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Wednesday, October 9; 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Pirates,

A's

whitewash

By The Associated Press who gave up two more hits in be that good to beat Balti-
LOS ANGELES-Pittsburgh's completing the shutout. more's Jim Palmer, who
batting power exploded with * matched him almost batter-for-
first-inning home runs by Wil- True Bluebatter in this tense pitching
lie Stargell and Richie Hebner duel. Palmer finished with a
that propelled the Pirates to a B I - Lerthaner four-hitter.
7-0 victory over the Los An-h itr dabrandos o- Palmer made only one mis-
geles Dodgers yesterday and hitter and Sal Bando's fourth- take all day and it cost him the
kept them alive in the National inning home run gave aklan game. It came in the fourth
League playoff. a 1-0 victory over Baltimore in ning against Bando, who
Thevicor let te odgrsthe third game of baseball's Inig aistBdo wh
The victory left the Dodgers American League playffse -proved earlier in this series that
holding a 2-1 advantage in the you can't make a mistake
best-of-five series, which con- terday. against him and get away with
tinues today in Los Angeles. The victory gave the A's a 2-1 it.
edge in the best-of-five series. . ..

Bill North had opened the A's
fourth with a fly to left fielder
Don Baylor. That brought up
Bando, who had homered in the!
second game of the series after
an error gave him an extra
swing against Dave McNally.
Palmer worked carefully to
the stockily - built A's captainI
and strung the count to three
balls and two strikes. Bando
began protecting the plate,
fouling off pitch after pitch un-
til he finally got the one he

wanted.
When he did, the third base-
man got all of it, sending the
ball high and far into the left
field stands. The left-fielder,
Baylor, never moved on it.
Blue made that slim, single
run stand up. In the ninth, Ban-
do tried to get him another
run with a long drive that back-
ed Baylor to the fence in left-
center. But this one didn't have
enough distance and Baylor
hauled in the drive.

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P I T T S B U R G H ' S Oakland will try and clinch a
vaunted bats were silenced third straight AL title in Game
without an extra-base hit in the; Four today with Jim "Catfish"
first two games, but the Pirates Hunter opposing Baltimore's
made some loud noises yester- Mike Cuellar.
day, bombing left-hander Doug Blue, virtually unhittable, re-
Rau off the mound in the open- tired the first 11 batters he
ing inning. faced and permitted only a pair
Both Stargell's two - run of widely-spaced singles to Bob-
homer and Hebner's two-run by Grich and Don Baylor in the
blast wound up in the left field seventh. Blue struck out seven
pavilion, about 390 feet from and didn't walk a batter.
home plate and gave the Pi- The Oakland southpaw had to
rates a quick 5-0 lead. ..
The Pirates added two more
runs in the third. Hebner Bill boo rd
knocked in one of them, before

Football agast MSU:

AP Photo
AWESOME WILLIE STARGELL is greeted at home plate by feammate Al Oliver after
smashing a home run in the first inning yesterday. The blast staked the Pittsburgh Pirates
to a 2-0 lead in their playoff game gainst the Dodgers. Richie Hebner also homered in the top
of the first to chase Los Angeles starter Doug Rau. Buc hurler Bruce Kison teamed with
Ramon Hernandez to shutout the Dodgers 7-0.

the Dodgers collected their first
hit off right-hander Bruce Ki-;
son on an infield grounder by
shortstop Bill Russell in the
bottom of the third.j
They got only one more hit
off the 6-foot-4 hurler-a line
drive single to center by Rus-
sell in the seventh. When Kison
began losing his sharpness in
the seventh, he was relieved by
southpaw Ramon Hernandez,

Students wishing to pur-
chase season tickets for Mich-
igan hockey may do so be-
ginning Monday, Oct. 14, at
the Athletic Ticket Office on
the corner of State and
Hoover. The special student
price for 18 games is $12.00.
Faculty and staff reserved
season tickets will be avail-
able until Oct. 21. The cost is
$24.00.

