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Sunday, September 6; 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Sunday, Sepiember 6, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Bucs

take

two

from

Phils;

Mets

win

QUARRY OR BONAVENA

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Clay's ring return
planned in Atlanta,

By The Associated Press
The Pittsburgh Pirates clung to
their narrow lead in the close
National League East baseball
scramble with the help of the,
New York Mets yesterday.
The Pirates beat Philadelphia;
twice, 4-3 and 6-4, after the Mets
had defeated the Chicago Cubs
5-3.
The first Pittsburgh victory over
the Phillies was the completion of
Friday night's game that had been
suspended_ after six innings be-
cause of technical difficulties with
an -automatic tarpaulin. They fol-
lowed by tripping the Phils again
in the regularly scheduled game.
As a result the Pirates now lead
the Cubs by 11% games with a
record of 73-64. The Cubs, with
72-66, are half a game ahead of:
the Mets who are two games back
of the Pirates at 71-66.

daily
sports,
NIGHT EDITOR:
RICK CORNFELD
The Pirates held a 4-1 lead
when Friday's game was suspend-
ed and they hung on despite Tim
McCarver's two-run homer. Three
runs in the fifth, featured by
Willie Stargell's RBI triple, put
the Bucs ahead for good in the
regular tilt.,
The Phillies drew first blood
when Denny Doyle doubled in the
first inning, driving in Larry
Bowa, who had singled.

The Pirates went ahead in the
third when Al Oliver' rapped a
run-scoring double followed by an
RBI-single by Willie Stargell.
But Philadelphia came back and
tied it up in the fourth on a triple
by Don Money, scoring Tim Mc-
Carver.
In the fourth, Manny Sanguil-
len singled, moved up on an in-
field out and scored on Bill Ma-
zeroski's single.
Jerry Grote's two-run double in
the ninth gave the Mets a four-
run lead and enabled them to
stave off the Cubs' rally in their
half of the ninth. It took Tug
McGraw's relief pitching to pull
the Mets through.
In winning for the fourth
straight time to run his record
to 10-6, Koosman retired Santo
and Pepitone after Hickman tri-
pled home Chicago's first run in
the sixth and got Hickman and
Santo i nthe eighth after Glenn
Beckert reached third.
Jim French's 14th inning single
scored Aurelio Rodriguez with the
winning run as the Washington
Senators edged the Detroit Tigers
3-2.
Rodriguez -opened the 14th, with
a single and stole second. He
moved up on an infield out and
then trotted home on French's
hit.
The Senators had rallied with
two runs in the seventh to tie the
game against Mike Kilkenny, who
had them. shut out on three hits
over the first six innings.
Cincinnati beat San Diego 6-2,
Oakland tripped Kansas City 8-3,.
the New York Yankees overcame
C le v e 1 a n d 3-1 and Baltimore GLENN
shaded Boston 3-2 in other games. base on
The Orioles beat the Red Sox baseman
on Dave Johnson's eighth inning stop, rel
homer. Bobby Murcer's homer in the fi
helped the Yankees down the In-
dians. Reggie Jackson's grand
slam homer in the eighth paced
the A's to their fifth in a row
against the Royals. Rookie Milt
Wilcox, starting his first major
league game, still got credit for
the Reds' victory although relieved
in the fifth.
Bob Tillman's pair of home runs Baltimore
accounted for four runs in At- Dewrork
lanta's 5-2 rain-plagued victor Boston
over San Francisco in the first Cleveland
game of a twi-night doubleheader. washingto
In other National League games, Minesota
Jim Wynn's two-run homer led Cinfornia
Houston over Los Angeles 7-2 and Oakland
Bob Bailey drove in two runs to Kansas Ci
lead Montreal to a 6-0 victory Milwauke
over St. Louis.

ATLANTA (P - Former world
heavyweight champion Cassius
Clay will return to the ring in
earnest Oct. 26, meeting either No.
1 contender Jerry Quarry of Bell-
flower, Calif., or second-ranking
challenger Oscar Bonavena of Ar-
gentina in Atlanta, promoters say.
State Sen. Leroy Johnson of At-
lanta, head of House of Sports,
Inc., and the-man instrumental in
arranging Clay's first bouts in
more than three years, said Fri-
day that negotiations for t h e
fight "are about 90 per cent com-
pleted and we hope to sign a
contract no later 'than Thursday
of next week.
"It will either be Quarry or
Bonavena," Johnson said. "My
personal choice is Quarry."
Johnson and the Atlanta sports

group had been attempting to ar-
range a title fight between Clay,
or Muhammhad Ali as he prefers
to be called, and world champion
Joe Frazier on Oct. 26. However,
Johnson said the Clay-Frazier
clash had been delayed because of
prior commitments by Frazier's
manager, Yank, Durham.
"Durham had gone ahead and
signed a contract to ifight B o b
Foster," Johnson said.
He added, however, that the At-
lanta sports group does have a
firm commitment from Durham
for Frazier to meet Clay after the
Foster fight.
"It, will be a title bout,' - and
it .will be in Atlaeta," Johnson
said. "We have assurance on that."
The Frazier. camp has denied
that such a fight is in the making.

