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The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, May 24, 1983- Page 15
MICHIGAN FINISHES SECOND, BARELY

Badgers take track title by a point
By JEFF FAYE Melanie (Weaver) set the pace. At the Allen Miller of the Univeristy of 7
Everyone thought the Big Ten end, she just poured it on." Georgia, 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 before a crowd of
women's track championships would be The field events did not go as well as over 2000 at Athens, Ga.
close but in the end it was on the verge Goodridge had hoped. The best event Lightvoet captured her first round h
of being ridiculous as Wisconsin edged for Michigan was the high jump, where match in womens play, downing
Michigan to win the crown by a single Wolverines finished third, fourth, and Margaret Redfern of Houston, 5-7, 6-0,
point, 94-93. fifth. Joanna Bullard flopped over 5'9 6hut o to s-vt-seedd Kel.
"It's very disappointing to lose by and Dawn Rich and Angie Hafner both -JIM DAVIS
such a narrow margin," said Wolverine reached 5'7". Other than that, Lorrie
head coach Francie Goodridge. "I was Thornton leaped to third in the long Golfers place sixth
pleased with our team and I had us jump (19'31") and Melody Middleton
figures a little farther apart in the stan- placed fourth in the heptathlon with Failing to take advantage of a golden
dings, but to come down to one point is 4,879 points. opportunity, the Michigan golfers
almost maddening." The Blue's only other major point finished sixth in the Big Ten meet at
GOODRIDGE knew going into the producer was Joyce Wilson in the Iowa City. Foster
meet that the distance events would 400-meter hurdles. She placed first with Sitting in fourth place entering the
make or break her team's chances and a time of 54.18. final round, the Wolverines were within ... dashes t tw titles
the distance runners responded with According to assistant coach James range of placing in the first division of second.
first or second-place finishers in all four Henry, "I wouldn't be any prouder of the conference for the first time in five Dan Roberts, a sophomore fro
distance races. In the 10,000 meters these girls if they had won . .. they did e last-round team-totl of 400, the silanti, paced the Wolverines w
Melanie Weaver finished second in well. - worst round of any team in the tourney, total of 294, good enough for a
33:54.18 and Lisa Larsen finished fifth Netters eliminated plummeted Michigan to sixth place. place tie individually. Roberts
in 34:29.27. Larsen then took second in Ohio State led by four of the top five named to the All-Big Ten team
the 5,000-meter run a time of 16:46.57. Michigan's last hopes in the NCAA individual golfers in the meet, took the could possibly go to the NCAA
The other two victories belonged to Sue tennis tournaments fell by the wayside conference crown. Indiana placed nament. -JIM D
Frederick-Foster. She placed first in last weekend.
both the 3,000 and 1,500 (9:32.92 and The doubles tandem of Mark Mees
4:19.94) and was joined in the 3,000 by and Tom Haney and number one SPQR TS OF THE DAIL Y'
Weaver in 9:39.11 (third place) and Sue women's singles player Stephanie
Schroeder in 4:29.62 (fifth). Lightvoet were defeated to close the net
Goodridge praised her senior runner. season. T r o n to ' ' ' "i ' I
"Sue had a terrific day. She had only Mees and Haney fell to defending
run the 3,000 once before so she just let doubles champions Ola Malmquist and ( - T.,i 1.af -A

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Michig

Name, Pos.
Rich Bair, C ...................
Chris Sabo, 3B.................
Barry Larkin, SS ..............
Dan Disher, OF-P .............
Jeff Jacobson, 2B-SS...........
Fred Erdmann, LF ............
Ken Hayward, lB-P............
Chuck Froning, IF-OF .........
Mike Watters, RF ..........
Casey Close, P-OF .............
Dale Sklar, CF .......
C.J.Beshke, 2B ... ..
Jeff Minick, OF.........
Kurt Zimmerman, OF .........
Dave Kopf, P-DH ..............
Dan Sygar, OF ................
Eric Sanders, C .
Chris Gast, OF.........
MICHIGAN ...................
Opponents .....................
Name
John Codere ...................
Jamie Piper ...................
Gary Wayne ...................
Ken Hayward .................
Scott Kamieniecki .............
Rich Stoll.......................
Tim Karazim ..................
Dave Kopf .....................
Casey Close ...................
Bill Shuta .....................
Dan Disher ....................
Dan Sygar .....................
MICHIGAN ...................
OD onents ...........

