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Men's Tennis
vs. Indiana
Saturday, 1 p.m.
Track and Tennis

SPORTS

Michigan Football
Spring Game
Saturday, 1:30 p.m.
Michigan Stadium

The Michigan Daily Thursday, April 18, 1985 Page7

Softballers take two from MSU

Philling it Up

By SCOTT SHAFFER
After yesterday's doubleheader
sweep of Michigan State, the Wolverine
softball team is oozing with confidence.
Led by strong pitching performances
by Vicki Morrow and Michelle Bolster
and the red hot bat of Lisa Panetta, the
first place Wolverines downed the Spar-
tans 9-2 and 5-2, playing in near-
freezing temperatures at the Varsity
Diamond yesterday.
PANETTA, who went six-for-eight at
the plate in the doubleheader, led off
the bottom of the first in the opener with
a triple to right field and scored on a
Mena Reyman base hit.
The triple was the 15th of Panetta's
career, setting a new school record.
She was previously tied with Reyman.
"I had no idea about the record," said
Panetta, "I was only hoping that the
rightfielder wouldn't get to the ball."
State took the lead in the top of the
third on a two-run triple by Tracey
Baker. The Wolverines came right back
in their half of the inning, regaining the
lead when Vicki Morrow singled home a
run and later scored on a throwing
error.
THOSE RUNS would prove to be all
Morrow needed because the sophomore
hurler permitted only two more hits on
the way to her eighth win of the year.
Michigan, now 15-11 overall and 7-3 in
the Big Ten, added three insurance
runs in each of the fifth and sixth in-
nings to close out the scoring at 9-2.
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Patterson
Den tat,
Kamikazes
crowned

Diane Gentry suffered the loss for
State, and it seemed like the large
number of games her team played this
week began totake its toll on her arm.
Her pitches slowed noticeably in the
later innings.
"ALL OF STATE'S pitchers had very
average speed today. They were
definitely hittable," said Panetta who
also stole four bases yesterday.
In the nightcap, Panetta once again
scored the first run of the game in the
bottom of the first. This time Linda
Allen drove her in with a single.
The score remained the same until
the fifth when Reyman dropped a throw
at first, allowing two runs to score.
THE WOLVERINES battled back for
four runs in the bottom of the sixth to
complete the sweep. Alicia Seegert led
off with a single and scored on a
misplayed fielder's choice. That
allowed Mari Foster to reach first.
Two hits and an intentional walk
later, Panetta iced the game with a
bases loaded single that scored the
fourth and fifth runs.
Wolverine coach Carol Hutchins said
she never doubted the outcome. "I had
a lot of confidence. We shouldn't have
let them in the game, but I knew we
would come back. That's the mark of
our team this year.''
The confident Wolverines now have
nine days off which they can spend
knowing that first place will still be
theirs when they take the field against
Iowa next Friday.

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By Phil Nussel

with so many pieces missing...
M'foot ball looks puzzling
W AIT A MINUTE here! Did I distinctly hear somebody say that
Michigan football is in for a "rebuilding year?"
Nah, come on. Michigan never rebuilds, it reloads. Hell, the fans won't ac-
cept even a .500 season much less a losing season. A record worse than last
season's would be a tragedy.
Well folks, I'm not going to tell you that the Wolverines are going to be
terrible, as some have already said. But what I will say is this: Don't buy
any Rose Bowl tickets. 1985 most likely will not rank as one of Bo Schem-
bechler's finest seasons.
Atbleast at this point, there simply are too many question marks on this
year's squad, and few of these questions will be resolved during Saturday's
annual spring intrasquad scrimmage. Spring injuries - a one-day record six
in last Friday's practice alone - will preclude any serious evaluation.
The first, and of course the most important, worry is the quarterback spot.
Schembechler is content to wait until fall to name his number one man at the
helm. Last Friday, at his press luncheon, the coach pretty much said it
would be either Jim Harbaugh or Chris Zurbrugg. Then yesterday, he
wouldn't even rule out Russ Rein.
"They've (Harbaugh and Zurbrugg) had the best of it," the 17th-year head
coach said, "although Rein has come on pretty well of late. I'm not ready yet
to say 'this is the guy.' It's nothing we're concerned about at all."
In all truth, the coach hasn't ruled out anybody yet - even a freshman,
last Friday, he termed Cincinnati Princeton's Mike Taylor as possibly being
another Rickey Foggie (the outstanding Minnesota frosh quarterback).
Schembechler has also been high on incoming freshman quarterbacks
Scott Crawford and Demetrius Brown. Crawford is an outstanding athlete
who may be a better baseball player than a football player. Brown, says
Schembechler, has "wonderful quickness and throws extremely well."
Now the offensive question marks certainly don't end there. The all-
important center spot is wide open for sophomore Dave Herrick, junior Andy
Borowski, and sophomore Mark Hill. Herrick, last year's long snapper, is
the only one of the three with game experience. He was improving nicely un-
til Friday when he sprained his ankle and became unava'ilable for the
scrimmage.
The wide receiver position is also hurting with two key veterans - Triando
Markray and Gilvanni Johnson - out with injuries all spring. Markray's
knee is so messed up that he may never play football again. Johnson should
be okay by August.
Paul Jokisch, who almost became a two-sporter when he had a limited
stint for Bill Frieder in December, has the best shot now at playing split end.
The defense, comparatively, has fewer problems than the offense. But the
front line, after losing six of the top seven stalwarts, will be the weakest
area. The only experience returns with Mike Hammerstein, a fifth-year
senior. Hammerstein was seventh on the team last year in tackling.
After him, the line spots are still pretty much up for grabs between about a
half dozen players. Mike Reinhold has been moved to the front line after
being out with an injury for one-and-a-half years. The senior out of
Muskegon has looked good at middle guard despite having a metal rod
removed from his leg a few months ago, according to Schembechler.
To be a little less pessimistic, it doesn't seem too awful to have so many
questionable positions at this point. But clearly, the answers must be found
in August.
Just to be safe, though, don't expect a whole lot, at least not yet.

