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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Saturday, August 7, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, August 7, 1971

Bengals blank Bosox

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - Norm Cash's 24th Seaver superb
home run in the eighth inning ATLANTA - Tom Seaver
broke up a brilliant pitching duel earned his 12th victory of the
between petroit's Joe Coleman season with a four-hitter and
and Boston's Ray Culp last night took over the National League
and lifted the Tigers to a 2-0 strikeout lead last night, pitch-
victory over the Red Sox. ing the New York Mets to a 9-1
Coleman and Culp matched victory over the Atlanta Braves.
four-hitters through the first Seaver struck out 11, raising
seven innings but Willie Horton his total to 188, passing pre-
poked a single to right with one vious leader Fergie Jenkins of
out in the eighth and Cash Chicago, who has 184.
arched a towering shot into the
seats down the right field line Yanks bash Birds
to break the scoreless deadlock. NEW YORK - Bobby Murcer
* * *
hammered three hits, including
Nats scalp Indians a three-run homer, and the New
WASHINGTON - Paul Casa- York Yankees walloped the Bal-
nova's two-run homer in the timore Orioles 12-3 last night
second inning and a bases-loaded for their fifth straight victory.
single by Dave Nelson in the The Yankees kayoed Balti-
fourth last night helped Bill more starter Pat Dobson who
Gogolewski and the Washington had pitcher nine consecutive
Senators to a 7-3 victory over the complete games and had a 12-
Cleveland Indians. game winning streak ended.
PAN AM GAMES:
U.S. baseball team bows

;Major League
r. Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct. G:
Baltimore 66 41 .617
Boston 63 47 .573 3
Detroit 59 51 .536 8
New York 57 56 .5014 12
Washington 45 64 .403 2
Cleveland 44 68 .392 24
West Division
Oakland 70 39 .642
Kansas City 55 53 .509 13
Chicago 52 58 .473 18
California 53 60 .469 19
Minnesota 49 60 .450 21
Milwaukee 47 63 .427 22
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 2, Boston 0
Washington 7, Cleveland 3
New York 12, Baltimore 3
Milwaukee 2, Kansas City I
Chicago at Oakland, inc.
Minnesota at Calitornia, onc.
Today's Games
Detroit at Boston
Cleveland at Washington
Baltimore at New York
Milwaukee at Kansas City
Chicago at Oakland
=innesota at California
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct. Gt
Pittsburgh 69 43 .616 -
St. Louis 61 50 .550 7
Chicago 60 50 .545 1
New York 56 5 .509 11
Philadelphia 49 62 .442 19
Montreal 44 68 .392 25
West Division
San Francisco 67 47 .588
Los Angeles 60 52 .536 6
Atlanta 59 57 .509 9
Houston 56 56 .500 10
Cincinnati 53 62 .461 14
San Diego 41 74 .357 263
Yesterday's Results
New York 9, Atlanta 1
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2
Cincinnati 9, Montreal 1
San Diego 4, Houston 3
San Francisco at St. Louis, inc.
Today's Games
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
New York at Atlanta
Montreal at Cincinnati
San Diego at Houston
Los Angeles at St. Louis

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CALL, Colombia {' - The
United States' young and in-
experienced baseball team saw
its title hopes virtually ex-
tinguished yesterday when it lost
to the Dominican Republic for
its second defeat in the Pan-
American Games.
The baseball team lost its
second game despite home runs
by Willie Mims of the Univer-
sity of Iowa and Fred Lynn of
the University of Southern Cali-
fornia.
The U. S. was able to get only
five hits off Jose Joaquin Tineo,
who went the route for the Do-
minican Republic. The Domini-
cans blasted three U.S. pitchers
for eight hits.
Paul Patterson of Ithaca Col-
lege was the starter and loser,
replaced by Ed Bane of Arizona
State in the fourth. Bane gave
way to Pete Helt of the Univer-
sity of Michigan in the sixth.
In basketball, the U.S. team,
the defending champions, was
eliminated when Brazil beat
Cuba 73-68.
It will mark the first time the
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United States has failed to win
the Pan-Am title.
The result left Cuba, Brazil
and the United States all with
2-1 records in the four-team
Group B. Only two can qualify
for the final playoffs in each of
three groups.
The only way the United
States could have been elimi-
sated was for Brazil to win and
win by less than seven points.
They won by five.
A Cuban victory would have
placed the United States in thej
playoff, and Brazil would have
been out. The United States lost
to Cuba and beat Brazil.
Overall, the United States
leads in total medals with 108,
49 gold, followed by Cuba, with
69, including 18 golds, and Ca-
nada 30, of which seven are
gold.

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