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Saturday, April 12, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Yankees put stopper to
ae U' By PETER KENT...............
Special To The Daily
DETROIT-The red-hot Detroit Tigers were cooled off by
the combined pitching efforts of New York's rookie Bill
Burbach and veteran Lindy McDaniel yesterday. It was the .
Tigers' first loss of the season, 9-4.
Joe Pepitone collected four hits, including a home run, y
to lead the way for the Yankees. Bobby Murcer also had two,
hits and scored four times. E
Earl Wilson had a very poor spring training season, and
the Tigers pennant hopes may hinge upon whether or not }
Wilson will make it as the
third starting pitcher. Wilson£
d a jpitched well through the first
I seven innings, yielding only
two hits and two unearned
S g runs, although the defense fell
apart behind him. Wilson wasf
hit hard, however, and the .
NIGHT EDITOR: roof fell in in the eighth.
PAT ATKINS After a hard ground-out by
Jerry Kenney. Murcer lined a sin-.

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Tigers,

9-4

Cards edge Mets for first win;
Senators shut out Orioles, 4-0

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Joe Torre. who
had only one hit in his first 14'
at bats this season, rapped a
single, a double and a homer yes-
terday as the St. Louis Cardinals
defeated the New York Mets 6-5
for their first victory of the sea-!
son.I
The Cardinals, who have won
the national league pennant the

the bases, Tim Cullen delivered a pitcher, had entered the game in
two-run single. the 14th while Hamilton became
Cleveland's fifth hurler in the
BostonnipsCleveland 13th.

CLEVELAND - Singles by Rico
Petrocelli and Russ Gibson and
pinch-hitter G e o r g e Thomas'J
ground out brought home the
winning run as Boston nipped
Cleveland 2-1 yesterday in 16,

past two years, lost their- first innings.
three games to Pittsburgh. Petrocelli and Gibson stroked
Torre, acquired last month from their hits with one out off loser
Atlanta for Orlando Cepeda, Jack Hamilton before Thomas
singled in the first inning after batted for winning pitcher Bill a
Vada Pinson had doubled home Landis and grounded out to sec-1
Lou Brock. ond, Petrocelli scoring.
Then he triggered a two-run Landis, 2-0 Boston's fourth
burst in the third with a double
and in the seventh sealed the
Cards' triumph with his first home Major Leagu
run, a 400-foot blast well over the
left field wall. All of his hits were American League
off Met starter Jerry Koosman. East DivisionL Pt. B
The Mets rallied in the eighth, Washington 3 1 .750 -
scoring a run with no outs on Detroit 2 1 .667 VI
singles by Cleon Jones, Ed Charles Boston 2 1 .667 l
and Ron Swoboda plus Jerry BaltiNore 1 2 .333 1
Grote's sacrifice fly. Cleveland 0 3 .000 2 ]

Cubs blank Expos
CHICAGO -- Billy Williams
singled home Don Kessinger in
the 12th inning yesterday after-
noon to give the Chicago Cubs a
1-0 victory over the Montreal
Expos.
Kessinger walked with two out,
stole second and took third on
John Bateman's wild throw. After
Glenn Beckert walked, Montreal
brought in Dan McGinn to pitch
to Williams, who singled to center
breaking up the ball game.

W olverine
golfers s ink
to 14th spot
Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - Hoping that
today will be a better day, the
Michigan golf team finished the
first round of the Robert Kepler
Ohio Invitational Tournament in
Columbus yesterday in fourteenth
place in a 15 team field.
The Wolverine golfers finished
the round with a five man total of
417. Michigan State and Purdue'
were tied for the lead at the end
of play yesterday with totals of
385.
tow man for the Michigan links-
men was Randy Erskine with a
score of 79. Captain Keith Mohan
was next with an 82. Following
him were Rod Sumpter with 83,
Mark Christenson at 86, Dan
Schewe with an 87 and John
Roska at 91. Only the top five
scores were counted in the team
total.
Coach Bill Newcomb had little
to say after the round, comment-
ing only that, "All we can hope
is that there will be a great im-
provement in today's play."'
The 54 hole tournament con-
eludes today with 36 holes of play.
The golfers next competition does
not take place until after the se-
mester ends, May 2, in the North-
ern Intercollegiate Tournament,
again in Columbus-

gle to right. Roy White then laced
a high change-up over the 325
mark in right field. That was all
for Wilson.
Bill Burbach looked very im-
pressive in his major league de-
but, although he did not earn the
victory. He held the tough Tiger
sluggers scoreless through the first
six. He maintained control most
of the way, finding himself in
trouble only once.
Dick McAuliffe led off the third
with a walk and took second on
Al Kaline's one-out line single off
third - baseman Murcer's g 1 o v e.
Norm Cash walked to load the
bases for Willie Horton, but Hor-
ton grounded into a double-play
to end the inning
The Yanks took the lead in the
fourth when Murcer led off with a
grounder to second. The ball pop-
ped out of Cash's mit, and Murcer
Beninington ill
Michigan State basketball
coach John Bennington was
placed in the intensive observa-
tion unit at Lansing's Edward
W. Sparrow Hospital list night
following a heart attack. His
condition was described as
"critical."'
was on. White struck out, and
Pepitone drilled a stand-up double
down the alley in right-center to
score Murcer.
Murcer, again, started the Yan-
kee rally in the sixth, this time by
drawing a walk. White hit a sac-
rifice bunt to Wilson, but Wilson
t 'rwthe ball into right field.
Murcer scoredand White was left
on third for the rest of the,
inning.

ie Standings
National League
East Division

7

-Associated Press
TIGER THIRD BASEMAN Don Wert tags out New York's Jake Gibbs in the second inning of yes-
terday's game. Gibbs, who was trying to advance from second on Horace Clarke's infield grounder,
never quite made it but the Yankees won anyway, 9-4. The loss dropped the Tigers out of the top
spot in the American League race, a game behind the league-leading Washington Senators.

