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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 14, 1978-Page 13

NY TAKES A.L. EAST LEAD

Tigers bowto surging Yanks,

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By PETE LEININGER,
Special to The Daily
DETROIT-The New Yankees, on
the strength of a 7-3 victory over the
Detroit Tigers, moved into first place in ,
the American League's East Division
for the first time this season.
The Bronx Bombers were led by the
ts of Mickey Rivers and Roy White,
both with three hits apiece, and Willie
Randolph, who contributed two hits and
two RBI's.
Yankee starter Jim Beattie pitched
6% innings of effective ball, giving up
only two runs on three hits, while
striking out four and walking four
before giving way to Rich "Goose"
Gossage.
TIGER STARTER Jack Billingham,
now 15-8 and 1-2 against the Yankees

went only four innings. The Yankees
had men in scoring position each of the
first three innings, but didn't score until
the fourth when they picked up four
runs.
Detroit got on the scoreboard first in
the second inning when Thompson hit a
fly ball to left field, which Lou Piniella
just missed with a diving effort.
Piniella's throw to Nettles at third got
away and Thompson reached third
safely.
Theynext batter, Steve Kemp, hit a
high chopper to Beattie, who was forced
to make the play at first, enabling
Thompson to score.
MILT MAY and Tim Corcoran both
grounded out to first to end the inning.
There was no further scoring until the
fourth when Nettles hit a ground&r past
a diving Lou Whitaker to lead off the in-

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ning. Piniella then hit a shot into right
center, that went for a triple and scored
Nettles. The next batter, White, stroked
a bad-hop single past Whitaker for a
single, which scored Piniella with the
go-ahead run.
White stole second and was held there
when Bucky Dent grounded out to third.
Rivers hit a long fly ball, which he
legged out for a triple and knocked in
White for the Yankee's third run of the
inning.
RANDOLPH HIT a medium fly to
Kemp in left who threw a perfect one-
hopper to May and had the tagging
Rivers dead, but May dropped the ball,
allowing the fourth Yankee run to
score.
The Yankees picked up their fifth
run in the fifth inning after Jackson
walked on a 3-2 pitch with no outs and
Chamblis followed with a ground out to.
first, moving Jackson to third. Nettles
sacrificed Jackson home.
BoSox bipped
CLEVELAND (AP) - Dan Briggs
tripled and came home on a suicide
squeeze bunt by Tom Veryzer to give
the Cleveland Indians a 2-1 victory over
the sliding Boston Red Sox last night.
David Clyde, 7-10, outdueled former
Indian Dennis Eckersley, 16-8. Clyde.
gave up seven hits before being
relieved by Jim Kern with one on and
no outs in the ninth. Kern collected his
12th save. Eckersley also gave up seven
hits.
Briggs, called up from Portland of
the Pacific Coast League Sunday, led
off the fifth with his triple into the
rightfield corner. Duane Kuiper
bounced out to a pulled-in infield but
Veryzer brought home the run with his
bouncing bunt down the first-base line.

broKe up a aoubie play in the fifth,
allowing Corcoran to score.
Thurman Munson, who was beaned in
a game in Boston last Thursday, was
hospitalized last night after leaving the
game complaining of headaches and
dizziness.
Munson was batting in the first inning
when apparently the dizziness began.
He stepped out of the batter's box and
bent over as Manager Bob Lemon and
trainer Gene Monahan came out of the
dugout to check him. But Munson went
back to the plate and grounded out.
IN THE BOTTOM of the inning, he
was replaced by Mike Heath.
The Yankees reported that Munson
was taken to Henry Ford Hospital
where he was to be examined by a
neurologist. The club said he would be
hospitalized overnight.

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CAMP DAVID, Md. - As the talks at
Camp David continue to plod along with
no real breakthrough thus far, many
government officials and political
analksts have become skeptical about
any real success from the summit.
Sources close to the talks between
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat,
Israeli' Prime Minister Menachem
Begin and President Jimmy Carter say
that the talks have stagnated over a
singular point, with feelings from Begin
and Sadat so strong that they have not
met face-to-face since last Thursday.
Diplomatic sources, who have
refused to be named, pinpoint the
problem as differing offensive
strategies for the upcoming Daily
Libels-vs. Camp David Recluses, slated
for action this Saturday. Sadat insists
upon heavy artillery aid from the U.S.
to help offset the strong passing game o
the Libels, while Begin supports the
infantry attack, long a mainstay of the
Libels offense.
"Dammit, Menachem, we need to get
some help through the air to try to beat
their young defensive backs deep early
in the game," Sadat was quoted as
saying before the trio ducked into
seclusion.
"That wouldn't be kosher, Anwar,"
Begin quickly retorted. "It was because
of our ground game that we gained so
much yardage in 1967."

Carter has consistently attempted to
remain neutral throughout this bitter
controversy, simply reminding the
principals that a decision must be
reached by midnight Friday with all
their Gridde Picks to 420 Maynard in
order to be eligible for the coveted
small, two-item pizza from Pizza Bob's.
Carter's only offer of aid has been the
use of Billy to the Recluses for the
halftime beer-guzzling drinkoff with the
Libels.
'. Illinois at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Michigan St. at Purdue
3. Penn State at Ohio State
4. Northwestern at Iowa
5. Indiana at LSU
6. Richmond at Wisconsin
7. Toledo at Minnesota
8. Alabama at Missouri
9. Central Michigan at Miami (O.)
10. UCLA at Tennessee
11, Kansas at Washington
12. USC at Oregon
13. Texas at Rice
14. Syracuse.at North Carolina St.
15. Kentucky at South Carolina
16. Baylor at Georgia
17. San Diego St. at Iowa St.
18. Lehigh at Slippery Rock
19. Pittsburgh at Tulane
20. DAILY LIBELS vs. Camp David
Recluses (site to be revealed 15
minutes prior to game tin)

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