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Tuesday, August 1, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Allen belts two ins ide
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By The Associated Press ever to .hit two inside-the-park last night.
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL - home runs in one game was Ben *
Dick Allen raced around the bas- Champman of the New York
es to tie a major league iecord Yankees.'e M
yesterday, driving in five runs Allen wsose 13 hose eons in ATLANTA - Oscar Brown
and powering the Chicago White July set a White Sox record lashed a two-run triple past a
Sox past the Minnesota Twins 81 struck out and reached first on diving Frank Robinson to give x
in the American League base- an error in his other appear Denny McLain his second Na
ball- anes tional League baseball victory as '
Allen, legging-out his 26th and *the Atlanta Braves rallied for a
27th home runs of the season, 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles
rifled a line drive to centerfield 18 for the Mick Dodgers last night.
in the first inning and rounded DETROIT-Mickey Lolich be-
the bases with two runners ahead came the major leagues' first 14 for Fergie ,
of him after center fielder Bob 18-game winner this season and CICAG
Darwin slipped. Before Darwin Aurelio Rodiiguez and Bill Free- GO Fegus n Jtnkrns
recovered, Allen was rounding han each hit two-run homers as sattered six St Lous hits and - P
third. the Detroit Tigers beat the Bos- diove in twvo ins sith a fourth-
Then in the fifth, Allen unload- ton Red Sox 5-2 in an American mum, singIn yesterday to lead -
ed a towering drive to left cen- League game last night, tte Chtcsgo Cuts to a 4-5 vtc-
ter Darwin attempted to make Lolich, who has lost six, did tory over tire Cnrdinas in Na-
a backhanded catch. The b a 11 not have an easy time with tional League baseball.
bounced by him and bounded off Boston. He did not retire the Jenkins, who hurled a one-hit- --
the wall 430 feet from home as Red Sox in order until the sixth ter in his last outing, a 4-0 tri-
Allen wound up with two-run inning. He walked four and umph at Philadelphia, raised :5is
homer. struck out six. record to 14-9 as he struck out
The only other modern player * five Cardinals without issuing a
Two for the Yanks walk.
BALTIMORE-Bobby Murcer's The Cuhs, running theiwile
two-out, two-run single in the handing the Cards their fif h
00eeighth inning gave the New York straight defeat, picked up a ^Po
Yankees at 2-1 victory over the third-inning run off Reggie Cleve- AP Photo
Baltimore Orioles yesterday and land, 12-6, as Glenn Beckert TELEVISION PERSONALITY Norman Cash appears to have
completed a sweep of a tw singled with two out and scored swallowed his chaw of tobacco in this action during last night's
night American League double- as left fielder Lou Brock mis- Tiger victory. Perhaps Norman was shocked to learn that his
The Yanks won the opener 5- played Billy Williams' single. team's magic number had dropped to only 59 in July.
CHICAGO (M) - More than 2 scoring 11 their runs in a
700 men and women will be-
gin competition tomorrow for the seventh-inning rally. A COLD OR NERVES?
61 berths on the United States
swimming team for the Olym- One for Vida
pic Games at Munich, Germ- OAKLAND - Oakland's Vida
any, Aug. 26-Sept. 10. Blue set down the first 17
The American men and wom- Texas batters in pitching a two-
en h a v e dominated recent hitter and scored the first run
Olympic swimming events but on a mental lapse by left fielder REYKJAVIK, (A) - W or 1 d three postponements in the sat at the board like a field
Germany, Australia an HiRus- Ted Ford as the A's posted a 2-0 Champion Boris Spassky may course of the 24-game match marshal, dead center and dead
sia are expected to provide victory over the Texas Rangers again delay his postponed for the international chess certain. Now, after four losses,
strong challenges. - - ninth chess title game against championship, he fidgets and wrings his
Leading swimmers seeking l 1 Bobby Fischer, buying time to As Spassky sniffled on the hands between his legs and
spots on the 32-member p istons . obtainf tighten his grip on himself and tennis court and Fischer visit- even turns his back on spec-
men's squad include Mark on his title. If he doesn't, the ed a downtown tailor, visitors to tators.
S p i t z, Mike Burton, John Americans might. the chess match were trickling Spassky has admitted to
Kinsella, Brian Job and Gary 47 I5I Ft er "Boris might seek a second out of Iceland. friends that Fischer's off-the-
Hall. Burton, 25, captured postponement," a friend said "Spassky is not Spassky," board fireworks have disturb-
gold medals in the 400 and yfor I ischinger yesterday. "He needs at least said the Argentine grandmaster, ed and angered him. But they
1,500 meter free-style events a week to pull himself together. Miguel Najdorff as he left for doubt this alone could have
for four years in Mexico City. He looks bad. He plays awful." London. "Perhaps I will come brought the champion so low.
Spitz, world record holder in PORTLAND (A' N The Detroit Spassky, trailing Fischer 5-3, back if Spassky wins two games, There are a possible 16 games
the 100 and 200 meter free- - postponed Sunday's ninth game but I do not expect to." left to play. The Russian could
style and 100 meter butterfly ball Association announced yes- because of a cold. His aides re- Spassky won only the first conceivably pull back,
events, won gold, silver and terday the acquisition of 6-5 for- fused to confirm he would play game of the match, took a sec- But grandmasters say a win
bronze medals in the 1968 ward Fred Foster from the Phil- today, as scheduled, but said he and point by default and an- today is vital. Spassky will be
Olympics. adelphia 76ers via the Portland was feeling better. The Ameri- other from two draws. Previous- playing with the white pieces
The U.S. won 58 of the 99 Trail Blazers in a three-team cans left the door open for ly he was unbeaten by Fischer. and the first-move edge. "If he
swimming medals in the 1968 deal. Fischer to postpone and fur- A game win is one point, a draw loses that game," Najdorf said
games, including 23 of the 33 The Blazers first acquired Fos- ther unsettle Russian cham- is half a point. . firmly, "the match is over."
gold medals. ter from the 76ers for a second- pion. While experts say Fischer is --
Job owns the world record in round draft choice next season "Anything can happen here the superior player, they ex-
the 200 meter breaststrokes, and and cash and then sent him on to in Icelan, where the weather pected to see a closely fought
Hall is world record holder in the Pistons for veteran front- is so unpredictable," said Bill championship. But the cham-
the 400 meter individual med- courtman Terry Dischinger. Lombardy, Fischer's second. pion has been making begin-
ley. Foster, who has played in the "We'll just have to hope Bobby ners blunders after a month >s
Top contenders for the 29- NBA for four years averaged will not have a cold. Under the of delays and defeats.
member women's squad are 11.9 points per game last season rules, each player may have In the first few games, he
wir to Pnis~lpna. iocing

