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From Wire Service Reports
CLEVELAND - Cleveland first
baseman Chris Chambliss clouted
two homers, one of them a grand
slam, to propel the Indians to a
10-4 victory over the sagging De-
troit Tigers last night.
D e t r o i t began promisingly
enough, breaking away to a quick
2-0 lead off winning pitcher Dick
Tidrow. Dick McAuliffe led off with
a double, and singles by Ron Cash
and Jim Northrup, along with a
wild pitch, accounted for the
tallies.
FOLLOWING CHAMBLISS' first
homer, a solo shot off losing pitch-
er Woody Fryman in the bottom
of the first, the Tigers increased
their margin to 3-1 in the fourth
on consecutive doubles by Willie
Horton and Gates Brown.
Then, the roof caved in on the
surprised Bengals. A Cleveland
rally in the bottom of the fourth
sent 11 men to the plate. The In-
dian efforts were good for seven
runs, efficiently garnered with six
hits.
AFTER FRYMAN let five of the
first six Cleveland batters reach
base, giving up run-producing hits
to Frank Duffy and Tom Ragland,
he was relieved by Mike Strahler.
Strahler promptly allowed a wild
pitch, a walk to Buddy Bell, a bunt
single by Walt Williams which
scored the Tribe's third run of the
inning, and Chambliss' grand slam
blast.
Major League
Standings

By JOHN. KAHLER where, according to the Univer-j
CLOAKED in a secrecy secure sity's Sports Information service,,
beyond the wildest dreams of G. the Maize and Blue gridders con-
Gordon Liddy, Bo Schembechler's' sume some 40 gallons of "Wol-'
Wolverines completed their last verine-ade" each day.E
session of two-a-day practices yes- Only players, coaches, and train-
terday. The taciturn Schembechler, ers have been allowed inside the:
obviously seeking to give an im- practices. A similar rule will be in
pression of a man with several effect this Saturday, when the team'
surprises up his sleeves, declined will have a full-scale scrimmage'
to comment substantatively on the in the Stadium in preparation for
team's progress after the practice the season opener against Iowa.
was finished. Schembechler takes the Iowa:
The one safe conclusion which game quite seriously: previous:
can be reached is that the team Michigan openers have tended to
should be in shape when the sea- be less-than-impressive, and Iowaf
son opens. The temperature on Coach F. X. Lauterbur has put
the Tartan Turf has occasionally together an interesting collection;
climbed to 115 degrees, touching of sophomores and freshmen which;
off the squad's thirst to the point has considerable promise, to say;
Pirates axe Virdon;
Murtaugh netw boss

the least. ler may be forced to make some
SOME IOWA partisans are open- last-minute changes in his offensive
ly talking about a situation rem- strategy. A runner such as Chuck
iniscent of 1967, when the un- Heater, who doesn't have over-
heralded Indiana "Whiz Kids" whelming speed but compensates
came out of journalistic oblivion to with outstanding balance and tena-
tie for the Big Ten title and win city, is a "natural" for a ball-
the trip to Pasadena. An opening- control offense but will have
day victory over Michigan would trouble fending off the speedy Gil
Chapmans, Gordon Bells, Harry
NL a Bankses, and Rob Lyttles if a
game-breaker plan is decided upon.
Senior priority football tickets Similarly, a wide-open offense
go on sale today at 8:30 a.m. in ! would militate against the single-
Yost Fieldhouse. Those purchas- skill quarterbacks such, as Tom
ing tickets must have an I.D. Slade, and would give Kevin Casey
card showing either imprints or Larry Cipa the inside track in
Q43UZBD, number 0 to the right the race f r an understudy job
of the name, or a transcript behind Dennis Franklin.
copy showing that the student DEFENSIVELY, the major con-
is entitled to a senior-priority cr ilpoal ocnrt
("Group Four") seat. cern will probably concentrate
faround the middle guard and line-
go a long way toward bringing this barer are smal, quick Henry Hl
Hawkeye vision from hallucination types, but there's some doubt they
to reality, will be able to handle the job as
As for what Wolverine practices well as "The Great Pumpkin" did.
have included, only speculation is Furthermore, none of the avail-
the rule. In light of what happened able linebackers has the outstand-
in Columbus last year, it would be ing speed which helped make Mike
surprising if 'the team has not Taylor and Tom Kee such out-
spent some time working on the standing performers in the past.

PITTSBURGH (AT-September, a
bad month for managers, has
claimed another victim. Bill Vir-
don got axed yesterday by the
Pittsburgh Pirates and Danny
Murtaugh was named his succes-
sor.

he learned of the change. Others
appeared unconcerned, while some
seemed shaken, bystanders said.

The team knew something
wrong, sources added, when
don's gear was removed at
last minute from a truck that

was
Vir-
the
was

goal-line offense, an area which
received much attention during
spring drills several months ago.
During the scrimmages reporters
have been allowed to witness. the

The front four and defensive sec-
ondary are probably pretty solid,
but a failure at the linebacking
positions could result in Michigan
giving up more points than Wolver-

The announcement was made in to carry club equipment to the Michigan team has demonstrated ine fans are accustomed to watch-
a hastily called news conference airport, some talent at producing spectacu- ing
at Three Rivers Stadium by Joe 1 oetln tpouigsetc-ig
Lt BrwnRgeers aage of the Virdon, who had been Murtaugh's lar "big plays," but has had Practices are, of course, a poor
L. Brown, general anaclu, whh hright-hand man during the 1970-71 trouble generating the sort of ball- measure by which to gauge the
Nationagueague lady and mis- seasons, often served in place of control Shuttlesworth-up-the-middle performance of a team for It is
e vr sey star rght-fielder Murtaugh when the latter was side- offense which is the cornerstone of hard to predict how strong or weak
Robrto eente was killed in an lined with illness. He was the Schembechler's offensive theofies. any particular position will be when
rt lanecrash off Puerto Rico rteam's batting and outfield coach If this pattern continues for the it goes up against 'unfamiliar per-
ai 31,1972. from 1968-71. final week of practice, Schembech- sonnel. .
Dec. 3, 17. i
Brown said Murtaugh, 56, an -. -- - -
affable, cigar-chewing Irishman,
would remain as manager at least
through 1974.
Brown refused to discuss his rea-
sons for the shuffle, but said the
announcement was his "most dif-
ficult . . . in my 35 years of base-
ball."
The announcement was prompt-
ed by the recent failure of the
Pirates to gain on the first place
St. Louis Cardinals in the NationalN_
League East. The Pirates lost
three straight to the Redbirds in
their just-completed series.
.Virdon had been embroiled in
disagreements and feuds with key
Bucco players, particularly third-
baseman Rich Hebner and pitcher
Dock Ellis. We Shutter to Th k You Miht Miss ItL
sources close to the club said. One
bystander said catcher Manny San- r e ,!®®.® A O .i ®il giOl Ol+ 4pi Olig eg
guillen had tears in his eyes when
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
East

Baltimore
Boston
Detroit
New York
Milwaukee
Cleveland

W
79
77
74
71
67
61

L
57
63
67
68
72
81

Pct. GB
.581 -j
.550 4 !
.525 73
.507 10
.482 13%
.430 21

West
Oakland 81 51 .587 -"4
Kansas City 76 62 .551 'S
Chicago 69 70 .496 12%
Mnnesota 67 70 .4891l3%
California 62 72 .463 17
Texas 47 91 .341 34.
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 10, Detroit 4
New York 8, Milwaukee 6
Chicago 5, Minnesota 0 (7 innings)
Oakland at California night
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Probable Pitchers
Oakland (Odom 4-9 or Holtzman
20-11) at Texas (Hudson 4-3)
California (Ryan 16-15) at Kansas
City (Busby 14-12)
Chicago (Wood 22-18) at Minnesota
(Decker 9-6)
Baltimore (McNally 14-14) at Cleve-
land (G. Perry 15-18)
Milwaukee (Slaton 11-13) at New
York (McDowell 5-3)
Detroit (Perry 13-13) at Boston
(Pattin 12-13)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

AP Photo
Bob Didier recently of the Toledo Mud Hens is looking for another base to throw to after tagging out
Charlie Spikes of Cleveland to complete a wierd double play. The bogalousa Bomber had attempted
to score on Dave Duncan's forceout in the fourth inning. Seven Inclins were luckier than he, however,
as the Tribe broke the game open in that inning and went on to win, 4 over the Detroit Tigers.
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St. Louis
Montreal
Pittsburgh
New York
Chicago
Philadelphia

w
72
68
67
66
65
63

L
68
70
69
73
73
77

Pct.
.514
.493
.493
.475
.471
.454

GB
3
3
6;
9

West

Cincinnati
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Houston
Atlanta
San Diego
Yesterday's1
Montreal 5, Chicago 3

85 55
83 57
79 59
71 71
67 74
49 89
Results

.607 -
.593 2
.572 5
.500 15
.475 18%/
.355 35

San Diego at Los Angeles (night)
St. Louis (Wise 13-10) at Chicago
(Hooton 11-13)
New York (Matlack 11-15) and
Kobsman (10-12) at Montreal (Tor-
rez' 9-1) and Renke (12-13)
Pittsburgh (Kison 0-0) at Philadel-
phia (Brett 12-5)
Cincinnati (Grimsley 13-13) at At-
lanta (Schueler 7-7)
San Diego (Arlin 9-13) at Los An-
geles (Osteen 16-13)
Houston (Roberts 13-9) San Fran-
cisco (Marichal 1011)

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