Tuesday, April 8, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, April 8, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven
JEFF LIEBSTER RICH LERNER
Cesar Cedeno's two-out in-
field single drove in the first
of five unearned runs off Phil
Niekro in the fifth before
Milt May apparently fliedF
out to end the inning. But
plate umpire Doug Harvey
ruled that Correll's glove had
interfered with May's bat.
The Braves nicked winner
Larry Dierker, who hurled a
four-hitter, for two runs in the
fourth inning on a hit batsman
By The Associated Press Bullpen ace Mike Marshall,j
CINCINNATI - George Fos- last year's Cy Young Award
ter's infield single in the 14th winner, relieved Sutton at the
inning delivered Cesar Geroni- start of the eighth. Gullett re-)
mo with the winning run yester- tired 11 straight batters before
day and the Cincinnati Reds walking Bill Russell with one
edged the Los Angeles Dodgers 1 out in the 10th. After Marshall
2-1 in the opening game of the' sacrificed, Lopes was purpose-,
1975 baseball season. ly walked and then Clay Car-
Pinch hitter Foster came roll came on to retire pinch
through with two out, beating hitter Manny Mota and preserve1
out a slow roller to third base- the deadlock.
man Ron Cey as Geronimo The Dodgers took a 1-0 lead
sped home. in the fourth when Gullett
Dave Concepcion had open- issued consecutive walks to
ed the 14th with a single off Jimmy Wynn and Ferguson.j
Cey's glove and moved to sec- Garvey, the National League's
ond on a passed ball. After most valuable player in 1974,
Geronimo walked, both run- delivered a single to give Sut-
ners advanced on a sacrifice. ton a 1-0 cushion.
But Concepcion was cut down The Reds tied it at 1-1 in the
on Darrel Chaney's bouncer The Rd tieci ingte
to the mound as Geronimo sixth on Concepcion's single
raced to third.ThenFter after consecutive singles by
came through with the win- Rose and Morgan.
Don Sutton started for the Astros Cruz
Dodgers facing Don Gullett of
the Reds. Both surrendered five HOUSTON - J o s e Cruz
hits and one run before leaving took advantage of an inter-
with the game tied at 1-1, Sut- ference call against Atlanta
ton after seven innings and ; catcher Vic Correll with a tie-
Gullett in the 10th. i breaking three-run homer, cap-:
-_.ping a five-run fifth-inning rally
that powered the Houston As-
tros to a 6-2 victory over the
Braves last night in the twoj
clubs' opening game.
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and singles by Darrell Evans,
Mike Lum and Dusty Baker.
* * *
ST. LOUIS - Tony Scott's
two-run double in the eighth
inning and fellow rookie Gary
Carter's three - run homer in
the ninth sparked the Montreal
Expos to an 8-4 triumph over
Bob Gibson and the St. Louis
Cardinals in the opening game
for both clubs.
Gibson, breezing after a
rough first inning, notched his
12th strikeout by fanning Pete
Mackanin for the second out
in the eighth before the Ex-
pos rallied. Larry Parrish
singled and so did pinch hit-
ter Larry Biittner. Scott
then drilled his decisive
double down the left-field line,
scoring Parrish and pinch-
runner Jerry White.
The Cards had taken a 4-3
lead with two runs in the fifth,
the second on Reggie Smith's
homer. Smith's blast came off
left-hander Dave McNally, a
former American League star
making his National League de-
but. McNally allowed nine hits
and four runs in seven innings
before leaving for a pinch hit-
ter and Scott's double made
him the winning pitcher.
Sports of The Daily
Tom Drake, former Michigan defensive back, signed a con-
tract for an undisclosed amount with the Buffalo Bills of the
National Football League, yesterday.
"I'll think I'll have a good shot to make the club, but
I'll have to work hard," Drake said. "I am pleased with my
showing in rookie camp, March 7 and 8."
The Midland native joins former Wolverines Reggie McKen-
zie, Paul Seymour, and Clint Haslerig on the Bills.
Galindez defends crown
JOHANNESBURG-Victor Galindez of Argentina retained
his World Boxing Association light-heavyweight title here last
night by decisioning South Africa's Pierre Fourie in a bruising,
bloody, 15-round bout.
Galindez, blood streaming down his face from a cut over his
right eye, staged a devastating attack in the last four rounds
for a narrow points victory.
i had earlier been hurt by Fourie's peppering left
hand, and in the eighth round there were shouts of delight
from the partisan crowd of 40,000 in Johannesburg's Ellis
Park when the South African opened up the gash over the
But efter the eighth round, Fourie was unable to do further
damage to the champion, who appeared to grow stronger and
gain more and more range as the fight wore on.