Susie Atwood and Ellie Daniel.
Miss Atwood owns the world
mark in the 200 meter back-
stroke. Miss Daniel won gold,
silver and bronze medals at
Mexico City.

with the Philadelphia. Disching-
er is an eight-year vet and ranks
fourth in the league in all-time
field goal percentage with a .508
mark. Last season he averaged
9.4 points for the Pistons.

Professional Leaue Standings
American League NationFlsLeague
Eas It Easult~n, ,g
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB
Detroit 55 40 .579 - Pittsburgh 60 35 .632 -
Baltimore 52 42 .553 2/ New York 52e 41 .559 7
New York 47 45 .511 6? Chicago 51 40 .526810
Itstn at at .501 1 01. Le is 45 48 .480 1.
Cleveland 42 52 .447 12 Montreal 42 50 .457 16 f
Milwaukee 37 58 .389 18 Philadelphia 34 61 .358 26
Oakland 59 38 .608 - Cincinnati - 57 37 .606 -
Chicago 53 43 .552 5' Houston 54 44 .551 5
Minnesota 47 45 .511 9, Los Angeles 49 46 .516 8,
Kansas City 45 49 .479 121 Atlanta 46 50 .479 12
California 44 52 .458 14% san Francisco 44 54 .449 15
Texas - 3957 .406 19 San Diego 36 59 .379 21
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Chicago8, Minnesota 1 Chicago 4, St. Louis 0
Cleveland 3, Milwaukee2, 1st, 10 in- Pittsburgh 2, Philadelphia 0
nings Atlanta 4, Los Angeles 3
Clevelandl1, Milwaukee 0, 2nd New York 4, Montreal 2
New York 5, Baltimore 2, 1st Houston 3, San Diego2
New York 2, Baltimore 1, 2nd San Francisco 7, Cincinnati 2
Detroit 5, Boston 2 Tonight's Games
Oakland 2, Texas 0 'Philadelphia (Carlton, 15-6 and
Tonight's Games Twitcheli, 2-1) at New York (Koos-
New York (Peterson, 10-11) at Boston man, 7-6 and Matlack, 10-5), 2
(Pattin, 8-9) San Diego (Kirby, 7-11 and Arlin, 8-12)
Baltimore (McNally, 148) at Cleveland at Atlanta (Schueler, 424 and Kelley,
(Perry, 17-8) 5-6), 2
Minnesota (Woodson, 7-9) at Texas Chicago (11ooton, 7-8) at Montreal
(Hand, 8-61 (Stoneman, 9-7)
California (Wrght, 10-5) at Chicago Cincinnati (Simpson, 6-4) at Houston
(Bradley, 10-9) (Forsech, 5-5)
Milwaukee (Lockwodd, 4-9) at Detroit Pittsburgh (Briles, 9-4) at St. LouIs
(Coleman.12-I) (Santoerini, 4-7)
Kansas City (SI littorff, 9-6) at San Francisco (Bryant, 9-5) at Los
Oakland (Blue, 3-5) Angeles (Downing, 5-6)

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