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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, September 11, 1971

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - National League
batting leader Joe Torre's first hit
of the game drove in Matty Alou,
breaking a 12th-inning deadlock
and powering the St. Louis Car-
dinals to an 8-7 triumph over the
Chicago Cubs yesterday.
Torre's run - producing single
scored Alou from second. Ted Sim-
mons sealed the victory by doub-
ling Torre home.
The Cubs had pulled into a 6-6
tie in the eighth inning after the
Cardinals took a 6-4 lead in their
half.
The Cubs, who had earlier come
off a three-run deficit to take a
4-3 lead, tied it in the bottom
of the eighth after Billy Williams
walked, Jim Hickman singled and
Ron Santo moved them up with a
sacrifice.
Joe Peptitone's grounder got
Williams home and pinch runner
Cleo James scored when Alou fum-
bled Frank Fernandez' grounder.
The Cardinals had moved ahead
in their half as Simmons doubled
in a run and Jose Cruz singled in
the other.
St. Louis pounced on Ferguson
Jenkins for three runs in the first
inning with Torre, Simmons and
Cruz each driving in a run.
Fernandez hit a solo homer, his
first hit since joining the Cubs 11
days ago, with two outs in the
second. Carmen Fanzone, another
newcomer, singled home two runs
in the fifth to tie the score.
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with a triple, then coming in on
Merv Rettenmund's single. The
third run counted on a throwing
error by Tim Cullen.
Washington tallied an unearn-
ed run in the second on an error
and a three-base hit by Toby
Harrah.
After Robinson's homer, Be-
langer poked his second triple in
the fifth and tallied on a sacrifice
fly by Boog Powell. Run-scoring
singles by Merv Rettenmund and
Dave Johnson drove in Baltimore's
final two tallies in the eighth.
* * *
Mets win
NEW YORK - Injury-plagued
left-hander Jerry Koosman lim-
ited Philadelphia to eight hits
and struck out 11 over 8 1-3 inn-
ings, then got ninth-inning relief
help from Danny Frisella as the
New York Mets defeated the Phils
4-3 last night.
The Mets reached Phils start-
er Rick Wise, 14-13, for three runs
in the second inning on two hits,
two errors, two walks and a wild
pitch. They scored their fourth
run in the fifth on singles by
Cleon Jones, Ed Kranepool and
Ken Singleton.
The Phils scored their first run
in the sixth on a sacrifice fly by
Don Money, then added another
on Deron Johnson's 31st home
run of the season, in the eighth
inning.
Koosman's 11 strikeouts were a

season high for the big left-hand- Conigliaro's two-run drive, his
er, who has been hampered by in- 11th.. came in the three-run second
juries this season. The victory inning. The Red Sox also scored
raised his record to 6-9. once in the .fifth and twice in the
The Phils knocked Koosman sixth.
out in the ninth on singles by Lolich, attempting to break his
Larry Hisale and Roger Freed, tie with Vida Blue for the Ameri-
Frisella came in from the bull- can League lead in victories, lost
pen and retired Ron Stone for for the 11th time.
the second out, but McCarver The only hits off Peters, 14-10,
singled in a run. Frisella then re- were Mickey Stanley's single to
tired Oscar Gamble on a fly ball left in the third inning, Aurelio

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Farah
Wright
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to left field to earn the save.
** *
Tigers tamed
DETROIT-Gary Peters tossed
a three-hitter last night as the
Boston Red Sox defeated the De-
troit Tigers 6-1, ruining Mickey
Lolich's bid for his 24th victory.
Rico Petrocelli, Billy Conigliaro
and Duane Josephson homered as
the Red Sox got nine hits off Lolich,
seven of them for extra bases.
Petrocelli's 23rd homer andt
BULLETIN
LOS A N G E L E S-Alabama
quarterback Terry Davis and
his battery of running backs
built up a 17-0 lead last night
in the first half and made it
stand up through a scoreless
second half in upsetting fav-
ored Southern California to
avenge an embarrassing loss
one year ago.
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Rodriguez' hit to deep short in the
sixth and Ike Brown's home run
with two out in the ninth.
* *T
Astros blast
CINCINNATI - Jack Billingham
fired a two-hitter and Cesar Ce-
deno knocked in the only run need-
ed with a first-inning double last
night as the Houston Astros edged
the Cincinnati Reds 1-0.
Billingham, 8-14, checked the
Reds until Pete Rose lined a clean
single to center with two outs in
the third inning. Johnny Bench
collected their only other hit in
the fourth.
The big Houston right-hander
struck out six as he boosted his
record to 8-14.
Roger Metzger opened the game
for the Astros with a single to
right off Jim McGlothlin, 7-12,
and, after Joe Morgan popped up,
Cesar Geronirno forced Metzger at
second before Cedeno doubled off
the left center field wall for the
decisive run.