) - m1' Fr1 us Leal ana
Randy Moffitt combined to pitch Toron-
B e a S t to's third consecutive shutout and Ernie
in Base ball Statistics Whitt hit two of the Blue Jays' four
home runs in a 4-0 victory yesterday
H itting over the Detroit Tigers.
Toronto, chalking up its fourth con-
G AB R H 2B-3B-HR SB BB RBI AVG. secutive victory, ripped three of its
homers in the fourth inning, the first
50 138 24 56 10-5-2 2 8 33 .406 three hits off right-hander Milt Wilcox,
52 178 52 66 15-2-14 15 24 45 .371
50 162 45 59 4-1-5 13 22 34 .364 4-5 and all by left-handed hitters.
37 59 14 21 3-1-1 8 3 4 .356 Willie Upshaw led off with his seventh
52 170 37 60 10-0-10 7 18 58 .353 home run of the season and, one out
42 106 19 37 80-4 4 19 27 .349 later, Whitt connected for his second
52 160 34 55 10-14 6. 25 47 .344 homer of the year. Lloyd Moseb
43 88 17 29 1-0-0 2 14 16 .330yy
48 115 31 37 9-4-0 10 26 24 .322 drilled the next pitch out for his fourth
40 69 8 19 2-1-1 3 7 11 .275 home run.
45 99 29 27 7-1-3 3 8 13 .273 Whitt hit his second of the game in the
33 49 1 13 5-0-0 0 9261 sxth, also off Wilcox, to tie Toronto's
19 19 1 0 0-0-0 0 0 4 sixth1
18 10 6 4 1-0-0 3 5 2 .4N club record for homers in a game.
21 21 2 8 1-1-1 0 3 3 .381 Wilcox had allowed only four home runs
42 17 22 5 2-0 9 5 3 .204 in his previous 72 innings this year.
1.0 Leal, 4-3, limited the Tigers to three
hits through eight innings - John
52 1515 380 513 89-17-45 91 204 335 .339 Grubb's single in the first, Alan Tram-
52 1379 167 292 41-9-19 52 226 149 .212 mell's double in the third and Rick
Leach's single in the seventh.
Pitching McLain under investigation
TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - A federal
G CG SAV W-L IP H BB SO ERA grand jury is investigating former
2 0 0 0-0 1.3 1 0 0 0.00 Detroit Tiger pitching great Denny
9 0 1 3-0 17.3 7 15 8 1.56 McLain for alleged involvement in a
13 4 1 7-2 66.7 50 27 48 1.62 conspiracy to smuggle cocaine, a Tam-
5 0 0 2-0 8.7 5 3 4 2.07 pa television station has reported.
11 3 0 4-0 39.3 22 28 35 2.98 WXFL also the grand jury is
12 4 1 8-2 59.3 53 18 29 3.19 reported
18 0 6 4-1 44.3 39 19 28 3.25 looking into a civil suit filed in Highlan-
12 4 1 9-0 67.3 61 37 39 3.34 ds County that accuses McLain of loan-
12 1 0 5-1 47.0 34 44 29 3.83 sharking.
10 0 0 3-1 21.0 12 23 16 5.14
5 0 0 0-1 6.7 8 9 6 6.72 IN A SIX-PART report by Rob North
1 0 0 0-0 0.0 0 3 0 m* and Dan Bradley, WXFL said a Cessna
52 16 10 45-7 379.0 292 226 242 3.09
52 14 3 7-45 359.3 513 205 153 7.56 ® ,

402 leased to McLain and his partner
Felix Bertucci was seized at Bellerose,
La., last Oct. 24 while 1,000 pounds of
marijuana were being unloaded at a
small airstrip.
Seven men were arrested, including
pilot Earl Hunt, who told Louisiana and
federal officials his hometown was Tif-
ferson, Ohio, although there is no such
town. Police identified Hunt as
McLain's personal pilot.
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