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Women's Softball
vs. Wayne State -(DH)
Today, 3 p.m.
',Varsity Softball Diamond
The Michigan Daily

SPORTS

Baseball
vs. Wayne State (DH)
Tomorrow, 1 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium

Monday, April 6, 1987

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DETROIT (AP) - Rob
Ramage's goal at 3:49 of overtime
last night lifted St. Louis to a 3-2
NHL victory over the fading Detroit
lked Wings, capping a dramatic
weeklong comeback that gave the
Blues their second Norris Division
regular season title in three years.
The Blues, who trailed the Red
Wings by seven points just eight
days earlier, went 4-1-0 over their
last five games to win the title by a
single point over the Red Wings,
who needed only a tie in one of
their last three games take the title.
Detroit, which lost its last three
games and five of its last six,
finished with a 34-35-11 record and
78 points, second in the division.
THE BLUES finished 32-33-

Blues, 3-2
15, good for 79 points.
In their 20-year history, the
Blues now have finished first in
their division six times.
The Red Wings, a once-proud
franchise, haven't won a title in the
last 22 years.
Ramage's goal, his 11th of the
season, came on a rebound of a
screen shot by Gino Cavallini.
The Blues grabbed a 2-1 lead
with goals 28 seconds apart by
Doug Gilmour in the first minute
of the third period.
Gilmour scored his 31st goal on
a power play 22 seconds into the
period, extending his scoring streak
to nine games on his first shot of
the game

Moore, Rose capture
conference titles
By JULIE HOLLMAN
Although the gymnastics Big Ten team championships looked like a
three-ring circus without the elephants, a very defined order of superiority
emerged from it as Ohio State edged out Iowa by only five-tenths of a
point for the conference title Friday night at Crisler Arena. Michigan
placed sixth out of the field of seven.
The maize and blue was severely tarnished in the team competition,
but senior Mitch Rose and junior Scott Moore managed to polish back
the shine by earning individual Big Ten titles Saturday night. Rose
recaptured his1985 title in the still rings with a 9.65 routine. "This is the
icing on the cake," said Rose. "I wouldn't have been upset if I hadn't
won it though, because I don't put a great deal of weight on an individual
event like this,"
While Rose was swinging to victory on the rings, Moore was hurling
to the winner's circle on the vault. Moore successfully defended his 1986
crown by edging out Michigan State's Keith Pettit by one-tenth of a
point despite some unpredictable scoring from the judges. "I was relieved
when I saw my score because the scoring had been pretty inconsistent. I
was upset with the judges (Friday night) but luckily they gave me a good
score."
BROCK ORWIG also qualified for Michigan in the parallel bars
and the rings but had an off night and only managed fifth place on the
bars.
The big winner of the night was Minnesota's Collin Godkin who
dazzled the crowd when he turned in a 9.9 parallel bars routine en route to
the individual title. During his winning performance, one judge gave
Godkin the only 10 of the competition and the only 10 given in Crisler
Arena this year.
After the parallel bars, Godkin moved immediately to the high bar
where he again received a 9.9. This score made Godkin the only double
title winner of the championship.
In the team competition, four teams fought hard for the crown as Ohio
State, Iowa, Minnesota, and Illinois finished no more than two-tenths
apart from each other. The Buckeyes stole back theirl985 title from the
Hawkeyes by winning the floor exercise, the parallel bars, and the still
rings, while Iowa could only tie for first in the vault with Minnesota and
win the high bar.
Michigan finished in a solid sixth, two points ahead of Wisconsin.

'M' goes 1-3
From staff reports
the Michigan baseball team
defeated 5th-ranked UCLA this
weekend, but lost all three of its,
other contests as the Wolverines
finished 1-3 in the Wheaties
Tournament at the Hubert H.
Humphrey Metrodome in
Minneapolis.
The Wolverines lost to Maine,
Minnesota, and the Cuban National
Team to drop their record to 15-5.
On Saturday, Jim Abbott limited
UCLA to one run, and Phil Price.
and Kourtney Thompson each added
two-run singles in the sixth inning
to lift the Wolverines to a 4-1
victory.
ABBOTT struck out six and
walked two while improving his
record to 3-1, and outpitched the
Bruins' All-American pitcher, Al
Sanchez.
Sanchez shut out Michigan until
the sixth inning when he was taken
out with the bases loaded. - Bill
*enrick relieved Sanchez and gave
up a single to Price, an intentional

in tourney
walk, and another bases loaded
single to Thompson for all the
Wolverines' runs. Greg Everson
relieved Abbott to get the final out.
After defeating the Bruins,
Michigan had a letdown Saturday
night, losing to Minnesota, 8-5.
Thompson was the spark for the
team again as he hit a three-run
homer.
Yesterday, the Wolverines were
limited to one hit and lost in eight
innings to the Cuban National
Team, 2-1. Chris Lutz pitched
seven strong innings, only giving
up one run, but John Grettenberger
took the loss after giving up the
winning run in the eighth.
Thompson hit a home run for
Michigan's only run of the day.
The sophomore had an excellent
weekend as he hit two doubles, two
home runs, and had seven runs
batted in.
The Wolverines began the
tournament Friday night with a 4-3
loss to Maine. Mike Ignasiak took
the loss after giving up three runs
in the sixth inning.

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