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Softball
vs. Detroit (DH)
Wednesday, 3 p.m.
Varsity Diamond

SPORTS

Baseball
vs. Wayne State (DH)
Today, 2 p.m.
Ray Fisher Stadium

The Michigan Daily

Tuesday, April 5, 1988

Page 7

Netters

split;

link ters

finish 12th

By STEVE SCHLUSSEL
The women's tennis team headed into
last weekend with lofty expectations. It had
cruised through non-conference play with
11 wins, equalling last year's entire output.
Michigan defeated Ohio State Saturday
and followed with a strong showing Sun-
day in a losing effort to nationally ranked
Indiana.
The Buckeyes invaded Ann Arbor hop-
ing to improve their 1-3 conference record.
Their singles line up was laden with heavy-
hitting, aggressive players.
"OSU IS MORE aggressive in sin-
gles," said Michigan coach Bitsy Ritt.
"They attack the short ball well, but they
were too inconsistent at the baseline. They
made too many errors."
The Wolverines took advantage of Ohio
State's mistakes in singles play. Tina
Basle led the singles wrecking crew with a
6-4, 6-2 manhandling of Ohio State's Lisa
McFarlan.
"They're real scrappers," said McFarlan.
"It's hard to win a point when they return
everything."
In addition to Basle, newcomers Stacy

Berg (6-2, 6-2), Wendy Stross (6-1, 6-0),
and Kristin Ashare (6-4, 6-4) all dominated
their matches, using consistent ground
strokes. Leslie Mackey also won her
match, 6-2, 7-6. Michigan coasted into
doubles having already locked up a match
victory, leading, 5-1.
MICHIGAN LOST two out of three
doubles matches, which cut the final deficit
to 6-3. The only doubles victory came
from Basle and Berg, who after breezing to
a 6-3 opening set, came back from a 5-2
deficit to win, 7-5, in the second set.
The win over Ohio State was a big
mental boost, but Martina Navratilova
couldn't have saved the Wolverines against
the Hoosiers. Indiana dominated every
singles and doubles match with simply su-
perior talent. There were bright spots,
though.
"We played well," said Ritt. "They're
solid all the way through, and we did im-
prove our doubles play. Plus we had Tina's
great win."
Basle, in a sterling performance, nipped
Indiana's No. 1 player, Reka Monoki, 6-4,
3-6, 6-4, for Michigan's only real win

(Basle and Berg won a default in doubles).
Chipokas plays injured
The men's golf team finished 12th out
of 15 teams last weekend at the Kentucky
Intercollegiate with the host team, the
University of Kentucky, winning.
Senior Scott Chipokas, despite being
hampered by nerve damage in his arm, led
Michigan (74-78-76-228) on the par-71
course.
"We bought him a special bandage for
his arm and it seemed to help a lot," said
Michigan coach Jim Carras. "However, he
is still taking daily treatments before our
next trip (Friday and Saturday at the Mar-
shall Invitational in Huntington, W. Va.)."
WOLVERINES Hersh Patel and
Chris Pond, who competed in his first in-
tercollegiate tournament, turned in identical
scores (80-76-78-234). Erich Kuhlman (77-
78-79-234) and Tom Paton (75-76-84-235)
were the other Michigan golfers. Bob
Papp, the Michigan's No. 2 player, did not
make the trip because his wife was expect-
ing to give birth.
Patel had two triple bogeys on the first

and last hole of the final round while Pond
had a triple bogey and double bogey on the
first and last hole, respectively. Carras said,
"Two bad holes separated both from very
nice final rounds (72 and 73).
"We did not play well enough to be
competitive, but I'm not disappointed at
this time of the year. We are not playing
badly, we are not playing well, but are on
the fringe.
"The question is if we can improve each
week, we can be competitive for the three
last and most tournaments (Mid-Atlantic
Invitational, Northern Intercollegiate and
the Big Ten championship). The other
tournaments are just warm ups for the last
ones, but they still are important for us to
be competitive."
- DAVID HYMAN
Tigers beat Bosox in opener
BOSTON (AP) - Alan Trammell hit a
two-run homer off Boston reliever Lee
Smith with two outs in the 10th inning
yesterday and the Detroit Tigers beat the

Red Sox, 5-3, in the first game of the 1988
baseball season.
Boston's Roger Clemens and Detroit's
Jack Morris hooked up in a strikeout duel
for nine innings before Smith, acquired
from the Chicago Cubs in December, made
his American League debut in the 10th.
Gary Pettis opened the Detroit 10th
with a grounder that shortstop Spike Owen
fumbled for an error. Pettis advanced to
third on a sacrifice and a fly ball before
Trammell lined a 2-1 pitch into the left-
field screen.
Morris, 7-2 on opening days, got the
victory with help from Mike Henneman,
who pitched the final inning for a save.
Morris gave up nine hits, struck out nine
and walked only one.
Clemens, making his first opening-day
start, struck out 11 and gave up six hits;,
including Matt Nokes' tying, solo home
run in the sixth. Clemens, trying to be-
come the first pitcher to win three straight
Cy Young awards, walked four and com-
mitted three balks.

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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT for U of M stu-
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SUMMER RESTAURANT HELP
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TELEMARKETING POSITION on-campus.
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Telemarketers. Must be per-
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afternoon & evening hours.
$5-11 per hour guaranteed
Call Pat Larkin, 996-2011

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