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Page Eight


Saturday, October 14, 1972

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, October 14, 1972

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CINCINNATI ()-The Oakland crutches, won't play in the ser
C wwNA A's welcomed back one starter but at all.
conceded the loss of another yes- Charles 0. Finley, owner
terday on the eve of the opening the A's, received permission fro
game of the 1972 World Series the baseball commissioner to p
against the Cincinnati Reds. Allan Lewis on the Oakland r
The A's received word that short- ter to replace Jackson.
stop Bert Campaneris, suspended Lewis appeared in 24 gam
Seni or p ctures for the final three games of the with the A's and was used most
American League playoff, would be as a pinch runner.
allowed to participate in the Series Cincinnati Manager Sparky
a derson nominated 15-game winr
against the Reds. But slugger Gary Nolan to open the Ser
Reggie Jackson, hobbling on The A's countered with le
hander Ken Holtzman, a 19-ga
winner in his first season in
RETURN OF: American League.
Commissioner Bowie Kuhn n
fied Campaneris that he would
The Best of suspended for the first seven dE
of the 1973 season. The disciplin
:- .. . the First action was taken after Cam



ries "If this is a pulled hamstring
he said, "It's as serious as a hea
of attack. I'm in considerable pai
m I couldn't sleep last night an
ut there is no way I can play here.
os. Jackson was injured Thursda
as he slid home on the front en
ies of a delayed double steal, scorir
ly the A's first run in their pennan
clinching victory over Detroit.
An- "I feel I helped. The run
ner scored, I'm glad I scored, eve
ies. though I was hurt," said Jackson
eft- "This means a lot of extra mone
me for a lot of our guys. But I'll te
the you this. I'd trade all my sha
for a chance to play."
oti- The loss of Jackson means
be young George Hendrick will play
ays centerfield for the A's.
ary I
npy It also means a change in th,


against the Pirates. I just ran out
of gas. I feel good, confident."
Holtzman, who hurled a no-hitter
against Cincinnati while pitching
for the Chicago Cubs last season,
looked forward to seeing the Big
Red Machine again.
"We accomplished our main goal
by winning the American League
pennant," he said. "It's just a
thrill . . . a big thrill to be here."
Cincinnati manager Anderson
said he felt that the Reds,as
National League champs, had
taken a tougher road to the
Series than the A's.
"I'm not saying Oakland can't
beat us," explained Anderson.
"But I'm saying you can't com-
pare our league to theirs.
"Our league is tougher from top
to bottom. In this league, you can
go from first to fifth just like that.
The Giants did it this year and it
could happen to us next year.
"I'm not surprised that we beat
Pittsburgh for the pennant," An-
derson continued. "But I've never
seen a better team-not with my
eyes and not with my stomach."
Anderson, who has ulcers, gives
his tummy its next workout be-
ginning today.


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threw his bat at Detroit pitcher pitchng plans of Cincinati. A1n-
Lerrin LaGrow in the second game derson will start Ross Grimsley in
of the AL playoffs. Campaneris Sunday's second game and then go
had previously been suspended for to Jack Billingham for game three
the final three games of the play- Tuesday in Oakland and Don Gul-
offs and fined $500 by AL President' lett for game four. Billingham, a
Joe Cronin. I righthander, would not start if
In a prepared statement, which'Jackson, a left-handed hitter, were
In apreare sttemntwhih Ihealthy.
Campaneris did not see until news- hay
men handed it to him at the ball The A's pitching plans were
park yesterday, Kuhn called the also set. Jim "Catfish" Hunter
bat throwing "an extremely serious will be the second game starter
and intolerable act which requires and John "Blue Moon" Odom
a further penalty." goes in Tuesday's third game.
The commissioner added, how- Vida Blue will start game four
ever, "I have decided that sus- Wednesday.
pending him during the World Both Nolan and Holtzman were
Series would unfairly penalize excited about their roles as start-
his innocent teammates and ing pitchers in game No. 1.
would impair the ability of the
Oakland club to perform at its "It's a pleasure to play Oak-
best in the Series." jland," said Nolan, "in fact, it's a
Campaneris will lose approxi- pleasure to play anyone in the
mately $3,000 based on his current World Series. I won't have any
salary. A spokesman for baseball trouble getting up for this one. I
said that money would go to the know what's' at stake."
commissioner's office, although no Nolan was the starter in the
specific fine was mentioned in opening game of the 1970 World
Kuhn's statement. Series against Baltimore and lost
Campy looked over the statement that game, 4-3, "Our guys were
and said: a little young then," he said,
"I was worried I would not be "but we know now what we
able to play in the series. I am missed by not winning in 1970."
very happy. I think it is fair.' Nolan finished with a 15-5 record
One Oakland player who was but won only one game after the
not happy was Jackson. Strug- All-Star break. He had shoulder
gling around the dressing room and neck problems and was forced
on crutches, the bearded slugger to leave the third game of the
looked at his swollen leg and playoffs Monday after six innings
shook his head. tHe o
wAih Ia stiff.A LArm He onuned

AP Photo
OAKLAND'S REGGIE JACKSON looks mournfully at his team-
mates knowing he cannot compete in this year's World Series due
to an injury sustained in last Thursday's final playoff game in

Lacrossemen build strong unit

En joy It!

