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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, June 17, 1971

Bengals squeeze past Chisox

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Ed Brinkman de-
livered the tying run with a sac-
rifice fly and Aurelio Rodriguez
chased in the winner with a
bases-loaded squeeze bunt in the
eighth inning, lifting the Detroit
Tigers to a 6-5 victory over the
Chicago White Sox.
The White Sox had broken a
4-4 tie with a run in their half
of the eighth prior to the Tigers'
rally.
A Walk and two infield hits
filled the bases for Detroit be-
fore pinch-runner Cesar Gutier-
rez came in on Brinkman's sac-
rifice fly.
Gates Brown, who had beaten
out a hit and moved to third on
a walk, then came home on Rod-
riguez' squeeze.
Carlos May's sacrifice fly
scored Bill Melton in Chicago's
eighth to give the White Sox a
short-lived 5-4 lead.
Detroit jumped in front 3-0 in
the first inning on a single by
Rodriguez, a double by Tony
Taylor and Al Kaline's two-run
homer, his fifth of the season.
Mets murder Dodgers
NEW YORK - Mike Jorgen-
sen walloped two home runs and
Duffy Dyer and Ed Kranepool
chipped in with two hits each as
the New York Mets defeated Los
Angeles 7-2 yesterday, ending
the Dodgers' winning streak at
five.
Dyer scored two runs and
drove home another and rookie
Charlie Williams got credit for

the victory, working the first six
innings. Jerry Koosman and
Tug McGraw finished up.
The Dodgers nicked Williams
for a first inning run on a walk
and two infield hits but Jorgen-
sen tie4 it for New York with a
tremendous homer that hit the
scoreboard some 400 feet away
in the bottom of the first against
Dodger starter Bill Singer.
Jorgensen also closed out the
New York scoring with an eighth
inning homer.
Reds ruin Cards
ST. LOtUIS - Lee May drove
in the only run with a single in
the first inning as the Cincin-
nati Reds edged the St. Louis
Cardinals 1-0 yesterday behind
Don Gullett's four-hit pitching.
May, facing Cardinal right-
hander Al Santorini, singled over
the head of shortstop Dal Maxvill
after Pete Rose led off the game
with an infield hit and moved to
second on Hal McRae's grounder.
Following the run, Gullett and
Santorini engaged in a tight
mound duel, with each working
out of jams. The victory lifted
Gullett's record to 7-2.
* Braves bump Cubs
CHICAGO - H a n k Aaron
doubled across two runs and
singled home a third and Atlanta
exploited pitcher Ken Holtz-
man's error for five unearned
runs in the fifth for a 6-5 victory
over the Chicago Cubs yester-
day.
Aaron hit a key two-run dou-

ble in the big Brave fifth in
which Holtzman, unbeaten in
three previous starts including a
June 3 no-hitter at Cincinnati,
opened the gates by fumbling
Bob Didier's sacrifice bunt try
following singles by Zoilo Ver-
salles and Mike Lum.
With the bases loaded and
none out, Atlanta starter Jim
Nash, 5-4, flied out. Then Felix
Millan's fly, instead of ending
the inning, scored Versalles from
third.
After Sonny Jackson singled
across Lun, Aaron slashed a
two-run double and Orlando
Cepeda doubled across Aaron
before Bill Bonham replaced
Holtzman and struck out Earl
Williams to end the inning.
Birds bomb Brewers
BALTIMORE - Paul Blair
and Brooks Robinson cracked
two-run homers, helping Dave
McNally gain his 10th victory as
the Baltimore Orioles downed the
Milwaukee Brewers 8-3 last night.
Blair connected in the opening'
inning following a single by Don
Buford. Robinson's blow in the
sixth came after he was decked
by an inside pitch from loser
Marty Pattin, 6-7. The homer
scorednFrank Robinson, who
had been hit by a pitch.
McNally, 10-4, doubled home a
run later in the sixth, aiding his
own cause as he went the dis-
tance for the first time in eight
starts.
USC ekes out
win over Tulsa
diamondmen
OMAHA, Neb. (R) - Pitcher
Mark So g g e 's ninth-inning
single drove in an unearned run
and gave defending champion
Southern California a 3-2 vic-
tory over Tulsa here yesterday
in the College World Series.
I The victory pushed the top-
ranked Trojans into tonight's
final a g a in s t third-ranked
Southern Illinois, 43-8.
Sogge (14-1) singled with one
out to drive in Jeff Port, who
reached second base on short-
stop Phil Honeycutt's error-
Tulsa's 18th of the tournament.
Sogge scattered eight hits and
For the truth about Howard
Porter and all those nasty
numors about his signings, see
Page 7.
pitched out of a bases-loaded,
one-out jam in the eighth in-
ning with a remarkable pick-
off move that started a double
play.
Tulsa, 35-12, which came to
the eight-team, double-elimina-
tion tournament ranked fourth,
thus lost to Southern California
on two straight nights to bow
out of the tournament. USC
won Tuesday night 8-4.

