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Tuesday, July 30, 1974


Page Ele,

Tiger homers scalp Indians


By The AssociatedPress
CLEVELAND - Four first-
toning home runs-three in con-
secutive at bats byrAl Kaline,
Bill Freehan and Mickey Stan-
ley-staked Detroit to a 6-0 lead
and the Tigers went on to a 8-2
rout of the Cleveland Indians
last night.
It was the first time that four
home runs had ever been hit in
the first inning of a major
league baseball game. The rec-
ord for a single inning is five
homers and there have been
four homers hit in a single in-
ning 17 times previously - but
never in the opening frame.
Kaline opened the- barrage off
Indian starter Fritz Peterson,
drilling a two-run homer with
Marv Lane aboard. Then Free-
han and Stanley connected, giv-
ing the Tigers a 4-0 lead and
chasing Peterson, 7-6.
Steve Kline relieved and was
touched for a single by Jim

Northrup, who was forced on
an Aurelio Rodriguez's ground-
er. Ed Brinkman then kept the
spree going by powering the
fourth homer of the inning for
a 6-0 Detroit edge.
The Indians got one run off
winner Mickey Lolich, 11-13, in
in the second when John Ellis
scored on an error and another
in fifth when Charlie Spikes sin-
gled home Jack Brohamer. Lo-
lich scattered six hits.
Two walks in the fifth and
Northrup's second single of the
evening scored Kaline for De-
troit's seventh run. Jerry Moses
homered in the eighth to cap
the Tiger attack.
Dodger deluge
ATLANTA - Jim Wynn
knocked in four runs, including
two n his 24th home run of the
baseball season, helping the
Los Angeles Dodgers snap a
three-game losing streak with a

10-2 triumph over the Atlanta
Braves last night.
Wynn's two-run homer off
starter Ron Reed, 6-6, followed
Bill Buckner's single and gave
the Dodgers a 2-1 lead in the
third. He singled home a run in
a five-run fifth and had a sacri-
fice fly in the sixth.
Meanwhile, Don Sutton evened
his record at 8-8 by scattering
nine hits. The Braves got a run
in the first when Ralph Garr
tripled off Willie Crawford's
glove and scored on Hank
Aaron's single to left.
Dave Lopes trigged the fifth-
inning outburst with his second
homer of the year, a shot just
inside the right-field foul pole.
Wynn singled home another
run and Crawford lashed a two-
run single. The other run in the
inning scored on a wild pitch
by reliever Joe Niekro.
The Dodgers won only their
sixth game in their last 16 and
ended a three-game winning
streak for the Braves, all under
new manager Clyde King.
Padres perk
and Nate Colbert cracked solo
home runs to help Bill Greif
and the San Diego Padres beat
the Cincinnati Reds 3-2 last
Grubb tagged Clay Kirby, 7-6,
for his sixth home run of the
baseball season with two down
in the first and Colbert hit his
10th of the year and first since
July 16 with one down in the
The Padres' other run came
in the second on Clarence Gas-
ton's bunt, a throwing error by
catcher Johnny Bench, an in-
field single by Dave Roberts

and Enzo Hernandez's two-out tory of the season as the Phila-
single to left. delphia Phillies beat the Pitts-
The Reds scored their runs in burgh Pirates 13-1 last night.
the sixth on run-scoring singles Schmidt gave Carlton a 2-1
with two out by Dan Driessen first-inning lead with his 21st
and Dave Concepcion. homer, and blasted No. 22 in
Greif, 6-11, scattered 10 hits
as the Padres beat the Reds for a five-ron sixth.
only the third time in 11 meet- Carlton gave up a run in the
ings this year. first on a pair" of walks and
* * * Richie Zisk's RBI single, then
Pirates pounded set down 17 of the next 18 bat-
ters. The only hit in that span
PHILADELPHIA - M i k e l ik*t
Schmidt hit a pair of two-run was a single by Zisk in the
homers and Steve Carlton pitch- fourth, and he was erased in a
ed a two-hitter for his 13th vic- doubleplay.
Major League Standings

Michigan hires r
new assistants
The Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics has
Hired three new assistant coaches The Daily learned yester-
day. Two of the new assistants will work under new trackF
coach Jack Harvey, while the third will be an aid to newt
wrestling coach Bill Johannson.
The new track assistants are Ron Warhurst, 31, a Nutley,=
N.J., native and Greg Syphax, 24, from Washington, D.C.
Calvin Jenkins, a Wolverine teammate of Johannson, as-
sumes Johannson's former wrestling assistant's job. Jenkins
finished second in the Big Ten at 147 lbs. in 1966.
Warhurst's main assignment was reported as being pri-
marily that of cross country coach. He was a collegiate dis-
tance runner at Western Michigan University and last year
for the D.C. Striders.
Syphax, another former Wolverine athlete, ran the 410
dash and finished second to teammate Kim Rowe in 1968,
his senior year.
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W L Pet. GB
Boston 54 46 .540 -
Cleveland 51 48 .515 21
Baltimsore 51 49 .510 3
New York 5050 .500 3
Milwaukee 49 51 .490 5
Detroit 48 52 .480 6
Oakland 59 42 .584 --
Kansas City 50 48 .510 7%
Chicago 50 49 .505 8
Texas 51 51 .500 8%
Minnesota 49 53 .480 10A
California 40 63 .38 20
Yesterday's Results
Bltinsore 0, Milwaukee 0
Dletroit 0, Cleveland 2
Boston 2, New York 1, 11 inn.
Kansas City at Texas, inc.
Chicago at Oakand, ine.
Today's Games
New York (Medich 13-7 and Dob-
son 8-12) at Milwaukee (Colborn 6-
8 and Sprague 7-2), twi-night.
Cleveland (Bosman 3-0) at Balti-
more (Cuellar 13-6), night.
Detroit (Coleman 8-9) at Boston
(Cleveland 7-8), 7:30 p.m., TV 2.
Kansas City (Spllttorft 10-10) at
Minnesota (Decker 10-9), night.
Chicago (Kaat 11-6) at California
(Ryan 13-10), night.
Texas (Bibby 13-12) at Oakland
(Abbot 3-1), night.

W L Pet. GB
Philadelphia 53 48 .525 -
St. Louis 51 50 .505 2
Pittsburgh 48 53 .475 5
Montreal 46 53 .465 6
New York 44 54 .449 7%
Chicago 42 56 .429 9
Los Angeles 66 37 .641 -
Cincinnati 62 42 .596 4
"o"ston 54 49 .524 12
Atlanta 53 50 .515 13
San Francisco 47 57 .452 19
San Diego 44 61 .419 23
Yesterday's Results
New Ytoek 4, Monstreal 3
Sc. Lousis 11, Chicago 4
Los Angeles 10, Atlanta 2
Philadelphia 13. Pittsbrgh 1
San Diego 3, Cincinnati 2
San Francisco 7, Houston 2
Today's Games
Montreal (Renko 7-10) at Chicago
(Reuschel 10-7).
Pittsburgh (Rooker 6-8 and Ellis
6-8) at New York (Matlack 9-7 and
Koosman 10-7), twi-night.
San Francisco (Barr 8-5) at At-
lanta (Morton 11-7), night.
St. Lotis (Foster 5-6) at Phila-
delphia (Lonborg 12-9), night.
Houston (Wilson 6-8) at Cin-
cinnati (Norman 10-9), night.
Los Angeles (Rau 9-6) at San
Diego (Jones 7-13), night.

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