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Saturday, May 27, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Saturday, May 27, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page EIev~en

Genis meets

Cusie
Special To The Daily
The ying and yang of the box-
ing world go at it together in a
scheduled twelve rounder in New
Britain, Conn., today. The match
should provide boxing fans every-
ere with more data to judge
the boxer-slugger controversy.
Both fighters seemed tense,
yet alert at the weight-in. Sandra
Genis was a petite 104 and Wee
Whamin' Cusamano was a ro-
tund 212, his usual drinking
weight.
Genis, the ying, will attempt
to discover whether or not crisp
jabs and light feet can determine
the course of the match. Genis
feels that the key to her success
will be her abiilty to control
the tempo, to feint and dance
yet powder when necessary.
"If the Sot gives us the famous
right cross, we can be in grave
SPORTS EDITOR John Papanek (left) comforts Bill Cusamano danger. His speed is overwhelm-
before the traumatic events of the day. Papanek rushed to Cusa- Genis was obviously referring
mano's bedside in an effort to keep this paper running. (See yes- to the time that Wee Willie
terday's Daily for details)- Cusamano closed down the Busch
TRIBE DOWNED:
Bengals rap Yankees

today
Botanical Gardens in . Tampa,
Fla., in an attempt to find the
Missing Link. In the course of
his effort, Cusamano managed
to bowl over the Elks Club of
Waskeda, Md., and three girl
scouts selling Australian charm
bracelets.
Cusamano was penalized fif-
teen yards and a can opener.
The girl scouts were hospitalized
and given an all-expenses paid
trip to Waskeda.
Genis views the upcoming
m a t c h with some hesitation,
"Marriage is okay, but the Rat
. . . well, you've read The Idiot
haven't you . . .
Cusamano, for his part, looks
for the quick openers. Genis has
the ability for off-tackle work,
that slow steady jabs that can
break into big gains.
Cusamano has been mulling
over his game plan for eighteen
months now and feels supremely
confident. "Ain't no tender foot
gonna git me."
The affair will be a quiet, but
serene affair. Only the best, most
refined elements will be present.
"We decided to combine the
flashiness of Goodbye Columbus
with the subltety of the Feast
of Lupercal," e x p o u n d e d
groundskeeper Charles Manson.
Attendance is expected to .be
in the thousands and the small
stadium in New Britain has al-
ready informed the Daily that
all standing room tickets were
gone by late Friday night.
President Nixon, avid sports
fan that he is, has cabled his
regrets to both players from
Moscow. "If only it wasn't col-
lect," moaned Genis.
Joe Frazer, reached in Omaha,
said that his fight with Muhamed
Ali would depend upon the out-
come of the matchup between
Genis and Cusamano
All of New England has been
blacked out for the match, but
the Daily has managed to get
the rights to exclusive interviews
with the participants after the
big match.

Astros nip
Dodgers
By The Associated Press
HOUSTON - Doug Rader
cashed a run-scoring single in
the seventh inning to break a
tie and give Houston a 5-3 vic-
tory over the Los Angeles Fri-
day night in a tensely-fought
game that had both managers
ejected.
Jimmy Wynn made the win-
ning run possible by hitting a
single and stealing second. Ra-
der then came through with
his single to left, giving Hous-
ton a 4-3 lead.
The Astros then scored an-
other run in the eighth as Jack
Hiatt doubled,,moved to third
on a sacrifice and came in on
Roger Metzger's squeeze bunt.
The victory gave the Astros a
3/-game lead over the Dodg-
ers in their race in the National
League West.
Los Angeles Manager Walt
Alston was thrown out of the
contest in the sixth inning after
disputing a walk to Hiatt that
loaded the bases for the Astros.
Pitcher Dave Roberts then sin-
gled to score one run and Met-
zger hit a sacrifice fly to score
another and give Houston a 3-1
lead. The Dodgers came back
to tie the game with a two-run
seventh on a run-scoring sin-
gle by Frank Robinson and a
bases loaded walk to Chris Can-
nizzaro.
Houston Manager H ar r y
Walker was thrown out while
disputing an outfield play in the
seventh.
Braves bust
ATLANTA - The Atlanta
Braves battered San Francisco
ace Juan Marichal for eight
runs on as many hits in fom
innings, including Hank Aar-
on's 646th career homer, and
walloped the Giants 9-4 Friday
night with Marichal suffering
his eighth defeat.
Reds romp
CINCINNATI - Cincinnati's
Gary Nolan turned the tables
on San Diego shutout artist
Fred Norman and blanked the
Padres 4-0 on five hits Friday
night as the Reds snapped a
three-game losing streak,

