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Friday, July 28, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Tigers take two from Brewers

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By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - Norm Cash
blasted his 19th home run of
the baseball season with two
runners aboard and two out in
theninth inning after an error
kept Detroit alive and the Ti-
gers, held to one one until the
ninth, beat Milwaukee 3-2 in
the opener of a twi-night dou-
ble-header Thursday.
Bill Parsons, 8-8 was breezing
along on a 1-0 lead and a one-
hitter-a fourth-inning triple by
Aurelio Rodriguez-until third
baseman Mike Ferraro booted
Rodriguez' slow hopper with
one out in the ninth. After Jim
Northrup struck out, Willie
Horton singled and Cash hom-
ered into the right field bleach-
ers for three unearned runs.
The Brewers took a 1-0 lead
against 17-game winner Mickey
Lolich in the first on a single
by Dave May and a triple by
Tommie Reynolds. L o 1 i c h
allowed five hits before leaving
in the eighth for a pinch hitter.
In the second game Eddie
Brinkman's two-run, tie-break-
ing single in the eighth inning
highlighted a four-run uprising
that hoisted the Detroit Tigers
o an 8-5 victory over the Mil-
waukee Brewers.

McCraw melts 'em
BALTIMORE-Tom McCraw
belted a two-run pinch-homer
in the ninth inning last night
to boost the Cleveland Indians
to a 4-3 victory over the Balti-
more Orioles.
Pat Dobson, 12-9, gave up a
one-out single to Frank Duffy,
then McCraw, batting for win-
ning reliever Phil Hennigan, 1-
1, unloaded his third homer of
the season over the right field
fence.
The Orioles had pullesd ahead
3-2 in the seventh inning on
B o o g Powell's bases-loaded
single off Henningan.
Cleveland jumped on Dobson
in the first_ inning, singles by
Del Unser and Jack Brohamer
and a walk loading the bases in
the first inning. John Lowen-
stein delivered two runs with a
two-out single.
While Dobson was wriggling
out of jams in the middle in-
nings, the Orioles were tying it
with single runs in the third
and sixth innings.
Don Buford tripled in the
third and scored on Grich's
sacrifice fly. Don Baylor was
hit by a pitch in the sixth, stole
second and scored on Brooks
Robinson's single.
Murcer moders 'em
NEW YORK--Johnny Calli-
son and Bobby Murcer smacked
home runs and winning pitcher
Fritz Peterson started a two-
run rally with a fifth-inning
single as the New York Yankees
defeated the Boston Red Sox 6-2
in an American League baseball
game last night.
With the Red Sox ahead 2-1
on a fourth-inning tie-breaking
homer by ex-Yankee Danny Ca-
ter, Peterson opened the fifth
with a single and Horace
Clarke singled off the glove of
shortstop Juan Beniquez.
The runners advanced when
losing pitcher Marty Pattin, 8-9,
tried to pick Peterson off sec-
ond and his throw hit Peterson
on the leg and rolled away. The
tying run scored on Thurman
Munson's bloop single and Mur-

cer's sacrifice fly put New York
in front 3-2.
Callison, who drove in the
Yankees' first run with a sec-
ond-inning single, homered in
the sixth and Murcer hit his
15th home run of the season in
the seventh off Bill Lee follow-
ing a double by Munson.
Magic Number Box
Surprise, sporting enthusiasts.
Today it's your turn. You can
help the Tigers and win valu-
able prizes, like a lock of Don
Wert's hair. All you have to do
is to write on a piece of legal
size paper, the Tigers' magic
number and send it to The
Daily before Guy Fawkes Day.
Hurry, time is running out.
Hint: it's bigger than a
breadbox and smaller than the
Grand Canyon.
Allen axes 'em
CHICAGO--Dick Allen smash-
ed two home runs and Ed
Herrmann drove in two runs
with a single to lead the Chi-
cago White Sox and Wilbur
Wood to a 7-3 victory over the
Kansas City Royals Thursday
in the first game of an Ameri-
can League twi-night double-
header.
Wood, 16-10, fell behind 2-0
before retiring a man as Fred
Batek opened the game with a
single and scored on Steve Hov-
ley's second homer of the sea-
son.
The Sox ited it in the bottom
of the second on a single by
Carlos May, a double by Ed
Espiezio and Herrmann's single.
Allen smashed a two-run
homer in the third off Paul
Splittorff, 9-6, to break the tie,
then added No. 24 in the sev-
enth inning.
It was the third time Allen
has hit two homers in one
game this baseball season and
gave him one more than the 23
he hit all last year with the
Los Angeles Dodgers.
The White Sox added two
runs in the eighth inning on
bases-loaded grounders by Jay
Johnstone and May.

