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Thursday, June 15, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tigers edge Twis;
Reds down Phillies

By The Associated Press
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
Mickey Lolich, fighting off a
virus and Harmon Killebrew's
two-run homer, picked up his
10th victory when the Detroit
Tigers squeezed in a seventh
inning run to down the Minnesota
Twins 3-2 last night.
The Tigers won Lolich's five-
hitter when Eddie Brinkman
raced home from third base on
a suicide squeeze hunt by Au-
relio Rodriguez with one out.
Brinkman started the wtnning
rally with a, leadoff single,
moved to second on Lolich's
sacrifice and to third on Dick
McAuliffe's single.
Magic Number: 106
With. Slick Mick turning the
trick last night the Tigers slic-
ed into that old magical num-
ber for the first time in a few
days. Pretty soon it'll shrink to
only two digits and from then
on it should be just a waltz
home.
Killebrew's 442- foot smash,
following a fourth-inning leadoff
single by Rod, Carew, was his
seventh of the season and 522nd
of his career. It moved him past
Ted Williams into te No. 6 spot
among all-time home run hitters
and 12 behind No. 5 Jimmy Fox.
Lolich, who struck out nine to
regain the American League
strikeout lead with 94 for the
season, has been bothered by a
flu virus the lastfew days.
Gates Brown drove in two
Detroit runs, with a sacrifice fly
in the first after a triple by
Rodriguez and a single in the
fifth after a .059-hitter Lolish
blooped a hit to right and later
lumbered in from second.
Phils benched
CINCINNATI - Johnny Bench
drove in both Cincinnati runs
with a homer and sacrifice fly
as the sizzling Reds edged Phila-
delphia 2-1 last night for their
seventh consecutive victory and
26th 4 their last 32 games.
Cincinnati took a 1-0 lead in
the first inning when Joe Morgan
drew his 41st walk of the sea-
son, took third on Bobby Tolan's
single and came home on
Bench's short fly ball to center.
Bench's long homer made it
2- inthef ourth.nItwashis17th
homer and 47th run batted in,
both tops in the majors.
The Phils closed the gap to
2-1 in the seventh when Willie
Montanez led off with a double
and scored on a single by Tom-
my Hutton.
Jack Billingham, 4-6, retired
the first 13 Phillies before Hut-
ton singled. He needed help from
Clay Carroll after Willie Mon-
tanez singled with two out in the
ninth for the fifth Philadelphia
hit. Barry Lersch, 1-3, was the
loser.
.: : : a. , . . . , . a a i. -.

Sudden wins
PITTSBURGH - Sam Mc-
Dowell, pitching in his home-
town for the first time in his
career, stymied Pittsburgh on
five singles as the San Francisco
Giants beat the Pirates 3-1 last
night.
McDowell, a Pittsburgh native
who spent his major league ca-
reer in the American League be-
force coming to San Francisco
in a trade this year, surrendered
the sole Pirate run in the fourth
on a hit, an error and a run-
scoring single by Manny San-
guillen.
The Giants had earlier staked
McDowell, 74, to a pair of third
inning runs off loser Dock Ellis,
5-3.
Cubs power
CHICAGO-Ron Santo clubbed
a three-run homner in the sixth
inning yesterday, climaxing a
six-run explosion that carried the
Chicago Cubs to a 12-9 victory
over the San Diego Padres.
Billy Williams and Jose Car-
denal also homered for Chicago
as the Cubs battered six San
Diego pitchersfor 16 hits, send-
ing the Padres down to their
6th defeat in 13 games.
A single by Don essinger off
losing reliever Ed Acosta, 1-3,
started the sixth-inning outburst.
Mike Caldwell replaced Acosta
and gave up a single to Williams
and a run-scoring double to Jim
Hickman that broke a 6-6 tie.
After a walk to Carmen Fan-
.,zone that loaded the bases, Rick
Monday lashed a two-run double,
then Mike Corkins took the
mound and surrendered Santo's
homer, his seventh of the season.
A walk, Williams' ninth homer
and Cardenal's seventh gave the
Cubs three runs in the first
inning.
New Fork rips
NEW YORK-Solo home runs
by Johnny Callison and Bobby
Murcer and the four-hit pitching
of Mike Kekich and Sparky Lyle
carried the New York Yankees
to a 3-0 victory over Chicago
last night, ending the White Sox'
six-game winning streak.

Callison cracked his second
home run of the season in the
first inning off Tom Bradley,
ending a string of two consecu-
tive shutouts for the Yankees,
and Murcer connected in the ..
fifth. Bradley, 7-3, struck out
nine in five innings before leav-
ing for a pinch hitter.
ATLANTA-Dufy Dyer crash-
ed a three-run homer and Cleon .a
Jones drove in two runsas the ix
New York Mets whipped the ' a
Atlanta Hraves 8-3 last night .
and climbed back into first place
in the National League East.
Coupled with Pittsburgh's 3-1
loss to San Francisco, the tri-
unmph pushed the Mets one-half
game ahead of the Pirates.
The victory, only New York's
fourth in its last 12 games, came
despite the 651st career home
run for Atlanta's Hank Aaron,
-Assoeiated Press
a blow that moved him into a HARD THROWING Sam McDowell winds up one of his blazing
tie with Eddie Collins for fifth fastballs. Making his hometown debut in Pittsburgh yesterday,
place on the all-time hit list at McDowell pitched one of his best games as a San Francisco Giant
3,311. and raised his record to 7-4.
CONGRESSIONAL ROADBLOCK:

