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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 8, 1974

By ROGER ROSSITER
Tailback won't be a problem
for the 1974 Michigan Wolver-
ines, at least if yesterday's
scrimmage is any indication.
Gordon Bell, Bo Schembechler's
number one tail man, found
paydirt twice in the regular's
26-10 victory over the reserves
in Michigan Stadium, and his

team
backups Rob Lytle and fresh-
man Joe Holland each turned
in strong performances. Holland
also scored on a 13-yard scamp-
er.
What the scrimmage really
proved is open to debate.
Schembechler didn't seem all
that enthused with the day's
events. "I didn't see anything

shapE
particularly impressive," he
said in summarizing the scrim-
mage.
"They're definitely not fresh,
and that may have a lot to do
with it."
Competition remains open
for a number of starting spots,
notably fullback, defensive
right tackle, the defensive
ends, middle guard, and wide
side halfback.
Middle guard Tim Davis and
fullback Chuck Heater have yet
to return to practice, and wheth-
er or not they . heal quickly
enough will determine if each
starts.
Soph Jerry Vogele and froshj
Scott Corbin appear the heirs
apparent at fullback, while Rick
Koschalk has been handling the
middle guard duties.
Dan Jilek, Larry Banks and
Larry Johnson are all vying for
the defensive end positions.
Come Saturday one will be rid-
ing the bench.
With defensive tackle Bill Ho-
ban now ruled out for the open-
er the right tackle spot belongs
to eitheryGregtMorton or John
Hennessey. Both have looked
good.
Defensive back Tom Drake,
of whom Schembechler once
said, "He's the best at the1
position I've ever coached,"
injured his left shoulder in
yesterday's scrimmage. Drake
had been the odds on choice
at wide side halfback, but
now converted tailback Harry
Banks may get the job.
Sophomore .im Smith will get
the starting call at split "end
ahead of last year's starter
Keith Johnson. Schembechler
said that decision was made
"primarily because I intend to
use Johnson at a number of
positions, including as a backup
to Chapman at wingback."
Bo always likes to ready per-
sonnel two-deep at every po-
sition, but he admits right now
he's not all that sure who some
of the backups will be.
"We're still looking for re-
serves at tight end, fullback and
at linebacker," he said.
Schembechler did decide
that left guard would be his
shuttle position for bringing
in plays. Jim Armour and Kirk+
Lewis will be the men saddled

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with that responsibility.
Th Wolverines elected their
captains for the 1974 season, and
to no one's surprise they are the '
temsoffensive and defensive
sparkplugs, Dennis;r Frnki and
Dave Brown. Both are threed
ya stresand all-America .
hopefuls.
Freshman John Anderson gain- ,1
ed official recognition as Michi -
gan's regular punter with Kurt,. .....:...:,....:. .x -: . .t::'<.
amedesignated as his re,?Y
serve. :t::::: }"
The Wolverines will go into
regular game week workouts r
starting with a sweatsuit run- XX...i si:ii:?K: ::.. ::::::."
ning workout Monday, two4dys,.{.
of heavy hitting..Tuesday and
Wednesday, and then progres- -S.
sively lighter action on Thurs- ''.iY::'::>':ii-
day and Friday. The Iowa Hawk- r
eyes come to town Saturday, and
agrees that they will pose no
threat to the Wolverines' bid for Daily Photo by STEVE KAGAN
their fourth consecutive Big Ten BUCKEYE QUARTERBACK Cornelius Greene w ill get nowher e on this play, since Dave Brown (6) and Walt Williamson (91)
championship. are closing in on him. Two season of stellar play at safety has netted Brown a co-captainship on' this year's Wolverine team.
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Captains Franklin and Brown

