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May 21, 1982 - Image 16

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Page 16
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - The Tigers took their
eighth in a row last night as Detroit
downedrOakland 11-3 before 24,125 fans
at Tiger Stadium. Detroit was led hy
Mike Ivie, who had two homers on the
night, and Lance Parrish who had one
in the eighth.
The Tigers jumped to an early lead in
the first inning when Ivie, the Detroit
designated hitter, belted his third
homer 'of the year and first of the
evening over the left field fence to bring
in Enos Cabell to give the Tigers a 2-0
Detroit picked up another run in the
third off a Larry Herndon RBI triple to
right field which brought in center
fielder Kirk Gibson, who walked earlier
in the inning.
Oakland fought back in the fourth
however, when Danny Goodwin, the A's
designated hitter parked a two run
homer into the right field seats for his
second round tripper of the season.
Detroit took command of the game in
the fourth inning, scoring five runs off
of five hits. Second baseman Lou
Whitaker got on base with a single to
start things off for the Tigers. Gibson,
the fifth Tiger batter of the inning,
poked the ball to right field to score
Whitaker and right fielder Chet Lemon,
whowalked previously, making the
score 5-2.
Ivie then followed Gibson to the plate

Friday, May 21, 1982 The Michigan Daily
rip Oakland, 11-3
and smacked his second homer of the who replaced Oakland starting pitcher, Lemon, Brookens and Whitaker and
night into the left field lower deck to Tom Underwood, after Ivie's homer. walked ina run.
give Detroit a 7-2 edge. Herndon came home on the play after Parrish gave the Tigers some
The Tiger bats did not cool down getting on with a single. insurance in the eighth with a two run
there, however. Tom Brookens, the Detroit picked up another run in the homer into the right field seats for his
Detroit third baseman, hit an RBI seventh inning when Owchinko loaded fifth home run of the year that made the
single off of a pitch by Bob Owchinko the bases by giving up singles to score 11-3.

PITTSBURGH PIRATES Don Robinson is out at the plate as San Francisco Giants catcher Milt May applies the tag in the
seventh inning of yesterday's game at Candlestick Park which the Giants won 3-1. Robinson, trying to score from first
on a single, was thrown out by Giant rightfielder Jack Clarke. See story page 14.
Leach advances to
third round in tourney

special to the Daily
with wire service reports
ATHENS, Ga. - Although the Michigan men's tennis team did not fare well at
the NCAA team championships, the Wolverines top two singles players, Michael
Leach and Mark Mees, opened play yesterday in the individual competition.
Leach, who lost in three sets in the team competition to Georgia's John Mangan,
made ammends by advancing to the third round of the singles competition with
wins over Yale's Glenn Lyendecker, 6-4, 6-2 and Trinity's Tom Warneke, 7-6, (7-4),
6-4. Leach will now face Harvard's number one singles player Howard Sands
MEES WAS not as successful as his teammate as he dropped a first round two-
set decision to Scott Davis of Stanford, 6-4, 6-1.
In the first round of the doubles competition Leach and Mees were scheduled to
face Harvard's Sands and Bern, but the match was delayed by rain.
In a major upset, seeded Rodney Harman of Southern Methodist University was
ousted in the first round by unseeded Danny Saltz of UCLA.
BUT SALTZ had little time to enjoy his victory. An hour after his 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 vic-
tory over Harmon, he took the court in the second round, where he was defeated by
Thirteen of the top 16 seeded players won their first-round contests in the cham-
pionship matches at the University of Georgia.
No. 3 seed David Pate of Texas Christian University will face unseeded Jeff Tur-
pin of SMU in the third round.
PATE KNOCKED off two unseeded players, Craig Neuhart of California-Baker-
sfield, 6-4, 3-6, 64. Turpin beat unseeded Ronald Etienne of Florida International,
6-3, 1-6, 7-6 and unseeded Allen Miller of Georgia, 6-1, 6-3.
Miller earlier had defeated No. 9 seed Jean Desdunes of Clemson 6-2, 6-2.
No. 13 seed Pat Serret of Arkansas fell to unseeded Mark Johnson of Arizona
State 6-4, 6-1 in the first round.
Reflecting on his short-lived elation over defeating top-seeded Harmon, Saltz
said, "There are a lot of good players in this tournament. So if you're not playing
your best you're going to lose. I guess I was still trying to enjoy my first win."

Doily Photo
MICHIGAN NUMBER one singles player Michael Leach returns a shot in
early season action. Leach advanced to the third round of the NCAA in-
dividual championships where he will face Howard Sands of Harvard today.

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