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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, June 10, 1971

Tigers tame Brewers;

Phillies
By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Norm Cash blast-
ed a three-run home run in the
first inning and Les Cain scat-
tered four hits as the Detroit
Tigers handed the Milwaukee
Brewershtheir sixth consecutive
ls,3-0, last night.
Cash's homer was his 12th of
the year, t y i n g him for the
American League lead. It came
J off Lew Krausse, 2-8, after Al
Kaline singled and Willie Hor-
- ton was hit by a pitch.
All four Brewer hits were sin-
.. s gles, with two coming in the
fifth, as southpaw Cain hurled
f f his first complete game in five
starts, upping his record to 4-1.
,.4 It was his first nine-inning
.$ shutout in the majors.
Although the Tigers collected
F -: f 13 hits, Krausse and Ken San-
f f .<* ders blanked them after Cash's
homer. Detroit stranded 12 run-
r{ ners after the first inning.
Associated Press Dodgers drowned
MINNESOTA TWINS' Cesar Tovar (12) is tagged out at second PHILADELPHIA - Ken Rey-
base by Baltimore shortstop Mark Belanger in the third inning of lea gainedtory with the helpmajor
last night's clash between the Twins and redhot Orioles. Tovar, clutch relief pitching by Woodie
who had walked earlier, was retired on, a throw by catcher Andy Fryman and an early three
Etchebarren. The Birds took their seventh straight, 2-1. 'home run attack as the Phila-
TIGERS TAKE FIFE
Boston selects Burton in raft

dump Dodgers

delphia Phillies defeated the
Los Angeles Dodgers, 9-4, last
night.
Fryman came on in the eighth
after Jim Lefebvre opened with
a single and Steve Garvey walk-
ed. Be 'retired Duke Sims on a
fly ball and got pinch hitter
Bill Sudakis to hit into a double
play.
D e r o n Johnson's three-run
homer featured a four-run first
inning attack off loser Claude
Osteen, 6-4. Singles by Larry
Bow and Terry Harmon and a
throwing error by Osteen on
Willie Montanez' grounder ac-
counted for the first run.
Expos dump Giants
MONTREAL - Steve Renko
hurled a one-hitter-Dick Dietz'
second-inning single-and dou-
bled home the first run of the
game as the Montreal Expos
whipped the faltering San Fran-
cisco Giants 4-0 last night.
Renko, 7-4, and Perry, 6-4,
were locked in scoreless battle
when Montreal struck for single
runs in the fifth and sixth in-
nings.
Bob Bailey led off the fifth
with a bunt single, the first hit
off Perry, and was sacrified to
second by Boots Day, Renko
scored Bailey with a two-out
double down the left-field line.
Ronunt led off the sixth
with a double, to third on Rusty
Staub's single and scored on a
force play.
Braves bomb Cards
ATLANTA - Zoilo Versalles'
two-run single highlighted a six
run outburst in the fifth inning
at the Atlanta Braves downed
the St. Louis Cardinals 8-3 last
night.
The Braves paraded 10 batters
to the plate to erase a 3-2 St.
Louis lead by collecting five
hits, a walk and a hit batter and
adding one run on Joe Torre's
throwing error.
Hank Aaron tied the game
with a run-scoring double to left
center and Cardinal reliever
Moe Drabowsky broke the tie
when, with the bases loaded, he
hit Earl Williams with a pitch.
Two Cardinal players, pitcher
Frank Linzy and first baseman
Bob Burda, were injured when
they collided at full speed in the
sixth chasing a foul bouncer tc-
ward Ralph Garr.
Birds topple Twins
BALTIMORE - Frank Robin-
son doubled home Don Buford
from first base with two out in
the 10th inning last night, giving

the red-hot Baltimore Orioles a
2-1 victory over the Minnesota
Twins, their seventh consecutive
triumph.
Buford opened the inning with
a single off loser Jim Kaat, 4-5,
and, after Pau Blab and Brooks
Robinson flied out, Frank Rob-
inson hit a deep drive to right
field and Tony Aliva missed a
leaping try at the wall.
. Mike Cuellar limited the Twins
to four hits for his ninth win in
10 decisions.
Cubs clip iBucs
CHICAGO - Brock Davis
drove across two runs with a
triple and single and Ferguson
Jenkins recorded his tenth vic-
tory as the Chicago Cubs beat
the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-1.
Jenkins completed his 12th
complete game giving up seven
hits, including Willie Stargell's
solo homer in the fourth.
Short owes
baek rent
for stadiuxm
WASHINGTON (A) - The own-
ers of Robert F. Kennedy Sta-
dium where the Washington
Senators play baseball may be-
gin attaching gate receipts if
club owner Robert Short doesn't
pay $135,000 he owes in back rent,
the Washington Star reported
yesterday.
The paper quoted officials of
the Armory Board of the Dis-
trict of Columbia as saying a
decision on whether to obtain a
court order impounding receipts
within the next 30 days. The
board -operates the federally-
owned stadium.
Another possibility, the Star
said, is outright eviction. Short,
in the two years he's owned the
Senators, has been plagued by
poor attendance and says he
operates at a deficit. He wants
the Interior Department to take
over the stadium and has threat-
ened to build. a new one perhaps
in suburban Virginia unless the
government provides some fi-
nancial help.
The Star said the Armory
board has gone to Baseball
Commissioner Bowie Kuhn and
American League President Joe
Cronin in unsuccessful attempts
to collect the rent.