Playersearry-guns;
Phillips fears trouble
ANAHEIM (A) - The California Angels' troubles seemed to be
mounting yesterday with a report that the club is so torn by dis-
sension that some players are carrying guns or knives to protect
themselves.
Manager Lefty Phillips was reported considering resigning.
It happened a day the club foundit would have to keep its No.
1 problem, outfielder Alex Johnson.
Johnson brought up the subject of guns Monday when he ac-
cused utility infielder Chico Ruiz of threatening him with one fol-
lowing Sunday's game. Ruiz, formerly a close friend of the Ameri-
can League's 1970 batting champion but now an admitted foe,
denied it.
Los Angeles Times columnist John Hall wrote yesterday that
Ruiz and two other players have been seen carrying guns and
that "several others are known to have hidden knives."
He added that ill will exists between a number of players and
feeling against outfielder Tony Conigliaro is as strong as against
Johnson, whom the club tried unsuccessfully to trade before the
midnight deadline.
General Manager Dick Walsh, who was flying to Chicago for a
league meeting, and Phillips weren't available for comment on
Hall's account.
Hall quoted Phillips as saying: "I'm afraid there's going to
be real violence in the clubhouse. I'm afraid somebody is going
to hit somebody else over the head with a stool . . . or worse."
Hall said many resentments are borne by the players-not just
their well-publicized feelings against Johnson.
Many players, he said, feel outfielder Tony Conigliaro, obtained
from Boston last winter, is a malingerer and that before his latest
trip to the hospital the players laid his uniform out on the stretcher
alongside crutches and splattered it with catsup.
The situation is so distressing to Phillips, Hall said, that he is
considering resigning.

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ATLANTA BRAVE Felix Millan (17) slides wide of second base as
Cubs secondbaseman Glenn Beckert throws to first in an attempt
to catch Sonny Jackson for the double-play yesterday afternoon.
The Braves outlasted the Cubs for a 6-5 victory.
Major League Standings '

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W L Pet.
Baltimore 37 21 .630
Detroit 35 27 .565
Bosto 33 27 .550
New York 79 33 .408
Cleveland 28 32 .467
Washington 21 37 .362
West
Oakland 40 21 .656 .
Kansas City 32 25 .561
Minnesota 31 32 .492
California 29 34 .460
Chicago . 22 35 .386
Milwaukee 22 35 .386
Yesterday's Results
New York 3, Kansas City 2
Detroit 6, Chicago 5
Minnesota 3, Cleveland 2
Baltimore 8, Milwaukee 3
Boston at California, Inc.
Washington at Oakland, inc.
Today's Games
Detroit at Cleveland
New York at Baltimore
California at Kansas City'
Chicago at Minnesota

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10
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16
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10
12
16
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GBl
Pit'sburgh 40 74 .625 -
New York 34 25 .576 3f
St. Louis 36 29 .554 41,
Chicago 31 32 .497 8Y2)
Montreal 25 32 .439 111/
Philadelphia 25 36 .410 U3
West
San Francisco 41 25 .621 -
Los Angeles 35 29 .547 5
Houston 31 33 .484 9
Atlanta 30 36 .455 11
Cincinnati 27 36 .429 121t
San Diego 23 41 .359 17
Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 6, Houston 4
Atlanta 6, Chicago 5
Cincinnati 1, St. Louis 0
New York 7, Los Angeles 2
Montreal 2, San Diego 0
Philadelphia 6, San Francisco 3
Today's Games
St. Louis at Chicago
Atlanta at Cincinnati

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