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Sunday, September 21, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press grounder to third which Ron
NEW YORK - Bob Moose hurl- Santobooted as Davalillohscored
ed Pittsburgh's first no-hitter in the tying run. Vada Pinson then
10 years yesterday shackling the hit a grounder to second which
front-running New York Mets 4-0 Glen Beckert booted to load the
with the help of a sparkling de- bases.
fense play by right fielder Roberto Torre followed with a single
Clemente. that drove home two runs and
Moose, three weeks snort of his Mike Shannonmput the finish-
22nd birthday, limited the Mets ing touches on with a run-scor-
to a pair of walks and retired ing single.
11 batters in succession over one
stretch on the way to the fifth Giants triumph
no-hitter in the majors this sea-
son. SAN FRANCISCO - R i g h t-I
Clemente made a leaping one- hander Juan Marichal of the San
handed catch of Wayne Garrett's Francisco Giants became a 20-
liner to the right field fence in the game winner for the sixth time
sixth inning, keeping the no-hit in his major league career by
string alive. It' was the first hit- beating the Los Angeles Dodgers
less pitching performance by a 5-4 yesterday.
Pirate since Harvey Haddix hurled The victory kept the Giants
12 perfect innings against Mil- one half game ahead of second
waukee in 1959 before losing 1-0 place Atlanta and dropped t h e
on one hit in the 13th. Dodgers 272 back.
Moose, a 5-foot-11 right-hander Marichal scattered 10 hits to
who spent a good part of the sea- bring his record for the year to
son in, the bullpen before earning 20-10.
a regular starting assignment, - -----
struck out six - three in the
eighth inning - in bringing his U.S. TRIUMPHS
record to 12-3.
Cubs bounced Doubles w
CHICAGO - Joe Torre's two-
run single, following a pair of CLEVELAND (A) - A pair of
Chicago errors, propelled the St. young Californians playing as if
Louis Cardinals to a four-run they were one, Stan Smith and
eighth inning that brought them Bobby Lutz, crushed Romania's
a 4-1 victory over the sagging Illie Nastase and Ion Tiriac in a
Cubs yesterday. little more than an hour of rugged
The loss left the second-place doubles play Saturday and clinch-
Cubs four games behind front- ed the Davis Cup for the United
running New York in the Na- States. The score was 8-5, 6-1.
tional League's Eastern Division 11-9.
pennant race.
The Mets reduced their magic The triumph marked the first
pennant-cliching number to six time since 1944-49 that the United
because of the Chicago defeat. States had won the trophy two
The Cubs and Bill Hands held years in succession.
a 1-0 lead going into the eighth The victory gave the American
built on Jim Hickman's 21st homer team a 3-0 lead going into the
in the second inning, singles Sunday which send Smith
Vic Davalillo opened the eighth against Nastase and Arthur Ashe,
with a pinch hit single and with the top-ranking U.S. ace from
one out Lou Brock singled him I Richmond, Va.. against the wily,
to third. Curt Flood then hit a controversial Tiriac.

Ma jor League Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division Eastern Division
W L Pct. GB W L Pct. GB
New York 91 61 .599 - Baltimore 106 47 .693 -
Chicago 88 66 .571 4 Detroit 85 67 .559 20 j,
Pittsburgh 82 70 .539 9 Boston 81 70 .536 24
St. Louis 82 70 .539 9 Washington 78 74 .513 271
Philadelphia 61 91 .401 30 New York 75 77 .493 30
Montreal 50 104 .335 42 Cieveland 60 92 .395 45?<

Western Division
San Francisco 85 67 .559
Atlanta 85 68 .556
Los Angeles 82 69 .543
Cincinnati 80 70 .533
Houston 78 72 .520
San Diego 48 104 .316
Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 6 ,Montreal 4
Pittsburgh 4, New York 0
St. Louis 4, Chicago 1
Atlanta 3, San Diego 2
Houston 6, Cincinnati 0
San Francisco 5, Los Angeles 4
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at New York, 2
St. Louis at Chicago
Cincinnati at Houston
Philadelphia at Montreal
Atlanta at San Diego
Los Angeles at San Francisco

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Western Division
Minnesota 91 60 .603
Oakland 80 70 .533
California 67 83 .447
Chicago 62 87 .420
Kansas City 63 87 .420
Seattle 58 93 .384

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Yesterday's Results
Foston 6, Detroit 3'
Baltimore 8, New York 7
Washington 5, Cleveland 3, 12 innings
Chicago 7, Kansas City 0
Minnesota 3, Seattle 2
Oakland at California, Inc.
Today's Games
Oakland at California
Chicago at Kansas City
Seattle at Minnesota
Boston at Detroit
Washington at Cleveland
New York at Baltimore

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In the opening singles Friday, :'arrying North Vietnamese, Viet
Ashe turned back a nervous Nas- Cong and Communist China ban-
tase 6-2, 15-13, 7-5, 6-4, 6-4. ters and chanting "Ho, Ho, Ho
The doubles match was delayed Chi Minh," marched toward the
by 20 minutes midway in the sec- stadium. They were intercepted by
:nd set because of a light shower a cordon of policemen.
and demonstration by a group of There was a brief scuffle, some
Students for a Democratic Society ,lub waving and most of the dem-
adherents. 3nstrators were hauled off to the
About 50 of the demonstrators, police station in a garbage truck.

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Michigan Ruggers open;
crush outmanned Sarnia
By TOM GARDNER 1 minutes, Bowers received the ball
The Michigan ruggers had a after a series of laterals and swept
fun time yesterday afternoon. the end for a try.
The Sarnia Saints weren't t o o Sarnia managed to light t h e
happy about it. scoreboard by scoirng on a free
Sarnia came into town with- penalty kick in the final second
out complete uniforms (one play- of the first half. The teams
er played barefoot). They came switched sides with Michigan
without a complete team as five leading 19 to 3.
Michigan men played for t h e The second half opened with a
Saints. tremendous goal line stand by the
They came, furthermore, with- Blues. For the better part of five
out an offense. minutes Michigan closed off all
Led by John Bowers, Tom Fa- routes to the goal line as Sarnia
gan, and Tom Webster the Wol- swarmed within five yards of a
verine Blue team destroyed t h e touchdown.
make-shift Saints 44 to 3. Tom Webster used a Glenn
Play was rather slow at the Doughty move to score following
beginning, but quickly picked up a try by Fagan. The Blues scor-
when Captain Tom Raboine tal- ed five more times to close out the
lied the first points. Within a few victory.
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