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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 12, 1971

Late Bengal rally tames Brewers

By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE-Jim Northrup
drove in the winning runs with
a two-run single in the seventh
inning, sending the Detroit Ti-
gers to a 2-1 triumph over the
Milwaukee Brewers last night.
Milwaukee starter Skip Lock-
wood, 8-8, had allowed just two
hits until Gates Brown and
Willie Horton opened the deci-
sive Detroit seventh with sin-
gles. Bill Freehan walked with
one out, setting the stage for
Northrup's game-winnerdt h a t
erased a 1-0 Brewers lead.
Until that p o i n t, Lockwood
had accounted for Milwaukee's
only run with a homer in the
third inning off Detroit's Joe
Niekro, 5-5, who was relieved
after seven innings by Fred
Sherman, after being injured in
the sixth.
Giants drubbed
SAN FRANCISCO - Rusty
Staub's two-run triple and the
seven-hit pitching of Steve
Renko carried the Montreal
Expos to a 5-0 victory over the
sagging San Francisco Giants
yesterday,
Staub's triple highlighted a
three-run rally in the third in-
ning and followed singles by
Ron Hunt and Ron Woods.
The RExposchased loser John
Cumberland, 6-2, in the fourth
on John Bateman's 400-foot
Major League
Standings w
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Fast
W L Pet. -GB
Baltimore 69 42 .622 -
Boston 64 52 .552 7
Dtrtoit 63 52 .54 8
New York 58 58 .500 13
Cleveland 47 69 .405 244
Washington 46 68 .404 24'
West
Oakland 74 42 .640 -
Kansas City 59 54 .522 13
Chicago 5 61 .471 19
California 55 62 .470 19.
Minnesota 51 63 .447 22
Milwaukee 48 66 .421 25
Yestrday'sRasuls
Detroit 2, Miwauee ss
Kansas City 1, Washington 0
Cleveland 3, Chicago 2
California at New York, pd
Baltimore 9, Minnesota 6
Oakland 5, Boston 3
Today's Games
California at New York
Kansas City at Washington
Oakland at Boston
Cleveland at Chicago
Detroit at Milwaukee
Baltimore at Minnesota
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
w L . Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 71 46 .607 -
Chicago 63 52 .548 7
St. Louis 63 54 .538 8
New York 58 55 .513 11
F Philadelphia 51 64 .443 19
Montreal 47 70 .402 24
West
San Francisco 69 52 .570 -
Los Angeles 63 53 .543 3.,
Atlanta 62 58 .517 6
Houston 58 58 .500 S',
Cincinnati 55 64 .462 13
San Diego 42 76 .356 25
Yesterday's Results
Montreal 5, San Francisco 0
Pittsburgh 3, Chicago 2
Cincinnati 5, Houston I
Atlana 9, St. Louis 3
Philadelphia at Los Angeles, inc.
New York at San Diego, inc.
Today's Games
Houston at Atlanta
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
New Tuk at San tDiego
Philadelphia at Los Angeles
Only games scheduled

triple to center and Bobby
Wine's single. Wine added a
solo home run in the ninth.
Cubs clipped
PITTSBURGH-Richie Heb-
ner drilled a two-out single in
the bottom of the ninth inning,
scoring Vic Davalillo with Pitts-
burgh's winning run as the
Pirates edged the Chicago Cubs
3-2 last night .
Davalillo had doubled with
two out. After RobertoClemente
walked, the runners advanced on
a wild pitch. Willie Stargell was
intentionally walked, loading the
bases. But Hebner ripped the
first pitch for the winning hit.
The Pirates' rally gave Dock
Ellis his 16th victory of the sea-
son. Ellis, lifted for a pinch-hit-
ter at the start of the inning,
tossed a five-hitter.
* It*
Reds rout Astros
CINCINNATI - Gary Nolara
fashioned a three hitter and re-
tired 16 consecutive men in one
stretch to pace the Cincinnati
Reds o v e r the sloppy-fielding
Houston Astros 5-1 last night.
Nolan, 10-12, yielded a single
in the first inning and a run-
scoring double to Jack Hiatt in
the second before setting down
16 straight batters.
Royals dump Nats
WASHINGTON - Paul Splitt-
orff tossed a five-inning one-hit-
ter and Cookie Rojas rapped a

first-inning sacrifice fly yester-
day, giving the Kansas City
Royals a 1-0 triumph over Wash-
ington in the rain-shortened open-
er of a twi-night doubleheader.
The contest was called with
two outs and the Royals batting
in the top of the sixth after a 1
hour, 18-minute wait. The sec-
.ond game was called and will
be played as part of a twi-night-
er tonight.
Braves blast Cards
ST. LOUIS - Gil Garrido's
three-run double capped a five-
run eighth inning that carried
the Atlanta Braves past the St.
Louis Cardinals 9-3 last night.
Vida wins 21 st
BOSTON - Oakland's Vida
Blue earned his 21st victory of
the season Wednesday night with
Reggie Jackson's 10th-inning
double driving in the winning
run as the A's shaded Boston 5-3.
SPORT SHORTS:

Big Tenrepeals
no-repeat rule
CHICAGO (A') - Faculty representatives of the Big Ten Confer-
ence voted yesterday to repeal the rule forbidding its members from
playing in successive Rose Bowl games.
A spokesman said the nearly unanimous decision on the "no
repeat" clauses by the faculty representatives came as the confer-
ence concluded its annual summer- meetings at Boyne Highlands,
Mich.
The spokesman said member institutions will have 60 days from
the start of fall classes to challenge the vote.
If the vote is upheld, the next Big Ten representative in the Rose
Bowl will be able to return to the contest Jan. 1, 1973, if otherwise
eligible.
Under the no-repeat provision any Big Ten football team is in-
eligible to return to the Rose Bowl in succeeding years.
If the proposed rule is passed, Ohio State, the Big Ten repre-
sentative, will not be able to repeat in 1972 because the rule will go
into effect for the Jan. 1, 1973, contest.

Diving ace Rydze takes silver medal
By The Associated Press Rydze's teammate. Indiana Le ies returns
CALI, Colombia - F o r m e r graduate Rick Early, barely beat
Michigan diving ace Dick Rydze out Rydze for first place with a IRVINE, Calif.-Jerry LeVias,
won the silver medal in the ten- total of 479.07 points, to gain the 5-foot-10, 170-pound wide
meter dive yesterday at the Pan the 97th gold medal for the receiver who retired two weeks
American Games. Rydze, who U.S. ago after he failed to come to
led the diving competition go-
ing into yesterday's finals gath rms with an Diego, Is back
ered a total of 470.46 points Frazier faces future in the Chargers camp. He signed
for the second spot. WASHINGTON - Heavy- with the National Football

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weight champion Joe Frazier
said yesterday he loves music
but he intends to keep on
fighting for four or five more
years.
Frazier also said he will give
former heavyweight champion
Muhammad Ali, whom he beat
in 15 rounds March 8. another
shot at his title "anytime he
feels lse wants that fight, any-
time, anywhere, I will give him
that fight,"
Asked if he thought Ali could
defeat him, he replied: "I don't
think there's any way lie could
whip me."

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The School of Music and Department of Art present
ROSSINI'S OPERA
The Barber of Seville
(IN ENGLISH)
AUGUST 13, 14, 16 and 17-8 P.M.
MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
$1.50 & $3.00
Conductor Josef Blatt Stage Director: Ralph Herbert
TICKET INFORMATION: 764-6118
BOX OFFICE HOURS: 12:30-5:00 P.M. August 9-12
12:30-8:00 P.M. August 13, 14, 16 &x17
Closed Sunday, August 15

Ponovision . in color
Based on a 1935 novel about Depression youth by Horace McCoy.
The book was well-received but soon forgotten here. It survived
primarily through its reputation with Malraux, Gide, Sartre and
Simone de Beauvoir as "the first existentialist novel to come from
America."
In HORSES Jane Fonda completely redefined her identity as an
acrtess. She "gives a dramatic performance that turns her pre-
vious career as a sex bon bon upside down, and gives the film a
personal focus and an emotionally gripping power."-VARIETY
-'ONIGHT, Friday, Aug. 12-13
7:30, 9:45, midnight-Fri. $1 cont.
ARM at the Alley 330 Maynard

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