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BECKERT, left, of the Chicago Cubs, is forced at second 1i
Billy Williams' ground ball to New York Mets' second
Wayne Garrett. Bud Harrelson, right, the Mets' short-
ays the ball too late for the double play. The action came
irst inning of yesterday's game, which the Mets went on
-3.
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Major League Standings

-Associated Press

MERICAN LEAGUE

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Associated Press
Cheering on her teammates
Patty-Poo Palinkas, suspended member of the Orlando Panthers
of the. Atlantic Coast Professional Football League, watches from
the side-lines as her team plays Norfolk last night. Pat was
suspended for missing, practice. Notice her face filled with the
determination that enabled her to win a position on the team
over her husband.
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East
W L
90 49
79 60
72 _67
70 68
66 73
65 72
West
79 55a
76 60
74 62
52 84
52 85
49 90

Pct. GB
.649 -
.569 11
.522 171/2
.511 19/
.474 24
.475 24
.590 -
,559 4
.544 6
.382 28
.380 281'
.353 32%

Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Montreal
Cincinnati
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Atlanta
Houston
San Diego

East
W L
73 64
72 66
71 66
65 73
63 71
60 76
West
89 51
74 62
70 67
68 69
65 72
53 84

Pct.
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.522
.518
.470
.461
.441
.637
.546
.515
.497
.478
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Scores
Pro football

Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 3, Boston 2
New York 3, Cleveland I
Washington 3, Detroit 2
Kansas City at Oakland, Inc.
Minnesota at California, inc.
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
Kansas City at Oakland
Minnesota at California
Chicago at Milwaukee, 2
Detroit at Washington
Cleveland at New York
Baltimore at Boston

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Special To The Daily
WINDSOR, Ont.-The Michigan
Ruggers failed to reach the semi-
finals- of the Windsor Interna-
tional Invitational yesterday by
the narrowest of margins. In
Michigan's 4-team division the
top three teams finished with
identical 2-1 records.
The tournament directors used
a complicated system to eliminate'
one . of the teams. Based on the
percentage of points scored over
the other two opponents, Palmer
College finished with a 16.40 per-
cent victory average while Bran-
ford, Ontario had 16.24 in edging
Michigan who were tallied at
16.20.
The University of Chicago, also
In the division, lost all three en-;
counters.
Michigan's first game yesterday
was a spirited 14-8 defeat at the
hands of Palmer College. Palmer
scored early due to poor tackling
by the Michigan defense.
The try was not converted and
Palmer led 3-0. Michigan knotted
the score moments later as Ross
Vickers split the uprights with a
35-yard penalty kick.
Palmer then hit on two penalty
kicks giving them a 9-3 advant-
age at half time. Coach Dr. John
Robson said, "Palmer is a very
polished team, and they forced us
to play their game in the early?
minutes."
The Wolverines came back in-
spired in the second half and
swarned all over Palmer. Roger
Schmidt showed some great open
field running as he scampered 30
yards to cut Palmer's margin to
9-6.#

Vickers converted to pull Mich-
igan within one. Michigan con-!
tinued its vicious onslaught over
demoralized Palmer but could not
push the ball across.
Palmer ended the game on a
breakaway from 75 yards which
was converted, giving them the
14-8 win. "We finally played our
type of game in the second half
but bad breaks kept us from going
over," Robson said.
In the game against Branford,
Michigan came from a 6-0 deficit
to win going away 8-6. Roger
Schmidt scored his second and
third tries in that one. Branford's
squad was a huge one that fea-
tured powerful running. Michigan
came out on top on the basis of
strong orthodox rugby.
Schmidt's second score was on
a play where seven or eight Wol-
verine ruggers handled the ball.
Robson was amazed. "It just
wasn't true."
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Baltimore 20, Detroit 14
Washington 26, Miami 22
San Diego 38, St. Louis 27
New York Giants 27, Philadelphia 7
New York Jets 24, New Orleans 14
Kansas City 10, Dallas 0
Cincinnati 10, Green Bay 10, tie
Minnesota 24, Cleveland 21

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