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Thursday, April 1.5, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Yanks mellow Tigers;
Brewers blatz Chisox

Racketmen bowl over Kazoo U.;
Ross, Ravreby win in squeakers

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Felipe Alou, mak-
ing his debut with New York,
drilled a fourth-inning home run
yesterday that touched off a four-
run uprising and started the Yan-
kees to an 8-4 victory over the
Detroit Tigers.
Alou was acquired last Friday
W from Oakland but was given per-
mission to report Wednesday. His
leadoff homer sailed just inside the
left field foul pole and the Yankees
added three more runs off starter
Mickey Lolich, 1-2, before the inn-
ing was over.
With one out, Roy White singled
and Danny Cater doubled. White
scored the go-ahead run on John
Ellis' sacrifice fly and, after a
walk to Bobby Murcer, singles by
Gene Michael and winning pitcher
Fritz Peterson each drove in a
run.
* * *
Sox brewed
CHICAGO - Jim Slaton, Marce-
lino Lopez and Ken Sanders com-
bined for a four-hit shutout, pitch-
ing the Milwaukee Brewers to a
2-0 victory over the Chicago White
Sox yesterday. Tommy Harper and
Ted Savage singled in the game's
only runs.
It was the fifth successive defeat
for the White Sox, who were hand-
cuffed by Slaton on three singles
before the 20-year-old right-hander,
making his major league debut,
left for a pinch-hitter in the
seventh.
Milwaukee's score came on Rick
Auerbach's first major league hit,
a one-out single in the seventh, fol-
lowed by a walk to pinch-hitter
Danny Walton and Harper's single.
* * * .
Giants triumph
SAN FRANCISCO - Tito Fuen-
tes' two-out single to center in the
11th inning drove home Frank
Johnson with the winning run as
the San Francisco Giants topped
Houston 2-1 yesterday for their
third straight victory.
A Dick Dietz opened the inning
against reliever George Culver, 2-1,
with a single. After a strikeout,
Johnson forced Dietz but took sec-,
ond en shortstop R- ger Metzger's
throwing error.
After Alan Gallagher was in-!
tentionally walked, Fuentes jump-
ed on Culver's 2-2 hitch and John-
son beat Cesar Cedeno's throw
home.
Bobby Bcnds pounced on Houston
styre Tnm Griffin's second pitch
rf te e,.'me, dhillng his secon
home run of the season 365 feet
to left to put-the Giants ahead 1-0.,
But San Francisco rookie right-
1'nr'er Steve Sf'rie. who hsted a'
siy'r seven innings befor' being
blif e , f Y a -inch hitter, r'st the
lead in the fifth when Bob Watson:
crashed a two-out homer, his see-
end. ever the left field screen.
* * *
Bird's scalp;
CLTVFLAND _ - B icg Prwell's
t- -un home , "nd M ke r'uellar's
f ur-hit 'ching Car.ed the Balti-

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sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM EPSTEIN
more Orioles to a 3-0 victory over
the Cleveland Indians yesterday.
Powell's homer, his second, came
with two out in the third and also
scored Merv Rettenmund, who was
walked by Cleveland starter Sam
McDowell.
Paul Blair boosted the lead to 3-0
in the sixth with a ground rule
double that scored Frank Robin-
son. Robinson had singled , and
taken second on a wild pitch.
* * *
A's ace
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Reggie Jackson hit two tremendous
home runs and pitcher Diego Segui
smacked a three-run shot as the
Oakland A's belted the Minnesota
Twins 6-1 yesterday.
Jackson, batting .156 going into
the game, ignited a five-run A's
sixth with a 422-foot home run into
the bullpen in right field.
Sal Bando doubled and Dave
Duncan produced a run-scoring
single. Then Dick Green walked
and Segui swatted a 373-foot homer
to left against Tom Hall, 0-1, from
the mound.
* * *
Pirates purged
PHILADELPHIA - Denny Doyle
ripped a two-run single with the
bases loaded in, the last of the
eighth inning, lifting the Philadel-
phia Phillies to a 6-5 victory over
the Pittsburgh Pirates last night.
Doyle's single off reliever Dave
Giusti scored Willie Montanez and
pinch-runner Larry Hisle with the
winning runs to cap a Phillies'
comeback.
Montanez and Deron Johnson
singled to open the eighth. The

