vs. Wayne State (DH)
. . Today, 1 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium
Tuesday, April 7, 1987
vs. Toledo (DH)
Today, 3 p.m.
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By GR EG MOLZON
With the Big Ten season opener
just four days away, the Michigan
baseball team will be looking to
get back on the winning track today
when it hosts Wayne State at Ray
The Wolverines lost three of
four games this weekend by a
combined five runs at the Wheaties
Tournament of Champions in
Minneapolis. Sophomore Kourtney
Thompson was one of the few
bright spots for the team as he went
Six for 11, with two home runs,
two doubles, and seven runs batted
Michigan will need good play
this week to get its confidence back
before the conference season.
"I THINK it's certainly
imnportant for us to start winning,"
said Michigan assistant coach
IDanny Hall. "We're looking
forward to being back home and
putting everything together for this
weekend when we play Purdue."
The Wolverines will have to
play against Wayne State without
some of their top players, however.
to see action.
Michigan will be hoping to get
healthy with a sweep of the
Division II Tartars, but Wayne
State head coach Angelo Gust has
different ideas. "We're not coming
over there to lose two games," said
Gust, the father of former Michigan
player Chris Gust.
Gust will throw his best pitcher,
Rich Wood, in the first game and
either Michael Butler or Steve
DuCharme in the second. Earlier
this season, Butler and DuCharme,
both left-handers, threw back-to-
back no-hitters against Concordia
The Tartars, 13-4, rely mostly
on their offensive attack led by first
baseman Kevin Schwanz (.442,
three home runs, 14 RBIs).
Outfielders Ken Berezinski and
Craig Pasini each have three home
runs and second baseman Craig
Romine is hitting .359.
While Gust believes his team
has a good chance to win, he
expects to see a talented Wolverine
club. "I know them as well as I
know my own team. They have
good defense, good pitching, and
they hit well," said Gust.
H agler -Leonard
From staff reports
Last night's fight between
Marvelous Marvin Hagler and
Sugar Ray Leonard continued
through round ten last night at
Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nev.
No winner had been determined at
Leonard appeared to take the
early advantage in the fight,
schedualed for 12 rounds, which
started at 11:13 EDT. Both fighters
seemed to feel each other out early
in the fight, but Leonard appeared
to frustrate Hagler. Hagler came
back a little in the third round, but
not enough to win the round
according to those at ringside.
Leonard tired as the fight
progressed, however. Hagler landed
numerous punches to the challenger
and seemed to take control of the
Leonard resorted to tactics that
made him so sucessful prior to his
retirement in 1984, taunting Hagler
and moving all around the ring.
. .. hot hitter
Pitchers Mike Grimes, Jim Abbott,
and Chris Lutz pitched over th;e
weekend and will see no more than
limited action against the Tartars,
while outfielder Eddie Woolwine
and shortstop Doug Kaiser are also
doubtful because of injuries.
Mike Ignasiak, 2-3, is the
probable Michigan starter for the
first game and any combination of
pitchers may throw in the second.
R oss Powell, Tim Lata, John
Grettenberger are likely candidates
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By BRIAN DEL ANEY
The men's golf team, after
playing in sunny Florida two weeks
ago, got a blistery taste of Northern
golf at the Purdue Invitational in
West Lafayette, Ind. last weekend.
Michigan finished 12th out of a 16
team field which was headed by
Miami of Ohio.
The tournament originally
scheduled for 54 holes was cut to
36 holes due to adverse weather
condios. "Leang thWolverines
157 strokes. Following Chipokas
were John Codere (158), Bob Papp
(162), Hersh Patel (168), and Tom
"There was a consensus among
the 16 coaches in the field that this
tournament featured the worst
weather conditions they had ever
seen," said Michia cah Jim
The high temperature for the two
days was 41 degrees and winds
ranged from 25 to 45 miles per
hour. The weather conditions had a
negative effect on the entire
tournament field. The overall
tournanmenL stroke average of 81
was far aliove the 74 to 75 average
which would occur under normal
In spite of the team's high score,
Carras was pleased with the
performance of his top two players
Scott Chipokas and John Codere.
Thild tun u
A small contingent of te men 's
track team traveled to Austin, Texas
last weekend to compete in the
annual Texas Relays.
The most impressive showing
for the Wolverines was the second
place finish of Matt Butler, Paul
Mstor, Ear rris, and Omr
Their time of 7:23.56 was just a
split-second behind first place
Michigan head coach Jack
Harvey was happy with the relay
squad he feels should be quite
competitive during the Big 10
"Texas was a very competitive
race," he said. "Omar was edged out
in the last 220, but considering the
competition, I was really pleased
with our performance."
Other qualifiers for Michigan
were Butch Starmack who finished
seventh in the triple jump with 49
feet 9 inches, and Scott Crawford
who took ninth in the long jump
with 24 feet 9 inches. 1
Most of the Wolverines were
home practicing for next week's
Dogwood Relays in Knoxville,
Tenn.- BILL ZOLL A
Hawks 110, Cat's 105
ATLANTA (AP) - Cleveland
outscored Atlanta by 35 points
from the free throw line but the
Hawks' Dominique Wilkins scored
the last of his 41 points on foul
shots to clinch Atlanta's 110-105
NBA victory over the Cavaliers last
It was Atlanta's 51st victory,
most since the team moved from
St. Louis for the 1968-69 season.
Cleveland stayed in the game by
hitting 51 of 59 free throws
compared to 16 of 19 for Atlanta as
the Hawks were whistled for 36
fouls to the Cavaliers' 22.
Cleveland rallied from a 15-point
halftime deficit to tie the game,
105-105, on a free throw by John
Williams with 1:23 left.
After Wilkins hit two free
hrows the iCavalier had another
called for charging with six seconds
left. The Hawks closed out the
scoring with three more free
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