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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 7, 1979-Page 11

Soaring Birds bring
Angels to earth, 8-0
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - The The Angels mounted their only
Baltimore Orioles, led by Scott threat in the fifth, and it was t
McGregor's six-hit pitching, plus power baseman DeCinces who cut it off a
hitting and double-play defense, advan- California had loaded the bases
ced to the World Series against the Pit- none out.
tsburgh Pirates by whipping the Brian Downing and Bobby G
California Angels 8-0 yesterday. singled, and with Sammy Stew
Rick Dempsey started two rallies and warming up in the Baltimore bull
doubled home a run, Ken Singleton Merv Rettenmund drew a walk, fi
drove in two runs and Pat Kelly con- the bases.
tributed a three-run homer in the RICK MILLER'S short fly
seventh, when the Orioles scored five Roenicke in left didn't go far enoug
times, assuring them of their fourth AL allow Downing to score after the cat
pennant since 1969, when the present Then Jim Anderson slammed a d
playoff system started. down the third base line that DeCin
THE LOSS, before a partisan crowd went to his right to backhand, tag
of 43,199, awoke the Angels from their the bag for a force out and threw
dream of reaching the baseball pin- derson out at first, ending the inning
nacle for the first time in their 19 The Orioles teed off against An
seasons of existence. They had never relievers Dave Frost and John N
before won a division title. tague to clinch it in the seventh.
Baltimore, beaten 4-3 Friday night,
jumped on Angels starter Chris .Knapp
for a pair of runs in the third inning.
Dempsey singled, Al Bumbry walked See more sports, Page 12
and Kiko Garcia beat out a high boun-
cing bunt, setting up a sacrifice fly by
Singleton and Eddie Murray's run- DEMPSEY WALKED, stole sec
scoring single. and went to third on a wild pitch. A
The Angels averted further damage two outs, Singleton doubled, drivinj
when Gary Roenicke bounced into a Dempsey. Murray then was walked
double play. tentionally, Roenicke singled, knoc]
THE ORIOLES made it 3-0 in the in the second run of the inning and E
fourth on doubles by Doug DeCinces greeted Montague with his three
and Dempsey. homer.

AP Photo
CALIFORNIA ANGELS' second baseman Bobby Grich is late with the tag
at second base, enabling Baltimore Orioles' Pat Kelly to slide in safely.
The 8-0 Baltimore win pits them against the Pittsburgh Pirates in the World
Series starting Tuesday.


The morning
toughest, at lea
In the case of
Eagles, tomorr
ticularly gruel
and who loses th
"Blood and g
is how Kirk Me
the Washingt
today's gridi
Philadelphia E
game to be a re
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teams are tied
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will suffer from
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brotherly love in
The defense has been superb thus far
AD GRAYSON for Washington, yielding league lows in
g after is always the both points given up (68) and opponen-
st for a football player. ts' percentage of pass completions (41.4
the Redskins and the per cent). Cornerbacks Lemar Parrish
ow morning will be par- and Joe Lavender have eight intercep-
ing, despite who wins tions between them, but will have their
his afternoon. hands full with six-foot-eight-inch
uts, a real 15-rounder," Harold Carmichael. Carmichael has
ee, scouting director for caught at least one pass in each of his
on Redskins termed last 101 games, five short of Danny
ron clash with the Abramovicz's NFL record.
agles. "I look for the Getting the ball to him will be the job
al tough, physical game of Eagle's quarterback Ron Jaworski.
le lot of finesse," Mee Jaworski had a tough time'last week in
leading the Eagles to an upset of the
dskins and Eagles go at defending Super Bowl Champion Pit-
n, at stake will be not tsburgh Steelers. However, the Eagles
but also the lead in the should run the ball often with Wilbert
Xvision. Currently, both Montgomery, one of the NFC's top run-
with the Dallas Cowboys ners, carrying most of the load.
evertheless, both teams In spite of the facts that Philadelphia
n th'e pain and soreness has beefed up their defense and have
football. the home field advantage, look for
has been a bit of a sur- Washington to win a close, low-scoring
edskins. They were not game.
ve the kind of year they In a tough AFC Central divisional
'his was the year Joe clash, the Pittsburgh Steelers travel to
s .to get his chance to Cleveland to play the Browns. Both
quarterback for the teams are 4-1 and share the divisional
ilmer. lead with the Houston Oilers. Both
has been excellent, last teams are also riddled with injuries.
ng 19 of 26 passes for 223 Cleveland will be without its leading
orite receiver is Danny runner Greg Pruitt and wide receiver-
uled in a career-high 10 kick returner Keith Wright. Pittsburgh,
last week. Behind meanwhile, will be without the services
the backfield are John of All-Pro receiver Lynn Swann, guard


