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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN -DAILY

Sunday, October 5, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 5, 1969

WNXYZ PRESENTS
SERGIO MENDES nBrazi '66
Guest MC-DICK PURTAN
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26--730 P.M.
Masonic Auditorium
Detroit, Michigan
MAILORDERS: Sen4lCh2o(- Money Order wth samped, self
addressed envelope to: Masonic Temple Box Office, 500 Temple,
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Refreshments
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ATLANTA (A') - The alert New E
York Mets struck for five runs in
the eighth inning yesterday when
the Atlanta defense collapsed
around Phil Niekro, handing the
Mets a 9-5 victory in the first,
game of a best-of-5 playoff for
the National League pennant.
Orlando Cepeda's wild peg to
The second game of the Na-I
tional League playoff between
the New York Mets and the At-
lanta Braves will be broadcast
this afternoon at 3 p.m. on NBC
after the Jets-Patriots football
game.
the plate let the Mets take the lead'
in the sloppy eighth and T o n y
Gonzales' fumble of J. C. Martin's
pinch single contributed to the
downfall of the Braves.
They had racked up Tom Seav-
er, the Mets' 25-game-winning ace
'r eight hits. including two hom-
ers and four doubles in seven in-
nings.
Atlanta led, 5-4, going into the
eighth, made possible by Hank

Aaron's tie-breaking homer in the
seventh.
Then Wayne Garrett opened the
Met eighth with a double down
the left field line, and Cleon
Jones followed with a single that
tied the score.
Art Shamsky's third single had
Niekro, the knuckleball artist, on
the ropes. Jones proceeded to third{
on a delayed steal, beating the re-
lay of catcher Bob Didier to short-{
stop Gil Garrido to third base-
man Clete Boyer.
With one out and men on first
and third, Ed Kranepool rapped toj
Cepeda at first but the Atlanta
first baseman threw the ball into
the dirt at the plate, letting Jones
score the tie-breaking run.
Manager Lum Harris' strategy:
called for an intentional walk to
Bud Harrelson that loaded t h e
bases. Manager Gil Hodges then
made his move sending up Martin
to bat for Seaver, who had been
hit hard all day long.
Martin ripped a single to cen-
ter that Gonzales bobbled while
Boswell, Kranepool and Harrelson
scored. Four of the five runs in
the wild inning were unearned.

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UNION-LEAGUE

L nICKETS

150 Tickets for the State game
go on Sale Wednesday Morning,
October 8, 7:30 A.M.
for $9.00
THIS PRICE INCLUDES ROUND TRIP BUS RIDE
Tickets sold at VAC Office, 2nd Floor Michigan Union
Must have one U. of M. I D Card per ticket.
Only two tickets per person.

Seaver was the winner and Nie- j it Jgge ,-
kro the loser, following the regu-
lar-season pattern that saw Seav-
er beat the Braves three times "
and Niekron lost to the Mets three
times. Seaver wound up the regu-
lar season with a 10-game win-
ning streak and has not lost a
game since August 5 at Cincin- By J13 FORRESTER
nati.
The Mets brok2 through for twos.s
runs in the first on a combina- One hundred intrepid fans
tion of Shamsky's single, a walk stuck out a long afternoon in the
to Boswell, a scoring single by Stadium to see the Michigan:
Grote and a passed ball by Did- Rugby Football Club down Mis-
ir on a strikeout of Harrelson -
Rico Carty's double, an error sour1, 8-:. he match was the
by Boswell and Clete Boyer's first athletic event outside of var-
sacrifice fly gave the Braves a run sity football to take place in the
in the second. They took the lead big bowl.
in the third on successive doub- The Wolverines doininated t he
les by Felix Millen, Gonzales and
Aaron. game until the final ten minutes
Harrelsen, one of the toughest by virtue of their control of
hitters for Niekre all year, tripled scrums and line-outs. From these
up the first base line to the right two start play situations the idea
field corner for two runs in the of the squad obtaining the ball is
fourth after Kranepool singled to flip it along a line of players
and Grote, walked. (known as the "three-quarters"
That 4-3 lead evaporated in the line) in anattempt to out-flank
fifth when Gonzales homered into the opposition. Since there is no
the right field seats. blocking, quick movement along
the three-quarters line is ┬░ssen-

trip Missour

gall

finale,

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Missouri, though, put the first
points on the board as Bob Lang-
don picked up a Wolverine fum-
ble on the Blue 20 and skirted the
sideline for the try, worth three
points. Thu conversion kick, good
for two points, was wide.
But Michigan roared back with
eight quick points before the half
ended to put away the victory.
Mike Johnson booted the ball to
the Tiger 20 where Raboine forced
a fumble and recovered the ball.
The Wolverines kept up the pres-
sure as the ball changed hands
several times in Missouri terri-
tory. Finally the Blue intercepted

and, following a se
pitches, Cleland Ch
to the left corner of
for the score. John
sion was good.
With about five
go in the half, Ra
through the Tigers
where Michigan aga
pressure on culmin
Terry Larimer's trya
ed kick. The conver
and no good.
The rugby "Gold"
Fort Wayne earlieri
noon on Wines field
the Hoosiers, 23-3.

