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Sunday, September 7, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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By The Asociated Press
NEW YORK - Jerry Grote
sparked a two-run third inning
with a leadoff homer and Don
Cardwell and Tug McGraw com-
bined for a six-hitter, leading the
New York Mets to a 3-0 victory
over the Philadelphia Phillies Sat-
urday.
The victory coupled with Chi-
cago's loss to Pittsburgh moved
the Mets to within 3'2 games of
the first-place Cubs in the Na-
tional League East.
The other Mets runs came in
the third on infield hits by Bud
Harrelson and Cardwell. a sac-
crifice by Tommie Agee and'
Wayne Garrett's sacrifice fly and
in the seventh when Harrelson
doubled and scored in McGraw's
single.
Cardwell, 6-9 yielded four hits
in the six innings he worked,
and McGraw, who took over at
the top of the seventh, gave up
two the rest of the way.
Philadelphia threatened in the
fifth. Ron Stone led off with a
single and, after two force-outs,
loser Jerry Johnson singled and
Terry Harman walked to load the
bases. Johnny Briggs then lined
out to second baseman Ken Bos-
well, who made a diving catch.
Pirates pound Cubs
CHICAGO-The charging Pitts-
burgh Pirates broke loose with a
six-run rally in the third inning
and lashed out a season high of
19 hits for a 13-4 victory Saturday
which sent to the Chicago Cubs
tumbling to their third straight
defeat.
The outcome saw the Cubs' lead
in the National League East shrink
to 3 ? games over the New York
Mets who downed Philadelphia 3-0
while the third place Pirates pulled
within 8' games of first place.
Pittsburgh sent 11 men to bat
in the big third and collected
eight hits with six different play-
ers driving in a run each. The ral-
ly kayoed Ferguson Jenkins who
sought to become a 20-game win-
ner but took this 12th defeat in-
stead.
Bob Veale, 11-11, recorded his
seventh straight victory and be-
came especially tough aftei the
Pirates had snapped a 3-3 tie
with their third inning rally.
The Pirates bounced back scor-
ing three runs in the seconad with
Gene Alley driving in two of the
runs with a single which ir etched
his hitting streak to 19 str'iht
games.
A walk and singles b; Don

Young and Jenkins tied it is ;he
bottom of the second before the
Pirates broke it wide open in the
third as Al Oliver and Sanguilen
got things going with conse:utive
doubles.
Oliver also cracked a two-run
homer in the fifth while Carl ,f ay-'
for collected four hits and Alley
and Matty Alou drove in ih)ee
runs each.
Tigers edge Orioles
DETROIT - Tom Tresh hit a
one-out homer in the 11th inning
Saturday, lifting the Detroit Tig-
ers to a 5-4 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles.
Tresh connected off Eddie
Watt, 4-2, for his 13th homer.
The Tigers scored four runs in
the first inning - three on Wil-
lie Horton's 26th homer - and
survived several Baltimore threats
until the eight when the Orioles
tied it on Dave Johnson'shdouble.
Starter Mickey Lolich w a s
daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
ELLIOTT BERRY
shaky through the early innings,
particularly in the third when
Paul Blair and Boog Powell hom-
ered. Blair hit his 26th and Pow-
ell his 37th.
The- Orioles scored another
run in the first when Blair walk-
ed and scored on Powell's double
off the right center field barrier.j
Detroit tok the lead in the first
when rookie Cesar Gutierez beat
out a single and scored on Norm
Cash's single. Jim Northrup, who
singled ahead of Cash, also scor-
ed on Horton's homer.
Red Sox take Senators
BOSTON - Cal Yastrzemski"
and rookie Syd O'Brien each lined
three hits, including homers, and
drove in three runs apiece Satur-
day in powering the Boston Red
Sox to a 9-5 victory over th
Washington Senators,
Yastrzemski hit his 35th homer
in the first, singled in the second
and doubled home a run for his
100th RBI in the third.

Cubs
O'Brien hit a two-run homer,
his eighth, in the second, singled
in the third and tripled in the
fifth. He scored after each hit.
Del Unser led off the Wash-
ington seventh with an infield hit
and Lee Maye followed with his
ninth homer. Ed Stroud had a
three-run shot in the eighth.
Reds steal one
CINCINNATI - Gary Nolan
fired a four-hitter and Woody
Woodward stole home, helping the
Cincinnati Reds beat Atlanta 2-1
last night.
Bobby Tolan walked, stole see-
ond and scored on Tony Perez'
single in the first, giving Nolan
a quick lead.
Then, in the second, Woodward
singled and two outs late' r'aced
to third on Tolan's single.
Tolan broke for second and stole
the base as Woodward slid across
the plate on the front end of the
double steal, giving Nolan a 2-0
lead.
Nolan retired 16 of the first 17
men he faced before Felipe Alou
spoiled his bid for a no-hitter
with a line single to left in the
sixth.
Orlando Cepeda opened the sev-
enth with a single and got as far
as third before Nolan threw out
pinch-hitter Rico Carty.
The Braves nicked Nolan for a
run in the ninth when Cepeda
and Clete Boyer singled and Felix
fMillan hit a sacrifice fly.
Tiis sIasI A's
OAKLAND-Cesar Tovar blast-
ed a two-run homer in the 18th
inning yesterday, giving the Min-
nesota Twins an 8-6 marathon
victory over the Oakland Athletics.
The victory gave Minnesota a
71 game lead over the A's in the
American League's West Division.
Tovar, who beat the A's Thurs-
day night with a 10th-inning
grand slam, connected after Jnim
Holt opened the 18th with a single
and was forced at second by Ted
Uhlaender. It was Tovar's ninth
homer of the year.
Tony Oliva's second home run
of the game and 21st. of the sea-
son had given the Twins a 6-5
lead in the top of the 16th but
the A's battled right back to tie it
again with Bert Campaneris mold-
ing the run.
Campaneris opened the inning
with a single, stole second and
third and scored on Dick Green's
sacrifice fly, tying the game again.
The A's had tied the score with
a four-run burst in the fifth in-
ning-three of the runs scoring on
Reggie Jackson's 46th homer.
A double error by shortstop
Rich Renick got the A's rally
going and all the runs were un-
earned.
Oliva had socked a three-run
homer earlier as the Twins rushed
into a 4-0 lead.
Twins' Manager Billy Martin
was ejected from the game in the
fifth inning for arguing on a half-
swing strike to Rich Reese and
Coach Art Fowler also got the
thumb in the 14th for arguing on
a call at first base.

