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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 7, 1971

Beng s, Cash crush Yankees

2 as Don Buford,

T hree Birds
tabbed for
All-Star tilt
NEW YORK (A') - The world
champion Baltimore O r i o l e s
placed three men on the Ameri-
can League All - Star team, in-
cluding third baseman Brooks
Robinson, the No. 1 vote-getter in
final balloting announced yester-
day by Baseball Commissioner
Bowie Kuhn.
Robinson, who drew 1,110,468 of
the more than 2,300,000 ballots
cast in what is believed to be the
largest computerized vote ever
taken in sports will be joined by
teammates Boog Powell at first
base and Frank Robinson in the
outfield.
Rounding out the AL's starting
infield for the 42nd All-Star Game
at Detroit are second baseman
Rod Carew of the Minnesota
Twins and shortstop Luis Apa-
ricio of the Boston Red Sox.
The catcher will be Ray Fosse
of Cleveland.
Frank Robinsonwill he joined
in the outfield hy Carl Yas-
trzemski of Boston and Tony
Olivia of Minnesota.
It will be the 10th All-Star ap-
pearance for Frank Robinson,
who has played for the American
League four times and the Na-
tional League six times.
The eight winners in the fan
balloting conducted throughout
the United States and Canada
must play three innings.
The balance of the squad, in-
cluding pitchers, will be named
by Manager Karl Weaver of the
Orioles.
The closest voting revolved
around the third outfield posi-
tion, with Frank Robinson edg-
ing Bobby Murcer of the New
York Yankees.
Robinson collected 633,217 v es
to 606,203 for Murcer.
Fosse amassed 645,966 votes
toi win the cather's post over
Bill Freehan of Detroit, with
570,199, and Aparicio, gained the
shortstop berth with 437.959
votes to 368,799 for Leo Cardenas
of Minnesota.

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - N o r m Cash
muscled into the American
League home run lead by hit-
ting a pair of three-run homers
last night to lead the Detroit
Tigers to a 12-7 victory over the
New York Yankees.
Cash, second leading vote get-
ter for the All-Star game at first
base, slammed a three-run ho-
mer in the second inning when
the Tigers tagged Stan Bahnsen
for seven runs - their biggest
single inning output of the year.
In the fourth Cash unloaded a
three-run blast off Gary Jones,
his 19th homer of the season.
Mickey Lolich staggered to
his 13th triumph against six
losses, surviving a burst of four
unearned runs in the fifth that
narrowed the lead to 10-7. Bahn-
Wilmore gains
U.S. Pan-Am
hoop berth
Wolverine hoop ace Henry
Wilmore has been named to the
team that will represent the
United States in the Pan Ameri-
can Games this summer the Unit-
ed States Olympic Committee an-
nounced yesterday.
The Michigan star, along with
eleven other outstanding col-
legiate basketball players, was
chosen from among 54 players in-
vited to the Air Force Academy
for team try-outs.
The team, which will work out
at Oral Roberts University will
participate in pre-Games com-
petition with Panama and Can-
ada at Vancouver and with the
Olympic Development team in
Miami, before heading to Cali.
Columbia for the Games.
Also named to the team were
Jim Chones of Marquette, Bob
McAdoo of Vincennes Junior Col-
lege, Jim Forbes of University of
Texas at El Paso, Bob Ford of
Purdue, Chuck Terry of Califor-
nia State at Long Beach, Luke
Witte of Ohio State, Dwight Jones
of Houston, Ken Davis of Gerge-
town, Paul Westphal if tkfuthern
California, Don Buse of ENans-
ville, and Brian Taylor of Prince-
ton.

sen, 8-8, was tagged with only
his second loss in his last nine
decisions.
Birds split
BALTIMORE - Reliever Dick
Hall's wild throw after fielding
a 30-foot tapper by Toby Harrah
provided the winning run in the
seventh inning as Washington
edged Baltimore 3-2 and earned a
split in yesterday's twi-night
doubleheader.
The Orioles won the opener 6-

2 as Don Buford,
son and M e r
smacked first inn
to back McNally's
Bosox bump
CLEVELAND -
Reggie Smith's h
Kennedy's triple,
Boston Red Sox %
from-behind vict
Cleveland Indians
their 12th triump
15 games.

Brooks Robin- rrOO'11t,
v Rettenmund
ing home runs M jorLeague
13th victory.
En ns~ Standings
Indians AMERICAN LEAGUE
- Sparked by East
amer and John W L Pet. GB
the streaking Baltimore 50 3i .617
Botn 47 33 .5885 27Xx
won a 3-2 come- Detroit 44 37 .543 6
ory over the New York 37 46 .446 14
last night for Cirveland 36 46 .439 i4'/.
h in their last WashiWgto 33 48 .407 17
West
Oakland 53 28 .654 -
- Kansas City 42 37 .532 10
Minnesota 39.43 .476 14!
q, California 38 48 .4472317?
Chicago 34 45 .430 18
Milwaukee 34 45 .430 10
Yesterday's Results
Boston 3, Cleveland2
Detroit 12, New York 7
Baltimore 6, Washington 2, 1st
Washiogton 3, Baltimore2, 2nd
California 7, Minnesota 5
Kansas City 1, Milwaukee 0
Oakland 9, Chicago 4
9t aToday's Games
q b - Caliorniaat Minnesota
ansCityat Milwakee
Oakland at Chicago
New York at Detroit
Boston at Cleveand
Wasingtons atIBaltiniore
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgb 53 31 .631 -
New York 46 35 .568 5'
Chicago 41 38 .519 9'.
St. Louis 42 41 .506 10.,
Philadelphia 35 48 .422 17'v
Montreal 32 50 .390 20
f ? West
San Francisco 52 32 .619 -
Los Angeles 40 35 .578 31'
Hlouton 41 39 .513 9
Atlanta 43 46 .483 11
Cincinnati 37 49 .530 16
SnDiego 79 35 .345 23
sW, eYesterday's Results
Montreal 5, New York1
Atlanta 5, Philadelphia 2
Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 2
Bouston at San Francisco, inc.
-Associated Press Chicago at LmsAngeles, inc.
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
fle mle rn at Montreal at New York
e mile run at Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
sterday. Keino Philadelphia at Atlanta
an. Jim Ryun Chicago at Los Angelrs
Houston at San Francisco
St. Louis at San Diego

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Olympic champ Kip Keino sprints to victory in th
the International Athletic Games in Stockholm ye
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