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Wednesday, October 2, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Pae Nine

Wednsda, Ocobe 2, 974THE ICHGAN AIL

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Yanks

nipped

By The Associated Press :: .. . Louis last night and damaged
M I L W A U K E E-George ilythe Cardinals' pennant hopes.
Scott drove in the winning run b The loss dropped the Cardi-
with a single up the middle in nals one game behind Pitts-
the 10th inning last night, giv- 9 burgh in the National League
ing the Milwaukee Brewers a m p o rIS East race, with one game re-
3-2 victory over New York and maining for each club.
knocking the Yankees out of the NIGHT EDITOR Losing pitcher Bob Gibson
race for the American League MARCIA MERKER had a two-hitter going into the
East title. sixth when Bob Bailey led off
The Yankees' loss gave the with a double to right center.
division crown to the defend- down the victory with relief help He advanced to third when Ron
ing champion Baltimore Ori- from Bob Reynolds in the ninth. Fairly grounded out to the in-
oles, who beat Detroit 7-6 Reynolds survived a tense field and scored as Willie Davis
Tuesday afternoon. It marks ninth inning. With two out, and bounced to short.
the fifth time Baltimore has Ron LeFlore on third, Al Ka-
taken the AL East title in the line took a called third strike, Reds ruined
six years of division play. to end the game. ATLANTA - Buzz Capra
Yankee starter Doc Medich* * * A,.

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lost inta hearbreaking bid for
his 24th victory, dropping his PiraETtes Iprevail
record to 19-15. Milwaukee re- PITTSBURGH - Bob Robert-
liever Tom Murphy (10-10) son's two-run homer in the
picked up the win. eighth inning gave the Pitts-
* * burgh Pirates a dramatic 6-5
Birds fly victory over the Chicago Cubs
DETROIT - Slow - footed last night and one-game lead in
DETRIT -Slow- foted the National League East race.
Brooks Robinson chugged all Pittsburgh's victory cou-
the way home from first base pled with St. Louis' 3-2 defeat
on pinch-hitter Andy Etchebar- earlier at Montreal, clinched
ren's double in the ninth inning, at least a tie for the Pirates.
giving the Baltimore Orioles a The Pirates and Cardinals
7-6 victory over the Detroit Ti- each have one game to play
gers yesterday and the AL East in the regular season.
title. i
Detroit relief ace John lii- With one away and Manny
ler handed the Orioles their Sanguillen on first, Robertson
eighth straight victory and stroked his 16th home run of
eigth tratvic7orygands. the season off Cub reliever
15thin their last 17 games. D ave LaRoche (5-6). Pirates
Grant Jackson, 6-4, nailed Dave Giusti, pitching the last
two innings, received credit for
his seventh win against five
losses.
* *

sroppea uincinnati on tour hits
last night, pitching the Atlanta
Braves to a 7-1 victory and
eliminating the Reds from con-
tention for the National League
West title.
Capra raised his record to j
16-8 by setting down the hard-
hitting Reds without a base
hit for the first five innings.
The Reds got their only run in
the seventh when Dan Driessen
walked and came home on Dave
Concepcion's double.
The loss, on the next-to-last
day of the regular season,
clinched the NL West title for
Walter Alston and his Los An-
geles Dodgers.
* * *
Dodgers dominate
HOUSTON - Steve Garvey
keyed two rallies, one with his I
200th hit of the season,to lead -
the National League West
champion Los Angeles Dodgers
to an 8-5 victory over the Hous-
ton Astros last night.
Mike Marshall relieved win-
ner Don Sutton aftersthe fifth
and allowed four runs on two
hits and four walks.

Daily Photo by JOHN UPTON
OHIO STATE TAILBACK Archie Griffin (45) had one of his tougher days of the season
last year against the Michigan defense. Steve Strinko (59) was the menace in this case.
Only a junior, Griffin is a leading candidate for this year's Heisman Trophy, awarded to the
"top college football player in the nation."
GRIFFIN HOLDS EDGE:
lIwy seek H ei

sman

Cards shuffled Joen
MONTREAL - Mike Jorgen-
son's two-run homer in the
eighth inning gave the Montreal
Expos a 3-2 victory over St.

