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P"d.tuIrdoy, 11 July Z9 111.' THE MlC rl(lA UAtILY _'g P!__r_.,.,

Sdturday, July 29; 1972

THE ICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Morton paces Cowboys
R_ ,. .to 20-7 win over Stars

CHICAGO () -- Veteran
quarterback Craig Morton
replaced s h a k e n Roger
Staubach in the second
quarter last night and hurl-
ed two touchdown passes to
' steer the world cham-
pion Dallas Cowboys to a
20-7 victory over the Col-
lege All-Stars.
Mike Clark booted a 31-yard
field goal late in the first quar-
- ter to give the Cowboys a 3-0
Y lead.
Clark's field goal with 5:43
left in the period followed an
interception by Mel Renfro of a
Jerry Tagge pass at the All-
Star 30-yard line.
The All-Star defense led by
linemen Sherman White from
California and John Mendenhall
of Grambling and backs Tommy
Cassanova of LSU and Tom
Darden of Michigan show :d sur-
prisingly well.
Darden intercepted a Rogr
ARTERBACK Roger Staubach of the Dallas bAP Photo Staubach pass on his own 19 and
Cowboys sets to eturned it 30 yards.
leash a pass as he gets protection from Duane Thomas (33)
d Cliff Harris (43) who thwart All-Star Sherman White (70) THE DALLAS defense led by
the first quarter of last night's charity affair. linemen Bob Lilly, Larry Cole
JRRY SQUEEZES ORIOLES:
Brewers beltT iges
By The Associated Press Detroit had scored in the first Boston hitless for 53 innings
ILWAUKEE--Tommie Reyn- when Rodriguez was hit by a and pitched the New York
, pinch-hitting for a pinch- pitch, Jim Northrup walked and Yankees to a six-hit 3-1 victory
er with one out in the bot- Bill Freehan singled. But Mil- over Boston yesterday and a
of the ninth inning, stroked waukee tied it in the second on split of a twi-night American
c-breaking single to left that Ollie Brown's double and Mike League doubleheader.
d the Milwaukee Brewers to Ferraro's s i n g 1 e, then went The Red Sox took the opener
-2 victory over the Detroit ahead in the sixth. Johnny 6-5 with a four-run rally in the
rs last night. Briggs walked, scampered to ninth inning capped by Bob
he victory s n a p p e d the third when Tiger starter Joe Montgomery's first home run of
wers' five-game losing spin Coleman uncorked a wild pitch the baseball season with two
e the Tigers, droppihg only and Freehan, his catcher, slip- men aboard off ace reliever
r third game in the last 12, ped while chasing it down, then Sparky Lyle.
ained 2/2 games ahead of Briggs scored on Brown's single.k

and Jethro Pugh was equally
effective in keeping the All-Stars
neutralized.
Craig Morton tossed an 18-
yard touchdown pass to Ron
Sellers with less than five min-
utes remaining in the first half
to give the Cowboys a 10-0 half-
time lead.
The pass to Sellers, acquired
last week from the New Eng-
land Patriots, climaxed a 66-
yard drive which took 11 plays.
Two plays earlier, Morton had
replaced Roger Staubach who
was slightly injured on a six-
yard scamper for a first down.
The All-Stars continued to
have trouble moving the ball,
as the Cowboys front four put
constant pressure on Tagge and
permitted the Stars running
game only limited room.
On the last play of the half,
Chester Marcol of Hillsdale at-
tempted a 68-yard field goal
after Darden made a fair catch
on his own 32. But the ball
reached only to the Cowboy six-
yard line.
Dallas made the score 17-0 at
6:13 of the third quarter when

Morton hit Bob Hayes with a 24-
yard touchdown pass.
The score came five plays
after Lilly recovered a Tagge
fumble on the All-Star 41.
The Stars came back with
their best drive of the game,
moving from their own 20 to the
Dallas 30, mostly on the strength
of short passes by Tagge.
BUT WITH third down and
two on the 30, Bobby Moore of
Oregon lost 12 yards when he
fumbled out of bounds on an
option play. Then Marcol's 49-
yard field goal attempt was
blocked by Pat Toomay.
The Cowboys came right back
with a drive of their own. The
key play was a 26-yard pass
from Morton to Sellers that put
the ball on the All-Star 34.
On the first play of the fourth
quarter, Toni Fritsch kicked a
33-yard field goal to make the
score 20-0.
Heisman Trophy winner Pat
Sullivan of Auburn entered the
game for the first time after
Fritsch's field goal, and moved
the Stars 80 yards in 16 plays
for their only touchdown.

