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Wednesday, September U, 1974
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, September 11, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
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Brocli
By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - St. Louis star
Lou Brock stole two bases last.
night to set a major league
record of 105 for the season,]
but the Philadelphia Phillies
beat the Cards 8-2 as Mike
Schmidt doubled twice and
smacked a two-run homer.
The defeat, the Cards' thirdi
in a row, dropped them 3%
games behind the first-placei
Pittsburgh Pirates in the Na-
tional League East Division.
Pittsburgh beat Chicago 12-41
yesterday.
Brock singled to lead off the
first inning against Philadelphia
right-hander Dick Ruthven, 9-11.
He stole second base on a count
of 0-4 to Ron Hunt, easily beat-
ing the throw from Phils catcher
Bob Boone, which was wide andl
sailed into center field as Brock
:took third.
In therseventh, Brock again1
led off with a single to left off
Ruthven. He broke once more
on an 0-1 count to Hunt, easily
reaching second ahead of a
wide throw from Boone.
Schmidt b e l t e d a two-run
homer in the first inning, and
snapped a 2-2 tie with an RBI{
double inthethird. le drove in
his fourth run of the night with
another double which highlight-
ed a three-run Phils fifth against
Cards pitchers Alan Foster, 7
10, and Rich Folkers.

captures

AP Photo
St. Louis Cardinals' master base thief Lou Brock slides safely in ahead of the throw from Bob
Boone in last night's game with Pittsburgh. Brock's 104th steal of the season tied the major
league record set by Maury Wills in 1962.
DROUGHT TAKES TOLL

H awkey
By MARCIA MERKER ,
Defenses all across the coun-'
try can't wait to get their hands
on Iowa this fall. The Hawkeye
offense, though it returns nine
starters, is not all that dazzling.
THE HAWKEYES' new coach,
Bob Commings, pointed out a
number of weaknesses on the
offensive line. His primary con-
cern is the Hawkeyes' ability to
weather, the first four contests
against UCLA, Southern Cal,
Peni State and Michigan with-
out receiving too many ,crip-
pling injuries.
As the Hawk mentor com-
mented, "The fact that our line-
up is set points out the squad's
number one weakness: lack of
depth. We've got some good
first-line players but our lack
of depth is startling at almost
all positions."
Another problem for the team
has been finding a decent quar-
terback. There were nine can-
didates at the beginning of the
fall practice. Commings ex-

attaC ea orates Dodgers roll
ATLANTA-Don Sutton pitch-
plained, "The first thing we real potential," stated Com- siaed afouritter and Ron Cey
must do is pick three quarter- mings, "You must run to beat singled h ,vnome the games only
backs who will get the bulk of people but we'd like to balance last night, giving the Los
I th wor, thn pck te on weAngeles Dodgers a 1-0 victory
the work, then pick the one we a good running attack with a over the Atlanta Braves.
think can beat Michigan." high percentage passing game.' The victory was the third in
That choice is Rob Fick, a Iowa's 1973 all-Big Ten split a row for the Dodgers, leaders
senior who started two games in end Brian Rollins was lost to in the National League West.
1971 but sat on the bench last graduation but the Hawkeye Sutton, 15-9, struck out seven
season. His backup men are coach claims that Bob Schultz and walked one in lifting his
Bob Ousley, a senior from De- who caught 14 passes for 314 career record a g a i n s t the
troit's Mackenzie High School, yards last season can fill the Braves to 19-9. He retired 11
and Doug Reichardt, a sopho- gap adequately. e batters in a row during one
Imore. ON THE frontline co-captain stretch.
IOWA WILL institute the Dan McCarney (6-2, 227) and The Dodders got their run on
wing-T offense that is so fami- Joe Devlin (6-4, 252) take the three consecutive singles in the
liar to Michigan's Denny Frank- posts while Rod Walters (6-3, second inning.
lin. Commings coached the Wol- 224) and Warren Peiffer (6-5, * * *
verine quarterback at high 243) hold down the tackle posi-
school in Massilon, Ohio and tions. Jock Michelosen (6-2, 223) Yanks nip Sox
used the wing-T there. plays center. BOSTON - Newly - acquired
On the Hawkeye squad, Jim On Saturday, Iowa tests a new Alex Johnson hit a home run
Jensen (6-3, 227) plays at left coach, a new quarterback and, leading off the 12th inning, giv-
halfback, Rod Wellington (6-2 an experienced offensive line ing the New York Yankees a
214) at right halfback and Mark against a successful coach, a 2-1 victory over the Boston Red
Fetter (6-1, 191) at fullback, seasoned quarterback and a Sox last night.
Last season Jensen lead the young defensive line. Iowa had; The victory, which gave the
squad in rushing with 509 yards better have the luck on its side Yankees a sweep of their two-
in 111 carries, if it wants to walk away a win- game series at Fenway Park,
"OUR RUNNING backs have ner. ? moved the Yankees into a two-