Chicago
Pittsburgh
New York
Montreal
St. Louis
Philadelphia.
Atlanta
xSan Diego
LsAngeles

W L
4 0'
4 0
2 2
123
1 3
0 4
West Division
4 0
3 0
2 1

Pct.
1.000
1.000
.500
.250
.250
.000
1.000
1.000

Detroit finally fought back in. Bill Freehan started the rally
the bottom of the seventh. Don with a single down the left field
Wert lined a single to left-center. line. After Wert flew out, pinch-
Manager Mayo Smith then decid- hitter Gates Brown hit into a force
ed to send Wilson to bat rather play. McAuliffe, walked, putting
than pinch-hit for him. Brown on second. Stanley then hit
The calculated risk paid off as a perfect hit-and-run play, sin-
Wilson came through with a hard gling to center. Brown scored all
single to left, sending Burbach to the way from second and Mc-
the showers. Lindy McDaniel Auliffe made it to third. McDaniel
didn't fare much better in his re- got out of it by striking out Ka-
lief appearance, although he gain- line.
ed the victory. Relief pitching was put to the
After McAuliffe struck out, test again in the top of the ninth,
Mickey Stanley grounded a single when Dick Radatz took over. Hor-
through the hole to left to score ace Clarke singled to left, leading
Wert. Kaline thei'struck out. Cash off the inning. Rookie Jerry Ken-
drew a walk to load the bases for ney hit a sacrifice bunt to the
Horton again., This time Horton pitcher, but once again the throw
hit 'aroutine grounder to short,
but Gene Michael booted it, and
Wilson scored. Jim Northrup Yankees
grounded out to end the inning. DETROIT
White's two-run homer gave the ab r h rbi
Yankees a chance to work on the McAuliffe, 2b 3 0 0 0
Detroit weak spot - the relief Stanley, r 4 0 1 0
pitching. John Hiller was the first Cash, lb 3 1 1 0
victimn. He faced three men, giving Horton, if 5 0 0 0,
up one run and two hits, before he Northrup, of 3 0 1 0
could retire the side. Freehan, c 4 0 3 1
The Tigers may have been Wilson, p 3 1 1 0
thinking about one of their pat- Hiller, p 0 0 0 0
ented come-from-behind surges, Brown, ph 1 1 0 0
but the rally in the bottom of the Kilkenny, p 0 0 0 0
eighth fell short. Total 36 4 10 3

went into right field. Clarke scor-
ed and Kenney went to third.
Murcernsingled up the middle to
score Kenney. White then tagged
another one to right field, but it
was pulled in by Kaline. Joe Pepi-
tone followed with his booming
two-run blast in the upper deck in
right. Manager Smith finally
brought in a rookie, Mike Kilken-
ny, to put out the fire.
Norm Cash surprised everyone
in the ball park with a perfect
bunt down the third base line to
lead off the Tiger ninth. He was
brought around on a wild pitch,
single, and sacrifice fly by Free-
han. However, that was all for the
Tigers, and the end of a long day.
go home
NEW YORK
Clarke, 2b 5 1 1 0
Kenney, cf 4 1 0 0
Murcer, 3b 4 , 4 2 1
White, If 4 1 1 2
Pepitone, Ib 5 2 4 3
Tresh, ss 0 0 0 0
Michael, ss 2 0 0 0
Robinson, rf 5 0 1 1
Gibbs, c 3 0 0 0
Burbach, p 3 0 0 0
McDaniel, p 1 0 0 0
Total 36 9 9 7
New York 000 101 034--9
Detroit 000 000 211--4

* * *
BALTIMORE - Barry Moore,
Casey Cox and Dennis Higgins
combined to blank the Baltimore
Orioles 4-0 on six hits last night
as the Washington Senators won
their third straight game after
losing the season opener.
The Senators, who took a .361
batting average into the game,
were held pretty well in check
by loser Jim Hardin, but a Boog
Powell error led to three unearned
runs in the third inning.
A bases-loaded sacrifice ,fly by:
Mike Epstein scored the first run
and after another walk reloaded

West Division
W L P
xKansas City 2 0 1.
Seattle 2 1 .61
xOakland 1 1 .5
xCalifornia 1 1 .5
Chicago 1 2.3
xMinnesota 0 2 .0
x-Late games not included.
Yesterday's Results
New York 9, Detroit 4
Boston 2, Cleveland 1, 16 inn.
Seattle 7, Chicago 0
Washington 4, Baltimore 0
Today's Games
Kansas City at Oakland
Minnesota at California,tnight
Chicago at Seattle, night
New York at Detroit
Boston at Cleveland
Washington at Baltimore

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Cincinnati 1 2 .333 2/2
xSan Francisco 0 3 .000 31/j
Houston 0 4 .000 4
x-Late game not included.
Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis 6, New York 5
Chicago 1, Montreal 0, 12 inn.
Los Angeles 9, Houston 3
Atlanta 6, Cincinnati 4
Today's Games
St. Louis at New York
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Montreal at Chicago
Cincinnati at Atlanta
Los Angeles at Houston, night
San Francisco at San Diego

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