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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 22, 1972

TOLAN, MORGAN, BENCH.....

Big

Red

ch ine

runs wild,

whips

Oukla.l-

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CINCINNATI (') -

Bobby Tolan

and Cesar Geronimo each drill
two-run singles as Cincinnat
slumbering attack exploded for fi
runs in the seventh inning and
8-1 romp over Oakland yesterd
that tied the 1972 World Series
three victories apiece.
The Reds, staring into the fa
of elimination for the second cc
secutive day, thus forced a sevent
game showdown for basebal
world championships. The decisi
final game will be played at
p.m., EDT, today with the A
scheduled to send John "BlI
Moon" Odom against the Re
Jack Billingham.
The first five games were all d
cided by one run in tight, ten
battles. But once the robust Re
attack got untracked, game No.
was no contest.
John Bench and Tony Per
power men of the Cincinnatic
fense, drove in their first runs
the series to build a 3-1 lea
Then the Reds got to Oakland p
chers and wrapped the gamet
with the five-run seventh.
Bench boomed a two-out hor
run into the second deck in le
field against A's starter Vida Bl'
in the fourth inning and the A
tied it temporarily in the fifth
Dick Green's two-out double.
Hal McRae opened the Red

led

fifth with a double to deep center- struck out. Pete Rose was walked
a ball that missed being a homer intentionally and Joe Morgan, who
1-~o pernaps -l nree ie.... Le came, - ...a1a.snappe._... -an -o- 4, series-

i' s by perhaps three feet. He came had snapped an 0-far-16 series
ive around on an infield out and Dave slump earlier, singled, scoring Con-
an Concepcion's sacrifice fly. cepcion.
ay The Reds, hungry for runs Rose raced to third and Morgan
at throughout the series, greeted Con- took second on the throw. Tolan fol-
cepcion like a hero in the dugout lowed with his second hit for two
ce i for his fly ball. But they had more more runs.
on- runs than that in their bats this That brought in Joe Horlen, the
th- day. last man available in the Oakland
l's bullpen Saturday. He didn't run
ve B flt+ in the way Locker had but Tolan
1 Bulletin still was on the run.
s CINCINNATI-A 70 per cent He swiped second, prompting
ue chance of rain was forecast for another intentional walk to Bench.
lSundays final game of the 1972 A wild pitch advanced the runners
World Series between the Oak- to second and third and Perez
de- land A's and Cincinnati Reds. walked, loading the bases.
se Temperatures were expected to That brought up Cesar Geronimo,
ds' be in the low 50s. a defensive replacement for Mc-
6 Rae at the start of the inning. He
Cincinnati knocked out Blue in ripped another single for two more
ez, the sixth with two out when Tolan runs, wrapping up the rally.
of- singled. After Blue threw two balls Through it all, A's owner Charles
of to Bench, Manager Dick Williams 0. Finley, wearing his garish green
id. brought in Bob Locker to relieve. jacket and gold slacks, slumped
it- Locker came running in from the in his seat next to the Oakland
up bullpen. dugout. Every so often, he would
He might have given Tolan an glance down at the A's bullpen,
ne idea with that act. Anyway, t h e looking for help. But there was no
eft Cincinnati speedster stole second, one available.
ue prompting a fourth ball intention- The A's top reliever, Rollie Fing-
's ally wide to Bench. Perez follow- ers, had worked 4% innings Friday
on ed with a single to left scoring and the only other Oakland arms
Tolan who was in the process of were starters Ken Holtzman, who
is' stealing third fora 3-1 Reds' edge. pitched seven tough innings Thurs-
The A's made one last move at day, and Jim "Catfish" Hunter,
the Reds in their half of the sev- who also pitched Friday.
enth when Angel Mangual open- They'll all be in the bullpen for
ed with a single. Two outs later, the decisive seventh game Sunday.
bi Manager Sparky Anderson brought Morgan, who said before t h e
in lefty Tom Hall, his fourth pit- game he was particularly deter-
0 cher of the game. mined to hit Oakland pitcher Vida
i Blue because of remarks B lu e
z Hall struck out pinch-hitter Dave made downgrading the Reds, was
i Duncan to end the inning and the quietly pleased with his two hits.
o Reds then sent 10 men to the plate "Vida's a fine pitcher, I'm
2 to wrap it up in their half of the sure," Morgan told a flock of re-
0o seventh. porters. "But we faced -Philadel-
o Seldom-used Dave Hamilton came phia's Steve Carlton all through
0 out of the bullpen to start the in- the year, and he's the best left-'
0 1ning and with one out, Concepcion handed pitcher iln baseball. We're
s singled and stole second as H a 11 I used to seeing good pitching.

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AP Photo
JOHNNY BENCH UNCORKS a long drive into the left field seats off Vida Blue in the fourth, start-
ing the Reds on their way to yesterday's 8-1 rout of the A's. Today baseball ends with flourish and
the seventh game in Cincinnati.
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OAKLAND

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p.m.-333 Union

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M. Alon rf
Rudi If
Epstein lb
Bando 3b
Mangual cf
Tenace a:
L. Green 2b
Marquez ph
Kubiak 2b
Blue p
Locker ip
Mincher ph
Duncan ph
Hamilton p
Horlen p
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T. Perez lb
McRae rf
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AP Photo
Leroy Moss (now there's a well known halfback) scoots through
the Notre Dame defense on his way to the first score by the Mis-
souri Tigers. Notre Dame, ranked third in the Midwest by those
pundits at Sports Illustrated, found those rugged Tigers, 62-0
victims at the hands of Nebraska, too much to handle and died a
natural death, 30-26.

