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Thursday, September 27, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Sports of The Daily
Lions sell out
DETROIT - The Detroit Lions said yesterday they have sold
out all 54,418 tickets for Monday night's home contest against the
Atlanta Falcons, clearing the way for the game to be televised
locally.
The Lions said the final tickets were purchased by a
Detroit clothing chain which plans to distribute them to its
employes, the Police Athletic League and the United Com-
munity Services.
Celtics cut five
BUZZARDS BAY, Mass. - The Boston Celtics of the Na-
tional Basketball Association cut five players Tuesday, including
Clarence Glover, their top draft choice three years ago.
Also cut were Martinez Denmon of Iowa State, Byron Jones
of the University of San Francisco, WAYNE GRABEIC OF
MICHIGAN and Sam McCamey of Oral Roberts.
Two rookies - Steve Downing of the University of Indiana
and Phil Hankinson of Pennsylvania - survived the cut as the
Celtics trimmed down to their limit of 12 players.
* * *
Engebos Big Ten's best
CHICAGO - Cornerback Greg Engebos of Minnesota has
been selected the Big Ten defensive player of the Week by the
Associated Press.
Engebos, a 5-foot-11, 186 pound junior from Green Bay,
Wis., led the Gopher defense in a 41-14 triumph over North
Dakota. He-set up one touchdown with a recovered fumble
and ran 54 yards for a touchdown with an intercepted pass.
Others nominated for the award included tackle Jim Schy-
mnski of Wisconsin and middle guard TIM DAVIS, A SOPHO-
MORE AT MICHIGAN.
Schymanski was in on 15 tackles including five solos in a
28-25 loss to Colorado. He recovered a fumble, had a sack and
deflected a pass.
Davis had nine solo tackles, including three for losses, in
Michigan's 47-10 rout of Stanford.
* * *
One too many for 'Bama
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - A maneuver Alabama used in scoring
its first touchdown against California has been declared illegal
by the NCAA Rules Committee, the Knoxville News-Sentinel says.
The Alabama play went like this:
With the ball on the California 11, Coach Paul "Bear"
Bryant sent in Bill Davis, a kicking specialist, ostensibly to
attempt a field goal. No one came out, leaving 12 Alabama
players on the field.
Alabama went into a huddle. As the Crimson Tide broke the
huddle, Davis picked up the kicking tee and dashed off the field.
Quarterback Gary Rutledge took the ball from center on a
quick snap, swung right, pitched wide to Wilbur Jackson who
scored.
The rules committee said the play is illegal because it vio-
lates a rule that says a team cannot simulate a substitution "de-
signed to confuse an opponent." Such a play carries a 15-yard
penalty.
The News-Sentinel said the NCAA has notified its member
schools of the committee's ruling.
Alabama walloped California 66-0.
* * *
Miller ties for lead.
TURNBERRY, Scotland - Johnny Miller, the U. S. Open
champion, birdied the last three holes of the Turnberry Links
and tied Britain's Neil Coles for the first-round lead in the John
Player Golf Classic yesterday.
Miller and Coles finished the 7,070-yard, par-71 course
with 66s and a two-stroke advantage over- another British-
American duo, Tony Jacklin and former Masters champion
Charles Coody.
The $150,000 tournament is the richest on the European cir-
cuit.
* * *
O's rehire Weaver
BALTIMORE - Earl Weaver, who directed the Baltimore Ori-
oles to the American League East Division title, was rehired
yesterday for another year.
Weaver has compiled a .618 winning percentage since he
took over from Hank Bauer in mid-season of 1968 and led the
Orioles to titles in 1969, 1970 and 1971. Then last year they wound
up third with a .229 batting average and appeared in trouble
again at the start of this season. But veteran Tommy Davis and
rookies Al Bumbry and Rich Coggins revived the team which
now is averaging .266.

General Manager Frank Cashen, noting that half of. the
players from the championship team of two years ago were
gone, praised the 43-year-old Weaver for "putting together a
whole new blend of players and reshaping the club to fit the
new talent so quickly."
Winkles stays
ANAHEIM - The California Angels announced yesterday that
Bobby Winkles has been rehired as manager for another season.
Winkles is in his first season as manager of the Angels,
who are in fourth place in the American League Western Di-
vision. He was an Angel coach last season, and previously
coached baseball at Arizona State University.
Mauch extended to '75
NEW YORK - The Montreal Expos have extended the con-
tract of Gene Mauch, the only manager the National League
franchise has had, one year through the 1975 season, General
Manager Jim Fanning announced yesterday.
Mauch, whose 13 years of managerial service-2,131 games
-puts him behind only Walter Alston and Leo Durocher among
active managers, began piloting the Expos when they joined
the league in 1969. Mauch's contract was to have expired at the
end of the 1974 season.