Kennedy
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
W.Va. (R)-Commissioner Walter
Kennedy of the National Basket-
ball Association said yesterday
that a proposed merger with the
American Basketball Association
"would be impossible to com-
plete before next season."
But, he added, it could happen
before the next draft of college
players, which takes place an-
nually after each pro season.
"I think it will be possible to
get the merger passed through
Congress despite opposition from
the players' association," he
said.
The merger bill, which has
been stymied in a Senate sub-
committee since last September
and been bitterly opposed by
subcommittee chairman S e n.
Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D-N.C.), also
has met strong disapproval from
the NBA Players Association,

sees no merger soon

headed by Oscar Robertson of
the Milwaukee Bucks.
'There has been no question
that through their opposition the
players' association has caused a
delay," said Kennedy on the
eve of the NBA Board of Gov-
ernors meetings in this plush
resort area. "But I believe that
both congressional bodies will
approve the bill without the play-
ers' approval."
Merger will be one of the ma-

of the reasons they are fighting
the proposed merger.
Other items on the agenda in-
clude possible action against the
players who participated in the
unsanctioned a ll-s t a r game
against the ABA at Uiondale,
N.Y. on May 25; discussion on
the possible sale or transfer, of
the Boston Celtics; approval of
sale announced Tuesday night
of the Chicago Bulls; scheduling;
and rule changes.

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by Abe Pollin of the
re Bullets. OMAHA, Neb. OP) - Daryl
Arenstein's 10th inning single
e certainly will be talk Wednesday night swept South-
merger, its progress or ern California by Texas 4-3 and
it," emphasized Ken- kept alive the Trojan's bid for
But I don't think there'll an unprecedented third straight
NCAA World Series baseball
ussion of the ABA. tle.
commissioner also said Top-ranked Arizona State, 63-
smittee that has been ne- 4, the only unbeaten left in the
g with the players' asso- double elimination tournament,
will make a report on met sixth-rated Temple, 33-14,
modifications of the op- in the night's other game,
ause--a cause of major
Southern California is seek-
to the players and one ing its eighth NCtitle.
Flyweight Nate To win, the Trojans would
have to come back through the
Archibald is the lightest loser's bracket for the second
the NBA (158 pounds). straight year.

Trinity widens margin
in NCA4A tennis play

ATHENS, Ga. {A')-Ninth-
Paul Gerken of Trinity I
sity beat Miami's second-
Eddie Dibbs yesterday t
three other Trinity player
quarterfinals of the 88th
NCAA Tennis Champions
Gerken outpointed Dib
straight sets, 6-2 and 6-
viding Trinity with half

Professional League Standing

American League
East

N.

W L Pct. GB
Detroit 28 22 .560 -
Blaltimore 7 22 .551 f NwI or
Ceelan22 24 .478 4 Pittsbu
Boston 21 25 .457 5 Chicago
New York 21 29 .420 7 St. Louis
Milwaukee 16 32 .333 11 M inteal
West Philadelpia
Oakland 33 16 .673 -
Chicago 31 19 .620 21 Cincinnati
Minnesota 27 21 .563 51/2, Los Angeles
California 24 27 .471 10 Houston
Kansas ;City 21 28 .440 iii!.Atlanta
Texas 23 38 .434 13 San Diego
Yesterday's Results San Francisco
Boston 11, Kansas City 3 Yes
New rke 3,C cago 0 Chicago 12, Sa
Dletroit 3,Minnesota 2 San Francisco
Texas 7, Milwaukee 1C ncis2,
Baltimore at Oakland, inc. tinsiunat 2,
Cleveland at Califo aa, in . Los Angeles a
Today's Games ,~slg
Chicago (Bahnsen, 8-6) at New York T
(Peterson, 4-7) night San Diego (Gr
Kansas City (Murphy, 2-2) at Boston (Hands, 5-2:
(Siebert, 6-2) San Francisco
Cleveland (Colbert, 0-4) at California tided) at Pit
(Wright, 6-?)'night and Moose,
Only games scheduled Only games sc

ational League
East
W L r
28 22
23 30
31 38
30 33
West
34 19
32 22
31 23
35 27
15 35
0 19 39
sterday's Results
an Diego 9
8, Atlanta 3
Philadelphia 1
montreal 4
t St. Louis, postpo
oday's Games
reif, 3-9) at Chicag
(Stone, 3-6and u
ttsburgh (Briles, 3
4-2) twi-night
heduled

seeded eight players left in singles.
sniver- Top - seeded D i c k Stockton,
-seeded fourth-seeded Brian Gottfried and
:o lead seventh -seeded B o b McKinley
rs into were the other Trinity players
annual to make the round of eight. Gott-
hips, fried was extended to three sets,
bs in the first time a Trinity player
2,fprh- has gone past two sets during
of the the week of matches.
Favored Trinity took the team
lead with 26 points, followed by
S Stanford with 22. Defending
chamipon UCLA had 20, South-
ern California 17, North Caro-
lina, 15, Houston 15, Southern
Pct. GB Methodist 14, Georgia 11, Miami
64 11, Southern Illinois 10 and
.648 'l2
.568 4% Arizona 10.
.434 11 Stockton meets Jeff Austin of
413 2
377 UCLA in today's quarterfinals.
Roscoe Tanner of Stanford op-
642 poses McKinley, Charlie Owens
.593 2/ of Stanford faces Gottfried and
.574 3% Alex Mayer of Stanford will play
.481 8f Gerken.
.340 16
.328 17 Tanner beat Georgia's Danny
Birchmore 6-3, 6-4. The Bulldogs
also lost out in the doubles when
Northern Illinois players Tom
and Tim Gullikson beat Birch-
ned more and Bob Tannis in three
sets 7-5, 6-7 and 6-2.
o Stockton dropped his Southern
Cal foe 6-3, 6-4; McKinley beat
nde- Fred McNair of North Carolina
6-4, 6-4; and Gottfired beat Bob
Kreiss of UCLA 4-6, 6-1, 6-2.

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lead the
Russ Pf
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