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Sunday, September 26, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Sunday, September 26, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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ANN ARBOR'S BEST iDodgers slice Giants'
CLOTHING BUYS
The Fine Print Will Tell You Why From wire service Reports sixth. Lee May also homered for Ferguson Jenkins won his 23rd In other American League ac-
All our apparel gently used The Los Angeles Dodgers inch- the Reds, his 39th of a super- game with a route-going perform- tion, Baltimore outlasted Cleve-
ed to within one game of the San productive season. ance as the Cubbies juiced Phil- land 6-4 in eleven innings, Minne-
419 DETROIT ST. Francisco Giants yesterday after- Ace fireman Ed Sprague stopped adelphia 4-2. Jenkins also blasted sota bombed Kansas City 7-2 in
ANN> ARBOR noon by bopping the Atlanta a Giant rally in the seventh and his sixth homer of the year to the first of a doubleheader and
ANN ARBOR /Braves 5-4. San Francisco drop- blanked the choking Giants over get his ball club off and running. Milwaukee whipped Oakland 8-6.
663-2008 ped a thrilling 6-5 decision to Cin- the last two innings to pick up his Bob Aspromonte's pinch single Craig Nettles wasted his 2 8 t h
cinnati. first win of the season. Taking the in the 15th inning drove in Tom homer of the season for the Ind-
A solo homer by Duke Sims was loss was veteran Don McMahon, Foli with the wining run yester- ians in a battle of relief pitchers
_ .__ a key blow in the Dodger wi i. now 10-6. day as the New York Mets edged Pete Richert got the win for the
;« t The gutty Los Angeles team bang- Both the Giants and Dodgers the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1. Orioles K
0, < . xt~rx.w..:v.,.s";<< x ed out nine hits in support o
~4 ininghule Do Stto, owhave four games left to go in the Foli opened the 15th with a Harmon Killebrew carried Mn-
nning hurlekay rer as- fading season, single and moved on up a sacri- nesota to its win with his 2 7 t h
O Frb R+ 16-12. They kon ednorersh I hr t Lfice by winning pitcher D a n n y homer of the campaign, a two-
ketballer Ron Reed in the sixth In other National League action, Frisella. Then Bud Harrelson flied run shot in the seventh inning.
inning with a big four-run rally. the St. Louis Cardinals made good
SER V C ES Atant coldnt pt teirelevn ue o elvenhit an dupedout, and, after Leroy Stanton was Killebrew's shot traveled 425 feet
1ST U D EN T SER V C E hits together. Montreal 8-6. The Cardinals intentionally walked, Aspromonte before coming to rest in a down-
Hal McRae's second homer of racked up last year's top rookie
P L C Y B A R Dthegamesen teGintstote CarlMonJeryi e ame. BThe Metsnscored first, nicking Milwaukee knocked out Rollie
tiI cinnati's Riverfront Stadium. Af- the Expos until the fifth when third when Harrelson doubled, eighth to sail past the Athletics.
McRae and George Foster they sent him whimpering home moved up on a grounder and 9cor- A double by Andy Kosco and
THERE IS A VACANCY FOR each homered in the second to with a big threerun rally. Stan ed on Cleon Jones' sacrifice fly. Johnny Briggs' single were th., key
'WHICH YOU CAN APPLY! 'keep the Reds in the thick of the Swanson hit his first major league Rookie Tim Hosley drove in five blows in the rally.
.a game, McRae blasted another good round-tripper in the fifth f o ' runs with two long homers, lead- Jim Kaat scattered nine hits
SIGN UP FOR INTERVIEWS for three runs to win it in the Montreal. ing the Detroit Tigers to a 10-7'and pitched the Minnesota Twins
/ ~ 1 7 \ I -- __-------- -triumph over the New York Yan- to a 7-0 victory in the second
IN SG OFFICES (3~X Mich. Unfion) tees yesterday. game and a sweep of yesterday's
ann arbor film cooperative Hosley led a 13-hit Tiger at- doubleheader against the Kansas
INTERVIEWS TO BE HELD Gregory PekJohn Huston' tack off four Yankee hurlers with City A's.
INTERVIEWS TGOegoryHPeck Orson Welles inJonHsns
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHTS a two-run homer in the second Cesar Tovar, who drove in three
M OBY DICK Iand a three-run shot in the third, runs with a double and two sin-
his first homers in the m a j o i gles in the first game, doubled
based on Herman Melville's novel leagues. and singled twice in the nightcap.
Screenplay by Ray Bradbury and John Huston Detroit chased New York start- He scored two runs and drove in
er Mike Kekich, in the third with another.
TUESDAY - September 28 - ONLY! a four-run outburst to move ahead
loving peo le for good 7-5Tovar's double started a four-
auditorium a 7 & 9:30 p.m. still only 75C Willie Horton returned to t h e run fourth inning for the Twins
whne how to ive. angel hall children 35c Detroit lineup for the first time in the nightcap with George Mit-
Tha' harrHCOMINGTHURSDAY--Midnight Cowboy since August 27,awhen he was hit terwald doubling two of the runs
CO IN TURDA -MdnghCwbyon the face by a pitch, and col- home.
____ _ _ _lected two singles, Tovar singled and scored on
.Rod Carew's triple in the fifth and
II I then singled Kaat home with an-
.. 1 A A I ~rif /nl Iir other run in the sixth.

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on a lake up in the scenic Rlburz Mountains. Don't we all wish
we were there?

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Kaat preserved his shutout in the
fourth, knocking down Lou Piniel-
la's drive to start a double play
with Amos Otis on third base.
Blyleven went all the way in the
first game for Minnesota, evening
his record at 15-15.

Griffith

'Draper

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The end came at 2:45 of the'
round with Griffith crouched help-
lessly in his corner, as a sellout
crowd of 23,000 went wild in Luna
Park.
Monzon was in control of the
fight when the end came, mark-
ing his 66th straight bout without
a loss and the second defense of
the title he won by knocking out
Nino Benvenuti in 1970.
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Championship yesterday by scor-
ing a 3-1 victory over Ernest
Pieper Jr. of San Juan Bautista,
Calif., after trailing until the11th
hole.
Draper, the, current. Western
Senior champion, gained a two-up
lead on the 15th hole with a tee-
shot 22 feet from the cup. He
putted from there for a birdie two.
Another fine tee shot on the 17th,
two feet from The cup, again gave
Draper a birdie two, and enabled
him to finish off Pieper.
Draper won the first two holes
of the match and then lost the
next three. He evened the match
on the 6th with a par. Pieper went
ahead again with a five-foot putt
for a birdie on the 7th and stayed
ahead until the 11th where Draper
evened the match with two putts
for a par four. Draper scored an-
other par four on the 14th to take
the lead as Pieper hit into a trap.
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