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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

sunday, September 9, 191

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By The Associated Press Bobby Tolan delivered a pinch
ATLANTA-Hank Aaron hit his single in the Reds' eighth and after
709th career home run last night Pete Rose's fielder's choice ground-
and Davey Johnson's 39th homer er retired Tolan, Morgan connected
of the season in the ninth inning for the tying homer.
lifted the Atlanta Braves to a 3-2 * * *
victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
Tgers score
Johnson,the major leagues BOSTON - D i c k Sharon and
Shome run leader, connected as the1 Frank Howard hit home runs and
leadoff batter in the bottom of the Joe Co won his 19th gam
ninth after Aaron and Dusty Bawer J oea o i 9hgm n
j had homered earlier for Atlantae the Detroit Tigers' 6-1 victory over
h the Boston Red Sox -yesterday.
The Reds had bounced from be- Sharon gave Coleman, 19-5, a 1-0
hind, tying the score in the eighth lead with his first-inning homer
inning on Joe Morgan's 21st home ;and after the Tigers scored two
run of the season, a two-run shot runs in the fifth on a groundball
off Atlanta's Carl Morton. and an error, Howard built the.
Aaron's 36th homer of the advaptage to 4-0 with a solo blast
baseball season came off a 1-1 in the seventh.
pitch from Jack Billingham and ' Coleman, who had suffered
left him only five homers away seven consecutive losses, had re-
from Babe Ruth's all-time record lief help from John Hiller.
714. The Tiger relief ace came into
The teams were locked in a the game during a mild .sixth-in-
scoreless pitching duel between ning uprising by the Red Sox
Billingham and Morton until the and nailed down the game for
seventh. Detroit with his 32nd save.
After Aaron unloaded, Baker fol- The Red Sox scored their only
lowed with his 18th homer of the run in the seventh on Reggie
season for a 2-0 Atlanta lead. Smith's double. The Tigers added

a run in the eighth on Ed Brink-
man's sacrifice fly and another in
the ninth on Ike Brown's base hit.
* * *
Yankees explode.
NEW YORK - Graig Nettles
drove in six runs, three of them
with his 20th homer of the season
yesterday, leading the New York
Yankees to a 15-1 romp over thz

sixth ended Medish's no-hit bid and
drove in the Brewers' run.
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Mets falter
MONTREAL - K e n Singleton
belted a two-run homer in the
third inning and rookie Steve
Rogers. outdueled Tom Seaver to
lead the Montreal Expos to a 3-1
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Rookie George Medish, 12-8, hald Ron Fairly reached base with
the Brewers hitless until the sixth a one-out single off Seaver, 16r9,
inning and finished with a three- and Singleton followed by driving
hitter for the victory. a 2-2 pitch high off the right-field
The Yankees loaded the bases scoreboard for his 22nd homer of
with two out in the first inning the year.
and got their first run when The Mets came back with an
Nettles was hit by a pitch. Jim unearned run in the fourth in-
Ray Hart singled home two more ning as Rusty Staub drew a lead-
for a 3-0 edge. off walk and second baseman
New York added three more in Larry Lintz bobbled a routine
the third when Nettles crashed his ground ball by John Milner for
homer and then the third baseman an error.
singled home two more runs in a Ed Kranepool -forced Milner at
four-run fourth. second base before catcher Jerry
bred Stanley hit a grand slam Grote looped a single to left to
homer for the Yankees in the score Staub.
eighth. . Ron Fairly added an insurance
Dave May's bloop single in the run in the eighth for Montreal with
a solo homer off Seaver.
Both Rogers 8l3, and Seaver
allowed four hits, but Rogers was
particularly effective with his low
pitches. Rogers did not "allow a fly
/ ball to the outfield.
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From Wire Service Reports
LINCOLN - Quarterback Steve
Runty, after two seasons in re-
serve, drew his first starting
assignment yesterday and teamed
with sophomore back Tony Davis

genson returned a punt 65 yards
and Dan Matthews ran 24 yards
two plays later in the final quarter
yesterday to boost Western Mich-
igan to an 18-13 win over Mid-
American Conference rival Central

terday in the season opener for
both teams..
Fullback Jim Upchurch tallied
two touchdowns for the Wildcats,
who relied almost exclusively on
their running game. The tough.
Arizona defense did not allow the
Rams past midfield until halfway!

Orioles roll
CLEVELAND-Al Bumbry's hot
bat and Jim Palmer's five-hit
pitching s p a r k e d the Baltimore
Orioles to a 6-1 victory over the
Cleveland Indians last night,
Bumbry drove in three runs with
three singles as the Indians were

