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Wednesday, October 20, 1976

CUNCY TAKES 3-0 LEAD '

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Reds

NEW YORK -- Dan Driessen, in Cin-
cinnati's lineup only because of a rule
change his manager detests, ripped a
home run and two other hits yesterday
night to lead the Reds tq a 6-2 victory
over the New York Yankees and a vir-
tually unbeatable three-game lead in base-
ball's 1976 World Series.
The victory left the Reds one triuniph
away fromn their second straight World
Championship. No team in the 72-year
history of the Series has lost the first
three games and come back to win the
best-of-seven showdown.
DRIESSEN, unable to crack the awe-
some regular 'lineup of the Reds, was in
the batting order as the designated hitter,
an American League rule that permits an
extra batter in place of the usually weak-
hitting pitcher.
Commissioner Bowie Kuhn ordered the
DH rule to be used in the Series for the
first time this year and Reds Mtanager
Sparky Anderson complied with the order
although he didn't like it.
At various times, Anderson has called
the DH "idiotic," "stupid," and a few
other choice things. But he had to like it
in Game 3 of the Series as Driessen led
the destruction of the Yankees.
Driessen got the Reds started on a
three - run rally in the second inning when

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he beat out an infield single that ticked
off the pitcher's glove.
Second baseman Willie Randolph grab-
bed the ball, but his throw to first was an
eyelash too late to catch the speedy Dries-
sen.
ON THE first pitch to George Foster,
Driessen stole second and trotted home a
moment later as Foster, the major
leagues' runs - batted - in leader, drilled
a ground - rule double that bounced over
the right - center field fence on one hop.
Johnny Bench followed with a single off
the glove of first baseman Chris Chain-
Geronimo forcedstBench hrFoster scoedar
with the Reds' second run.
shortstop Fred Stanleyt dropped Thurma
Munson's throw on a pitchout. Dave Con-
cepcion blooped a single to left field and
Geroninmo scooted home for a 3-0 Cincin-
nati lead.
Two innings later, Driessen connected
on Ellis' second pitch and. sent it over the
right-field wall, making it 4-0. One out
later, Bench ripped his second hit and
Grant Jackson replaced Ellis. Jackson
ended the inning without further damage.
THE YANKEES nicked winner Pat
Zachry for a run in the fourth on hits by
Chambliss and Oscar Gamble sandwiched
around a walk to Graig"Nettles.

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6-2

In the bottom of the seventh, New York
cut the Reds' lead to two runs when Jim
Mason, the Yankees' backup shortstop, hit
a home run into the seats in right field,
When Rivers walked and Munson added
a two-out single, it finished Zachry. Will
McEnaney came out of the bullpen to
face Chambliss, the Yankees' pennant hero

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the plate,
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time, with the tying run at
all Chambliss could manage
grounder to first baseman Per-

SWith their lead shaved to two runs, it
was time for the Reds' run makers to go
to work again.
PETE ROSE opened the eighth with a
single and dashed to third with a belly-
flop slide when Ken Griffey also singled.
It was Griffey's first hit of the Series in
his 12th at bat.
.Joe Morgan doubled past first base,
scoring Pose. An intentional walk to
Driessen, who had doubled in his previous
at bat, loaded the bases. Foster then drill-
ed his second hit to left field, scoring the
final Cincinnati run,
That made it 6-2, and was a comfort-
able lead for McEnaney to work with
over the final two innings as he saved the
victory for Zachry.

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IN WHAT APPEARS to be a duplication of Joe Morgan's(
bls in ptSaturday'hes ame Da Driessenrtknocks this Dock
terday's 6-2 Cincinnati victory.

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First test results . . .

SPORTS OF T HE DAILY:

PONTIAC-The Detrit Lons
plce kicker Errol Mann, the:
team's all-time leading scorer,
owaivern yesterdayr along
er.

Mann booted by

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Lions

Brh rturnd tothe tea hae aquired 6foo-i forwar-
this year, but once again, he center Moses Maione rrom the
decided to quit. He told As- Portland Trail Blazers in ex-
sistanatCoachtBill Frieder that change f98 or ter No.f 1 n pc
hie wouldi ratherl spedrk. i the 1978 colee ratn

.__. ssTaking the place of the two D h -ot1,25pudM-
kikes n he Na*oa * L SPRT lone bypassed college ball and
ByBooMLLRtball fLeague tam's ros- signed a seven-year, $3 million
By BB MLLER' tr ae fomerPurde qar-Blue No. 1 contract with the Utah Stars of
THE FIRST HOCKEY SERIES is over for the Wolverines, b kck Benny Rcardo, the The Michigan Wolverines re- stih n dectlya ou of Peters-
and the first observations are coming kin. After trading Lions announced. tamned their status as the num- burg, Va. high school. -API
7-6 overtime decisions with the Badgers in Madison, many IThe Lions, 2-4, have had in- ber one offensive team in the *
hockey fans are going to be pleasantly surprised by the team fromsi Mann this season.kiin of486.8tyas ekamassed per !leniscnd
this year. The veteran kicker, in his game, Michigan holds a slight MEMPHIS - A one day boy-
The eris wth Wscosinwas s ecitg asanyseres ighth season with Detroit holds advantage over Southern Cal. cott by black members of the
could be. Wisconsin showed offensive strength through the first Lincareer rcdsfor most! Michigan also remained the na- Memphis State University foot- I
twoperod, bt Mchganlokedaweqre i te tirdpeiod Ipoints, most field goals and tion's top rushing team easily ball squad was linked by a
oprs botuamsto nehgate 6-4ad 5-2es aer l teatids. rd most extra pins . -AP outdistancing UCLA. Michigan Memphis newspaper yesterday
ofboh aestongae - ad -2Bdgr eds * * averaged 394.3 yards per game to what amounts to an illegal
Last year, the Badgers didn't have Steve Alley, John Taft Burch leaves as compared to the Bruin's av- promise of money to a player.
or coach Bob Johnson. All three took saibaticals to participate Many would love to make erage of 337.2. The Press - Scimitar said it
for the United States hockey team at Innsbruck. Michigan's varsity basketball* Rob Lytle, the Wolverine's learned the blacks were boy-
team. Edgar Burch, on the oth- running back ranks tenth na- cotting football practice be-
er hand, seems to like qiuitting tionally with dii average of 115.2 cause someone had failed to
it. yards per game, although his live up to a promise to give
Offense in high gear -Burch transferred from Duke average of 7.9 yards a carry is former linebacker Ralph
With the high scoring Alley and big -defenseman Taft at the end of his freshman best among the top ten rush- Griffin some money - $300 a
back, Wisconsin is .destined to go from last place in the I year, where he started n ers. -DAILY SPORTS Griffin, a starting sophomore
WCHA last year to battle for first this season, sfron. Bof Olminte Army- from Baton Rouge, La., left te
strog. Bt istea ofplay-u h

