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May 03, 1979 - Image 14

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Page 14-Thursday, May 3, 179-The Michigan Daily
Cubs fall to strong Cinci pitching
4171 y the Associated Pres walked Barry Foote at the start of the Doug Bair. loser Wayne Garland, 0-3, was tagged
for three runs and eight hita before he
CICN AIMk aCOS Cubs' sixth. Ted Sizemore followed with The Reds got three runs off Cubs star-CI IN A -Mk LaCoss was relieved by Dan Spillner with none
hured iveinnngsof erfct alland a single, advancing pinch-runner Steve ter Rick Reuschel, 1-4, and another off oti h orh
the Cincinnati Reds' revised lineup Dladt hradDladsoe n rlee a ur Cleveland's lone run came on a solo
backed him with nine hita'in a 4-1 Vic- an infield out. * * * homer by Bobby Bonds to lead off the
tory over the Chicago Cubs last night. LaCOSS, 2-0, allowed three hita in 713 Pittsburgh I10 Atlanta 2 second inning.
LaCoss had a perfect game until he innings before getting relief help from ThPomrwsThT30hcaerls
PITTSBURGH-A pair of two-run for Bonds, who is only the second
4 homers by Bill Robinson and John Can- player in major league history to crack
""#: d delaria's pitching keyed the Pittsburgh the 300 barrier in both home runs and
Pirates to an easy 10-2 victory over the stolen bases. Bonds has 413 career
Atlanta Braves last night. stolen bases, Willie Maya accomplished
Candfarshiao 1-1, helped himself with the feat with60 home runs and 338
double.-run stolen bases.
STARTER MICKEY Maler, 0-2, Baseball Top Ten*
took the loss.AMRCNLGU
2t. LOis 5,JHoustionI 2 Kemp nel ............1 53 10 21 .36
+Mr Lemon Chioo ....h.....21 82 14 31 .37
Bnnise hi ......20 2 15 27 .37
ST. LOUIS-The St. Louis Cardinals Salley Mi ...........21 81 1 30 .370
capitalized on a Houslton error for two Whtake Del...1.. 6 57 12 21 .368
unearned runs in the fifth inning that Pyre Chi ............1 5 6 2 .364
heledthe t a -2vicor ovr he Olie Te .......... 28 77 12 20.W
hepe he o -2vctr oe te Pote KC........21 72 18 26 .361
Astros last night. Gih (al1.......24 89 14 32 .36
JOHN DENNY, 2-2, who pitched out Coope Ml.......23 92 1 32 .348
r of several early jams, was the winner OtsC ..............1 69 21 24 .34
while Astros starter Ken Forsch suf- Homle Runs
fe, { lred his first loss this season afte three Lynn11,Bostonh 8; sigleto'Baltiimoe' 7; Thms,
dyMilaukee ; Coo1pe, Miwaukee 6; Gich, (Cali-
victories. 12eni, 6.
An error byAstros shorttp Craig Runs21Bt1I
Reynolds opened the way for the tying Baylo, Cliorni. 29; Prte, Kansas City. 22;
and go-ahead runs for St. Louis. Dane Coope, Mihaukee, 21; Sigetn, Baltimoe 20;
a1 r.(Coes, 5an0a0City, L2.
Iorg opened the fifth with a grounder Pthig 3 Desions)t
that glanced off Reynolds' glove. After Joh, Ne York, 5-0, 1.000; Koomtan, Mineoa,
7 X one out, Mike Tyson doubled home a 341. 1.00: Jekis, Txas, 4, 1.000; MClre,
run to tie the score at 2-2. Tyson moved Milakee, 30, 1.000; Zh, Mineot, 3-0 1.00;
Ken, Teas, 3-0, 1.000; Cldel, Milake. 4-1,
to third on a groundut and dashed 00; splitoelt. KnsCity, 4-1. .800.
home with the deciding run on a single NATIONAL LEAGUE
fto center by Garry Templeton G Al16 H Pet.
