Wednesday, September 24, 1975
STILL ALIVE IN WEST:
THE MICHIGAN DAILY'
RH IHGNDAL aeNn
Royals top I
By The Associated Press Steve Mingori then took over Indians edge
KANSAS CITY - Frank White and got the side out without CLEVELAND -
hit a home run, and four Kansas trouble. When he gave up Jim drick hit a home
City pitchers held Texas to two Fregosi's leadoff single in the Travers' first pitch
hits as the Royals beat the Ran- ninth, Marty Pattin came on to inning yesterday,
gers 4-0 last night. finish the two-hitter. Cleveland Indians
White doubled to lead off the ,.._. ; over the Milwaukee
Brewers ball contest between the Balti-
ere en-more Orioles and Detroit Tigers
George Hen i-and the weatherman forced of-
run on Billtn ficials to hedge on when the
of the ninth game would be made up.
a 4-3 victory
* * *
first inning, sparkng a two-run
rally, then homered to give the
Royals a 3-0 lead in the third.
His walk helped lead to another
Kansas City run in the seventh.
Kansas City rookie Bob
McClure, 1-0, replaced injured
starter Doug Bird in the sec-
ond inning and held the Ran-
gers hitless until Roy Smal-
ley lined a single with one out;
in the eighth.
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After White doubled to left-
center in the first, he scored on
Amos Otis' double. John May-
berry singled Otis home after
he was sacrificed to third.
White parked his sixth homer
of the season into the left field
seats, chasing Texas starter Jim
Umbarger, - 8-7. - After White
walked to load the bases in the
seventh, Otis produced a sacri-
W L GB
93 63 - x-Pittsburgh
88 66 4 Philadelphia
80 76 13 St. Louis
77 77 15 New York
64 94 30 Chicago
57 98 35% Montreal
W L GB
91 66 -
80 78 11%
80 77 11
73 85 18Y2
72 86 1941
WV L Pct. GBj
The homer, Hendrick's 24th ofjets
the year, made a winner of re-
liever Dave LaRoche, 5-3. Trav- CHIG
ers fell to 6-1l. Robin Yount's Stearns
RBI single in the eighth inning run in
had given Milwaukee a 3-3 tie. scored
* * * as the
Boston, O's rained out terday.
The Boston Red Sox' game ning
against the New York Yankees single
last night was postponed be- Knowi
cause of rain and rescheduled of bas
as part of a twi-night double- in the
header for today. rificed
The Yankees said that if on Ste
rain forces postponement of ingle
Wednesday's twinbill--and the i
forecast calls for rain-then it Milla
would be rescheduled for Mon- by Mik
day, if the games are neces- TheI
sary to decide the American for a r
League East pennant winner, chased
Heavy rain showers also majrt
forced the postponement of last and tw
night's American League base- mers'
GACO - Pinch hitter John
s doubled home the tying
the eighth inning and
on Felix Millan's single
New York Mets rallied
n early six-run deficit to
the Chicago Cubs 8-6 yes-
ry Grote started the win-
rally with a leadoff
off reliever Darold
les, 6-8, who pitched out
ses-loaded, none-out jam
seventh. Grote was sac-
d to second and scored
earns' double. After Del
popped out, Millan
.d to score Stearns.
n came around on singles
ke Vail and Rusty Staub.
Cubs nicked Craig Swan
un in the first inning and
him with five in the sec-
'o on Dave Rosello's first
league homer since 1972
o more on Champ Sum-
94 63 -
89 68 5
77 82 18
74 80 1814
72 85 22
71 84 22
Cleveland 4, Milwaukee 3
Kansas City 3, Texas 0
Minnesota 4, Oakland 3
Detroit at Baltimore, ppd. rain
Boston at New York, ppd. rain
Chicago at California, night
Detroit (Bare 8-12) at Baltimore
(Palmer 21-11), 7:30 p.m.
Milwaukee (Colborn 10-12) at
Cleveland (Peterson 14-7), 7:30 p.m.
Boston (Cleveland 12-9 and Tiant
17-14) at New York (Hunter 22-14
and May 14-11), 5:30 p.M.