temlaswe.
Griffin reportedly contends
mothe who had udergon tw
operations.
Sorry, Jimbo
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Elrod's injury wvas diag-
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-He and Lanier were engaged
in a friendly wrestling match in
the trainig room. There was
noinen t hrtan yboy

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The Badgers top line of Alley, Mike Eaves and Tom Ulseth
completely dominated play during their shift. Alley and Eaves
are possible All-Conference candidates.
Michigan by comparison, finished fourth, but brnly two games
over the break-even point. Even with key players like Greg I
Fox, Angie Motretto and Robbie Moore, the 'Wolverines were I
consistently inconsistent.
Fox, Morretto and Moore are gone, but this years team
isn't lacking sorely because of them. Instead, Michigan cach
Dan Farrell has molded a team that although inexperienced,

ing basketball last year, he
chose to spend more time
with his family.

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yesterday they

GR I ~J ~~~IC~~~-S -~
GINCINNATI - "I don't care what that joker said in

The Top 20
By The Associated Press
1. MICHIGAN (58) 6-0-0..1,232
2. Ptsur (4) 6-0-0....,8
4. U.C.L.A. 5-0-1........896
7. Souten Caliornia 4-1- 51
9. o st. 4-1-1........43
(ti) DILYLIBELS 6-0-0 .43
11. Florida 4-1-0 ............ .266
I?.Note ame 4-1-0.....26
14. Houston 4-1-0........ ..100
1. Arkansas 3-1-0 ..........71
17. Missouri 4-2-0..........40
1.labama 4-2-0........25
20. East Carolina 6.-0-0......13
(tie) Mississippi St. 5-1-0 ..13

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KNOT

has the potential to reach the NCAA finals in Detroit next the Freek Press," Billy Martin scowled, "There is no way I
March. would ever cheat in the Griddes - even if I could.,
The offense is loaded with explosive power. Dave DeBol "The Griddes are as American as Mom's apple pie and
already has four goals, picking up where he left off last year. fair trials in foreign countries. He's just bitter. Besides, all
Teami captain Chris Manery set up some vital- goals against Griddes must be in my midnight, Friday for a chance at
~ ,,~-i,~ ,, ~ A ~ ~a small, one-item Pizza Bob pizza." That's twelve hours
VVIOAJILIII VVILI ai1 Lvzay axiu~I1.1UL ikULI

Russ Blazny fs as close as anyone in size to Morretto,
and the big guy made his presence felt on the 'ice.
Number one on ice
The two most important observations were the two
Michigan goalies. The loss of Moore was a matter of con-
cern for the team, but Rick Palmer and Frank Zimmerman
proved that the Wolverines won't be hurting in the nets.
The pair made 106 saves out of 119 chances against Wis-
consin.
One interesting note is that an obscure hockey publica-
tion out of Connecticut has predicted the Wolverines to fin-
ish Number One in the nation, with Wisconsin second. When

before the games start!".
Martin, however, was quoted by the Freek Press as pri-
vately saying "I would sell my soul to win Griddes, 'especi-
ally since Dan Foust, of 226 5. State won last week with a
16-4 record," and was heard talking on a walkie-talkie to:
someone he called Lucy' Fur.

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1) MICHIGAN at Indiana
2) MSU at Illiois
3) Iowa at Minnesota
4) Wisconsin at Northwestern
5) Purdue at Ohio State
7)Florida State at A uun
8) Bowling Green at Miamir 0.
9) UC.LA. t Califora
Northern Michigan

18) Missouri at Nebraska
19) Oklahoma St. at Oklahoma
20) Daily Libelse vs

NHIL
N ew Yokslanders 6, Vancouver 1
Clevelan a3, c ao 0

Farrell saw this, all he could do was shake his head. 11tCemonat N. State
One would wonder what happened in the poll to defend- 13) Maryland at Duke
trg NCAA Minnesota, or the other finalist, Michigan Tech. 15)Georgi aat Kentucsky
Both compete in the WCHA, "and coincidentally, the Wolver- 16) Kansas at Kansas State
ines .travel to Houghton to tangle with Michigan Tech, then 17) Miss. St. at Southern Miss.
after an off week the Golden --- - -_________
Gophers come to town.
It isn't an easy assignment, 5 5 5 55 5 5 5 3
but if Michigan does no worse
than split the next two series,
that magazine might win Prop- ~1
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