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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 11 1982-Page 15
Michigan takes two from Indiana

Special to the Daily
BLOOMINGTON - Led by a strong
offensive attack and backed by some
fine pitching, the Michigan baseball
team completed their second straight
sweep over the Indiana Hoosiers
yesterday by scores of 17-3 and 6-2.
With the two victories, the
Wolverines upped their overall record
to 37-8 and their Big Ten mark to 9-3 and
clinched a tie for second place in the
Iig Ten and need to win only one of

their last four games with Michigan
State to gain a berth in the Big Ten
playoffs at Champaign,
IN THE OPENER, M.iichigan collec-
ted 22 hits off of'three Hoosier pitchers
as the Wolverines walked off with an
easy 17-3 victory. Leading the
Michigan attack was third baseman
Chris Sabo who had four hits including
a two run homer, a double, two singles,
and a walk while driving in six runs and-
stealing two bases, one a clean steal of
The Wolverines jumped out to a four
run lead in the first inning off of Sabo's
homer and a solo shot by Jeff Jacobson,
who also homered in the nightcap.
Michigan finally drove Indiana star-
ting pitcher Mike Humphrey from the
mound in the third with another four
run outburst. Reliefer Rick Hazelip
didn't- fare much better against the
Wolverine attack as he gave up four
runs in the fourth and another twoin the
fifth. Michigan then added three more
runs in the seventh off Bill Scott.
Michigan hurler Steve Ontiveros
went the distance for the first time this
year allowing only three runs on six hits.
Ontiveros had a Shutout until the sixth
inning when Hoosier catcher Bill
Mueller touched him for a three run
MICHIGAN designated hitter Ken
Hayward also had a big game as he

went four for four with three doubles.
In the nightcap, the Michigan guns
cooled off a bit, but the Wolverines still
managed six runs on nine hits ads they
swept the doubleheader with a 6-2 vic-
The fifth inning was the decisive
stanza as both Jim Paciorek and
Jacobson homered off of Indiana star-
ter Ted Kitchel, the Hoosier All-Big Ten
basketball forward. Paciorek led off

the inning with his 14th homer of the
year and Jacobson followed soon after
with his second shot of the day, a three
run blast that drove Kitchel from the
WOLVERINE freshman Jeff Minick
got his third pinch hit of the series to
drive in an insurance run in the seventh
Bill Shuta picked up his fifth win of
the year in relief of Michigan starter
Tim Karazim who left the game in the
The Wolverines face Wayne State
tomoriow in a doubleheader at Fisher
stadium before squaring off for a pair
of doubleheaders against the Spartans
on Saturday in Ann Arbor and on Sun-
day in East Lansing.
Offensive fireworks
MICHIGAN ................404 420 3 17 22 2
Indiana .....................000 003 0 3/ 6 2
Ontiveros and Young; Humphrey, Hazelip (3),Scott
(5) and Mueller.
WP-Ontiveros (5-2)
LP-Humphrey (5-4)
HR-Sabo (3), Jacobson (4)
MICHIGAN ...............100 040 1 6 s 0
Indiana ......................010 010 0 2 S 1
Karazim, Shuta (3) and Bair; Kitchel, Simpson (5)
and Mueiler.
WP-Shuta (5-2)
LP-Kitchel (0-2)
HR-Paciorek (14), Jacobson (5)

. Fr
first complete game

... hits two homers

tenth and

The love and affection of sports fans
in Washtenaw County isn't the only
thing that Michigan and Eastern
Michigan have been sharing lately. The
two schools also had to share 10th place
in the Spartan Invitational golf tour-
nament, held last weekend in East Lan-
Both the Wolverines and lurons shot
a team, total of 763 for the 36-hole tour-
ney. The winner of the 15-team event
was Ohio State, which finished with 722
strokes to easily outdistance second-
place Bowling Green, which had 738.
AS HE HAS done several times this
season, Michigan freshman Dan Rober-
ts paced the Wolverine linksters,
shooting a 151 for the tourney. Roberts

shot a 76 on the first day and came back
with a 75 on the second. Steve Mad-
dalena and Gary Zenkel finished the
tournament with 154s, followed by Ed
Humenik and Ed Frutig at 155 and
Ryan Wiezycki at 158.
Following the Spartan Invitational,
which concluded on Saturday, the
Wolverine linksters took off for
Madison and the Badger Invitational
where the Wolverines, paced by
Humenik's 140, finished ina tie for third'
place with Minnesota. Indiana won the
tournamentwith a team score of 742
followed by Northern Illinois that
posted a score of 746 and the Wolverines
and Gophers with a score of 748:
Humenik, who set a tournament
record by shooting a 65 on Sunday, was
tied with Wisconsin's Craig Vrischke at

the end of the second round forcing a
playoff. Both golfers shot par on the fir-
st hole before Humenik birdied the
second hole to take the victory.
Other Michigan scores -were Dan
Roberts (75-74 149), Steve Maddalena/
(72-78 150), Gary Zenkel (76-78 154), Ed
Frutig (76-80 156) and Ryan Wiezycki
TheBadger Invitational was the final
tournament for Michigan before next
weekend's Big Ten Championships in
West Lafayette.
WAYNE STATE (DH), May 12, 1p.m.
at Michigan State (DH), May 161 p.m.
at NCAA Championships, May 14.22,
Athens, Ga.
at Big Teh Championships, May 14-16,
West Lafayette
at NCAA Championships, May 16-23,
Salt Lake City, Utah
at Big Ten Championships, May 14-15,

City goes to court against Raiders

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The city of
Oakland asked the California
Supreme Court Monday to order the
Oakland Raider football franchise to
remain in Oakland until there is a final
ruling in its case against the team.
The court heard arguments in
February on Oakland's move to take
over the pro football francise by
eminent domain. The city maintains it
has' power to use this means of
acquiring real property and intangible
property - such as a franchise - for public
ITS REQUEST to prevent the fran-
chse from moving to Los Angeles came in
the wake of a federal jury's decision
last week that the National Football
League violated antitrust laws in
preventing its migration from Oakland.
The city's petition claimed its
redevelopment marketing efforts
would be crippled because major
private investors "depend heavily upon
Oakland's continuing and unbroken af-

filiation of the National Football'
"No monetary or other relief could
repair the permanent destruction of
civic pride, social well being, prestige
and economic progress which a tran-
sfer would cause." it said.
Thompson player of week
NEW YORK (AP) - Jason Thom-
pson, the Pittsburgh Pirates' first
baseman, has been named National
League Player of. the Week for the
second straight week, league President
Chub Feeney said yesterday.
Thompson hit .550 during the week
ending on Sunday with 11 hits in 20 at-
bats and six RBI.
Also receiving consideration
were Dusty Baker of Los Angeles; Chili
Davis of San Francisco; Lonnie Smith
of St. Louis; Phil Garner of Houston;
Mookie Wilson of New York; and Bob
Dernier of Philadelphia.
Twins rookie hospitalized
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Rookie cen-

terfielder Jim Eisenreich of the Min-
nesota Twins entered a hospital Sunday
night for tests and treatment for his
nervous disorder.
Eisenreich, 23, was hospitalized after
the Twins returned home from a seven-
game road trip Sunday, the Twins
said. It was not immediatley known
how long Eisenreich would remain-

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