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Wednesday, September 13, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Wednesday, September 13, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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By The Associated Press -
DETROIT - Light-hitting Ed
Brinkman clouted a two-run hom- Ja ily
er to send Detroit to a 3-2 vic-
tory over Baltimore last night,
snapping a four-game winning
streak and a three-game Tiger r-
losing string. NIGHT EDITOR:
The triumph moved the fourth- RICHARD STUCK ,
place Tigers within one game of
American League East leader
Boston, which lost to New York. loaded the bases before John Hil-
The Yankees and Orioles are tied ler came on to get the last two
for second, a half-game behind, outs.
in baseball's tightest race.
In the third inning, Brinkman, *osox buried
batting just .201, drilled his fourth
homer of the year following Aure- NEW YORK - Relief ace
ho Rodriguez' leadoff single off Sparky Lyle earned his 33rd save
l Pat Dobson, 1'-16.of the American League baseball
season last night as the New

Magic number: 21
The Michigan Daily Magic
Number staff welcomes back to
Ann Arbor all those baseball
fans who were not privileged to
keep up with the Tigers' magic
number this summer. Starting
back in May when the number
was 133 the Daily has recorded
its drop as the Bengals aim for
the top. We'll be keeping you in-
formed. Rah, rah Tigers!

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DETROIT'S EDDIE BRINKMAN crosses the plate after blasting his fifth homer of the season. The two
run shot helped boost the Tigers past the Baltimore Orioles, 3-2. Winning pitcher Woodie Fryman and
Aurelio Rodriguez wait to shake steady Eddie's hand.

York Yankees nipped the Boston
Red Sox 3-2, ending Luis Tiant's
string of seven consecutive com-
plete game victories.
Winner Fritz Peterson, 15-14,
took a 3-0 lead into the seventh but
was kayoed when Cal Yastrzem-
ski singled, Ben Oglivie homered
and Rico Petrocelli walked.
That brought on Lyle, who shut
off the Red Sox the rest of the
way.
New York had nicked Tiant for
a run in the first inning on con-
secutive two-out doubles by Bobby
Murcer and Ron Blomberg, giving
Peterson a quick lead.
In the fifth, Gene Michael walk-
ed, was sacrificed to second by
Peterson and scored on Roy
White's ground rule double for a
2-0 Yankee edge.
New York added another in the
sixth on singles by Celerino San-
chez, Michael and Peterson, to
knock out Tiant.

Birds
Royals roasted
KANSAS CITY - Dick Allen
drilled a two-run, first inning
home run last night, giving the
Chicago White Sox all the runs
they needed to beat the Kansas
City Royals 6-0.
Indians dumped
MILWAUKEE - Ollie Brown
brought home the winning run
with a sacrifice fly in the eighth
inning as the Milwaukee Brewers
took a 4-3 decision over the
Cleveland Indians in the first
game of an American League twi-
night baseball doubleheader yes-
terday.
Twins tumbled
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Matty Alou drove in four runs
and Rarold Knowles hurled one-
hit relief the last five innings as
the Oakland A's despite four er-
rors, subdued the Minnesota Twins
7-4 last night.
The victory maintained Oak-
land's two-game lead over the
Chicago White Sox in the West
Division of baseball's American
league.
Cubs crunched
CHICAGO - Rich Hebner, Ro-
berto Clemente and Rennie Sten-
nett each lashed three hits yes-
terday, leading the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates to a 7-0 victory over the
Chicago Cubs.
Mets maul
PHILADELPHIA - Rookie Lute
Barnes tripled home a pair of
fourth inning runs last night to
lead the New York Mets to a 4-3
National League baseball victory
over the Philadelphia Phillies.

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MICHIGAN ELEVENTH:
Southern Cal grabs
By The Associated Press means the worst we can be is
"We're No. 1. We're No. 1," 1-10," he said. "To assume any-a
chanted the UCLA Bruins after! thing else is foolish. Every team'
upsetting Nebraska 20-17 in their can beat another. I'm not positive

Baltimore had nailed Fryman
for a run in the first on Paul
Blair's solo homer.
Brinkman scored Detroit's win-
ning run in the seventh off Roric
Harrison on Dick McAuliffe's
poll lead double after having walked and
taken second on a single by Fry-
the best three teams in the nation man
-Nerasa, klhom an Cb- he rilesnicedFrymanfo
-Nebraska,Oklahoma and Colo- their second run in the ninth on a
rado. hit batsman, a walk and Andy
I never bought that Big Eight Etchebarren's single. Baltimore I
superiority," commented McKay
whose clubs have made five RoseI
Bowl appearances for the Pacific-8.
"You should just rate teams, not
leagues.'' Gd dI

season opener.
Only it wasn't UCLA but its
crosstown rival Southern California
which wound up voted No. 1 in
the' Associated Press poll this
week. The Trojans dumped Ark-
ansas, the pre-season No. 4 choice,
31-10.
"I'd like to thank UCLA for
knocking off the No. 1 team,"3
quipped John McKay, who natur-
ally was happy with the top rank-!
ing accorded his Trojans.
Southern Cal received 13 first-
place votes and 779 points from a!
nationwide panel of sports writers
and broadcasters and won a close
race with Colorado and Ohio State.
McKay doesn't boast and he
takes nothing for granted.
"The Arkansas victory merely
r The Top 20
1. Southern Californa 13 1-0 779
2. Colorado 12 1-0 769
3. Ohio State 5 0-0 710
4. Oklahoma 12 0-0 696
5. Alabama 1-0 523
6. Penn State 1 0-0 473
7. Tennessee 1 1-0 426
8. UCLA 4 ' 1-0 415
9. Louisiana State 0-0 375
10. Nebraska 1s0-1 344
11. Michigan 0-0 199
12. Washington 1 1-0 186
13. Arizona State 0-0 174
14. Notre Dame 0-0 162
15. Texas 0-0 132
16. Georgia 0-0 81
17. Arkansas 0-1 79
18. Purdue 0-0 55
19. Mississippi 0-0 43
20. Florida State 1-0 40
Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
betically: Air Force, Auburn, Boston
College, Dartmouth, Illinois, ;Indiana,
Iowa State, Louisville, Michigan State,
North Carolina, San Diego State, Stan-
ford, Syracuse, Texas.A&MTexas
Christian, West Virginia.

that if we played Arkansas again,
we'd win."
McKay has a winning career,
record and in 1962 and 1967 won;
top honors. He also believes that

Pickings

in 1969, when the only blemish was.. -.
a tie with Notre Dame, that his!
club wasdthe best in the nation.t N B A re
Colorado, also runner-up in theN B A e
preseason poll, received 12 first-
place ballots and 769 points follow- toe
ing a 20-10 triumph over Califor-L t dec
nia. Ohio State, which doesn't open
its season until Saturday, got five 1 )
No. 1 votes and 710 points. E rv 1 n ys

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With their first game less than two weeks away, the Daily Libels
again appear to be one of the "strongest" teams - it has been
adition with the Libels never to change anything until they lose,
ch includes taking a bath (and they haven't lost since 1907).
One of the all time greats who will be back for his third year is
nsive end Gorilla Greer, or at least most sane people consider
to be offensive.
Gorilla learned his football in the sewer behind his shanty man-
next to the greater downtown Detroit river under the watchful
of the Hurdy-turdy man who demonstrated the basics of tackling
kicking alley cats.
Smut and Dirt magazine picked Gorilla on its first gutter team.
If you would like to meet this outstanding Amerjcan, come on down
:he Daily Sports department and become one of his colleagues, or
east look at him through his cage bars while dropping' off your
dde Pickings for a free Cottage Inn Pizza.

Twelve first-place votes and 694
points went to Oklahoma, which
climbed from sixth to fourth. The
Sooners were national runners-up
last season.
Alabama replaced Penn State in
fifth* place by whipping Duke 35-12
while the Nittany Lions were idle.
Penn State, with one first-place
vote, slipped to sixth, followed by
Tennessee, which thrashed Georgia
Tech 34-3 and also earned one first-
place ballot.
UCLA, Nebraska's surprise con-
queror, took down four top' votes;
and was ranked eighth after fail-
ing to crack the preseason Top
Twenty. Louisiana State rose from
11th to ninth and Nebraska round-
ed out the Top Ten and even got
one first-place vote.
The other No. 1 ballot went to
Washington, 13-6 winner over Pa-
cific. The Huskies were 12th, be-
hind Michigan. The rest of the
Second Ten consisted of Arizona
State, Notre Dame, Texas, Geor-
gia; Arkansas,tPurdue, Mississippi'
and Florida State.
There were some preseason
thoughts that the Big-8 might have

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MILWAUKEE OP) - Milwaukee and
Bucks General Manager Wayne <
Embry said yesterday legal ad-
visors of the National Basketball to t
Association club are considering t t
the Julius Erving case in antici- at
pation of a meeting tomorrow with Grid
Atlanta Hawks officials and NBA 1.P
Commissioner Walter Kennedy.
Embry's comment came after a 2.
superior court judge in Atlanta had 3.
ruled yesterday t h a t Erving's 4.I
three-year contract with the Vir- S.I
ginia Squires of the American Bas- 6. D
ketball Association was voidable 7.P
and terminated. Ti8.I
Judge Ernest Tidwell said Erv- 9.
ing could play with the NBA 10. t
Hawks, who had signed him last s
spring. However, the Bucks made!
Erving their second round choice
in the NBA draft the day after the
young forward had signed with At-
lanta.
Kennedy had r u 1 e d several
months ago that the Bucks owned
draftrights to Erving. That ruling
was reaffirmed recently by the
NBA's Board of Governors, who
orderedtthe Bucks and Hawks to
work out a settlement.
The board further stipulated the
settlement had to be satisfactory
to Milwaukee.
"We have always acted in ac-
cordance with NBA constitution
and bylaws in regard to Julius
Erving," Embry said in a state-
ment.
"Atlanta apparently has violated
bylaws and the constitution and
the Board of Governors has direct-
ed them to make agreement with
us," Embry said. "Such an agree-
ment has not been made.
"Julius can report to Atlanta's
camp but the commissioner must
approve his contract before he can
play in a game. The commissioner
has not approved the contract to
our knowledge," Embry said.
A spokesman for Kennedy con-
firmed that the commissioner had
not yet approved the contract.

Cards crash i.. -f
MONTREAL--Coco Laboy drove
in four runs with a double, a homer
and an infield single, pacing Mon- CHCG' BUD BAD R, pic-ung AP Photo
treal to a 7-2 victory over St. Louis CHICAGO'S BUDDY BRADFORD, pinch-running for R
last night, giving the Expos sole Reichardt, slips and falls after being picked off first. Swooping in
possession of fourth place in the to make the tag is Kansas City first-baseman John Mayberry (7).
National League's East Division. The White Sox won the game, 2-1.
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Northwestern at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
UCLA at Pitt
South Carolina at Georgia Tech
Penn State at Tennessee
Toledo at Eastern Michigan
MSU at Illinois
Minnesota at Indiana
Iowa at Ohio State
Bowling Green at Purdue
Northern Illinois at Wiscon-
sin

11.
12.
13.
14.
1S.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Arizona State at Houston
Wyoming at Air Force
Duke at Washington
Washington State at
California
San Jose St. at Stanford
Baylor at Georgia
North Carolina at Maryland
Virginia Tech at Virginia
Villanova at Kentucky
Brockport State at
Slippery Rock

Sr

r Major Longue Standinss }

American League
East

National League
East

Boston
Baltimore
New York
Detroit
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Oakland
Chicago
Minnesota
Kansas City
California
Texas

w
73
74
74
73
63
55
80
78
69
63
51

L
62
64
64
64
74
83
57
59
67
69
72
84

Pee. GB
.541 -
.536 12
.536 %/
.533 1
.460 11
.399 19U

West

.584
.569
.507
.489
.467
.378

101
13
16
28

Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York
Montreal
St. Louis
Philadelphia
t incinnati
llouiston.
Los Angeles
Atlanta
Sa'i Franeisco(
San Diego

WV
87
475
71
64
64
49
84
76
73
64
60
51

L
48
62
64
72
74
88
53
60
63
74
77
83

Pct.
.644
.547
.526
.471
.464
.358
.613
.559
.537
.464
.438
.381

GB
13
16
23',/
2414
39
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10f~
20 '
24
311'

West

Results
New York 3, Boston
Milwaukee 4, Cleveland 3, 1st
Cleveland at Milwaukee 2nd, inc.
Oakland 7, Minnesota 4
Chicago 6, Kansas City 0
Detroit 3, Baltimore 2
Texas at California, inc.
Tonight's Games
Boston McGlothen 6-5 at New York
Gardner 7-5
Oakland Odom 13-5 at Minnesota
Goltz 3-1
Chicago Wood 24-13 at Kansas City
Jackson 1-2 or Murphy 4-2
Cleveland G. Perry 20-15 at Milwaukee
J. Bell 2-1
Baltimore McNally 13-14 at Detroit
Coleman 15-13
Texas Bosman 7-9 at California
Messersmith 6-9
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itltsburgh 7, Chicago 0
New York 4, Philadelphia 3
Montreal 7, St. Louis 2
Cincinnati 7, Atlanta 5
Los Angeles at San Francisco, inc.
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