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Tom Timmer-
man and Fred Scherman com-
bined for a six-hitter last night
and Al Kaline delivered a clutch
two-run single as the Detroit
Tigers trimmed the New York
Yankees 8-2.
Scherman bailed Timmerman
out of a sixth-inning jam, pitch-
ing two-hit ball the rest of the
way and allowing just one un-
earned run in the ninth, singled
home by Horace Clarke.
Kaline ripped a bases-loaded,
two-out single for a pair of runs
in-the seventh to give the Tigers
some breathing room.
Magic Number: 126
The Tigers, celebrating the
nuptials knocked two games
off the magic number. Con-
grats from the Bengals to the
joyful couple..
Detroit had nicked Kekich for
a run in the first on rookie Paul
Jata's RBI single and added
another in the third when Tim-
merman struck out but reached
first on a third-strike wild pitch
and came around on hits by Tony
Taylor and Aurelio Rodriguez.
The Yankees got one back in
the fifth on hits by Rich Mc-
Kinney and Clarke, sandwiched
around a sacrifice. When Tim-
merman walked two batters with
one out in the sixth, Scherman
relieved.
With two out in the seventh,
Taylor walked and raced to third
on Rodriguez' hit and run single.
A walk to Jata loaded the bases
and Kaline tagged the next pitch
for his two-run single.
The Tigers jumped on Lindy
McDaniel for four unearned runs
in the ninth inning, with the
Professional Lec
American League
East WLPt B
W L Pit, GB
Cleveland 18 13 .581 -P
Detroit 18 14 .563
Blimsre 07 15 .531 lip,
New York 14 57 .451 4
Boston 12 18 .400 5'P
Milwaukee 10 19 .345 7 S
Chicago 21 10 .677 -
Minnesota 20 11 .645 1 1
Oakland 19 40 .t3 1%C
Texas 15, 10 .429 85
Kansas City 13 19 .406 8,S
California 12 22 .353 101/
Renuts
Baltimore 2, Cleveland 0
Detroit 8, New York 2p
Baston 5, Miliwaukee 4A
Minesota I, ee as
Chicago at Oakland (night).
Kansas City at Caifornia (night) C

Yankees committing two errors
and Tom Haller stroking a two-
run single.
Tribe trounced
BALTIMORE - P a u 1 Blair
drove in one run with a sacrifice
fly and scored another after hit-
ting a triple as the Baltimore
Orioles defeated the Cleveland
Indians 2-0 last night behind
Mike Cuellar's four-hit pitching.
Blair's three-bagger, one of
just three Baltimore hits, opened
the second inning. He scored on
Boog-Powells' sacrif i ce fly,
which left fielder Alex Johnson
misplayed for a two-base error.
Loser Milt Wilcox, 4-4, issued
walks to Bobby Grich and Terry
Crowley in the third, with Grich
moving around to score on fly
balls by Don Baylor and Blair.
The victory for Cuellar, a 20-
game winner in each of his past
three seasons, was his first since
April 29 and raised his record to
2-3. It was the first start since
May 16 for the left-hander, who
missed his last start because of
a back injury,
Brewers soused
BOSTON - Carlton Fisk
drove in the winning run with
a double in the eighth inning,
lifting the Boston Red Sox to
a 5-4 triumph over the Milwau-
kee Brewers Friday night.
Fisk's hit chased home pinch-
runner John Kennedy from sec-
ond base. Kennedy was on sec-
ond for Rico Petrocelli, who
had singled and moved up on
a sacrifice.
Milwaukee wiped out an ear-
ly four-run Boston lead, finally
tying the score 4-4 on Dave
May's run-scoring single in the
seventh inning.
ague Standings
National League
EaIst
New York .6 10 .71
Pittsburgh 21 13 .618 4
Chicago 08 10 .529 7
Montrel 16 0 .444 ,10
Philadelphia 15 20 .429 10
St. Louis 14 23 .378 12 /
West
Houston 24 12 .667 -
Los Angeles 21 16 .568 3'/
ncinnati 19 17 .528 5
Atlanta 15 '0 .420 8',!
San Diego 15 23 .395 10
San Francisco 13 27 .325 13
Results
Chicago 5, Montrealt3
Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 4
Atlanta 9, San Francisco 4
ionston 5, Los Angeies 3
St. Louis 6, New York 2
Cincinnati 4, San Diego 0

