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Wednesday, May 6, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 6, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tigers

die;

Reds

roll

on

By The Associated Press
DETROIT--Tony Oliva knocked in six runs with a home
run, single and triple, leading the Minnesota Twins to an 8-5
victory over the Detroit Tigers last night.
Luis Tiant posted his fifth victory without a loss despite
setting a Minnesota record of nine walks in the 5% innings he
worked.
Minnesota took a 2-0 lead in the first inning when Tigers'
starter Mickey Lolich, 4-3, walked Cesar Tovar and Oliva

blasted his fourth homer of th
Cardenas doubled and Oliva,
singled him home.'
Dick McAuliffe's two-run homer
in the fourth narrowed the Twins'
lead to 3-2. But Oliva lashed a
bases-loaded triple in the fifth af-
ter singles by Tovar and Cardenas
and a walk to Harmon Killebrew.
Oliva scored on a single by Rich
Reese.
Killebrew poled a bases-empty
homer off reliever, John Hiller inj
,the seventh.
Tiant, who allowed just twoi
hits, topped by one the previousj
club record of eight walks set by
Dave Boswell.t
Detroit's Ken Szotkiewicz clip-t
ped Tom Hall for a two-run singlez
in the seventh and Al Kaline1
homered for the Tigers in the
eighth. *
Simpson supert
CINCINNATI - Lee May and
Bobby Tolan lashed homers in
s u p p o r t of Wayne Simpson'si
'three-hit pitching as Cincinnatil

e year. Two innings later, Leo
daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
PAT & LEE
stopped St. Louis 5-1 last night
for the Reds' seventh straight
victory.
May lashed his sixth homer-a
two-run shot--in the sixth inninga
to help the Reds open a three-run
margin. Tolan rapped his sixth
homer in the fourth inning.
Richie Allen led off the second
inning with his eighth homer but
then Simpson shut the door and
the Cardinals could not get a man
past second base.
Simpson picked up his fifth vic-
tory against one loss and now has
allowed only 21 hits in 46% on-
nings.

Bruins
bounce
Blues
ST. LOUIS O--Eddie West-
fall and Derek Sanderson fired >.
two goals each and superstars
Bobby Orr and Phil Esposito h
established Stanley Cup scor-
ing records as the B o s t o n
Bruins blitzed St. Louis 6-2
last night in the second game
of the N a t i o n a l Hockey
League's final-round playoffs.
Their eighth-straight playoffs ,
victory gave the Bruins a 2-0 edge
in the best-of-seven series.
The Bruins were just about per-
feet, bunching three first-period
goals, two by Westfall, and con-
stantly beating the Blues to the
puck and the play throughout
the game. St. Louis managed only
19 shots against Boston goalie Bobby
Gerry Cheevers.Bby
Orr, unbothered by the shadow- *-
ing strategy which the Blues
eventually discarded when they
fell three goals behind, picked
up two assists and so did Espo-
sito, botl establishing Stanley
Cup point-scoring records.
Orr and Esposito wasted no time
setting their marks. Bobby, out
on a power play, eluded shadow
Jim Roberts for a moment at
center ice and scooped the puck
to Esposito who took it behind STUDENT/FA
the Blues' net and shoveled it to Special rates
Fred Stanfield for Boston's first for purchase,
goal. dtisad
Then Westfall clicked twice in- details and
side of six minutes late in the rant Dept.,i
period for 3-0 Bruins' lead. West- venue New
fall's second goal came with Bos-
ton short-handed and Orr as-
sisted on it.

Orr (4) clears the puck

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-Associated Press

A 'drizmal' night in Olde Detroit Towne

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Special to The Daily
KALAMAZOO - Wolverine
pitcher Jim Burton put on a one
man show yesterday afternoon in,
Kalamazoo, fanning 17 and driv-
ing in two runs, to pace Michigan
to a 10-1 victory over Western
Michigan.
The 17 strikeout mark was a
Michigan record, and Burton fell
one short of tying the Big Ten
record of 18 set by Illini Mary
Rotblatt in 1948. ,
All of Michigan's runs came af-
ter two were out, and eight of
them came via two four-run in-
Major LeCague
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
WV L, Pct. GB

nings. The first tally was recorded
in the second inning when Mark
Carrow tripled and Burton singled
him in.
The deluge really began after
two had been retired in the third
inning. Catcher Tom Lundstedt
singled, Leon Roberts singled, and
Mike Rafferty cleared the bases
with a double. Then Pat Sullivan
tripled Rafferty home.
W e s t e r n Michigan's starting
pitcher and the loser, Tom Zahn,
exited at this point, but Michigan
had not finished. Carrow doubled
to make the score 5-0.
In the sixth inning Michigan
got four unearned runs on three;
hits, a triple by Burton and sin-
gles by Sullivan and John Horn-
yak. The cause was helped along
by five Western errors.
Western Michigan acquired their
only run, and it was unearned, in
the eighth on a walk, an error,
and a single. Michigan also scored
one in that frame. Burton finished
out the game in high fashion,
striking out the side in the bottom
of the ninth.
Burton's three-hitter upped the
Wolverines record to 9-16. His
strike-out total is 78 for 541/3
innings. Michigan banged out 12
hits. Leaders were Carrow with a
single, double, and triple; Lund-
stedt with two singles; and ,Burton
with a single and triple.

