Thursday, September 12, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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u.p tea . "U I " * * DETROIT-It was business as nis lve on I, ouL th.1a
im al nc usual at Tiger Stadium last roled away from him as he
lea gue night as Detroit absorbed yet skidded across the ground.
another loss, and, Al Kaline con-' The otherwise quiet crowd of
tinnte his, arcd Atoade 3,40- 5,896 gave the 39-year-old super-
0NE of the most fundamental rules of man's existence on this tinued his march toward 3,000 star a standing ovation as he
planet is that history repeats and runs in cycles. Although While the Tigers were being pulled into second with a dou-
Big Ten football is hardly of world shattering importance, it too shut out 3-0 by Milwaukee ble. He walked and flew out
has been cyclical in behavior. Brewer righthander Jim Sla- deep to left his other two at
ton, Kaline stroked hIs 2,986th bats.
Michigan and Ohio State have dominated the Big Ten for tn ,, Klnstog hi* *
the past six years to such an extent that the "eight dwarfs" an 2,y87th hi lak him By The Associated Press
faint from fear at the mention of the Wolverines or Buckeyes. 19 games remaining this sea- Indians scalp
the least successful among the unsuccessful has son. CLEVELAND-Gaylord Perry
been the poor Iowa Hawkeyes, who will be fed to the hungry Slaton held Detroit to just five scattered five hits and George
Woveine on Sarday, Hwitheyedin time schedled or 1: hhits to pick up his twelfth vic- Hendrick drove in the go-ahead
Wolverines on Saturday, with feeding time scheduled for 1:30 at tory. Loser Luke Walker went run in the fifth inning with a
Michigan Stadium. The Hawks, losers of all eleven games last 'the first seven innings for the doube, leading the Cleveland
year and 28 of 33 in the past three, may not be that much better Tigers, and though he allowed Indians to a 3-1 victory over
this year. only four hits, he was taken out the Boston Red Sox last night.
after walking the first two bat- It was Boston's third loss in
Sure, they return a lot of starters and that might mean some- ters in the eighth. Jim Ray fin- a row and eleventh in the last
thing to one of the country's elite teams, but how much can it ished up. 13 games.
mean to a team that didn't beat anybody. A single by Tim Johnson, a The Indians -took a 1-0 lead in
The Hawkeye football situation wasn't always so desperate. bounce out, and an RBI single the first inning when John Low-
The Hawkeye _tbstn a awas depat.ensteim singled, stole second'
As recently as the late 50's, Iowa was rated in the national top ; - and scored on a single by Char-
victory over the New York
Yankees in the first game of
their twi-night doubleheader
With one out in the 17th,
Yankee relief pitcher Cecil Up-
shaw, 1-6, walked Paul Blair
and Bobby Grich. Powell then
batted for Curt Motton and
lined Upshaw's first pitch to
left for a single, Blair scoring
to end the 4 hour, 12 minute
Andy Etchebarren's f i r s t
home run of the season had
pulled the Orioles into a 2-2
tie in the fifth inning.
Baltimore loaded the bases
with none out in its half of the
seventh inning. Grich was call-
ed out on a disputed swinging
third strike, and Baltimore
Manager Earl W e a v e r was
ejected from the game for argu-
ing the call.
five, four out of five years and thoughts of an Iowa dynasty, al-
though laughable now were conceivable.
A man who has been associated with winning all his
life, former Michigan football coach and star athlete, Chal-
mers "Bump" Elliot, has been athletic director at Iowa for
four years and is charged with keeping the program abovet
Although Bump may be frustrated at the Hawks' lack of suc-
Stih ti tdate of the athletic nroeram isn't that bad.
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The Detroit Wheels eeked
out a crucial win last night
in Tampa, Fla., to beat the
Florida Blazers 15-14. This
now makes the Wheels 1-10
for the season and they have
a solid hold on last place in
the WFL central division..
ces o in nm, nemat v Ut U111L~e j1V,1ait103< -1 -- kby Don Money was the differ- I
"I hope it's on firm ground," Bump said by telephone from ence in the game until the sev-
Iowa City yesterday, "but we are entirely dependent on gate re- enth, when Johnson launched a:
ceipts and individual contributions, and they're not increasing, run-scoring triple to deep cen-
while our expenses are. ter off the glove of rookie Ron
"We have great fans here in the state of Iowa. They come The last Milwaukee run
even if we are not winning. I've traveled around the state a lot came in the eighth when
trying to get people interested but there is great competition for George S c o t t singled homeI
the entertainment dollar today and it can befdifficult."Mon s had walked a line
Considering Iowa's attendance figure Bump is right about the single over the third baseman's}
fans. Even in the abysmal 1973 season, the Hawks averaged close head in the bottom of the first
to 44,000 fans a game in a stadium that seats only 60,000. In fact, inning. He came up again in
the traditional mid-season game with Minnesota attracted 55,137 the fourth and rifled the ball to
even though the Hawks were already losers of five straight. Ilf etr etfedrJhn
With the score tied in ;he
Boston fifth, Ed Crosby led
off with a single to center off
loser Dick Drago, 6-9. Crosby
was sacrificed to second by
Frank Duffy and moved to
third on a fielder's choice.
