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The Michigan Daily - Friday, May 25, 1984 - Page 15

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Soviets offer post-Olympic games
anction warning given '88 Games in doubt, too
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (AP) - Accusing the U.S. administration
ROME (AP) -Franco Carraro, pre- "WHOEVER organizes international Communist nations boycotting the Los violating Olympic principles, the spo
lent of the Italian Olympic Commit- events of Olympic sports during this Angeles Olympics are planning post- officials' statement said: "The nation
and head of the European Olympic period of the Los Angeles games Olympic games of their own and have Olympic committees of socialist cot
mmittees, said yesterday those who violates the regulation and therefore expressed "unease" at the 1988 Games tries, with the exception of the Natio
ganize any rival athletic games faces sanctions," Carraro told a news being held in South Korea. Olympic Committee of Romania, we
ring the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics conference. A statement issued yesterday after a forced to decide on non-participation
L risk sanctions. meeting of sports chiefs of 11 Com- their sportsmen in the 23rd Olym
munist nations also gave a strong in- Games."
nternational sports sources have The Olympic charter prohibits mem- dication that North Korea was joining The boycotters decided to stage th
d the Soviet Union and its Com- bers from organizing meets during the the Soviet-led boycott, although the own games after the July 28-Aug.
nist allies boycotting the Los games, which are set for July 28-Aug. statement did not say so directly. Olympics. The Olympic charter fort
geles games might organize 12, and the official statements of Romania, meanwhile, said it would top-caliber international meets fr
arate competitions for their athletes boycotting countries have emphasized attend the Summer Games. being held during the Games.
hied the opportunity to compete in their support of the charter.
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Michigan Baseball Statistics

Ten's coach of year

Name, Pos.
Barry Larkin, SS ..........
Ken Hayward, 1-P ........
Casey Close, OF-P.........
Jeff Minick, OF-P ...
Hal Moris1B...
Rich Bair, C ...............
Mike Watters, CF ..........
Kurt Zimmerman, OF .....
C.J.Beshke,2B............
Dan Disher, OF-P .........
MattSinda,3B ...........
Chuck Froning, OF-P ......
RobHuffman, OF..........
BillShuta,P...............
Eric Sanders, C............
Randy Wolfe, C ............
Mike Betz, C...............
Chris Gust, OF ............
MICHIGAN ...............
Opponents................
Name
Ken Hayward .............
Johs Gretteoerger..
Jeff Misick.........
Scott Kamieniecki:........
Jerry Wolf .................
ChuckFroning.
Gary Wayne ........
Jon Wood .................
Bill Shuta ................
Dave Karasinski...........
Casey Close ...............
Kevin Gilles ...............
Paul Kasper...............
Paul Wenson ..............
Dan Disher ................
MICHIGAN ...............
Opponents .................

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41
58
56
53
38
57
58
48
45
42
57
49
42
17
16
16
14
24
58
58

Hitting
AB H R SB
138 51 42 14
168 58 45 5
159 53 40 4
133 44 29 6
41 13 7 0
157 48 26 5
160 48 45 12
66 18 23 3
91 24 27 2
43 11 12 2
138 35 19 5
100 25 11 2
60 15 20 2
2 1 0 0
19 7 4 1
19 5 3 1
16 4 2 1
29 5 6 1
1580 474 378 69
1580 404 283 56

BB
23
41
20
18
25
42
22
26
3
15
10
7
0
3
1
3
5
276
281

2B-3B-HR
7-2-4
10-1-11
10.2-8
3-0-2
9-0-4
10-5-2
1-2-4
2-2-0
1-3-2
5-0-2
7-1-2
4-0-0
0-0-0
2-0-0
2-0-0
2-0-0
1-0-0
89-19-44
72-16-32
BB
15
33
10
3
5
30
40
39
5
6
10
23
281
276

RBI
27
58
38'
41
35
26
17
12
8
24
12
to
1
3
3
3
2
328
261
so
26
43
15
3
7
31
41
33
0
4
3
5
293
214

AVG
.370
.345
.333
.331
.306
.300
.273
.264
.256
.254
.250
.250
.500
.368
.263
.250
.172
.300
.256
ERA
1.85
2.45
2.57
2.70
3.38
5.40
6.13
6.44
7.71
10.91
14.59
17.03
24.18
7.02

From staff and wire reports
Baseball coach Bud Middaugh, who
guided the Wolverines to a 40-18 record
and their second straight Big Ten
baseball championship, has been
named the Big Ten's 1984 baseball
coach of the year.
Middaugh is in his fifth year as the
head coach at Michigan. He has led the
Wolverines to four Big Ten champion-
ships and three appearances in the
College World Series. In CWS action
Michigan tied for third in 1983, finished
fifth in 1980 and seventh in 1981.
IN HIS FIRST four years at Michigan
Middaugh's teams have averaged
almost 43 wins a year. By winning the
NCAA mideast regional, this year's,
team would attain that average.
Before coming to Michigan Middaugh
was the head coach at Miami (Ohio).
He has achieved 30 wins -for 11 con-
secutive seasons, six at Miami and five
at Michigan. His lifetime record is 567-
248-1, including 211-75-1 at Michigan.
Middaugh, selected by his fellow
coaches for the title, received five of 10

first place votes and edged North-
western coach Ron Wellman, who
gathered four first place votes.
Michigan beat Northwestern 8-3 last
Sunday for the Big Ten baseball chan-
pionship.
The Wolverines face Atlantic 10
champion Temple on 'Friday in the
opening round of the NCAA Mideast
Regional at Central Michigan Univer-
sity.
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CG SAV W-L IP H
0 5 7-2 39.0 33
1 0 2-0 22.0 17
0 0 1-0 7.0 4
6 1 6-3 63.1 48
0 0 2-0 13.1 12
0 0 1-0 8.2 6
5 2. 8-2 74.1 05
0 0 0-1 10.0 14
1 0 5-1 54.1 61
0 0 3-3 44.2 47
1 0 5-5 56.0 71
0 0 0-0 3.1 7
0 0 0-0 3.2 6
0- 0 0-0 3.2 3
0 0 0-1 6.2 8
14 8 40-18 410.0 404
20 4 18-40 401.0 474

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