STORMIN' NORMAN, who made a great stop of a screaming
foul in the All Star game, is looping home after a long home run
which won the game. Norm doesn't know the MAGIC NUMBER,
can you help him. Exciting contest rules in the box to the right.
CARDS CONQUER:

Reds
By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI - Johnny Bench
and Tony Perez cracked succes-
sive two-run docbles in the first
inning as Cincinnati's streaking
Reds coasted to an 8-2 victory
over the San Diego Padres last
night.
The Reds, leaders in base-
ball's National League West,
jumped on Steve Arlin, 8-12, for
all their first-inning runs before
a man was out.
Ben bares
no bodkin
w From Wire Service Reports
Ben Davidson, the massive
mustachioed defensive end of
the Oakland Raiders, has de-
cided to bare some of that
famous brawn. Choosing a San
Francisco skin flick entitled,
"The Green Door," Davidson has
become a start, a veritable cine-
aste.
However, in the skin flick
tradition, Davidson's part is a
come-on, a teaser for the audi-
ence. Rather than removing any
of his outer garments, Davidson
will appear fully clothed.
Made by San _ Francisco's
Mitchell Brothers, pornogra-
phers supreme, "The Green
Door" centers around, what one
brother terms, "an old erotic
tale in which a pretty woman
s kidnapped and taken to a
specal nightclub where rich
guests pay to witness sexual
action.
In the end, the audience,
collective Ids showing, becomes
part of the group grope and
takes part in an orgy that one
reviewer says,' "would make a
fourth-down goaline pile-up
look tame."
Davidson who is married and
has three female progeny got
$500 to play the part of the
club's bouncer. He wears a
tuxedo throughout.
Davidson, w h o s e 1 o n g
drooping mustache gives him
an air of an English lord or a
vampire, claimed he did it as
a lark, "When they called me,
I thought it might be interest-
ing, so I thought it over and
talked it over with my wife.
His wife, termed an open
women, had no objection and
the portly, muscular man be-
came a sex star.
Next week Davidson opens
camp with the Raiders and at
the Bejou Theatre.

rack Padres

Pete Rose's single, walks to
Joe Morgan. and Bobby Tolan
and Bench's and Perez's double
started the Reds on the way to
their fourth victory in the last
five games and 11th in the last
13.
Bench, the major league lead-
er in runs batted in, raised his
total to 75 with an eighth-in-
ning grounder. That scored Rose,
who had walked and taken third
on Morgan's single.
Jack Billingham, 7-9, allowed
the Padres an unearned run in
the third when Pat Coirales
reached second on a two-bane
error by Billingham, moved to
third on an infield out, and came
home on a: Dave Roberte'
uncer back to the mound
when Billingham couldn't make
up his mind where to throw the
ball.
The Reds added a run ,in the
fifth when they bunched three
straight singles off Arlin after
two were down. San Diego got
the run back in the sixth on
Nate Colbert's 23rd homer of the
season and ninth this month.
Cards cruise
MONTREAL - The St. Louis
Cardinals exploded for five runs
on seven hits and two Montreal
errors in the third inning and
Reggie Cleveland scattered eight
hits en route to an 8-2 National
League victory over the Expos
last night.
Matlack mushes
PITTSBURGH - Jon Matlack
fired a four-hitter and Wayne
Garrett drove in the only run
he netded with a 10th-inning
sacrifice fly, carrying the New
York Mets to a 1-0 victory over
the Pittsburgh Pirates yester-
day in the first game of a twi-
night doubleheader.
Cleon Jones started the Mets'
winning rally against Pittsburgh
starter Nelson Briles, 9-4, with
a double to left. He took third
on Ed Kranepool's bunt single,
then came home on Garrett's fly
to center.
Matlack, 10-5. and Briles duel-
ed to a scoreless tie through
nine innings, each working out
of a bases-loaded jam.
The left-handed Matlack, who
allowed only three hits through
eight, faced his biggest test in
the Pirate seventh,
Al Oliver opened with a pop
fly to center that Met second
baseman Garrett let drop for a
two-base error.

An intentional walk to Manny
Sanguillen followed by an unin-
tentional walk to Bob Robertson
loaded the bases with one out.
However, Bill Mazeroski lined
out to center and Gene Alley
flied to right to end the inning.
Houston hacked
HOUSTON-Bill Buckner drill-
ed a tie-breaking single in the
seventh inning to trigger a three-
run Los Angeles rally that car-
ried the Dodgers to a 6-3 victory
over the Houston Astros last
night.