Yanks manage split
on Gura whitewash

From Wire Service Reports
NEW YORK - Graig Nettles
slammed a home run in the
second inning and preserved
Larry Gura's five-hit shutout
with a brilliant fielding play in
the fifth as the New York
Yankees edged the Detroit Ti-
gers 1-0 to split yesterday's
doubleheader and hold onto first
place in the American League
East.
The Tigers took the opener
8-3 behind the five-hit pitching
of Luke Walker and John Hiller.
The split left the first-place
Yankees one game in front of
Baltimore and Boston.
Leon Roberts, former Mich-
igan player, drove in the tie-
breaking run in the opener
with his first major league
hit and Aurelio Rodriguez and
Gary Sutherland added two-
run singles as the Tigers
scored five times in the
fourth inning for a 6-1 lead.
Nettles, who hit a two-run
homer in the first game, wal-
loped his 17th home run of the
season with two out in the sec-
ond inning of the nightcap off
Woodie Fryman, 5-8. It was only
his sixth homer since he tied
a major league record of hitting
11 in the month of April.
In his second at bat, Net-
tles was on first base with
another safety, or so it seem-
ed. Michigan graduate Bill
Freehan employed his edca-
tion when he discovered Net-
ties had been using an illegal
bat.
Nottl s nsimmnedintelv sig-
naled out. The Tigers then rais-
ed the auestion of whether or
not the home run should count.
It turned out to be the game
winning run, so the League
office should announce its de-
cision very soon.
Marvin Lane doubled with one
ot in the Detroit fifth for the
on1v extra-base hit off Gira,
2-0. Third baseman Nettles then
made a diving stab of Ed Brink-
rpan's smash and threw him cut
and f i e I d e d Ron LeFlore's
trirkv honner deen behind the
bag and retired the sneedy cen-
ter fielder.
The second-came tr iN m n h
was the Yankees' 18th in their
last 23 Fames.
In the onener, loser Rudy
Mov. 6-3, held the Tigers to
one hit and an unearned run
o ,r the first three innings
while striking ot five, but
had his nersonal five-game
w1n"inu streak snanned when
the Tigers erupted' i the
fourth on four singles and
three walks.
Al K'iine drew a leadoff walk
a"d Bill Freehan singled. After
tPesaie Sanders flied out, Rob-
erts slapped a single up the

middle for the go-ahead run. '
A walk to Marvin Lane loaded
the bases and Rodriguez slam-
med a single to left for a 4-1
lead. May walked Brinkman to
reload the bases and was re-
placed by Mike Wallace. After
LeFlore fanned, Sutherland sin-
gled tocenter for the other two
runs. Freehan hit his 12th home
run in the seventh for Derroit's
final run.
Luke Walker, 5-3, making
his seventh start of the season
and first since Aug. 5, allowed
five hits before giving way to
John Hiller with two on and
two out in the sixth. Hiller,
who has won 16 games, re-
tired pinch hitter Walt Wil-
liams on a grounder and went
on to earn his 11th save.

By The Associated Press a one-out walk to Pete Rose
CINCINNATI - Joe Morgan's and then served Morgan's home
two-run homer in the eighth run, his 20th of the baseball
inning spoiled Mike Marshall's season.
record-tying 92nd relief appear-
ance and gave the Cincinnati THE DODGERS took a 5-0
Reds a 7-5 victory over the Los lead after two innings, scoring
Angeles Dodgers yesterday. four times in the second. Bill
THE REDS' victory cut the Buckner's two-run homer routed
Dodgers' lead in the National Cincinnati starter Clay Kirby,1
League West to 2 games. who was victimized by two hits,
Marshall, 13-11, tying his own two walks and two wild pitches.I
relief appearance record set The Reds charged back on
last year with the Montreal Ex- D a v e Concepcion's three - run'
pos, came into the game in the homer in the third and nar-
psxth can ino thege in sther rowed it to 5-4 in the fifth on
sixth inning in relief of starter Bench's 28th homer, a solo shot.
Andy Messersmith and pitched
out of trouble.
But in the eighth, he gave up CINCINNATI drove Messer-
smith from the mound after
Bench's homer, tying it at 5-5
on Concepcion's run-scoring sin-
1b '1'1 gle after a walk to Dan Driessen
' and single by Cesar Geronimo.,

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Cards edge bases, Ron Hunt hit a shot that fourth when Ted Sizemore drew
forced Simmons at the plate. a leadoff walk and scored two
ST. LOUIS - Lou Brock's But then Brock laced a hard outs later on Simmons' double.
bases-loaded single in the ninth grounder up the middle, beyond
inning brough thome Ken Reitz the outstretched glove of Mets ST. L O U I S. threatened to
with the winning run, giving the shortstop Bud Harrelson. move ahead in the sixth on a
St. Louis Cardinals a 2-1 victory New York took a 1-0 lead single by Sizemore and two
over the New York Mets. when John Milner doubled to walks, but Jon Matlack, 12-11,
right-center with one out is the fanned McBride to end the
WITH THE score tied 1-1, second inning, continued to;inning.
Ted Simmons led off the ninth third, on Reggie Smith's error Brock walked in the opening
with a walk. Bake McBride, at- and came home on Wayne Gar- inning but was picked off first
tempting to sacrifice, hit into a rett's single up the middle, base by Matlack and did not
forceout, but Reitz looped a But the Cardinals, after wast- add to his season stolen base
single to right, McBride taking ing a two-out triple by winningItotal of 101. He remained there
third. After Dan Godby was in- pitcher Bob Gibson, 9-12, in the short of Maury Wills' record
tentionally walked to load the third, tied the game in the of 104.