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BALTIMORE - Rookie left-hand- 19, struck out six, walked two and streak to 14 games, led off the
er Don Hood hurled a two-hitter, was helped by two double plays. fourth by walking, moved to third
pitching the playoff - bound Balti- on a single by Darrell Porter and
more Orioles to a 4-0 triumph over scored on Coluccio's double. The
the Detroit Tigers for their sixth AGOe-mLefthande P deciding run came home when
straight victory.Spitrfbcm thfrs20ge Stanley booted a grounder by
Hood. 3-2, who had never before winner inKansas Ct Royals his- Bobby Mitchell for a two-base er-
pitched a complete game in the tory yesterday night when he ror.
majors, allowed a leadoasingle to pitched the Royals to a 6-2 victory
Tos, Talowten kt te igers tover the Chicago White Sox. George Scott drove in two runs
Tony Taylor, then kept the Tigers E in the seventh inning with a sin-
hitless through the sixth. Willie I Splittorff, 20-11, has won his gle, becoming the first Milwaukee
Horton had the other Detroit hit last five in a row and boosted his player to reach 100 RBI.
in the seventh. season record against Chicago
Paul Blair drove in two of the to 5-0.
Orioles' runs with a triple and Hal McRae's two-run single in
a single. Tommy Davis in- the first inningt put theiRoyals bll b
creased 8hisbyteam-leadinga RB ahd
ahead to stay against 21-game ST, LOUIS - Ted Simmons' one-
ttlto 89 by driving in a runj loser Stan Bahnsen. John May- i - ---

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out single scored Lou Brodk in the
first inning and the run held up as
the St. Louis Cardinals beat the
Chicago Cubs 1-0 last night.
Simmons' 89th run batted in, a
line drive to left center, settleda
tight pitching battle between the
Cards' Rick Wise, 15-12, and the
Cubs' Bill Bonham, 7-5.
Brock led off the inning by beat-
ing out a high bounder to the right
of Bonham and stole his 69th base
of the season. Wise, who lost six
games between Aug. 5 and Sept. 20,
restricted the Cubs to five hits.

on an infield out.
Mickey Lolich, 16-15, moved
ahead of retired pitching stars
Early Wynn on the all-time ma-
jor league strikeout list when he
recorded his sixth strikeout of the
game in the fifth inning. Lolich
now stands 13th with 2,338 strike-
outs.

berry contributed a solo home run
in the fifth inning, his 26th of the
season and 100th run batted in,
and Jim Wohlford added a run-
scoring single in the ninth.;f
Henry shines
ATLANTA - Ken McMullen's
pinch-hit double in the ninth inn-
ing scored Steve Garvey with the
winning run, capping a three-run
Los Angeles outburst thatcarrried
the Dodgers to a 9-8 victory over
the Atlanta Braves last night.

CLEVELAND - John EI I i s
cracked a second - inning home
run to back the five-hit pitching of
Gaylord Perry and carry the
Cleveland Indians toda r-0victory
over the Boston Red Sox yester-

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first hit off the St. Louis Cardinals
the bases for long. Ted Simmons
to shortstop Mike Tyson in timet
Expo~s
NEW YORK - Bob Bailey slug-
ged a two-run homer in the seventh
inning that snapped a 5-5 tie and
carried the Montreal Expos to a
8-5 victory over New York yester-
day night, halting the Mets win-
ning streak at seven games.
Bailey's 26th homer of the sea-
son, off Harry Parker, 8-4, just
did clear the orange line marking
the home run area on the left-field
fence.
The Expos jumped out to an
early lead, roughing up Met ace
Tom Seaver for five runs in the
first two innings.
Montrealgmadeit 4-0 in the first
on four walks, a bunt double by
Larry Lintz and a two-run, bad-
hop single by. Tim Foli. Lyttle's
sacrifice fly produced the second-
inning run off Seaver, who left inj
the bottom of the inning for a!
pinch-hitter, Lute Barnes.g r
Barnes' pinch single scored thek
Mets' first run and Wayne Gar-
rett followed with a three-run hom-
er, closing the gap to 5-4 after two
innings.
Cincy sluggish
CINCINNATI - Nate Colbert,
Dave Roberts, Dave Hilton and
Clarence Gaston each hit a home
run last night, leading the San
Diego Padres to a 5-1 baseball vic-,

