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rHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 1, 19to

BASEBALL IN THE NEWS:

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By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND - A two-run
dabble by Rusty Staub keyed
a five run outburst in the fourth
inning that carried the Detroit
Tigers to a 6-4 victory over the
Cleveland Indians last night.
Ed Glynn picked up his first
major league triumph in four
decisions with relief help from
Stave Grilli. Grilli, who re-
lieved the starter with two outs

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in the sixth, got his third save singled Wagner to second and
of the season. Staub followed with his two-
C l e v e 1 a n d starter run double to chase Waits.
Rick Waits, 7-9, retired the The Indians cut the margin to
first two batters in the fourth. onerun in the seventh with an'
Phil Mankowski then singled, unearned tally. Buddy Bell was
Pedro Garcia doubled Man- safe on a two-out error by
kowski home and went to shortstop Wagner and Larvell
third on a throwing error by Blanks and Rico Carty follow-
the catcher. ed with singles.
Mark Wagner drove in Garcia
with a single, Marvin Lane Wagner tripled, his fourth hit
of the game, and scored on
Lane's sacrifice fly in the ninth
for Detroit's final run.

veland,

The Phillies' simmering re- Jerry Martin in right field in
sentments surfaced after a 34- S u n d a y ' s division-winning
minute "give 'em hell" meeting game.
called by Manager Danny Then, there was grumbling
Ozark before Wednesday over four players locking them-
night's game in St. Louis. selves in an equipment room
Ozark was unhappy with the during the second game of the
attitude and performance of M o n t r e a 1 doubleheader
some of his players since the and holding their own celebra-
division clinching victory Sun- tion. Some players were dis-
day in Montreal. turbed because Allen sat in the
Still another bone of con- dugout by himself during the
tention is Allen's ultimatum celebration in the clubhouse.
told to a writer traveling Bitter statements were made
with the team that he would by some of the team's stars on
not participate in the Nation- the various issues that threaten
al League playoffs or the to tear apart the Eastern
World Series unless his long- champions before they meet
time friend, Tony Taylor, is the Western Division winning
included on the 25 man post- Cincinnati Reds in the best-of-
season roster. five game playoff for the Na-
The resentment unleashed by tional League pennant starting
some players also involved out- here Oct. 9.
fielder Ollie Brown, platooned * * *
in right field all season with !1 Jurtaugh retires
Jay Johnstone. Ozark played Danny Murtaugh, longtime
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PHILADELPHIA-
The Philadelphia Phillies, who
took pride in their togetherness
during the drive to the National
League Eastern Division cham-
pionship, are feuding among
themselves, and controversial
first baseman Dick Allen is the
man in the middle.

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manager of the Pittsburgh Pir-
ates, announced his retirement
from baseball Thursday.
The 58 year old Murtaugh led
the Pirates to two World cham-
pionships and four division tit-
les in his on and off managerial
career.
Murtagh, who first managed
the Pirates in mid 1957, will be
joined in retirement by his
close friend and general mana- DETROIT TIGER sta
ger Joe L. Brown. tory over Cleveland
'WE'RE NOT INTIMIDATED':

AP Photo
arter Ed Glynn kicks and delivers en route to the Tigers' 6-4 vic-
last night. The win was Glynns first as a major leaguer.

Deacons gather
By TOM SHINE Eour opener against Virginia!.
Saturday's meeting between Tech. But each week the team h
Wake Forest and Michigan is has matured and last week;"
the first ever, and after the against Kansas State, we had
final gun sounds, it might well it all together.
be the last. Had it to together they did,
Although the Deamon Deacons| shutting out the Wildcats 13-0, ~ IP~
football team is outnumbered the first shutout for Wake For- NIGHT EDIT(
and not given a chance to win,' est in the last 104 games. KATHY HENNE
the squad is not worried, ac- BOB MILLF
cording to Wake Forest Sports The defensive secondary,B M
Information Director Pat Gain- snearheaded by All-Amerienn

ey.
"We know Michigan is num-
ber one and capableof scor-
ing big, but we have kids
back from last year's team
when we played Oklahoma,
Penn State, and Maryland
(and were outscored 165-0) so
we're not intimidated."
Owning a so-so 2-2 record,
Gainey is convinced the Dea-
cons have come into their own.
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Bill Armstrong, accounts for
much of the Deacons' success
so far, however limited. Arm-
strong plays with a reckless
abandon that endears him to
the Wake Forest coaching
staff.
Also bolstering the secondary
are rover Mike LaVallee and
strong safety James Royster.
Royster has two interceptions
while LaVallee has one inter-
ception and 21 tackles.
Another strength of the Dea-
con defense is the linebacking
corps, led by Don Cervi and
Randy Carroll. Cervi has ma-
tured and performed beyond ex-
pectation. He leads the team in
tackles with 44 and has recov-
ered a pair of fumbles.
The defensive line, although
big and experienced, has been
criticized for its .lack of pur-
suit, especially after losing to
Vanderbilt, 27-24.
End Dave LaCrosse, a possi-
ble All Atlantic Coast Confer-
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ence selection, is not
pass rush, recording
already. John Sabia
the other end.
Tackles John Bryce
Ckeck have teamed
tackles while nosegua.
Turner has 29.
Leading the offens
junior quarterback
Glamry. Not a runnin
back, McGlamry has
for it with his passing
ing passes at a 53 pei
and averaging over E
game in the air.
McGlamry's favoritf
are split end Bill M
tight end Steve Young
lacking blazing speed-,
forte is his ability to
and hang onto the ba
illustrated by his ele,
es and 13.4 yards pe

courage
graduation of fullback Clara
Gaines, who rushed for over
900 yards last year. McDougald,
a surprise freshman 'starter at
tailback, is doing the most to
y fill in that gap. He currently
leads the A.C.C. in rushing,
ORS: boasting 273 yards and 6.3 yards
KGHAN per carry.
R Zegiinski finished fifth in the
iilji nation last year in total offense.
.". After a bad first game against
ted for his Virginia Tech, he has been im-
four sacks proving with each game and
i starts at now leads the Deacons in kick-
off and punt returns, and is
and Steve second in rushing.
up for 59 The fullback spot has been ro-
ard Reuben tated between Stan Rolach and
Mark Cregar but the coaching
se will be staff has not settled on one as
Jerry Mc- a definite starter.
ng quarter- Wake Forest's offensive line
s made up is deep in experience and quite
g, complet- large, averaging 6-3, 240 pounds
-r cent clip per man, although its speed has
80 yards a been questioned. Returning
starters include center Larry
Tearry, tackles Jackie Robinson
to receivers and Dan Fulton, plus guard
Iillner and Randy Woodle.
g. Although Overall the Deacons suffer
o get open n greatly from lack of depth, and
o get o their only real strength lies in
,all. This is the defensive secondary which
even catch- could see limited action against
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Young has also caught 11 pass-
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Wake Forest's running attack,
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Pennant race
at a glance
American League
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W L Pct. GB Play
Kansas City 94 69 .566 - 3
Oakland .... 86 72 .544 31/2 4
Kansas City-home 3,
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