100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 08, 1971 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1971-07-08

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, July 8, 1971

PaeEih HEMCIGNDIL husa, uy8,17

Yankees tame sli
DETROIT (R) - Bobby Mur-
I cer's fourth hit, a two-run dou-
ble with two out in the 11th inn-
ing, gave the New York Yankees
a 5-3 victory over the Detroit
/ Tigers last night.

The Boston Red Sox must be getting too cheap to buy new
baseballs. First baseman George Scott had to run all the way
to the stands to save a ball from the fans, just so it could stay
in play. He got an out for his effort, but more important he
saved the team a couple bucks. -
NL ALL-STARS:
Fans choose dream

Senators slammed
BALTIMORE-Frank Robin-
son smacked four straight hits,
including his 12th home run,
and Pat Dobson won his sixth
game in a row with a four-hit-
ter as the Baltimore Orioles
defeated the Washington Sen-
ators 4-0 last night.
Dobson, 9-4, posted his ninth
complete game and first shut-
out.
Robinson with his four safe-
ties drew to within one hit of
becoming the 46th player in big
league history to record 2,500
career hits.
Reds run over
PITTSBURGH - The Pitts-
burgh Pirates exploded for five
runs in the first inning, two on
Gene Alley's bases-loaded single,
and went on to defeat the Cin-
cinnati Reds 9-3 last night be-
hind the five-hit pitching of
Bob Johnson.
Phillies pummled
ATLANTA-Rookie Earl Wil-
lians slammed two home runs
as the Atlanta Braves defeated
the Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 be-
Wise of Philadelphia are the
other members of the staff.
Carroll, Ellis and Wise are
All-Stars the first time.
Marichal, 10-5 this year after
an off year in 1970, is on the
National League squad for the
ninth time. Seaver, off to a 10-4
start, had made the All-Star
team in each of his five seasons
with the Mets.
Carlton will be making his
third All-Star Game trip, Jen-
kins and Dierker their second.
Marichal and Seaver, who
was last year's National League
starter, have great All-Star rec-
ords. Marichal has appeared in
seven games, winning two and
losing none and compiling an
.056 earned run average in 16
innings.
Seaver has pitched a total of
six innings in the three All-Star
games. He has not allowed a
run, yielded only three hits,
struck out 10 and walked one.
Asked if he anticipated being
the NL starter next Tuesday
against Oakland's sensational
Vida Blue, Pittsburgh's Dock
Ellis replied, "I doubt if they'll
start a brother from the Ameri-
can League and a brother from
the National. Besides," he con-
tinued, "Sparky A n d e r s o n
doesn't like me."

prngnTigers
hind the three-hit pitching of seventh inning last night to
Ron Reed. snap a tie and give the Chicago
* *# *White Sox a 2-1 victory over
Mets messed the Oakland A's.
NEW YORK - Pitcher Carl
Morton drove in two runs with Dodgers dumped
a single and a home run yester- LOS ANGELES - Jim Hick-
man drove in four runs with a
Baseball finally decides to let three-run homer and single and
Satchel Paige in the front door. reliever Phil Regan choked off
New York decides to fix Yankee a ninth-inning Los Angeles rally
Stadium so the Giants can move as the surging Chicago Cubs
out. Tennis suffers a split. See beat the Dodgers 6-5 yesterday
Page 7. in the first game of a twi-night
doubleheader.
day, helping the Montreal Expos
to a 12-7 victory over the stag- "
gering New York Mets. -ti e
Siants groan to start for
SAN FRANCISCO-Cesar Ce-
deno singled and belted a two-
run double in a 10-run, fourth- LA
inning explosion and added a L A l- t r
two-run double in a six-run
sixth, p o w er in g the surging BOSTON /P)e - First baseman
Houston Astros to an 18-4 romp Norm Cash of the Detroit
over the slumping San Francisco Tigers was n a m e d to the
Giants yesterday., American League All-Star team
yesterday, replacing Boog Powell
Tribe splits Sox of the Baltimore Orioles.
CLEVELAND - Chuck Hin- Cash, who leads the league
ton's three-run homer paced the with 19 home runs, was named
Cleveland Indians to a 4-3 vic- as Powell's replacement by Bal-
tory over the Boston Red Sox timore Manager Earl Weaver,
last night, salvaging a double- who is managing the American
header split and ending a six- League team. The announce-
game losing streak. ment came from league head-
The red hot Red Sox took the quarters in Boston.
opener 4-0 behind the two-hit It was announced in Balti-
pitching of Ray Culp and more earlier in the day that
homers by Carl Yastrzemski and Powell had suffered a hairline
Reggie Smith. fracture of the right wrist and
will have to miss the game.
Oakland loses Cash, a 36-year-old veteran
CHICAGO-Pinch runner Lee who has appeared in three pre-
Richard raced all the way home vious All-Star games, was the
from second base on Rich Mc- runnerup to Powell in the voting
Kinney's sacrifice fly in the by the fans for this year's team.
Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East East
W L Pct. GB W L Pet. GB
Baltinore 51 31 .622 - Pittsburgh 54 31 .635 -
Boston 48 34 .585 3 New York 46 36 .561 6%
Detroit 44 38 .537 7 Chicago 43 38 .531 5
New York 3t 46 .452 14 St .Louis 42 42 .500 11;
Cleveland 37 47 .440 15 Philadelphia 35 49 .417 181/
washington 33 49 .402 18 Montreal 33 50 .398 20
West West
Oakland 53 3 .9646 - San Franccco 53 34 .60 5
Kansas City 43 38 .525 10 Los Angele's 48 37 .565 3'.
Minnesota 39 43 .476 14 Houston 43 39 .524 7
California 38 48 .442 17 Atlanta 44 46 .489 10
Chieags 35 45 .438 17 Cincinnati is 50 .425 15'.
Milwattkee 35 45 .438 i7 SanI Diego 38 55 .353 21tV_
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Boston 4, Cleveland 0, 1st Chicago 6, Los Angeles 5, 1st
Cleveland 4, Boston 3, 2nd Chicago at Los Angeles, 2nd, inc.
New York 5, Detroit 3, 11 inn. Montreal 12,aNewYork 7
Baltimore 4, Washington 0 Atlanta 4, Philadelphia 2
California at Minnesota, inc. San Diego 4, St. Louis 1
Milwaukee 8, Kansas City 2 Pittsburgh 9, Cincinnati 3
Today's Ganest Iouston 18, San Franctsco 4
Boston at Cleveland, night Today's Games
Washington at Baltimore, night Houston at San Francisco
New York at Detroit, night Montreal at Philadelphia, night
Oakland at Chicago Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night
Kansas Ctty at Milwaukee, night Chicago at Los Angeles, night
California at Minnesota Only games schedoled

