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Tuesdlay, August 22, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, August 22, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

TIGERS', FRYMAN'S STREAKS END
O's win, move to half back

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - Boog Pow-
ell's two run-homer in the fifth
inning snapped a 1-1 tie and
powered the Baltimore Orioles
to a 3-1 American League base-
ball victory over the California
Angels last night.
Powell unloaded his 17th
homer into the right field bleach-
ers after loser Andy Messer-
smith, 3-8, had issued a two-out
walk to Tommy Davis.
Magic Number: 39
The Tigers and Woody Fry-
man were brought back to earth
yesterday by a good teasis, one
of the few in the American
League, those green and gold,
Blue, Brown, and Green Oak-
land A's. Now they are about
ready to relinquish first again,
if there's anybody who's cap-
able of retaking it.
The first Orioles' run scored
in the second on a single by
Dave Johnson, just after Cali-
fornia center fielder Ken Berry
had leaped high above the fence
to rob Terry Corwley of a poten-
tial three-run homer.
Winner Pat Dobson, 14-12,
was touched for Vada Pinson's
seventh homer with two out in
the fourth.
Detroit decked
DETROIT - Oakland jumped
on Woodie Fryman for three
runs in the first inning last night
and grabbed sole possession of
first place in the American
League West with a 5-1 victory
over the Detroit Tigers.

The victory enabled the A's
to break out of a tie with idle
Chicago and move one-half game
ahead of the White Sox.
Detroit's defeat, coupled with
Baltimore's victory over Cali-
fornia, trimmed the Tigers' lead
in the East Division to one-half
game over the Orioles.
Jim "Catfish" Hunter, with
ninth-inning relief help from
Rollie Fingers, raised his record
to 16-6. Fryman, recently ob-
tained from Philadelphia, suf-
fered his first American League
defeat after three victories.
Bert Campaneris opened the
baseball game with a double.
Angel Mangual and Joe Rudi
singled for one run and Mike
Epstein doubled for two more.
Hunter was nicked for Jim
Northrup's eighth home run in
the seventh inning. The A's
scored in the eighth on Hunter's
sacrifice fly, then got their final
run in the ninth on Campaneris'
triple and Mangual's single.
Carlton crumbles
PHILADELPHIA {P) - Steve
Carlton's winning streak was
snapped at 15 games last night
as Mike Lum's two - out, tie-
breaking single in the 11th inn-
ing carried at Atlanta Braves to
a 2-1 National League victory
over the Philadelphia Phillies.
Carlton, the Phils' 20-game
winner who had not lost a base-
ball game since May 30, suf-
fered his seventh setback of the
season despite scattering seven
Braves hits, striking out 10 bat-
ters and walking three.

Tribe trounces
CLEVELAND-Home runs by
Jack Brohamer, Buddy Bell, Alex
Johnson and Graig Nettles car-
ried the Cleveland Indians to a
10-3 American League victory
over the Minnesota Twins last
night.
The victory went to Milt Wil-
cox, 7-11, who left after five in-
nings, charged with three runs,

including Glen Borgmann's sec-
ond homer. It was Wilcox' first
victory since June 10. During
that time he lost' seven.
The Twins scored a run in
the first inning on singles by
Rod Carew, Steve Braun and
Bobby Darwin, but the Indians
took a 2-1 lead in their half of
the inning on Johnson's two-run
single.

WALKOUT NEARS:
Rhodesian question
locked in committee

Professional League Standings
American League Chicago 67 48 .583 12
East St. Louis 55 58 .487 16%
W L Pet. GB Montreal 53 66 .465 19
Detroit 63 54 .538 - Philadelphia 43 72 .374 29',2
Baltimore 02 14 .534 1/2 West
New York 0 .526 1'2 Cincinnati 72 43 .02
Boston 58 56 .509 31 2Houston6 i 52 .559 7%2
Cleveland 55 61 .474 71/ Los Angeles 60 53 .531 11
"Milwaukee 45 78 .391 17 Atlanta 53 66 .445 21
Oakland West 48 .586 - San Francisco 52 66 .441 2112
Chicato 47 48 .583 San Diego 44 70 .386 271:
Minnesota 60 53 .531 6Y2 Yesterday's Results
Kansas City 55 58 .487 11'2 Atlanta 2, Philadelphia 1, 11 innings
California 51 65 .440 17 Cincinnati 4, Montreal 1
Texas 46 69 .400 21'/ New York 4, Houston 2
Yesterday's Results Chicago at San Diego
Baltimore 3, California 1 St. Louis at Los Angeles
Cleveland 10, Minnesota 3 Other clubs not scheduled
Oakland 5, Detroit 1 Today's Games
Other clubs not scheduled Atlanta (Reed. 12-12) at Philadel-
Today's Games phia (Brandon, 5-5), night
California (Ryan, 12-12) at Baltimore Cincinnati (Grimsley, 10-6) at Mon-
McNally, 12-11), night treal (Morton, 5-10), night
Minn sota (Woodson, 11-10) at Cleve- Houston (Roberts, 10-5) at New York
land (Perry, 18-12), night (Sr v, 14-9), night
Texas (Rosman, 6-8) at Milwaukee Chicago (Jenkins, 17 10) at San
Psons, 9-11), night Diego (Arlin, 8-15), right
Hoston (Pattin, 11-12) at Kansas St. Louis(s~, 1-13) at Los Angee
City (Hedlund, 4-5), night Lows 0 0) gt
Oakl 9- (Odom, so-os at Detroit Pittsburgh (Bri1es, 11-8) at San
(Lanisgo(Ma19-9),15-3nighth
New York (Peterson, 13-12) at Chicago co (Marha, 13), night
(Bahnsen, 16-13), night
National League
East
W L Pct. GB x fx
Pittsburgh 72 42 .632 -
New York 60 53 .531 111

By The Associated Press
MUNICH-African teams gave
a last warning last night that
they will go home if Rhodesia is
not kicked out of the Olympic
Games.
Jean-Claude Ganga, secretary-
general of the Supreme Council
for Sports in Africa, issued the
text of a resolution which he said
he had handed to the Interna-
tional Olympic Committee ear-
lier in the day.
The IOC discussed the situa-
tion for 3 hours without finding
a solution..
The IOC executive c o u n c i l
studied the problem late last
night and meets again today.
The African resolution handed
to the IOC accused the Rhode-
sians of failing to comply with
the conditions which they agreed
to a year ago-that they should
compete on the same basis as in
the 1964 Olympics, as British
citizens.
Following the IOC session, Af-
rican representatives held a pri-
vate meeting for more than two
hours. At the end of it, Ganga
told newsmen: "In our view the
situation has not changed and
our resolution stands."
Willi Daume, president of the
West German National Olympic
committee, told n e w s m e n he
thought no compromise was pos-
sible in the quarrel.
"It will be a straight vote for
and against Rhodesia compet-
ing," Daume said.
"All the emotion that has been
building up in Africa over hun-
dreds of years came out in the
debate."
REACTIONS ON THE United
States team have varied. Last
week a group of American blacks
had issued a statement, saying,
"We will stand united with our
African brothers." They also
joined a group of protestors in

boycotting a pre-Olympic track
meet Saturday.
But Clifford Buck, president
of the U.S. Olympic committee
said a number of black athletes
had assured team leaders that
they would compete regardless
of the outcome of the Rhode-
sian-African issue.
"Word has come from both
the boxing and basketball teams
and from at least one black track
m e m b e r," Buck said. "We
haven't attempted to pressure
anyone. We will leave it to the
competitors' i n d i v i d u a I con-
sciences. Needless to say, I am
concerned."
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