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Page 8 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, April 17, 1985
Women's crew sails to victory

By HOWARD SOLOMON
The women's crew club faced rough
sailing this weekend, when it traveled
to Kulver, Ind. for the Big Ten women's
championships.
"The weather was really bad," said
club secretary Beth Ingram, "so all ex-
cept two races were cancelled. Because
of the weather there was no team
championship, only individual

plaques."
Despite the inclement weather, the
Wolverines managed to capture first
place in the women's open four. Team
members included Lisa Philipsborn,
Jaan Klinger, Kammy Kelly, Betsy
Leahy and Vicki Kornot. The novice
team was not as successful, placing
fourth out of five teams.
"We didn't do too bad," said Ingram,
"considering eight of the ten Big Ten

schools were there, and we are not con-
sidered as strong a team as Wisconsin
and Minnesota."
The lady rowers next race is Satur-
day at Gallup Park against Purdue and
Ohio State. This is the last race before
the Midwest Rowing Championships in
Madison, Wisconsin - one of the most
important regattas of the season.
Men's crew club takes first
The men's crew club rowed to a

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Softballert
By SCOTT SH'AFFER
Although spring break is nothing.
more than a memory to most Michigan
students, the softball team will begin a
spring break in its playing schedule af-
ter today's doubleheader against
Michigan State.
The games are set to begin at 3:00 at
the Varsity Diamond, and are both
"must wins" for the Wolverines if they
are to remain in first place in the Big
Ten throughout their nine-day break.
THEY PRESENTLY lead Indiana by
percentage points following their
weekend split with the Hoosiers.
Michigan, 13-11 overall, has a 5-3 con-
ference mark, Indiana stands at 6-4 and
defending champion Northwestern
lurks ominously behind with a 4-4
record.
Michigan State comes to Ann Arbor
with a 6-13 record, but has not played
any Big Ten games this year. If the
Spartans upset the Wolverines twice
today, they would own first place.
Wolverine coach Carol Hutchins will
send her two aces, Vickie Morrow and

s still clinging to first
Michelle Bolster, to the mound today to to take advantage of this opportunity to
try for the sweep. Morrow is 7-2 with a increase our lead."
0.90 ERA and Bolster is 4-5 with an ERA Head Coach Gloria Becksford's team
of 1.45. has played eight games ' since last
HUTCHINS IS making sure her team Friday, so the pitching staff's stamina
does not take the Spartans, a club that could come into play. Becksford's pit-
lost five of six last weekend lightly. "I cher is Diane Gentry (4-5, 1.55 ERA).
don't think Northwestern is going to Jodi McDonald (1-4, 3.29) and Diane
lose too many more games, so we have Kennett (1-4, 3.41) should also see ac-
tion.
CONCERNED WITH the number of
strikeouts Indiana pitchers registered
against her squad, Hutchins is planning
a conservative strategy for today's con-
% tests.
"State doesn't have any over-
powering pitchers, so we should be able
to make good contact with the ball.
We'll just go for a couple of runs at a
time. If we put together two solid
/ games, we won't have to take chances
to win."
And if the team does play solidly
enough to sweep, Hutchins and her
squad will be able to enjoy nine days in
the Big Ten penthouse no matter what
Bolster miracles the Hoosiers or the Wildcats
...1.45 ERA can perform.

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strong first-place finish this past
weekend at Notre Dame.
The men's varsity eight fell behind by.
one seat to OSU in the very early stages
of the race, but pulled through with 400
meters gone to sin by one length in the
2000 meter race. OSU rowed to a second
place finish, followed by Northwestern,
Notre Dame and the University of
Chicago.
The novice men's team also perfor-
med strongly, rowing to a second place
finish in both the novice and varsity
lightweight eight.
This weekend the rowers seek toO
avenge their only loss of the season
when they meet Purdue at Gallup Park
in Ann Arbor. Ohio State will also be out
to seek revenge from their narrow
defeat suffered at the hands of the
Wolverines.
- HOWARD SOLOMON
Golfers
tee up for
Big Ten
By SCOTT G. MILLER
With less than a month to play before
the Big Ten Championships, the men's
golf team is hoping two golfers will
emerge to round out the team's starting
six.
Last weekend at the Marshall In-
vitational, the Wolverines finished
seventh in a fifteen-team field. Coach
Jim Carras was pleased with his team's
performance but felt its biggest
problem is depth. "I was happy with the
way we played. We were only three@
shots out of third place and only seven
shots out of second," said Carras. "The
tournament was so close that if we had
parred the last hole on the final day, we
could have taken sole possession of
third place.
"OUR BIG PROBLEM heading
toward the Big Tens is the play of our
last golfers. For the remainder of the
season we will play six golfers and the
highest five scores will count. We need
two top reserves to come through for us
because we can't always rely on our to"
four to play well."
The top four golfers led by team co-
captain Dan Roberts turned in solid ef-
forts at Marshall. Roberts was the run-
ner-up medalist with rounds of 73, 71
and 73 to Ohio State's Clark Burroughs
who took the individual title by five
strokes.
"Roberts played the way I had hoped
he would. He is a strong college
player," said Carras. "He had a slo
start this spring because he has not had
much of a chance to play because of the
weather. He is now starting to score the
way he is capable of."
SCOTT CHIPOKAS shot 79, 74 and 74
for a total of 227 to record Michigan's
second best score. "Scott had only nine
bad holes the entire tournament," said
Carras. "He showed lots of maturity for
a first-year player, and I was very
pleased with his performance."
Peter Savarino's total of 228 was good
for third on the team. Carras felo
Savarino played reasonably well with
the exception of his 79 in the second
round of play, and thinks he has the
ability to improve. "Peter is capable of
shooting 75 or better every time out,"
said Carras.
Chris Westfall rounded out the
Wolverines top four with a score of 231.
"Chris is another player capable of
shooting 75 or better when he is playing
well," said Carras.
The Wolverines' next match will be
this weekend at DeKalb, Illinois to
compete in the Mid-American Con-
ference Tournament.

SCORES
NHL Playoffs
Montreal 3, Boston 2
(Montreal wins series 3 games to 2)
Quebec 6, Buffalo 5
(Quebec wins series, 3-2)
N.Y. Islanders 2, Washington 1
(N.Y. wins series, 2-1)
Baseball
New York (AL) 5, Chicago (AL) 4
Texas 9, Toronto 4
Chicago (NL) 1, Philadelphia 0 (10 innings)
Cincinnati 2, Atlanta 1
New York (NL) 2, Pittsburgh 1
Women's Lacrosse
Michigan 10, Detroit Country Day 7

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