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Stampeding Buffs gore Sooners

E-Mangual. LOB-Oakland 7, Cin-
cinnati 5. 2B--Morgan, D. Green, Mc-
Rae. 3B-Concepcion. HR-Bench 1. SB
-Tolan 2, Concepcion. SF-Concepcion.

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Great Paper!

By The Associated Press Oklahoma got past Colorado's 40-
BOULDER, Colo. - Colorado's yard line only twice - on a Color-
fired-up defense intercepted three ado fumble that led to the Soon-
passes and recovered a fumble ers' first touchdown and on a
while quarterback Ken Johnson desperation scoring drive late in
sparked the offense through t h e the final period.
air as the ninth ranked Buffaloes Johnson, hiting tight end J. V.
upset No. 2 Oklahoma 20-14 in Big Cain and wingback Jon Keyworth
Eight football yesterday. on two passes in the third period,
Colorado bunced back from a 7-0 directed the Buffaloes into Okla-
halftime deficit with a pair of third- homa territory, only to have sopho-
quarter touchdowns, and barefoot more tailback Gary Campbell fum-
kicker Fred Lima added two field ble the ball away at the Sooner 10-
goals in the final period as t he yard tine
Buffs dominated the previously un- The Sooners had to punt on the
beaten Sooners. ensuing series, and Campbell re-
ir

deemed himself two plays later, a long Clements pass at the 44-yard
taking a pitchout and rambling 43 line and ran it back to the 15 to
yards down the right sideline for thwart the drive.
the first Buffs TD. Lima's extra- Missouri scored each time it had
point try was wide and Colorado the ball in the first half. T h e
still trailed 7-6. )Tigers gambled on fourth-down
But the Sooners couldn't move five times in the first two quar-
the football on their next possession ters and made the needed yard-
from the eight, and a high center age on each attempt. All three
snap on a punt attempt sent punter first-half touchdowns came on
Joe Wylie into the end zone, where fourth-down plays.
he barel g ot off anas that was * *

11 dCy gV U1 p ~ssLA d
intercepted by Colorado's Cullen
Bryant and returned to the Okla-I
homa 18.

Tigers tame N. D.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Fullback
Don Johnson scored two touch-
downs and place-kicker Greg Hill,
booted three field goals yesterday
as Missouri upset eight-ranked
Notre Dame 30-26.
The loss was Notre Dame's first
in five games this season, while
Missouri evened its record at 3-3.
The Tigers, aided by Notre Dame?
errors, dominated the action mosti
of the game until the final Irish
rally.
Notre Dame got the ball with just
over two minutes to go, but Mis-
souri back Mike Fink intercepted

8 to 1 1 :30 Sunday, October 22

Enjoy It:

Prisons and Prisoner

Vols choke
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Third-
ranked Alabama scored two touch-
downs within a 36-second span of
the final two minutes, the last a
22-yard run by Terry Davis, to de-
feat 10th-ranked Tennessee 17-10
yesterday in a Southeast Confer-
ence football game.
Trailing 10-3 and apparently
whipped, Alabama marched 48
yards for the tying touchdown
which came on Wilbur Jackson's
two-yard plunge with :48 left in
the game.
* *4 *
Huskers Humm
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Quarter-
back David Humm fired a school
record four touchdown passes, one
a 72-yarder to jitterbug J o h n n y
Rodgers, as fifth-ranked Nebraska
rolled over Kansas 56-0 with a daz-
zling display of almost flawless
football finesse yesterday.
Nebraska toyed with the J a y-
hawks through' a scoreless'first
quarter, shuffling 38 players into
the initial 5 minutes of action, and
broke out with a four-touchdown
barrage in the second period.
Humm, the glittering sophomore,
cut loose with a 30-yard strike to
Frosty Anderson with 11 minutes,
24 seconds left in the half and the
rout was on.
Huskies howitzered
LOS ANGELES - Anthony Dav-
is ran for two touchdowns a n d
Sam Cunningham plunged for two
more yesterday as top-ranked
Southern California hammered
Washington and the. Huskies' young
quarterbacks 34-7 in a Pacific-8
Conference football game.

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With all the talk about crime
and criminals during this, elec-
tion campaign, one of the most
important aspects of Michi-
gan's crime problem has gone
largely unremarked. Namely,
prisons andprisoners. But
while the other candidates
have gone on at great lengths
with the campaign's crime
catchword, "Victimless Crimes,"
one candidate has addressed
himself forcefully and directly
to the much more basic issue
of prison reform. The candi-
date is Mike Renner, Republi-
can. Here's where he stands:
"The most glaringly obvious
cause of Michigan's high crime
rate s the inability of our sys-
tem of penal institu-
tions to "cure" or re-
habilitate the criminal.
An extraordinarily
high percentage of vi-
olent crimes and seri-
ous felonies are com-
mitted by persons with
previous convictions.
"We can draw one

ing, education, placement ser-
vices and medical care.
"Only then will our prisons
return to society people who
are prepared to cope with and
contribute to everyday life and
to become productive,brather
than destructive, members of
society."
Remember this when you
hear the other candidates talk-
ing about 'victimless crimes"
Remember it when you get
ready, to choose your next
State , Representative. Then
choose Renner, the practical
alternative.

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