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 17, 1971 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1971-07-17

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

Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, July 17, 1971

..pag. ih.H.MCIA ALYStraJuy ,17

Astro triple

play
By The Associated Press
HOUSTON - Roger Metzger
led a 14-hit assault with three
hits and scored three runs and
the Houston turned in the first
triple play in the team's his-
tory as the Astros hammered
the New York Mets 9-4 last
night.
Jack Billingham, with ninth-
inning relief help from Fred
Gladding, boosted his record to
5-8. Noland Ryan, 8-7, the first
of four New York pitchers, gave
up three first-inning runs and
took the loss,
Red Sax slug
BOSTON - Rico Petrocelli,
Joe Lahoud and Reggie Smith
ripped two-run homers last
night, leading the Boston Red
Sox to a 9-4 victory over Min-
nesota.
- vinP ' b" " t 1 2 "'d' x xra

beats Mets

4

--Associated Press zonny bieoerL , -4 a
SOMEBODY DOESN'T trust San Francisco pitcher Gaylord cruising along with a four-hit-
ter before the Twis erupted liss
Perry. Before allowing him to start yesterday's game against the ninth inning for all their
Cincinnati all four impires went out and inspected Perry's uni- runs, including a two-run shot
form. The Reds think that Perry throws a spitball but the verdict by Leo Cardenas and a solo
was innocent last night. homer by Jim Nettles.
LEAVES PATRIOTS:
Kapp quits in contract dispute

Braves scalp
ATLANTA - Ralph Garr's
third hit of the game, a run-
scoring single in the fifth inn-
ing, snapped a 1-1 deadlock
and knuckleballer Phil Niekro
recorded his 10th victory of the
year last night as the Atlanta
Braves trimmed Los Angeles
3-1.
Niekro started the two-run
rally off Don Sutton, 9-8, when
he beat out an infield single,
advanced to second on a throw-
ing error and scored the tie-
breaking run when Garr laced
his single to right.
Gants edge
CINCINNATI -_ Jerry John-
son came out of the San Fran-
cisco bullpen last night to put
down a ninth-inning uprising
as the Giants edged Cincinnati
4-3, snapping the Reds' five-
game winning streak.
Yanks bubble
NEW YORK-Home runs by
Ron Blomberg and Bobby Mur-
er and a strong relief job by
Lindy McDaniel paced the New
York Yankees to a 7-4 victory
over the Milwaukee Brewers
last niglst.
The Yankees who blew a 3-0
lead built on Blomberg's first-
inning three-run homer, called
on McDaniel with the basses
loaded and none out in the
sixth to protect a 6-3 edge and
he did so at the cost of one run
on a sacrifice fly to Rob Ellis.
Pirates triumph
PITTSBURGH - Bob Rob-
ertson snapped a tie with his
17th home run in the eighth
inning, carrying the torrid Pitts-
burgh Pirates to a 2-1 tri-

umph over the San Diego Pa-
dres last night.
Wlite Sax win
WASHINGTON -- Bill Mel-
ton hit a towering home run
and Tommy John pitched a
five hitter last night as the
Chicago White Sox defeated
Washington 2-0.
Cards crunch
ST LOUIS - Rcggie Cleve-
land pitched a five-hitter and
St. Louis converted two Mon-
treal errors into four runs as
the Cardinals whipped the Ex-
jos 6-0 last night.
lBalhiet slips
in Pub liux
PHOENIX (WPi - Two of the
three leaders faltered early in
the third round yesterday of
the U.S. Public Links Golf
Championship.
Gary Balliet, 21-year-old Uni-
versity of Michigan golfer whot
led after the second round with
even-par 144, hooked his drive
off the first tee yesterday into
thte center of a msesquite bush.
He scored a seven on the hole,
and made the turn at 41, five
over par.
Archie Dadian, a former tour
pro from South Milwaukee who
trailed Balliet by one stroke go-
ing into yesterday's r o u n d,
scored a 40 on the first nine in
the third round.
Fred Haney, 22, Portland,
Ore., who was tied with Dadian
at the start of the day, scored a
37 on the front nine.
R o b e r t Blemberg, Alameda,
Calif., who was four strokes off
the pace after Thursday, carded
a 34 on the front nine of the
6,956-yard Papago Golf Course,

!

