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Wednesday, September 15, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

YHE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven'

Tigers

belt

birds,

6-1;

Expos,

Mets

split

Lolich notches 24th victory as
G. Brown, Rodriouez lead attack

Aaron clobbers two;
Pirates add to lead

By The Associated Press
Mickey Lolich chalked up his
24th victory of the season lastl
night, defeating the Baltimore
Orioles 6-1 and becoming the win-
ningest pitcher in the major
leagues.

daily
sports

Lolich had fallen behind Jim NIGHT EDITORS:
Palmer, bidding for his 19th vic- AL SHACKELFORD
tory, 1-0, after five innings when and JOEL GREER
the Tigers tied it on successive
singles by Aurelio Rodriguez, The Royals got the game's first
Gates Brown and- Norm Cash run off loser Diego Segui, 9-7,
starting the sixth. when Amos Otis led off the sev-
Bill Freehan then unloaded his enth with a single, stole second
20th homer into the Orioles' bull- and went on to third when catcher
pen in left. center field. Dave Duncan threw the ball into
Detroit drove Palmer, 18-8, from center field. Keough singled off
the mound the next inning when first baseman Mike Epstein's
Rodriguezdbanged his third straight glove, scoring Otis.

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Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-4 vic-
tory over the Chicago White Sox.
Parsons, 13-15, who had spotted
Chicago, a 4-0 lead in the second,
walked to open the seventh against
loser Tom Bradley, 13-14. Rick
Auerbach sacrificed and, with two
out, May doubled, scoring Par-
sons.
Vince Colbert limited Wash-
ington to four hits yesterday as
the Cleveland Indians defeated the
┬ženators 3-1 in the first game of
A twi-night doubleheader.
Cleveland scored two runs in
the fourth. Ted Uhleander tripled
and scored the first run when
Bernie Allen's throw got past third
baseman Dave Nelson and rolled
into the dugout, then Roy Foster
doubled and scored on a single by
Graig Nettles. The Indians added
their final run in the fifth on an
' RBI single by Uhleander.
' The only run off Colbert, 6-4,

By The Associated Press
Hank Aaron drove in five suns
with his 42nd and 43rd home runs
of the season last night, powering
the Atlanta Braves to a 5-2 victory
over the Cincinnati Reds.
The homers gave Aaron 635 for
his brilliant career, third on the
all-time list and moved him into
fourth place in career runs-batted-
in with 1,953.
Ron Reed, 13-12, got late relief
hel pafter the Reds broke through
in the seventh on hits by George
Foster and Darrell Chaney and
Tommy Helms' two-run single.
The Pittsburgh Pirates moved
a step closer to the pennant in
the National League East yester-
day by defeating the Chicago Cubs
1-3 in an afternoon ^ontest.
The Pirates scored twice is the
sixth inning to edge the Cubs and

mathematically eliminate Chicago
from contention in the NL East.
Al Oliver led off the inning with
a homer off Ferguson Jenkins, 21-
13, to tie the game at 3-3. Richie
Hebner then tripled qnd scored on
a passed ball by Frank Fernandez.
Pitcher Rick Wise's two-run
single highlighted a five-run sec-
ond inning, sending the Philadel-
phia Phillies to a 5-4 victory last
night and chilling the St. Louis
Cardinals' hopes in the National
League East.
The hard-throwing Wise, who got
ninth-inning relief help from Chris
Short, delivered his key hit off
Cards right-hander Chris Zachary,
3-10, in dropping the Cardinals
7112 games behind the division-
leading Pittsburgh Pirates with 14
games left.

hit and second double and tallied Montgomery, 1-0, just called up
on Brown's third hit. from Elmira of the Eastern
Mickey Stanley belted his sixth League, allowed only four hits in
home run off Grant Jackson in his major league debut. He re-
the eighth inning. placed Paul Splittorff after three
A single by Andy Etchebarren, innings when Splittorff was hit on
a sacrifice, and Paul Blair's single the right kneecap in the third in-
got Baltimore a lead in the fifth ning by a line drive off the bat of
inning, but Lolich soon settled Dick Green.
down as he moved one victory Thurman Munson drew a pair
ahead of Oakland's Vida Blue. of sixth-inning walks, scoring one
The complete game was the run and forcing across another,
25th turned in by Lolich, who has in a five-run rally that lifted the
now worked 342 innings, tops in New York Yankees to a 6-3 vic-
the, majors since Robin Roberts tory over the Boston Red Sox last
itched 347 innings in 1953. night.
Rookie. M o n t y Montgomery
pitched six brilliant innings in re- Held to two hits and /an un-
lief, giving the Kansas City Royals earned run for five innings by loser
a 2-0 victory over Oakland last Rogelio Moret, 2-3, the Yankees
night that kept the A's from capitalized on the rookie south-
clinching the American League
West Division title. paw's wildness and fielding lapses

Major League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

came in the ninth innin
Mincher's 12th home ru
season.
ANOTHER T
S o

g on Don
un of the
'ITLE?:

-Associatea ress
LOU CAMELLI, Cleveland Inlian second baseman, looks like he is doing a new acid-rock dance step,
but he really made the force on Washington runner Tim Cullen in yesterday's games. Vmpire Hank
Sour mugs it up like a statue but still calls the play.

