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Assistantships In
Civil Engineering
The Department of Civil Engineering at Princetor
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Department of Civil Engineering
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Cincy draws
By The Associated Press Yankees starter Doyle Alex-
ander, tagging a 3-1 pitch into
CINCINNATI - Joe Morgan the lower stands in right field.J
ripped a first-inning home run, Lou Piniella, New York's des-
touching off an extra-base blitz ignated hitter, opened the sec-
that carried Cincinnati's Big and inning with a double to
Red Machine to a 5-1 victory1 right field. He moved to third
over the New York-Yankees as pennant hero Chris Chamb-
yesterday in the opening game liss grounded out, then scored{
of the 1976 World Series, on a long fly ball to center field
Cincinnati left-hander Don Gul- by Graig Nettles.
lett, the winning pitcher in the In the third inning, the Riv-
Reds' triumph will be lost for erfront Stadium crowd of 54,826
the remainder of the series with got its chance to yell as Cin-
ah disloctedmandonthsrigwthcinnati took the lead for good..
a dislocated tendon in his right With one out, Dave Cpncep-
ankle. cion, the ninth hitter in the
Morgan set the tone for the Reds' lineup, senta shot up the
alley in left-center field and
Reds when he unloaded on turned it into a triple.
A nmntlar C nrrinI

firstd
In the bottom half of the
sixth, the Reds widened their
lead to 3-1.
Rose opened withsa walk onj
a 3-2 pitch and was forced at
second by Griffey, whose speed
beat the relay tj first. GriffeyE
stole second and scooted home'
on Tony Perez' singleto left,
his third hit of the game.
In the seventh, Gullett hit
Chambliss with a pitch leading:
off the inning. But Nettles rap-
ped into another double play.:
That helped Gullett survive thel
inning, despite consecutive'
walks to Maddox and Ran-
dolph. Otto Velez batted for
Stanley and struck out on a 1-2
pitch.

bdood
ond single and dashed home
when Johnny Bench ripped a
triple off the right-field wall.
That finished Alexander, with
Sparky Lyle relieving. But
Lyle bounced his second pitch
past Munson, allowing Bench
to score easily for a S-1 lead.
Gullett retired Rivers, the
first batter he faced in the
eighth, but hurt his ankle on
the last pitch to the Yankees
centerfielder. When White fol-
lowed with a single to left, the
Reds' pitcher grimaced in pain.
Reds' Manager Sparky An-
derson came to the mound for
his starter, who left to a stand-
ing ovation from the crowd.
Borbon was the reliever and
mowed down the last five Yank-
ees' hitters, nailing down the
victory.

ONE GOOD REASON IN
THE U-M CAMPUS AREA
WHY THE CRITICAL-BRIDGE
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A moment later, concepcion
trotted home as Pete Rose
sent a sacrifice fly to Yank-
ees centerfielder Mickey Riv-
ers.

In the bottom of the seventh,
the Reds put the game away.
Foster opened with his sec-

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ON YOUR DOORSTEP!

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AP Photo
JOE MORGAN, Cincinnati star second-baseman, deposits
this Doyle Alexander pitch into the right field seats in
the first inning of yesterday's ballgame. Morgan's homer
was one of 10 Cincy hits that helped the Reds to a 5-1
win over the Yankees.

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