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Tigers continue hex
over Red Sox, 4-2

From Wire Service Reports
Al Kaline's -tie-breaking two-
run single with the bases loaded
in the eighth inning highlighted a
three-run uprising that enabled
the Detroit Tigers to continue
their domination of the Boston
Red Sox with a 4-2 victory last
It was the Tigers' 10th triumph
in 11 meetings with the Red Sox
this season.
Eddie Brinkman opened the

eighth with a single, the fifth
hit off loser Bill Lee, 12-5, and"
the Tigers had two runners
aboard when Lee fielded Mickey
Stanley's sacrifice bunt and
dropped it while trying to tag
the runner. The runners advanced
on a wild pitch and Tony Taylor
walked before Kaline's two-run
Taylor was cut down trying
to go to third but the Tigers
added another run on Willie

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Minnesota 8,
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Baltimore 9,
Baltimore 5,
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Major League Standings g
EatW L Pct. GB EatW L Pct. GB$
59 44 .573 - St. Louis 53 46 .535 -
54 42 .562 1' Chicago 52 48 .520 1
52 46 .531 41 Pittsburgh 48 49 .495 4
51 48 .514 6 Montreal 47 51 .479 5
47 51 .480 9' Philadelphia 46 54 .460 7x>
36 66 .352 224 New York w s 43 53 .449 8'
56 45 .554 - Los Angeles 64 38 .627 _
57 47 .550 Cincinnati 59 43 .578 5
52 47 .525 3 San Francisco 58 43 .574 50
50 51 .497 6 Houston 53 51 .509 12
48 51 .490 7 Atlanta 46 59 .438 19 4
37 61 .371 17! San Diego 33 67 .330 30
oesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 6 Pittsburgh 10, Chicago 6
Oakland 2 Cincinnati 12, Atlanta 2
fornia 2 Houston 5, Los Angeles2
Cleveland 0 (1st) :Montreal 5, Philadelphia 4
Cleveland 2 (2nd) New York 2, St. Louis 1
2, Chicago 1 (10 inn.) San Diego at San Francisco, inc.
Today's Games Todays Games
(Medich 7-5) at Milwau- Philattelphia (Twitchell 8-3) at
ood 5-5). Pittsburgh (Rooker 4-2).
(C. Wright 8-13) at Kan- St. Louis (Cleveland 10-5) at Chi-
Wright 6-4). oago (Jenkins 9-8).
erritt 3-5) at Oakland Montreal (Torrez 5-9) at New York
(Stone 5-3), night
Curtis 8-8) at Cleveland Atlanta (Harrison 6-3 or Devine
), twilight 0-2) at Houston (Wilson 6-11), nightt.
Coleman 15-8) at Balti- Cincinnati (Hal 6-4) at San Diego
2-0), night (0ones 2-3), night
Johnson 2-2) at Minne- San Francisco (Barr 8-9) at Los An-
r 4-5), night geles (Sutton 12-6), night

Horton's infield hit, which chased
- Lee, and Frank Howard's single
off reliever Bob Veale.
The Red Sox got a run in the
ninth on singles by Doug Griffin
and Luis Aparicio around an in-
field out.
Kaline's fifth home run of the
baseball season with two out in
the first inning staked Detroit
starter Jim Perry to a J-0 lead.
Boston tied it in the third on
Tomtmiy Harper's 10th home run.
Winner John Hiller, 6-3, re-
lieved Perry with runners at
second and third and one out inn
the sixth and retired pinch hitter
Danny Cater on a pop fly and
struck out Harper.
Elsewhere in the major leagues,
a couple of sluggers, Johnny
Bench of Cincinnati and George
Mitterwald of Minnesota, made
headlines along with a pitcher,
Jim Palmer of Baltimore.
Bench drove in six runs with
two homers and a bases-loaded
walk to help the Reds crush At-
lanta 12-2 behind a five-hitter by
Jack Billingham.
Mitterwald slammed his fourth
homer in four games, igniting
a seven-run first inning for the
Twins as they made it three in a
row over Oakland 8-2.
Palmer turned in a one-hitter
in pitching the Orioles to a 9-0
shutout of Cleveland in the first
game of a doubleheader. He had
a no-hitter going until George
Hendrick singled to start the
eighth inning for the Indians.
Roy White's eighth-inning triple
followed by Ron Blomberg's RBI
single gave the New York Yan-
keesea come from behind victory
over Milwaukee and Pittsburgh
exploded a 21-hit attack for a
10-6 triumph over the slumping
Chicago Cubs.
Texas made it six in a row
by beating California 5-2 on Tom
Grieve's first homer of the year.
It came with two on in the sec-
ond inning and provided the mar-
gin of victory. Houston stopped
Los Angeles 5-2 on a three-run
fifth inning capped by Roger
Metzger's triple.

AP Photo
Sparky saves
New York Yankee ace reliever Sparky Lyle, who has saved 61
Bomber victories in a little over one and one-half seasons, looks
through his Lifesaver of the Month Award he received Thursday
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Miami defeats pesky All-Stars
behind two Csonka scores, 14-3

CHICAGO VP) - The bristling
College All-Stars, rated 17-point
underdogs, carried the game to
the World Cahmpion Miami Dol-
phins but yielded two touchdowns
to crushing fullback Larry Csonka
and bowed 14-3 in the 40th All-
Star Football Game last night.
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Before going down for the
collegians' 10th straight defeat
on rain-drenched Soldier Field,
the All-Stars missed a touchdown
by six inches and outplayed the
National Football League cham-
pion Dolphins between Csonka's
touchdown smashes leading off
the first and fourth quarters.
The punting of Southern Mis-
hissippi's Ray Guy and the sharp
quarterbacking of Bert Jones of
Louisiana State thrilled a ca-
pacity throng of 54,103, which was
thoroughly drenched by a tor-
rential downpour at halftime of
the nationally televised game.
Guy provided the All-Stars'
only points with a 10-yard field
goal with 15 seconds left in the
first half when the best All-Star
thrust of the game stalled after

reaching the Dolphin six-inch
It took a fourth quarter rally
on the passing of 39-year-old
Griese, to wrap up the Dolphins'
Earl Morrall, in relief of Bob
hard-earned victory with Csonka's
seven-yard scoring smash after
3:57 of the fourth period.
CSONKA, who bulled three
yards for the first Miami touch-
down to cap a 60-yard drive in
the opening quarter, got his
second touchdown after Morall
whipped a paid of decisive passes
to ex-Michigan star Jim Mandich.
In a drive starting from the
Miami 46, Morrall flipped a 24-
yard pass to Mandich carrying
to the All-Star 20 and then hit
Mandich on an 11-yarder reach-
ing the seven.
The Ann Arbor Y Judo Club,
to cooperation with the Michigan
Association of the AAU, is host-
ing this year's National AAU
Junior Judo Olympic Elimina-
tions for Michigan tomorrow at
the Ann Arbor Y. The competi-
tion will last most of the day
with the best viewing in the mid-
afternoon session.

PEACE CORPS started here.
Don't Let It End Here.
Peace Corps & Vista
Recruiters in the Michigan Union
July 30, 31, August 1, 9-4:30,

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