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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, une 30, 1971

Tigers, Orioles split slugfest

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - Andy Etche-
barren and B r o o k s Robinson
swatted three-run homers as the
Baltimore Orioles crushed De-
troit 15-6 in last night's regu-
larly scheduled game, after the
Tigers scored a 9-4, 15-inning
victory in the completion of
Monday's suspended contest.
Etchebarren connected in the
second inning following a walk
and the first of Dave Johnson's
three singles. Robinson's blow
highlighted a four-run rally in
the third and chased loser Les
Cain, 5-2.
Mickey Stanley's run-scoring
single with two outs snapped the
19-hour tie. Two walks forced in
another run before Norm Cash
rapped a two-run single, and
Tony Taylor singled off Dave
Boswell for the final run.
Pat Dobson, 7-4, who has won
five of his last six decisions, left
six Detroit runners stranded in
the first three innings of the
regular game, but yielded solo
homers in the sixth to Cash and
Jim Northrup.
Northrup also had a three-run
shot in the ninth.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East pt g
W 1, Pet. GB1
Baltimore 46 27 .630 -
Boston 42 31 .575 4
Deteoit 42 33 .560 5
New York 35 41 .461 12
Cleveland 34 40 .459 12.
Washington 26 47 .356 20
west
SOakland 50 24 .06 -
KansasdCity 32 33 .329 It
Minnesota 36 39 .40 14'
Milwaukee 31 40 .437 17'
Califonia 34 44 .436 10
Chicago 20 42 .400 20
Yesterday's Results
New York 9, Cleveland 2
Detroit 9, Baltimore 4, 1st, 15 inn.
Baltimoe 15, Detroit , 2nd
Boston 6, Washington 2
Milwaukee 5, Chicago 2
Kansas City at California, int.
Minnesota at Oakland, inc.
Today's Games
Minnesota at Oakland -
Kansas City at California
Chiao at Mlukee, 2
Boston at Detroit
Baltimore at Cleveland, 2
New York at Washington
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
WN L.Per. G
Pittsburgh 49 28 .06 G-
New York 44 29 .603 3
Chicago 38 36 .514 9,
St. Louis 40 38 .513 9
Philadelphia 30 45 .400 10
Montreal 29 44 .372 10
West
San Francisco 49 28 .636 -
Los Angeles 43 34 .5 1 0
Houston 32 39 .47 11t ,
Cincinnati 36 43 456 14
Atlana 3 45 .451 1462
San Diego 27 50 .351-22
Yesterday's Results
New York 3, Philadelphia0
St. Louis 8 0Pitsburgh 3
Atlanta 5, Houston 4
Cincinnati 14, Montreal 0
Chicago 3, Los Angeles 2
San Francisco at San Diego, ine.
Today' Games
Atlanta at Montreal
Pittshugh at New York
Los Angeles at Chicago
Cincinnati at Philadelphia
San Fancisco at an Diego
International
Folk Dancing!
every Fri. evening 8-11
teaching 8-9
BEGINNERS WELCOME
Barbour Gymnasium
(corner of E. University and
N. University, some building
as Waterman Gym)

Intermediate a n d Ad-
vanced group meets Tues-
day evening, 7:30-10:00,
in Barbour.

Cubs club Dodgers
CHICAGO-Ron Santo drove
home Paul Popovich in the
eighth inning yesterday, lifting
the Chicago Cubs to a 3-2 vic-
tory over Los Angeles and snap-
ping the Dodgers' four-game
winning streak.
Santo, who drove across two
runs, delivered a sacrifice fly
following lead off singles in the
eighth by Paul Popovich and
Billy Williams off reliever Joe
Moeller.
The Dodgers twice came from
behind to force ties at 1-1 in
the fifth and 2-2 in the eighth.
For a story about a super-swift
doc and Ali's reaction to the
court's decision reversal, see
page eleven.
The Cubs moved ahead 2-1 in
the seventh when they chased
rookie Bob O'Brien, who had
dueled brilliantly with Bill
Hands. Now 9-8 with three
straight victories, Hands yield-
ed at the start of the ninth to
Phil Regan.
i$ets mince Plillies
PHILADELPHIA - Tom Sea-
ver tossed a four-hit shutout
and the New York Mets backed
him with three home runs to
defeat the Philadelphia Phillies
3-0 last night.
Seaver, 10-3, struck out 13, in-
cluding the 1,000th victim of his
career-Willie Montanez to open
the seventh. Seaver celebrated
by striking out the side in that
inning.
Jerry Grote put the Mets in
front in the fourth inning with
his second home run of the sea-
son and Cleon Jones and Ed
Kranepool a d d e d consecutive
homers off loser Barry Lersch
in the eighth.
Bosox bomb Nats
BOSTON -Bob Montgomery
and John Kennedy, a pair of
reserves filling in because of
injuries, drove in two runs each
in a five-run second inning last
night as the Boston Red Sox
defeated the Washington Sena-
tors 6-2 for their fifth straight
victory.
Two walks and a damaging
error by third baseman Bernie
Allen got Washington's bonus
rookie, Pete Broberg, 0-2, in
trouble in the second.
Montgomery, catching in place
of Duane Josephson, singled
home two runs, and Broberg
balked home the third. Then
Kennedy, filling in at second
base foruDoug Griffin, slammed
a two-run homer to complete
the big inning.