Smoking Orioles to

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The Women's Intercolle-
giate volleyball team will be
holding a practice at Bar-
bour Gym today from 2-5.
Anyone interested in joining
the team is welcome to stop
'by.

TRANSCEN DENTAL
MEDITATION

Red Sox halt losing streak

Clay Carroll, 11-4, who re-
lieved starter Clay Kirby, was
the w inning pitcher with ninth-
inning relief help from Fred
Norman.

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By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND - The amazing
Baltimore Orioles ran their shut-
out string to 54 innings-an
American League record-in a
3-2 decision over the Cleveland
Indians Saturday.
Ross Grimsley, 17-12, who
started the Orioles' current 10-
game winning streak on Aug. 29,
pitched shutout ball until the
ninth inning when the Indians
finally scored on Charley Spikes'
two-run homer. Bob Reynolds
relieved Grimsley 'after the
hom'er and nailed down the vic-
tory.
The Orioles, who had five
previous shutouts to break an
AL record, snapped the score-
less inning streak of 47 set by
the 1947 Indians when Grims-
ley blanked Cleveland over the
first two innings.
The major league record of
scoreless innings is 56, held by
the Pittsburgh Pirates of 1903.
The Orioles took a 1-0 lead off
loser Gaylord Perry, 18-10, in
the third inning when Enos Ca-
bell walked, moved to second
on a fielder's choice bouncer,
third on a bunt single and
scored on Paul Blair"s sacrifice
fly.
Tommy Davis made it 2-0 in
the fourth when he scored on

run and gave the Boston Red
Sox a 4-3 victory over the Mil-
waukee Brewers Saturday.
The victory snapped an eight-
game losing streak for Boston.
With two out in the 10th, Pet-
rocelli singled off Milwaukee
relief ace Tom Murphy, 7-6,
and Tim McCarver lined a shot
to right field that bounced into
the seats for a ground rule
double. After Dick McAuliffe
was intentionally walked, load-
ing the bases, Guerrero blooped
his game-winning single to
right.
Boston starter Bill Lee was
almost constantly in trouble,
but managed to escape from
each threat except for the
third inning.
With one out, Ken Berry dou-
bled to right. George Scott flied

out, but Johnny Briggs beat out
a high chopper to third for a
single.
Gorman Thomas, who had
three hits, doubled low off the
left field wall, scoring Berry and
Briggs. Bob Mitchell then lined
a single to left, bringing home
Thomas.
The Red Sox, shut out in four
of five previous starts, had
scored only three runs in SO in-
nings before breaking out with
a pair of tallies in the fourth.
Juan Beniquez led off with a

Morgan hit his homer while SCO RES
injured. He had sprained his
left ankle while running the --
bases in the second inning and Miami, Ohio 39, Eastern Michigan 0
eventually had to leave the Northwestern 14, Maine 7
game in the ninth.
Syracuse 23, Oregon State 15
The Dodgers started their
scoring in the first when Lopes No. Carolina St. 33, Wake Forest 15
led off with a double, moved to Richmond 14, Villanova 13
third on an infield out and Tampa 28, Chattanooga 0
scored on a sacrifice fly by!
Jimmy Wynn, his 100th RBI of Kent state 21, Central Michigan 14
the season. Western Michigan 33, Texas, Arling-
ton 6

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Evans at se
Cooper ground
to right, scori
rocelli then t
slump with a
to left.

vight Evans walk- RON CEY opened the second Morgan State 10, Jackson State &
strzemski forced with a double, went to third on'
cond, but Cecil a wild pitch and scored on Concordia, St.P. 14, Augustana, S.D. 7
led a sharp single Lopes' sacrifice fly. Bill Rus- North Dakota 3, Nebraska, Omaha 0
ng Beniquez. Pet- sell, who had walked, scored
broke an 0-for-21 from third on Kirby's second'Olivet 20, Defance 7
run-scoring single wild pitch. Buckner's homer Tennessee Tech 17, South Dakota 13
made it $-0. Tennessee 17, UCLA 17
F1I Chadron State 22, So. Dakota State 8