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By STEVE KIRSCHNER
Back in 1902, the University of
Michigan (enrollment 3,792)
bent, spindled and mutilated the
Michigan Agricultural College
by the score of 119-0 in a foot-
ball game. Twenty-three years,
eighteen games and fifteen
losses later, Michigan State Col-
lege replaced the name Michi-
gan Agricultural College and
the nickname "Spartans" re-
placed "Aggies". It didn't help
though, as Michigan won that
one too, by a score of 39-0.
All told, the two schools have
dueled sixty-six times over a
span of seventy-six years (Mich-
igan won the initial tussle in
1898. 39-0). Since then, the Wol-
verines have held a decided

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LOOK FOR BIG TEN TITLE:

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Cross countr team hopefu
By MICHAEL WILSON WARHURST SAID a big dif-1 around completely," N:irhurst................virtually destroyed the harriers
1974 could be the year Micni- ference is the team's ateirude. said. "I explain everything I tell of Michigan State in a duelj
gan cross country fans have The harriers are working to- them to do and they have a lot D ail meet at East Lansing. The
been waiting for; a Big Ten gether, concentrating mot, on more confidence." y'Maize and Blue runners captur-
championship. beating the opposition rather Warhurst, a cross cun ry ed four of the first five places.I
Under new coach Ron War- than trying to beat each run- runner for ten years, knows the o rts Herb Lindsay of Michigan State
hurst, the Michigan 'arriers ner. sport well. "I did some exper- finished first with a time ofI
have thus far- shown enough po- "The guys are working harder1e imenting, watched other coach- NIGHT EDITOR. 30:07.9.'
tential to capture the Big Ten and at the same time ha1Ving es and learned from miitake3," " BRIAN DEMING The Wolverines face a tough
title in one easy stride, a good time. They don't m nd the Wolverine mentor conmi.d..meet this weekend when they
With the season a third of the coming down here and working Besides a new coacn, the.................... travel to South Bend, Indiana,.
way through, Warhurst did not out everyday," Warhurst a x- Michigan harriers are blessed "OUR KIDS will sell the pro- for the Notre Dame Invitatioral.
hesitate admitting he has n o t plained. "We've got sixteen or with an excellent crop of fresh- gram," Warhurst emphasized. Thirty-one schools will compete.
Iseen disappointed vith the seventeen guys down here prac- men runners. He said that a new student ex- Top schools include Eastern
-team's performance. "We're ticing everyday." STANDOUTS such as M i K e pressing an interest to compete Michigan, Bowling Green, Bail
coming along the way I Loped In his first year as conrn of McGuire, Jay. Anstaett, B i I I for Michigan will speak wih State, and Michigan.
we would," Warhurst said. "The cross country, Warhurst h a s Donakowski, Bob Maistros, Stm members of the team, thereby "Eastern is the favorite,"
guys are just starting to real- made some noticeable changes. D'irna, Dave Furst, Tim Bell, getting first-hand knowledge of, Warhurst said, "but we're go-{
ize how good they can be." "I've changed the wackouts Ron Weins and Fred Gault pro- the program and Warhurst as a ing to win it."
_vide Michigan with exceptional coach. Harriers hustle
_- death. Academics also play an in-
Unperclassmen such as Greg portant part. Warhurst said that To finishers
*SMeyer, Jon Cross and K e i t h many of this year's freshmen 1. Herb Lindsay, MSU 30:07.9
Brown snoply the leader hin and turned down full-ride scholar- 2. Greg Meyer, M 30:28.5
exnerience necessary 'o orient ships elsewhere in order to at- 3. Keith Brown, M 30:41.0
a fr-shman runner to cross tend Michigan and run for noth- 4. Jay Anstaett, M 30:50.5
- - - contry at the college ledl.icg. - o.sStan Ma, Mu 31:22 5M
"The freshmen are developing Warhurst disclosed that he has 7. Fred Teddy, MSU 31:24
some real good friends'hias with only one scholarship for cross
softball enters inals . . . o ther gis on the team," War- country, which he intends to
I 1"rst said. He feels this h as break up into three equal parts.
.r ss .O country tom orro w hseen a significant con'rilaing"I'd rather get three good run-
cI trr to the excellent attitude ners than just one supersta-,"
rttBy JEFF LIEBSTER i onthe sqpad. Wrus ad
BIWarh rst also said that if to- IF THE TREND of the first Michigan State at MICHIGAN
E INTRAMURAL and recreational sports program is loaded iav's rckners continue o ex- third of the season continues, {pick score)
with action. With softball, tennis and soccer drawing to a press the desire to run at Miclhi- Big Ten championships appears Illinois at Purdue
close, and track and golf behind us, numerous other activities qgn, the nrogram as a whole a Big Ten championship ap- Minnesota at Indiana
step up,to take their place. stands to benefit, especially for pears certain. Northwestern at Iowa
This week, the softball playoffs are being held. In the f-"t"re recruiting. Last weekend, the Volverines Wisconsin at Ohio State
Residence Hall division, Michigan House defeated Allen-Rumsey, Kansas at Kansas.State
14-7, to capture the championship Monday night. Tennessee at LSU
In All-Campus golf, Dave Casselman edged first round Missouri at Nebraska
leader, Neil Spitalny, on the second hole of a sudden death 1Oklahoma vs. Texas
playoff. Both golfers finished the regulation 36-hole tournament (at Dallas)
w ith a score of 155. { at D allas)_- - - - -
Entry deadlines for upcoming events draw near. Fri-
day, Oct. 11 is the extended last day for all-campus ice
hockey. The entry fee is $95 for a guaranteed 8 game season. Y chtsmen Cruise to fourth Contraceptive
Handball entries for all divisions are due the early partt
of next week for all those wishing to compete in the I.M. team The Michigan sailing club competed earlier this week in the and Education
tournament. Women's Paddleball singles due date is Monday, Cary-Price memorial regatta. Ten teams sailed in the inter-
Oct. 14, as are co-recreational doubles team entries. Finally, in collegiate race, and the Wolverine sailors placed fourth. Gynecolog Clini
the all-campus division, water polo entries deadline is Thurs- Individually Michigan placed no one in the 'A' division, but
day, the tenth. John Harper, John Riechel, Bill Deuchler, and John Frazer 3rd floor, Student H
Tomorrow the annual cross-country meet will be held at placed second in the 'B' division. free, individual Con
beautiful Michigan Golf Course. The race begins at 4:45 p.m. Michigan State won the competition held at Base-Line Lake,
but be there earleir if you wish to participate. U.S. Merchant Marine Academy finished second and Tufts third. ing for women, men
The Sunday Family recreational program gets under Buckeye honored
way on Oct. 20. Membership cards are required for entry.'referralservices
Furter nforatin an th puchas ofcard ma beOhio State's Archie Griffin has been named by the Asso-
ciated Press as National and Big Ten Back of the Week after his for information call:
taken care of at the T.M. Bldg. main office. Please direct119yadrsigom aantWshgonSteltStua.
any questions to Mike Stevenson at 763-1313. 196 yard rushing romp against Washington State last Saturday. 764-8329
With the intramural football season starting this week, --- - ---.--_- -763-4370 or
additional officials are sorely in need. Men acid women, experi-7
enced or not, are urged to contact Ken Nemerovski at 763-1317. Student Union Board University of Toledo 763-4371
With benefits such as on-the-job training, $2.50 for a 50-minute presents1
game and a chance to be a part of the University's renowned PROGRESSIVE JAZZ with
football program, how can anyone refuse?

edge winning forty, losing
twenty and tying five.
When over 104,000 people
ponr into Michigan Stali'im
this Satnrday for this. year's
battle, a lot more than simnly
winning or losing is at stake.
This game is tradition and
every game olayed adds a
little bit more.
The tradition began back in
e on Ontober 12 in aagamej
"that did not afford them
(Mli'hiaan) half the '-practice
thpt they would have had in
a line-n against the thirdI
scruh eleven," according to
the Daily.
It wasn't until 1913, in the
eighth game oftthe series, that
the Aggies tip-toed to victory,
12-7. Along with the tradition
comes intense pride and pres-
tige.
The prestige is that of beingj
the best college football teamI
in the state, and to the victors
belong the spoils. Being the best!
will bring more notoriety, more
media coverage, and probably
the better athletes when re-
cruiting season starts again.
The Spartans will probably
bring a somewhat bruised
pride into this game as MSU
has not beaten Michigan since
1969. In the '50s and '60s the

Green and White attained rela-
tive success against the Maize
and Blue under the leadership
of Hugh "Duffy" Daugherty.
Aided by such all-time greats
as George Webster, Clint Jones
and Bubba Smith, 'Daugherty
and his teams won' eleven of
20 contests. It was around this
time that the "Paul Bunyan-
Governor of Michigan Trophy"
was conceived by then Governor
G. Mennen Williams to be pre-
sented annually to the winners.
The attitude toward this year's
happening, seems to be pretty
tight-lipped on both sides. It's
as if both sides are taking a
negative or "reverse" approach
to this one so as not to add fuel
to an already ferocious fire and
perhaps out-psyche themselves
in the process.
MSU coach Denny Stolz said
only that his team is better pre-
pared this year and is a "more
mature" group of players. Burt
Smith, Athletic Director at East
Lansing said, "Yes, this is one
of the big games on our sched-
ule and I'm sure that both sides
The To p 20
by The Associated Press
1. Ohio State 33 4-0-0 1,144
2. Oklahoma 24 3-0-0 1,124
3. Alabama 1 4-0-0 958
4. MICHIGAN 2 4-0-0 893
5. Nebraska 3-1-0 664
6. Notre Dame 3-1-0 485
1 So.tCalifornia 2-1-0 431
8. Florida 4-0-0 418
9. Texas Tech 3-0-1 411
10. Auburn 1 4-0-0 395
11. No. Caro. St. 5-0-0 327
12. Arizona 4-0-0 22E
13. Tie, DAILY LIBELS 4-0-0 174
Wisconsin 3-1-0 174
14. Arkansas 3-1-0 133
15. Penn State 3-1-0 98
16. Texas A&M 3-1-0 95
17. Texas 3-1-0 71
18. Arizona State 3-1-0 51
19. Kansas 3-1-0 34
20. Miami, Ohio 3-0-1 2t
Others receiving votes, listed al-
phabetically: Clemson, Illinois;
Maryland, Miami of Florida, Mis-
souri, North Carolina, Oklahoma
State, Pitt, Temple, Tennessee, Tu-
lane, UCLA, Michigan State News.

would really like to win."
Michigan .coach Bo Schem-
bechler refused to use the terms
"grudge match" and "revenge"
when describing . Saturday's
game. He did say the Spartans
will be the Wolverines' "tough-
est opponent so far."
Last November, Schem-
bechler blasted Smith's vote
for Ohio State to go to the
Rose Bowl saying it was
"based on ignorance, petty
jealousies, and the exaggerat-
ed issue of (Dennis) Frank-
lin's injury."
Smith's vote helped Ohio State
win the Big Ten Athletic Direc-
tor's vote, 6-4. The Michigan
legislature subsequently voted
against giving MSU a new law
school which some Congress-
men said was a direct result of
Smith's vote.
Bo, of course, will.remind his
players not to let last year's
vote affect their attitude toward
this year's game. He'll probably
remind them every day-before,
during and after practice.

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Lehigh at Rutgers *
Stanford at UCLA y
Texas Tech at Texas A&M '
Tulane at Air Force !
Miami (O.) at Ohio U. i hiz Es hV .
No. Carolina at Georgia Tech
Clemson at Maryland
Florida at Vanderbilt
Alma at Albion
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