With two out, Drago inen-
tionally walked Oscar Gamble,
but Hendrick foiled the strategy
with a double, driving in Cros-
The Indians got an insurance
run in the sixth when Tom Mc-
Craw singled, moved to secondI
on a fielder's choice and scored
on Crosby's double.
The victory was Perry'sI
19th against 10 losses.
* * *
17th inning stretch
BALTIMORE - Boog
Powell's run-scoring pinch-
single in the 17th inning lifted
the Baltimore Orioles to a 3-2
ORDINARY JOE was walking down State Street going through
a checklist in his head. "Let's see," he mused,."I remem-
bered books, lab fees, meetings, my rent, my subscription to
the Daily and my football tickets." Joe relaxed for he felt like
he had just accomplished great things.
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THE TIGERS HAD THEIR best chance to score last night in the seventh inning, but could
not capitalize. With Al Kaline on third via his 2,987th career hit and a Bill Freehan sacri-
fice bunt, Reggie Sanders lifted a fly ball to right. Al made it close, but the throw to the
plate cut him down, as umpire Joe Brinkman signals here to Brewer catcher Charlie Moore.
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The athletic directors and football coaches at the other
Big Ten universities can only hope that history repeats andj
the Michigan and Ohio State powerhouses come tumbling down
like Michigan State did, or that at least a semblence of bal-
ance be restored to the proud league.
A.Arswnt nn rl tll Cadl t the Bif Ten kick off
Ma-nr I-evaue St n cii.
Then it hit him! A glare came
ame deeper and quicker. He
sed . . . (he missed his two o
ed himself enough to move, he
eet. Why? He had forgotten to
nullifying his chances to win
ments of Vaudeville delicatessan
The moral: Don't be an ordina
er football prognosticators ext
As Minnesota coacnCai Stou sai ai ie ng inx i
luncheous in Chicago last month, "We can't expect Michigan and
Ohio State to come down to our level, we have to get up to theirs."
The problem of imbalance is not confined to the Big Ten. It
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to his eyes and his breathing
shook and quivered. Hours -
'clock). When he finally com-
headed right for 420 Maynard
make his Gridde Picks, there-'r
a corn beefed sandwich com-'E
. One Semester in England
ary Joe. Match your wits with
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would take a trivia expert to identify the last time Texas Christian west wes8 1. Iowa at MICHIGAN (pick
won the Southwest Conference, Washington State the Pac-8 or oakland 8g 61 .573 Cin5innati 86 56 .606 31- score)
Vanderbilt the Southeast Conference. Texas 76 68 .528 6x2 Atlanta 78 64 .549 11 A 2. Ohio State at Minnesota 1
Minnesota 71 71 .500 10Y' Houston 71 70 .504 18 3.WsoinaPude1
College football has thrived over the years on tradition but Kansas City 70 72 .493 111/ 2san Francisco 66 76 .465 2323Wsnsinat Purdue g 11
hoCaytmehaiascfwnigtem e xctdaot ago 70 73 .490 12 San Diego 51 92 .357 39 4. Northwestern at Michigan'
how many times can fans of winning teams get excited about California 57 87 .396 252 Yesterday's Games State 1
playing outmanned ones or fans of the also raps hope for the near Yesterday's Games Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 5 5. Indiana at Illinois 1
impossible upset? Baltimore 3, New York 2, (17 inn.), Montreal 6, Chicago 1 6. Southern Cal at Arkansas 19
Bump Elliot will return to Ann Arbor Saturday and watch 1st game Cincinnati 1, Atlanta , I 7 Colorado at LSU 1
Iowa get creamed by his alma mater. Elliot concluded, "It's not New York 4, Baltimore 1 (3rd inn.) St. Louis 3, New York 3, (9th inn.)
an impossible situation yet, but it is vitally necessary that the Milwaukee 3, Detroit 0e1
other teams begin to challenge Michigan and Ohio State. I'm con- Texas at Chicago, inc.1
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