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Wednesday, June 7, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press I
DETROIT--Ed Brinkman club- Wrigh
bed a three-run homer and Leo
Aurelio Rodriguez added a two- run d
run shot to lead Mickey Lolich Angel
and the Detroit Tigers to an 8-6 r
ae s x victory over California yestr_ doubt
day in the first game of a twi- Wri
" night doubleheader. andw
The Tigers staked Lolich to a cap a
_.'...... $ vf.{'six-run lead after two innings 5-2 an
but the Detroit left-hander, pick- ning s
ing up his ninth victory was The
*:-* -o;ksx... nocked out in the eighth when
the Angels rotlied for three runs. jooipg
Singles by Rodriguez, Gates three
Brown, Norm Cash-and Mickey Vad.
Stanley gave the Tigers two runs seconc
in the first inning. They added bobble
.. . four more in the second on Tom stole
Haller's sacrifice fly and Brink- third
man's econd homer of the year wild I
- off Don Rose, 1-1. Ken
Art Kusnyer's run-scoring sin- the ft
gle in the fifth and Andy Kosco's was h
Ias homer in the sixth cut the mar- outs,
gin to 6-2 but a walk to Lolich ble dt
and Rodriguez' homer in the Calif
sixth restored the Tigers' six- in the
run edge. first h
. LeroyStanton hit his seventh off she
,..zs oi ees homer for California in the sev- Seats.
s a s enth, then Ken Berry and Kosco
BUDDY BELL, slides into home a bit too late to prevent the hit doubles and Bob Oliver Rost
first out of a double play in yesterday's game with Oakland, homered in the eighth before CHI(
The Indians had bases loaded and nobody out but could not Chuck Seelbach relieved Lolich checks
push any one across in the seventh, and ended the threat on fou
and L
BRAVES AMBUSH- the ru
night.
Sieb(
tory i
Mets stem C in /cyy 3-2 r duln
duelin
8-4. Si

- ;

the second contest Clyde
it tossed a four-hitter and
Cardenas smacked a two-
ouble to lead the California
s to a 4-0 victory over De-
or a split of their twinight
header yesterday.
ght, 5-2, struck out four
walked three in the night-
s he raised his record to
id halted the Tigers' win-
treak at four games.
Angels, winning their
game in the last eight,
d on Joe Coleman, 7-5, for
runs in the fourth inning.
a Pinson was safe when
d baseman Tony Taylor.
d his grounder. He then
second and continued to
on catcher Bill Freehan's
hrow.
McMullen's double scored
rst run, John Stephenson
it by a pitch and, with two
Cardenas whipped his dou-
own the left field line.
fornia added its final run
fifth on Sandy Alomar's
omer of the year, a lead-
ot into the lower right field
ton bites
CAGO - S o n n y Siebert
ed heavy - hitting Chicago
r hits and Tommy Harper
uis Aparacio knocked in
ns as the Boston Red Sox
ed the White Sox 2-0 last
ert notched his fifth vic-
n seven decisions by out-
g Chicago's Wilbur Wood,
ebert only walked one bat-
nd didn't allow more than
t in any inning.
veers brewed
SAS CITY - Lou Piniella
a two-run single in the
inning to rally the Kansas
Royals to a come-from-be-
4-2 victory over the Mil-
e Brewers last night.

