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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 27, 1970

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pittsburgh slips by New York;

BREAK WIN STREAK

clinches tie for first i

By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH - Pinch runner
John Jeter raced home on a short
sacrifice fly by Jose Pagan in the
seventh inning to give the Pitts-
burgh Pirates a 4-3 victory over
the New York Mets yesterday and
clinch a tie for the National
League East Division title.
The victory left both the Mets
and the Chicago Cubs. who lost
to .the Philadelphia Phillies, 412
games behind. The Pirates have
four games remaining. The
Cubs and the Mets have five.
With one out in the Pirates' sev-
enth, Bob Robertson singled to
center and the ball went past
Tommie Agee for a two-base er-
ror and Robertson was at third.
Manny Conguillen was safe at
first when Donn Clendenon drop-

ped a throw from Ken Boswell,
while Jeter -running for Robertson,
held at third.
Pagan batted for Richie Heb-
ner and hit a short fly to Agee,
but the speedy Jeter beat the
throw to the plate.
The Pirates had taken a 2-0
lead with runs in the second and
third innings, but the Mets tied
the score ii the fourth when start-
er Tom Seaver boomed a triple
to center with two men on base.
Hebner hit a solo home run in
the second inning and Willie
Stirgill cracked a bases-loaded
single in the third for two Pirate
runs.
The Pirates went ahead 3-2 in
the fifth on consecutive doubles
by Stargell and Robertson, but the
Mets tied the game again in the
seventh when Agee led off with a
triple and Wayne Garrett hit a
sacrifice fly to Alou.
It was a decade ago when the
Pirates last won a title and that
year, 1960, they took it all in-
cluding the World Series u n d e r
Manager Danny Iurtaugh, w h o
is the present manager.
* * *
Cubs cuffed
PHILADELPHIA - Tim Mc-
Carver drove in three runs with
a single and double yesterday as
the Philadelphia Phillies crushed

n NL East
Chicago 7-1 behind Barry Lersch's
six-hitter and pushed the Cubs
to the brink of elimination in the
National League's East Division
title race.
The loss, fifth for the Cubs in
their last six starts, dropped them
412 games behind the first-place
Pittsburgh Pirates with just five
to play.
he Phillies wasted little time
getting to 17-game winner Bill
Hands, raking the Cubs' right-
hander for eight hits and six runs
in 1% innings.
Larry Bowa, who had four of
the Phils' 14 hits, started t h e first
with a single and advanced tof
second on a single by Tony Taylor.
After Ron Stone flied out, Deron
Johnson beat out a tap in front
of the plate, loading the bases,
McCarver then ripped a single,
scoring two runs.
The Phillies continued their as-
sauit in the second. Larry Hisle
starting it with the first of his
three hits and moving to second
on a sacrifice bunt. Bowa singled,
scoring Hisle, and Taylor drove in
Bowa with his fifth hit in t w o
games, a double to right. John-
son singled in Taylor and scored
himself on McCarver's double.
** *
Tigers tamed
NEW YORK - Fritz Peterson
pitched a five-hitter and scored
the tie-breaking run on Thurman
Munson's eighth-inning single,
earning\his 19th victory of the sea-
son as the New York Yankees
edged Detroit 2-1 yesterday,
Two-out singles by Peterson,
rookie Frank Baker and Munson
in the eighth sent the Yanks to
their eighth victory in the I a s t
nine games.-
Reds romp
CINCINNATI - Bobby Tolan's
homer ignited a four-run burst in
the first inning yesterday, send-
ing the Cincinnati Reds past the
Los Angeles Dodgers 6- for their
100th victory of the season.
Left-hander Jim Merritt pick-
ed up his 22nd victory with late
relief help in a game delayed one
hour and 40 minutes by rain.
Braves bumped
ATLANTA - Denis Menke and
Doug Rader drilled successive
seventh inning h'omers, pacing the
Houston Agtros to a 5-2 victory
over Atlanthi yesterday.-
Braves left-hander G e o r g e'
Stone gave up a first inning 'in-
gle, then retired 20 straight bat-
ters before Bob Watson doubledI
with two out in the seventh. Men-
ke followed with his :13th homer,
of the season and Rader slammed
his 25th homer on the next pitch.1

Buffaloes

blast

Nittany

By The Associateo Press
BOULDER, Colo - Fired up;
Colorado ambushed Penn State's
fourth-ranked Nittany Lions yes-
terday ,41-13, in a nationally tele-
vised foobtall game and smashed
the longest major collegiate foot-
ball winning streak in the na-
tion.
Penn State came out to the
mountain country with a 23-0
game victory string ' and hadn't
been defeated in 31 games.
But the aroused Buffaloes in-
tercepted a Penn State pass on
the first play of the game and

