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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAiILY

Saturday, July 14, 1971

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Tigers
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Ed Brink- Cr
man's squeeze bunt scored the st
winning run in the 11th in- ro
ning, snapping a scofeless tie le
and boosting the Detroit Tigers
to a 1-0 triumph over the lit
Washington Senators last night. FT
Brinkman's squeeze bunt 1
brought in Jim Northrup from w
third base with the only run of
the game. Northrup had opened B
with a single, moved to second
on a wild pitch and to third on m
a long fly. ru
at
Players select a
la
own All-Stars l
IN
ST. LOUIS (P) - Major league
players would have left Willie tl
Mays and Frank Robinson off ar
All-Star teams which will meet ht
next Tuesday in Detroit, the in
Sporting News reported Friday. Y
The weekly publication, after ov
polling 466 players, listed line-
ups in the American League and of
National League at variance with o
those selected by baseball fans at dr
six positions. sr
In addition to Robinson in the hi
AL, players selected by fans Y
who would have been left off the oi
All-Star team in player voting
were Boog Powell of Baltimore, R
first base; Rod Carew of Minne-
sota, second base, and Lute
Aparicio of Boston, shortstop.uin
Selected at their positions by h
the players, the Sportings News T
said, were Norm Cash of De- RH
trait, first base; Cookie Rojas of 'i
Kansas City, second base; Leo 6
Cardenas of Minnesota, shorts- M
top, and Bobby Murcer of the
New York Yankees in the out-
field. E
Mays, who has played in 21
All-Star games, and teammate S
Willie McCovey were left off the n:
NL team in player polls. p1
Willie Davis of Los Angeles as
was accorded Mays' outfield po- pc
sition, and Lee May of Cincinnati P
outpolled McCovey at first base.

sque
The winning rally came off
asey Cox, 3-5, who relieved
arter Pete Broberg after the
okie had pitched nine score-
ss innings.
Starter Joe Coleman, 8-6, re
eved in the 11th inning by
red Scherman after pitching
0 scoreless ininings, was the
inner for Detroit.
3altimore passes
BALTIMORE - The Balti-
ore Orioles scored all their
ins with the aid of passed balls
nd walks as Jim Palmer
otched his 11th victory with
4-1 decision over the Cleve-
nd Indians last night.
Yew York wins
NEW YORK - Mel Stot-
emyre tossed a four - hitter
nd slammed a tie-breaking
some run in the seventh inn-
ig last night, giving the New
ork Yankees a 5-2 victory
ver the Boston Red Sox.
Stottlemyre, 9-7, connected
ff Gary Peters, 8-6, with two
ut in the seventh, a towering
rive into the left field seats to
nap a 2-2 tie. It was the first
ome run of the season by a
ankee pitcher and the seventh
f Stottlemyre's career.
reds halt streak
CINCINNATI -- Woody
rodward ripped two run-scor-
ce hits and George Foster
omered for another run off
am Seaver as the Cincinnati
eds broke a seven-game los-
ng streak last night with a
-4 victory over the New York
Nets.
xpos triumph
PHILADELPHIA-
teve Renko gave up a first-in-
ing single, then held Philadel-
hia hitless the rest of the way
s he pitched the Montreal Ex-
os to a 3-0 victory over the
hillies last night.
The young right-hander, 8-9,

eze past Senators.
yielded only a two-out single to
Willie Montanez in the first af-
ter a walk, but got Deron John-
son on a grounder.
Pirates routK
P I T T S B U R G H -
Willie Stargell and Richie.
Hebner crashed home runs and
Manny Sanguillen belted a
base-loaded triple last night as
the Pittsburgh Pirates routed
Atlanta 11-2 and also pulled off
a triple play,
The Pirates hammered 16
hits in extending their latest
winning streak to five games
and added the crusher in the
seventh inning when Sonny
Jackson and Hal King opened
with singles for the Braves.
Royals romp
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL
- Pint - sized Fred Patek,
hitting for the cycle, and Paul ,
Schaal r a p p e d consecutive
home runs in the ninth inning,
cutting a tie and sending the
Kansas City Royals to a 6-3
victory over the Minnesota
Twins last night.
White Sox bubble
CHICAGO - Joel Horlen Associated Press
tamed Milwaukee on seven hits, BRITAIN'S TONY JACKLIN attempts to blast his ball out of a
leading the Chicago White Sox bunker at the seventh fairway in the third round of the British
to a 4-1 triumph over the Open yesterday, Jacklin shot a 70, which left him one shot back 1
Brewers last night. of American ace Lee Trevino.
BRITISH OPEN:
Trevino takes third round lead