fourth, his third in two nights and
his fifth of the year.
Both came off Tony Cloningcr,
1-0. It was the 38th time Aaron
had belted two homers in a game.
The Reds broke a 2-2 tie in the
third, opening with consecutive
singles by Tony Perez and Johnny
Bench. Willie Smith tapped a
grounder to the mound, which Phil
Niekro, 0-1, fielded and threw into
center field for an error, allowing
Perez to score.
* * *
WASHINGTON - Tim Cullen
drove in the tying and winning runs
with a single off Bill Lee as the
Washington Senators scored six
runs in the seventh inning to de-
feat the Boston Red Sox 6-5 last
night.
Mike Nagy was working on a
two-hitter and had a 5-0 lead when
he walked Mike Epstein leading off
the seventh. Joe Foy, Frank Ho-
ward and Richie Scheinblum fol-
lowed with singles, bringing in re-
lief pitcher Bob Bolin.
Bolin missed the bag on a flip
from George Scott on Jim French's
grounder, loading the bases. Bolin
then walked pinchhitters Tom Mc-
Craw and Elliott Maddox without
throwing a strike, forcing in two
runs. After pinch-hitter Dick Bill-
ings forced French at home, Cullen,
who had hit into two double plays,
singled home two runs.
Royals crowned
KANSAS CITY - Pinch-hitter
Tony Gonzalez knocked in three
runs with a two-out, bases-loaded
double in California's four-run
seventh inning that carried the
Angels to a 4-1 victory over Kansas
City last night.
PACERS PRANCE:

By RANDY PHILLIPS
Kalamazoo's netters arrived in
Ann Arbor yesterday ready to do
battle with the Michigan tennis
squad. They were equipped with
a dedicated following and intense
determination to upset the Wol-
verines. But the hustling Michigan
squad firmly trounced Kalamazoo,
9-0. Kalamazoo quickly gained the
initiative as first seeded John
Brummet decisioned Michigan's
Joel Ross in the first set, 6-4, and
number three singles player, Tom
Thompson grabbed the first set
lead, also at 6-4.
Ross and Brummet held service
through the first eight games of the
opening set, but it was apparent
that Ross was having troubles. The
Kalamazoo netter was able to hold
service easily, but Ross' services
ran into several deuce games.
One reason for the difference was
that Ross was having difficulty get-
ting his first serve in. Also, Brum-
met used a two-handed backhand
which hides where the shot is going
to go. The opening set clincher
came when Brummet broke Ross'
serve in the ninth game and then
held service to take the set.
Ross rebounded in the second
set for a decisive 6-1 victory as his
serve improved. The two top seeds
broke each othe''s service to open
the set, but Ross then took charge
to win going away. The third set
began as the first, and the score
was even at two-all when Ross
gained control of the match by
breaking Brummet's serve. Ross
took the fifth game on two good
passing shots. The Wolverine net-
ter moved better and was able to
keep Brummet out of position more
in the decisive set. The final tally
was 6-4.
Dick Ravreby also had trouble
with his Kalamazoo foe;' he drop-
ped the first set in his match 6-4
but came back strong to knock off
Thompson 4-6, 6.4, 6-2. Ravreby
was making the mistakes early in
the match and this seemed to up-
set him. But both players were
coming up to the net well and there
were some good volleys through-
out the match.
The second set began with
Thompson starting where he left
off in the opening set. The Kala-

