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June 13, 1979 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, June 13, 1979-Page 11
Guidry stops Twins

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By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON, Minn.-Roy White
and Mickey Rivers stroked run-scoring
singles in a three-run ninth inning that
gave the New York Yankees a 4-1 vic-
tory over the Minnesota Twins yester-
day behind the four-hit pitching of Ron
Guidry and Ron Davis.
Rookie Darryl Jones started the ninth
with a double off loser Jerry Koosman
and one out later White dumped a single
into center to snap a 1-1 tie and send
Koosman to his fifth consecutive set-
After a walk to Bucky Dent, Rivers
singled to make it 3-1 and Mike Mar-
shall relieved Koosman. Marshall un-
corked a wild pitch, allowing Dent to
score the final run.
Guidry allowed all four Minnesota
hits before leaving after the seventh in-
ning with what the Yankees announced
as a pulled muscle in the lower left side
of his back. He was taken to a hospital
to diagnose the extent of the injury.
Mariners 5, Blue Jays I
TORONTO - The Seattle Mariners
scored three runs in the first inning and
coasted to a 5-1 victory over the Toronto
Blue Jays yesterday behind Glenn Ab-
bott's six-hit pitching.
Seattle jumped on Jesse Jefferson for
three runs in the opening inning on con-
secutive run-scoring singles by Dan
Meyer, Joe Simpson and Larry Cox.
Toronto got its run in the bottom of the
first when a grounder by Roy Howell

scored Alfredo Griffin.
Seattle added a run in the eighth on a
walk, an infield out, an error and a
single by Mario Mendoza. The
Mariners got their final run in the ninth
on Meyer's seventh home run of the
Phillies 4, Astros 0
PHILADELPHIA - Mike Schmidt's
two-run homer in the fifth,
Philadelphia's first hit of the game,
triggered the Phillies to a 4-0 victory
over the Houston Astros yesterday
behind the six-hit pitching of Nino
Houston right-hander Rick Williams
pitched perfect ball through the first
four innings. He walked Greg Luzinski
to start the fifth, however, and Schmidt
followed with his 18th homer of the
season and it gave the Phillies a 2-0
Houston's best scoring opportunity
came in the fifth, when Art Howe and
Alan Ashby singled with one out, but
Williams struck out. Howe was the only
Astro to reach second.
The Phillies took advantage of a wild
streak by Williams in the seventh to add
two runs. Luzinski was hit with a, pitch
and Schmidt and Bake McBride walked
to load the bases. Bob Boone then rip-
ped a two-run single.

AP Photo
BOSTON'S CARLTON FISK keeps his eyes on the ball as he slides safely past
ansas City catcher Darrell Porter in the second inning of a game played late
last night,
Orr named to Fame

By The Associated Press
MONTREAL - One-time Boston
Bruins' defenseman Bobby Orr, 31, was
among three former players named
yesterday to the Hockey Hall of Fame,
it was announced at the National
Hockey League annual meetings.
Other selections were former star
defenseman Harry Howell of the New
York Rangers, the Oakland-California
Seals and the Los Angeles Kings and
center Henri Richard of the Montreal
Orr was chosen by the selection
committee ahead of schedule. Nor-
mally, the player must be retired three
years before coming under con-
sideration for nomination, but Orr, who
attempted a comeback with the
Chicago Black Hawks last season
before succumbing to numerous knee
injuries, was an exception.
Trottier has Hart -
MONTREAL - New York Islanders'
center Bryan Trottier won two of seven
individual trophies awarded by the
National Hockey League in a vote of
members of the Professional Hockey

Writers Association announced yester-
Trottier unseated Guy Lafleur of
Montreal as the NHL's highest scorer
this year and won the Art Ross Trophy
for most points ina season.
Trottier, who four years ago was the
NHL's top rookie, also won the Hart
Trophy as the league's most valuable
Another Islander, Dennis Potvin, won
the James Norris Trophy as the
league's best all-around defenseman
for the third time in four years.
Goaltenders Ken Dryden and Michel
Larocque of Montreal shared the
Vezina Trophy for compiling the best
goals-against average - 2.55 - to mark
the fourth consecutive season
Canadiens goalies have won that
Montreal left winger Bob Gainey
again won the Frank Yelke Trophy as
the league's best defensive forward.
And Bob MacMillan of the Atlanta
Flames, assessing only 14 penalty
minutes in 79 games, won the Lady Byng
Memorial Trophy as the league's most
gentlemanly player.

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