Minnesota (Hughes 16-13) at Kan-
sas City (Littell 1-1), 8:30 p.m.
' Chicago (Jefferson 5-10) at Oak-
land (Blue 20-11), 11 p.m.
Only games scheduled
x-Cincinnati 104 54 .656 -
Los Angeles 85 72 .541 18Y
San Francisco 77 79 A94 26
San Diego 69 87 .443 34
Atlanta 66 91 .420 37Y2
Houston 63 94 .404 40Y2
x-clinched division title
Cincinnati 5, Houston 3
Pittsburgh 3, Philadelphia 1
New York 8, Chicago 6
Montreal 7, St. Louis 0
San Francisco at Atlanta, ppd.,
Los Angeles at San Diego, night
New York (Seaver 21-9) at Chi-
cago (R. Reuschel 10-17), 2:30 p.m.
San Francisco (Barr 13-13 and
Caldwell 7-12) at Atlanta (Morton
17-16 and Lacorte 0-3), 6:05 p.m.
Philadelphia (Christenson 10-5) at
Pittsburgh (Demery 7-4), 7:30 p.m.
St. Louis (Rasmussen 5-4) at
Montreal (Carrtbers 4-3), 8:05 p.m.
Cincinnati (Kirby 7-6) at Hous-
ton (Cosgrove 1-1), 8:35 p.m.
Los Angeles (Wall 0-0 or Lewal-
lyen 0-0) at San Diego (Folkers 6-
I 10), 10 p.m.
CHICAGO CUB JERRY MORALES jumps for home in an attempt to elude Mets catcher .Jerry Grote's tag in the first inning
of Tuesday's game at Chicago. Morales was out, attempting to score from first on Jose Cardenal's double to left field. The Mets
JDrilli 8 the varsity
and bui'oldingftuegrid stars
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Sports of the Daily
By RICK BONINO : ..... .lvel coaching is far from
When freshman quarterback ; "enough. As of last week, the
Rick Leach guided the Wol-7 reserves had only seven prac-
verines to their opening win tices-of about 45 minutes each
over Wisconsin, many a coach -remaining before their tt. 10
looked on Michigan mentor Bo opener at Notre Dame.
Schembechler's find with envy
-doubtlessly including Michigan N H E T THE RESERVE squad spends,
varsity reserve coach Dennis SCOTT LEWIS much of its time performing its
Brown. :ig;::m.:..-other main function-serving as
Brown's case is somewhat dif- duced talent for the big squad. the "scout team" during varsity
ferent, however. If not for a Such now-familiar names as practices. Even VR players who*
conference rule change just'linemen Walt Downing and Mark never see varsity action make a'
three years ago, which allowed Donahue defensive backs Jim
freshmen to compete on the Bolden and Jerry Zuver, kicker contribution by portraying the
varsity level, Leach would be Bob Wood and running backs varsity's next opponent ip prac-
calling his signals under Brown, Kevin King and Joe Holland tice.
not Bo. have played VR ball in the last "r varsity team wouldn't
two years. be tne ballcluo they are witnout
REFORF, TJ4 IUIV l i hnna
the help of these scout team
guys," Brown said.
Although freshmen comprise
half the current VR roster,
Michigan fans may recognize
sdme familiar names. Sopho-
more quarterback Roger Bettis
returns to fight it out with
freshmen Chip Pederson and
Dave Stavale, while senior Greg
Strinko (Steve's brother) helps
anchor the defensive line.
Brown declines to singles out
any individuals as particularly
"We have some outstanding
freshmen," Brown said, "and
we'll be very competitive.'
--P Z A--
We Deliver Anywhere
South of S. University
USC runs into problemsI
Coach John McKay of Southern California said Tuesday he
may be forced to move Ricky Bell, the nation's top runner, from
tailback to fullback,. at least part-time, even though it would
cause a series of problems for the third-ranked Trojans.
The powerful Bell, a junior switched from fullback to
tailback this season, is off to the fastest start of any running
back in Trojan history. He has torn for 471 yards and six
touchdowns in two games.