.s

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - The slugging
trio of Hank Aaron of the At-
lanta Braves, Willie 4ays of the
San Francisco Giants and Willie
Stargell of the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates was named yesterday as
the starting outfield for the Na-
tional League in the All-Star
Game next Tuesday.
The awesome threesome, in-
cluding the major league home
run and runs batted in leader in
Stargell, will be aligned opposite
the AL's outfield of Carl Yas-
tremski of Boston, Tony Oliva of
Minnesota and Frank Robinson
of Baltimore for at least three
innings of the game at Detroit.
All the players winning start-
ing positions in the fan voting
announced yesterday must play
at least three innings.
Mays, who will be appearing
in his 22nd All-Star Game, will
be joined as a starter by team-
mate Willie McCovey at first
base. The remainder of the in-
field shows Glenn Beckert of
Chicago at second, Joe Torre of
St. Louis at third and Bud Har-
relson of New York at shortstop.
Johnny Bench of Cincinnati will
be the catcher.
Aaron, who will be in his 20th
All-Star Game, was the No. 1
vote-getter in the entire ballot-
ing, drawing 1.119,306 votes out

of 2,396,895 cast. Mays was sec-
ond in the NL with 1,048,887.
Bench was the only other NL
star to go over a million votes.
SAN FRANCISCO - A Na-
tional League pitching staff in-
cluding just one left-hander,
Steve Carlton of St. Louis, was
named yesterday for next week's
All-Star Game.
Cincinnati R e d s Manager
Sparky Anderson, who selected
the eight-man staff, will have
seven starting pitchers and one
reliever, Clay Carroll of the
Reds, available for the baseball
classic in Detroit's Tiger Sta-
dium Tuesday.
Juan Marichal of San Fran-
cisco, Tom Seaver of New York,
Larry Dierker of Houston, Fer-
guson Jenkins of Chicago, Dock
Ellis of Pittsburgh and Rick
BILLBOARD
All persons interested ih of-
ficiating intramural slow and
fast pitch softball must attend
one of the rules interpretation
clinics to be offered at 3 p.m.
today in Barbour Gym. Inter-
ested persons should complete
the necessary information and
work forms at the IM Office in
the IM Sports Bldg. prior to the
meeting,

You go da car ready for
forlighll Jockoa? Yeah! I had'ctazjack-
2

BElT MIDRASH
college of jewish studies
SUMMER TERM (Julyr-Aug.)
Starting July 6 (after holiday)
Classes in
HEBREW BEGINNERS
M. W. 7:00-8:15
HEBREW INTERMEDIATE
M. W. 8:15-9:30
ISRAEL CULTURE (Dance, etc.)
WED. 8:30-10:00
REGISTRATION FEE: $5.00
Registration takes place 15 minutes
before classes each day
(payable once, fee covers all classes)
(lasses at HILLEL: 1429 Hill St.
INFORMATION: Day-663-4129, Night-971-0309

A-- A..L,-- CC']7 C IC.

...Mmm.

VIIAGON W ERKE 1245 Rosewood in Ann Arbor -66 2 2 5,76

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan