Tuesday, April 16, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By The Associated Press fifth inning off Boston starter
BOSTON -- Veteran Norm Cash Reggie Cleveland, 0-1, who was
mashed his first home run of the making his first American League
eason and Joe Coleman pitched appearance since being traded by
three-hitter in the Detroit Tigers' St. Louis in the off-season.
0 Patriots' Day baseball victory Boston threatened to score in
ver the Boston Red Sox yester- the second inning when catcher
ay. Bob Montgomery led off with a
The triumph snapped a three- walk and Bernie Carbo was hit
ame losing streak for the Tigers. by a pitch, but a force-out at
Coleman, 2-0, has given up third base and a double play
only five hits in his last two out- got Coleman out of the jam.
ings. He beat the New York Cash still finds baseball loaded
Yankees 4-1 in Detroit April 11 with surprises.
on a two-hitter. "Baseball's a funny game," he
Cash's home run came in the said in the dressing room. "They
beat the heck out of us three second baseman Ted Sizemore held
games and then we come back to on to the ball, carrying the Phila-
win 1-0." delphia Philies to a 3-2 National
* * * League victory over the St. Louis
Brewers win Cardinals last night.
MILWAUKEE - A two-run sin- Cash drew a one-out walk and
glWAUKEPedr -arciaandtro s-moved to second on Bowa's sin-
gle by Pedro Garcia and a throw- gle. Then Unser singled off Size
ing error by Baltimore starter mle'sTgnUve riediofCasiz
Mik Culla keedafie-rn sc-more's glove to drive in Cash
Mike Cuellar keyed a five-run sec- and Bowa continued on around
ond inning and sparked the Mil- to home when he saw the second
waukee Brewers to a 6-1 victory baseman holding onto the base-
over the Orioles last night in ball.o
American League action. Reggie Smith hit his first two
Southpaw Clyde Wright sur- National League home runs in the
vived a shaky second inning to game. The first had tied the game
pitch a four-hitter and win his 1-1 in the top of the seventh, and
second baseball game in as many the second cut the Phils' lead to
starts for Milwaukee. 3-2 in the ninth inning.
Bob Coluccio singled and Dar- Philadelphia had taken a 1-0 lead
rel Porter walked to trigger the in the second. Mike Anderson sin-
Brewers' second. Cuellar fielded gled, raced to third on a hit-run
Robin Yount's bunt and tried for single by Bob Boone and scored as
a force out at third, but he threw Mike Schmitt grounded into a dou-
wildly and Coluccio scored. ble play.
Don Money and Ken Berry fol- *
lowed with run - scoring singles. Padres sin
After a sacrifice, George Scott was
intentionally walked to fill the ATLANTA - Knuckleballing Phil
bases and Garcia delivered his two- Niekro baffled San Diego on four
out single to chase Cuellar. hits last night and struck out 13 in
* * 1 leading the Atlanta Braves to a
The Braves jumped on starter
Randy Jones, 0-3, for two runs in
the opening inning on Dusty Bak-
er's sacrifice fly and a run-scoring
hit by Dave Johnson. They added
another in the second on Johnny
Gates' RBI single.
Braves superstar Henry Aaron,
who grounded out twice and walk-
ed, left the game after five inningswif
when his right shoulder stiffened.~
Aaron has three hits in 21 trips
to the plate this season-all of
them home runs.
* * *
HOUSTON-Larry Dierker tossed
a three-hitter and Lee May and
Ollie Brown hit home runs to carry
the Houston Astros to a 3-1 victory
over the San Francisco Giants last
May's second home run of the
National League baseball season
broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth and?'
Brown hit his first of the season
in the seventh.
Dierker, attempting a comeback
from last year's arm troubles,
struck out eight and walked two
to win his second game against no
The Giants scored a run in the
first on Gary Matthews' single fol-
lowing Bobby Bonds' single, and
a hit batter.
paddle ball nationals
By JEFF LIEBSTER
T~HIS YEAR, for the second time in its 13 year history, the
National Paddleball Championships will be held in the
Intramural Building of the University of Michigan. Singles and
doubles competition will take place in Open, Master's and
Ann Arbor is the place where paddleball originated. Back
in 1930, a gentleman named Earl Riskey was shaving a tennis
ball and soon invented what turned out to be one of the nation's
most popular new games. Ann Arbor has remained the paddle-
ball capital of the world as the game evolved to its present state.
The top seed in this year's Open singles is defending
champion Steve Keeley from San Diego, Calif. His top
challenger should be 1972 champ, Dan McLaughlin, a former
Michiganstudent from Flint.
In the Master's doubles competition, the favorites are Ann
Arbor's own Steve Galetti and Rod Grambeau, Sr. Rod is the
director of the Intramural department and father of a former
Michigan football star who bears his name.
Action begins Thursday evening at 6 p.m. and runs through
Sunday afternoon. The finals in each division will be held be-
ginning at noon on Sunday. Dick Pitcher, the Tournament
Director, encourages anyone who is interested in witnessing
the action to come down to Hoover Street. Admission is free.
IM sports finish up ... .
IT APPEARS that Mother Nature might give us all a break l
and let the Woman's All-Campus tennis tournament proceed.
The girls are finishing up on Thursday. The semi-finals and s
finals will be held at 4:00 and 5:30 respectively on Palmer
In other action this week, the Bombers won the IndependentI
division volleyball title. East Quad took it all in the Residence 1
Hall volleyball finals and the Sorority division crown is still atf
Down at the IM Building, the men are wrapping up their
season this week with the volleyball finals. Last night, Van
Duren house shutout Taylor 4-0 to capture the 'A' Residence
Hall title. In Residence Hall 'B', the men from Van Duren
made it a clean sweep as they vanquished Williams 4-2.
In the Independent division, OTI, a team which uses onlyl
two players, meets the Titanixs later this week. For the Fra-
ternity league crown, Phi Gamma Delta meets Kappa Sigma,
and in the Co-Rec division, it's the Titanixs again, this time,
taking on highly successful Fizz Ed.
Despite the fact that it was the rookie season and the
publicity and turnout were light, IM pocket billiards was
well organized and enjoyable. In the Independent finals, F
Alka Hall handed Frank Gillespie's Ubermensch one of
their most decisive defeats.2
Law Gold doesn't only play basketball, as they downed Delta
Sigma to take the Graduate division title in this gentleman's
game. The winners of both divisions will meet this week to;
decide who's the All-Campus champ.
Professional League Standings
Philadelphia 5 3 .625 1
AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 3 2 .600 1
NewYork 2 5 .286 3%
~East Pittsburgh 1 7 .125 5
PHILADELPHIA - Del Unser
drove in Dave Cash from second
base with an eighth-inning slingle,
and Larry Bowa also scored when
6-0 National League triump
It was the third straigh
tory for the unbeaten N
who had a quick. 3-0 lead
CRIME DOESN'T PAY! Mickey Stanley wasn't the first to find out as his attempt to steal second
base was foiled by Bob Montgomery's peg in the third inning of the Tiger's fourth victory yesterday.
Joe Coleman overpowered the Red Sox at Fenway, allowing only 3 hits in Detroit's 1-0 win.
By LEBA HERTZ
Burt Smith tasted a little revenge.
yesterday as Coach Brian Eisner's
Michigan tennis team plowed un-'
der Michigan State's Spartans,
9-0, at the Liberty Racquet Club.
The Wolverines, who practiced
at the racquet club during the win-
ter, played there duesto inclement
weather and never lost a set. "We
didn't lose a match," mEisnerI
smiled. "That makes me very.
THE VICTORY wasn't unexpect-
ed: Michigan State had already
lost to Iowa and Minnesota, 7-2,
and 5-4, respectively.But the vic-
tory kept one of the Wolverines,
goals intact this season. Eisner
claims that "One of the team's#
goals is to win all Big Ten matches
by a 9-0 score. So far so good."
Vic Amaya, who has been trou-
bled by injuries, managed to 'de-I
feat Jarry Stark decisively, 6-4,;
Eric Friedler and Fred DeJesus,
the number two and three singles
men, outplayed their respectiveI
opponents (Joe Fodul and Dane
Williams) with tallies of 6-2, 6-2
for Friedler and 7-6, 6-3 for De-
Michigan's Jeff Miller overpow-
ered State's Brian Smith and won
The man Eisner praised most
was Jerry Karzen. "I think that
Karzen has played extremely well
. both singles and doubles. He's
been doing a great job the last two
or three matches."
tiunity on the playing surface," Purdue and three tough independ- 1
Eisner noted. "I wish we could play ent teams, UCLA, USC, and South-
outside so we can get used to one ern Illinois. USC and UCLA have
surface and therefore play even finished in the top five the last few
better. This Friday we play at years and Southern Illinois is re-
Northwestern, and again we have garded as the best indepenent ten-
a different surface." nis team in the Midwest.
The win yesterday at Liberty
BESIDES PLAYING Northwest- Racquet Club was most encourag-
ern on the road, the Wolverines ing for the Wolverines. Their sev-
play six other roadgames before enth Big Ten Championship looks
returning home. Included in this
away series are three Big Ten probable, and who knows, maybe
teams - Wisconsin, Illinois, and a national title.
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1. Vic Amaya (M) d. Jarry Stark
(MSU), 6-4, 6-4.
2. Eric Friedler (M) d. Joe Fodui
(MSU), 6-2, 6-2.
3. Fred DeJesus (M) d. Dane Wil-
liams (MSU), 7-6, 6-3.
4. Jeff Miller (M) d. Brian Smith
(MSU), 6-0, 6-2.
5. Jerry Karzen (M) d. Robert Glich-
nan (MSU), 6-3, 6-3..
6. Jim Holman (M) d. Tom Gidilisky
(MSU), 6-2, 6-3.
THE WOLVERINES' final sin-I
gles victory came as Jim Holman
deeated Tom Gudilsky 6-2, 6-3.
The doubles turned out to be as
easy as the singles as Amaya and
Friedler downed Stark and Fodul,
6-3, 6-2; Karzen and DeJesus de-
feated Williams and Smith 6-0, 6-3;
and Kevin Senich and Holman out-
classed Gudilsky and Rick Zabor
Eisner's only complaint was that
the Wolverines haven't been play-
ing on the same type of surface
"I wish we could have some con-
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I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1. Amaya, Friedler (M) d. Stark,
j odul (MSU), 6-3, 6-2.
2. Karzen, DeJesus (M) d. Williams,
Smith (MSU), 6-0, 6-3.
3. Senich, Holman (M) d. Gudilisky,
Zabor (MSU), 6-1, 6-1.
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Capetown University, with the Capetown Bar 1957-
66 doing mostly Civil Rights work. His work led to
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1966 when he was given an "exit permit" to Eng-
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