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BOSTON--Reggie Jackson belted a DEROIT
three-run homer and New York trpeThih
'capitalized on seven Boston errors for sren ignr
seven unearned runs last night, sightnd can
carrying the Yankees to a 13-2 rout of togt ovnd th
the Red Sox and pulling the winners Throer in
within two games of first place in the Thinn
American League's*East Division. do Jon Woe
Rookie right-ha nder Jim Bea t- Trambll
tie--sent to the minors after being Trme
pounded by the Red Sox June 21-pit-
ched a six-hitter and got ninth-inning
relief from Rich Gossage.
The triuimph was the Yankees' 14th
in 16 games, while the Rled Sox suffered ..
their seventh defeat in nine games.
Beattie, 4-7, recalled July 14, struck
out eight and walked one. He gave up
two unearned runs in the ninth when
Carlton Fisk singled after catcher Mike
Heath dropped Fisk's foul pop-up, t
which would have- ended the game.
Jack Brohamer followed with an RBI
'single.
The Yankees followed up their 21-hit, r
-15-3 victory Thursday night with a 17-hit
assault which featured Jackson's 21sat
homer and Lou Piniella's fifth. Piniella
also had a double and a triple, and
Mickey Rivers had three singles.
A.L. Standings
EAST
W L GB
*N",, Yok............ 9 6 2-
Milwaukee ............ 81 60 V% "
Baltimore ............ 7 62 1/
Cleveland ............ .... 60 79 25%
Toronto .. ... 56 7 31%
Kansas City ..................... 76 61 -
CaByfornia ............... .... 75 65 2% T
Texas ......................-..... 68 69 8 t r
Oakland ......u....... ..... 64 76 13%n l t a
Minnesota Yankees.... 62 79 16
Chicago ......................... 59 81 18%
Seattle ......................... 52 85 24
Last g ht's results
Detroit 6, Cleveland 3
NewYork L3, Boston 2 ATLANTA'
Milwaukee 3, Minnesota 0 here as the
Baltimore 5, Toronto4 a double pla
within 3 ga
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
ther evethdefatin in gaes

KP returns
PORTLAND (UPI)-The Detroit other-dur
Pistons' love-hate relationship with together.
Kevin Porter revolved to love again "My me
Friday with the reacquisition of the game of ba
flashy, penetrating point guard from was not th
the New Jersey Nets in exchange for hearing hir
scoring guard Eric Money the kind of p
Coach Dick Vitale said he was getting "In high
-rid of Money to resolve a conflict in tense guy,
philosophy between the two. very intens
. seguy" Pc
IT WAS SIMILAR to the conflict in- se guy, I w
volving Porter, Money and Herb
Brown, who coached the Pistons until
he was fired early last season. VITALE
"I want to play a 'running game of have coma
basketball," Vitale said. "And to do Porter bec
that, you need a point guard, someone "an honest
who can get the ball to the other fellas. "I talked
No one can do that better than Kevin former Pis
Porter." to believe a
Porter, who played one full season wants to wi
and parts of two others with Detroit af- "He wa
ter being traded from Washington for uniform. H
the just-retired Dave Bing in 1975, petitor he w
averaged 15 points and more than 10 lminute of
assists to lead the league with New Jer- wrong with
sey last season. -
MONEY, AT 23, five years younger
than Porter, averaged 18.8 points per
game with the Pistons last season.
Money ahd Porter were unable to getH
:along with Brown-or each
~iABIGAIL'S presents: RI

Shriver upsets Martina;
gains U.S. Open finals

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, September 9, 1978-Page 11'

NEW YORK (AP)-Pam Shriver, a 6-foot 16-year-old with
the grace and shotmaking. finesse of someone far more ex-
perienced, bowled over top-seeded Martina Navratilova in
the semifinals of the U.S. Open tennis championships yester-
day, 7-6, 7-6.,
The Lutherville, Md., youngster thus becomes the
youngest woman ever to play in the final of the U.S. cham-
pionships. On Sunday, she'll play the winner of the other
semifinal Friday afternoon between defending champion
Chris Evert and fourth-seeded Wendy Turnbull of Australia.
UNTIL THURSDAY, when the 16th-seeded Shriver gained
the semis with an easy victory over Australian Lesley Hunt,
Evert had been the youngest semi-finalist ever. She was 16
and about 9 months old when she attained the semis in 1971.
Shriver is 16 and two months.
Aided by two rain delays that seemed to frustrate the
older Navratilova, the big teen-ager played steadily and

aggressively throughout the match.
WITH THE OPENING set tied at 5-5, Navratilova, ap-
pearing irritated, won the next game at love. Shriver
struggled in the 12th game but won it to set up a tiebreaker.
Navratilova double-faulted to give Shriver 5-4 in the
tiebreaker and angrily batted a ball into the stands. She got
the point back when Shriver double-faulted on the next point.
But Navratilova made two backhand error to give Shriver
the tiebreaker 7-5.
Each player held serve at 5-5 in the second set to force a
tiebreaker. Navratilova won the first point, breaking serve,
but Shriver ran off the next five before Navratilova held for
the first time. Navratilova got one more point with a break
for 3-6.
But Navratilova, trying for a passing shot, overhit and the
Wimbledon winner, who has never won the U.S. Open, was
once again denied.