Devaney leads school-boys into
battle against omnipotent Dallas

CHICAGO (P) - The cham- quarterbacks to challenge the
pion Dallas Cowboys of the Na- mighty cowboys in the nation-
tional Football League rate al- ally - televised Chicago Tribune
most a three-touchdown favor- Charities classic ABC-TV-9 p.
ite, but history hints a possible m., ENT.
upset for the collegians in the This recalls that a coach-
39th All-Star football gabe Fri- quarterback combination from
day night. the same college has paid off
All-Star Coach Bob Devaney, twice in the illustrious, if some-
who directed the Nebraska what one-sided, All-Star ser-
Cornhuskers to national college ies, in which the Cowboys seek
titles the past two seasons, has to give the pros a ninth suc-
not only one, but two of his own cessive victory and boost their
Professional League Standings Y
American League National League
East East
W L Pet. GnBsW L Pet. GB
netroit 53 37 589 - Pittsburgh 56 34 .622 -
Baltimore 10 39 .562 21/2 New York 50 39 .562 54
Boston 45 42 .517 6 2St. Louis 46 43 .517 954
New Yok 43 43 .500 8 Chicago 41 45 .5110
Cleeland 3151 .4015 Montreal 4048 .4515
Milwaukee 35 54 .393 175 Philadelphia 32 58 .356 24
West West
Oakland 56 35 .615 - Cincinnati 56 33 .629 -
Chicago .. 5942.530 61Ilouston 51421.54817
Minnesota. 45 41 .517 9 Los Angeles 48 42 .533 8'2
Kansas City 45 46 .495 11 Atlanta 42 49 .462 15
California 40 52 .435 164 0San Francisco 41 52 .441 17
Texas 37 53 .411 1812San Diego 33 57 .367 23!1
Kesolts Results
Detroit 3, Mi'waukee 2, 1st Chicago 4, Philadelphia 0, 1st
Detroit 8, Milwaukee 5, 2nd Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2, 2nd
Chicago 7, Kansas City 3, 1st New York 1, Pittsburgh 0; 1st, 10
Kansas City 3, Chicago 0, 2nd innings
Nes Yory6,aBoston , Pittsburgh 7, New York 5, 2nd
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 3 St. Louis 8, Montreal 2 n
Texas at California SanFrancisco at Atlanta, postponed
Minnesota at Oakland Cincinnati 8, San Diego 2
Today's Games Los Angeles 6, Houston 3
Detroit (Slayback, 4-3) at Milwaukee Today's Games
(Longborg, 1-4) Chicago (Pappas 6-6) at Philadelphia
Kansas City (Drago, 7-11) at Chicago (Carlton 14-6)
Bahnsen, 12-10) New York (Seaver 12-7) at Pittsburgh
Boston (Peters 1-2 and Siebert 9-5) at (Ellis 8-4)
New York (Klne 9-4 and Stottle- St. Louis (Wise 10-10) at Montreal
myre 10-11), 2 (Stoneman 8-7)
Cleveland (Wilcox 6-11) at Baltimore San Francisco (Barr 3-3) at Atlanta
(McNally 10-7) (Niekro 9-8)
Texas (Broberg 5-8) at California San Diego (Kirby 6-11) at Cincinnati
(Wright 11-5) (Simpson 6-3)
Minnesota (Woodson 6-9) at Oakland Los Angeles (Downing 5-6) at Houston
(Hunter 12-4) (Wilson 6-7)

edge to 28-9-2.
Devaney, who will start
skilled Jerry Tagge at quarter-
back, has another Cornhusker,
Van Brownson, as a backup.
Devaney is the firsthcollege
head coach to pilot the All-
Stars since Maryland's Jim Ta-
tum took a 31-0 thumping from
the Detroit Lions in 1954.
Notre Dame's Frank Leahy
led the collegians to a 16=0
blanking of the Chicago Bears
in the 1947 All-Star game in
which Irish quarterback George
Ratterman's deadly passing to
swift Buddy Young of Illinois
devastated the Bears.
In the 1936 All-Star game,
Minnesota's legendary Bernie
Bierman recorded a 7-7 tie with
the Detroit Lions when Gopher
quarterback Babe Levoir ran 17
yards for the collegiate touch-
down.
Even Cowboy Coach Tom
Landry, who sent his bristling
Dallas squad through a noctur-
nal dress rehearsal at Soldier
Field Thursday night, concedes
the Cornhusker "family" as-
pect of the All-Stars is not to
be taken lightly.
Devaney has brought in his
entire Cornhusker staff of as-
sistants, plus a half-dozen 1971
Nebraska stars headed by
quarterbacks Tagge and Brown-
son, running back Jeff Kinney
and defensive lineman Larry
Jacobson.
"That's going to make the
All-Stars tough to beat," said
Landry, whose Cowboys will
field virtually the same pow-
erhouse which whipped the
Miami Dolphins 24-3 in the
Super Bowl.

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