# day.McMullen's wallop came after
daEllis led off the second with Ron Cey sacrificed homeathe
his 14th homer of the baseball tying run with the bases loaded
AP Photo season, a drive over the left and Garvey hit a run-scoring
ello of the Chicago Cubs got the field fence, off Bill Lee, 17-11, single.
s last night-but he didn't stay on who gave up just seven Cleveland The rally erased an 8-6 Atlanta
of the Cards got his throw away hits.'T lead after Mike Lum and Darrell
to nail Rosello at second. Perry, evening his record at 19- Evans smashed back-to-back horde
- -runs in the seventh inning and
Hank Aaron drove in two runs.
-3WAS7W -0-A "Aaron, two home runs short 'of
Babe Ruth's all-time record of 714,
r 1 drove in the two runs with a single
-and a sacrifice fly that missed
Gene Clines and Dal Maxvill com- going'into the stands by three feet.
010 bined to drive in10 runs and lead * * *
the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 13-2!
victory over the Philadelphia n MILWAUKEE -JimColborn be-
Phillies last night.. came the first 20-game winner in
The victory left the Pirates one the four-year expansion history of
game behind the New York Mets the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday
in the National League East Di- as he throttled the New York Yan-
vision race. The Mets played kees on three hits and scord a 5-2
NIGHT EDITOR: Montreal. American League victory.
THERESA SWEDO Clines rapped two singles and
'drove in three runs d u r i n g a Colborn already was the Brew-
tory over the Cincinnati Reds. seven-run P i r a t e burst in the ers' leading game-winner, besting
Randy Jones, 6-6, registered his fourth inning, the most productive the mark of 14 victories held pre-
first career victory over the Reds inning of the season for Pittsburgh. y
whie Rss rimley 1310,absrb- Dave Cash opened the assault viously by Marty Pattin, now with
w he Ross Grimsley, 13-10, asr- Dv ahoeehtB~sa Boston, and Jim Lonbor, now
ed the loss, with a fly to right that Bill Rob- IBsoadJm Lnrg,'o
Colbert connected for his 22nd inson dropped for a three-base with Philadelphia.
home run of the season follow- error. Clines then singled Cash The Brewers pushed across
ing Roberts' two-out single in home with the first of six Pirate three runs in the fourth inning to
the first inning for a quick 2-0 hits in the inning off Phillie starter wipe out a 2-0 Yankee lead. Bob
Jim Lonborg and reliever Darrell
Grimsle retired the next 12 Pa- B r a n d o n. Clines' bases-loaded Coluccio highlighted the inning
dres before Hilton unloaded his single produced the final two runs with a run-scoring double, and
fourth homer of the season in the of the inning. came home on an error by Fred
fifth. The Pirates staked rookie pit- Stanley.
*Gaston unloaded in the ninth1 cher Jim McKee to a 1-0 lead in
Goffelievr Daved Tomln. t tthe first, but McKee left the game Don Money, who ran his hitting]
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HOUSTON - Cliff Johnson
M ajor League Stan ings j cracked a two-run homer and Dave
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Roberts pitched a seven-hitter,I
East East pushing the Houston Astros to a
r L Pct. GB W L Pct. GB 5-0 victory over the San Francisco
Baltimore 95 62 .605 'New York 80 78 .506 - Giants last night.
Boston 85 73 .538 1014 Pittsburgh 79 78 .503 ''
B t.o u 7781 .487 : The Astros pelted Giants starter
New York 77 81 .487 18 MAontreal 77 82 .484 31/ Juan Marichal for two runs on
Milwaukee 74 83 .471 21 Chicago 76 81 .484 3x% four hits in the third, helping Rob-
Cleveland 69 89 .437 261 Philadelphila 70 88 .443 10 fu isi h hrhligRb
WestPa a serts to his 16th victory of the base-
akland 9 66 58 incinnati.616 ball season. Singles by Cesar Ce-
Kinsasoty 7 d78.501n5 Los Angeles 93 66 .585 5 deno and Roger Metzger produced
California 75 82 78 12 4San Francisco ' 86 73 .541 12 the runs.
Chicago 75 83 .47517 oto 81t a506 84.4722
Texas 55 103 .348 37t 584.722
Results San Diego 59 100 .371 39
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Cleveland1, Boston 0
Baltimore 4, Detroit 0
Milwaukee 5, New York 2
Kansas City 6, Chicago 2
Minnesota at Oakland;
Texas at California
Today's Games
American League
Detroit (Coleman) 22-15) at Balti-
miore (Garland 0-0)
New York (Medich 12-9) at Milwaukee
(Slaton 13-14)
Kansas City (Fitzmorris 8-2) at Chi-
cago (Kaat 14-13)
Minnesota (Decker 10-10) at Cali-
fornia (Ryan 20-16)

Results
Montreal 8, New York 5S
Pittsburgh 13, Philadelphia 2
Los Angeles 8, Atlainta 8
San Diego 5, Cincinnati-1
Houston 5, San Francisco 0
St. Louis 1, Chicago 0
Today's Games
National Leaguej
Philadelphia (Lonberg 13-14) at Pitts-
burgh (Ellis 12-13)
Los Angeles (Osteen 16-11) at Atlanta
(Morton 14-10)
Chicago (Bonham 7-4) at St. Louis
(Cleveland 13-10)
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