4

By The Associated Press
Two former Wolverine pitching
stars, Jim Burton and Dan Fife.
were selected yesterday in the
secondary phase of professional
baseball's player draft.
Burton, the fireballing south-
paw who was generally acknowl-
edged as one of the nation's finest
collegiate hurlers, was drafted by
the Boston Red Sox in the first
round.
Fife, who captained the Wol-
verine basketball team this past
winter, and also played the out-
field in addition to managing his
Canonero II
in jured again
NEW YORK (A) -- Canonero II.
the Venezuelan owned colt who
failed to win racing's Triple
Crown, has developed a new in-
fection in his right hind leg, it
was disclosed yesterday.
"The colt has a new prob-
lem," said Dr. Michael Gerard,
a veterinarian who oxamined
the 3-year-old at the request of
Buddy Hirsch, trainer or King
Ranch.
"His blood count is up and he
definitely has an infection in the
hock," Dr. Gerard said, adding
"X-rays reveal nothing wrong
with his bone structure."
The winner of the Kentucky
Derby and the Preakness, but
fourth to Pass Catcher in last
Saturday's Belmont takes, pre-
viously had a skin rash and an
infection in his right hind hoof.

mound duties, was drafted by the
Detroit Tigers in the second
round. Fife was drafted in the
NBA draft by the Milwaukee
Bucks earlier in the year.
Meanwhile, the Washington
Senators and Chicago White Sox
both surprised at the baseball
draft by selecting athletes best
known for the way they throw
the ball-Dartmouth pit-Ther Pete
Broberg and Mississippi quar-
terback Archie Manning.
The Senators, expected to
seek hitting help, went instead
for pitching by selecting Broberg
as the No. 1 draft choice in one
category of the secondary phase
and quickly equating his paten-
tial with Hall of Famer Walter
Johnson.
The White Sox opened the other
category in the secondary phase
by making Harvard catcher Pete
Varney the No. 1 selection and
then sent for Manning, a standout
pro football prospept currently
bogged down in contract negotia-
tions with the New Orleans
Saints.
Two other athletes who also
made big names for themselves
as quarterbacks - Joe hTeis-
mann of Notre Dame, selected
by Minnesota, and Charlie Dud-
ish of Georgia Tech, picked by
San Diego - were also selected.
Both Thiesmann and D disn are
shortstops.
But Broberg and Manning
commanded the most attention,
since the financial blandish-
ments involved in their 'dgnings
likely would exceed all the rest.
Broberg, a fireballing right

hander who allowed only 82
hits and struck out 212 in 151 1-3
innings for Dartmouth, previous-
ly had been drafted by Oakl),nd
and turned down a repurted
$150,000 offer to continue his edu-
cation. Broberg still has one yeas
of college remaining.
Theismann was picked as the
regular phase of the draft--the
selection of players never e-
fore drafted - came to an en ,
with 801 athletes taken. Thesa-
For a daring expose on the
sports staff and the always excit-
ing news on NHL goings-on, see
page eleven.
mann, however, already las
signed a pro football cntreeSt
with Toronto of the Canadin n
Football League.
Dudish, who quit Geor-ia Tech
after his sophomore year, was
the 12th pick in the secondary
phase, delayed category-players
previously drafted who were not
eligible to be redrafted it Jane-
ary but became eligible again.

Major League Standings y
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East East ;'..,.,e...,. . .
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB i 's--
Baltimore 33 19 .635 - New York 32 20 .615 -
Boston 32 22 .593 2 St. Louis 35 23 .603 -
Detroit 30 25 .545 4% Pittsburgh 34 23 .596e
Cleveland 25 28 .472 82 Chicago 28 29 .491 6% : y
New York 24 30 .444 10 Montreal 23 27 .460 $ -
Washington 19 35 .352 15 Philadelphia 21 28 .389 12
West West .
Oakland 37 19 .661 - San Francisco 38 21 .644 - ,
Kansas City 28 23 .549 6 Los Angeles 30 27 .526 7
Minnesota 27 29 .482 10 Houston 28 29 .491 9
California 26 30 .464 11 Atlanta 27 32 .458 41
Chicago 20 30 .400 14 Cincinnati 23 34 .404 14 - . ,$'
Milwaukee 20 31 .392 141, San Diego 18 39 .316 19
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Detroit 3, Milwaukee 0 Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 1
Kansas City 5, Washington 4 Atlanta 8, St. Louis 3 /e
Cleveland 3, Chicago 1 Cincinnati 2, Houston 1
Baltimore 2, Minnesota 1, 10 inn. Philadelphia 9, Los Angeles 4r
Boston at Oakland, inc. New York 4, San Diego 2
New York at California, inc. Montreal 4, San Francisco 0
Today's Games Today's Games -Associated Press
Chicago at Cleveland San Diego at New York
Minnesota at Baltimore Los Angeles at Philadelphia CHICAGO CUBS Ron Santo raises a cloud of dust as he slides into home plate yesterday afternoon to
Washington at Kansas City San Francisco at Montreal score on a double by Brock Davis. Bues' catcher Milton May attempts to field the throw from center
Milwaukee at Detroit Atlanta at Houston
ew York at California Pittsburgh at St. aLouis fielder Al Oliver, while the Cubs' Danny Breedon (19) looks on.

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