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Page 2-The Michigan Daily-Sports Monday- April 12,1993


'M' Sports Calendar
Monday, April 12
Baseball at Penn State (DH), 12 p.m., State College.
Tuesday, April 13
Softball vs. Michigan State (DH), 3 p.m., Alumni Field.
Wednesday, April 14
Baseball vs. Siena Heights (DH), 1 p.m., Fisher
Softball at Western Michigan (DH), 3 p.m., Kalamazoo.
Men's Tennis at Michigan State, 6 p.m., East Lansing.
Thursday, April 15
Women's Gymnastics at NCAA Championship, all
day, Corvalis, Ore.
Men's Gymnastics at NCAA Championship, all day,
Las Cruces, N.M.
Friday, April 16
Softball vs Indiana (DH), 1 p.m., Alumni Field.
Women's Gymnastics at NCAA Championship, all
day, Corvalis, Ore.
Men's Gymnastics at NCAA Championship, all day,
Las Cruces, N.M.
Saturday, April 17
Baseball vs. Indiana (DH), 1 p.m., Fisher Stadium.
Softball vs. Indiana (DH), 1 p.m., Alumni Field.
Women's Gymnastics at NCAA Championship, all
day, Corvalis, Ore.
Men's Gymnastics at NCAA Championship, all day,
Las Cruces, N.M.
Women's Tennis at Wisconsin, 11:30 a.m., Madison.
Men's Tennis at West Virginia, 1 p.m., Morgantown,
Women's Golf at Penn State, all day, State College.
Men's Golf at Firestone Invitational, all day, Akron,
Sunday, April 18
Baseball vs. Indiana (DH), 1 p.m., Fisher Stadium.
Women's Tennis at Northwestern, 11 a.m., Evanston.
Women's Golf at Penn State, all day, State College.
Men's Golf at Firestone invitational, all day, Akron,
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A thlete of . , - :':". .fit' :
WHO: Jaimie Fielding
TEAM: Women's Tennis
HOMETOWN: Louisville, Ky.
YEAR: Sophomore
WHY: Fielding, the Big Ten women's tennis player of the month for March, won all four of her
matches last weekend. In singles competition, Fielding beat Minnesota's Karin Erlandsson 6-2,
4-6, 6-4 and Iowa's Andrea Calvert 6-4, 6-3 at the No. 2 singles spot. The co-captain is now
13-4 in singles competition and 23-9 overall on the season.
BACKGROUND: Fielding pulled in the Most Valuable Player award as a freshman at last
year's State of Michigan Invitational. Ranked No. 98 in the nation in the 18-and-under division
by the United States Tennis Association before coming to Michigan, Fielding was Waggener
High School's four-time varsity tennis MVP. She also achieved the No. 8 spot in the USTA
doubles rankings.


Gordie Howe
DETROIT (AP) - Two contrite someone
hockey fanatics have returned the even wors
stolen Michigan Sports Hall of Fame "It wa
plaque honoring Red Wing legend John said
Gordie Howe. besides af
The bronze plaque was stolen John d
more than four years ago from Cobo hiding dur
Hall in Detroit, where the Michigan off party e
Hall of Fame is located. "We d
The men, who would identify hockey ba
themselves only as "John" and uniforms,
"Jim," say they found the plaque in a brought a
Cobo Hall stairwell. They say who- Stadium a
ever ripped it from the wall was
probably unable to carry the tomb- ,It was
stone-sized plaque away.
The pair surrendered the plaque Mona1
Thursday night to The Detroit News show t
after reading an article about it in the few trt
paper. friends
"We decided to return it when we
read that Gordie said it belonged to
the people of Michigan," John, 27,
told The News. "He's right, and we
were wrong." seat. Id
John and Jim, 25, said the plaque bringingc
lost its charm when the two realized Johna
they couldn't show it off for fear plaque th

would call police or -
e - steal it from them.
s stealing the Mona Lisa,"
. "Who could I show it to
few trustworthy friends?"
did bring the plaque from
ring a hockey season kick-
earlier this year.
decorated the house with
anners, sticks, pucks and
," John said. "One guy
brick from old Olympia
nd someone else brought a
s stealing the
Lisa. Who could I
it to besides a
- John
plaque thief
decided to top them by
out the plaque."
and Jim said returning the
is is their present to Howe,
ently celebrated his 65th
ie just celebrated his birth-
guess this is a present from
of us," John said. "Tell
that John and Jim said


Jody Reed of the L.A. Dodgers jumps over Atlanta's John Smoltz to complete a double play. The Braves beat the Dodgers, 3-0.
Smoltz, Stanton combine to shut out Dodgers, 3-0

