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Page Eight
Tigers I
By The Associated Press
DETROIT - J i m Northrup
made up for two errors at first
base with a 400-foot double to
centerfield in the seventh in-
ning to score Mickey Stanley
e and snap a tie as the Detroit
Tigers defeated the Washington
Senators 11-7 last night.
Reds rout Mets
NEW YORK-Johnny Bench
drove in three runs with a single
and a double and Lee May snap-
ped a tie with a lead-off homer
in the ninth inning as the Cin-
cinnati Reds defeated the New
York Mets 4-2 last night.
May's 28th homer of the year
opened the ninth inning and
gave the Reds the lead against
loser Jon Matlack, 0-3.
Royals drop
KANSAS CITY - Gene Tenace
drilled a home run in the sev-
enth inning to give the Oakland
A's a 2-1 victory over Kansas
City last night and extend the
Royals' chain of defeats to seven.
Tenace's blow, his fourth,
broke a 1-1 deadlock and in-
creased Oakland's American
League West lead to 13% games
over the second-place Royals.
Bosox rally
BALTIMORE - Reggie Smith
and Carl Yastrzemski walloped
consecutive seventh inning home
Major League
Standings
AMERICANsLEAGUE
Feast
W IL Ptt(GB
Baltimore 65 39 .625 -
Bston 62 45 .580 4',
Deteit 5 49 .538 9
New York 53 56 .487 l5tz
Washington 43 62 .408 .22
Cleveland 43 s65 .397 23
West
Oakland 67 39 .632 -
Kansas City 52 51 .504 13%
California 5 57 .413 161
Chago 50 57 .467 17
Minnesota 4 57 .457 17/%
Milwaukee 45 50 .49 2111
kesterday's Resuls
Boston 7, Baltimore 4'
New York 7, Cleveland 0
Detroit 11, Washington 7
Oakland , Kansas City I
Chicago 7, Minnesota 5
Milwaukee at California, inc.
Today's Games
Milwaukee at Caliornia
Oakland at Kansas City
Minnesota at Chicago
Washington at Detroit
New York at Cleveland
Boston at Baltimoree
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pt. GD
Pittsburgh 61 41 .620 -
St. Louis 59 49 .548 8
Chicago 56 50 .528 10
New York 54 51 .521 1t.,
Philadelphia 47 61 .436 20
Montreal 43 65 .398 24
West
San Francsco 61 43 .609 -
Los Angeles 57 51 .58 9
Atlanta 57 55 .509 11
ouston 55 53 .516 1
Cincinnati 50 61 .449 17'
San Diego 39 71 .352 28
Yesterday's Results
Hoston 2, Chiago 1
Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 0
Cincinnati 4, New York 2
St. Louis 3, San Diego
Los Angeles at San Franciso, inc.
Today's Games
Cincinnati at New York
Atlanta at Philadelphia
San Diego at St. Louis
Chicago at Houston
Los Angeles at san Francisco
Pittsburgh at Montreal
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, August 3, 1971

trample
runs as the Boston Red Sox ral-
lied to defeat Baltimore 7-4 last
night and pull within 41/% games
of the first-place Orioles.
Smith's 23rd homer, a two-run
blast off the right field foul pole,
followed a leadoff single by Doug
Griffin and put the Red Sox
ahead 5-4. Yastrzemski then hit
No. 14 and chased reliever Tom
Dukes, 1-5.
Indians trounced
CLEVELAND - Fritz Peter-
son fired a four-hitter and Gene
Michael capped a four-run fourth
inning with a two-run homer,
carrying the New York Yankees
to a 7-0 triumph over the Cleve-
land Indians last night.
Petersonbnever allowed more
than one baserunner in any in-
ning enroute to his 10th victory
in 17 decisions.
Michael's blast gave the Yan-
kee southpaw a 5-0 cushion and
all the runs he needed.
Houston nudges
HOUSTON - Big Don Wilson
fired a two-hitter for his ninth
victory last night as the Hous-
ton Astros nudged Ferguson Jen-
kins and the Chicago Cubs 2-1.
Wilson allowed a single by
Paul Popovich in the second
and lost his shutout on Jim Hick-
man's one-out homer in the
fourth.
Phillies blank
PHILADELPHIA - Consecu-
tive home runs by Deron John-
son and Roger Freed keyed a
three-run fourth inning that car-
ried the Philadelphia Phillies to
a 4-0 victory last night over the
Atlanta Braves.
With one out in the fourth,
Johnson slammed his 26th home
run of the season' and Fred fol-
lowed with his fourth.
Warriors set
for move to
Oakland
From Wire Service Reports
The San Francisco Warriors
announced yesterday that they
are changing their home and
their name next season.
Instead of being called the
San Francisco Warriors they
will be called the Golden State
Warriors and will play their
home games in Oakland rather
than San Francisco.
The Warriors will hold their
home games in the Oakland
Coliseum which seats about
14,000 for basketball. They will
share it with the NHL Caifor-
nia's Golden Seals.
There had been speculation
during last season that the San
Francisco team might move to
San Diego or split their home
season between the San Fran-
cisco and San Diego sites.

Senators, 11-7
PAN AM GAMES
U.S. gains medal lead

CALI, Columbia (A) - Roxanne
Pierce, a pert and pretty teen-
ager from Kensington, Md., led
a U.S. 1-2-3 sweep in women's
overall gymnastics yesterday.
The three individual medals,
plus a gold for the team prize,
pushed the United States past
Cuba in their intense medal ri-
valry. They had started the third
day of competition with a total
of 21 each.
Rick Wanamaker, a 6-foot-8
Jets cut Beuts
Former Wolverine grid standout
Jim Betts was cut by the New
York Jets yesterday. Betts was
the Jets No. 10 draft pick in the
winter draft meeting.
string-bean from Des Moines,
Iowa, forged into first place after
seven events of the Pan Ameri-
can Games' demanding decath-
lon but it was a bleak day for the
Yankee oarsmen in Lake Calima.
Argentine's "Golden Crew," a
patchwork of the nation's gold
medal winners in smaller boats,
upset the favored University of
Washington shell in the featured
eight - oar race and handed the
United States its first rowing
shutout in the Games.
The U.S. setback was nearly as
humiliating as its 73-69 loss to

Cuba in men's basketball Sun-
day.
Wanamaker, 23-year- old for-
mer basketball star at Drake
University, showed surprising
strength in the high jump, hur-
dles and discus to forge ahead
of Cuba's .Jesus Mirabal in the
decathlon.
With three events - the pole
vault, javelin and 1500 meters-
remaining, Wanamaker had a
total of 5,627 points, compared
with 5,565 for the slim Cuban in
second place and 5,450 for Rusty
Bodge of Los Angeles.
In baseball, Paul Patterson,
a 6-foot-6 right - hander from
Canton, N.Y. and Ithaca College,
shut out the Canadians for eight
innings on one hit, but finally
yielded three hits and a single
run in-the ninth. Alon Torregano
of Southwest Louisiana State
contributed a double and two sin-
gles to the U.S. attack.
In track competition U.S. com-
petitors won their heats in the
200 meter trials-Marshall Dill,
18-year-old Detroit schoolboy, in
20.9 and Willie Deckard of Los
Angeles in 20.8.
Al Feurbach, a 6-1 250-pound
muscle man from Los Angeles,
led a 1-2 U.S. placing in the
shot put by heaving the 16-
pound iron ball 64 feet, 10
inches, while Karl Salb of Law-
rence, Kan., got second place.

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