Junior, Senior, or Grad
Student, you're eligible. Call toll-free 800523-
College Credit Card Corporation, "The Most Tr
Name On Campus." 14,
TYPING/WORD PROCESSING, IBM, $1.50/1
term papers, 3t/line cover letters, 25 envelo
Pick-up/delivery available, Sally 663-7253. cJ
TYPING - All kinds Very professional. Reasor
rates and quick service. Call Laurie at 662-1678.
STUDENT PAPERS
Word Processed $1.75/page
No Extra Charges
First Come, First Serve
Execu-TOPS 663-7158
TYPING 665-0337
Fast, Reliable, Professional Equipment
PROFESSIONAL RESUMES
Consultations, writing and word proces
Reasonable rates. 971-9320.
Accurate, fast, reasonable papers, briefs, le
ACCURACY INK.
Editing/word processing
Papers, articles, reports
971-4139.
BETTER TYPING = BETTER GRADES
TYPING & WORD PROCESSING by SAND
Accurate, fast, reasonable. Papers, briefs,
cover letters, theses, dissertations. 426-5217

y the
ading
sNo
duate
4804.

aste
'0412 By TIM MAKINEN
page When in doubt, bring in Amy Unterbrink.
)pes, Indiana softball coach Gayle Blevins employed that
0417 strategy last weekend, much to the displeasure of the
nable Michigan softball team which dropped both ends of a
cats doubleheader Sunday, 5-2 and 3-0, and lost three of four
games in the Indiana series.
UNTERBRINK, a sophomore, pitched both games on
Saturday and relieved starter Deanna Hacker in each contest
Sunday. "She is a very good pitcher and gave us a lot of
cJtc trouble," said Michigan coach Bob DeCarolis. "You won't
score a lot of runs off Amy."
The Chelsea native took to the mound in the fourth inning of
cJtc the first game with two Wolverines on base and no outs. After
a Carol Patrick bunt single loaded the bases, Unterbrink
sing. mowed down Jody Humphries and Alicia Seegert. An error
wise by Indiana first baseman Nancy Savage permitted one run to
tters, score, but Unterbrink then forced Michigan shortstop Lisa
* Panetta to ground out and end the inning relatively un-
scathed. Michigan never threatened again, with the excep-
cJtc tion of a two-out double by Linda Allen in the sixth inning
which knocked in pinch runner Lisa Juzysta. Allen, a tran-
I sfer student from Indiana, had a big weekend against her
former teammates, collecting three doubles and a pair of
cJtc singles in the four games.
It took only two Michigan singles in the first inning of the
second game for Blevins to give Unterbrink the call. The
lanky righthander pitched out of that jam and coasted the
cJtc rest of the way, striking out the last three Wolverine batters.
For the day, Unterbrink fanned 16 Michigan players while

raising her record to 16-4
VICKI MORROW (3-6) and Mari Foster (2-2) suffered the
defeats for the Blue. Both experienced a lack of support in
the field and at the plate. Michigan committed four errors in
the first game, including a horrifying three-error third inning
in which the Hoosiers tallied three runs. In the nightcap, In-
diana squeaked out only three hits but was aided by several
walks and two critical errors by Wolverine second baseman
Mary Bitkowski. Michigan also stranded nine runners in the
second contest.
"We can't let opportunities get away like that," DeCarolis
said. "We tried things like the squeeze, but we couldn't get
the bunt down. The walks and errors also hurt us, and that's
the equation for a loss."
The Wolverines return to the diamond today to square off
against Eastern Michigan in a doubleheader at the Varsity
Softball Diamond. Although Michigan's chances of making a
post-season tournament depend upon its finish in the Big Ten,
DeCarolis considers the non-conference contest against EMU
important.
"Losing three of four was a letdown, but there's still a lot of
season left," DeCarolis said. "With Eastern we have to get
some confidence back and some momentum going into the
Iowa games (this weekend)."
The Hurons are paced by hurler Nanette Push (11-5, 0.52)
who has tossed 106 of Eastern's 130 innings this season. The
Hurons may decide to save the big Push for Wednesday,
however, when they face Mid-American Conference rival
Kent State.

