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By DAVE POMERANTZ
The dust has cleared in the fierce
National League divisional races, and
despite valiant efforts by the Montreal
Expos and Houston Astros, the peren-
nial contending Pittsburgh Pirates and
Cincinnati Reds stand atop their
respective divisions.
The Reds and the Bucs face off
tonight in Cincinnati's Riverfront
Stadium at 8:35 p.m. in the opener of
the best-of-five series. They clash again
tomorrow night before moving to Pit-
tsburgh for games on Friday, and if
necessary, Saturday and Sunday.
ALTHOUGH BOTH teams are vastly
improved defensively and on the
mound, fans can expect the two teams
to let their bats decide the issue. They
failed to produce a 20-game winner
between the two with tonight's probable
starters, Tom Seaver and John Can-
delaria leading in victories with 16-6
and 14-9 records respectively.
The Reds have a decidedly new look
this season, including Manager John
McNamara whp replaced Sparky An-
derson, now manager of the Tigers.
Perhaps equally important was the loss
of third baseman Pete Rose to the free
agent draft and the Phillies. But
unknown Ray Knight responded to the
seemingly impossible task of filling
Rose's absence with a .318 batting
average, third in the league.
DUE TO INJURIES, utilityman Dave
Collins found himself in the starting
lineup and was responsible for several
key hits in overtaking the Astros.
Collins finished tied with Knight at .318.
The Big Red Machine, despite some
new cogs, still rely heavily on veterans
George Foster, (.302, 30 homers, 98
RBI) and catcher Johnny Bench (.276,
22, 80).
Despite his obvious plethora of offen-
se, Pirate manager Chuck Tanner in-
sists, "If we get the pitching, we'll win
it." In case his pitchers falter, however,
Tanner can rely on his hitters who
claimed a .272 team batting average to
pick up the slack, led by relentless first
baseman Willie Stargell.
STARGELL, 38, hit .281 with 32
homers and 81 runs batted in. Mc-
Namara will counter with Dan Driessen
who hit .250 with 18 home runs and 75
RBI.
In other intersting match-ups, Joe
Morgan, who suffered a sub-par season
at second can't match the regular
season stats of Phil Garner and Bennie
Stennett. Garner, who will start
tonight's game, hit .294 and parked 11

home runs.
At shortstop, the acquisition of Tim
Foli Chas shored up the Pirate infield
and as an extra bonus, Foli bettered his
lifetime average of .244 by 40 points.
Consistent Dave Concepcion hit .281
and added 16 homers for the Reds.
In the Pirate outfield, Dave Parker
fell below his 1978 MVP year perfor-
mance, but still hit over .300 with 25
home runs.
Despite the ensuing struggle for the
National League pennant, it is doubtful
that either team can avoid keeping an
eye on the American League play-offs,
where the streaking Baltimore Orioles,
do battle with the California Angels.
WOMEN'S GOLF
At Purdue, Oct. 6-7
MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Notre Dame Invitational, Oct. 5
WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY
Bowling Green Invitational, Oct. 6
VOLLEYBALL
Oakland, Oct. 2
WESTERN MICHIGAN, Oct. 4
MICHIGAN TOURNAMENT, Oct. 6
FIELD HOCKEY
WESTERN MICHIGAN, Oct. 4
At Kent State, Oct. 5
At Ohio Wesleyan, Oct. 6
At Michigan State, Oct. 8
FOOTBALL
At Michigan State, Oct. 6
PRO FOOTBALL
Detroit at New England, Oct. 7

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Grildde".
Picks
In the most controversial baseball
decision of the decade, commissioner
Bowie Kuhn announced yesterday that
Houston would be in the National
League playoffs beginning today
because Astro manager Bill Virdon
went a perfect 20 on his Gridde picks.
"Any fool can get lucky and manage
his team to a good record, but it takes a
genius to reach perfection in the Gridde
picks," Kuhn said at the late evening
press conference.,
Although Virdon did hit on all 20
picks, he did not win the first prize of a
small one-item pizza from Pizza Bob's
because he turned in his selections 20
minutes past the 12 midnight deadline
on Friday.
Mike Revdy was awarded first place
after the disqualification of Virdon
when he predicted 16 games correctly..
A disgusted Cincinnati Red manager
John McNamara had only one com-
ment about the decision. "&$-&!! !," he
said.
MICHIGAN at Michigan St.
(pick score)
Purdue at Minnesota
Northwestern at Ohio St.
Indiana at Wisconsin
Iowa at Illinois
Penn St. at Maryland
Baylor at Houston
Georgia at Mississippi
N. Carolina St. at Auburn
Oklahoma St. at S. Carolina
Texas A&M at Texas Tech
Temple at Rutgers
UCLA at Stanford
California at Oregon
N. Illinois at E. Michigan
Princeton at Brown
Syracuse at Kansas
California (Pa.) at Slippery Rock
Shippensburg at Indiana (Pa.)
DAILY LIBELS at The State News

