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Friday, May 28, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

SPORTS WRAPUP:
Richards calls

Boy

By The Associated Press marked, "for such a lousy play-
ATLANTA - Paul Richards, er, Boyer does a lot of talking."
vice president of the Atlanta
Braves, yesterday summoned his
__ discontended t h i r d baseman, Spartans spake
Clete Boyer, to a head-to-head EAST LANSING - Michian
meeting today, threatening to State dropped its first game in
suspend the slick-fielding in- the NCAA District 4 playoffs yes-
fielder if he wasn't in the Braves terday to Cincinnati 8-7 while
offices by noon. Southern Illinois bested Ohio
Earlier in the week Boyer was University 5-4 in the double
quoted as having said, "There elimination tourney.
shouldn't be any place for a guy MSU must now take four
like Richards in baseball." straight games to come back in
In retaliation, Richards re- the championship bracket and
BROCK EXTENDS STREAK
Tigers plus ter Yankees
By The e A"ociatd Pre's In more nationally signifi-
Al Kaline, Willie Horton' and cant action, Lou Brock, a .424
Bill Freehan ripped successive hitter during a torrid batting
run-scoring singles in the sixth tear, banged out three more hits
inning last night and the De- and Chris Zachary pitched a
trait Tigers nipped the New two-hitter as the St. Louis Car-
York Yankees, 4-3. dinals routed the Chicago Cubs,
Mickey Lolich survived eight 10-0.
hits, i n c 1 u d i n g consecutive In running his consecutive-
homers by Bobby Murcer and game hitting streak to 23, Bro'ck
Johnny Ellis, and worked out of smacked three singles in five
a tight jam as the Tigers won times at bat. His hit in the sev-
the eighth game out of their enth drove in two runs and sent
last nine. Ferguson Jenkins, the Cubs'
: .tea: i . ~..,starter, to the showers,
* The twelfth victory in the
SMajor League first place Cards' last15 games
Staning incireased their National League
Standings East lead over the idle New York
Mets to one full game.
AMERICAN LEAGUE In other games, Ted Uhlaen-
W L Pct. GBE der drove in four runs to lead
Poston 28 15 .651 - Cleveland over Baltimore 10-5,
Baliimore 24 17 .585 3 and Tom Kelley of Atlanta'
Cleveland 18 2 . 9 pitched a four-hitter in turning
New York 18 24 .429 9} back the Expos 4-1.
Washington 17 28 .37s 12
West Homers by Roberto Clemente
Oakland 31 16 .660 - and Manny Sanguillen paced
Minnesota 23 B2 .51i 7 Pittsburgh over the Reds 5-2.
California 22 24 ,478 ii Pitcher Gary Peters helped win
K'nsas cit 8 22 47t 8 his own game for the Red Sax
Milwauke 1 7 23 .425 lo?
Chicago 16 23 .410 11 by driving home two runs with
Yesterday's Results a single as Boston beat Wash-
Cleveland 10, Baltimore 5 ington 5-2
Detroit 4, New York 3
B oston 6, Washington 2 Roberto Pena's single for Mil-
Miiwaukee 5, Minnesota 3 waukee beat the Twins 5-3.
Ohr inubs not scliednled.
Tonight's Gams
r Baltimore at Minnesota
Detroit at Milwaukee
Cleveland at Chiago
Kansas City at Waslington
California at New York
Oakland at Boston
NATItONAL LEAGUE p V_
East
W i. Pct GB ,1 PHONVE_
St. Louis 28 13 t2 -
New York 25 36 .610 1
Pitsbur h . 8 911 AT CORNER OF STA
Manteal 18 99 .488 68
Chicago 20 24 .455 7 S I
Philadelphia 16 26 .381 10S
San Francisco 32 13 .711 -NW
Houston 23 22 .511 9
Atlanta 22 24 .478 101iS
loAngeles 21 24 .462 1
Cincinnati 18 27 .400 14 The 1A
San Diego 13 32 .289 i1rus93
Yesterday's Results r 1
St. Louis 10, Chicago 0
Atlanta 4, Montreal 1 T
Pitiskurgli 5, Cincinnati 2coes9oftem tcrt
San Francisco at Los Angeles 9
Other clubs not scheduled
Tonight's Games h us
Chicago at Pittsburgh w lt throug
Atlanta at St. Louis
1Houston at Cincinnati
Philadelphia at Los Angeles OPEN 12 45
New York at San Diego
Montreal at San Francisco SHOWS AT
Daily C!assifieds 4
Bring Results 9P.M
Students-Grads 1
AA 15 Min
Hf~ Latert
What Is AMERICAN Into?
UNION OF
STUDENTS
TRAVEL
with special student fares to A RO T M EPRODUCTON
and throughout Europe . d.. dis-
counts on lodging, meals, en-
tetoinment . . . AUS service
centers in major cities and much

more.
AMERICAN UNION I HUR Hill DAVI WAYNE
OF STUDENTS

move on to the NCAA University
World Series in Omaha.
Alex, Lefty make up
OAKLAND - Alex Johnson is
back in the California Angels'
lineup. How long he'll stay there
is anybody's guess.
The d e f e n d i n g American
League batting champion went
to Manager Lefty Phillips on
Wednesday and asked for a
reprieve from his third bench-
ing sentence this season
After haering promises that
Johnson would improve on the
frequently lackadaisical attitude
he has displayed, Phillips put
him back in left field.
Just three days earlier Phil-
lips had vowed, "Alex Johnson
will never play for me again."
Krulicki blasts hockey
KITCHENER, Ont.-Jim Kru-
licki, the young Detroit Red
Wings' forward, announced his
retirement from the National
Hockey League yesterday, say-
ing there was no fun left in the
game.
"Professional h o c k e y is a
ruthless business and, needless
to say, the fun is gone out of the
game," said the 23-year-old
Krulicki.
ABA stars write NBAns
HOUSTON - The American
Basketball Association all stars
published an open letter to the
NBA all star group in a full page
advertisement yesterday in the
Houston Chronicle.
The all-star squads from the
two warring leagues meet the
first time tonight in the Astro-
dom.
"Our only game plan is to
coin, period," the letter said.
Baseballs for the blind
BOSTON-A new signal-car-
rying ball designed for blind
persons was introduced at Fen-
662-6264
TE & LIBERTY STS.
See It
TODAY!
icture
minutes!...

er on carpet
way Park yesterday before the and his car owner, millionaire
Boston Red Sox' game with the Andy Granatelli, r u m b 1 e d
Washington Senators. through the Indianapolis Motor
The ball, about the size of a Speedway yesterday just two
softball, carries an electrical days before the 55th running
"beep" to help blind people fol- of the 500-mile race.
low its flight. It can easily be * *
re-charged.Wi
A blind youth, Bobby Verette.
17, of Andover, played cate INDIANAPOLIS -- A New
with Carl Yastrzemski of the York newswoman obtained a
Red Sox. court order yesterday forbidding
* * the Indianapolis Motor Speed-
Mario, Andy split? way to deny her access to the
garage and pit areas.
INDIANAPOLIS - Reports of The areas, mostly through
an impending break between tradition, have been off limits to
1969 winner, Mario Andretti, women.
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