-

Major League Standings f

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
w L Pet. GBS
Baltimore 53 31 .6t -
Boston 49 35 .503 4
Detroit 40 38 .548 7
New York 39 47 .453 15
Cleveland 37 49 .430 17
washington 33t51 .393 2o
Oakland 54 29 .651 -
Kansas City 43 39 .524 104
Minnesota 39 46 .459 16
California 40 48 .455 16%
Chicago 36 46 .439 17?.
Milwaukee 36 46 .439 171f
Yesterday's Results
New York 5, Boston 2
Baltimore 4, Cleveland 1
Detroit 1, Washington 0, 11 inn.
California at Oakland, inc.
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 3
Chicago 4, Milwaukee 1
Today's Games
Oetroit at Washington, night
California at Oakland
Kansas City at Minnesota
Milwaukee at Chicago
Cleveland at Baltimore; twi-night
Boston at New York

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh 56 31 .644 -
New York 46 33 .554 8
Chicago 45 39 .536 9/
St. Louis 44 42 .512 11y,
Philadelphia 36 50 .419 19
Montreal 34st51 .400 21
West
San Francisco 53 34 .609 -
Los Angeles 48 39 .552 5
Houston 43 42 .506 9
Atlanta 44 47 .484 11
Cincinnati 38 51 .427 16
San Diego 31 55 .360 21!/
Yesterday's Results
San Diego 1, Chicago 0, 1st
Montreal 3, Philadelphia 0
Cincinnati 6, New York 4
Pittsburgh 11, Atlanta 2
St. Louis 5, Houston 2, 1st
St. Louis 9, Houston 5, 2nd
Today's Games
Montreal at Philadelphia, twi-night
Atlanta at Pittsburgh
Houston at St. Louis, night
New York at Cincinnati, night
San Francisco at Los Angeles, night
Chicago at San Diego

SOUTHPORT, England (A) -
Fast - finishing Lee Trevino
birdied three of the last four
holes and moved into a one-stroke
lead yesterday in the third round
of the 100th British Open Golf
Championship.
The fantastic Trevino, winer
of the American and Canadian
Open titles in the lst three
weeks, cut four strokes off par
with a 69 for 208, 11 unler ptr
on the Royal Birkdale links, a
7,080 yard, par 73 layout.
The 31-year-old Mexican Actet-
ican, who had to :ally from
a string of three tionsecutive
bogeys on this cool and overcast
day, got a two-putt birdie on the
final hole to move mast Sng-
land's Tony Jacklin and the sur-
prise of the tournament, Liauig
Huan Lu of Taiwan.
Jacklin, winner of this tourna-
ment two years ago, was tied
with Trevino for the top spot
going into third round pl.y b5 t
couldn't keep pace, taking a 70
for 209.
Lu, a chipper, cheerful man
from Taiwan, had a 69 to share
the No. 2 spot with Jacklin.
It was three more strokes
back to South African Gary Play-
er and English longshot Craig
Defoy, tied at 212. Player, the lit-
tle rancher from Johannesburg
who is a two-time winner of this
title, had a 71 and Defoy barged
into contention with a 68.

Argentine Roberto de Vicenzo,
a 48-year-old grandfather, was
tied at 213 with a couple of
youngsters, 6-foot-5 Peter Oos-
terhuis of England and Dale
Hayes of South Africa.
Oosterhuis, a 23-year-old with
ideas of joining the American
pro tour, smashed the course
record with _a stunning, seven-
under-par 66 and Hayes came out
of the pack with a 70. De Vicen-
zo carded a 72.
Defending champion J a c k
Nicklaus spent a frustrating day
on the sandy, seaside links, fi-
nally managing a two-putt bird-
ie four on the final hole for a 72
and 214, leaving the Golden Bear
in ninth place and six strokes

back going into today's final 18
holes in the chase for this grand-
daddy of all the world's golf
titles.
He and Trevino were the only
Americans in the top 10 after 54
holes, but Masters Champion
Charles Coody was within range
after holing out a 65 yard sand
wedge shot for an eagle 3 on the
18th. That gave him a 70 for 215.
The Royal and Ancient Golf
Club, once regarded as the stuf-
fy old granddad of the sport,
took on a swinging new image
yesterday. The Club, founded in
1754, gave its formal stamp of
approval to girls in hot pants
and men with bare chests.

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