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The outstanding pitching of the
Atlanta Braves continued yesterday
as John Smoltz and Mike Stanton
combined on a four-hitter in a 3-0
victory over the Los Angeles
Smoltz (1-1) struck out eight,
walked five and hit a batter in eight
innings. Stanton finished for his
third save.
Ron Gant hit a home run off
Ramon Martinez (1-1) in the first
inning and Deion Sanders added a
two-run pinch single in the eighth.
Martinez allowed only two hits
before leaving for a pinch-hitter after
six innings.
White Sox 6, Yankees 4
Joey Cora hit a two-run triple in
the sixth inning as the Chicago
White Sox beat the New York Yan-
kees 6-4 yesterday and avoided a
three-game sweep.
Jack McDowell (2-0) got the win
despite giving up 12 hits and four
earned runs in 6 2-3 innings.
Roberto Hernandez came in to get
the final out of the game, striking
out Danny Tartabull for his first
Ellis Burks tripled off Yankees'
reliever Rich Monteleone (0-1) in
the sixth and scored on Dan Pasqua's
sacrifice fly to cut New York's lead

to 3-2.
Three seventh-inning singles cut
Chicago's lead to 5-4 and knocked
McDowell out of the game. But re-
liever Scott Radinsky got pinch-hit-
ter Jim Leyritz to ground out to end
the rally.
New York starter Scott Kamie-
niecki, who left with a 3-1 lead, al-
lowed three hits and four walks in
five innings.
Giants 4, Pirates 3
John Burkett pitched four-hit ball
for 7 2-3 innings to again outduel
knuckleballer Tim Wakefield and
Matt Williams hit a tie-breaking
solo homer, giving the San Fran-
cisco Giants a 4-3 victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates on yesterday.
Burkett (2-0) also had two of the
Giants' seven hits in seven innings
off Wakefield (1-1).
Williams, hitting just .217,
broke a 2-2 tie when he led off the
sixth with his first homer of the sea-
son. He also drove in the Giants' fi-
nal run with a sacrifice fly in the
Wakefield walked five and was
wild in the Giants' two-run third,
when he hit a batter and catcher Don
Slaught was charged with two passed
Then-Georgia Tech
sophomore point
guard Kenny Anderson
was chosen second
overall by the New
Jersey Nets in the 1991
NBA draft.

Padres 6, Marlins 2
Fred McGriff sparked the slug-
gish San Diego offense with three
hits and three runs scored as the
Padres beat the Florida Marlins 6-2
Tony Gwynn had three of the
Padres' 13 hits, singling and scoring
in the first inning and doubling in a
run in the ninth. Phil Plantier drove
in two runs for San Diego with a
first-inning sacrifice fly and an
eighth-inning single.
McGriff singled home a run in
the first inning and later scored. He
doubled and scored in the sixth and
eighth innings.
San Diego starter Andy Benes (1-
1) allowed eight hits, struck out
seven and walked two in seven in-
nings. Gene Harris picked up his
first save with 1 1-3 innings of per-
feet relief.
Jack Armstrong (0-2) struck out a
career-high 10 in seven innings. But
he also allowed nine hits and a walk
to the Padres.
Indians 10, Blue Jays 6
Thomas Howard had four singles
and three RBIs, and Carlos Baerga
hit a three-run homer as Cleveland
beat Toronto 10-6 yesterday.
Howard's two-run single gave the
Indians a 5-2 lead in the second, and

his RBI single in the sixth made it
After Kenny Lofton and Howard
singled in the first, Baerga homered
off Jack Morris (0-2) to give the In-
dians a 3-0 lead. It was Baerga's third
homer of the season for the Indians,
who had 16 hits off four Toronto
Mark Clark (1-0) allowed five
runs on eight hits over six innings
in his American League debut. He
struck out two and walked one.
Derek Lilliquist pitched two in-
nings for his second save.
Morris last only 2 2-3 innings,
matching his shortest outing since
coming to the Blue Jays last season.
He gave up seven runs on eight hits.
Mariners 7, Orioles 6
Jay Buhner's bases-loaded single
with two outs in the 12th inning
gave Seattle a 7-6 victory over Bal-
timore Sunday.
Buhner's hit came on a 2-2 pitch
from Mark Williamson (0-1), the
sixth Oriole to pitch in the contest.
Rookie Fernando Vina opened
the inning with a double and
Williamson walked Omar Vizquel.0
After Rich Amaral sacrificed the
runners to second and third,
Williamson struck out rookie Lee
Tinsley and walked Ken Griffey, Jr.

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