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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. ITTT.v g.pj_ 19aR

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:

Orioles Lose; Giants Grab NL Lead

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - The Cleveland
Indians smacked five home runs,
two each by Rocky Colavito and
Leon Wagner, and defeated the
Baltimore Orioles, 7-4, last night
in a battle ofextra base hits.
The American League-leading
Orioles hit two homers, with the
combined total of seven setting a
single-game record for Memorial
Stadium. There were also three
doubles by each team.
Colavito hit his 21st homer in
the opening inning off loser Steve
Barber following a double by Wag-
ner and socked a solo homer off
Moe Drabowsky in the seventh.
Wagner, Whitfield Homer
Wagner and Fred Whitfield
homered off John Miller, who re-
lieved Barber in the second after
the Oriole starter was bothered by
recurring elbow trouble.
Wagner completed the homer
barrage with a leadoff blast in the
ninth off Eddie Fisher. It was
Wagner's 15th.
Vic Roznovsky doubled home
an unearned Oriole run in the
second off winner Gary Bell, fol-
lowing an error by Clevelandl
shortstop Larry Brown.
Bell yielded solo homers to Luis
Aparicio and Frank Robinson, was
replaced by Luis Tiant in the
seventh after successive doubles
by pinch hitter Bob Johnson and
Aparicio produced a Baltimore
run.
Bell, Cleveland's top winner with
an 11-6 record, struck out nine
to increase his major league
career total to 1,002.
Robinson's homer, boosting his
league leading total to 29, was his
seventh in the last eight games.
. * *
Giants Romp
SAN FRANCISCO-Jim Hart

snapped an 0-for-8 slump with a
three-run homer yesterday as the
San Francisco Giants beat Pitts-
burgh, 8-3 and moved past the
Pirates into first place in the
National League by a full game.
Hart hit his 22nd homer of the
year after Pirate starter Steve
Blass walked Willie Mays and.
Willie McCovey on eight pitches
with two out in the first inning.1
The Pirates never caught up.
Hart also batted in a run with
a bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the
seventh, during which the Giants
scored twice.
Gaylord Perry, who left in the;
seventh with two on and a run
in, posted his 15th victory against
two losses and fourth over the
Pirates without a defeat this sea-
son.
Roberto Clemente touched Perry
for a two-run homer in the sixth.
Clendenon Scores
Donn Clendenon opened the
Pirates' seventh with a single and
Perry then hit Jim Pagliaroni with
a pitch. Bill Mazeroski picked up
the seventh and last hit off Perry,
a run-scoring single.
Bill Henry came in and got
pinch-hitter Manny Mota to pop
out. Lindy McDaniel then struck
out Bob Bailey and Gene Alley
flied to Mays for the third out.
A cingl by T I Tnnip fnlln d

N.ts Trip Angels
WASHINGTON-Frank How-
ard's pinch single with the bases
loaded and Ken McMullen's two-
run triple helped the Washington
Senators to a 6-2 victory over the
California Angels last night.
Howard batted for Willie Kirk-
land when the Angels switched
to left-hander Marcelino Lopez in
the third inning and singled to
left, scoring Bob Saverine and
McMullen. Don Lock's single drove
in the third run of the inning.
McMullen tripled in the sixth
following Ed Brinkman's single
and Saverine's third straight hit,
his ninth in his last 14 times at
bat.

Jim Hannan was the winner
with help from Bob Humphreys,
who was called on in the seventh
with the bases loaded and two out
and slipped a called third strike
past Jim Fregosi.

Rick
homer
scored
hardt's
double.

Reichardt hit his 16th
in the sixth. The Angels
in the fourth on Reic-
single and Bob Rodgers'

Mets Top Astros
HOUSTON - Eddie Bressoud's
run-scoring single in the sixth
inning gave the New York Mets a
5-4 victory over the Houston As-
tros last night as rookie Rob

STUDSTILL JOINS HOLDOUTS:
SPro Football Practices
Feature Cuts, Walkouts

Gardner pitched four innings of
hitless relief.
The victory was the Mets' sixth
straight over the Astros and the
ninth in 12 games for New York.
The Astros jumped to a three-
run lead against Met starter Bob
Shaw in the first inning with
John Bateman's two-run single the
key hit.
The Mets staged a two-out rally
to tie it in the fourth. Al Luplow
walked and moved up on Ed
Kranepool's single. Both runners
scored on Elliot's double and Cleon
Jones followed with another
double, scoring Elliot.
It remained tied until the sixth
when Jones singled, moved up on
an infield out and scored on Bres-
soud's hit.
Cards Edge Braves
ATLANTA - Mike Shannon's
two-run homer in the eighth in-
ning lifted the St. Louis Cardinals
past Atlanta, 4-3, last night for
their eighth victory in nine gamnes.
Shannon belted his 400-foot
homer off Denny Lemaster with
two out in the eighth after Hank
Aaron's 30th homer had given
the slumping Braves a 3-2 lead
in the seventh.
The loss was the sixth for the
Braves in their last seven starts.
Lemaster, 8-7, walked leadoff
batter Julian Javier in the eighth
then retired Curt Flood and Or-
lando Cepeda before Shannon con-
nected for his 11th homer of the

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Several rookies were cut by
professional football clubs; sev-
eral Chicago Bears were fined
for not cutting-extra weight-!
and the Detroit Lions weren't be-
ing cut, they were walking away.

camp of the NFL Lions, either.
Flanker Pat Studstill walked out
of camp in a salary dispute, join-
ing three other unsigned players
who have refused to participate in
practice sessions.
They are defensive end Darris
McCord, offensive guard John
Gordy and offensive tackle Ted
Karris. Each is being fined $100
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inu l uOne of the biggest cuts Monday
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inning, the last pitched by Blass. who was released by the Phila-
Clemente dropped Mays' two delph Ea les f the PNat i
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Jim Davenport, who had singled.
to come all the way around from On the other end of the scale!
first, A double by Ollie Brown and was 5-foot-10 Ken Lucas, former
Lanier's singlebrought in another University of Pittsburgh quarter-
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Fat Bears
ie Standings Meanwhile, in the camp of the
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NATIONAL LEAGUE. fined $50 daily for being over-
San Francisco 40 .4 G - weight and threatened with $200
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New York 4 4 .i49 19 George Halas. one of the NFL's
Chicago 31 67 .316 28 founders.
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N ESTERDAY' RELS iIsThingrs vwere not well in the

Ron Kramer and Bruce Maheri year. The blast enabled Al Jack-
also still are unsigned by the son, who worked 71/3 innings for
Lions, but they have been taking St. Louis, to pick up his 10th
part in drills, victory against eight setbacks.
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Boston 8, Kansas City 5
Minnesota 6, New York 3
Cleveland 7, Baltimore 4
Washington 6, California 2w
Detroit 3, Chicago 1 (Lnd game, rai)
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New York 5, Houston 4
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