Dolly photo by KATE O'LEARY
Sophomore second-baseman Martha Rodgers makes contact for the
Wolverines in the first game yesterday against Michigan State University.
Michigan swept the doubleheader, defeating the Spartans 9-2 and 5-2 respec-
tively.

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Patterson Dental and Kamikazes are
the champions of this year's intramural
volleyball competition. In Tuesday's
championships. Patterson Dental
defeated Awesome, 2-1, for the Co-
Recreational 'A' title, and the
Kamikazes beat Geology, 2-1, for the
Co-Recreational 'B' championship.
Consisting of four people who met
during pickup games at the CCRB, Pat-
terson Dental played a tough game.
Curt Anderson, an ex-Michigan Club
player and an Engineering School
graduate, is basically the team, accor-
ding to team manager Karen Kerry.
She said Anderson is an excellent

spiker.
OTHER TEAM members include
Kerry, a setter who will graduate from

Kirsten Carr, an Engineering student.
Said Kerry, "We played a good team,
but we still won."
The 'B' league champs, the
Kamikazes, have been together for two
years. They made it to the semifinals of
the 'A' league last year, but were stuck
in a tough pool this year, ending up in
the 'B' playoffs. Kamikaze manager
Carol Allis said her team found no com-
petition in the 'B' league.
The group members met each other
through the Greek system.

Dental School in May, Pete Collins, a
University graduate who also played
for the Volleyball Club and now teaches
at Ann Arbor Huron High School, and

IM update was compiled by Daily
sports writer Rachel Goldman.

SPORTS OF THE DAIL Y:
Hurons nip Blue in late rally, gain split

Special to the Daily
Ww YPSILANTI -The Eastern
Michigan Hurons proved to be anything
but friendly neighbors in yesterday's
baseball doubleheader.
Although Michigan breezed by the
Hurons 7-1, in the opener, a game-
winning rally in the bottom of the sixth
inning of the second game gave the
Wolverines' cross-town rivals a split, as
Eastern took the nightcap, 10-9.
BEFORE THE Hurons could stop a
Wolverine onslaught in the second in-
ning of the game, Michigan jumped out
to an 8-2 lead, sparked by a Ken
Hayward RBI tripfe and a Kurt Zim-
merman double. But Eastern wasn't
quite ready to succumb to the eighth-
ranked Wolverines.
A clutch pinch-hit single by Jed
Shilling and a squeeze bunt hit by John
Minzo tied the game in the bottom of the
sixth inning for the Hurons before
senior third baseman Tony DiMarti
lined the game-winning single to right-
center field.
In the opener Michigan rode the arm
of fireballer Casey Close to a 7-1 trium-
ph. Close mowed down the first 11
Huron batters before Eastern's Tim
Deak broke up the no-hitter. Close's two
hitter was more than enough to coast to
victory as Mike Waters provided the of-
fense with a three-for-four showing at
the plate.
Michigan's split yesterday combined
with Tuesday's doubleheader sweep of
Ferris State brought the Wolverines
record to 27-6.

Rose 16th at Nationals
Sophomore Mitch Rose equaled his
score of 9.6 on the still rings that won
him the Big Ten title at last weekend's
NCAA gymnastics championships. But
in tough NCAA competition, Rose
finished in sixteenth place and did not
even qualify for the finals in the event.
It mattered little that Rose's score was
only .15 points less than the first place
score.
Michigan coach Bob Darden said
while Rose finished lower, the Highland
Park, Ill. native's performance ac-
tually improved from two weeks ago.
"The body of the routine was better
than his Big Ten championship form,"
said Darden. "His score would have
qualified him for the finals any of the
last three years.''
Rose was not disappointed, though,
and said he learned something from
national competition. "It is good to
know that I can kick ass in big meets,"
he said.
SCORES
American League
Brewers 2, Tigersr0
Blue Jays 3, Rangers 1
Orioles 6, Mariners 4
A's 8, Mariners 4
Orioles 6, Indians 4
National League
Cubs 5, Phillies 4
Reds 6, Braves 1

Darden felt that other team mem-
bers could have made it to the NCAAs
as well. "Our team has more incentive
for next season," said Darden. "Most
of the team will be spending the sum-
mer in Ann Arbor, and they will be
practicing and striving for im-
provement." - SCOTT G. MILLER
Brewers 2, Tigers 0
DETROIT (AP) - Danny Darwin
pitched a two-hit shut-out to best Jack

Morris in a brilliant pitching duel, and
Jim Gantner had a triple and an RBI
single as the Milwaukee Brewers beat
Detroit 2-0 yesterday, handing the
Tigers their first defeat in seven
games.
Darwin, obtained in an off-season
trade with the Texas Rangers, had
lasted just four-and-two-thirds innings
in his first start. He struck out two and
walked one as he won his first decision
for the Brewers.

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