THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, July 31, 1971
Indians ruin Blue's tr
- . -...By The Associated Press ton or Ray Fosse, who scored
CLEVELAND - Two-rn sin- on the play.
Indi tans fire gles by Jack Heidemann and Ted
Uhlaender spoiled Vida Blue's Cubs clubbed
m anager D ark quest for his 20th victory last NEW YORK - Gary Gentry
night and made Johnny Lipon's fired a four - hitter and Dave
CLEVELAND (') - Manager debut as Cleveland manager a Marshall, a last - minute starter,
Alvin Dark was fired by the success as the Indians stopped collected three hits and knocked
Cleveland Indians yesterday and tin a run as the New York Mets
replaced by coach John Lipon, Cleveland rocked Blue, 19-4, stopped the Chicago Cubs 4-0
the Indians announced. for seven hits and four runs in his last night.
Dark, in the third year of a six innings on the mound, while Marshall ripped a single in
five-year contract, was dismiss- Alan Foster, 6-10, with relief the second inning, a run-scoring
ed by Indians Chairman Vernon help, gained his first victory double in the fifth and another
Stouffer. since June 9. single in the seventh to help
Stouffer said at a hastily Heidemann drove in the first kayo Chicago starter Bill Hands,
called news conference that he two Cleveland runs with a line 9-12.
hoped the change would improve single up the middle in the see-
the standing of the club, which and that Dick Green knocked Orioles luck out
down but couldn't recover in BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
The Baltimore Colts, defend- time to catch either Chuck Hin- Orioles edged the Kansas City
ing NFL champions, defeated
a stubborn College All - Star SPORT SHORTS:
Learn, 24-17 last night at Sol -___________
diers' Field in Chicago. Palmer, Nicklaus team leads
is now in last place in the
American League East Division, By The Associated Press troit Tigers for an undisclosed
and also improve attendance, LIGONIER, Pa-Arnold Pal- amount of cash.
which is 60,000 below last year, mer and Jack Nicklaus com- Perranoski, 34, had a 1-4 re-
Dark, who came to Cleveland bined their massive talents for ord with five saves and a 6.86
in 1968, was offered a job as a a stunning nine-under-par 62 earned run average this season.
scout in the Indians organiza- -including an eagle - two by In his 3 years with the Twins,
tion but chose not to accept, Palmer-for a first-round lead Perranoski had a 25-29 won-lost
Indians President Gabe Paul in the rain-delayed $200,000 record and 75 saves. His 34 saves
said. PGA National Team Champion- in 1970 set a major league
Stouffer said Dark will be paid ship yesterday. record.
for the remainder of his con- T he defending champions
tract, which runs through 1973. ran e-tourney favorites heldr Wood to itCN two
His salary was estimated at a one-stroke lead over former odtn)i~ w
H60,s00sayar s m U.S. Open champion Orville CHICAGO - Wilbur Wood,
$60,000 a year. Moody and Australian Bruce whose transistion from the Chi-
Paul said Lipon was hired for Crampton in at 63. cago White Sox bullpen to start-
the remainder of the season and c ' er has resulted in a 12-7 record,
that his retention would be T r e vmay start both games of Sun-
based on the performance of s ehev er day's doubleheader with the
the club. MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL-- Boston Red Sox.
The Minnesota Twins sold vet- Sox Manager Church Tanner
Lipon has been a coach with eran left-handed reliever Ron said yesterday he is thinking
the Indians since 1968. Perranoski yesterday to the De- about the idea, adding that "all
s: - c;< conditions have to be perfect
and Wood will have to want to
Major League Standings ty it."
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE Pts face greriea ce
East East AMHERST, Mass.-The New
W I. Pe.,(GB w L Pt GB EnlnParosaiyetdy
Baltimore 6C 38 .620 - Pittsburgh 67 37 644 - England Patriots said yesterday
Boston 58 45 .563 6C, St. Louis 58 48 .549 10 they have been advised by the
Detroit 54 48 .529 10 Chicago 55 48 .534 11'6 National Football League Rela-
New York 51 54 .486 14. New York 53 49 .520 13 tions Committee that it has filed
Washington 42 59 .416 21t, Philadelphia 45 61 .424 23 a grievance with the NFL Play-
Cleveland 3 61 .413 22 Montreal 42 63 .400 25. revancith the JPa
Oakand Wet wster' Association against Joe
Oakland 63 39 .618 - San Francisco 63 43 .594 - Kapp "for violation of the col-
Kansas City 52 49 .515 10% Los Angeles 54 51 .514 8/ lective bargaining agreement
California 51 55 .481 14 Atlanta 56 54 .509 9 through refusal to sign the
Chieago 49 54 .46 141. Houston 52 5 .10 10r sadr iyl' otat"
Mnnesota 46 55 .455 16'?.. Cincinnati 49 58 .458 14/ andard playet a conttact
Milwaukee 43 59 .420 20 San Diego 39 69 S 25 -- - --- - --- - -- "
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ashington Milwaukee 0 St. Lotis 4, Philadelphia 3, 1st
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Robinson's first inning homer, header yesterday.
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12-6, was his 18th of the season
and 493rd of his major league Boston bombed
career-tying the late Lou Gehrig CHICAGO - Joe Horlei
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