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Ted Simmons (23) of the St. Louis Cardinals gets tagged out on
a close play at home plate by Chicago Cub catcher Frank Fer-
nandez in the eighth inning of yesterday's game at Chicago.
Simmons had tried to score from second on a single by Jose Cruz
but a perfect relay from the outfield by second sacker Paul
Popovich cut him down. The run was important as it took the
Redbirds 12 innings to win, 8-7.
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Ron Santo's 20th homer, off
starter Steve Carlton's first pitch W
in the sixth, put the Cubs. ahead
4-3 but the Cardinals came right
back to tie it in the seventh on
singles by Cruz and Bob Burda 1 T 3 O
and a pinch-hit sacrifice fly by
Ted Kubiak.
Jenkins then struck out Lou NEW YORK ()-The Cincinnati
Brock and Ted Sizemore. That Royals, who stumbled on to Nate
gave him five for the game and Williams two years ago, made the
1,433 for his career, surpassing Utah State product the No. 1
the club record of 1,432 set by choice yesterday in the National
Charley Root. Basketball Association's first hard-
* * * ship draft while Atlanta went for
Orioles fly 7-foot-2 Tom Payne of Kentucky.
BALTIMORE - Mike Cuellar Less than four hours later, the
joined teammates Dave McNally Hawks announced Ed Payne's
and Jim Palmer at the 18-victory signing, cutting off any possibility
level with a three-hitter and of a bidding battle with the Ameri-
Frank Robinson belted his 498th can Basketball Association for his
career home run, leading the Bal- services.
timore Orioles to a 7-1 victory Williams, Payne, Cyril Baptiste
over the Washington Senators last of Creighton and Phil Chenier of
night. California-all picked in the first
Cuellar boosted his record to round of the NBA's draft-were
18-8 and Baltimore's season series among 11 players named by the
advantage over Washington to 13- ABA yesterday as eligible for their
3" hardship draft next Tuesday.
Robinson now stands two away Baptiste was selected by the
from being the 11th player in ma-
jor league history to blast 500 newly-named Golden State War-
home runs. He connected for his riors and Chenier was tapped by
23rd of the season in the third Baltimore. The other player se-
inning. lected was Joe Hammond, an
The Orioles jumped out to a Eastern League product without
three-run lead against Dick Bos- college experience, taken by Los
man, 11-14, in the first inning, Angeles in the fourth round.
Mark Belanger scoring Paul Blair I Ed Owens of Weber State, the
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only other player eligible for the
NBA draft, was not selected.
Williams was selected by the
Royals after the first three clubs
in the drafting order-Cleveland,
Buffalo and Portland-all passed.
The Royals, who said they con-
sidered Payne, went for the 6-foot-
5 Williams because they felt he
could be of more immediate, help.
Williams, who averaged 19.6
points in two years at Utah State,
likely will be tried at forward by
the Royals, although he also could
play the back court.
"We were fortunate," said Cin-
cinnati General Manager Joe
Axelson, "that we stumbled on
him as a sophomore when I went
out to scout Sam Lacey. He did
everything that night but sell
tickets. Then our scouts stumbled
into him two other times scouting
other players.
"By that time we had a file
on him-and rated him better than
anybody we could get out of the
regular draft next year."
In order to select Williams, the