1ayoff5s
Bunt by Blair
beats Twins
in 12 Innings
BALTIMORE (:P) - Paul Blair's
squeeze bunt with two out in the
12th inning scored Mark Belang-
er with Baltimore's winning run
and the Orioles nipped Minnesota
4-3 yesterday afternoon in the
opening game of the American
League's East-West playoffs.
The victory gave the Orioles a
1-0 lead in the best-of-5 playoffs
which continue tomorrow.
Belanger opened the 12th with
a single off Harmon Killebrew's
glove at third base. Andy Etche-
barren sacrificed and then Don
Buford bounced to shortstop with
Belanger taking third.
Then Blair, hitless in four prev-
ious at bats, dumped a bunt along
s the third base line and Belanger
raced home.
The Orioles tied the game in
the bottom of the ninth on Boog
Powell's 400-foot home run. Then,
the Birds almost won it.
ric Pergeaux Brooks Robinson's third hit of
the game knocked out Minnesota
starter Jim Perry, with Robinson
reaching second when Ted Uh-
laender, a ninth-inning dfensive
replacement, booted the ball.
Ron Perranoski relieved and
when second baseman Rod Carew
dropped pinch hitter Court Mot-
ton's easy pop fly behind first,
r3 the Orioles had runners at first
and second with none out.
Dave Johnson, attempting to
ries of quick bunt, fouled to the catcher and
ilds dove in- Belanger, who had homered ear-
the end zone her, forced Motton.
son's conver- Then, with Merv Rottenmund,
another pinch hitter, at bat, Rob-
inson and Belanger tried a de-
minutes to layed double steal. Twins' catcher
boine kicked George Mitterwald faked a throw
s to the 10 to second and then caught Robin-
an put firce son off third, ending the rally.
ating w i t h Until the ninth, Perry was work-
after a block- ing on a four-hitter and leading
rion was low 3-2 on Tony Oliva's two-run hom-
er in the seventh off Mike Cuellar.
team played Oliva connected after Harmon
in the after Killebrew had coaxed a one-out
Cand drubbed walk from Cuellar, the only base
onaballs the Cuban left-hander al-
lowed in the eight innings he
worked.
The Orioles struck first, with
Frank Robinson lashing a line-
sin ndrivehome run off the foul pole
0 1.000 44 27 in left field in the fourth.
0 .500 31 29 The Twins tied it in the fifth
0 .000 34 79
a .00 19 38 when Oliva opened with a double
e ti right and reached third when
isin the ball got by Frank Robinson.
0 1.000 54 43 He came home on Bob Allison's
0 .500 24 47 line-drive sacrifice fly to Buford
o .500 43 54 in left field.
0 .500 23 41 The winning pitcher was jour-
sion neyman reliever Dick Hall, who
0 1.000 45 20 had weaved his way out of a
3 .500 49 7
0 .500 61 54 bases-loaded, one-out hole in the
0 .000 37 47 top of the 12th.
mes The Twins had filled the bases
on two walks and a single by Ted
Uhlaender - only their fourth
hit of the game and first since
ta Oliva's two-run homer in the sev-
geles enth.
ancisco Hall came on to strike out Leo
Cardenas and then got pinch-hit-
ter John Roseboro on a fly ball,
ending the threat.

Profe'~sinal Stanidings~

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NATIONAL LEAGUE PLAYOFFS tial.
New York 020 200 050-9 10 1
Atlanta 012 010 100-5 10 2 But playing on a regulation
Seaver, Taylor 8 and Grote; Niekro, football gridiron. backs often ran
Upshaw 9 and Didier. W-Seaver, 1-0. out of room before they could
1, Aaron 1. turn the corner. A standard rugby
field is 75 yards wide compared to
football's 57.
To minimize the width problem,
Michigan tried to pull a quick re-
verse known as the "scissors"
play. But the maneuver worked
poorly.
"The man is supposed to move
quickly inside the play," said cap-
tain Tom Raboine, "but we mess-
ed it up. We weren't cutting in
quickly enough."

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L T Pet.
ouston 2 1 0 .667
ew York 1 2 0 .333
uffalo 1 2 0 .333
3oston 0 3 0 .000
liami 0 3 0 .000
Iestern Division
incinnati 3 0 0 1.000
akiand 3 0 0 1.000
enver 2 1 0 .667
:ansas City 2 1 0 .667
an Diego 1 2 0 .333
Today's Games
Boston at New York
Buffalo at Houston
Kansas City at Denver
* * * *
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Western Conference
Central Division
W L T Pet.I
reen Bay 2 0 0 1.000
etroit 1 1 0 .500
innesota 1 1 0 .500
hicago 0 2 0 .000

85 6
79
84
77
63

Pts.
56
79
63
30 1
48

OP
34
74
78
104
69
60
57
67
33
88

Los Angel
Atlanta
Baltimore
San Fran
Cleveland
New York
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Dallas
Washingto
Philadelph
New Orle

Coastal Divi
ies 2 0 f
1 1 f
0 2
Cisco 0 2t
Eastern Confe
Century Divi
2 0
1 1
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1 1 t
Capitol Divi
2 0)
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31 7
37 16
75 38
17 37

Today's Gar
Detroit at Cleveland
Baltimore at Atlanta
Dallas at Philadelphia
Green Bay at Minneso
New Orleans at Los An
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
Washington at San Fra
Chicago at New York

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AMERICAN LEAGUE PLAYOFFS
Minnesota 000 010 200 000--3 4 2
Baltimore 000 110 001 001--4 10 1
12 Innings
Perry, Perranoski 9, and Mitterwald,
Roseboro 12; Cuellar, Richert 9, Watt
10, Lopez 1?, HBall 12 and Hendricks,
Etchebarren 10. W-Hall, 1-0. L-Perra-
noski, 0-1, IIRs-Minnesota, Oliva 1;
Baltimore, Robinson 1, Belanger 1,
Powell 1.

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