Rosewall dumps Richey
to advance to semifinals

WIMBLEDON, England (P) -
Australian Ken Rosewall, in a
marathon quarter - final match
that had a center-court crowd on
its feet, battled four hours for a
come-from-behind victory over
American Cliff Richey yesterday
in the All England Grass Court
Tennis Championships.
Rosewall, the 36-year-old No.
3 seed, will face the defending
champion John Newcombe in an
all-Australian men's singles semi-
final match tomorrow. Americans
Stan Smith and Tom Gorman will
meet in the other semifinal.
Richey, of Sarasota, Fla., ap-
peared to have the satch sewn
up after taking the first two sets
but Rosewall, who has won every
major title but this one, fought

back to a 6-8, 5-7, 6-4, 9-7, 7-5 vic-
tory over the man who is 12 years
his junior.
The two players who had the
center court crowd of 15,000 on
their feet, were knotted at the
dnd of four sets as Rosewall
came back with immaculate
ground /strokes.
Richey, a former Texan seed-
ed No. 6 here, chased every ball,
producing incredible returns, and
saved four match points in the
10th game of the final set to
level it at 5-5.
In the next game he went to
40-15 on Rosewall's serve but
Rosewall, who has been a run-
ner-up here three times, played
a controlled game with cleverly

angled backhands to gain a 6-5
advantage.
Richey, troubled by foot faults
throughout the match, double-
faulted to trail 15-30 in the final
game, then came back to tie it
at 30-30 in his last bid.
Rosewall then played it out to
victory, hitting a perfect back-
hand to clinch the match.
Newcombe, the No. 2 seed,
earned a semifinal berth earlier
yesterday with a 6-1, 6-2, 6-3 vic-
tory over fellow Aussie Colin Di-
bley.
The Americans, No. 4 seed
Smith of Pasadena, Calif., oust-
ed Onny Parun of New Zealand,
and Gorman of Seattle, con-
quered top-seeded Rod laver
Monday for the right to deter-
mine who will represent the
United States
The women's singles semifi-
nals today will pit defending
champion and top-seeded Mar-
garet Smith Court against fellow
Australian Judy Dalton. Billie
Jean King of Long Beach, Calif.,
seeded No. 2, will battle third-
seded teen-age wonder Evonne
Goolagong of Australia.
Uhlaender
quits Indians
CLEVELAND (P) - Ted
Uhlaender has left the Cleve-
land Indians and says he is quit-
ting baseball.
Uhlaender, 31, left the team in
New York Sunday, according to
Manager Alvin Dark. Dark said
he tried unsuccessfully to con-
tact Uhlaender Monday to find
out why he had jumped the club.
Uhlaender, of McAllen, Tex.,
said in a taped interview with
Don Calo of radio station WHK
in Cleveland he had left base-
ball for good but declined to say
why lie had quit the Indians.
He said he admitted he liked
Dark "very much . . . he treat-
me real good."
He said he was a partner with
his father in a wholesale hard-
ware business and intended to
devote full time to the business.
Uhlaender had been used
sparingly this season, but his
.267 average in 161 at bais and
his 20 RBI ranked him fourth on
the team in those categories.

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DEFENDING CHAMPION John Newcomb displays the form that
helped him to a semifinal berth in the Wimbledon Tennis
Championships yesterday. Newcomb defeated fellow Australian
Colin Dibley 6-1, 6-2, 6-3 to qualify for the semifinals.

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