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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fridoy, October 9, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, October 8, 1971

Lw School Mixer-Dance
Oct. 8 8:30-Midnight
music by GEYDA
Non-Law School Students-50c
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OPENER TOMORROW:

Bucs
By JOE PHILLIPS
The Baltimore Orioles j u s t
keep trucking along. After their
convincing three game sweep of
the Oakland Athletics, t h e
Birds have been made solid 5-3
favorites to beat the Pittsburgh
Pirates in the 1971 W o r l d
Series which begins tomorrow
in Baltimore. Whatever the odds,
it's tough to imagine the Orioles
losing.
Oakland lost the American
League playoff to the B i r d s
because they failed to k n o c i
out Baltimore's starting pitch-
ers. Mike Cuellar and Jim Pal-
mer pitched complete g a m e s
while Dave McNally pitched sev-
en decent innings in the open-
er.
The Pittsburgh Pirates c a n-
not afford to let this happen to
them. Dock Ellis, Steve Blass
and Nelson Briles, the expected
Pirate starters are clearly no

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match for Baltimore's fantastic
four, Cuellar, Palmer, McNally,
and Pat Dobson.
The Pirate bats are going to
have to explode early against
the Orioles in order to turn the
pitching advantage their way.
If the Orioles have a weakness
it's in their underworked bull-
pen. Since the Oriole's starters
combinea for nearly one thous-
and innings pitched during the
regular season, Baltimore relief
pitchers remain an unknown
commodity.
In the outfield, the Pirates
have three awesome hitters, Ro-
berto Clemente, Al Oliver and
Willie Stargell. Stargell, t h e
NL home run king this year
with 48, is due to explode af-
ter a disappointing 0-14 p e r-
formance against the Giants.
While the Orioles can't match
this trio in pure power, Merv
Rettenmund, Paul Blair a n d
Don Buford play tough defense
and not one of them is an easy

nighty
out. And at 37 years old, Frank
Robinson is still a very danger-
ous man with a bat in his hands,
especially in the clutch.
While not as exciting, the
Orioles twosome of Andy Etcha-
barren and Ellie Hendricks are
steady, dependable catchers.
In the infield, the big ques-
tion mark for the Orioles must
be Boog Powell's sore right hand.
A report from Baltimore e x -
plained yesterday that the pow-
er hiting first baseman h a s
been taking heat treatments
and should be ready to go to-
morrow. At any rate, Powell
majestically claims he's going
to "bite on a bullet and go out
there."
Brooks Robinson, Mark Be-
langer and Dave Johnson can
turn ball games around w i t h
their gloves and Brooks still
ranks as Mr. Clutch with t h e
bat.
Pirate infielders Bob Robert-
son, Dave Cash, Gene Alley and

Birds
Rich Hebner are only adequate
fielders, but swing some pretty
big bats. Robertson put on an
awesome disdlay of power
against the Giants, stroking four
home runs. If he stays hot.
Despite the odds favoring the
Orioles to win their third World
Series in six years, Veteran se-
cond baseman Bill Maeroski
contends that his' Pirates are a
stronger team than the Pirates
that beat the New York Yan-
kees in the 1960 World Series:
"This team is much better all
around. It's stronger. It has
more power. This team can
overpower you, where we had to
finesse and do things better in
1960."
Murtaugh claims that h i s
Pirates are going to "give Balti-
more hell." But the fact re-
,nains that Pittsburgh bats,
particularly Stargell's, are go-
ing to have to catch fire and
knock off Baltimore's starting
pitchers.

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PITTSBURGH PIRATES Jackie Hernandez (2), Gene Clines (15)
and Dock Ellis (right) congratulate teammates Dave Cash and
Bob Robertson (center). after the Bucs clinched the National
League Championship Series against the Giants Tuesday. The
Pirates meet the Baltimore Orioles in the World Series starting
tomorrow.
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Munn falters
LANSING, Mich. (A") -- Clar-
ence "Biggie" Munn, 63, ath-
letic director at Michigan State
University the past 17 years,
was hospitalized yesterday fol-
lowing an apparent stroke.
"It appears Mr. Munn has
suffered a stroke," Dr. Theo-
dore I. Bauer, said some two
hours after first reports of the
hospitalization. Bauer, Munn's
physician, had said earlier
Munn was in the intensive care
ward of Sparrow Hospital for
observation after "an episode
of fainting."