mazoo netter broke Ravreby's
service to pull out to a 4-2 lead,
but Ravreby roared back to break
Thompson's service three straight
times. Ravreby's serve grew no-
ticeably stronger as this second
set wore on. The Wolverine racket-
man was in complete control of the
final set to clinch the match.
In the second singles slot Tim Ott
made easy work of Rick Watson.
Ott, who has been extremely im-
pressive lately, let Watson make
all the mistakes, and Watson
obliged for a 6-2, 6-1 drubbing.
Ramone Almonte,dMichigans
captain, was extended to three
sets by Willard Washburn, before
pulling out a 6-4, 5-7, 6-1 win.
Kevin Senich, at fifth singles,
made fast work of Gary Gudelsky
winning 6-3, 6-0. Although Senich
called the match "pretty close" the
outcome was never in doubt.
Senich also remarked, "I played
about the best I've played this
year."
Michigan's depth continued to
show through as sixth -seed Mike

Ware convincingly trounced Kirk
Beattie to sweep the singles
matches for the Wolverines,
In Doubles, Michigan quickly
disposed of all the Kalamazoo
teams to complete the 9-0 romp.
Ross and Ravreby teamed up to
down Brummet and Watson, 6-4,
6-1. Watt and Ott breezed past
Washburn and Gudelsky 6-4, 6-1.
Almonte and Senich capped off the
straight set doubles sweep with a
6-2, 7-5 win over Tom and Steve
Thomson,
Wolverine coach Brian' Eisner
was pleased with his squad's per-
formance. "We're starting to play
really well in winning the close
matches. In each match we're
starting to play a little better."
When asked if he was at all wor-
ried when Ross had lost the first
set, Eisner replied, "Not really,
especially in Joel's case; he does
that occasionally, but he has the
ability to come back."
The Wolverine's home schedule
continues tomorrow and Saturday
with conference matches against
Wisconsin and Northwestern.

FRIDAY NOON LUNCHEON
BUFFET 35c
"ABORTION IN MICHIGAN"
HELEN HUNTER, Population Control
GUILD HOUSE-802 Monroe

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-Associated Press
THE UNPREDICTABLE wind currents of the "House that Ruth
built" play havoc with a towering pop fly hit by Tiger right fielder,
Al Kaline. Horace Clarke, in the foreground, futilely tries to catch
the ball, but it falls for a double. However, the Yanks won, 8-4.

Bullets trounce Knicks

runners with Hisle subbing for By The Associated Press minutes of the game and finished
Johnson, moved up a base on a BALTIMORE - The Baltimore with 14 points.
wild pitch. Bullets routed New York for the Meanwhile, Baltimore center'
Tim McCarver was then walked second consecutive game at home Was Unseld had 12 points and 16
purposely preceding Doyle's game- beating the Knicks 101-80 last rebounds and John Tresvant, a
winner, night to deadlock their National substitute for injured Gus John-
A. ninth-inning rally by Pitts- Basketball Association Eastern son, snared 17 rebounds.
burgh fell short as Dick Selma shut Conference finals at two games Led by Dick Barnett and Dave
the door with men on first and sec- apiece. De Busschere, the Knicks cut a
n an ne out. The Bullets who droppd t h e 13-point Baltimore advantage to
* TheBullts, wo drpped he !69-63 near the end of the th ir d
first two games of the. bEst-of-sev-
Reds reap en s ries in New York. led 22-19 qu°rter but Marin, Monroe and
Aat the end of the first quarter and Carter increased the lead to 76-
ATLANTA - A throwing rror remained in front throughout as 65 asethe fourth period began.
and Hal McRae 's two-run double ITeBles h o y2
tv nered a .u-v oubrt nt- they controlled the boards. Th Bles. who won by 2
Sa -our-run outburst in the toihts in last Sunday's national-
t "- inning last night as the Cin- Forward Jack Marin led t h e ly televised third game, ran off
Ginn-ati Reds completed a three- Bullets with 27 points while con- a nine-point string late in the
game series sweep over the Atianta tributing 15 rebounds, an unus- gFnmr to seal the runaway.
Braves 8-3 despite two home runs ually high number for him, while Walt Frazier led New York with
by Hank Aaron. guard Earl Monroe added 25 16 noins and Barnet tied Reed
Aaron, now only three home runs points and backcourt running mate with 14.
away from the 600-career mark, Fred Carter had 23. The fifth game of the series
smacked a two-run blow over the Center Willis Reed of the will be played Friday night in New
left field fence in the first inniug.j Knicks, who reinjured his right York with game No. 6 in Balti-G
then lashed a solo blast mta the shoulder in the first quarter, was more Sunday afternoon.
left field seats leading off the on thp be zch for the final 17 *

