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I-HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunda} , September 12, 1971

P~eE~ght FHE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunda9, September 12, 1971

Middies slip past Cavaliers;
Mountaineers upset Terriers

CARDS FALL:

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By The Associated Press
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -'
Second string quarterback Al
Glenny ignited Navy's hitherto
impotent offense for two scores
in the third period yesterday and
the Middies hung on for a 10-6
football victory over a Virginia
team that couldn't overcome its
own 'mistakes.
Glenny, a 184-pound sophomore
from Fitchburg, Mass., hit on a
key 13-yard pass as the Middies
drove from the second half kick-
off to a game-tying 32-yard field
goal by Roger Lanning.
Then, after Navy recovered a
Virginia fumble on its own 25,
Glenny took the Middies 75 yards
to a winning touchdown, which
junior running back Andy Tease
scored on a 15-yard, fourth down
run.
* *
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to a 45-14 upset college football
victory here yesterday before 31,500.
spectators.
Wood, a 5-8 190-pound human
cannonball who levelled would-be
tacklers in his close-to-the-ground
style, rambled for a school record
214 yards in 24 carries against a
highly touted Boston defense as
the Mountaineers capitalized on.
every break and gave their op-
ponents no openings.
Wildcats win
CLEMSON, S.C. - Place kicker
Tom Kirk's 27-yard fourth quarterI
field goal lifted the Kentucky Wild-
cats to a 13-10 season opening
victory over Clemson yesterday.
Kirk's kick came with 4:57 re-
maining in the game. Clemson's
Tigers had tied the game 10-10
by recovering a fumble in Ken-
tucky's end zone.
M M *

Washington State yesterday and
the Kansas Jayhawks routed the
Cougars, 34-0. in an intersectional
football opener for both teams.
Heck, the senior quarterback,
ran 11 yards for one touchdown
and tossed an 11-yard pass to
Conley for another. r
* * *
K-State bumbles
MANHATTAN. Kan. - Mickey'
Doyle drilled a 43-yard field goal
midway through the fourth quarter
to settle a defensive duel and carry
Utah State to a 10-7 season open-
ing victory over error-laden Kan-
sas State yesterday.
The Aggies, who converted a
pass interception into a first-half
touchdown, took the steam out of
an apparent Kansas State rally by
marching 51 yards to set up Doyle's
long field goal, which was kicked
into a moderate crosswind.
* *; *

MORGANTOWN, W. Va.-Soph- KU romps Maryland muddied
omore-laden West Virginia turned LAWRENCE, Kan.-Dan Heck, COLLEGE PARK, Md.-VII'ano-
five Boston College fumbles into Steve Conley and Jerome Nellomsr
scores and rode the sterling per- provided a three-pronged offensive va quarterback D arylWoodring
formance of fullback Pete Wood I punch that was too much for tossed his third touchdown pass
}after Maryland scored twice during
a torrential downpour, ensuring a
28-13 football victory for the Wild-
H UMAN RIGHTS- cats yesterday.
RADICAL INDEPENDENT PARTY Split end Mike Siani was on the
receiving end of the seven-yard
clincher with about five minutes
remaining.

Tigers
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Joe Coleman
pitched no-hit ball for seven inn-j
ings and finished with a three-hit-
ter while Gaes Brown drilled his;
ninth home run of the year to
power the Detroit Tigers to a 1-0
victory over Boston yesterday.
Coleman, striking out 11 en-7
route to his 17th victory, check-
ed the Red Sox until rookie Cecil
Cooper led off the eighth with a.
pinch single, a slow bounder that
just eluded third baseman Aurelio1
Rodriguez.
It was only Cooper's second
at bat in the majors and his
first hit. In the ninth," Carl
Yastrzemski and Reggie Smith
opened with singles and moved
up on a sacrifice. But they held1
there on George Scott's short fly;
and Joe Lehoud grounded out to
end the game.
Brown sent Ray Culp down to
his 15th loss with his leadoff
homer in the fourth inning, one of
only six Tiger hits.
. * * *
Cards slammed
, CHICAGO - Paul Popovich's
grand slam homerun in the thirdJ
inning, following a costly error by
Joe Torre, powered Chicago to a1
7-0 victory over the St. Louis Car-
dinals yesterday to snap the Cubs'
five-game losing streak. .
With two on and two out in the
third, Frank Fernandez his a1
Michigan's cross c o u n t r y 2
team participated in its first
intrasquad test on the Michigan
Golf Course yesterday. Fresh-,
man George Khouri led the
squad with a time of 32:54.1.
The Wolverines first regular
season meet is against Eastern
Michigan on Oct. 2.
grounder to third which Torre
booted for a base-filling error.
Popovich slugged Jerry Reuss'
next pitch into the teeth of a stiff
north wind for his third homer of
the year and the first grand slam
of his career
Reuss, 14-13, yielded a first-
inning run on Ron Santo's sacri-
fice fly, then wild pitched home
another in the fourth before het
was relieved.
Cub starter Juan Pizarro, 6-5,;
went the distance, allowing sixt
hits and posting his second shut-I
out of the season.