By JEFF SCHILLER I
In late November when'
Thanksgiving and the Big Ten
Athletic Directors gain promi-
nence, college football writers
select the Heisman Trophy re-
cipient, supposedly the season's
most outstanding player.
Altho- gh writers label the se-
lection procedure" a popularity
contest," "a group of writers
voting for local favorites," and
"the culmination of a series of,
national selling jobs," it is
nonetheless a highlight of post-
season hoopla. This year's race'
shapes up as an interesting con-
Johnny Wilson and the
Michigan Stags take on the
Saints in WHL action tonight
at Yost Ice Arena. The game
is one of several exhibitions
for the Stags before they be-
gin their inaugural season in
Detroit. Student tickets are
available.
test due to the rash of upsets!
which spawn and destroy can-
didates weekly.
SINCE MOST writers can only
see a limited number of con-
tenders in action, much of theI
voting is based on second ' and
information and regional bias.-
For a player to stand a legiti-I
mate c h a n c e, therefore, hej
must gain national acclaim.
One candidate who clearly
merits that distinction is Ohio
State sensation Archie Griffin.
Griffin's major drawback, his
junior status, was highli hted
by Heisman voter John Hannan,1
Sports Editor of the Toledo
Blade.
"It's very tough to win .he'
Heisman as a junior," Hmiinan
said. "The last one to do it was!
Roger Staubach in 1963, and he
had a lousv senior year. I *hink
there is a tendency to ;av'Grif-
fin's got a chance °1axt year,'
and in fact, I would exoect him

to win it then unless he falls or not," Hannan said. "In addi-
on his face before the season tion a lot depends on how Den-
starts." ny plays on the coast this week-
JIM TRIMBLE of the Fort end. A good game vould in-
Worth Star Telegram stated fluence west coast writers.'
flatly, "If they (OSU) go un- Southern California provides
beaten, no one can challenge another "name" player in An-
him (Griffin)." thony Davis. Though generally
But other names also draw rated high, Davis' chanpes suf-
national attention. Tom Clem- fer from the Trojans' opening
ents of Notre Dame had a lot loss to Arkansas. Moreover,
of pre-season fanfare and may# many writers question the va-
be the subject of more indi- lidity of his superstar creden-
vidualized publicity now that tials. Burdick was the most
Irish national title hopes have critical, saying, "Davis i; just
been virtually eliminated. not of that (Heisman) caliber."
"Notre Dame candidates al- Almost everyone else no;ess-
ways have a lot going for es a major drawback. Early:
them," said Siler, explaining the contender David Humm of Ne-
power of Notre Dame's publi-' braska must fight the 'niuryI
city machine. "Since they get bug, while Pat Haden 6f USC
so much national exnosure, they| and Condredge Hollow:1y of;
can lose games and still be in, Tennessee have been plagued
a position to boost their players.j by poor performances. Others
When Paul Hornung won the mentioned include Pittsburgh'sI
Heisman in 1956, Notre Dame Tony Dorsett, whom Hannan
won two games all season. Itl calls "a fine back but only a;
couldn't have been won by any- soph;" Oklahoma's Joe Wash-'
one from another school with a ington, another underclassman
record like that." who suffers from the S&ners"
THE RAP ON Clements stems probationary status: Alabama's
from his performance against Richard Todd, and West 'ir-a
Purdue. As Arnold Burdick of ginia's D a n n y "Lightni;ig"
the Syracuse Herald-Journal put Buggs.
it, "The Purdue loss h'urts
Clements badly. You jst can't
throw three interceptions and
lose and remain a legitimate!
contender."
Michigan quarterback Pennis r
Franklin also presents strong
credentials. Whether or not her
will seriously challenge aenends'
tnon a lot of hidden factors. 2
Sher called one major prob-
lem Franklin faces, "Hks lack
of national exposure due to thej
fact that he has not app ared
in a bowl game."
Burdick questioned "whether
he is snectacular or colorful!
eno-gh, to attract votes from
other regions."
"A\ LOT DEPENDS oi tow
Fn nrfipts his attack-w'it:her
'ti;an plavs an open game

Before anyone can predict the'
Heisman winner, however, sev-
eral additional factors must be
considered. In the midwest, a
plethora of candidates will be
competing for the same votes.
Hannan explained this regional
factor:
"MOST PEOPLE tend t) vote
for someone they have seen.I
Thus it is extremely imp )rtant
to win the votes from the region
a player represents and nope to
pick up support from other
areas. The d a n g e r Griffin,
Franklin, and Clements ail face
is that they may split the mid-
western vote and lose cat to a
player from an area with fewerj
candidates."
Just as important are the
events of the next two moaths,r
according to Siler.
"Don't count anyone o.ut,"
said Siler. "Capalletti woii the
Heisman in November last year.j
He wasn't regarded as a leader
until then but he 'iad a great
month. A lot can happen in the!
next few months."