Shriver

RACES TIGHTEN UI?

ip R4
$, Indians 3
T-Lou Whitaker's two-run
lighted Detroit's four-run
ng against David Clyde last
arried the Tigers to a 6-3 vic-
e Cleveland Indians.
g began with a one-out walk
ckenfuss. Aurelio Rodriguez
hen rookie shortstop Alan
singled home the first

ed

Sox,

13-2

4;~VW NDI~
-NI

Detroit run.
Ron LeFlore followed with an RBI
single, then Whitaker hit his triple to
knock out Clyde, 6-10.
Jim Slaton, 15-10, gave up runs in the
second, third and sixth and got ninth-
inning help from John Hiller.
Ted Cox had an RBI single for
Cleveland in the second. Bernie Carbo
doubled home a run in the third, and the
Indians' last run scored in the sixth on a

single by Rick Manning after Jim
Norris tripled.
A double by catcher Dance Parrish
and a single by Wockenfuss in the fifth
gave the Tigers a fifth run. Detroit ad-
ded a run in the eighth.
* * *
Phillies 2-1, Cards 1-0
PHILADELPHIA - Bake McBride's
two-out, run-scoring single in the ninth
inning gave the Philadelphia Phillies a
2-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals
and a sweep of yesterday's tw-night
double-header.
The Phillies won the first game 1-0 as
Dick Ruthven pitched a three-hitter and
Bob Boone hit a sacrifice fly.
Mike Schmidt opened Philadelphia's
ninth inning of the second game with a
single. Jerry Martin sent Schmidt to
second with a single and two outs later,
McBride laced his winning single to
center.
Reliever Ron Reed, who pitched the
ninth after starter Jim Kaat went eight
innings, earned his second victory in
four decisions while rookie Dan
O'Brien, making his first major league
start, suffered the loss.
N.L. Standings

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Philadelphia ....................
Pittsburgh...................
Chicago ....................
Montreal ........................
St. Louis...................
New York....................
WEST
Los Angeles .....................
San Francisco .................
Cincinnati .......................
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W
77
74
70
67
61
56
84
81
76
73
65
61

L
63
65
71
75
81
85
57
60
63
69
74
80

GB
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7 /
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17
211/
3
7%
111
18%
24

AP Photo

S DARRYL CHANEY gets the best of San Francisco's Jim Dwyer
Braves' shortstop managed to get his throw off in time to complete
ay in last night's game. The Giants won the game 8-5, however, to pull
mes of Los Angeles. The Dodgers were beaten 5-0 by Houston.

Last night's results
Philadelphia 1, St. Louis 0
San Francisco 8, Atlanta 5
Houston-, Los Angeles 0
Chicago 4, Montreal 2
San Diego 3, Cincinnati 2

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; Dennis says goodbye

ing their brief tenure
ntal attitude toward the
sketball under Herb Brown
here," Porter said. "After
m (Vitale) talk on TV, he's
person I want to play for.
school I played for a very in-
in college my coach was a
e guy and I am a very inten-
orter said. "He sounds like
ant to play for."
SAID he does not expect to
munication problems with
cause Porter will give him
effort."
d with Ray Scott, another
tons' coach, and he said not
ll the stories about Kevin. he
n."
ants to wear a Pistons'
He's such an intense com-
wants to be on the floor every
the game. There's nothing
that."

Red Wingretires
DETROIT (UPI)-Dennis Hull, the
slick-skating forward with one of the
most fearsome slapshots in hockey, an-
nounced Friday he was retiring from
the game.
Hull, 34, joined the Detroit Red Wings
last year after 13 National Hockey
League seasons with the Chicago Black
Hawks.
RED WINGS General Manager Ted
Lindsay convinced Hull last December
to skip retirement for one more season.
'But the Pointe Anne, Ontario, native
said he now wants to return to college
and coach minor league hockey in the
St. Catherine, Ontario, area, where he
and his family own a farm.
"I have the greatest amount of
respect for Ted, and the whole
organization," Hull said.
"THEY WERE just super to me last
year."
The brother and former teammate of
Bobby Hull finished his career with 303

goals and 351 assists in 959 NHL games.
Hull saw regular duty at left wing
during the second half of last season
with Detroit. But his performances did
not match his earlier exploits with
Chicago, where he had four 30-goal
seasons.
He managed just five goals with the
young Detroit team that made the
playoffs by finishing second behind
Montreal in the NHL's Norris Division.
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