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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, July 22, 1971

fdR dSPORTS SHORTS
Reds defeat DodgersS
Angel case to arbitrator

Cubs Ih
By The Associa ed Press
CINCINNATI - Gary Nolan
scattered seven bIts and batted
in two runs in Cincinnati's five-
run third inning to lead the
Reds to a 6-2 victory over the
yos Angeles Dodg rs last night.
Nolan struck out six and
walked only one en route to his
eighth victory in 18 decisions.
Johnny Bench singled home
the Reds' first run in the open-
ing inning and then the Reds
chased Dodger starter Doyle
Alexander, 1-3, with their five-
run barrage in the third.
Cubs clobber
CHICAGO-Four home runs,
including the 511th career blast
by Ernie Banks paced the Chi-
cago Cubs to an 11-7 victory over
the New York Mets yesterday.
Banks' solo homer as a pinch-
hitter leading off the sixth in-
ning was his second of the sea-
son and lifted him into an
eighth place tie with the late
Mel Ott on the all-time list.
Giants grin
PITTSBURGH - Willie Mc-
Covey walloped a grand slam
homer with two out in the ninth
inning, capping a six-run San
Francisco rally and giving the
Giants an 8-4 victory over the
Pittsburgh Pirates last night.
Pirate starter Bob Johnson
was pitching a five-hitter and
nursing a 4-2 lead until Dick
Dietz opened the Giants' win-
ning uprising with a double
down the left field line. Dietz
moved to third on Ken Hender-
son's single to right and scored
Frisbee pros
protest ban
Protest is mounting over yes-
terday's decision to ban profes-
sionals from the first Intramural
Frisbee Championship to be held
at 1 p.m. Sunday behind the
I.M. Building.
Led by Fritz B. Thrower, a
member of the Flying Frisbees
of Fargo, the professionals have
registered an official complaint.
However tournament officials
announced yesterday that they
expect to make their ban stick.
The individual competition,
consisting of t h r e e accuracy
throws, one distance throw and
three contorted catches, will be
limited to men and women with
official a m a t e u r status. The
teams competing in the "Guts
Frisbee" competition will like-
wise be limited.
Contestants may prove their
amateur status by registering at
the I.M. office by 4 p.m. Satur-
day.
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ammer Mets
on another single to right by at this point. However, Braun
Alan Gallagher, off reliever followed with his single to right.
Dave Giusti. * * *
S*Red Sox romp
Braves win BOSTON - S o n n y Siebert
ATLANTA - Darrell Evans' checked Chicago on six hits as
sixth home run of the season, a he notched his f i f t h straight
one-out blast in the 11th inning, victory and 14th of the season
after two earlier homers by leading the Boston Red Sox over
Hank Aaron, his 27th and 28th, the White Sox 6-1 last night.
powered the Atlanta Braves to
an 8-7 victory over San Diego
in the first game of a twi-night Senators smile
doubleheader yesterday. WASHINGTON - Dartmouth
** * bonus boy Pete Broberg hurled
Twins twinkle a five hitter as the Washington
Senators clipped the Milwaukee
NEW YORK--Steve Braun's Brewers 6-1 last night.
single drove home pinch-runner The 21 - year - old rookie fast-
Rich Reese in the ninth inning bailer struck out six in raising
yesterday, giving the Minnesota his record to 2-3 after the Sena-
Twins a 2-1 victory over the tors had failed to score a run
New York Yankees behind Jim for him in his last two starts.
Kaat's three-hitter.
With the score tied 1-1 and
one out in the top of the ninth, Expos victorious
Harmon Killebrew doubled to HOUSTON - The Montreal
left and Reese ran for him. Leo Expos scored two unearned runs
Cardenas singled to right and in the ninth inning on Joe Mar-
Reese was forced to stop at gan's infield error with the bases
third. Lindy McDaniel replaced loaded and whipped the Houston
Steve Kline, the Yankee starter, Astros 5-3 last night.
Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East East
W L Pe. GB W L Pc. GB
Baltimore 58 3 .611 - Pittsburgh 63 33 .656 G
Boston 55 38 .591 l2t Chicago 52 43 .547 10/
Detroit so 44 .532 8 St. Louis 50 46 .521 13
New York 46 51 .474 13% New York 48 45 .516 13
Cleveland 40 5 .41 i18% Philadelphia 42 55 .433 21/
Washngon 39 54 419 1i/"; Montreal 39 5 .406 24
West West
Oakland 59 34 .634 - San Francisco 59 39 .602 -
Kansas City 49 43 .53 9, Los Angeles 51 4 .5 0 18
Caifona 46 53 .465 16 Alantai 50 51 .495 11/
Minnesota 43 51 .457 16 Houston 47 48 .495 10
Chicago 41 53 .436 18: Cninnati 46 53 .465 13.
Milwaukee 39 53 .424 194., San Diego 34 64 .347 25
Yesterday's Resles
Yesterday's Results Montreal 5, Houston 3
Kansas Ctiy, Baltimore 2 Chiago 11, Nw York 7
Det ot 6, Califonia 3, 1 inn. St. Louis 6, Piladelphia 1.
Detroit at California, 2nd, Inc. Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 2
Boston 6, Chicago 1 Atlanta 8, San Diego 7, 1st, 11 inn.
Minnesota 2, New York 1 Atlanta 1, San Diego 0, 2nd
Washington 6, Milwauke 1 San Francisco 8, Pittsburgh 4
Cleveland at Oakland, in. Today's Games
Today's Games New York at Chiago
Minnesota at New York San Diego at Atlanta, night
Chicago at Boston Los Angeles at Cincinnati, night
Milwaukee at Washington, night San Francisco at Pittsburgh
Baltimore at Kansas City, night Montreal at Houston, night
Only games scheduled Philadelphia at St. Louis, night
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By The Assolated Press
NEW YORK - The case of
suspended California outfielder
Alex Johnson likely will have to
be resolved in arbitration, the
executive director' of the Major
League Baseball Players Associa-
tion said yesterday after a meet-
ing with the owners' Players
Relations Committee.
"We reviewed the case and
explored avenues of resolving
it," said Marvin Miller after the
meeting with the owners' rep-
resentatives, "but there was no
progress really made.
"In accordance with proce-
dure, they will provide us with
a written response, which likely
will be negative. The next step
would be an appeal to a profes-
sional arbitrator."
Starr sore
GREEN BAY - Green Bay
Packer quarterback Bart Starr,
who has been trying to bring
his sore arm muscles into shape,
left training camp yesterday
and went to the Mayo Clinic in
Rochester, Minn.
Eagles sued
PHILADELPHIA - Another
suit has been added to the long
list of legal actions against the
Philadelphia Eagles of the Na-
tional Football League and their
owner, Leonard Tose.
The latest suit, filed yester-
day, is a $1 million action by
former Eagles' lineman Don
Chuy.
Chuy has charged the Eagles
with breach of contract for re-
ffisng to compensate him for
the 1970 and 1971 seasons.
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upon coming to the Eagles in
the spring of 1969, missed both
seasons because of a disability
which ended his playing career.
In the suit, Chuy's attorney,
Charles F. Quinn, contended the
disability stemmed from a left
shoulder i n j u r y he suffered
against the New York Giants
on Nov. 2. 1969.
The Eagles, however, disclaim
any obligation to Chuy. Eagles
Gn'ral Manager Pete Retzlaff
maintained Chuy's career was
shortened by a blood condition
totally unrelated to football.
F'sher wins
DENVER -Bobby Fisher has
won his chess match with Bent
Larsen of Denmark by a 6-0
score. Fisher's record is now
12-0 in the Candidates series.
He has one more preliminary
match to get through before he
.meets the world chess champion,
Borris Spassky of the U.S.S.R.
Gilmore robbed
JACKSONVILLE - Artis Gil-
more, the All-American basket-
ball player from Jacksonville
University, experienced a woe of
a businessman Tuesday.
Thieves broke into the night
club Gilmore recently opened
under the name "Big Artis' Little
Place" and stole $225.
The 7-foot-2 Gilmore received
a reported $1.8 million contract
to play for the Kentucky Colo-
nels of the American Basket-
ball Association starting the
coming season.
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