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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, June 19, 1974
TWO HITS FOR HOUK'S HEROES
Biby bffes Tiers
Kaat notches No. 2OO;
Grich hits three Hs
By The Associated Press
ARLINGTON, Tex-Jimo Bibby
fired a two-hitter and pitched
the Texas Rangers to a 6-0 vic-
tory over the Detroit Tigers last
Bibby, 10-8, struck out seven
and walked none in tying the
Rangers' record for, most vic-
tories in a season, a mark he
now shares with Rich Hand,
who was 10-14 in 1972.
It was Bibhys third straight
win and fifth in his last six
starts. The only hits he allowed
were a leadoff single by Ben
Oglivie in, the fifth inning and a
leadoff double by Jim Northrop
in the eighth.' Oglivie had re-
placed Willie Horton in left field
in the third inning.
The Rangers grabbed their 6-0
advantage with three-ronot-
borsts in the first and second
innings against Lerrin LaGrow,
CLEVELAND - Jim Raat,
hacked by two home rons each
by Dick Allen and Jorge Orta,
notched his 200th major league
career victory with a nine-hit-
ter last night in the Chicago
White Sox' 7-3 victory over the
East, 6-6, who spent most of
his 13 American Leagoe seasons
with the Minnesota Twins, join-
ed the White Sox in 1972. The
triomph improved his lifetime
mark to 200-166.
BALTIMORE - Bobby Grich
drove in six rons with three
consecutive homers, giving the
Baltimore Orioles a 10-1 victory
over the Minnesota Twins last
Grich, whose solo homer hod
given Baltimore a 1-0 victory
Monday night, lofted a three-
run homer off Joe Decker, 7-5,
in the third inning to put the
Orioles ahead 5-1.
Grich followed that with a
line shot off Decker in the
fifth. Then he clouted a two-
run job off Tom Burgmeier
in the seventh, giving him 11
homers for the season and
four in a span of five times
at bat. It was the first time
that a Baltimore player has
hit three homers in Memor-
Tommy Davis drove in two
runs for the Orioles, one on his
fourth homer, to help Ross
Grimsley even his record at 7-
7. The Oriole left-hander wea-
thered an 13-hit assault by the
ST. LOUIS- Alan Foster
pitched a five-hitter and' sin-
gles by Joe Torre and Mike Ty-
son produced runs in the first
and fourth innings, carrying the
St. Louis Cardinals to a. 3-0 vic-
tory over the San Francisco Gi-
ants last night.
Making his first start in three
weeks, Foster, 2-5, notched his
first triumph since beating the
Montreal Expos on April 20.
Lou Brock, celebrating his 35th
birthday, stroked two singles
and stole his 41st and 42nd
bases of the season.
CINCINNATI - R o o k i e
Jim Cox led off the ninth inning
with his second major league
home run and Ernie McAnally
hurled a two-hitter, leading the
Montreal Expos to a 2-1 victory
over the Cincinnati Reds last
Don't rub it in
Yugoslavia's Branke Ohblak raises his arms in joy after scoring the seventh goal while Zaire'
goalie Muamha Kazadi pounds the earth with his fist in frustration at yesterday's World Cup
soccer match in Germany. TheQ Yugoslavsswon, 9-0, tying the record for goals set by Hungary in
1954 against Korea. (Story, page 11)
Netters hold third
but Fleming loses
Malor Leaioue Standinqs
WL Pet. GB W LPo
Boston 351 27 .565 -- Piliadelphia, 34 30 .
Detroit 32 30 .516 3 St. Loots 32 30 .
Baltimore 32 30 .5161 3 Montreal 29 28 .
Cleveland 32 30 .516 3 Pittsburgh 20 34 .
New Yoek 33 32 .508 3t. Chicato 25 34 .4
Milwaukee 29 30 .492 4%. New York 24 39 .
Oakland 34 29 .140 -West
Texas 33 31 .517 1?; Los Angeles 44 22 ,
Kansas City 31 30 .508 2 Cincinnati 36 26
Chicago - 20 30 .403 3'% Atlanta 37, 17
,r Calitornia 27 37 .432 7%. Houston 33 33 .
Minnesota 25 31 .417 7i'! San Franciseo 32 30 .
Yesterday's Results - San Diego 28 42 .
