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Friday, May 27, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Gaylord's spitter irks
Billy, baffles umps
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - The baseball season wouldn't be official
until someone complained that Gaylord Perry of the Texas
lzangers was doing something illegal to the balls.
The baseball season now is official.
The New York Yankees did the complaining last
night after Perry whipped them 1-0 on six scattered
singles in the second game of a twi-night doubleheader.
"lie threw a lot of greaseballs, no question about it,"
said Manager Billy Martin, who managed Texas and Perry
in 1975. "But he's one heckuva competitor. I'm going to
hire him as a pitching coach when he quits just to teach
that pitch because the umpires never call it . except
once when I had him they called it."
Since Martin managed him, someone wanted to know
if he also knew all of Perry's hiding places for what every-
one claims is a jelly-like substance.
"Sure," Martin replied. "His eyebrows, his side-
burns, the side of his pants, the back of his hair, every-
where. You stand next to him and be smells like a drug-
store."
Stand next to an umpire, though, and Perry comes out
smelling like a rose.
"I must have checked the ball 18 times," said Al Clark,
the plate umpire for Perry's latest pitching masterpiece,
"and I never felt a'iy slippery stuff."
Graig Nettles played with Perry in Cleveland and in-
sists he puts simething on the ball. But, says Nettles, com-
plaining "is like beating your head against the wall."
And what does Perry think about this latest grease-
ball go-round?
"I really respect Billy," he says. "But he'd do anything
to beat me . . . and I'd do anything to beat him."

AP Photo
St. Louis Cardinal speedster Lou Brock didn't quite make this one, as Philadelphia third baseman
Mike Schmidt puts the tag on him in the ninth inning of the Cards 4-3 victory. Brock was trying to
move from first to third after teammate Dave Ra dar singled.

Chisox edge Brewers

fly The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE - Royle Still-
man, a seldom-used designated
hitter, doubled home one rune:
and scored the other in a two-
rim fourth inning, leading the
Chicago White Sox to a 4-3 vic-
tory over the Milwaukee Brew-
ers yesterday.
Winner S'eve Stone, 5-3, scat-
tered seven hits over seven in-
nings and pitched out of several
jams for his fourth succcessive
victory. Lerrin LaGrow earned
his seventh save as the White
Sox broke a four-game losing
streak and handed the Brewers'
their fifth defeat in the last
seven games.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
w L Pet. GB
Blianore 23 16 .590 -
New York 23 19 .548 I!
Boitn 21 19 .125 2%
Slwaukee 22 23 .589 4
Detrsit 17 22 .436 6
Cleveland 16 2s .432 6
Toronto 17 25 .405 7%
west
Minnesota 27 14 .659 -
Chicago 23 16 .590 3
Texas 20 17 .541 5
Caifornia 25 21 .500 6 x
Oakliand 20 21 .488 7
Kansuas City 19 21 .475 7Y2
Seattle 16 30 .341 13'.4
Yesterday's game
Chicago 4, Milwaukee 3
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. G11
Pittsburgh 26 12 .614 -
Chicago 25 14 .641 1
St. Loois 24 t7 .585 3
Philadelphia 20 19 .113 6
Mon~treal 15 23 .395 11
New York 15 24 .385 1AA
L g3el"e w31 11 .738 -
Goeniati 11 21 .462 111
S ancisco 7 23 .425 13
Houston 17 24 .4151 3r>
San Iieg, 19 27 .413 14
Atlasta 16 21 .364 16
Yesterday's games
It. Louis 4, Phladelphia 3, 16 inn.
Chicago It ntreal d
AtlaltA 8, Saa Diego 3
Le lames not included

Bruising Braves
SAN DIEGO - Tom Paciorek
and Jeff Burroughs clouted two-
run homers yesterday to power
the Atlanta Braves to an 8-3 vic-
tory over the San Diego Padres.
Paciorek's homer came in the
fifth inning off reliever Tom
Griffin, 4-3, snapping a 3-3 dead-
lock.
Burroughs' 11th homer of the
season increased the lead to 7-3
in the sixth.
Andy Messersmith, 4-1, pitch-
ed seven innings and stopped
the Padres on four hits.

Cruising Cubs
CHICAGO - Bobby Murcer
drew a bases-loaded walk with
two out in the sixth inning yes-
terday, forcing home the game's
only run, to give rookie Mike.
Krukow and the Chicago Cubs a
1-0 victory over Steve Rogers
and the Montreal Expos.
Krukow, 4-2, allowed four hits
and struck out six in posting his
first major league shutout and
first complete game.
The victory was the 18th for
the Cubs in their last 23 games
while the Expos suffered their
13th loss in 15 games.

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