But Dave Farmer, who took his place at fullback, broke a
leg against Oregon State Friday night.
"Farmner's injury obviously reduces our effectiveness," said
McKay. "At the start of the season with Farmer, Bell, and Mosi
Tatupu we had what I claimed were the three best fullbacks as
a group, and now you have to take another one out."
Bosox boast best DI s
Cecil Cooper and Jim Rice of the Boston Red Sox stand one-
two in the American League designated hitter standings. The DH
population already has hit more homers, scored more runs, and
driven in more runs than last year, the league office announced
Cooper leads the weekly batting race with a .312 average
while Rice boasts a .287 mark. Rice will not get an opportunity
to better that performance, since he injured his left hand Sun-
day and will be out for the season.
Willie Horton of Detroit and Billy Williams of Oakland have
been the year's top sluggers. Horton has 25 homers, 61 runs
scored and 91 RBI, followed by- Williams with 22 homers, 63 runs
and 76 RBI.
Clemson caught byNCAA?
Clemson University has been found guilty of illegal basket-
ball recruiting practices by the National Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation, according to the Greenville Piedmont. The newspaper
said that informed sources report the school will be placed on
two years probation.
It said no information is available on whether the proba-
tion would be limited to post season basketball or whether
it would affect the entire athletic program.
The Athletic Coast Conference school's athletic program has
been under scrutiny since early this year.
i~rr uz irnzrule cnange, ;
the Varsity Reserve's purpose
was clear-to groom promising
freshmen, as well as some older
players, for the varsity, by pro-
iiding actual game experience.
Then, in Brown's first yaar as
VR coach, the Big Ten decided
to let freshmen play with the
big boys, and the face of VR
football changed - somewhat.
For example, this year's reserve
squad would've included not
only Leach, but highly-touted
freshmen runners Russell Davis
and Harlan Huckleby.
The rule hasn't signaled the
end of VR quality, though. Even
with the chance to develop the
more obviously skilled taken out
of his hands, Brown has pro-
Brown contends that the out- ---- -_.
standing freshmen may miss the
VR expnerience more tha~n the
reserve sq-ad misses them.
"THE FRESHMAN rule plac-
ed a lot of pressure on the in-
coming freshmen," Brown said. "
"Now they feel they're failures
if they don't play in the big
stadium on Saturday.
"But we don't judge a playter
by his freshman year," BN'wn
continued. "It's a big adjust-
ment. Everything's stew, from
his uniform to the system.
These freshmen need coaching,
and on the varsity, they won't
get as much individual atten-
tion as they would on VR."
Brown admits even the VR 5"
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midnight Friday. Mail entries must be postmarked before the
cutoff time. The winner will get a free rib dinner from Thomp-
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Last week's winner, Duane McField posted an 18-2 record, as
the only games he missed were
1. Baylor at MICHIGAN
2. Penn State at Iowa
3. Utah at Indiana
4. Illinois at Texas A&M
S. N.C. State at Mich. State
6. Oregon at Minnesota
7. Wisconsin at Missouri
8. Northwestern at Notre Dame
9. North Carolina at Ohio State
10. Purdue at Southern Cal.
11. Maryland at Kentucky
12. Central Mich. at Toledo
13. California at Wash. State
14. Dartmouth at Massachusetts
15. Cincinnati at Louisville
16. Syracuse at Tulane
17. Auburn at Tennessee
18. Texas Tech. at Texas
19. Boston College at West
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Carew Min 523 89 190
Lynn Bsn 517 102 172
Munson NY 582 82 188
G. Brett KC 614 84 192
Rice Bsn 564 92 174
Washington ak 574 83 177
McRae KC 480 58 147
Hargrove Tex 503 79 154
Braun Min 444 67 135
Orta Chi 533 64 162
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G. Scott, Milwaukee, 33; Mayber-
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Oakland, 32; Bonds. New York, 30;
Burroughs, Texas, 29.
Runs Batted in
Lynn, Boston, 104; Mayberry,
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Munson, New York, 100; G. Scott,
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