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Special to the Daily
The Michigan softball team finally got to play yesterday,
but not against the scheduled opponent and now without a lit-
tle rain.
The squad was scheduled to play a doubleheader at Detroit,
but when the Titans cancelled due to poor field conditions,
s u a d g sWolverine coach Bob DeCarolis arranged a single game
againat Eaatern Michigan on the Hurons' home field.
AND THE Wolverines, idled since Friday night's Michigan
Tournament action because of poor weather, which cancelled
b u ia six games, made the most of the opportunity, blasting
The 14-hit explosion was a much needed batting average
boost for the light-hitting Wolverines, who now stand 28-23 on
the season. Three triples and a pair of doubles highlighted the
Meanwhile, Jan Boyd (13-12) and Sandy Taylor combined
on a one-hitter, a scratch single by left fielder Tish Miller off
the glove of third baaeman Karen Pollard in the fourth in-
ning.Boyd pitched four innings, striking out one and walking
none, then Taylor mopped up, going the final three innings
and allowing two walks while striking out two.
'M' pitching ace Stoll Michig
out at least 3 weeks

T cMichigan Daily Thursday, Miy 5-198: Pdg27
THE MICHIGAN hitters supported the fine pitching effort
by tallying two runs in each of the first two innings, another
run in the fourth, and five more in the sixth. Seven
Wolverine hitters knocked in at least one run apiece.
Carol Patrick and Missy Thomas each notched three hits in
five plate appearances for Michigan. Patrick and freshman
Leslie Bean knocked in a pair of runs apiece, while Thomas,
Penny Neer, Mena Reyman, Lisa Panetta, and Taylor
knocked in one each.
DeCarolis was quietly pleased with the day's work. "Three
good things happened today," said the third-year coact after
the game. "We got to play, the sun was shining, and we won."
The Wolverines close out the home season this weekend
against Big Ten arch-rival Ohio State in a pair of
doubleheaders on Saturday and Sunday at the Varsity Sof-
tball Diamond.
Next on the agenda, though, is another doubleheader
today, scheduled at Michigan State. The Wolverines and
Spartans split a pair at East Lansing on April 21st in their fir-
st meeting. Game time is 3:00.
an Baseball Statistics
Hitting

By PAUL HELGREN
Michigan pitching ace Rich Stoll will
be out for at least three weeks after he
injured his pitching hand in a game
against Ohio State last week. The junior
right-hander suffered a bone chip in his
thumb after fielding a one-hopper back
to the box.
Stoll was cautiously optimistic that
the cast on his hand would be removed
and he could pitch in the Big Ten tour-
nament in three weeka.
"MAYBE I'LL BE ready for the Big
Ten's," Stoll said . "If not, I'm hopeful
that I can pitch in the NCAA's. I'm not
really expecting anything good,
though"

Michigan coach Bud Middaugh was
philosophic about the loss of his best
hurler.
"Injuries are a part of the game," the
Wolverine skipper said. "We don't want
to use it as an out. If we lose the Big Ten
it will be because the guys on the field
lost, not because of injuries."
MIDDAUGH also said he is doubtful
whether Stoll will be able to pitch again
this season.
"Right now we're looking at (Stoll
being out) the rest of the season. I'll
listen to what the doctors say and make
the decision from there. I know Rich
would like to pitch right now with the
cast on. But if there is any doubt at all
as to the condition of his hand, he will
not pitch."
The injury was especially costly
because Stoll (7-2, 3.28 ERA) was star-
ting to pitch with authority after
struggling just a bit earlier in the
aeaaon.
STOLL'S PLACE in the starting
rotation will be assumed by junior Bill
Shuta (3-0, 4.68). Shuta was very effec-
tive against Adrian on Tuesday, giving
up no hits in five innings. But he also
has had problems with control, walking
16 batters in 171/s innings this season.
"You just don't fill the gap left by
your best pitcher," Middaugh said.
"But I have confidence in Bill Shuta. He
threw harder (Tuesday) than he has all
year."

Name, Pos.
Ken Hayward, 1B..............
Dan Disher, P-OF .............
Rich Bair, C ..................
Dave Kopf, P-DH ..............
Jeff Jacobson 2B.
Chris Sabo,3. . ......
Barry Larkin, SS ..............
Fred Erdmann,OF ............
Mike Walters, OF ..............
Chuck Froning,OF ............
Dale Sklar, OF ................
Eric Sanders, C................
Casey Close, P-OF .............
C. J. Beshke, 2B ...............
Kurt Zimmrman, INF ......
Jeff Minik, OF.........
DanS ygar, OF ................
Chris Gust, OF ..............
Chris SeychelOF .............
Tim Karazim, P ...............
Mark Dadabbo, C ..............
Derek Kerr.C .................
MICHIGAN ...................
Opponents .....................
Name
Jamie Piper .................
ary Wayne . ...
DaveeKopf..... . ...
Ken Hayward .................
rim Karazim ..................
Scott Kamieniecki..............
Rich Stll. ............
CaseyClose....
Bill Shuta ....................
Dan Disher ....................
MICHIGAN ...................
Opponents .....................

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37
29
35
16
37
37
35
27
33
29
32
14
27
26
10
27
31
3
13
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37
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R H
24 42
11 18
13 34
2 7
24 4
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26 34
s 20
21 23
11 16
21 20
3 6
6 15
7 10
4 2
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0 0
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253 346
111 206

BB
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2B-3B-HR RBI AVG.
8-0-4 36 .362
3-1-1 4 .360
7-1-1 15 .354
1-1-1 3 .350
7-0-8 42 .341
10-0-9 28 .336
2-0-3 19 .323
5-0-2 12 .313
7-2-0 18 .303
1-0-0 9 .302
6-1-3 11 .286
0-0-0 2 .273
1-0-1 6 .263
4-0-0 5 .250
0-0-0 1 .500
0-0-0 3 .462
2-0-0 3 .313
0-0-0 1 .125
0-0-0 I .000
0-0- 0 .000
0-0-0 0 .000
0-0-0 0 .000
64-6-33 218 .321
32-5-10 100 .213

Pitching
GS SAV W-L IP H BB s0 ERA
0 1 2-0 13.2 6 9 5 0.66
6 1 5-1 42.1 32 24 34 1.91
7 1 7-0 51.0 42 25 32 2.29
0 0 2-0 6.2 4 2 3 2.69
1 4 2-1 28.0 22 11 17 2.89
3 0 1-0 17.1 7 15 19 3.12
10 0 7-2 57.2 53 16 27 3.20
5 0 2-1 27.2 24 33 19 3.57
4 0 3-0 17.1 9 16 15 4.68
1 0 0-1 6.1 7 8 5 5.71
37 7 31-6 268.0 206 159 176 2.85
37 3 6-31 256.1 346 151 113 6.78

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