Lacrosse seeks varsity rank;
graduate club will continue

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By ROBERT HALVAKS
Michigan lacrosse began in
1964, but it wasn't until Coach
Bob Kaman arrived from Vir-
ginia Tech in 1969 that the club
team had the leadership and or-
ganization, which has the sport
waiting in the wings for varsity
recognition.
Currently a petition for varsity
ranking is before Athletic Direc-
tor Don Canham and if a fav-
orable decision is handed down
in March, Michigan will field a
varsity team in the Midwest La-
crosse Association by the fall of
1972, while continuing its club
program for graduate students.
Last spring the club team
posted an 8-1 record, which was
good for the Midwest Club La-
crosse Association title and the
unofficial Big Ten crown beating
Michigan State twice and Ohio
State once. Both are varsity
teams.
Tis coming spring the club
wilplay a 12 game schedule,
along with a southern trip during
the first week of March, which
will pit it against Duke, North
Carolina, and North Carolina
State. The trip is financed by
club dues and approximately 50
dollars a man.
Despite not having varsity re-
cognition, the lacrosse club has
received assistance from the ath-
letic department in the way of
equipment and field provision,

However, all travel expenses have
been taken care of by the club
itself.
Thirty-five people are work-
ing out during this fall session,
which stresses instructions in
fundamental play, including seven
graduate students including one
woman.
This spring Kaman once again
anticipates his squad being a top
contender for the Midwest title,
although it will face stiff com-
petition from the Ohio Univer-
sity, Notre Dame, and Columbus
lacrosse clubs.
Also on this spring's schedule
are varsity teams Michigan State
and Bowling Green; which will

both be out to avenge last year's
defeats.
Kaman, who played his lacrosse
at the University of Pennsylvania
on defense, believes the addition
of an assistant coachwith some
offensive knowledge might add
the needed offensive punch t
his club that will balance the al-
ready tough defense.
The first of the two fall ex-
hibition games with Notre Dame,
which Michigan has beaten in
their last two meetings, is this
Sunday on the tartan turf prac-
tice field at Ferry Field, with,
the B game starting at noon and
the A game at 3:00. The second
exhibition between these two
clubs will be October 31, in South
Bend.

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Angels fire Phillips;
entire coaching staff

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ANAHEIM (R) - Manager Lefty
Phillips and his four coaches were
dismissed yesterday by the Cali-4
fornia Angels.
Gene Autry, board chairman of
the American League team, and
former good guy cowboy, and Bob
Reynolds, president, issued a state-
ment saying the contracts of the
five would not be renewed.
Phillips was offered a job in
the Angels' player personnel and
scouting department but did not
say whether he will accept the
offer.
There was no hint from man-
agement when a new manager
would be named.
The coaches are Rocky Bridges.
Carl Koenig, Pete Reiser and Norm
Sherry.
The announcement had been

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ed Bill Rigney May 27, 1969. In
his nearly three years with Cali-
fornia, his teams won 221 games
and lost 225. The Angels finishe$
third in the American League
West in 1969 and 1970 and fourth
this past season.
"We believe Lefty is an excellent
baseball man but there c am e
the time when changes had to be
made," said a joint statement from
Autry and Reynolds. "We felt tl#
position of the club in the stand-
ings indicates such a change is in
order."
Johnson, traded Tuesday to the
Cleveland Indians, was suspend-
ed without pay after a series of
disputes with both Phillips and
General Manager Dick Walsh. Mi
arbitration board ordered his pay
restored.
The 52-year-old Phillips played
minor league ball but his pitching
career ended after an arm injury.
He served for 15 yearstunder the
Dodger manager, Walter Alston
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