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Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 3, 1971
Beigals bounce past Birds, 3-1

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Tony T a y l o r
doubled home the tie-breaking
run in the eighth inning, then
scored on a wild pitch as Mickey
Lolich and the Detroit Tigers
downed Baltimore 3-1 last night.
Aurelio Rodriguez opened the
eighth with a double off Tom
Dukes, 0-4, and scored on Tay-
lor's second run-scoring double
of the game. Taylor took third
on Al Kaline's foul fly and came
home when Eddie Watt uncork-
ed a wild pitch.
The Tigers got their first run
in the sixth off Dave McNally
when Rodriguez smashed a two-
Murray cops third
Michigan hurdles ace Godfrey
Murray finished third last night
in the 110-meter high hurdles
at the USA-USSR Track Meet in
Berkeley California. Murray,
running for the World All-Stars,
was clocked in 14.2.
out single off the pitcher's glove
and scored on Taylor's double.
Ilosox bombed
B O S TO N - Stan Bahnsen
scattered seven hits and Thur-
man Munson drove in four runs
with a double and three run
homer last night as the New
York Yankees ended Boston's
seven-game winning streak with
a 6-0 victory over'the Red Sox.
Rucs bury Cubs
CHICAGO - Home runs by
Bob Robertson and Gene Alley
in the fourth inning highlighted
a 14-hit attack that carried the
Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-1 vic-
tory over the Chicago Cubs yes-
The National League East
Aaron cops
lead in NL
All-Star voting
NEW YORK (A') - Bud Harrel-
son, New York Mets shortstop.
has pulled away to a lead of
nearly 45,000 votes Chicago Cub's
Don Kessinger in the closest race
in the National League All-Star
balloting. Harrelson has receiv-
ed 393,708 votes thus far to 338,-
820 for Kessinger.
Meanwhile Bank Aaron, the
slugging 37-year-old right fielder
of the Atlanta Braves, became
the leading vote-getter with a
total of 759,589 votes. Giants' Wil-
lie Mays, the second leading vote-
getter, and Pittsburgh's Willie
Stargell, the major league home
run and RBI leader, hold down
the other outfield spots.
Cincinnati's Johnny Bench is
far out in front among the catch-
ers, while the leaders at the
other infield positions include Wil-
lie McCovey at first base, Glenn
Beckert at second, and Joe Torre
at third.

leading Pirates pounded Fer-
guson Jenkins, 11-8, for 10 of
their hits and all five runs in
the five innings the big right-
hander worked.
Braves bridle Mets
NEW YORK - Rookie Earl
Williams crashed his 12th home
run, snapping an eight-inning
tie and giving the A tlanta
Braves a 3-2 victory over the
New York Mets last night.
Williams unloaded on reliever
Danny Frisella, his drive just
clearing the left field fence be-
yond the desperate leap of Ol-
son Jones.
Major League
' Standings h
W L Pet., GB
Baltimore 47 30 .610 -
Boston 44 32 .579 21/
Detroit 43 35 .551 4)
Cleveland 36 42 .462 111/2
New York 36 43 .456 11
Washington 29 47 .382 17'
Oakland 50 26 .658 -
Kansas City 39 35 .527 10
Minnesota 31 4i .407 13
California 35 46 .432 17.
Chicago 32 42 .432 17
Milwaukee 32 43 .427 17',
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 3, Baltimore 1
New York 6, Boston
Washington 6, Cleveland 3
Chicago 2, Kansas City 1
Milwaukee 5, Minnesota0
Oakland at California, inc.
Today's Games
New York at Boston
Washington at Cleveland
Chicagorat Kansas City
Baltimore at Detroit
Minnesota at Milwaukee
Oakland at California
W L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 51 29 .038 -
New York 45 31 .592 4
Chicago 39 37 .513 10
St. Louis 40 39 .506 10/
Philadelphia 32 47 .405 18,/
Montreal 30 47 .390 19
San Francisco 51 29 .638 -
Los Angeles 44 35 .557 61
Houston 38 39 .494 11
Atlanta 40 45 .471 13j.
Cincinnati 37 45 .451 15
San Diego 2i 52 .350 23
Yesterday". Results
Montreal 4, Philadelphia 2, 1st
Philadelphia 8, Montreal 4, 2nd
Pittsburgh 5, Chicago 1
Atlanta 3, New York 2
Houston 3, Cincinnati 2
Los Angeles at san Diego, inc.
St. Louis at San Francisco, inc.
Today's Games
Pittsbturgh at Chicago
Philadelphia at Montreal
Atlanta at New York
Cincinnati at Houston
Los Angeles at San Diego
St. Louis at San Francisco
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$10.00 per month

scholars hip
DALLAS (Pt)-An NCAA limita-
tion of 30 football scholarships
a year per school based on fi-
nancial need is likely to come
from a committee that conclud-
ed a two-day meeting on the
monetary problems of college
athletics Friday.
The committee's recommenda-
tions will be considered at Aug-
ust and November meetings by
the policy-directing NCAA Coun-
The council then would pre-
pare the necessary legislation
for consideration by the NCAA.
convention at its January 1972
meeting in Hollywood, Fla.
For details of a young Aussie
lass' big moment at the net, see
page eleven.
Although his committee's re-
port will not be made public,
Flynn said, he indicated that
discussion has centered around
30 football and six basketball
scholarships each year, limits of
eight fulltime and three part
time coaches in football, three
fulltime and one parttime in 4
basketball, and comparable lim-
itations in other sports.
T h e scholarship limitations,
combined with need, would re-
sult in a saving of 50 per cent or
more in money spent on schol-
arships at the average school,
Flynn said.

-Associated Press
Pittsburgh Pirate rightfielder Roberto Clemente takes advantage of
the lush vegetation thriving in Wrigley field to cushion his fall
following a diving catch of a fly ball hit by J.C. Martin of the Chi-
cago Cubs in yesterday's clash between the league-leading Bucs
and the Cubs. Al Oliver (16) got out of the way Just in time.

Bear a break.
You're the only one who can.
Because all Smokey can do is ask you to help prevent forest fires.
He can't break your matches. Or douse your campfires. Or snuff out
your cigarets.
Only you can.
So, please, lend Smokey a hand.
And maybe while you're at it, lend him your voice too; tell people to
give the bear a break.
He deserves it.
So does America.

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