ular draft of college seniors, just
as did every other club making a
selection.
The Royals passed on Payne be-
cause they felt we "couldn't afford
the luxury of waiting for him-
he's two years away.''
The Hawks apparently felt they
could afford that luxury, waiting
for Payne to develop with 6-foot-11
veteran Walt Bellamy on hand
to play center.
Seattle and Houston, next in
line after Atlanta passed. Then
the Warriors took the 6-foot-9
Baptiste and the Bullets took the
6-foot-4 Chenier. Hammond was
the only other pick, NBA Com-
missioner Walter Kennedy going
through 20 rounds before termi-
nating the draft without Owens
having been selected.
In explaining Cleveland's deci-
sion to pass, Coach Bill Fitch said
he preferred to wait for the regu-
lar 1972 draft. "I don't like the
odds of six players in this draft
against 600 in next year's college
draft."
Besides those drafted by thed
NBA on the first round, they in-
clude Edward "Mickey" Davis,
Duquesne; Edward Leftwich, North
Carolina State; Michael Meade,
Hartford; Curtis Pritchett, St.
Augustine; Allen Raphael, North-
western; Anthony Reade, Merce
CC, N.J., and Jobey Wright,$
Indiana.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division

Royals had to surrender their
responding choice in the 1972

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reg-

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Join THE PROJECT COMMUNITY
(formerly U-M Tutorial Project)
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MASSMEETING
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PROGRAMS '71-'72

Name one
tgthat
hasn't gone up
since1950.
Try. Try hard.
The only thing we can think of
is what we make. The Swingline
"Tot 50" Stapler. 980 in 1950.
98 in 1971.
And it still comes with 1000 free
staples and a handy carrying
pouch. It staples, tacks and
mends. It's unconditionally
guaranteed. It's one of the
world's smallest staplers.
And it's the world's biggest
seller. Could be that's why it
hasn't gone up in price in
21 years.
If you're interested in something
a little bigger, our Cub Desk
Stapler and Cub Hand Stapler
are only $1.98. Both Tot and
Cub Staplers are available at
Stationery, Variety and College
Bookstores.
The Swingline "Tot 50"
98# in 1950. 98# in 1971.
If you can name something else
that hasn't gone up in price
since 1950, let us know. We'll
send you a free Tot Stapler with
1000 staples and a vinyl pou-ch.
Enclose 250 to cover postage
and handling.

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

Won Lost
88 51
79 64
77 64
71 72
58 85
55 87
West Division
90 52
77 66
67 76
67 76
65 75
61 81

Pct.
.634
.552
.525
.497
.404
.387
.634
.539
.468
.469
.464
.430

GB
1
19
19
32
34%
13%
231/
23Y2
24
29

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 7 Washington 1
Kansas City 6 Chicago 1
Boston 6 Detroit 1
Minnesota at Oakland, inc.
Milwaukee at California, inc.
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Cleveland
Washington at Baltimore, night
Chicago at Kansas City, night
Boston at Detroit
Minnesota attOakland
Milwaukee at California

Ann Arbor Innovative
Education Project
Ann Arbor Day Care
Project
Black Liberation School
Matrix (Resource
Center)
Mental Health Halfway
House

Project Community
Courses
Solstis Free School
Washtenaw Community
College Project
Willis Community Action
Project
Willow Run Counseling
Project

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
Won Lost Pct.

GB

HUMAN RIGHTS-
RADICAL INDEPENDENT PARTY
STATEWIDE MEETING
2 P.M. SUNDAY
Oakland Community College
(ORCHARD RIDGE)
Meet at 1 p.m. outside SAB
to attend; noon for women's caucus

Pittsburgh 87 58 .600 -
St. Louis 81 63 .599 52
Chicago 73 70 .510 13
New Yor~k 73 69 .515 12%
Montreal 62 79 .440 23
Philadelphia 59 85 .409 271!1
West Division
San Francisco 82 61 .573 -
Los Angeles 78 66 .542 4%
Atlanta 72 72 .500 102
Houston 70 74 .487 13
Cinncinati 71 75 .486 13
San Diego 54 90 .375 2812
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
St. Louis 8, Chicago 7, 12 innings
Houston 1, Cincinnati 0
New York 4, Philadelphia 3
Montreal 3, Pittsburgh 2, 11 innings
Los Angeles at San Diego, inc.
San Francisco at Atlanta, rain
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago
San Francisco at Atlanta, night
Houston at Cincinnati, night
Philadelphia at New York, night
Pittsburgh at Montreal 9
Only games scheduled
Yesterday's Results
EXHIBITION FOOTBALL
Green Bay 20, Buffalo 14
ISt. Louis 27. Cleveland 13

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