1 up a 10-point lead in the t h i r d
period before the Stars cut the
margin to 4. But Keller, who fin-
ished with 31 points to lead all
scorers, then hit back-to-back
three-points goals to put the game
out of reach.
Indiana led by as many as 14
points in the final quarter. Utah
made a late charge but the Pacers
maintained their sizeable lead and
control of the game.
Indiana's Roger Brown was
right behind Keller with 30 points
and teammate Mel Daniels, t h e
ABA's Most Valuable Player,
pumped in 19 points and grabbed
20 rebounds before fouling out
with a minute to go.
Merv Jackson, who scored 28
points Monday as Utah won 120-
118; again was the top gunner for
the Stars with 27 points. Zelmo
Beaty added 21 for Utah.

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DE AN, JO HNSON STAR:
Stickmen top Irish to uoke title

By CHUCK BLOOM
The Michigan Lacrosse Club yes-

Thgroughly dominating the first the second half and this seemed to
period, Michigan held a 3-0 lead catch Michigan cff guard. Ed Ho-

Pfcors win
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana's
Billy Keller dropped in six 3-point
field goals last night as the Pac-I
er's beat the Utah Stars 120-1071
and ti'd the American Basketball
Astoc'ation West Division playoff
series at 1-1.
Utah led most of the first half,'
until a late surge put Indiana on
top 58-57 at halftime. Utah nev-
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Lacrosse champiVnship with a 7-4. They scored twice within the
victory over previously unbeaten first three minutes on goals by<
Notre Dame. Led by the goal tend- Sandy Ervin and Roger Mills. ThenI
ing of Jay Johnson and some good as Michigan coach Bob Kaman1
defense, Michigan took an early said they have done often this
lead and then held off the Irish to year, "we sat ba'ck on our lead.",
win. Notre Dame finally scored at thet
The Wolverines drew first blood 8:03 mark but it wat neutralized
on a goal by co-captain Dick Dean by a goal by Tim "Chico" Rogerst
and then followed up with goals by late in the half.
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?- Professional League Standings

AMERICANsLEAGUE
East

NATIbNAL LEAGUE

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

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.444
.429
.286
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.556
.500
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Pittsburgh 5
New York 3
St. Louis 3
Philadelphia 3
Montreal 2
Chicago 3
West
San Francisco 6
Houston 6
Atlanta 4
San Diego 3
Cincinnati 3
Los Angeles 3
Results

ban, cf Notre Dame, scored at the'
0:30 mark and after Dick Hoban'
countered for Michigan, Hoban
again scored with less than fivea
minutes gone in the second half.
But just as Notre Dame was go-
ing good, Hoban hurt his knee and
this seemed to take the wind out
of the Irish attack. They scored
with 1:09 left but by that time the
game was out of reach.
Michigan had 14 saves to Notre
Dame's 15, eleven of those in the
secon dhalf. The overflow crowd
of 75 at FerryhField enjoyed this
spirited contest despite the chilly
weather.
The Lacrosse Club's final game
will be against Ohio State for the
unofficial Big Ten title on Satur-
day at 3 p.m. at Ferry Field.
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2
4
4
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.625
.600
.429
.429
.400
.375
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.600
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.429
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Resuits
Baltimore 3, Cleveland 0
Washington 6, Boston 5
New York 8, Detroit 4
4 California 4, Kansas City 1
Oakland 6, Minnesota 1
Milwaukee 2, Chicago 0

Chicago at San Diego, postponed
New York at Montreal, postponed
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 5
St. Louis at Los Angeles, inc.
Cincinnati 8, Atlanta 3
San Francisco 2, Houston 1

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