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CHARLIE SANDERS (88) of the Detroit Lions is upended after
hauling in a pass in the Lions 23-21 victory over the Philadelphia
Eagles. The Lions, who blew a 20-0 lead, managed to hang on with
the kicking ability of Errol Mann.
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Cowboys wp Jets

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RALEIGH, N.C. --- A spectacular'
95-yard touchdown run by Lem
Barney and the steady field goal
kicking of Errol Mann led the De-
troit Lions to a 23-21 victory over
the Philadelphia Eagles in a Na-
tional Football League exhibition
game last night.
A 32-vard field goal by Mann,
his third of the night, gave the!
Lions their winning margin in
the last 39 seconds of the game
after the Eagles had overcome
a 20-point deficit and surged into
the lead.
The Eagles' second half come-
back was sparked by the passing
of veteran quarterback Norman
Snead.
Snead passed for 42 yards and
23 yards on drives which led to
two Philadelphia touchdowns and
then connected with Hawkins en
a 56-yard pass-run combination
for the Eagles' final marker.
Barney's touchdown run canre
on a pass interception. He pickedI
off a bullet-like aerial by Phila-
delphia rookie quarterback Billy
Guy Anderson to stop a steady
drive by the Eagles toward the De-
troit goal in the second quarter.
DALLAS, Tex. Rookie Roger
Staubach electrified a sluggish
Dallas offense with a dazzling
17-yard touchdown run last night
and directed the Cowboys to a 25-
9 inter-league professional foot-
ball victory over the Joe Namath-
less world champion New York
Jets.
Broadway Joe who failed to
suit up because of a leg injury
got a lusty round of boos from
the sellout crowd of 74,701. He was
taunted by the Dallas crowd xwith
cries of "We want Joe" as the

Codboys built up a big second half
lead.
Staubach, a 1963 Heisnan
award winner from Navy, entered
the game deep in the second period
after starting quarterback Craig
Morton dislocated the index lower
of his right hand.
Dallas trailed 9-3 at the time on
field goals of 33. 15, and 15 yards
by Jim Turner.
Staubach whipped the Cowbo'ys
76 yards in 10 plays. With lour
second remaining from the Jt 17.
'he set sail for the goal. He huck
off two New York tacklers at the
10 and swan-dived into dIe end
zone in the arms of Jet cor'nei'back
Cornell Gordon for the touchSown
to give Dallas a 10-9 halItime lad.
The Cowboys never trailed Itter
that.
I- .
WASHINGTON Bill Nelsen
arched a tie-breaking toueh'iown
pass to Gary Collins as Cleveland
cliped Washington 20-10 last m:i it
to pin Coach Vince Lombardi ,.ith
the worst pre-season record of his
legendary career.
Nelsen broke a 10-10 half'ime
deadlock with a 15-yard flip to
Collins on the fifth play of the
second half, Don Cockroft nailed
down the victory with his zec-
ond field goal in the fading see-
osds of the game.

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MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS

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.AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L Prt. G13
nmlimore 91 45 .676 -
Detroit 80 58 .580 13%
Boston 7- 62 .544 1814
Washington 71 68 .511 23
New York 69 68 .504 24
Cleveland 55 84 .396 39
We'stern DIivision
Minnesota 84 53 .613 -
oakland 76 60 .559 7%
'talitornia 58 76 .433 2414
xKansas City 55 81 .40-1 281:
xChicago 53 81 .396 291..
xSeattle 51 84 .378 32
x-Late games not included
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 3, Baltimore 4, 11 innings
New York I, Cleveland 0
Roston 9, Washington 5
Chicago at California (inc.)
Kansas City at Seattle (inc.)
Minnesota 8, Oakland 6, 18 innings

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Division

Chicago
New 'ork
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Montreal
W'esternH
San Francisro
Cincinnati
xLos Angeles
Atlanta
Houston
xSan Diego

W L
84 55
79 57
73 61
73 64
55 81
42 96
Division
77 60
74 60
i4 61
75 64
71 65
42 95

Pct.
.604
.581
.545
.533
.404
.304
.552
.548
.540
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Yesterday's Results
Montreal 3, St. Louis 2
New York 3, Philadelphia o
Pittsburgh 13, Chicago 4
Cincinnati 2, Atlanta 1
Los Angeles at San Diego (inc.)
San Francisco 7, Houston 6

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