4

AMHERST. Mass. c't'-Quar- yesterday that Kapp merely h:d
terback Joe Kapp packed his signed "a pro-tempore agree-
bags and quit the New England ment" to enable him to play for
Patriots yesterday, refusing to the Patriots.
sign a National Football League A club spokesman said Kapp
standard players' contract. had refused to sign the stan-
In a brief statement, the club dard players' contract on the
said: advice of his attorney, John El-
"The Patriots have been noti- liott Cook of San Francisco.
fied by the commissioner's of- Kapp held a brief impromptu
fice that Joe Kapp cannot work news conference when he ar-
out with the club until he signs rived at his home and found
a standard players' contract." photographers waiting. "I have
Kapp was signed as a free absolutely no comment on ques-
agent by the Patriots last Octo- tions which I am sure you want
ber after he played out his con- to ask," Kapp told newsmen.
tract with the Minnesota Vik- "However, I do want to say I
ings in 1969. He reportedly want to play football."
signed a three-year contract for Kapp said he was "following
$500,000. my attorney's advice." He re-
However, the Patriots disclosed fused further comment.
4M Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONALLEAGUE
E~ast IEast
WV L. Pet. 0G11 W L Pet, tB
Baltimore 56 :32 .636 - Pittsburgh 59 31 .656 -
Boston 51 37 .580 5 Chicago 49 41 .544 10,
Detroit 47 40 .540 8'1 New York 47 41 .534 11
New York 42 48 .467 15 t. Louis 48 43 .527 11t
Clevtand 39 5' .429 18'.." Philadeltia 39 52 .429 2t',
Washinttn 3 :3s .398.to2ti Mntral :35 St6.385 245
West west
Oakland 55 31 .648 - San Francisco 56 36 .609 -
Kansas City 44 42 .512 12 Los Angeles 50 42 .543 6
Minneota 41 48 .461 16'1 Houston 44 45 .494 101',
Califonia 42 St .452 17's Atlanta 43 49 .47 9 1
Chicago 39 48 .448 17 1 Cincinnati 42 52 .447 15
Milwaukee 38 49 .437 180. San Diego 33 59 .359 23
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Baltimore at California, inc. St. Louis 6, Montreal 0
Cleveland 8, Kansas City 4 Houston9New York 4
Detroit at Oakland, inc. Chicago 11, Philadelphia 2
Chicago 2, Washington 0 Atlanta 3, Los Angeles 1
Boston 9, Minnesota 4 Pittsburgh 2, San Diego 1
New York 7, Milwaukee 4 San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 3
Today's Games Today's Games
Chicago at New York, 2 Philadelphia at Chicago
Milwaukee at Boston, 2, day-night San Diego at Pittsburgh
Cleveland at Kansas City San Francisco at Cincinnati, night.
Detroit at Oakland Los Angeles at Atlanta
Minnesota at Washington, night. Nw York at Houston, night
Baltimore at California, night Montreal at St. Louis, night.
Daily Classifieds Get Results
4 OLYY176Y * ODYEY* c0
SATURDAY, JULY 17
featuring
o MyFriends
0 no increase in price
50c cover
9:30-1:30 A.M.
208 W. Huron
0
*OY T *O Yi5 rY* aIOWfk SQY

"It's not a question of money,"
a club spokesman said. "He's
very satisfied."
The spokesman said he did
not know the reasons for Kapp's
refusal to sign.
"This is unbelievable," mOen-
eral Manager Upton Bell said.
"It is a monumental disap-
pointment," said Patriots Pres-
ident Billy Sullivan.
The Patriots emphasized that
Kapp still is their property. Sul-
livan said he had been advised
of the situation regarding Kapp
at the NFL meetings in New
York in May.
Kapp left less than 24 hsours
after the Patriots announced
signing of their No. 1 draft
choice, Jim Plunkett, Stanford's
star quarterback and Hiesman
Trophy winner.
Grandmasters
agree to draw
MOSCOW P) - Soviet
grandmasters Viktor Korchnoi
and Tigran Petrosyan agreed to
a draw yesterday in their sixth
semifinal match in the World
Chess Challenger's Tourna-
ment.
The game was adjourned
Thursday night after the 41st
move. The two opponents
agreed to the draw yesterday
without resuming play.
It was the sixth straight draw
in the battle between the two
Soviet players.
Boots,
Frye, Acme,
I# P Im
PAN\

HI-Fl STUDIO
ANNUAL SUMMER SALE
Offering REAL price reductions that
wi I I not be repeated i n 1971 -START-
ING NOW
Some of our lines
* Jensen 0 Acoustic Research
! Garrard Kenwood
* KLH ' .DUAL
* Scott 0 Sherwood
.0 Sony
Tel. 668-7942
Unbelievable Sacrifices--Up to 40 % off
Backed up by our Factory Authorized Service
121 W. WASH INGTON-Downtown-1 blk. W. of Main

rV

SATYRN
Leather Clothing, Bell Bottoms
Texas Boot, Male, Landlubber, Levi,
pressions, Bucheimer, Corral
on many items
starting July 19th
20-50% off
4TS-2 for $5; $3 apiece

4""

3

215 S. STATE
(2nd floor)

_ _ _SiI

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan