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Page 16 Thursday, June 4, 1981 The Michigan Daily

inks eight

Goalie Jon Elliott tops the list of recruits head coach John
Giordano has signed to play hockey for Michigan next
The 6-1, 180-lb. netminder from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada,
has a chance to start in the wake of departing goalies Paul
Fricker, Rudy Varvari and Bob Sutton. The Wolverines will
need all the help they can get in the nets, as the only retur-
ning netminder with college experience is senior Peter
Mason, owner of a career 1-5 slate.
GIORDANO ALSO SIGNED Mark Chiamp, another
goaltender, who played for the Redford Royals of the Detroit
Junior "A" League. The 5-8, 160-pounder will also vie for a
starting position.
Two defensemen were also inked, including 6-3, 195 John
Hawkins from Buffalo, New York and Mike Neff, a 6-1, 190-lb.
blue-liner from Birmingham Brother Rice High School. Neff
played for the Paddock Pool Saints in the Detroit Junior "A"
League. Both Hawkins and Neff are solid defensive defen-
semen who may get playing time.
Rounding out Michigan's 1981 recruiting class are four

forwards. Jeff Grade, a 5-111%2, 175-pound center-forward,
was a member of the 1980-81 National Junior Team and is a
good skater who can compete with the most physical of
players in the corners.
THE OTHER forwards who will attend Michigan are 6-0,
175-lb. Paul Kobylarz from Catholic Central High School and
5-9 170-lb. James Huber, who was a Junior "A" All-Star in
Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Craig Noren, a 5-11, 165-lb. center
from Lakeland High School completes the list.
"Grade, Huber and Kobylarz are all proven scorers,"
Giordano said. "They will be competing for-positions and are
expected to contribute."
The forwards will be counted on to help fill the gaps left by
three departed linesmen, Roger Bourne, Jeff Mars, and Gor-
die Hampson, all of whom finished in the top seven in scoring
this past season for Michigan.
All told, Giordano expects about twenty players to report to
camp in the fall, approximately 12 walk-ons in addition to the
eight signees. And many of the positions next season are up in
the air. Consequently, with all the newcomers, there is a
possibility that some players who have experience may get
pushed out of a job, according to Giordano.


Tigers roar past Brewers, 4-1


Special tothe Daily
DETROIT-Dan Schatzeder raised
his record to 3-3 with a 9-hit performan-
ce that fell just two outs short of a com-
plete game as the Detroit Tigers
downed the Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 last
night at Tiger Stadium.
Schatzeder went 81/ innings and gave
up only one run which came in the ninth
inning, as the Tigers worked their way
back up to the .500 mark at 25-25.
WITH ONE out in the ninth, Gorman
Thomas doubled to deep center field
and Don Money followed with an RBI
single. Tiger manager Sparky Ander-
son quickly pulled Schatzeder and in-
serted Kevin Saucier. Saucier struck
out Mark Brouhard and got Ed Romero
on a bounce out to Stan Papi who
finished the game at third.
The Tigers scored their first run in
the second inning when Richie Hebner
led off with a single, Champ Summers
singled him to third, and Kirk Gibson
followed with a sacrifice fly to center
field to bring home Hebner. Bill Fahey
proceeded to rap a single to right field,
but Summers was caught trying to
score from second. Mick Kelleher
struck out to end the inning.
Then in the third, the Tigers added
two runs. Lou Whitaker tripled to lead
off the inning, and Lynn Jones pumped
a sacrifice fly to center to make the
score 2-0. Steve Kemp followed with a
walk and Hebner banged a double off of
the 370 sign in right-center to bring
Kemp home and knock starter Jim
Slaton off the mound. Jerry Augustine
came on for the Brewers and got Sum-
mers to bounce weakly to the mound,
ending the Tigers' threat.
THE TIGERS completed their
scoring when, with one out in the eighth,
Kemp hit a full count pitch from
Augustine into the right field lower
deck for the Tigers fourth run.
Other than that, Augustine was un-
touchable, as he pitched 51/3 innings,
giving up four hits, including the home
run while striking out four Tigers.
Slaton and Augustine paired up to end
Gibsons and Jones' nine-game hitting
streaks, which were the longest of the

season for Tiger batters. Gibson went
zero for two with a sacrifice fly, while
Jones was silenced in three at bats,
collecting a sacrifice fly as well.
Indians 4, Red Sox 1
CLEVELAND (AP) - Toby Harrah
knocked in three runs with two homers
and scored three runs to lead the
Cleveland Indians to a 4-1 victory over
the Boston Red Sox last night.
Cleveland left-hander Rick Waits, 5-4,
allowed nine hits, struck out two and
walked one in 81/ innings before Sid
Monge relieved and picked up his
second save.
WAITS ALLOWED at least one hit in
each of the first five innings, but the
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base only once in that span. The only
Boston run came in the eighth when
Reid Nichols tripled and scored on a
groundout by Dwight Evans.
Cleveland took a 2-0 lead against
loser John Tudor, 2-2, on Harrah's third
homer of the year, which followed a
leadoff single by Bo Diaz in the second
The Indians added a run in the fourth
when Harrah walked, moved to second
on Dave Roselle's fly to right center
and scored on Tom Veryzer's single,
which glanced off the glove of shortstop
Glenn Hoffman.
Harrah capped Cleveland's scoring
with a solo blast leading off the sixth in-

Cardinals, Expos tied
After nine innings last night, the St.
Louis Cardinals and Montreal Expos
were tied at one apiece. The two teams
are currently in second and third place
respectively. St. Louis is a game and a
half in back of first place Philadelphia,
while Montreal trails the Phillies by
two games.
Pirates 3, Cubs 2
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Jason Thom-
pson smacked a two-run pinch homer in
the eighth inning off rookie Randy Mar-
tz to lift the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-2
victory over the Chicago Cubs last


AP Photo
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS'Dane Iorg is tagged out at home plate by Montreal Expos catcher Gary Carter as he tried to
score during the fifth inning last night at St. Louis. The Cardinal's Glenn Brummer singled to center field to bring Iorg
homeward. The throw from the Expos Andre Dawson was on target and in time to catch Iorg short of the plate.

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