AP Photo The Astros went quickly in front with Wiotied 5D)...........24 97 10 7 .81
it' e n~ o ga first-inning run, the 13th time in 23 Comtie Mt .........20 87 14 331 .39
" ~games they have scored in the opening Grif-fey Ci .......21 7 13 32 360
Rusty Staub, holdout Detroit Tigers designated hitter, holds a bat at Chicago's frame. Reynolds drew a oneout walk, Fote All.......220r68 11;24 .351
Comiskey Park after reporting to the team for the first time since the 1978 season was balked to second by Denny and Cacter M IL............... .. 92 19 13 23 .348
Staub has yet to see action._ scored on Cesar Cedeno's double. Den- Prke Pgh .......19 74 16 23 .33
ny then walked Jose Cruz and Enos omell All.......21 74 13 253U.3
Moeno Pgh ...........19 75 11 25 .333
Cabell to load the bases, but he got Bob Whifield SF...........24 90 13 30 .333
Watson to hit into a double play. Home Rns
S P I G* * * Mrphy. Atlnta, 9; Kigma, Chiago 7; Crte,
S P R IN G Motreal 6; Dwson, Moteel, 6; Mtthews,
S L 'CLEVELAND-Gordon Thomas Rns Battedt
S L25 day rm1, t h entire rer wall 31 h Peakwill be remved Slapedfor snlsto lead a 14-hit Fse.Cinc inai, 22; igmn, Chi06, 2;
of Smmer spot 19uipment. Milwaukee attack and Moose HBass wt 6
posted his first major league victory in Pitchig (3 Decisios)
EV R T M 10- 0 F more than a year as the Brewers .Rthe, Philadelphia, 40 1.000; Rihrd, Hos.
E V RY n v 10-~ ~ O F'defeated the Cleveland Indians 6-1 last to, 4-0, 1.000 Inee. Mootreal, ;3, 1.000; Adojoe.
SUMM R H URS Mo. -ri. 0 - B at.10-6 Sa. 1 -' niht.Hototn, 3-, 1.09: KFosch, Houto, 3-0 1.000;
SUMER000HaasF,,1 8So11061,,12struck out six walked Epoo hlaepi,31.75;Reed, Phil7dl-
Baa , 1 , 'phia, 31. .750; ~itel, S. Loi, 3-, .750; Pey
Running Sale 's- 0 three and allowed only five hits in going Sa Diego. 31, .750.
REG. SAL ono a~nr °°°pothe distance for his first victory since *Las night's games nool clded
N~r.Eit 355 1.9 0 o r" a. April 12, 1978. Cleveland starter and
,ddVe~ 003 109 l t
N3. 33LU 3395 295 513n 8
3;,,.;L;33 2231.S aGolfers ed e EMiU
A, fag Lady Rw3n .0033326.950 ' ,
113.3;.,. 3595 2295 .. .,- 3
Baseball Sale SELECTED SHOES 1/2 OFF
ALETBALL OSOS15 F owin home tourney
Tennis Sale 20-50% Of f Highlighted by a sterling performance from sophomore Tom Pursel,
" DEMO eROGRAM -30 5.00 da- ow, yo toItry3 9r2333 o,, 0Racquet . the Michigan men's golf team combined for a total of 306 to win the Go BluetoayTe50,-r6e8 npvh,
FRE5E TENNIS 11,312;1I32S~ Invitational yesterday. Parsel turned in a 75, which qualified him for the
" 02TNI LESSON - Eery eveing 6 100m Mody 16,3Frida tournament medalist honor.
Wl3 sonWomCss 53330 [ 0-S3995 The Blue linksters were followed by Eastern Michigan, ten strokes back,
Ba;rg;Plye 4;8330 995 with 316. Michigan State finished third with 321. Michigan's "Blue" team, a
Pnae 60 99 second entry in the tournament, shot 328, to finish fifth. Fourth place was
(3.11 ; 333 39 claimed by Toledo with 323 for the l-hole event.
- DESPITE MICHIGAN'S victory on their home course, coach Tom
333ALL ENNIS COTHNS P Simon said that e was not satisfied with the quality of the team's play.
Penn 1 20 -SU %oFF "They didn't play up to their potential. They can do much better."
TennIls Bell 0U4 According to Simon, the Michigan golfers were feeling extra pressure in
Sale this tournament because the results will be used to determine the starting
$I.89five for the Spartan Invitational slated for this weekend in East Lansing.
a 2, 150f r rte 971- 4 1o Meanwhile, the Wolverines are Iooking ahead to theBig Ten championship
s#s~ ~ rpn~ e to be held in Champaign, May 10-12.



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