Tribe trounece d
The Cleveland Indians, mired
in the throes of a, disasterous
slump, managed to knock Vida
Blue from the box in athe sev-
enth but could not hold on as
the Oakland Athletics poured
through with six runs in the
last two innings to stomp the
Indians, 7-2.
The A's, who are competing
for $300.00 in Charley Finley's
mustache scheme, thrust for-
ward on eighth inning hitting
from Joe Rudi and Sal Bandor
to give the A's a 3-2 lead. The
ninth saw power hitter Reggie
Jackson put the game away
with his twelfth home run, a
three run job.
Magic Number: 109
Orioles owful
BALTIMORE - Steve Byre
lashed a tie-breaking dingle in
the 15th inning Tuesday night
to send the Minnesota Twins
to a 5-4 victory over Baltimore,
extending the Orioles' losing
string to five games.
Rod Carew led off the 15th
with a single to left off Ralph
Scott, 0-1, Baltimore's sixth
pitcher.
After winning reliever Ray
Corbin, 2-0, struck out attempt-
ing to bunt, Bob Darwin drew a
walk and Brye followed with his
single to left that sent the skid-
ding Orioles down to their sev-
enth loss in eight games.
Starter Jim Palmer entered
the ninth inning with a six-hitter
and a three-run lead. But Brye's
single, Eric Soderholm's fifth
home run and singles by Rick
Dempsey, Steve Braun and
Danny Thompson tied it before
Rorie Harrison, the fourth pitch-
er of the inning, got Harmon
Killebrew to hit into a rally-
killing double play.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Tommie Agee
knocked in the winning run with
a seventh-inning single as the
New York Mets cooled off the
hot Cincinnati Reds with a 3-2
triumph asat night,
Agee's single drove in Jim
Beauchamp, who had delivered
a pinch-hit single for winning
pitcher Jim McAndrew, 5-1, and
moved to second on a walk to
Bud Harrelson. The Mets' vic-
tory stopped a seven-game Cin-
cinnati winning streak,
Tug McGraw pitched the last
two innings nfornNew York and
recorded his ninth save of the
season-.
Red-hot Johnny Bench, who
had seven home runs in five
games last week to tie a Na-
tional League record, hit his
14th homer of the year after
Bobby Tolan's single to give
Cincinnati a 2-0 lead in the
fourth.
The Mets came back with a
run in their half of the fourth
on John Milner's fifth homer of
the year and tied the game in
-the sixth when Milner walked
and scored on Cleon Jones'
double.
The loser was Don Gullett,
2-3, who came on in relief of
Cincinnati's starter Gary Nolan.
Braves bash
MONTREAL - Atlanta scored
three runs in the third inning,
two on a homer by Darrel
Evans, and Ron Reed scattered
11 hits as the Braves edged the
Montreal Expos 3-2 last night.
Felix Millan led off the third
with a hard smash which Expos
shortstop Tim Foli knocked
down. Foli's throw to first took
Mike Jorgensen off the bag for
an error. .
Ralph Garr followed with a
high foul ball which Ken Single-
ton grabbed with a diving catch
into the second row of seats
about 300 feet down the left
field line and Millan tagged and
went to second,
After Henry Aaron grounded
out, Rico Carty drove Millan in
from third with a single and
scored himself on Evans' ninth
homer of the year.
Montreal chipped away for a
run in the bottom of the inning
on consecutive singles by Ernie
McNally, Ron Hunt and Boots
Day.
Reed, who got in and out of
numerous jams, struck out four
and walked none to register his
fourth win against six losses.

Phillies flop
PHILADELPHIA (A) - Pitch-
er Dave Roberts slammed a
two-run homer and reliever
Fred Gladding shut the door on
a ninth - inning Philadelphia
rally Tuesday night to lead the
Houston Astros to a 4-3 victory
that sent the Phillies down to
their ninth straight defeat. .
Roberts, 4-3, cruised into the
ninth inning with a three-hit
shutout, But Larry howa's
single, a walk and Greg Lu-
zinski's double put the Phils
on the scoreboard.
And when he missed the plate
with his first two pitches to Ro-
ger Freed, Gladding took the
mound. Tommy Hutton batted
for Freed and lined a two-run
single to right center.
But Gladding got Deron John-
son on a pop-up and struck out
Willie Montanez to end the
game.
Houston started the Phillies
toward their 19th loss in the
last 20 games in the first in-
ning. Jesus Alou ripped a one-
out double off Woodie Fry-
man, 2-4, and reached third on
Cesar Cedeno's single. Cedeno
moved to second on the throw
to the plate.
Lee May was purposely
walked and Bob Watson beat
out an infield single, scoring
Alou. When Bowa threw wildly
for an error, Cedeno also scored.
Houston picked up two more
in the fourth when, with two
out, Jim Stewart doubled and
Roberts laced his first home
run of the season and third of
his major league career.
Rangers rompr
ARLINGTON - Pinch-hitterr
Don Mincher's two-run singler
in the sixth inning capped a
three-run Texas uprising as the
Rangers downed the New York7
Yankees 6-3 Tuesday night.
With one out in the sixth.
Ted Ford walked, moved tor
third on Jeff Burroughs' single
and scored on Lenny Randle'sP
ingle.
Toby Harrah walked and
Mincher, hitting for pitcher
Dick Bosman, slapped his sin-
gle to left center.
The Rangers jumped to a 1-0
lead in the first on singles by
Elliott Maddox, Dave Nelson
and, Rich Billings off Yankeec
left-hander Fritz Peterson, 3-9.
New York scored once in theC
second and again in the third a
without benefit of a hit.-

In the second, Roy White was
hit by a pitch, stole second and
scored on Harrah's throwing
error. In the third, Gene Mi-
chael walked, took second on
Peterson's sacrifice and scored
on Bosman's throwing error on
Horace Clarke's sacrifice bunt
attempt,

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Brev
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Nicklaus favored in U.S. Open
but Trevino thinks otherwise