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

East
W
89
83
76
74
58
57
West
93
79
69
69
67
64

L
53
65
73
73
86
88
52
68
78
79
78
83

Pct.
.628
.561
.511
.503
.403
.393
.634
.537
.476
.466
.462
.435

GB
9
16/
181/
32
33Y2
14
24
24/
25
29

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

91
82
78
74
65
61
West
83
81
75
73
72
55

59
66
71
74
83,
87
64
66
74
75
78
93

Pet.
.607
.555-
.524
.500
.438
.408
.565
.551
.503
.494
.480
.370

GB
8
12%
16
25
29
2
10%
123/
28%

-studdedBucks get down

Skins nab Alex
The Washington R e d s k i n s
picked up All-Pro defensive
tackle Alex Karras, a Redskins
spokesman reported late last
night. See stor yon Page 6 for
more details on the cataclysmic
Karras affair.

for their big inning.
Mel Stottlemyre, 14-11, singled
off the wall for New York's fourth
run of the' inning.
Dave May hit a three-run homer
in the third inning and doubled
home winning pitcher Bill Par-
sons with the decisive run in the
seventh last night to lead the

By BOB ANDREWS The Buckeyes made this point'
crystal clear last Saturday as
The sophomore standouts for they opened up with a smashing
the Ohio State Buckeyes this sea- 52-21 victory over the Iowa Hawk-
sone are yno easos oimpres- eyes. One main reason for both
sive as the nsuproh ftre thi oerful offesive sowig
seasons ago, all of whom h a v ethspwruofeiv soinI
now departed from the college was the fine performance of sen-
gridiron scene. However, it would ior quarterback Don Lamka, who
be a grave mistake to believe that for the past two campaigns was
the breakup of one of the finest relegated to the defensive reserv-
teams in Big Ten history will keep es, and now is the replacement for
CoamhsWondBigaTehstrydhis 1971 Rex Kern. Ohio State information
Coa h Woody Hayga n making rated Lamka as a fine running
squa frm one aain akig asignal caller and he proved this
strong bid for conference title. sigacCAacler an he rov1d thi..
h ad 211 t tl

Harris or junior Tom Batista at 1
split end. This position is one of
the deepest for the Buckeyes this
year, but the loss of sophomore
Dave Hazel in the Iowa game has
weakened it' somewhat.
With left guard Larry G r a f
out for the season and John Hicks,
one of the best offensive tackles
in the Big Ten also injured, there
was serious doubts concerning the
potency of the offensive line this
year. However, center Tom De-
Leone and tackle Rick Simon
sparkled in the Iowa game and if
the replacements for Graf and
Hicks, sophomore Dan Scott and
Charles Bonica, respectively can
come through, enough gaping
holes should be opened for t he

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A i to throw lingerer' in Japan

was so, as ne amassea G1 auc
yards on the ground and scored
four touchdowns. Should Lamka
falter, the Buckeyes will go to
Bill Boyle, one of their f i n e
sophomores.

