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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 16, 1977-Page T7#

GUIDRY FIRES FOUR HITTER

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By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES-Reggie Jackson
touched off a three-run New York rally
with a double and, two at bats later,
walloped a home run, backing the
brilliant four-hit pitching of Ron Guidry
and leading the Yankees to a 4-2 victory
over the Dodgers in yesterday's fourth.
game of the 1977 World Series.
The victory gave the Yankees a
commanding 3-1 advantage in the best-
of-seven series and one triumph away
from their first World championship
since 1962..

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After the Yankees had beaten
Dodgers ace Tommy John in Game 2,
Los Angeles Manager Tom Lasorda
gambled on sore-armed Doug Rau to
get Los Angles even yesterday.
RAU HAD pitched only one inning
since hurting his arm while throwing.
batting practice before the final game
of the regular season Oct. 2. The gam-
ble backfired quickly when the Yankees
ganged up on the left-hander for three
runs in the second inning.
Jackson started the rally, ripping
Rau's second pitch of the inning into the

lodgers4-2
moved t hird.
left-field corner for a double. Loum th r d E
Piniella, the Yankees' leading hitter in right, scoring Chambliss with the third
the Series smacked a single to right Yankees run.
field, chasing home Jackson and the Guidry, ren
game's first run. Guidry, relying on an explosive fast-
Next was Chris Chambliss, who, like, ball did not allow a hit until the third in-
Jackson, had not hit an extra-base hit ning when, with two out, Rhoden drilled
since the end of the regular season, a double that bounced into the left-field
snapped that slump with a double to left stands. That brought up Dave Lopes,
field that sent Piniella racing to third. who smacked a home run over the cen-
That finished Rau. Rick Rhoden terfield wall to put the Dodgers on the
came on to get Graig Nettles on an RBI scoreboard.
,grounder to second base as Chambliss Except for Jackson's shot, Rhoden
~gronde tosecnd bse s Cambissworked seyen outstanding innings of
relief. He permitted just one other hit,
struck out five and walked none.

BIG TEN R'OUNDUP:

OSU struts past Iowa

NEW YORK
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diverscf ....4 0 1 0
Randolph 2b .... 4 0 0 0
Munson c ....... 4 0 1 0
Jacksonorf ...... 4 2 2 1
Blairrf.......0 0 0 0
Piniella If ...... 4 1 1 1
Chambliss1b...3 1 1 0
Nettles3b.....3 0 0 1
Dentss.......30 1 1
Guidry p...2 0 0 0

By The Associated Press'
IOWA' CITY, Iowa - Quarterback
Rod Gerald ran for two touchdowns,
fullback Paul Campbell added another
and kicker Vlade Janakievski booted
two field goals to give Ohio State a 27-6
victory over Iowa yesterday.
The No. 5-rated Buckeyes out-
muscled Iowa on defense, picking off
three passes to raise their season total
to 16 interceptions, tops in the nation.
Janakievski opened the scoring with
a 25-yard field goal late in the first
quarter. Gerald raced 44 yards for a
touchdown midway through the second
period, and Janakievski kicked a 28-
yarder as time ran out in the half to
give the Buckeyes a 13-0 halftime lead.
Gerald went around right end for a
two-yard touchdown run late in the
third quarter, and Campbell bowled
two yards for a touchdown midway
through the last period.
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Illini down Purdue
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Quar-
terback Mike McCray scored from the
one-yard line and completed a two-
point conversion pass to James Cole-
man with 3:18 to play yesterday, giving
Illinois a 29-22 victory over Purdue.
Freshman Dave Finzer kicked field
goals of 53, 22 and 32 yards,,and McCray
passed six yards to Tom Schooley for a
touchdown to push Illinois to a 15-0
lead early in the second quarter.
The Boilermakers rallied to take a 22-
15 advantage, but Illinois scored two
more touchdowns in the second half
which provided the victory margin.
Illinois had to withstand a drive by
Purdue in the closing seconds, with Bob
Scott-making Illinois' third interception
of a Mark Herrman pass in the end zone
with just seconds remaining to pre-
serve the triumph.
Herrmann, who passed for 260 yards,
had directed the Boilermakers from
their own 20 in a final drive that
covered 11 plays in less than three min-
utes.
Three plays before Scott's intercep-
tion, Mike Brown evaded Illinois de-
fenders but dropped a Herrmann pass

on the 4-yard line.
State, Hoosiers tie
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Tackle John
Malinoski recovered a fumble by team-
mate Steve Smith yin the Indiana end
zone for a touchdown with just under
two minutes remaining yesterday, and
Hans Nielsen's extra-point kick gave
Michigan. State a 13-13 tie with the
Hoosiers irran error-filled game.,
The Hoosiers had taken a 13-6 lead
four minutes earlier on an eight-yard
touchdown pass from Scott Arnett to
Markus Hardy, but Spartan quarter-
back Ed Smith directed an 80-yard
drive and set up the typing touchdown
with a 27-yard pass to Barry Harris at
the one.
Steve Smith then took the. ball but
fumbled and Malinoski pounced on it in
the end zone.
The Hoosiers, trying to beat Michigan
State for the first time since 1969, made
a last'-ditch effort to pull out the victory.
Arnett guided them to mid-field with
time running out but a long pass was in-
tercepted by Jim Burroughs at the
Spartan 5-yard line with 18 seconds re-
maining. Michigan State then ran out
the clock.
Gophers slither on
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - Sopho-
more Paul Rogind kicked two field
goals and quarterback Marc Trestman
ran for a touchdown as the Minnesota
Gophers notched their first Big Ten
football victory, 13-7 over winless Nor-
thwestern, yesterday.
Rogind kicked field goals of 44 and 33
yards, following Wildcat fumbles and
the Gophers turned their only sustained
drive into a first-half touchdown.
Trestman, a junior starting his first
game since 1974, scored on a two-yard

LOS ANGELES
abrhbi
Lopes .........2 11 2
Russelliss ...4 0 0 0
Smith ef.........4 0 0 0
Cey 3b........4 0 2 0
Garveylb...... 4 0 0 0
Baker if.........4 0 0 0
Lacyrf.......20 0 0
Yeagerc....3 000
Raup .........0 00 0
Rhoden p....... 2 1 1 0
Mota ph.......10 0 0
Garman p.0 00 00

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Over 40 Law Schools on Campus.

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run in the second quarter. He was re-
lieved by sophomore Wendell Avery
with the Gopher offense sputtering late
in the third quarter.
Minnesota's only score in the second
half came when Rogind, kicking into a
strong wind, kicked his ninth field goal
of the season from the Wildcat 23 with
8:27 left in the game. The Gophers'
Keith Edwards had recovered a bot-
ched Northwestern pitchout on the
Wildcat 40 to set up the score.
Rogind's nine field goals set a school
record for one season. He has missed
only two attempts.

PRE-LAW-DAY
FRIDAY, OCT. 21
1 a.m.-12-30p.m.& 1:30p.m. to 4: 0p.m
2nd Floor MICHIGAN LEAGUE

Total....... 31 4 7 4 Total.......30 2 4 2
New York......................... 030 010 004-4
Los Angeles ....................... 002 000 000-2
DiP - Los Angeles 2. LOB - New York 1, Los An-
geles 4. 2B - Jackson, Chanbliss, Rhoden, Cey.HR
- Lopes (1), Jackson (1). SB - Lopes. S-- Guidry.
IP H R ER W SO
Guidry((W,1-0) ... 9 4 2 2 3 7
Rau (L,0-1)...... 1 4 3 3 0 0
Rhoden.........7 2 1 1 0 5
Garman......... 1 1 0 0 0 0

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