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to propel Nebraska to a 40-13 vic-f Michigan.
tory over UCLA in the season's Jorgenson came in late in the
first matchup of Top Ten football second quarter to engineer West-
powers. ern's first touchdown on Jim
The 5-foot-11 Runty, filling in White's one-yard plunge and then
for injured David Humm, ran for ran in the final minutes to give
one touchdown and passed for an- Coach B i I1 Doolittle his 10th
other in the nationally televised straight opening win. Jorgenson
clash between a Nebraska Corn- shone with 33 yards in six carries,
husker crew rated fourth in the including a couple of big gainers
AP preseason ratings and a Bruin on option plays.
team ranked 10th. Central had pulled ahead in
Davis, a 212-pounder, scored two the first quarter when Dennis
second-half touchdowns, one a 43- LaFleur recovered a bad snap
yard scamper in the fourth quar- on a Western punt attempt for a
ter to put the game out of reach. touchdown in the end zone. The
Nebraska started out to make Chippewas' second score came
It a rout, running up a 14-0 first- on a 27-yard field goal by Mike
quarter lead, headlined by a Francko*iak in the second quar-
77-yard punt return for a touch- ter, and Franckowiak added an-
down by Randy Borg. other field goal of 37 yards to
close the half with Central
But a Nebraska fumble in the ahead, 13-8.

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through the final quarter. mathematcally elimnated f r o m
h h *a a the American League's Eastern Di-
vision race.
Hurons highPalmer, 19-8, snapped a personal
YpSILA DTI - Junior running two-game losing streak As the
back Mike Strickland exploded for Orioles captured their 20th victory
128 second half rushing yards to in their last'25 games.
set up two Eastern Michigan The Indians took a 1-0 lead in
scores for a 17-14 win over Ball the second without the benefit of
State yesterday. a hit as Palmer temporarily lost
Strickland, held to only 14 yards his control. He walked'John Lo-
in the first half, carried three wenstein with one out, then fired
times in a 65-yard drive climaxed two wild pitches, enabling Lo-
by quarterback Houston Booth's wenstein to reach third.
15-yard keeper play. Walter Williams' sacrifice got
Ball State opened scoring with Lowenstein home.
a six-yard pass from Rick Scott to The Orioles kayoed loser Milt
Jim Micklos. Then Eastern's Ray Wilcox, 7-8, in the fifth on two hits,
Vanover kicked a 34-yard field two walks, a hit' batsman and a
goal. wild pitch.
Scott scored again before the Ray Lamb, who followed'Wilcox'
half on a one-yard sneak. to put to the mound, was chased in the
the halftime score at 14-3, but the sixth when the Orioles scored twice
Hurons cashed in on Strickland's on three hits, a walk and a wild
rushing with two touchdowns in pitch. Brooks Robinson homered
the third quarter. for Baltimore in the eighth.
.. Major League Standings.

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of livin' to do"'

waning moments of the first quar-
ter, recovered by Jim Bright on
Nebraska's 14, put UCLA on the
scoreboard. Kermit Johnson ran
12 yards for the tally.

Central qu,

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zone for a safety in the final
quarter which added two points
to the Broncos' final score.
The Bronco defense toughened
up in the second half, allowing
Central only.three first downs and
nine for the game. Central racked
up only 135 yards total offense and
Western had 230 yards in the de-
fensive battle.
* * *
Arizona assaults
FORT COLLINS, Colo.-Arizona's
new ball control offense and stingy
defense - imported by new head
coach Jim Young from Bo Schem-
bechler's Michigan juggernauts-
dominated Colorado State 31-0 yes-

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W L Pct.
Baltimore 81 57 .587
Boston 78 64 .549
Detroit 75 68 .524
New York 72 70 .507
Milwaukee 68 73 .482.
Cleveland 61 83 .424
West
Oakland 82 .59 .583
Kansas City 76 64 .544
Chicago 71 71 .500
Minnesota 68 72 .486
California 64 73 .465
Texas 49 91 .348
Yesterday's Results
New York 15, Milwaukee 1
Minnesota 6, Chicago 2
Detroit 6, Boston 1 ,
California 9, Kansas City 6, 1st.
California 4, Kansas City 2, 2nd
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 1
Texas 4, Oakland 3

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Los Angeles 83 59
Sanl Francisco 80 64
Houston 72 72'
Atlanta .69 .74
San Diego 51 89
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 3, St. Louis 1
Houston 9, San Francisco 7
Atlanta 3, Cincinnati 2
Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 3
Montreal 3, New York 1
San Diego at Los Angeles, inc.

Michigan wrestling coach Rick
Bay holds the record for most let-
ters garnered at 'an Illinois high
school. Bay earned ten letters at
Waukegan High School around the
turn of the decade (1960), breaking
the old ;nark of nine set by Ottoj
Graham.

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New York Giants 21, Cleveland 10
New York Jets 16, Philadelphia 13
Oakland 17, Buffalo 7
Cincinnati 13, Green Bay 10
Pittsburgh 19, Atlanta 0
New Orleans 16, Houston 10
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
N. Carolina St. 57, East 'Carolina 8
Furman 13, Presbyterian College 6
Michigan Tech 17, Northwood
Michigan 7
Grambling 29, Long Beach St. 16
San Francisco St. 31, Nevada, Reno 28

Nebraska 40, UCLA 13
Eastern Michigan 17, Ball St. 14
Western Michigan 18, Central
Michigan 13
Maine 14, Vermont 0
Refiance 28, Olivet 13
Temple 49, Xavier 7
Edinboro St. 0, Fairmont 0
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