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Thursday, May 25, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

TI, rsayMay 5, 972THE ICHGANDAIL Pae Eeve

Tigers
Rodriguez
plates winner
By The Assciated Press
DETROIT - Aurelio Rodriguez
lashed a two-out, bases-loaded
single in the eighth inning last
night, lifting the. Detroit Tigers
to a 5-3 victory over the Mil-
waukee Brewers.
Jim Northrup started the win-
ning rally with an infield hit off
reliever Ken Sanders and Tom
Haller sacrificed him to second.
Mickey Stanley was given an
intentional walk, Eddie Brink-
man flied out and Gates Brown,
batting f o r winning pitcher
Chuck Seelbach, walked, filling
the bases. Rodriguez then drilled
his single to center.
Magic Number: 129
The Brewers managed only
two hits off four Detroit pitchers
-singles by Mike Ferraro in the
sixth and eighth innings. Lesa
Cain, the starter, hurled hitless
ball for 523 innings and had a
3-0 lead but walked the bases
full. Fred Scherman walked
pinch hitter Curt Motton, forc-
ing in one run, and Ferraro got
Milwaukee's first hit, a game-
tying two-run single.
Tribe toppled
NEW YORK-Rich inon,
making his first start of the
season, checked Cleveland on
five hits for seven innings and
Thurman Munson drove in two
runs as the New York Yankeess
defeated the Indians 4-2 lastt
night.I
Hinton, a left-hander obtain-I
ed from the Chicago White Soxt
last winter, left for a pinch hit-c
ter in the seventh and Sparky
Lyle finished allowing an un-
earned run in the ninth on ans
error and two singles.- I
The Indians nicked Hinton fort
a run in the second when Tom
McCraw singled with two out,t
stole second and scored ont
Frank Duffy's double. a
Vince Colbert, making onlyt
his second 1972 start, protecteds
the lead until the sixth when
singles by Johnny Callison and
Bobby Murcer put runners at
first and third with none out.
Roy White's sacrifice fly ac-
counted for the first run. Mur- I
cer went to second as Ron Blom-
berg grounded out and scored
the winning run on Munson'sf
single.r
It was only the fifth setback
in the last 19 games for the In-I
dians, leaders in the Americant
League East.s
Birds soarv
BOSTON-Andy Etchebarren's
two-run single capped a four-n
run rally in the eighth inning, i
carrying the Baltimore Orioles
to a 4-1 victory over the Boston
Red Sox-last night.
The Baltimore rally was aided
by Doug Griffin's error as the
Boston second baseman dropped1
a throw from shortstop Luis
Aparacio on a bouncer with the
bases loaded. The miscue al-
lowed Terry Crowley to score B
from third with the tying run. Pi
Then Brooks Robinson walked, Pii
forcing in the go-ahead run, P.
b e f o r e Etchebarren ca me
through with his base hit off D.
Lew Krausse, 1-2. fi
M
Chisox charge

ARLINGTON-Rick Reichardt
doubled in three runs to cap a F,
five-run first-inning outburst,
backing Tom Bradley's four hit-
ter as the sizzling Chicago White
Sox defeated the Texas Rangers Ca
5-1 last night.
Bradley stopped the Rangers
on three singles and Dick Bil- l
lings' homer as the American 4-.
League West leading White Sox 1
swept their three-game series.
It was their 12th victory in their c
last 13 games. M

win one; Mets lose one

-Associated Pr es
DETROIT TIGER SECOND BASEMAN Tony Taylor (10) applies a tag on Milwaukee's Brock Dai
(22) on a successful pickoff play in last night's Tiger victory over the Brewers, 4-2.
IN OMAHA
TwV fat boxers fight tonight

OMAHA (A) - Joe Frazier,
who came out of a Philadelphia
slaughterhouse to gain fame in
the ring, will defend his world
h e a v y w e i g h t cham-
pionship against Ron Stander
tonight in this meat packing
center.
Frazier was rated a 10-1 fa-
vorite for the fight which was
scheduled to start at 10:25 p.m.,
EDT, and seen on home tele-
vision beginning at 10 p.m.
Both men ate sluggers and
the chances are excellent that
the fight at the 10,050-seat Om-
aha Civic Auditorium, expected
to be sold out, will not last the
scheduled 15 rounds.