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shortstop Frank Duffy's
Mark Belanger walked
seventh, stole second and
on Rich Coggins' single,
the Orioles a 3-0 edge.
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Skid stops
BOSTON - Mario Guerrero's
bases-loaded single with two out
in the 10th inningbrought home
Rico Petrocelli with the winning

From Wire Service Reports
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - UCLA
and Tennessee battled to a 17-
17 deadlock yesterday in an in-
tersectional football game fea-
turing spectacular running and
passing by the Bruins' John
Sciarra and the Vols' Condredge
Holloway.
UCLA's Brett Wright missed
a 40-yard field goal with 14 sec-
onds remaining that would have
given the Bruins a victory in a
nationally televised game.
UCLA spotted Tennessee a
10-point first quarter lead,
stormed back to tie the count
in the third and forged ahead
17-10 on a 13-yard scoring
pass from Sciarra to end
Norm Anderson with 6:29 left
in the fourth period.
Tennessee came back to tie
the game at 17-all on a 12-yard
rollout by Holloway with 3:11
to play, capping an 80-yard
drive in seven plays.
H o I o w a y electriifed the
crowd of 57,560 by unloading a
74-yard touchdown bomb to
fleet Stanley Morgan on the
second play of the error-filled
contest.
Later in the first period, Ten-

nessee boosted its lead to 10
points on a 47-yard field goal
by barefooted Ricky Townsend.
But Sciarra began finding his
receivers late in the second
period and drove UCLA from
its 20 to the Tennessee 3 from
where White booted a 20-yard
field goal.
Orangemen win
SYRACUSE, N.Y.--Capitaliz-
ing on several Oregon State
University errors, a hard-driv-
ing Syracuse University made
the debut of head coach Frank
Maloney a success yesterday by
scoring 16 points in the final
quarter to defeat the Beavers
23-15.
Maloney took over as head
coach of Syracuse this season
after the Orangemen had played
for 25 years under Ben Sch-
wartzwalder, who retired after
a dismal 2-9 season last year.
Maloney formerly assisted Bo
Schembechler at Michigan.
The Orangemen turned the
game around in the final
quarter by intercepting two
passes by Beaver quarterback
Alvin White and turning them
into touchdowns. Linebacker

UCLA!
Ray Preston picked off the
first one and six plays later
tailback Tim Kinsey scored
from the one to give the
Orangemen a 17-7 lead.
A second pass by White was
deflected by Syracuse's John
Rafferty to safety Tim Moresco,
who ran the ball in from the 17
for the third Syracuse touch-
down.
Oregon State started the scor-
ing at 7:45 of the second quar-
ter after Syracuse safety Bob
Mitch fumbled a fair catch on
the Orangemen's 14-yard line.
Four plays later, OSU scored
when fullback Dick Maurer ran
off tackle from three yards out.

Concordia, Neb. 14, Culver-Stockton
14
Northern Iowa 31, Kans. State, Pitt.
22
Stout State 9, Hamline Univ. 7
Wis. LaCrosse 45, Northland Col. 0
Wis. Platteville 9, Kentucky St. 7
Wis. Stevens Pt. 30, Morningside 0
Wis. Whitewater 14, North Michigan
0
Fullerton State 10, Northern Arizona
7
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Maior League Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

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

w
74
73
73
67
67
64
West'
80
74
69
69
68
54

L
64
65
65
70
73
75
60
67
68
70
70
85

Pet.
.536
.529
.529
.489
.479
.460
.571
.525
.504
'.496
.493
.388

GB
1
1
6%
7
10/
9/
10%/
11
26%

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

w
75
74
68
63
61
56
West
86
84
77
70
64
51

L
63
65
71
73
75
80
52
55
63
68
75
89

Pct. GB
.543 -
.532 1 /
.489 71/
.463 11
.449 13
.412 18
.623 -
.604 2/
.550 10
.507 16
.460 221/
.364 36

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Yesterday's Games Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 3, Cleveland 2 San Diego 8, Houston 4
Detroit 8-0, New York 3-1 Chicago 3. Philadelnhia 0

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