NEW YORK (AP) - Muhammad whupped," shouted Ali who was scheduled
Ali showed up at a news confer- outpointed by Frazier last March. Nov. 29.
ence called yesterday to announce "You can't brainwash me. He got Yoshio
an upcoming fight in Japan and whupped." the bout,
talked of one of his favorite sub- Sitting beside Ali, with a serious signed bul
jects-how he really beat heavy-' expression most of the time, was dproval fr
weight cahmpion Joe Frazier. Mack Foster of Fresno, Calif., who Commissi
"He's not the champion, he got is supposed to fight Ali in a ! are non-J
expects a:
Ali is b
Dem sey booted by Saints; in Ameri
1$150,000, s
$2.5 milli
ieely Hancocks Rocket pact sion right
To be
By The Associated Press p.m. in N
* NEW ORLEANS-Tom Dempsey, who kicked a record 63-yard have to st
field goal for the New Orleans Saints last season, was cut yesterday Kou sai
by the National Football League team. at $25 or
But Dempsey insists other teams are interested in his services. 15,000-seal
"Sure, I'm discouraged, and I'm hurt," he said after being given a sellout
his unconditional release. "But I've been down before . . . and I've guarantee
gotten back up. I know I can kick in this league and I'm going to. counting c
"I've already talked to six teams that are interested," he added. With the
"Now I'm free to negotiate with anyone." Ali took c
Born with half a right foot and no right hand, Dempsey was named exchanges
last year as Most Courageous Player by the Pro Football Writers ally with
Association and won the Most Courageous Athlete award of the in 28 pro
Philadelphia Sportswriters Assn. by Jerry
x * When F
! HOUSTON-The Houston Rockets of the National Basketball tories w
Association have signed their No. 1 draft choice, Cliff Meely of shouted
nounced a
Colorado. "lingerer.
The signing completed summer-long negotiations that forced Meely "It do
to miss a previous rookie camp the Rockets held before the franchise just daze
was shifted from San Diego. the forme
Terms of the contract were not disclosed.
* ST. LOUIS-America's tour-toughened veterans--even with
Lee Trevino and Billy Casper scheduled only for part-time perform-
ances-ranked as solid favorites to best Britain's best in the biennial
Ryder Cup matches that begin three-day run tomorrow.
Britain, spearheaded by Tony Jacklin and Peter Butler, scored
a major upset in 1969, when it tied the United States 16-16 in South-
port, England.
That was the first time the U.S. had failed to win since 1957. The
dozen pros who make up the American team are determined it
won't happen again.
The American squad is headed by Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus,
and Trevino. Trevino, still weak from a recent appendectomy, and
Casper, who has an injured foot, will play only once a day.
Forest fires burn
more than trees.
A
(M

15-rounder in Tokyo The tradition at Ohio State has backfield to remain a serious
been oriented towards a running threat.
attack, and this year should be The Buckeye defensive unit
Kou, who will promote no exception. Although fullback should be typically solid as more
said the fighters have John Brockington graduated, jun- regulars will be returning than for
t that he still needs ap- for fulback John Bledsoe, who the offense. One of the strongest
m the Japanese Boxing blasted for 151 yards last week; areas has to be the linebacking,
in because both fighters junior Rick Galbos, who gained where Stan White, a senior, and
Japanese. He added he 6.3 yards a carry last year; and sophomore Randy Gradishar will
pproval within 10 days. senior Tom Campana as well as cover the duties. Reserve lineback-
being guaranteed $500,000 Lamka comprise a backfield that ers will consist of Vic Koegel, Ken
can money and Foster gIround out 402 yards on the Dixon and Rick Ferko.
said Kou, who is asking ground as compared to 60 yards The defensive line which con-
on for world-wide televi- in the air. The Buckeyes hope to sists of George Hasenohrl, a jun-
s which are up for bids. maintain this style of attack, but
shown on television at 10 also realize that running againstj
ew York, the fight would the defense of the Hawkeyes is
tart at 11 a.m. in Tokyo. quite different than running Read and Use
d tickets would be priced against those of teams like Colo-
rado, Northwestern and Michigan,
$30 for the fight in a o the need for the Buckeyes to Dai ly Classifieds

ior, at left tackle; Kevin Fletcher,
a junior, at middle guard; junior
Shad Williams at right tackle and
senior Ken Luttner at right end
has really been bolstered by t he
play of sophomore Tom Marendt,
the highly regarded left end who
played up to expectations against
Iowa.
The backfield received a tough
break when Harry Howard, out-
standing cornerback, injured him-
self in the Iowa contest, and will
be replaced by junior Randy Cow-
man.
In addition, John Hughes, ano-
ther of the stronger members of
the Buckeye backfield has also
been injured and Carl Kern, a
sophomore will be called upon to
fill his shoes.
Rounding out the defense will
be sophomore Jeff Davis at. left
halfback and Rick Seifert, a junior
at safety.
The backfield will probably be
put under pressure by opposing
quarterbacks but the solid defense
up front should definitely lend a
helping hand.
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Results
Detroit 6, Baltimore 1
New York 6, Boston 3
Cleveland 3, Washingtnollst
Washington at Cleveland, inc. 2d
Milwaukee 5, Chicago 4
Kansas 2, Oakland 0
NOther clubs not scheduled

* Results
Montreal 12, New York 1 1st
New York 6, Montreal 3 2nd
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 4
Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 3
Atlanta 5, Cincinnati 2
Los Angeles at S. Francisco. Inc.
San Diego 5, Houston 2

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would not meet Ali's
, but Kou said he is.
on television for this.
e fight details explained,
over, engaging in verbal
s with newsmen and fin-
Foster whose only loss
fights was a knockout
Quarry.
Foster said all of his vic-
vere by knockout, Ali
"Whew" and then an-
a new punch he called the
esn't knock you out, it
es you and you linger,"
er champ explained.

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In that case, Lamka will go to
either Fred Pagas, a sophomore,
or junior Merv Teague at tightI
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