Galindez, who took the vacant title last December from
Len Hutchins of the United States, was obviously trying for a
j knockout in the last four rounds, but Fourie successfully covered
up and went the distance.
STEVE GARVEY, the National League's Most Valuable Player last year, bobbles a grounder
off thebat of Cincinnati's Ken Griffey in the t w e 1 f t h inning of yesterday's Dodgers-Reds
game. The Redlegs didn't score here, but won the season-opener in the 14th inning, 2-1.
I ; lituUARO lEVE U
By ANDY GLAZER
New York Knickerbocker fans
have been treated to some su-
perb center play in recent years
- especially in the playoffs.
Every year Willis Reed would
go out to do battle with Wes
Unseld, Wilt Chamberlain, Dave
Cowens and Kareem Abdl-Jab=
three playoff series,
won't be the centers
tion. This is going
to be a:
The Rockets edge will e at break as good as anyone in the
forward, w h e r e ex-Michigan league's.
star Rudy Tomjanovich teams On the receiving end of those
with Long Beach State's EJ Rat- fast-break passes are Phil Che-
liff to provide a lot of scoring nier, Kevin Porter and Mike
punch - much more 'han Bill Riordan.
Bradley andPhil Jackson can CHENIER has emerged as a
tniw _riinarc'tnr nupnagin a in Py-
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THE GUARDS will be excel-1
len. Houston boasts 5-9 Calvin
Murphy, perhaps the quickest
player in the league, and Mike
Newlin, a tough 6-4 swingman
who made a lot of noise in the
Nominations will be accepted
for the offices of
at the MASS MEETING to be held
WED., APRIL 9, 6:00 P.M. in the
Dean's Conference Room, School
hope to cut off.
tru s~ uperstar aa~Qverag~5Lig inlex
Now, for your pleasure and NBA's one-on-one competition a1
entertainment, t h e National few years ago.
Basketball Association's New But as talented as Newlin
York Knicks and H o u s t on and Murphy are, the Kni ks'
Rockets present: John Gianelli backcourt of Walt Frazier and
vs. Kevin Kunnert. Earl Monroe may be the finest
However, when the Knicks tandem in the history of the!
and Rockets face-off tonight in sport, either one can single-!
the first game of their best of I handedly control a ballgame.
cess of 21 points per game. I
WHAT MAY be a telling fac- Porter and Riordan will run!
tor is playoff experience. The their opponents into the floor,'
Knicks have 38 man-years of and their lack of size (Riordan
playoff experience, led by Fra- is in name a forward but plays
zier and -Bradley with seven more of a guards' game at 6-4)
years a p i e c e. The young is no handicap with Hayes and
Rockets have only one player Unseld inside.s
that has ever been in a playoff Buffalo is both young and bril-
series, reserve center Zaid liant. Center Bob McAdoo won
Abdul-Aziz. In 1970, Abdul-Aziz the league's Most Valuable Play-
backed up Kareen Abdul-Jabbar er Award, and small wonder.
at Milwaukee. The league scoring champ is
The talent is about even, but also one of the top percentage
the Knicks have been there be- shooters and a first rate ie-
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By PEGGY GIRSHMAN
The Michigan Synchronized Swim Team captured a
third place in the Midwest Routine Championships last
weekend in its last meet of the season. The squad nar-
rowly missed second place, as they were topped a more
five-tenths of a point by Western Illinois, with 25.5 points.
Ohio State easily took first place in the field of
eleven teams with an impressive 56 points.
The most outstanding performance for Michigan
was by the eight-member "A" team, which placed
second in its event. The "B" team unexpectedly grab-
bed a sixth place.
"I was really pleased and proud of the way the girls
swam," Coach Joyce Lindeman said. "In the last few
years, synchronized swimming has been really competitive
and I wasn't sure if we would be able to keep our head
above water this year."
Also contributing to the Wolverines' standing were two
trios, one tying for third place and the other taking a fifth.
Michigan's duet nabbed a 5th place.
Synchronized swimming has really come a long
way in the 36 years that it has been in existence",
coach Lindeman explained. "It's a creative sport, and
it's just beginning to get the kind of recognition it
Next year, the Michigan team will compete in six
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them into a clash with the Cel- I
tics. Boston should have no
problem eliminating the Knicks
quickly, and their next opponent
would be decided in the Wash-
Buffalo's forwards are silky-
smooth Jim McMillian and the
more rugged Garfield Heard.
Heard will have to cover Hayes
in the biggest mismatch of the
series. McMillian is an experi-
The Washington Bullets tied, enced playoff performer, thanks
with Boston for the best record to his years with Los Angeles,
in the league at 60-22. Their in- and should dominate Riordan.
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Unseld and Elvin Hayes. The Bullets should win what prom-
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