Kansas City 7, Milwaukee 0, (1st) Yesterday's Rtesults
Kansas City at Milwaukee (2nd). San tDiego 9, Chicago 4
ppd., rain Pittsburgh 2, Los Angeles 0
Chicago 7, Cleveland 3 Hlouston 1, Philadelphia 0
Baltimore S, Minnesota 1 Montreal 2, Cincinnati 1
Texas 6, Detrot 0 Atlanta , New York I
Boston at Oakland, 1nc. St. Louis 3, San Franciscno#
New York at Calitornia, tnc.Toa'Gae
ToasGms Today's Games
Chicago (Bahnsen 5-7) at Circe- Montreal (Torrz 0-4) at
land (Arlin 0-0), night. nati (Gullett 7-3).
Minnesota (Butler 1-1) at Hati- Atlanta (Capra 6-2) at Ne
more (MceNally 5-5), night. (Matlack 5-4).
Kansas City (nusby 8-6) at Mil- San Diego (Spillner 21)a
Wankrr (Wight 5-8), night. cago (Todd 1-0).
Detroit (Coleman 6-7) at Tesas Ls
(3. Brown 6-2), night. o Angeles (Rao 5-I) at
Boston (Tiant S-6) at Oakland burgh (Ellis 3-5), night.
(Blue 6-6), night. Mouston (Roberts 5-7) at
New York (tottlemyre 6-7 or Me- dephla (Lonborg 8-5), night
dichb 7-5) at California (Stoneman San Francisco (D'Acquisto
159), night. St. Loula (Gibson 3-7), nlg)
. Special To The Daiiy
o LOS ANGELES - Michigan advanced
-three singles players and two doubles
tandems in the 9th annual NCAA tennis
championships, but number four singles
man, Peter Fleming, was beaten by
le.G3 Rob Cunningham of Arizona, 6-2, 6-3,
531 -._ to deal the Wolverines a blow in their
5156 1 quest for the championship.
509 11q. At the end of yesterday's play at the
124 6t , University of Southern California, Mich-
1879 igan had 11 points and held down third
167 .- place behind co-leaders Stanford and
"58 6 USC, each with 12 points.
578 6 MICHIGAN'S three singles victories
1500 X50 1 and today's opponent for each Wolverine
100 18 netter:
. Eric Friedler defeated Kurt Nielson
of Long Beach State, 6-4, 6-4, and will
face Joao Sores of Pepperdine.
0 Fred De Jesus defeated Bill Clark
of Kansas, 6-1, 7-6, and will face Larry
Loch of the University of Pennsylvania.
Cincin- _0 Victor Amaya, seeded second after
his fifth place finish last year, defeated
w York Dennis Madden of Oklahoma City, 6-3,
7-5, and will oppose Phil Truhan of
at Chi Northeast Louisiana.
tpitta- Today's opponents were not deter-
mined for the d onu b 1 e s competition.
t Ph a- Amaya and Friedler advanced by trounc-
4in~lg Moffat and Meyert of San 'Jose State,
atL 6-2, 7-5.
Michigan's second doubles pair of De
Jesus and Fleming got Wedderburt and
Morgan of Oklahoma City with ease,
In non-Michigan action' at the NCAA
tourney yesterday, two seeded players,
Georgia's Bill K o p e c k y and UCLA's
Steve Molt, were upset in their second
round singles matches.
Gonzalo Nunez of Texas upended the
10th-seeded Kopecky, 7-6, 4-6, 6-4, and
Billy Brock of North Carolina beat 12th-
seeded Mott, 3-6, 6-0, 6-1.
BRIAN TEACHER of UCLA, the
Pacific-8 Conference singles champion
and the tournament's top-seeded player,
breezed by Mark Crozier, Oklahoma, 6-1,
6-0, as other highly ranked players
advanced to the third mound of singles
Following Stanford, USC, and Mich-
igan in the standings were North Caro-
lisa, UCLA and Southern Methodist each
with eight points, then Trinity, Texas,
Miami, Fla., and Arizona, all at seven.
THIRD-RANKED John_ Andrews of
Southern Cal whipped Howard Berman,
Stanford's J o hn Whitlinger, seeded
fifth, beat Princeton's John Hayes, 6-2,
6-4, and the Cardinals' sixth-seeded Jim
Delaney beat Jeff Holmes, Utah, 6-3, 6-3.