By BILL DINNER ty with wind in the first set but
Indoor Sports Editor outlasted Spartan Rick Vetter 10-
The Michigan tennis team con- 8. With both consenting they
tinued their unbeaten Big Ten moved to slightly more sheltered
string as they flew high by their surroundings for the second and
top contender for the Big Ten Almonte burried Vetter 6-0 for
crown, Michigan State, 7-2 in Ann the victory.
Arbor yesterday afternoon. Bruce DeBoer, playing fourth
Along with sharpening their po- singles, started out strong with a
sition in the Big Ten; the victory 4-1 advantage and apparently
was good practice for today's re- had the match wrapped up but
venge match with nationally rank- eased off. DeArmond Briggs re-
ed Miami of Florida. gained his confidence and squeez-
There was some consternation ed out the first 8-6 then bombed
prior to the match as to its loca- in the second 6-2 for the win.
tion. The combination of cool Tth
weather and whipping winds left The Spartans closed the gap
much to be desired of the outdoor to 4-2 as Rick Ferman bounced
courts, Wolverine coach Brian Eis- past Dan McLaughlin in the last
ner moved that the match he held singles 8-6 6-4.
indoors but the Spartans disagreed Conti and Hainline secured the
and consequently everyone froze. victory with a 6-1 8-6 win over
The Wolverines drew first blood Detroiter Jim Symington and
as the Spartans Dusty Rhoads re- Briggs. Down 4-1 in the second
injured his broken elbow and was set, the duo came back strong
forced to default in the first set with Conti winning his serves at
to Mark Conti. Conti was leading love.
at the time 5-2. The second doubles combo of
While Conti warmed up in a car Tim Ott and Joel Ross was the
Wolverine Jon Hainline blasted other high spot of the day. They
State's Big Ten finalist Tom Gray lost the first set in tough contest
6-1, 6-4, and Joel Ross toyed with 4-6 and were down 3-5 in the sec-
Mike Madura 6-1, 6-2. ond. But they pulled their game
Michigan's fifth singles Roman together winning for straight
Almonte, primarily a backcourt games for the second 7-5 and bat-
player, had considerable difficul- tled for a 6-4 victory in the third.

The Spartans gained their third
point in the final double match
as Vetter and Ferman downed a
scrappy DeBoer and Dick Raverby
duet 4-6 6-4 6-4.
The Big Ten competition, how-
ever, will be put aside today as the
Wolverines face nationally ranked
Miami of Fla. in a grudge en-
counter at the IM courts. Two
years ago Miami came north to
Michigan expecting an easy vic-
tory, but the Wolverines displayed
an awesome array of talent and
whipped Miami for the upset of
the year. Miami would like noth-
ing better to even the score and
are highly favored as they down a
tremendous Trinity squad last
week 5-4.
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x-ate game not included
Yesterday's Results
Minnesota 8, Detroit 5
Baltimore 7, Kansas City 3
Boston 6, Milwaukee 0
Chicago 2, Cleveland 1
New York at Oakland, inc.
Washington at California, inc.
Today's Games
New York at Oakland, night

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Washington at California, night
Boston at Milwaukee, night
Cleveland at Chicago, night
Minnesota at Detroit, night
Kansas City at Baltimore, night
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East
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Philadelphia 12 - 12 .500 2
Pittsburgh 11 13 .458 3
St. Louis 10 12 .454 3
Montreal 6 16 .279 7
t West
Cincinnati 21 6 .177 -
Atlanta 14 11 .560 6
Los Angeles 13 It- .542 61/
San Francisco 13 14 .481 8
Houston 12 15 .444 9
San Diego 10 16 .384 101,/
Yesterday's Results
Houston 3, Chicago I
Atlanta 12, Pittsburgh 6
Cincinnati 5, St. Louis I
Los Angeles 4, New York 0
San Diego 11, Philedelphia 8
San Francisco 4, Montreal I
Today's Games
San Francisco at Montreal, night
Los Angeles at New York, night
San Diego at Philadelphia, night
Pittsburgh at Atlanta, night
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