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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, August 6, 1971

Bosox bomb Bengals in late rally

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON - George Scott and
,h luff^-uff iryuruv e inst-

Bot) Montgomery drove in two
runs apiece as Boston rallied
for five runs in the eighth inn-
ing last night and defeated De-
troit 5-4.
Rookie Doug Griffin started
the inning with his second home
run of the year, slicing Detroit's
lead in half. Then Luis Aparicio
singled and Reggie Smith walk-
ed. That finished starter Les
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M jor League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GBl
Baltimore 6640 .623 --
Boston 63 46 .578 4'.,
Detroit 58 51 .532 9'..
New York 56 56 .500 13
Washington 44 64 .407 23
Cleveland 44 67 .396 241i>
'West.
Oakland 69 39 .639 --
Kanssas City 55 62 .514 13'._
California 53 59 .473 18
Chicago 51 58 .468 181.
Minnesota 49 60 .450 201
Mtilwaukee 46 6324A6 23
Results
New York 5, Baltimore 0
Cleveland 7, Washington 1
Boattan 5, Dtetroit 4
Chicagoat California, inc.
Kansas City 7, Minnesota 4
Milwaukee at Oakland, inc.
TODAY'S GAMES
Milwankee at Kansas City
Detroit at Boston
Cleveland at Washington
Baltimare at New York
Chicago at Oakland
Minnesota at California
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 69 42 .622 ---
St. Louis 61 50 .50 I
Chicago 60 50 .545 8y
New York 55 53 .509 127'
Philadelphia 48 62 .436 20!/
Montreal 44 67 .396 25
West
San Francisco 67 47 .588 ---
Los Angeles 60 52 .536 6
Atlanta 58 56 .509 9
Houston 56 55 .505 9,
Cincinnati 52 62 .456 15
San Diego 40 74 .351 27
Rtesults
New York at Atlanta, inc.
Pittsburegh 7, Mtntreeal2
Los Angeles 3, Houlston 0
Chicago 3, San D~iegoa
St. Lonu 3, San "raneisco 2
Other clubs not scheduled
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Nest York at Atlatnta
Mont-real at Cincinnati
San Diego at Houston
San Francisco at SI. Louis
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Cain and Fred Scherman reliev-
ed for Detroit.
The runners advanced on a
wild pitch and after Carl Yas-
tremski struck out, Rico Petro-
celli walked, loading the bases.
Then Scott singled for two
runs. After Billy Conigliaro
bounced out, Montgomery doub-
led for two more against Dean
Chance.
Dodges drub Astros
HOUSTON - Bill Singer fir-
ed a six-hitter to end a person-
al four-game losing streak and
register his first victory since
June 12 as the Los Angeles
Dodgers blanked the Houston
Astros 3-0 last night.
Singer, 6-13, struck out 10 in
baffling the Astros with his
blazing fastball.
The only extra base hit off
him was Cesar Cedeno's two-
out double in the eighth follow-
ing a walk to Jim Wynn. But
Singer retired Doug Rader on a
popup, ending the threat:
Cubs clip Padres
CHICAGO - Juan Pizarro
tossed a brilliant one-hitter and
Billy Wiliams drove in a pair
of runs with an eighth inning
single, leading the Chicago
Cubs to a 3-0 victory over San
Diego yesterday.
Pizarro, a 34-year-old veter-
an only .recently recalled from
the minors, gave up a one-out
single to Ollie Brown in the fifth
after moving down the first 13
San Diego hitters.
Yanks blank Birds
NEW YORK - Mel Stottle-
myre capped a five-run seventh
inning with a two-run single
and pitched a three-hitter
against Baltimore last night as
the New York Yankees defeat-
ed the Orioles 5-0.
The Yanks broke open a
scoreless game with their sev-
enth inning outburst against

Bucs bash Expos
MONTREAL - Willie Stargell.
Jose Pagan and Al Oliver
smashed home runs and Gene
Alley belted a pair of triples
as the Pittsburgh Pirates
trounced the Montreal Expos 7-2
last night.
Stargell slugged his 39th
homer of the season in the sec-

homer in the third for the Pi-
rates' second run.
Royals rout Twins
KANSAS CITY - Amos Otis'
bases - loaded double high-
lighted a four-run seventh inn-
ing uprising that gave the
Kansas City Royals a 7-4 vic-
tory over the Minnesota Twins
last night.

SPORT SHORTS:
Volleyball team to play in Cuba

Mike Cuellar, 13-5; who lost his end inning, giving Pittsburgh a
fourth consecutive game. 1-0 lead. Pagan hit his fifth n m

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - The U.S.
volleyball team has been granted
permission to take part in an in-
ternational tournament in Cuba
later this month, State Depart-
ment sources said yesterday.
The tournament is set to be-
gin Aug. 13 and will also in-
volve the national teams of Ca-
nada and Cuba. tt will deter-
mine the North American area
representative f o r volleyball
competition at the 1972 Olympic
Games in Munich.
The U.S. volleyball team of 12
men and three coaches cur-
rently is in Cali, Colombia for
the Pan-American Games and
vill leave directly for Cuba for
the tournament.
Hill leads links
AKRON, Ohio - Mike Hill
curled in a 30-foot birdie putt
on the 18th hole yesterday to
shoot a four-under-par 67 and
tie Jerry Beard for the first
rocnd lead in the $150,000 Ameri-
can Golf Classic.
They were one shot ahead of
Gay Brewer and Fred Marti,
two more pros who have not
won on the regular tour this
season.

Five players were deadlocked
at 69s. They were Terry Wil-
cox, Bob Lunn, John Miller,
Dale Douglass and Bob Stone.
Among six tied at par 70
were Arnold Palmer, bidding
for an unprecedented fifth tour
triumph this season.
Beban quits
DENVER - Gary Beban,
1967 Heisman Trophy winner
from UCLA, was placed on waiv-
ers yesterday by the Denver
Broncos of the National Foot-
ball League, and afterward said
he is finished with pro football.
"This is it. I'm hanging it up
for good," said Beban before
boarding a flight to Los Angeles.
Beban had spent four years
trying to make it in pro foot-
ball, but failed to catch on with
either Los Angeles or Washing-
ton before coining to Denver as
a free agent.

1g Len names
Wayne Duke
commissioner
CHICAGO .- _ Wayne Duke,.
who enhanced the Big Eight's
image of a national football gi-
ant as conference commissioner
the last eight years, was named
commissioner of the Big Ten
yesterday.
At age 42, the dark-haired,
wide-smiling University of Iowa
graduate and former NCAA ad-
ministrative assistant, holds the
distinction as the youngest exe-
cutive of a major collegiate
conference.
Selection of Duke to succeed
Bill Reed, who served as the Big
Ten's third commissioner for 10
years until his death in May,
was sealed by conference presi-
dents in a Chicago meeting
Monday.
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