hilly today
Gerry Mullins and linebacker Loren
Pittsburgh has been hit with a rash of
early season injuries to key players, in-
cluding quarterback Terry Bradshaw,
running back Franco Harris,
linebacker Jack Lambert and defensive
tackle Joe Greene, all of whom have
missed action thus far this year.
Still, the Steelers have only been
beaten once. Why? Browns Coach Sam
Rutigliano offers this answer: "Without
question, the Steelers have the best
depth in the NFL: And they have Terry
Bradshaw at quarterback. Bradshaw
has virtually carried the Steelers him-
self. Without question he is the best
quarterback in the NFL."
This week Bradshaw will go to
receiver John Stallworth and tight end
Benny Cunningham in passing
situations. Franco Harris and Sidney
Thornton combine to give Pittsburgh
one of the biggest backfields in the NFL
when they choose to run. Cleveland's
tough defense will be tested, although
the return of Lyle Alzado at defensive
end should help.
Without Greg Pruitt, Cleveland will
be at a big disadvantage. Mike Pruitt
and Cleo Miller will try to pick up the
slack in the running game. Quarter-
back Brian Sipe is off to a good start
this year, and look for him to throw to
Dave Logan, Ozzie Newsome, Reggie
Rucker or veteran Calvin Hill.

Benny Malone, two ex-
alented backs.


Baltimore 8, California 0
Notre Dame 21, Georgia Tech 13
Alabama 38, Wichita St. 3
Penn St. 27, Maryland 7
Stanford 27, UCLA 24
USC 50, Washington St. 21
Oregon 19, California 14
Nebraska 57, New Mexico St.0
Pittsburg 28. Boston College 7
Washington 41, Oregon St. 0
CentralMichigan 26, Ohio U. 0
Toledo 23, Bowling Green 17
Miami (0) 28, Marshall 0
Kent St. 18 W. Michigan 13
Boston U. 14, Harvard 10
Brown 31, Princeton 12
Bucknell 10, Cornell0
Delaware 21, Lehigh 14
Temple 41, Rutgers 20
Yale 27, Colgate 0
Clemson 17, virginia7
Pennsylvania 12, Columbia 7
Navy 13, Air Force 9
Holy Cross 13, Dartmouth 7
North Carolina 35, Cincinnati 14
Wake Forest 19, Virginia Tech 14
Georgia 24, Mississippi 21
Mississippi St. 28, Tennessee 9
W. Virginia 10, Kentucky 6
Oklahoma 49, Colorado 24
Wyoming 23, Texas-El Paso 3
Adrian 3, Alma 0
Albion 27, Olivet 26
St. Cloud St. 48, Michigan Tech 0
Saginaw Valley St. 26, Hillsdale 3
Ferris St. 17, Northwestern, MI 7

Women harriers win

BOWLING GREEN -,The Michigan
women's cross crountry team won their
first meet of 1979 yesterday, outrunning
five other teams at the Bowling Green
Pentangular Meet. The opponents were
Bowling Green, Kent State, Oberlin,
and Ohio University. Host, Bowling
Green placed second in the meet, while
Kent State, Ohio U., and Oberlin took
the last three places falling far behind
the top two teams.
Julie Clifford's great finish kick
enabled the Wolverines to take first
place with a 27-point total, just barely
inching past Bowling Green, who
finished with 30 points.
Top ten finishers for Michigan were:
Melanie Weaver (second), Suzanne
Fredrick (fourth), Dawn Woodruff
(sixth), Sharon Wigglesworth (seven-
th), and Julie Clifford (eighth).

It's affirmative
NEW YORK-Affirmed led most of
the way as he repelled Spectacular Bid
in the stretch and won their showdown
yesterday in the $375,000 Jockey Club
Gold Cup at Belmont Park.
THE VICTORY should establish Af-
firmed as Horse of the Year for the
second straight time.
Affirmed, ridden by Laffit Pincay,
took the lead on the clubhouse turn,
surrendered it briefly and then was
back in front entering the backstretch.
The 4-year-old Triple Crown winner of
1978 stayed there.
Both Affirmed and Spectacular Bid
became the first race horses ever to win
$1 million in a year. Affirmed now has
won $1,148,000 this year, while the
second money fo $82,500 boosted Spec-
tacular Bid's 1979 bankroll to $1,045,683.

His Holiness
will speak in

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