Gri~dde Picks
Slowly, deliberately the menacing fat man with the kindly
eyes withdrew his scarlet and grey Flair pen from the bullseye
of a long-forgotten chain marker. The witching hour approached
and by the flame of a burning leaf he picked the best picks he
had ever coached. Who would repel the Revenge from the
North? The edit staff. Flickered flame, died. The griffin of Satan
fled with his soul. Get your pickings to the Daily at 420 Maynard
by midnight Friday for a free Pizza Bob pizza.

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WITH US THIS
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1. MICHIGAN at Stanford
(pick score)
2. California at Illinois
3. West Virginia at Indiana
4. Iowa at USC.
S. Notre Dame at Michigan
State
6. Minnesota at Nebraska
7. Oregon at Northwestern
8. Ohio State at Washington
St.
9. Purdue at Duke
10. Missouri at Wisconsin
11. Alabama at Mississippi
12. LSU at Florida

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13. Va. Military vs. Virginia
Tech. (at Richmond)
14. Pittsburgh at N. Carolina
15. Georgia at Clemson
16. Richmond at Furman
17. Western Michigan at Kent
State
18. Navy at Boston College
19. Pennsylvania at Brown
20. DAILY LIBELS vs. Edit
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Estate Auction
SATURDAY MORNING,
OCT. 5
at 10:00 a.m.
Located 3 miles west of Hell,
Michigan on Highway D-32
to Graves Road and 1/4 mile
north.
An interesting sale of antique
articles including round oak
table, oak icebox, milk safe,
other antique furniture, clocks,
piano w/bench, some wicker
furniture, pot belly heating
stove, and many more old and
interesting items.
PEARLE KIRTLAND ESTATE
William J. Stanton and
Stephen E. Stanton,
Auctioneers
Ph. Vermontville
(517) 726-0181

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You'll save money, too, over the increased air
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Anytime. Go Greyhound.

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Texas 83
Minnesota 82
Chicago 79
Kansas City 77
California 66
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Milwaukee 3. New York 2, 10 inn.
Chicago 2, Kansas City 1
Oakland at California, inc.
Today's Games
Baltimore (Cuellar 22-10) at De--
troit (Fryman 6-9 or LaGrow 8-18)
Kansas City (Splittorff 13-19) at
Chicago (Johnson 10-4)
Texas (Jenkins 24-12) at Minne-
sota (Decker 16-14)
Cleveland (G. Perry 20-13) at Bos-
ton (Cleveland 12-14)
New York (Dobson 18-15) at Mil-
waukee (Colborn 10-12)
Oakland (Blue 17-15) at California
(Ryan 22-16)

Results
Pittsburgh 6. Chicago 5
Atlanta 7. Cincinnati 1
Philadelphia 2, New York 1
Montreal 3. St. Louis 2
Los Angeles 8, Houston 5
San Diego at San Francisco, Inc.
Today's Games
San Diego (Spillner 9-11) at San
Francisco (Halicki 1-8)
Cincinnati (Billingham 19-10) at
Atlanta (Niekro 19-13)
Chicago (Reuschel 13-12) at Pitts-
horgh (Rooker 14-11)
St. Louis (McGlothen 16-12) at
Montreal (Renko 12-16)
Philadelphia (Carlton 16-13) at
New Yo-k (Matlack 13-14)
Los Angeles (Messersmith 20-6) at
Houston (Wilson 11-13 or Siebert
1-1)

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All three of these luxurious and standard equipment, beginning with
comfortable cars are pretty much last Januarys production. Yet the
the same size, inside and out. The Mark II is priced around $600*
najor difference is in what you get less than the Volvo 144.
for the money. Now take the Audi 100 LS
Take the 4-cylinder Volvo 144, 4-door sedan. If you added the price
for instance. It comes with reclining of the things that come standard
bucket seats, carpeting, electric on the Toyota Mark II but not the
rear window defogger, tinted glass, Audi, then the Audi would probably
whitewall radial tires, an electric be piiced around $000* more than
clock and a fold-down center armrest the Toyota Mark HI.
in the back seat. So, if you're looking for
So does the Mark 11 by Toyota. luxury and comfort in a small car,
But the Mark II also has a 6-cylinder doesn't it make sense to check
engine. Plus power steering as out till three?

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