Frazier has scored 24 knock-
outs in winning all 28 of his
pro fights. Stander has 23 vic-
tories, 15 by knockout, one loss
and a draw.
The only common opponent
they have had is Manuel Ra-
mos. Frazier knocked Ramos
out in two rounds in New York
in 1966. Stander fought a draw
with the Mexican here in 1970
and then outpointed him in 10
rounds here last year.
One important difference in
the fighters is that Frazier has
never been cut while Stander
is known as a bleeder and has
had more than 60 stitches in
his face to back up the reputa-
tion.

last fight when he stopped Ter-
ry Daniels in four rounds in
New Orleans Jan. 15. Stander
weighed 241 - he's been heav-
ier - in taking a 10-round de-
cision over John Mac on March
20 at Council Bluffs.
This will be Frazier's fourth
defense since he won universal
title approval by stopping Jim-
my Ellis in five rounds Feb. 16,
1970, and it will be a fight for
charity. Frazier is giving half
of his purse to research for
sickle cell anemia and his man-
ager, Yank Durham, whose 4-
year-old son has the disease, is
donating his entire cut.
IV .d ~

Hooton wins
for Chicago
By The Associated Press
CHICAGO-Jose Cardenal slug-
ged a pair of two-run homers and
Billy Williams added a solo shot
yesterday, leading the Chicago
Cubs and Burt Hooton to a 5-1
victory over the New York Mets.
Hooton, 4-4, allowed five hits
and bested Buzz Capra, 3-2, in a
battle of rookie right-handers.
The victory was the third
straight for the Cubs who ended
New York's 11-game winning
streak Tuesday.
Willie Mays opened the game
with a single and Jim Fregosi
singled to open the Met second.
Hooton then retired 11 men in a
row before Capra beat out an in-
field hit and advanced to third
on another single by Mays.
Phils axed
MONTREAL - C a r 1 Morton
hurled a one-hitter and Hector
Torres and Bob Bailey socked
solo home runs as the Montreal
Expos defeated Philadelphia 4-1
last night, handing the Phillies
their ninth consecutive loss.
Morton, 2-4, struck out two
and walked two. Anderson scored
on Denny Doyle's sacrifice fly
to account for the Phils' only
run.
The Expos took a 1-0 lead in
the. bottom of the second off
loser Woodie Fryman, 2-2, when
Ken Singleton singled, moved, up
on a wild pitch and scored on a,
double by Ron Woods.
After the Phils tied the score,
Torres clouted his first home run
of the year just inside the left-
field foul pole.
Bailey hit his second home run
in the fourth and Montreal added
a run in the fifth when Ron Hunt
slapped a run-scoring single,
scoring John Beccabella.
* * *
Braves belt
CINCINNATI - Dusty Baker's
two-out single in the eighth in-
ning drove in Ralph Garr with
the tie-breaking run that carried
the Atlanta Braves to a 4-2 vic-
tory over the Cincinnati Reds
yesterday.
Garr had singled to center
with two out and stolen second,
before racing home with the de-
ciding run on Baker's hit.
Atlanta had tied the score 2-2
with two runs in the fifth, also
scoring after two out. Darrell
Evans started the rally with a
double to the right field corner.
Mike Lum singled in Evans
and took second on the throw to
the plate. Lum then scored on
Marty Perez' single to right.
The Reds had taken an early
lead on home runs by Joe Hague
in the second inning and Johnny
Bench in the fourth.
A stros On
SAN DIEGO - Doug Rader's
sacrifice fly in the sixth inn-
ing triggered a two-run, tie-
breaking rally that carried the
Houston Astros to a 4-2 victory
over the San Diego Padres last
night.
The Astros won the game Jn
the sixth by loading the bases
on a double by Jim Wynn, a
single by Bob Watson and an
intentional walk to Johnny Ed-
wards. Rader broke the 2-2 tie
with his sacrifice fly and then
Tommy Helms capped the rally
with a run-scoring single.
Lee May had brought the As-
tros from behind with a two-
run homer off loser Steve Ar-
lin, 3-4, in the fourth inning.
Winner Don Wilson allowed

seven hits, including a two-run
homer by Leron Lee in the first
inning that gave the Padres a
2-0 jump.
The victory evened Wilson's
record at 3-3 and was Hous-
ton's fifth straight.

Frazier, 28, is 5-foot-11%/ and 77lyIll-nN J t ;
are has a 732-inch reach. Stander,
27, is 5-11 with a 70-inch li
of h lf ost reach. Each fighter is expected -
lorv h l os to weigh between 210 and 215. W
Frazier weighed 215i2 in his WINNIPEG A5) - The Win-
NEW YORK (1P) - In an ef- nipeg Jets of the World Hockey
fort to place emphasis on win- ....- Association announced yester-
ning rather than avoiding a , . * day the signing of goaltender
oss, the National Football iv aor League Ernie Wakely, who played the
League announced yesterday last three seasons with the St.
that tie games will count in the St nu $ln s Louis Blues of the National
standings as one-half game won Hockey League.
d one-half game lost stating eagueJets owner Ben Hatskin said
with the 1972 season. w L Pct. GB Wakely, 31, has been signed to
Percentage will still deter- Cleveland 18 11 .620 a three-year contract.
mine the placings in the stand- Detroit 17 13 .567 11 No other terms of the con-
inBaliiose 16 14 .533 2/z tract were ievealed.
ings. New Yori 13 16 .448 5 tr_-rev -.
In previous seasons, tie games Boston 10 18 .357 7!
were discounted Milwaukee 9 18 .333 8 '1W,.TN ''F 'N
Chicago 21 10 .678
Oakland 19 10 .655 1
Leaders nesot 18 11 .60 8 s aaB
STexas 15 18 .455 7 Batting Top Ten
alifirnia1y21 34411 Player ise A B R11 P e.
Batting Top Ten Yesterday's Results S 32 122 13 4 .37
Based on 65 aat s Detroit 5, Milwaukee 3 esD 28 S 4 34.351
ayer Clmb GAB RIt Pit i wYork4,Cvland2 saileS Pgh 30 123 14 43 .350
ICrawsCie 26 8012 28s.346 Chcos.u5 , Texas I5a Iil Si h 31 0153 12 1439.345
iniella KC 30 116 20 40 .345 Baltimore 4, BostonI 5M.Alo h si 30 53 1S 31 .333
nson Cal 27 104 12 34 .327 Minnesota 1, Kansas City 0, 12 innings 1 One CPh 28101 1 33 .327
Kelly Chi 25 89 15 29 .326 California at oakland, inc. sseli LA 30 83 7 27 .325
4ud0 Oak 25 10 17 34 35 MORE to kum A. Oliver Pgh 31 130 19 42 .323
Mlay Chii 28 0 516 33 .314Ciemilte PCdi 29 517 iS 31 .316
Allen Chi ;30 116 18 36 .310 NationalCLeague T mn C inhb 33 127 23 40 .315
raun Min 21 78 8 24 .308East
Nelson Tex 32 123 20 37 .301 w L Pt. GB Home Runs
unson NY 27 9010 27 .300 New York 25 9 .735 - Kingman, San Francisco, 10; Col-
one Runs Pittsburgh 19 12 .613 4 4Bert, San Diego, 9; Stargell, Pitts-
Cash, Detroit, 8; D. Allen, Chicago Chicago 17 15 .531 7; wburgh, 8; Watson, Houston, 8; L. May,
Duncan, Oakland, 7; Darwin, Min- Montreal 16 19 .457 91 Houston, 7; Wynn, Houston, 7.
sota, 6; R. Jackson, Oakland, 6. Philadelphia 15 19 .441 10 Runs Batted In
Runs Batted in St. Louis . 12 22 .353 13 Kingman, San Francisco, 32; Star-
1). Allen, Chicago, 27; Darwin, Min- West gell, Pittsburgh, 25; Watson, kIous-
sota, 22; C. May, Chicago, 21; Dun- louston 23 12 .657 - ton, 25; Wynn, 1louston, 24; Cobert,
n, Oakiand, 20; It. Jackson, Oak- Los Angeles 21 14 .600 2 San Diego, 24; Bonds, San Francisco,
nd, 20. Cincinnati 18 17 .514 5 24.
Atlanta 14 20 .412 8 ;-
Pitching (5 Decisions) San Diego 15 22 .405 9 Pitching (5 Decisions)
Lolich, Detroit, 8-1, .888; G. Perry, San Francisco 12 26 .316 12'S J. Ray, Houston, 7-0, 1.000; Sutto,
eveland, 8-2, .800; Kaat, Minnesota, Yesterday's Results Los Angeles, 6-0, 0.000; Matlack, News
1, .800; Wood, Chicago, 7-2, .777; Chicago 5, New York I York, 5-0, 1.000; Seaver, New York, 7-1,
oltzman, Oakland, 6-2, .750. Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 2 .875; McDowell, San Francisco, 6-1,
Stolen Bases Montreal 4, Philadelphia 1 .857; Blass, Pittsburgh, 5-1, .833; Ellis,
D. Nelson, Tex, 13; P. Kelly, Chi, 9; Pittsburgh at St. Louis, (tied after 12) Pittsburgh, 5-1, .833; Nolan, Cincin-
mpaneris, Oak, 8; McCraw, Ce, 7; San Francisco at Los Angeles, inc. nati, 5-1, .833; Osteen, Los Angeles, 5-1,
addox, Tex, 7. Houton 4, San Diego 2 .833.

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