game lead over the Red Sox in
the American League East pen-
nant race.
Johnson's game-winning blast,
his fifth homer of the baseball
season, came off reliever Diego
Segui, 7-7. The victory went to
Pat Dobson, 16-14, who won his
sixth straight game with last-
inning relief help from Sparky
Lyle. Dobson gave up four hits
in 11 innings.
The Yankees tied the game
1-1 in the ninth inning on a walk
to Lou Piniella and a double by
Chris Chambliss.
* * *
Reds romp
CINCINNATI - Don Gullett
stopped the Padres on six hits
last night, giving the Cincinnati
Reds a 5-2 victory over the
Padres and keeping Cincinnati
within 3 games of the first-
place Los Angeles Dodgers in
the National League West.
The Reds jumped on Joe Mc-
Intosh, 0-2, for a run in the first
inning when Tony Perez drove
in Cesar Geronimo with a single.
They chased the rookie right-
hander in the second on Darrel
Chaney's leadoff triple, a wild
pitch and a double by Pete Rose.
CampS gift
By The Associated Press
LANSING - Campy Russell
will give the University of
Michigan a sum of money from
the contract he signed when he
turned professional, according
to John Orr, Michigan basket-
ball coach.
Orr said the gift was the first
of its kind from a Michigan
athlete. Orr didn't specify the
sum, but a source close to the
school said it would be between
$25,000 and $50,000.
Russell, drafted by the Cleve-
land Cavaliers of the National
Basketball Association last
spring as a hardship case after
his junior year at Michigan,
signed a four-year contract for
a reported $991,000.
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we need your help with pos-
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Thurs., Sept. 12,
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EVERYONE WELCOME!
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Randy Elliott stroked his first w L Pet.
major league home run in the New York 76 65 .539
fifth to ruin Gullett's bid for his Boston 74 67 .524
second shutout over San Diego Baltimore 74 67 .524
thsya.Cleveland 70 70 .500
this year. Milwaukee 68 75 .470
The Reds made it 5-1 with a Detroit 65 77 .455
pair of runs in the sixth. Rose Oakland West2 61 .570
had" a run-scoring double and Texas 76 68 .524
Geronimo drove in the other run Kansas City 70 71 .500
with a sacrifice fly. Minnesota 71 71 -.496
Chicago 70 73 .493
The Padres got their other California 56 86 .394
run in the ninth when Enzo C aTuesday's Games
Hernnde douledand scored Cleveland 12, Detroit 6
Hernandez doubled and redMilwaukee 6, Baltimore 5
on a single by Johnny Grubb. New York 2, Boston 1, 12 inn.
S* * Minnesota 8, Chicago 7, 13 inn.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

But Rusty Gerhardt came on in
relief and retired Johnny Bench
and Geronimo without further
scoring.
The Reds made it 3-0 in the
third on doubles by Perez and
Ken Griffey.

Orioles fall
MILWAUKEE-Sixto Lezcano,
singled home a run in the 10th
inning to give the Milwaukee
Brewers a 6-5 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles last night.
The loss dropped the Orioles
into a second-place tie with the
Boston Red Sox in the American
League East, two games behind
the New York Yankees.

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

East
W
77
74
71
65
62
57
West
89
86
78
71
66
51

L
64
68
71
74
77
82
52
56
64
70
76
92

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THE LONE RANGER
His SECOND T.V. Show! After waiting nervously for all these weeks,
you can finally find out what happened to good old Kemo Sabe when
the half-breed traitor scout Collins was about to drop a boulder on his
head.
ELVIS PRESLEY
On the ED SULLIVAN and STEVE ALLEN SHOWS: Scream along with
millions as the King of Rock 'N Roll belts out 5 off his greatest hits of
1956. Also included on this rare kinescope are Milton Berle, Andy Grif-
fith, Imogene Coca, and One Stone Stoned Hound Dog.
SUPERMAN
Falling for the oldest trick in the books, Lois caught on the ropes, but
what's a little twine to he man of steel?
NIXON'S CHECKERS SPEECH
A leading political philosopher calls for honesty in government.
THE LIFE OF RILEY
What Archie Bunker has done to the good name of Proletarian America
since 1970, William Bendix did twice over in the 50's with his classical
portrayal of the bumbling but lovable Chester A. Riley.
THE MICKEY MOUSE CLUB
Complete with a Donald Duck Cartoon, The Mickey Mouse Club Open-
ing and closing songs, a Puppet Show, the famous Mouseketeer Roll Call,
and about 10 commercials, including Bucky Beaver.
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ROOM SERVICE (AT 9 and 10:30) 1938
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