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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Wednsda, Ma 15 197 TH MICIGA DAIY Pge Eeve

Lolich downs Yanks;
Orioles, Bosox fall,

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Mickey Lolich,
snapped out of his early-season
doldrums with a three-hitter and
the Detroit Tigers celebrated
Manager Ralph Houk's return
to New York by defeating the
Yankees 5-2 last night.
It was the firstnNew York ap-
pearance in a visiting uniform
for Houk, who spent 35 years
in the Yankee organization, 11
as manager.
Lolich, Detroit's longtime ace,
entered the game with a 1-5
record and 4.85 earned run av-
erage. The 33-year-old left-
hander held the Yankees hitless
for 323 innings but fell behind
1-0 when Lou Piniella singled,
Jim Ray Hart walked and Graig
Nettles singled.
The Tigers then jumped on
Pat Dobson, 2-6, for three runs
in the fifth to wrap it up for
Lolich. Singles. by Aurelio Rod-
riguez, Eddie Brinkman and
Mickey Stanley tied the score.
After a sacrifice bunt, Jim
Northrup got the lead run home
with a sacrifice liner and Al
Kaline singled in the third.
The Yankees, who dropped
their fourth game in a row,
scored their second run in the
sixth on Bobby Murcer's triple
and Piniella's sacrifice fly.
Rodriguez triggered a two-run
rally for the Tigers in the
eighth with his fourth straight
hit.
Birds brewed
BALTIMORE-Pedro Garcia,
Johnny Briggs, Bobby Mitchell
and George Scott each drove in
two runs last night to lead the
Milwaukee Brewers to their
fifth straight victory, an 8-3
triu'mphant over the Baltimore
A.L. Leaders
By The Associated Press
BATTING (75 at bats) - Carew,
Min, .400; R. Jackson, Oak, .385;
McRae, KC, .385; Rojas, KC, .349;
B. Robinson, Bal, .342.
RUNS - Campaneris, Oak, 25; R.
Jackson, Oak, 24; Mayberry, KC, 22;
G. Nettles, NY, 20; Rivers, Cal 20.
RUNS BATTED IN - R. Jackson,
Oak, 30; Bureouths, Tes, 30; G.
Nettles, NY, 27; McRae, KC, 24;
Briggs, Mil, 23; Money, Mil, 23.
HITS - Carew, Min, 48;; Rojas,
KC, 44; A. Johnson, Tex, 43; R.
Jackson, Oak, 42; Rudi, Oak, 41.
DOUBLES - Rudi, Oak, 13; Healy,
KC, 10 McRae, KC, 9; R. Jackson,
Oak, 9; Burroughs, Tex, 9.
TRIPLES - white, NY, 4; Garcia,
Mil, 3; Valentine, Cal, 3; Risers,
Cal, 3; Otis, KC, 3; Canspaneris,
oak, 3.
OOME RUNS - G. Nettles, NY,
1; R. Jackson, Oak, 11; w. Horton,
Det, 7; Burroughs, Tex, 7.
STOLEN BASES - Patek, KC, 13;
Campaneris, Oak, 9; North, Oak, 9;
Rivers, Cal, 8; Wolhlford, KC, 8; D.
Nelson, Tex, S.
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Orioles.
Billy Champion, 1-0, who had
worked only eight innings pre-
viously this year ,outdueled Cy
Young Award winner Jim Pal-
mer, 2-4, who was raked for
seven runs in 41/3 innings.
Sox socked
CLEVELAND -George Hen-
drick hit a two-run homer and
scored two runs last night to
back the five-hit pitching of
Gaylord Perry that carried the
Cleveland Indians to a 6-2 vic-
tory over the Boston Red Sox.
The Indians took a 2-0 lead
against Reggie Cleveland, 1-4,
in the second inning on Hen-
drick's single, a walk to Dave
Duncan, John Lowenstein's sin-
gle and Jack Brohamer's sacri-
fice fly.
Perry, 5-1, gave up Dick Mc-
Auliffe's homer in the fifth but
the Indians put the game away
on Hendrick's sixth homer of
the season in the bottom of the
fifth and Frank Duffy's fourth
homer of the year in the sixth.
Reds romped
CINCINNATI-Mike Caldwell
notched his sixth victory of the
season with a five-hitter and

Gary Thomasson cracked three
hits and scored two runs to lead
the San Francisco Giants to a
4-0 victory over the Cincinnati
Reds last night.
One of the hits off Caldwell,
6-1, was a double by Pete Rose
that moved the fiery outfielder
into first place on Cincinnati's
all-time modern total bases list
with 3,064.
Thomasson, subbing for slump-
ing Bobby Bonds, tripled off
Jack Billingham, 5-2, in the first
and scored on Tito Fuentes'
roller.
BUCs bucked
PITTSBURGH-Rick Reuschel
pitched a four-hitter, doubled
and scored a run to lead the
Chicago Cubs to a 7-1 victory
over the Pittsburgh Pirates last
night.
Expos coast
PHILADELPHIA-Steve Rog-
ers pitched a six-hitter and his
Montreal teammates b a c k e d
him with a 15-hit assault that
carried the Expos past the
Philadelphia Phillies 9-2 last
night and into first place in the
National League East.

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