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Page 14-Tuesday, June 2, 1981-The Michigan Daily


Club Sports Roundup
The Michigan rugby team won its match against Michigan State this past
Saturday, 23-14, for its sixth consecutive victory. The way that the team has
played of late, it would seem that the only thing preventing it from extending
this streak is the fact that the encounter at Michigan State was their last of
the season.
John Hartman, who has continually proved to be an offensive stalwart, led
the Wolverines in scoring with ten points by notching two tries and a conver-
sion. Right behind Hartman in scoring in the contest was Tony Menyhart
with nine points. The other point-getter for Michigan was David Weber who
scored four points.
The 'B' team rebounded from the previous week's 12-6 loss at the hands of
the Detroit Tradesmen to beat the MSU 'B' 27-6.
During the Memorial Day weekend, the Michigan frisbee team travelled
to Madison, Wisconsin for a nine team tournament, and got to the tour-
nament's finals before finally succumbing to the St. Louis Panturas by a 25-9
To get to the finals, Michigan played four games on the first day of the
tournament, losing only to St. Louis. On the second and final day, the
Wolverines beat Madison 17-16 in two overtimes. However, it was a costly
victory as the two overtimes made the game last three hours, and with only
45 minutes to recover for the finals, fatigue set in.
"The match against Madison just wiped us out," said Dave Neely. "We
were just exhausted. By the time we got to the second overtime, we knew
whoever won would get killed (against St. Louis)."
The frisbee team's next match will take place on June 21 against the
Yellow Springs Discos, who hail from Ohio. The sight for the match has Rot
been finalized, but it will either by played at Elbel or Fuller Field.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the acrijies of Michigan's club sports teams
during the precious week. This weeks information was compiled by Daily sports writer
Ron Pollack.

AP Photo
Leaning into the throw
Cleveland Indians' third baseman Toby Harrah fires the ball off balance in
an attempt to throw out New York Yankee batter Willie Randolph at first
base in last night's game at Cleveland Stadium. Harrah's throw was late,
allowing Randolph to cross first safely.

Tigers top Brewers in 12 innings
By JOE CHAPELLE second baseman Lou Whitaker advan- Brewer lead in the third, however. Lou. Manager Billy Martin, involved in<
DETROIT-The Tigers took a 4-3 ced Kelleher to third and Jones brought Whitaker led off the inning with a liner bumping incident with umpire Terr
heartbreaker away from the him in to end the 3-3 tie and the game. up the middle for a single. Milwaukee Cooney, has been suspended for on
Milwaukee Brewers last night as Lynn Milwaukee jumped out to an early 1-0 pitcher Randy Lerch then walked shor- week and fined $1,000, America
Jones singled in Mick Kelleher to win lead in the second inning when pitcher tstop Alan Trammell with one out. With League president Lee MacPhail at
the game in the bottom of the 12th in- Milt Wilcox gave up a homerun ro the two outs, Tiger first-baseman John nounced yesterday.
ning. Brewers' designated hitter, Ted Sim- Wockenfuss hit a grounder into left MacPhail said Martin has been it
BREWER PITCHER Reggie mons. field. Whitaker scored when Milwaukee formed of the penalty and has the righ
Cleveland came in in the 11th inning to In the third inning, Milwaukee built Ben Oglivie overthrew catcher Charlie to appeal. The suspension is retroactib
relieve starter Randy Lerch. Cleveland on its lead, as Brewer shortstop Ed Moore, attempting to make the play at to Saturday's game, so Martin willb
ran into trouble in the 12th, however, Romero rapped a line shot into left field home. Tiger catcher Lance Parrish able to resume his managerial duti
when the Tigers came up to bat. for a two-base hit, and second baseman singled into right field to bring Tram- next Saturday, when Oakland is hom
Detroit's Champ Summers, batting for Jim Gantner singled into right to bring mell and Wockenfuss home, and give against Boston.
Stan Papi, started the Tigers rolling Romero home for Milwaukee's second Detroit a 3-2 advantage. Angels 3, Jays O
with a centerfield single. Kelleher then run of the night. The Brewers tied the game in the TORONTO (AP)-Ken Forsch ou
came into run for Summers. Tiger The Tigers managed to erase the fourth. With one out, Wilcox gave up a dueled Toronto's Dave Stieb with




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single to Brewer rightfielder Gorman
Thomas, and then walked third
baseman Roy Howell. The B'rewers'
centerfielder Marshall Edwards
smashed the ball down the third base
line to bring Thomas home and tie the
game, 3-3.
Tiger manager Sparky Anderson
then brought in Dave Tobik in relief.
Tobik promptly retired the side with a
double-play grounder off the bat of
The Tigers threatened in the fifth
when Lynn Jones singled, but Lerch
pitched his way out of trouble. The
Brewers threatened in the sixth when
Oglibie doubled down the first-base
line, but was stranded there.
In the eighth Saucier came in for
Tobik and gave up singles to both Cecil
Cooper and Oglivie. But Simmons hit
into a double play and Wockenfuss
caught a pop foul off the bat of Mark
Brouhard, who batted for Edwards, to
end the inning.
Neither team managed to score in the
ninth as well, and the two squads went
into extra innings, tied 3-3.
Martin fined
NEW YORK (AP)-Oakland

three-hitter and Butch Hobson and Dan
Ford homered as the California Angels
beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-0 last
Forsch, 7-3, limited the Blue Jays to
singles by Barry Bonnell in the first in-
ning, Damaso Garcia in the fifth and
Alfredo Griffin in the eighth. He struck
out six and walked three in hurling his
third shutout of the season and tying
Oakland's Mike Norris, Boston's Mark
Clear and Detroit's Jack Morris for the
most wins in the American League.
NBA All-league
team named
First Team
F-Julius Erving, Philadelphia (130)
F-Larry Bird, Boston (126)
C-Kareem Abdul-Jabbar,
Los Angeles (118)
G-George Gervin, San Antonio (99) -
G-Dennis Johnson, Phoenix (60)
Second Team
F-Marques Johnson, Milwaukee (54)
F-Adrian Dantley, Utah (37)
C-Moses Malone, Houston (63)
G-Otis Birdsong Kansas City (58)
G-Nate Archibald, Boston (44)



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