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Cridcay, October 17, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Vriday, October 17, 1975 THE MICH!GAN DAILY Page Nine

PEREZ POWERS REDS TO

6-2 WIN

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Gullett stifles Bea town Boys

By The Associated Press the outfield, setting up two zun-
CINCINNATI - Tony Perez ners for Perez' shot aguinst the
shattered a Series' long slump facing of the second deck in left
with a pair of home runs and center.
the Cincinnati Reds defeated the After giving up the Boston
Boston Red Sox 6-2 in last night's run in the first inning, Gullett
pivotal fifth game of the 197/5 was in command of the game.
World Series. The left-hander retired 16 bat-
Don Gullett allowed only two ters at one point through the
hits until the ninth inning and first six innings.
then Rawly Eastwick cane out The Red Sox got to Gullett
of the Reds' bullpen to get the for a quick run in the first in-
final out, snuffing out a- list ning when Doyle tripled down
gasp Red Sox rally. the right-field line and scored{
The victory gave the Reds a on Yastrzemski's sacrifice fly.
3-2 edge in the best-of-seven The Reds put two men in
series with the teams return- scoring position in their half of
ing to Boston for Game 6 on the first with one out, but Cleve-
Saturday. If a seventh game land pitched out of trouble with
is needed, it will be played the help of a double play.
Sunday in Boston. . Rose opened ith a single
The Reds forged a 1-1 tie in a sovedto thirdtonas e
the fourth inning when Perez by Morgan. Morgan then stole
ended an 0-for-15 series slump abase to put runners on sec-
with ahone run over the left- and and third. But Bench flied
center field wall.. to left and Beniquez threw to
Cincinnati took a 2-1 lead int
the fifth as Gullett singled with
two out and came around to}
score on Rose's double into the
left field c o r n e r. Cleveland .1
pitched out of further trouble
by getting Griffey on a pnp
foul. I
The National League chain
nions made it 5-1 in the sixth on
Perez' second home run of the ON'T FORGET - get yourC
game. Morgan walked ind raced I Maynard, tonight before mi
to third on a single by Bench. have the choice of a U-M umbre
Bench took the relay throw fiomfrom Marty's Men's Fashion C
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The only other batter to reach
base off the Boston right-hander
through the first three innings
came when Cleveland walked
Rose with two down in the third.
Perez' booming homers gave
Gullett a comfortable margin
that he carried into the ninth.
He got the first two outs but
then was kayoed on singles by
Carl Yastrzemski and Carlton
IFisk and an RBI double by Fred
Lynn.
It took Eastwick only three
pitches, all of them strikes, to
Rico Petrocelli to end the game.
As Eastwick slipped the third
strike past Petrocelli, the Reds1
embraced the ace reliever, who
had been credited with their
first two victories in this Series
and now had tacked on a crucial
save as well.

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TONY PEREZ watches the end of -his bat as the ball sails off of it on its way over the left
field fence. Perez, who hadn't managed one hit in fifteen World Series at bats before this
fourth inning blast, added a three run homer ii the sixth to lead the Cincinnati Reds past
Boston 6-2. The Reds now own a 3-2 lead in the best of seven series.
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By ED LANGE
The most spectacular water
polo tournament ever held in
the Midwest will begin tonight
as the University of Michigan
hosts the first Michigan Invita-
tional Water Polo Tournament.
Some of the top talent in the
country will be on display with
such renowned powers as Buck-
nell, Loyola of Chicago and
Texas A&M joining Michigan in
the two 'day affair.
The round-robin tourn ament is
the brainchild of Michigan's
head coach Stu Isaac who has
been working earnestly to give
the California based , sport a
little recognition in the heart-
land of America.
TEXAS A&M looks to be the
toughest of the three visiting ,
teams as the Aggies brizg a
Tittering 12-0-1 record to town.
Bucknell is 6-0 on the year and
Lovola of Chicago is 8-1. The
Wolverines are currently 13 on
wthe year.
Isaac is highly optimistic
about the quality of the to'irna-
ment but is not ready to waver
as to who the eventual cham-
pion will be. "Bucknell was the
eastern champ last year and
they are always the best in the
East," he said. "Texas AA tM is
the best in the South and Son1th- ,
west and Loyola is always to(uh.
They were the Midwest In t rcol-
legiate Water Polo Tournament
champions last year.
"You never know what t' ex-
pect."° continiued Isaac. 'ST~x.sI
A&M may he the totoheSt. They
coild be the team to b',t hlit
Lnolab is alwns treat. I know
what vol should exret, !tn'ioh,
and thnat 'is sornt-.ent lktr;
polo. That floes
The o-ening rn nd 'e-r's t'
night with Mi higan v-kina on
Lovola at 7:00 n.m. and B,k-
Pell and =T° v' ARA4 'ir"~
off at 9:00. Sstr,1nv'.
are Lovola vs. Texas A&M atl
9:30 P.m,. fn4lowed b y3'ickn-11
and Aflhiprn at 11.10 A' 1.001
n.m. Bucknell and Loy>la meet

and Texas A&M and Mibhigan
complete the tournament at
9:00.
THE PLAYERS to wa-ch in.
the tourney are co-captains Jim
Yates and Oran Marksberry of
Texas A&M, Joe Triszczuki and
Mark Sickle of Bucknell and
Ben Haak and teammate Chris
Choukas of Loyola.
The Wolverines had a tough
go of it last weekend and their
record plummeted to 4-3. The
Blue beat Kentucky 12-9 on Fri-
day but were crushed by Cin-
cinnati, 4-3, Saturday afternoon
and lost a thriller to Indiana,
11-10, that night.
Isaac wasn't overly disap-'
pointed, however, since most of,
the team's woes were a direct
result of bad luck. Two starters'
didn't make the trip. Senior star
Rich Yawitz had to take h., law
boards on Saturday and John
Daly is participating in the Pan-
American Games for his dative
Puerto Rico.

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TO MAKE matters worse, Joe The Wolverines will be at full 8.
Bauer, a standout for the Bue' teghfrtetunmn.
injured his eye in the Blrstreghfrte .oraet 9.
period against Indiana and was Goalie Jim Firestone is recover- 10.
lost for the rest of tne game., ed from an illness and Yawitz 11.
"Against Cincinnati tne guys will be praying. Bauer should 12.
didn't really want to play. 'Ihey also be ready to go. 13.
were pretty tired from the Ken- 14.
tucky game the night before,"-_-
explained Isaac. "Besides, it!
was a non-conference game, a
pick-up game really, and we:
wanted to get some experience
for the younger guys."
Indiana defeated Michigan by
the identical score three weeks
ago in Ann Arbor, and the game ,
was just as exciting in Bloom-I
ington. "I was really happy with
our performance. Considering
two starters didn't even make
the trip, I really couldn't be dis-
appointed," Isaac said.
Gordon Downie had the finest'
performance of his career last E n g in i
weekend as he collected 10 goals
and took over the team lead in Find out
scoring with 17 goals.

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Purdue at Illinois 17. Navy at Boston College
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