For a


From wire Service Reports
The University of Michigan la-
crosse team opens its abbreviate-
ed fall session today when it
hosts Purdue University at 10:00
a.m. on the Tartan Turf of Fer-
ry Field. Although the game does
not count in official league stand-
ings, the Wolverines look upon
the contest as more than a prac-
tice game and will be out to win
The game is a test for the re-
building Michigan lacrosse team
who have lost several key play-
ers, three of whom were all-Mid-
west for two consecutive years.
Michigan has had to rebuild its
attack around junior Don Hol-
man from Long Island, after the
departure of Skip Flanagan and
Carl Burns.
Holman, a starter on attack
for two years, teams up with
former goalie Bob DiGiovanni
and former midfielder - Dick
Dean. Despite the short time,
this group has worked together
their excellent play in the past

ing starters Pete Lodwick and
Bo Cooper, with newcomer Buck
Foot taking over the crease posi-
tion from the graduated Dave Fis-
cher. Backing up the starters are
Neal Shaver, Tom Murphy and
Mark Hafeli.
The biggest question mark for
Michigan is at midfield with the
loss of several veterans h'irting.
Returning are starters Dan Lam-
ble, John Spelman, Dennis Burd-
ziak, and Clark Bell. Filling out
the first three units are P e t e
Drehmann, a former defenseman,
and newcomers Jeff Mundth,
Scott Boyd, Robin Fals and John
Competition has ben keen for

the nine starting positions on the
midfield, and the undergraduates
may be ready to handle the job.
The Boilermakers list several
fine players on its squad, includ-
ing All-Midwest attackman Tom
Owens, and a former All-Ameri-
can from Johns Hopkins in the
goal. Purdue posted an impres-
sive 6-5 mark last year, their
first in intercollegiate club play,
and will of course be out to im-
prove on that record this season.
Michigan closes out its f a 11
season on October 28, hosting
a young Wayne State team, the
first contest ever between the
two clubs.


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himself ready for today's assign-
"There is nothing wrong with my
arm," he said. "I pitched well
Serieis Starters

Ruggers primed for
tight intrastate clash

Campaneris SS
Alou RF
Rudi LF
Epstein 1B
Bando 3B
Tenace C
Hendrick CF
Green 2B
Holtzman (19-11) P

Rose LF
Morgan 2B
Tolan CF
Bench C
Perez 1B
Menke 3E
Geronino RF
Noian (15-5) F


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promises to make them a very By JANET McINTOSH it has been hotly contested for.
potent unit. The Michigan Ruggers eagerly Steeby, who has a Masters de-
Backing up the starters will be await their chance to recover the gree from U of M, taught for
former All-Midwest goalie Jay coveted Webster Steeby Trophy forty years before recently retir-
Johnson and junior Terry Cot- from rival Michigan State this ing to his eighty acre farm. The
ter, returning from a one year afternoon at 1:30 as once again years haven't dulled his enthusiasm
absence from the game. they take to the turf of Palmer for the sport and he hopes to be
Field, hoping for their third win here to witness today's onslaught.
Cotters brother, Tim, a de- in a row. Steeby shouldn't be disappointed
fenseman for three years has The Steeby trophy dates back to this year by either team. MSU's
stepped into the goalkeeping posi- 1962 when Webster Steeby, an avid captain, Walt Larson thinks the
tion and superior stickhandling rugby fan, saw the University of Spartans have, "a bloody good
ability has given him a slight Michigan battling the Spartan chance of winning," and states that
edge over sophomore P a u 1 ruggers. To show his appreciation their team is really up for the
Smith. for the fine performances he wit- game. Plagued by injuries this
Providing the goalies with some nessed, he decided to reward the season, State still feels they have
security at defense are return- winner with a trophy. Since then a competent team.
The State ruggers come into the
contest with a season record of 2-2,
having lost their last two games to
Kalamazoo and Detroit. State's
power lies in their wing forwards,
Gary Pillette and Julian Doe, who
are fast, fit, and ferocious. John
Christellar, fullback of the Spartan
team, can also be counted on to
give his optimum performance.
Their scrum is basically strong
and follow the ball well, giving the
inexperienced backs the support
they need. The backs are weak in
their passing game and tend to
the field rather than
move across the e
dawn it.
The Michigan ruggers, spurred
on by the added challenge of re-
gaining the lost Steeby Trophy,
are determined to play their best
Ir'igby. Playing for the Blue are
Gary Anderson and Bob Jagonich
as props with Jagonich being per-
haps the most capable rugger
Michigan has in the loose rucks.
Hank Lukaski starts as hooker
- with Quint Lawson and Chris Pen-
oyer behind him in the second row
of the scrum. Walt Holloway com-
pletes the pack as Number Eight.
Vern Plato and John Anderson are
:" the wing forwards.
..Scrum half is Cleland Child,
backed up by Peter Hooper, Rory
O'Conner, John' Bohlke, and Ron
" Smith. Smith returns as wing after
AP Photo spraining his ankle against Detroit.
Low bridge He ranks among the Midwest's all-
Chicago's Norm Van Lier takes the low road to escape from stars a y thems an-
Detroit's Dave Bing in action last night. The Pistons came away gThe other wingeakaway position is rofilled.
with a 100-91 win over the Bulls for their first of the young National Brad Whitmore. Ross - Vickers
Basketball Association season. comes in as fullback.
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