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(The Club Sports Roundup, which will
this month, relates briefly the activities of M
previous week.)
SOCCE
The undergraduate soccer club hois
ning witha 4-0 whitewashing of Indiana-P
Junior Pablo Goic provided much o
tallying two goals and addidng two assi
scored one goal apiece.
A trio of goaltenders-David Peress
bined to blank Indiana-Purdue, while Bo
in fine defensive performances.
All this was achieved with a squad r
because of the flu.
The team notched a 2-1 win over Eas
st-year player Jan Broere connecting o
Michigan trailed, 1-0, at the intermission
David Ritchie scored the game's on
the Michigan Soccer League All-Stars, 1-
Michigan travels to East Lansing V
which was undefeated entering last wi
nament in Baltimore.
The graduate soccer club knocked e
September 22 here to even its season m
Erman Lepley and captain Art Anderson
The Blue unit visits U-D Saturday.
RUGB
Michigan, which entered the 1979s
suffered its second straight loss Sunday
to the Detroit Rugby Club at Elbel Field.
Tied 6-6 at halftime, Michigan brok
battle back and triumph in the last two m
Senior Bill Chung paced Michigan w
and'six on penalty kicks. Harley Westfa
Jack Goodman recorded three on a pena
The loss puts the team record at 1
ruggers, 20-10, on September 22.
The 'B' team found more success
Shemky had eight points and John Comp
This Saturday at noon the Miami
hoping to hand the defending conferenc
defeat.
LACRO
Michigan beat Notre Dame!
The lacrosse team gained a small n
Sunday by topping the hosting Irish, 6-4,
Junior Tom Simon and captain Bo
which opened Michigan's fall exhibiti
goals, while Fleishman chipped in one
Anderson and Rick Bays added one goal
Michigan scored three goals in the fi
Fleishman praised the work of go
away 12 shots.
The team will confront Michigan
weekend or next, depending on the avail
ROWI
Michigan's rowing club, idle last
and JV units from Wayne State Saturda
SAILI
Continuing their successful fall se
the Midwest Collegiate Sloop Champi
Detroit Yacht Club.
Sailing on the Detroit River, Bren
team captain John Dohan dominated th
both Saturday and Sunday's racing. Stro
added dimension and was a true test of t
Being first in the Midwest will se
Collegiate Sloop Championship held in
ber 16-18. There the top eight teams in th
FIELD HOCKEY FEA
Blue blani
By BOB EMORY
The typical Ann Arbor haze settled in
nicely for the start of yesterday's field
hockey game between the Wolverines
and Eastern Michigan. It was too bad
for the Hurons, however, because they
never seemed to come out of the fog as
they were trounced 6-0 by Michigan at
Ferry Field.
Senior Mary Callam, who can now
call herself "the most prolific scorer in
Michigan field hockey history" led the

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appear in the Daily every Tuesday
fichigan's club sports teams during the
R
;ted its record to 5-0 Saturday eve-
?urdue University at Fort Wayne.
)f the heroics for the Blue booters,
sts Bruce Davidson and Can Pelit
, Jay Weiss and Steve Manz-com-
b Zack and Ralph Schwager turned
educed to half-strength (15 players)
tern Michigan Wednesday, with fir-
n two unassisted second-half goals.
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ly goal as the Wolverines defeated
0, on September 22.
Wednesday to face Michigan State,
eekend's Loyola Invitational Tour-
off the University of Detroit, 2-1, on
ark at 1-1. Goals were provided by
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season with a 13-game win streak,
afternoon as the 'A' team fell, 17-15,
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e into a 13-6 lead only to see Detroit
iinutes.
ith eight points, two on a conversion ;
11 scored a try for four points, while
lty kick.
-2. Scioto Valley subdued the Blue
Sunday, downing Detroit, 12-4. Dan
ornolo four for the Wolverines.
(0.) Redskins invade Elbel Field
e champions their third consecutive
SSE
p'9
measure of retribution for Michigan
in an exhibition contest.
bby Fleisman sparked the victory,
on season. Simon knocked in three
goal and added three assists. Eddie
each.
nal period to snap a 3-3 tie.
altender Rico Silvera, who turned.
State in East Lansing either this
ability of the Spartan field.
NG~
week, will scrimmage the varsity
y afternoon on the Detroit River.
NG
ason, Michigan's sailing team won
onship last weekend, hosted by the
ndan Dobroth, John Fullerston and,*
e other top 11 midwestern teams in
rng river currents gave the racing an :
he sailor's abilities.
nd the sailing team to the National
Newport Beach, California, Novem- ;'
ie nation will compete.
-SCOTT M. LEWIS
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is Hurons
Wolverine attack with three goals. Orn
Saturday morning, Callam had scored
three goals in a 4-0 shutout victory over'
Calvin to pass Dawn Kohut ('77), as the
all-time leader with 41 goals. After that
game, the team signed the game ball
and awarded it to Callam.
Freshwoman Marty Maugh got
Michigan off to a 1-0 lead with her
second goal of the season. Then Mary
Hibbard, the powerful Ann Arbor

native who plays defense, scored two
quick goals to give the Wolverines a 3-0
lead as they ran their record to 2-0-1 on
a season filled with promise.
Despite the easy win and near perfect.
record, Coach Candy Zientek wasn't:
exactly cracking champagne bottles
"Yeah, I'm happy with the progress
we've made so far," she said. "But I
would like to see us get off to 'fastet'
starts ... I want us to sit back and play
our control game right from the start.
We haven't been doing that very well;
until the game gets going."
In a game not marked on the regular;
schedule because it was arranged late;
the Wolverines will play Delta College,-1
this afternoon at 4:00 p.m. at Ferry;:
Field. "That game should be a rout,"
someone said to Zientek after yester
day's game. "Oh no," she replied, "you
never know what can happen."

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