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Saturday, duly 24, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DALY

Poge Twelve

Saturday, July 24, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Twelve

Orioles
By The Associated Press the slu
BALTIMORE - Pinch - hitter Mets 5
Elrod Hendricks' bases - loaded Wilso
single in the ninth inning gave balls h
the Baltimore Orioles a 4-3 vic- singles,
tory over the California Angels and st
last night at Pat Dobson won run off
his 10th consecutive game. when h
Merv Rettenmund opened the Wynn
Orioles' ninth with an infield runs h
single off Rudy May, 5-6. May oped h
then fielded Dave Johnson's season
bunt, but threw high to first for Metzge
an error. Mark Belanger fol- After
lowed with anotherbunt and loaded
beat it out, filling the bases. in the
Eddie Fisher relieved May and the on
was tagged for Hendricks' game- damag'
winning hit to right on a full-
count pitch, which sent Retten-
mund home with the winning Phih
run. PHIL
Dobson, 13-4, scattered nine ey's lee
hits. inning
* * * the Phi
Astros advance the Chi
NEW YORK - Don Wilson
pitched a three - hitter and Jim Roya
Wynn ripped a two-run homer as CLEN
the Houston Astros turned back Cookie
apiece
fling 1Royals
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Intramural frisbee champion- double
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pas4
mp - saddled New York
-1 last night.
'n, 7-7, allowed only four
it to the outfield - two
, a double and one fly-
ruck out seven. The only
the tall right-hander came
he walked four batters.
gave Wilson all the
e needed when he wall-
is sixth home run of the
in the third with Roger
r aboard via a double.
Wilson issued a bases-
walk to Donn Clendenon
fourth he pitched out of
e-out jam without further
;e.
full
GADELPHIA - Don Mon-
adoff homer in the eighth
was the decisive run as
iladelphia Phillies held off
icago Cubs 4-3 last night.
1ls flush
VELAND-Jerry May and
Rojas drove in two runs
to lead the Kansas City
to a 6-4 victory over the
nd Indians last night.
Indians now have dropped
their last 12 games. May's
drove in the first of four
the fifth that erased a 2-0
nd lead and chased south-
am McDowell, 9-10.
Schaal drove in another
th a bases-loaded sacri-
y and, after Amos Otis
andings

sAngels in
walked to fill the bases, Rojas in a run apiece with fourth-inning
singled in two more runs. doubles.
Gail Hopkins' double and *
May's single added a run in the Cards clobber
sixth and Otis, who hit two sin-
gles earlier, tagged his 15th MONTREAL - The St. Louis
homer in the seventh. Cardinals took advantage of
Roy Foster and Graig Nettles three Montreal errors to score
homered for Cleveland and Ed- four runs in the fourth inning and
die Leon and Ken Suarez drove went on to beat the Expos 6-2 last
SPORTS SHORTS
Ilasketball merger nears

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Two sena-
tors, opposed on many other is-
sues, have agreed to introduce a
bill to merge the American and
National Basketball Associations.
Sens. John V. Tunney, D-Ca-
lif., and Roman L. Hruska, R-
Neb., said yesterday the bill
would give basketball the same
limited exemption from antitrust
laws as that granted by Con-
gress to professional football in
1966.
In a letter to other senators,
they said professional basket-
ball is in "grave and imminent
trouble."
"At its root is the disastrous
annual player bidding war for
graduating college talent," the
letter said.
They said that competition
now requires spending that has
no relationship to sound basket-
ball economics and said that
each of at least five teams this
year has paid out more in sala-
ries than its entire gross reve-

Operation Starr
GREEN BAY, - Surgeons
will replace part of a tendon in
Green Bay Packer quarterback
Bart Starr's Aching throwing
arm, the National Football
League team said yesterday.
He is to report to the Mayo
Clinic Tuesday and the surgery
is to beuperformed Wednesday
morning.
Starr, the m o s t accurate
passer in pro football, will be
out about three months, miss-
ing the first four games of the
regular season, said Coach Dan
Devine.
Payoff
DALLAS - Wide receiver
Bob Hayes said yesterday he
paid $200 in extortion money
last October after anonymous
telephone calls threatening to
bomb Dallas Cowboy Coach Tom
Landry's house.

ninth
night in a game delayed 37 min-
utes by a power failure.
The blackout, which affected
all of Quebec Province, occur-
red as Joe Torre was leading off
in the Cardinals' second.
During the delay, umpire Ken
Burkhart got into an argument
with St. Louis pitcher Bob Gib-
son and threw him out of the
game.
Burkhart said Gibson had left
the players' bench and shouted
at the umpires unnecessarily.
Once play resumed, the Expos
grabbed a 1-0 lead in the bot-
tom of the third, but the Cards
came back in the fourth, taking
advantage of two errors by Mon-
treal left fielder Jim Fairey and
another by pitcher Dan McGinn.
Yanksl yl
MILWAUKEE-Two-run sin-
gles by Bobby Murcer, Felipe
Alou and Jerry Kenny sparked
Mel Stottlemyre and the New
York Yankees to a 6-2 victory
over the Milwaukee Braves last
n.ght
LATE SHOW SUNDAY NITE
Orson Welles Summer Film Fest.
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AMERIC AN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 60 36 .625 -
Boston 56 39 .589 4
Detroit 50 46 .521 10
New York 48 51 .485 535,
Cleveland 40 57 .412 21'.
washington 39 55 .415 20
West
Oakland 61 34 .642 -
Kansas City 50 44 .532 10'
California 47 54 .465 17
Minnesota 43 53 .448 18 ?
Chicago 42 53 .442 19
Milwaukee 40 54 .426 201>
Yesterday's Results
Kansas City 6, Cleveland 4
Baltimore 4, California 3
Washington at Chicago. ppd., rain
New York 6, Milwaukee 2
Oakland 9, Detroit 7
Boston 8, Minnesota 6
Today's Games
Kansas City at Cleveland
California at Baltimore, night
Oakland at ietroit
W'ashingto at Chicago
New York at Miiwaukec
Bloston at Minnesota

NATIONALsLEAGUE
East
W L Pct. G(c
Pittsburgh 63 34 .649 -
Chicago 52 45 .536 11
St. Louis 52 46 .531 11
New York 49 46 .516 13
Philadelphia 43 56 .434 21
Montreal 39 59 .398 24'
West
San Francisco 60 39 .606 -
Los Angeles 52 47 .525 8
Houston 49 48 .505 10
Atlanta 51 51 .500 101
Cincinnati 46 54 .460 14
San Diego 34 65 .343 26
Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 4, Chicago 3
Houston 5, New York 1
St. Louis 6, Montreal 2
Pittsburgh at San Diego, inc.
Atlanta at Los Angeles, inc.
Cincinnati at San Francisco, inc
Today's Games
Chicago at Philadelphia, night
Houston at New York
St. Louis atMontreal, 2, twt-night
Pittsbrghat San Diego
Atlanta at LosAugeles, night
Cincinnati at San Francito

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