Duane Josephson gave Bos-
ton a 1-0 lead in the first inn-
ing, driving home Tommy Har-
per from first base with a
two - out, bloop single to right.
The Red Sox then scored
three runs in the second with-
out benefit of a base hit. Two
errors, including a misjudged
fly ball hit by Luis Aparacio
with the bases loaded that al-
lowed' all three runners to
score, helped the Boston cause.
Milwaukee cut the lead with
a run in the third as Ellie Rod-
riguez. came home from third
on a wild pitch. The Brewers
then scored two more runs in
the fifth on run-scoring doubles
by May and Billy Conigliaro.

Cardinals, Wise halt rising Mets

By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - St Louis capitalized on Tom
Seaver's first-inning wildness for three runs, two
on a single by Luis Melendez, and Joe Torre and
Ted Simmons homered off the New York ace as
the Cardinals downed the Mets 6-2 Friday night.
The usually accurate Seaver, 7-2 walked three
batters in the first and two came around to score
as the Cards beat him for the first time since
1970.
St. Louis, beaten four times by Seaver in 1971,
added to a 3-2 margin with Torre's fourth home
run in the fifth inning and scored its final two
runs on Ted Simmons' two-run homer in the
seventh following a double by Torre.
Seaver walked Ted Sizemore with one out in
the first. Matty Alou's single chased Sizemore to
third and Torre drove in the first run on a force-
out. Seaver then walked Simmons and Bernie
Carbo and Melendez, batting .188, singled Torre
and Simmons home.
Rick Wise, 4-4, scattered eight hits for -the
Cards. He was touched for a first-inning run on
singles by Bud Harrelson and Rusty Staub
around two infield outs. The Mets scored again
in the fourth on singles by Staub and Cleon
Jones and an error by first baseman Alou.
Pirates pound
PITTSBURGH-Gene Alley's tie-breaking single
in the seventh inning helped the Pittsburgh Pirates
hand the slumping Philadelphia Phillies their 10th
straight loss, 6-4, last night.
Jose Pagan, who led off the seventh inning
rally with a single and moved to second on a walk
to Bob Robertson, came home on Alley's decisive
hit to left-center,
The Pirates then added an insurance run in the
eighth as Dave Cash tripled, extending his hitting
streak to 19 games, and rode home on Roberto
Clemente's single.
The Phillies had tied the game at 4-4 in their
half of the seventh with a pair of runs, one un-
earned.

Larry Bowa led off with a single and scored
when Denny Doyle singled and Pittsburgh center
fielder Al Oliver threw the ball into the Phillies'
dugout for an error. Doyle later scored the second
run on a sacrifice fly.
The Pirates had earlier fashioned a 4-2 lead
by scoring a pair of runs in both the first aj;l
fourth innings, with the help of four Philadelphia
errors.
Each team committed four errors in the slop-
pily-played contest.
Cubs clobber
CHICAGO-Carmen Fanzone drove in three runs
while- Glenn Beckert and Billy Williams each
scored twice Friday, leading the Chicago Cubs
to a 5-3 victory over the Montreal Expos.
The victory was 'the fourth in the last five
games for the Cubs who went ahead 2-0 in the
first inning despite a disputed play in which Don
Kessinger was called out at second base.
Kessinger broke for second with a 3-1 count
on Beckert. Although the call was ball four,
catcher John Boccabella threw to second baseman
Ron Hunt and umpire Billy Williams called Kes-
singer out. Kessinger then left the' base and waj
tagged by Hunt. The Cubs argued Kessinger
would not have left the base if Williams hadn't
called him out and announced they were playing
the game under protest.
The Cubs' Billy Williams then singled and Rick
Monday followed with a run-scoring single. The
second run of the inning scored as Fanzone
grounded out.
The Cubs wrapped it sip in the fifth with three
runs on Fanzone's bases-loaded single and a
throwing error by Boccabella.
Starter Juan Pizarro, 3-1, yielded a run-scoring
single to Boccabella in the second, gave up an-
other run in the seventh on a double by Mike
Jorgensen and a single by Hunt, and was re-
lieved by Jack Aker in the eighth after Clyde
Mashore led off with a home run.

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