By DAN BORUS
It's about that time again
when all golf pundits proclaim
that this is the year that Jack
Nicklaus finally garners the mod-
ern version of B o b b y Jones'
Grand Slam, the Masters, the
U.S. Open, the PGA, and the
British Open. From all over the
country more ink will be thrown
out in an effort to convince the
reading public that the Golden
Bear has the golden touch.
And who can quarrel with that
fact. The Ohio State grad has
won each of the above titles
twice, though, of course, not in
the same year. He is yearly one
of the top money winners. Nick-

lais has the strokes, the power
and precision. When his game is
right, Nicklaus dominates a
course the way no other golfer
has ever done so.
But today Nicklaus is tense.
He is living with the pressure
and he grimly realizes that he
is the man whom every one else
is looking to knock off.
Lee Trevino, the man who
broke Nicklaus' string last year,
terms him "the greatest player
to ever hold a stick," But Tre-
vino, with that cocky assurance
that is his alone, drawls, "I
can beat him."
Trevino and Nicklaus have
been installed as the pre-rounds

Professional League Standings
American League National League
East East
W L ctI' 613 W L Pct.Gil
Detroit 25 .8 .1 - New York 31 13 ..11G
Baltimore 21 22 .488 4 Pittsburgh 27 16 628 4
Cleveland 20 21 .488 4 Chicago 24 18 .571 60,
Bostons 10 I2 .450 5? Montreal1905 .4311,%'
Ne York it8a.5.419 1 St .ouis 17 28 .310 15
Milwaukee 15 24 .385 8 Philadelphia 16029 .351
West 0est
Oakland 30 13 .698 - Los Angeles 28 18 .609 -
Minnesota 25 16 .610 4 Cincinnati 27 19 .587 1
Chicago 25 18 .58105 Houston 27 19 .5871
California 21 25 .457 10; Atlanta 21 23 .477 6
Texas 19 26 .422 12 San Diego 16 29 .356 11
Kansas City 18 25 .419 12 San Francisco 17 34 .333 13!
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Detroit 8, California 6, 1st Houston 4, Philadelphia 3
California 4,Detroit 0,l2nd Atlanta 3, Montreal2
Oakland 7, Cleveland 2 New Yorki3. Cincinnati 2
Minnesota -, Baltimore 4, 15 innings Pittsburgh at San Diego, postponed
Texas 6, New York 3 Chicago at Los Angeles (night)
Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 2 St. Louis at San Francisco (night)
Boston 2, Chicago 0 Today's Gaies
Today's Games Houston (Reuss 3-4) at Philadelphia
Mnnes ota(erry 4-4) at Baltimore (Carlton 5-6)night
(Dlohsoos5-6) sight Atlanta (N'iekro 1-4) at Montreal
New York (Kline 3-1) at Texas (Torrez 4-3) night
(Shellenback 1-2) night Cincinnati (McGlothlin 2-4) at New
Milwaukee (lonborg 3-2) at Kansas York (Gentry 3-3) night
City (Drago 3-4) night Chicago (looton 4-4) at Los Angeles
Oakland (Holtzman 8-3) at Cleveland (Singer 3-5) night
(Tidrow 4-5) night St. Louis (Cleveland 4-4) at San
California (Ryan 4-4) at Detroit Francisco (Marichal 2-8)
(Niekro 1-0) night Pittsburgh (Moose 3-2 and Ellis 5-2)
Boston (Krausse 1-3) at Chicago at San Diego (Kirby 3-6 and Arlin
(Bahnsen 6-6) 4-5) twi-night

favorites. Both have won this
event twice and Nicklaus has
won the Bing Crosby here at
Pebble Beach in January with
essentially the same layout as
the Open.
Despite some pre tee-off psy-
chology on the part of both
players, as well as verbal drives
from challengers Tony Jacklin
and Gary Player, the Open,
which commences on Thursday
to the heaviest TV coverage in
golfing history, should be one of
the finest played contests of
the year.
Held at Pebble Beach, the
Open could surely be Nicklaus'
this year. The course is made
almost to his specifications. It's
a driving. course with long wind-
ing fairways, which have been
narrowed for this event. New
bunkers have been placed in
the holes which were once con-
sidered giveaways. For water
hazards, the omnipresent Pacific
Ocean on the seventeenth is cer-
tainly threatening.
The course is one of Nicklaus'
favorites. "Pebble Beach is one
of the finest courses in the world
fro ma strategy standpoint. In
many respects. it's a lot like
some of the British seaside
courses."
A great deal will depend on
the weather. If the breezes come
in from the ocean, the scores
will go imp at least ten strokes
a round over a round played on
a beautiful California day.
Maybe, most likely, all the ink
will become fact. The Bear has
the best chance to growl at
Pebble Beach of all linksmen.
Nicklaus wants this tourna-
ment very much and has set his
sights on it. And when Jack
plays tough, all predictions must
favor him.

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