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;e Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 27, 1974
88 BUSTE D
ck Coady, of the Green Bay
Pckers, should be asking if
f there's Gatorade in jail, be-
.y , cause that's where he went
hursday night after reusing
eto stop picketing on the Lam.
rr. . . beau Field parking lot. In Ak-
ron, the players and the UAW
intend to picket today's Hall of
Fame game, and they're also
under a restraining order. If
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thine e sere to see the fun
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Tgers WIN 10upset

Coleman is victor on
Northrup's clutch hit

By JOHN KAHLER
special To The Daily
DETROIT -Perhaps the De-
troit Tigers should plan more
special nights. The last time
they won was on Navy Night,
a week ago. Last night was
Lutheran Night, and the Ben-
gals rewarded the Sons and
Daughters of the Reformation
present in the stands by beat-
ing the Boston Red Sox, 1-0 in
11 innings.
JIM NORTHRUP picked up the
lone RBI of the night, as his

drive into the right field corner
scored Gary Sutherland from
second to break up an epic
pitching duel between the Bo-
Sox's Reggie Cleveland and Joe
Coleman of the Tigers.
If Coleman has ever pitched
a better game than the one he
threw last night, no one has
seen it. But Reggie Cleveland
was, if anything, better. He had
a no-hitter going for six and
two-thirds innings, until a dou-
ble by Jim Nettles broke it up.
The Tigers did not even come
close to getting another hit dur-

ing regulation.
COLEMAN, on the other hand,
nearly lost the game in the,
seventh. Walks to Rico Petro-
celli and Danny Cater put run-
ners on first and second, and
Rick Burleson lashed a single
to short left. Unfortunately for
Cleveland, Nettles' throw cut
down Petrocelli at the plate to
end the inning.
This set the stage for the
eleventh, when Petrocelli boot-
ed a grounder by Sutherland to
start off the inning. Al Kaline
sacrificed him to second, and
Northrup delivered to give De-
troit a one-game winning streak.

A. L. East
W L Prt. GB
Boston 51 46 .526 --
Cleveland 50 46 .521 %
Baltimore 50 47 .515 1
New York 50 47 .515 1
Milwaukee 47 50 405 4
Detcoit 46 51 .474 5
A. L. west
Oakland 56 41 .577 --
Chicago 49 46 .510 6>
Kansas City 48 47 .505 7
Tesas 50 50 .500 7
Minnesota 47 51 .480 91,1
Calfornia 39 60 .394 18
Baltimore 9, Cleveland 5, 11 inn.
Today's Games
Detroit (LaGrow 7-9) at Cleve-
land (J. Perry 9-8).
Minnesota (Corbin 5-3) at Oak-
land (Hunter 14-8).
Chicago (Johnson 3-0) at Texas
(Hargan 9-5), evening.
Milwaukee (Champion 4-1) at
Baltimore (Garland 3-3), night.
New York (Tidrow 7-8) at Bos-
ton (Cleveland 7-8), night.
Kansas City (Dal Canton 5-4) at
California (Figueroa 1-2), night.

Major League Standings

N. L. East
w L Pct. GB
Philadelphia 50 47 .515 -
St. Louis 48 50 .490 2Y
Pittsburgh 47 50 A85 3
Montreal 46 50 .479 31
Chicago 42 53 .442 7
New York 41 54 .432 8
N. L. West
Los Angeles 65 35 .650 -
Cincinnati 60 41 .594 5,f
Houston 52 48 .520 13
Atlanta 51 49 .510 14
San Francisco 40 55 .455 19?'
San Diego 43 59 .422 23
Pittsburgh 3, Montreal 0
New York 3, St. Louis 0
Houston 8, Los Angeles 7
Today's Games
St. Louis (Forseb 2-2) at Chicago
(Bonham 9-11).
Pittsburgh (Brett 12-6 and Kison
5-4) at Philadelphia (Ruthven 4-7
and Twitchen 4-2), 2.
San Diego (Spillner 5-5) at Cin-
cinnati (Carroll 2-0). night.
Los Angeles (Downing 3-4) at At-
lanta (Morton 11-7), night,
Montreal (McAnally 6-11). at New
York (Apodaca 2-5), night.
San Francisco (D'Acquisto 9-7) at
Houston (Dierker 6-6), night.

We're all behind our baseball team .. .

4 -

DETROIT
abr hbi
M Stanley cf 4 0 0 0
Suthrland 2b 3 1 0 0 F
Kaline dh 2 0 0 0 6
Northrup rf 5 0 1 1 F
Nettles If 3 0 1 0 C
Freehan 1h 3 0 0 0 n
G Brown ph 1 0 0 0
N. Cash1b 0 0 0 0 (
A Rodrgez 3b 4 0 1 0 1
E Brnkmnss 3 0 0 0 C
Moses c 3 0 0 0
Oglivie ph 0 0 0 0
Lamont c 0 0 0 0
Colemanup 0 0 0 0
Total 30 1 3 1
One out when winning run scored.
Boston
Detroit
E-Petrocelli. DP-Boston 2. LOB-
ties. SB-Cater. S-Sutherland, E.
Cleveland L, 7-9
Coleman W, 9-9
T-2:15. A-26,922.

Harper If
R Miller cf
Cater lb
Petrocelli 3b
Carbo rf
McAulife dh
Burleson ss
Griffin 2b
Blackwell c
Cleveland p
'Total

ab r
4 0
3 0
5 4
4 0
3 0
4 0
4 0
4 0
4 0
0 0

BOSTON

h bi
0 0
0 0
1 0
0 0
00
00
1 0
1 0
1 0
00

35 0 4 0

000 000 000 00-0
000 000 000 01-1
-Boston 7, Detroit 8. 2B-Net-
Brinkman, R. Miller, Kaline.
IP R R ER BB SO
10% 3 1 0 7 5
11 4 0 0 4 7

Michigan Daily
Sports

Mugged at Shea
Milwaukee's Johnny Briggs is cut down at third by the Yankees' Graig Nettles in yesterday's 1-0
New York triumph.

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