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second-place,- Baltimore in the
American League East.
Dave May singled and took
second on a sacrifice, then Joe
Lahoud was given an intentional
walk. Brock Davis then batted -
for winner Jim Lonborg and
Fred Scherman replaced Chuck
Seelbach, 7-5, for Detroit.
Reynolds was sent up to bat
for Davis and lined his hit that
gave Lonborg his ninth victory
in 14 decisions,
The Tigers tied it in the
eighth inning when Aurelio Rod-
riguez hit his sixth home run
of the baseball season, a two-
out shot that barely cleared the
foul pole.
Chess correction
We extend our apologies to
all you chess freaks for yester-
day's booboo in the printing of
th e Fischer - Spassky play-by-
play.
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Elapsed time: Fischer 94 minutes,
Spassky 135 minutes.

Birds bumped
BALTIMORE - Gaylord Perry
scattered six hits and triggered
a three-run 10th inning rally
with a tie - breaking s u i c i d e
squeeze bunt to record his 17th
victory of the baseball season
last night as the Cleveland In-
dians defeated the Baltimore
Orioles 4-1.
Perry, who has lost eight, tied
Detroit's Mickey Lolich as the
winningest pitcher in the majors,
striking out six and walking two
as he outdueled Dave McNally,
10-8.
A single by Chris Chambliss
and Ray Fosses double started'
the Indians' uprising. Del Unser
was given an intentional walk
to load the bases before Perry
dumped his bunt in front of the
plate with Chambliss steaming
home from third.
John Brohamer then tried the
same thing but missed the ball
and Fosse was an easy out at
the plate. Brohamer then swung
away and laced a two-run sinale
to right.
Iosox split
NEW YORK-Steve Kline held

Pirates pepper
PITTSBURGH - W i 11 i e
Stargell belted his 21st home
run of the season, a solo shot
off Tom Seaver, and a run-
scoring,-single and Dock Ellis
tossed a seven-hitter to pace
the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 3-1
victory over the New York Mets
last night.
The victory gave the Pirates
a 6%-game lead over the sec-
ond-place Mets in the National
League East - widest margin
of the season for the defending
World Champions.
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Professional League Standings
American League National League
EastEast
W L PtonB W1I.Pet. Oil
Detralt 53 30 .512 - Pittsbulrgh 51 34 .626 -
Baltimore 50 40 .556 2P/ NewYork 50 40 .556 6'/2
Boston 46 43 .517 - 5t.Louis 46 44 .511 10%
New York 44 44 .500 712 Chicago 47 46 .505 11
Cleveland 30 56 .427 14 Montreal 41 48 .461 15
Milwaukee 36 54 .400 I Philadelphia 33 51 .3t3 24
Werst West
Cineinnati 5t 34 .622 -
Oakland 57 35 .620 - Houstonsi 43 .543 7
Chicago 51 .42 .548 6) Los Angeles 49 42 .538 7V2
Minnesota 45 43 .511 10 Atlanta 43 49 .467 14
Kansas City 45 47 .489 12 San Francisco 41 53 .436 17
California 41 52 '.441 16 as2an Diego 34 57 .374 22%
Texas 37 54 .407 19) Yesterday's Results
Yesterday's Results Philadelphia 2, Chicago 0
Milwaukee 3, Detroit2 - Pittsburgh 3, New York 1
Chicago 5, Kansas City 0 Montreal 3, St. Louis 1
Boston 6, New York 5, 1st Atlanta 4, San Francisco 3, 1st
New York 3, iloston a, 2nd San Francisco at Atlanta 2nd, post-
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 1, 10 innings poned
Texas at California, inc. San Diego 3, Cincinnati 1
Minnesota at Oakland, ine. Los Angeles 6, Houston 5
Today's Gamrs
Today's Games Montreal (Torrz, 11-5) at New York
Detroit (Timmerman, 7-8) at Mil- (gentry, 5-6), night
waukee (Colburn, 2-2) San Francisco (Reberger, 1-0) at At-
Kansas City (Dal Canton, 5-4) at lanta (Kelley, 5-6), night
Chicago (Lemonds, 1-3) Sa nDiego (Caldwell, 3-4) at Cin-
Boston (Curtis, 6-3) at New York cinnati (Nolan, 13-2)
(Kekich, 9-9) Los Angeles (Sutton, 2-5) at Houston
Cleveland (Dunning, 0-0) at Balti- (Reuss, 6-8), night
more (Palmer, 13-4) Pittsburgh (Blass, 1-4) and Walker,
Texas (Hand, 7-6) at California 3-5) at Philadelphia (Brandon, 5-2
(May, 3-8 or Messersmith, 2-4), night and Fryman 3-10), 2, twinight
Minnesota (Cobin, 6-3) at Oakland St. Louis (wise, 10-10) at Chicago
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AT THE
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