Write on...
Editorial and Typing Service
996-0566

K. C. Lacy
Michigan Panther running back Ken Lacy, who broke off contract
negotiations with the team last week, signed yesterday with the Kansas City
Chiefs of the NFL. See story on page 10.

Wk

TYPING - ON CAMP

US

Fast turn around resumes, coverletters, disser-
tations, term papers. Very professional. 662-4530.
cJtc
AMITY LSAT/GMAT/MCAT/GRE SEMINARS.
OUR GUARANTEE: SCORE IN TOP 25% OR TAKE
NEXT COURSE FREE. CALL NOW TOLL-FREE,
800-243-4767 ABOUT SUMMER AND FALL
CLASSES. 46J0417
TRAVEL
INSTANT EURAILPASSES
1 MONTH EURAIL youth pass $290, 2 months $370.
Eurailvass 15 days $260, 21 days $330. 1, 2, 3 month
available. Detroit/Frankfort charter from $439.
Great Places Travel Consultants, 208 E. Washington,
769-1776. cP0616
TICKETS
WANTED: April 28 Commencement tickets for
Crisler Arena. Will be willing to pay for them. Call
996-1876. 83Q0417
ATTENTION JUNIORS AND
CONTINUING SENIORS -
LEARN HOW TO GET $BIG MONEY$ FOR 1984 UM
SEASON FOOTBALL TICKETS. CALL 994-0368
TODAY FOR DETAILS.
46Q0413
ROOMMATES

Roberts
leads
linksters
to fourth
By TED LERNER
Despite 20 mile per hour winds and a
temperature in the low 30's, captain
Dan Roberts fired a 69 Sunday to help
the Michigan golf team to fourth place
at the twelve-team Purdue Invitational
Tournament.
Michigan finished with a five-man,
two day total of 747, 16 strokes behind
the winner, Purdue, and 13 behind
Wisconsin and Illinois.
"I'M VERY pleased with the team,"
said coach Jim Carras. "It was our first
tournament and the competition was
reasonably good."
The tournament had to be shortened
to two rounds instead of the scheduled
three because of frost on Thursday.
With ideal weather on Saturday,
however, Michigan freshman Steve
Ludwig fired a 69. But Sunday brought
the winter-type weather, and only
Roberts could produce good numbers.
Roberts finished fourth in the in-
dividual competition with a 143 total.
"We need to be consistent in our
scoring,'" said Carras. "Both in in-
dividual and in team."
Michigan will travel to Ohio State this
weekend to compete in the Kepler In-
vitational Tournament.

F

ROOMMATES needed - Fall. Share 6 bedroom apt.,
5 minutes from campus. Furnished, laundry, year
lease. Call Kelly at 769-1514 evenings. mgY0413
2 SINGLES AVAILABLE in beautiful east Kingsley
home. Large Kitchen, washer-dryer, 1 1/ bath, porch,
and parking. 5 minutesfrom campus. Rent $220 +
utilities. Judy 996-5962. 04Y0411

LARGE DOUBLE ROOM in beautiful home on E.
Kingsley. 5 minutes from campus, large kitchen,
washer/dryer, 1 bath, porch. Rent $160 + utilities.
Contact Elissa 662-3797. 05Y0411
2 BEDROOM APARTMENT with central air,
+ washer, dryer, $232.50/month. Call 994-5659. 01Y0410

-----_
==-

i ' ;
v
.. ;.
., ,
1
..;,
'x1 '
r i
,..(t / ?
a/ ~ . _
, f

j G f.0
L)

I
i!
I

SUMMER
EMPLOYMENT
Royal Prestige
is seeking students to help supplement its
Summer Work Force!

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan