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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 8, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 8, 1972

A's,

Pirates

capture

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PITTSBURGH PIRATE center- ~ 'W'
with a triple during the first .: ,
fielder Al Oliver slides into third
inning of yesterday's National
League playoff 5-1 win over the
Cincinnati Reds.
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Oliver paces Pirates
with homer 3 RBIs
PITTSBURGH (1) - Steve Blass, passed ball then Oliver knocked in
with ninth-inning help from Ra- Stennett with a clothes-line triple
mon Hernandez and supported by up the left center field alley as
Al Oliver's triple, two-run homer center fielder Tolan skidded on the,
and three RBI, pitched Pittsburgh wet field attempting to cut off the
to, a 5-1 decision over the Cincin- ball.
nati Reds yesterday to give the After Roberto Clemente struck
Pirates a 1-0 lead in the National out looking, Willie Stargell drove in
League playoffs. his first .run since Sept. 14 with
Blass, working with an ineffec- a double against the right field.
tive fastball that little Joe Morgan fence that gave Pittsburgh a 2-1
blasted for a home run in the first lead.
inning, went to his changeup to RICHIE HEBNER was the third
work out of numerous jams by left-hander to drive in a run off
forcing the power-hitting Reds to hit the Cincinnati southpaw, as he
harmless fly balls. Only two of the smashed a line drive single to right,
Cincinnati outs were on ground giving the Pirates an early 3-1 r
balls. advantage.
HsOliver gave the Pirates a 5-1 lead
He pitched out of serious trouble i h it ihatornhmr
in the sixth and seventh and thenintefthwhato-uhmr
had toeavxth gamsevnthe nithn on Gullett's first offering to him.
had to leave the game in the ninthThbatwhhcrrd erte
whn heRes u mn n irtThe blast, which carried over the ..
ahn tseondsputmn on falk t J right-center field barrier, followed
and second on a walk to Joe a two-out single by Stennett.,
Hag hen Blass igvent to a 2s0 Today Pirates' ighthanders Jack o a
count on the dangerous Morgan, Billingham of Cincinnati and Bob .
in came the Pirates' lefthanded Moose of Pittsburgh will be the
reliever Hernandez to save the starting pitchers in the second DETROIT TIGER SECOND BA
game while a near-capacity game of the National League play- bles Reggie Jackson's easy group
crowd of 50,476 stood up and offs. Billingham had a 12-12 record day's American League playoff
cheered. during the regular season, while inay's.Aeia eau lyf
Oliver led the attack as the Pi- Moose was 13-10. inings.
rates scored all their runs in two
innings. He pounded a run-scoring A UBURN RAPS REBELS:
triple in a three-run first and a
two-run homer in the fifth. All
the Pirates'nrunsnwere knocked in
by left-handers off Cincinnati's
young southpaw, Don Gullett, who1 st r
lasted only six innings.
rv. After Rose lifted a fly to left By The Associated Press thony Davis plunged over from
for the game's first out, Morgan STANFORD, Calif. - Top-ranked one yard out to put USC ahead to
tore into a string-straight fastball Southern California, helped by a stay 20-13.
for a 350-foot home run to right bad center snap, cracked a tie at Haden, replacing senior M i k e
center field, giving Cincinnati a the end of the first half and sopho- Rae at quarterback in the t h i r d
1-0 lead. more quarterback Pat Haden ran quarter, directed the Trojans to a
Just as quickly, the Pirates and passed the Trojans to a 30-21 field goal of 37 yards by Rae in,
reached Gullett. Leadoff man Ren- football victory over Pacific-8 con- the third quarter and put the game
nie Stennett singled sharply up ference nemesis Stanford yester- out of reach with 5:40 to play on a
the middle, moved to second on a day. four-yard touchdown pass to Lynn
The Trojans, 5-0, avenged vic- Swann. *
tories by the Rose Bowl-bound
Stanford team the past two years Tigers trounce
Billiard, Exhibition with the turning point play coming JACKSON, Miss. - Quarterback
on Bill Reid's snap oved punter Randy Walls scored one touchdown
Tomorrow 4 p.m. & 6 p.m. Dave Ottmar's head with 1:31 left and passed to wingback Thomas
STEVE MIZERAK, JR. in the second quarter. Gossom for another Saturday to
U.S. Open 1970-71-72 The ball went 36 yards back to power underdog Auburn to a 19-
the Stanford five where James 13 Southeastern Conference foot-
UNION BALLROOM Sims tackled the Cardinals' punt- ball victory over the Mississippi
ADMISSION FREE ed after he recovered the ball. Rebels.
Three plays later tailback An-
NEW SUPELCO CATALOG AVAILABLE
N C M TOG A PH Y UPPLESThe vaunted Auburn defense say-
CHROMA TOGRAPHY SUPPLES, ed the triumph in the closing min-
LIPID STANDARDS, utes. The Rebs drove from their
PESCTIiDE CTA N I DA R D3 to the Tigers 6 on the passing

AP Photo
SEMAN DICK McAULIFFE bob-
ider in the sixth inning of yester-
game won by Oakland, 3-2 in 11

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Ianford
~8 yards with the second half kick-
off, connecting with Wayne Wheel-
6r on a 39-yard scoring pass and
later capped an 80-yard march by
sneaking over from the one.
* * *
V ols victorious
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Haskel Stan-
back charged for three touch-
downs yesterday to help power
10th ranked Tennessee to a 38-7
football victory over cross-state riv-
al Memphis State.
Quarterbacks Condredge Hollo-
way and Gary Valbuena alternated
at the Volunteer helm, but Stan-
back was the weapon that broke
the back of Memphis State. He
collected both Tennessee touch-
downs, in the first half, crashing
over on runs of 3 and 4 yards.
* * *
Buffs bash
MANHATTAN, Kan. - M a r k
Cooney, a gangling 224-pound tack-
le, fled 69 yards with an inter-
ception for a fourth quarter touch-
down that gave 12th-ranked Color-
ado the life it needed to defeat
Kansas State 38-17 Saturday in a
Big Eight Conference football
game.
Cooney's theft of a deflected
pitch by Dennis Morrison came just
when the Wildcats were driving to
erase the last of what had been
a 21-3 advantage the Buffs built,
on a flurry of three second-period
touchdowns.
* * *
Crimson crunch
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Quarter-
back Eric Crone sprinted for a
touchdown on Harvard's first play
from scrimmagerand the Crimson
capitalized on Boston University's
numerous first half mistakes yes-
terday for a 33-14 victory before
5,000 rain-soaked football fans.
The Crimson, rebounding from
an opening loss to Massachusetts,
scored 24 points in the opening'per-
iod and added another 7 at the out-
set of the second quarter to hand
the BU Terriers their fourth con-
secutive defeat.

Kaline 's
miscue
fatal
OAKLAND () - Rookie
Gonzalo Marquez drilled a
dramatic 11th - inning single,
driving home the tying run,
and Al Kaline's bad throw al-
lowed the winner to score as
the Oakland A's rallied for a
3-2 victory over Detroit in the
opening game of Baseball's
American League playoffs
yesterday.
The end came with lightning
suddenness and Kaline, who in the
top of the 11th had cracked a tie-
breaking home run, giving the
Tigers a 2-1 lead, became the goat
instead.
Marquez, who had delivered sev-
en pinch hits in 15 at-bats since
being called up from Iowa of the
American Association in August,
set Charles 0. Finley's exploding
scoreboard into action with his big
hit.
Kaline's one-out homer against
reliever. Rollie Fingers snapped
a 1-1 tie, then the Tigers almost
added to the edge when Duke
Sims followed with a triple. But
Fingers got out of the jam and
the A's came to bat against grit-
ty Mickey Lolich.
Sal Bando opened with a single
and John "Blue Moon" Odom
came in to run for the A's captain.
With the Detroit infield looking
for a bunt, Mike Epstein looped a
single to left. Odom tripped at
second base and was forced to
stop. That finished Lolich and
brought on Chuck Seelbach.
Mike Hegan ran for Epstein and
Gene Tenace tried to sacrifice.
But Aurelio Rodriguez grabbed the
bunt and forced Odom at third.
The throw to first narrowly miss-
ed doubling up Tenace.
A's manager Dick Williams
went for a pinch hitter and his
choice was Marquez, a young in-
fielder who speaks no English.
Marquez, who batted .381 in
23 games, mostly as a pinch hit-
ter, drilled a hit past first baseas
Norm Cash made a futile dive for
the ball.
HEGAN RACED home with the
tying run and Kaline rifled his
throw to third where Tenace was
sliding in. But the ball bounced
past Rodriguez, Tenace hustled to
his feet and dashed home with the
deciding run.
This was a game the Tigers
could have won two or three times.
They got the early jump when
Cash ripped a leadoff homer in
the second inning against Jim
"Catfish" Hunter. It was Cash's
first homer since Aug. 13.
The A's balanced that run in
the third when Bert Campaneris
walked, raced to third on Matty
Alou's looping single and scored
on Joe Rudi's sacrifice fly.
That tied it at 1-1 and it stayed
that way as Hunter retired 15 bat-
ters in order and Lolich held the
A's in check.
Then, 'in the Tiger eighth, Ed
Brinkman opened with a double.
Lolich, couldn't move the runner
as he struck out. Then Dick Mc-
Auliffe popped up and Kaline end-
ed the threat with a ground out.
An inning later, Detroit again
got the leadoff man to third when
Sims doubled and went to third
on Cash's sacrifice bunt and Ted
Kubiak's error but couldn't score.

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and running of quarterback Mor-
ris Weese but were pushed back
to the 15 before surrendering the
ball on downs.
Tide tops
ATHENS, Ga. - Terry Davis
I passed for one touchdown and
scored another following long third
period drives yesterday as fourth-
ranked Alabama survived a long
surge and whipped Georgia 25-7 in
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