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Friday, May 8, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Jim Perry pitched
a one-hitter for six innings until
Detroit rallied for four runs in
the seventh, but the Minnesota
Twins hung on to beat the Tigers
9-6 last night.
Perry was working on a 7-0 lead
going into the bottom of the sev-
enth with the help of a two-run
homer by Tony Oliva in the first
and a three-run blast by Harmon
Killebrew in the seventh.
The Tiger rally knocked Perry
from the mound but he picked up
his fifth win in six games, The
victory was his 16th against De-
troit, a total matched only by
Dave McNally of Baltimore.
Dick McAuliffe led off Detroit's
first with a single and then Perry
pitched a perfect game until he
walked McAuliffe to lead off the
seventh.
The Twins scored lone runs in
the second and third off Joe Niek-
dail
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NIGHT EDITOR:
PAT ATKINS

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ro, 3-2, and got two more off re- -
liever Fred Scherman in the eighth
to ice the victory. One of the runs
came on a double steal when Rod
Carew stole home on catcher Bill
Freehan's throw to second as Oliva
was stealing second.
* * *
Reds win eighth

This Weekend in Sports
TODAY
BASEBALL-Indiana at Michigan, 1:00 p.m.
TENNIS-Illinois at Michigan, 3:00 p.m.
GOLF-Spartan Invitational at East Lansing

Associated Press
It looks like Minnesota's Rod Carew is playing tag with the
baseball, but actually he got caught between second and third
when teammate Tony Oliva hit a bouncing ball to Detroit's
pitcher, Joe Niekro. His blurring speed was of no avail as he
arived back at second too late and was called out.

CHICAGO - A two run homer
in Cincinnati's three-run sev- TOM O
enth inning clinched an eighth BASEBALL-OSU at Michigan, t
straight victory for the Reds in TENNIS-Purdue at Michigan, 1
handing the Chicago Cubs their; GOLF-Spartan Invitational at
sixth consecutive defeat, 5-2, yes- TRAF-SPardue at ichigan
terday. TRACK-Purdue at Michigan
The Cubs' first home defeat af- It gave the Orioles their 17th
ter 10 straight Wrigley Field tri- straight victory over the$Royals.
umphs came as Jim McGlothln ragticryvrth Rys.
umpstd ake as Jim Declforthin The homer erased a 6-4 Royals'
'bested rookie Joe Decker for his lead built behind Bob Oliver's four
third victory against two defeats. RBI t
Decker, now 1-2, was chased in Oliver's two-run single in the
the seventh when Carbo homered fifth finished starter Mike Cuel-
after L e e May's leadoff single, i lar and gave the Royals a 4-3
Dave Concepcion's third straight lead, and his homer off loser Jim
single and Pete Rose's double pro- Hardin, 1 - 2, followed a leadoff
duced the third run of the inning walk to Amos Otis.
and 5-1 Red lead. Oliver, who also doubled in the
Cincinnati broke a 1-1 tie in opening inning, has rapped Bal-
the sixth with an unearned run
as Bobby Tolan caromed a two-
bagger off first base, reached The seventh and deciding
third on rightfielder Johnny Cal- game of the NBA champion-
lison's overthrow of --second and" ship playoffs between the Los
scored onrTony Perez" sacrifice Angeles Lakers and New York
fly Knicks will be televised by ABC
The Reds took a 1-0 lead in the beginning today at 6:30 p.m.
first on Rose's walk, Tommy EST.
Holms' single and a double play
scoring Rose from third.
Chicago scored in the third orn timore pitching for four of his six
Don Kessinger's leadoff triple and homers and 11 of his 20 runs bat-
Glenn Beckert's sacrifice fly af- ted in while going 10-for-24 in six
ter wasting a big. chance in the games.
second with the bases loaded and Dave Morehead yielded a three-
none out. run homer to Baltimore's Boog
*M *Powell in the first and run-scoring
R~b I double by Mark Belanger in the
Robinson right fifth. He left after allowiny a pair
BALTIMORE - Frank Robin- of two-out infield hits in the
son crashed a two-out, three-run seventh.
homer in the last of the ninth * * *
inning to give Baltimore a 7-6 Parker mnakes circuit
win over the Kansas City Royals
last night. NEW YORK-Wes Parker, who
Robinson's winning shot, on the doubled, homered and singled
first pitch to him from reliever earlier, walloped a two-run tie-
Moe Drabowsky, followed walks to breaking triple in the 10th inning
Terry Crowley and Mary Retten- last night as the Los Angeles
mund. Dodgers erupted for three runs
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cancelled
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East Lansing
and beat the New York Mets 7-4.
Ted Sizemore opened the 10th
by reaching on shortstop Bud Har-
relson's throwing error and Willie
Davis outlegged a bunt. Von Josh-
ua attempted to bunt and catcher
Duffy Dyer took off for third and
slid around Joe Foy's tag.
After Joshua was struck out by
Jim McAndrew, Parker unloaded
his triple over the head of center
fielder Tomie Agee and then scor-
ed on a sacrifice fly by Bill Gra-
barkewitz.
Bosox socked
MILWAUKEE - Danny Walton
powered his ninth home run of
the season and three runs poured
across on a throwing error as the
Milwaukee Brewers downed Boston
5-1 last night, continuing their
harassment of the Red Sox.
It was only the Brewers' fourth
victory-all against Boston-in
the last 21 games and gave them
a 4-2 edge.over the Red Sox this
season. They split 12 games with
Boston last year playing as the
fledgling Seattle Pilots.
- Walton's 420-foot blast into the
left-center field bleachers opened
the Milwaukee half of the seventh
to give the Brewers a 2-0 lead.

CUP ALL BUT ICED

-Associated Press
Beman best
Deane Beman came in with a three-under-par 68 and the first
round lead in the Houston Champions International Invitational
Golf Tournament yesterday, and he complacently watched PGA
score poster Don Mirandi put his 68 on the board. Ben Hogan, the
sentimental favorite, remained in contention with a par 71.

BOSTON (AP)-The Boston Bru-
ins, charging towards their first
Stanley Cup-in 29 years, got two
goals by Wayne Cashman last
night, defeating St. Louis 4-1 and
scoring their third straight tri-
umph in the best-of-seven Nation-
al Hockey League championship
series.
The Bruins, who last won the
cup in 1941, can wrap up this
year's series in game No. 4 Sun-
day against the Blues, who have
now dropped 11 straight final-
round games in the last three sea-
*sons.
The victory was a record-break-
ing ninth straight for the Bruins
in the playoffs and again, as in
the first two games of this series.
they weren't particularly hard
pressed to get it.
Goalie Glenn Hall, making his
first appearance against Boston,
kept the Blues in the game with
a number of remarkable saves.
His goal-tending gave St. Louis
its best chance of the series but
the Blues' forwards rarely both-
ered Boston netminder Gerry
Cheevers, and Cashman's two
third-period goals put the game
out of doubt.
Actually, the Bruins had to
come from behind for the first
time in the series in this one. St.
Louis struck first with Frank St.
Marseille credited with a goal
which was put into the Boston
net by Bruin defenseman Dallas
Smith.
St. Marseille's power play rush
had been broken up in front of
Cheevers but, Smith was unable
to control the puck and it slipped
off his stick into the net.
Boston drew even on hot-shoot-
ing Johnny Bucyk's 10th goal of
the playoffs, also a power play
effort. Hall had turned in a ser-'
ies of spectacular saves, the last
one on Phil Esposito, and was'
down on the ice when Bucyk
lifted a rebound past him. It was,;
Bucyk's sixth goal in three games
against St. Louis. .
The assist was the first of three
for Esposito, increasing his play-
off scoring record to 26 points. i