90 seconds later went in for a
touchdown.
T h e opportunistic Buffaloes
never let up and the baffled Lions
were unable to make a contest of
it after early in the second period
when they cut the Big Eight
team's lead to 13-7.
* * *,.
Falcons fly
ST. LOUIS - Alert Air Force
rocked ninth-ranked Missouri with
a 30-point first half and pulled
away from a brief sepond half
Tiger surge to record a 37-14 in-

tersectional college football up-
set yesterday.
The Falcons, spearheaded by
the passing of senior Bob Parkerj
and the receiving of Ernie Jen-
nin'gs, riddled a porous Missouri'
defense for 280 yards in taking a
30-0 lead at halftime.
Parker pitched touchdown pass-
es of 44 and 67 yards to the fleet.
Jennings in the first half and set
up a third Air Force score with his
aerials.
Tailback Brian Bream reeled
off a 59-yard run to power an-
other scoring sortie and bolted
into the end zone three times on
1-yard runs.
Quarterback Mike Farmer, a
rangy junior, led Missouri's brief
comeback in the third quarter,
dashing 12 yards and one yard to
score.
West Virginia wins
MORGANTOWN, W. Va.-West
Virginia's exposive Mountaineers
unleased the nation's most power-
ful offense here yesterday and
marched to a 47-10 triumph over
outmanned VMI.
The 16th-ranked Mountaineers
scored 27 points. in the game's
first eight minutes, using only 9
plays against the dazed Keydets
who have won only once in the,
last 13 games.
Substituting freely while coast-
ing to its third straight win of the
season, West Virginia amassed 554
yards total offense, below the
Mountaineers' national-1e a d i n{ g
631.5 ,average.
* * * -
Terps tromped
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Un-
beaten North Carolina recovered
from the shock of an early Mary-
land touchdown and trampled the
outclassed Terps 53-20 yesterday
in an Atlantic Coast Conference
football mismatch.
Mistake-prone Maryland, 0-3,
jumped ahead 6-0 in the first 22
minutes after Al Thomas ran 57
yards on the first play from scrim-
mage and later scored from the
one.
Three Terp fumbles in the first
period led to North Carolina
touchdowns by Lewis Jolley- and

McCauley and the field goal by
Craven, who scored nine points
with his kicking.
* * *
Clemson clawed
ATENS, Ga. - Sophomore
quarterback James Ray's passing
and a strong running attack led
by fullback Robert Honeycutt
overwhelmed Clemson yesterday
as Georgia; snapped a six-game
streak without a victory and
downed the Tigers 38-0.
* * *
Rutgers ripped
PRINCETON -- Rod Plummer,t
starting lis first game at quarter-
back, threw for two touchdownsy
within 25 seconds in the second
quarter to lead Princeton to a
41-14 victory over arch rival Rut-'
gets yesterday..
Plummer, a 6-1, 195-pound
junior who was a defensive half-
back last seaon, completed a
five-yard pass to Hank Bjorklund
with 5:52 left in the half to over-
come a 7-6 Rutgers lead.
He connected with Brian Mc-
Cullough on a 30-yard pass for
another Princeton score just 25;
seconds later, after Tiger Captain
Dennis Burns intercepted the ball.
* * *
Orangemen of fed
SYRACUSE - The Kansas Jay-
hawks took advantage of Syra-
cuse mistakes yesterday and sent
running back John Riggins into
the end zone three:times on short
bursts as they ran up a 31-14
football victory at Archbold Stad-
ium.
It was the fourth loss in a row
for Ben Schwartzwalder's Orange-
men,'the first time in the coach's
long career at Syracuse University
that he has suffered that m a n y
defeats 'without a victory. Syra-
cuse lost to Houston last week and
was defeated by West Virginia
and Boston College at the close of
the 1969 season.
* * *
Army anihilated
LINCOLN, Neb.. - Sophomore
Johnny Rodgers -ignited a sput-
tering Nebraska offense yesterday
and sparked the eighth-ranked

Los
Cornhuskers to a 28-0 football
shutout of Army.
The swivel-hipped h a 1 f b a c k
caught scoring passes of 43 and
26 yards, and brought a Memorial
Stadium crowd of-66,928 to its feet
with a darting 38 yard punt re-
turn which set up another Ne-
braska TD.
* * *
Screaming yellow zonks
ATLANTA - Tailback Brent
Cunningham scored two touch-
downs on pass receptions and ran
in a third yesterday as the Georgia
Tech Yellow Jackets downed Mi-
ami 31-21 in a football battle of
major Southern independents.
Te c h sophomore quarterback ;
Eddie McAshan rifled touchdown
tosses of 16 and 18 yards to Cun-
ningham and 28 yards to senior
tightend Steve Foster.
* * *
ANNAPOLIS - Halfback Fred
Willis ripped through Navy's ioph-
omore-laden defense for t w o
touchdowns on the ground and
caught a pass for a third to lead
unbeaten Boston College to a 28-
14 victory yesterday over the Mid-
shipmen.
The young N a v y defensive
squad, which includes seven so-
phomore starters, bottled up the
Eagles most of the first half but
couldn't cope with the power run-
ning of the 208-pound Willis.
* * *
Gators stymied
TUSCALOOSA, Ala.- Alabama
overpowered 13th 'ranked Florida
in the fourth quarter to take a
46-15 Southeastern Conference
football victory yesterday.
Florida's vaunted offense never
got off the ground, as Alabama's
defense jelled in the second half ,
to completely whip the Gators.
* * *
Tigers tear Vols
BIRMINGHAM - A fired up
defense and Pat Sullivan's passing
brought Auburn from a 10-0 defi-
cit to a 36-27 football victory over
Tennessee yesterday in the South-
eastern Conference opener for
both squads.

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