Rusty Staub, Jim Fairey and Bob
Bailey keyed a three-run fifth
inning and carried Ernie Mc-
Anally and the Montreal Expos to
a 4-1 victory over the Pittsburgh
Pirates yesterday.
With the game tied 1-1 in the
fifth, Boots Day started the ral-
ly with a one-out single to left.
Staub followed with a double
down the right field line but Day
was thrown out at the plate,
Ron Fairly was walked inten-
tionally but Fairey crossed up the
Pirates' strategy with a double
to left-center for two runs and
later scored when Bailey doubled.
Montreal took an early 1-0
lead when Ron Hunt led off the
first with a single, was sacrificed
to second by Day, and scored on a
single by Staub.
Al Oliver led off - the Pirates'
fifth with a triple and scored on
Gene Alley's single to tie the
score.
* * *
Indians scalped
CLEVELAND - The New York
Yankees outlasted the Cleveland1
Indians 10-8 ina slugfest yester-
day.
The Yanks belted six Cleveland
pitchers for 15 hits and built a1
10-2 lead before the Indians' late
rally in the ninth inning.
Cleveland scored four runs in
the ninth inning on a pair of1
two - run homers by Ray Fosse
and Kurt Bevacqua off reliever
Alan Closter. Roger Hambright
finally retired the side.1
Mike Kekich, 10-7, the New
York starter, was the winner.]
Rich Hand, 2-5, took the loss. E
Roy White and Thurman Mun-

son powered the Yankees to their
early lead with homers.
New York broke a 2-2 tie in the
third inning with three runs, two
scoring on Jim Lyttle's two-run,
double. The Yanks erupted for
four in the sixth.
* *
Twins burn
OAKLAND - Reggie Jackson
crashed his 27th home run of the
season with one on and one out
in the bottom of the 10th inning
yesterday ,catapulting the Oak-
land A's to a 5-3 victory over the
Minnesota Twins.
Rick Monday beat out an in-
field single before Jackson un-
loaded against Minnesota reliefer
Pete Hamm, 2-2, giving the victory
to Roland Fingers, 4-6, who
pitched one-hit ball in 2 2-3 inn-'
ings of relief.
The A's jumped on starter
Mike Corbin for a pair of runs in
the second inning after Mike Ep-
stein's leadoff walk and Angel
Mangual's one-out single.
Gene Tenace forced Spstein at
third but Mangual scored when
Eric Soderholm, trying for the
double play, threw wildly past
first. Tenace then scampered
home on Dick Green's single.
The A's added a run in the
third on Monday's triple and
Jackson's double but the Twins
knocked out Oakland starter
Chuck Dobson in the seventh
with four singles, including
George Mitterwald's bases-loaded,
two-run liner to left.
Minnesota tied it one inning
later off reliever Darold Knowl-
es on doubles by Cesar Tovar and
Tony Oliva.

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ILLINOIS STATE quarterback Harold Queisser (18) scampers
for a short gain In yesterday's loss to Western Michigan. The
Broncos of WMU took the toll of their non-conference opponents
35-7 as they began preparations for the upcoming Mid-American
conference season. Western Michigan is counted on to provide
Toledo with its stiffest opposition for control of the MAC.

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Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East

Baltimore
Detroit
Boston
New York
Washington
Cleveland
Oakland
Kansas City
California
Chicago
Minnesota
Milwaukee

W
88
80
76
72
58
55
West
92
77
68
67
65
61

L
51
64
70
72
85
88

Pct.
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.521
.500
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.385
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.472
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.458
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GB
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25
26
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New -York 10, Cleveland 8
Washington at Baltimore postponed
Kansas City 4, Chicago 2
Oakland 5, Minnesota 3, 10 innings
Milwaukee at California, inc.
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland
Boston at Detroit
Mininesota at Oakland
Washington at Kansas City
Milwaukee at California
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

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66
76
77
77
82

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 1, Boston 0

Pittsburgh
St. Louis
New York
Chicago
Montreal
Philadelphia
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Atlanta
Houston
Cincinnati
San Diego

Wv L
87 59
81 64
74 69
74 70
63 79
59 86
West
82 63
79 66
74 72
71 74
71 76
54 91
RESULTS

Pct.
.596
.559
.518
.514
.444
.406
.565
.545
.507
.490
.482
.372

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penalized for lifting his foot in the
scrum.
Then Hooper scored his first
try. Kleland Child set up Hooper
with a charge up the middle. And
Pennoyer~ converted the extra
point.
Michigan quickly scored two
more time before the close of the
first half. Ross Vickers intercep-
ted a stray Detroit pass for an
easy try, and Hooper scored his
second try to make the- score at
halftime, 19-0.
Michigan's mighty offense
struck again early in the sec-
ond half with Hooper taking a
final pass from Rory O'Connor.
Pennoyer booted the two point
kick.
The Blue came right back with
a pass from Terry Larrmer to Ron
Smith who took the ball 25 yards
out and vaulted the last defender
for the try.
Shortly afterward Larrmer fol-
lowed up his-own kick and recov-
ered it in the end zone for another
try.
Detroit broke the ice late in the
second half on a quick sprint up
the middle by Steve Krantz, and
Randall Pierce converted.
In the last second of the game
Hooper charged in for his fourth
and final goal.
After the game Captain Larr-
mer stressed overall satisfaction
over Michigan's performance. "We
worked in practice getting the ball
to the backs. Our backs, incident-
ally, scored all our tries. The
scrum did' an excellent job get-
ting the ball to our backs."
Coody takes
Series' lead
AKRON, Ohio 0P) - Masters
champion Charles Coody fired a
two under par 68, and grabbed a
surprising three stroke lead yes-
terday in the first round of the
World Series of Golf.
Coody, making his first appear-
ance in this tournament that
brings together the winners of
the world's four major titles, pick-
ed up two strokes on the field
when he hit a two-iron shot eight
feet from the flag and made the
putt on the seventh hole.
The other three players bogeyed
it, all from a_ trap.

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