flatten Blues

STEP HIM UP TO
FINER QUALITY

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W L Pct.
Baltimore 17 8 .680
Detroit 14 10 .583
Boston 13 11 .542
Washington 13 13 .500
New York 15 13 .535
Cleveland 9 14 .391
West
Minnesota 16 8 .667
California 16 9 .640
Oakland 12 15 .444
Chicago 11 13 .458
Kansas City 8 17 .320
Milwaukee 7 20 .259
Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 5, Boston i
New York 7, Oakland 3
California 8, Washington 0
Baltimore 7, Kansas City 6
Minnesota 9, Detroit 6
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
Boston at Oakland, night
New York at California, night
Kansas City at Detroit, night
Minnesota at Cleveland, night
Chicago at Baltimore, night
Only games scheduled

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GB
Chicago 13 11 .542 -
New York 13 13 .500 1
Philadelphia 13 13 .500 1
St. Louis 10 12 .455 2
Pittsburgh 12 14 .462 2
Montreal 7 16 .304 5Y
West
Cincinnati 23 6 .797 -
Atlanta 15 11 .577 6j
Los Angeles 14 12 .538 7
San Francisco 13 15 .464 914
Houston 12 16 .429 102
San Diego 11 17 .393 11
Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 9, Houston 5
Cincinnati 5, Chicago 2
Los Angeles 7, New York 4
San Diego 8, Philadelphia 2
Montreal 15, San Francisco 8
Other clubs trot scheduled
Today's Games
San Diego at Montreal, 2, twi-night
San Francisco at New York, night
Los Angeles at Philadelphia, night
Cincinnati at Chicago
Pittsburgh at Houston, night
St. Louis at Atlanta, night

-Associated Press
LARRY KEENAN of St. Louis heads for a spill on the ice after
being tripped by Boston's Rick Smith in last night's 4-1 Bruin
victory. Keenan was driving in alone for a shot on the Boston goal
when Smith tripped him from behind. The Bruin defenseman
was rewarded for his efforts with a two-minute penalty.

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EAST LANSING - Officials
announced yesterday that Ohio
State's baseball doubleheaders
against Michigan and Michigan
State this weekend have been can-
celled because of the shutdown of
the Ohio school.

Computerized baseball
comes to sports world
From Wire Service Reports
Remember when Rocky Marciano battled Cassius Clay a while
back and beat him? Well, the bouts were so successful that NBC
decided to try their hand at computerized baseball.
The eight greatest big league baseball teams of all time were
selected by a special panel which included Ted Williams, Joe DiMag-
gio, Stan Musial, Willie Mays, Joe Reichler of the Commissioner's
office, and Curt Gowdy. The experts were guided by the votes of
7,000 fans.
The 1927 New York Yankees drew the strongest support from theI
fans and the panel. The seven other teams also announced yesterday,
were the 1929 Philadelphia A's, the 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers, the 1942
St. Louis Cardinals, the 1961 New York Yankees, the 1963 Los Angeles
Dodgers, the 1961 New York Giants, and the 1969 New York Mets.
The '51 Giants and the '69 Mets meet tomorrow before the regular
game between the San Francisco Giants and the Mets in the first
15-minute game of the computerized baseball elimination series which
will end Sept. 19.
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The MSU athletic department
said OSU officials informed them
the games were being called off
because of an executive order
which specified that no athletic
contests, would be held either
home or away.
The Buckeyes are vying for the
Big Ten championship and OSU
officials said that the MSU games
previously scheduled for today will
be rescheduled for May 29-30 if
they have a bearing on the con-
ference race.
No rescheduled dates f o r to-
morrow's games here at Ann Ar-
bor were announced.
In California the prestigious
West Coast Relays was o n e of
more than 20 sports events can-
celled asa result of Gov. Ronald
Reagan's request that all cam-
puses be shut down in the wake of
nationwide disorders.
Among those scheduled to com-
pete this year had been Olympic
gold medalist Lee Evans
Elsewhere across the country,
there were not many cancella-
tions.

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