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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, July 12, 1977
ANL names Al-Stars

3 Buckeye gridders
headed for Cincinnai
By The Asyociated Press
COLUMBUS-Three players from defending Big Ten foot-
ball co-champion Ohio State, unhappy over their reserve
roles with the Buckeyes, are transferring to the University of
DEFENSIVE end Farley Bell of Toledo, a former Ohio
Class AAA Lineman of the Year; Toledo safety Mickey Archer
and linebacker Richard Brown from Columbus will be in-
eligible with the Bearcats this fall.
"We're all good friends and we felt like we weren't getting
a fair shake," said the "6-foot-4Y 228-pound Bell. "We said,
'Let's all go to school together.',,
Bell charged George Hill, Ohio State's defensive co-
ordinator, with bias toward regular defensive end Kelton
Dansler. Bell was No. 2 behind Dansler.
BELL ADMITTED he and Dansler, his roommate, openly
discussed the situation.
"I think the fact that Coach Hill recruited Dansler had a
great deal to do with him playing," said Bell, a product of
Toledo DeVilbiss High School.
"Even Kelton admits that."
Brown, another former prep All-Ohioan at Columbus
East; Archer, from Toledo Waits, and Bell were all juniors-
to-be at Ohio State.
RALPH STAUB, for seven years an assistant coach under
Woody Hayes wi.h the Buckeyes, is the new Bearcats' coach.
Staub, confirming the transfers, made it a point not to rankle
his former boss.
"I don't want to make this a personal thing. Woody and
I are close friends. The players contacted me, but I didn't
talk to them until they were officially released by Ohio
State," said Staub.
An Ohio State spokesman agreed that there was no tam-
pering involving the three players.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Steve Garvey,
the slugging first baseman of
the Los Angeles Dodgers, be-
came the first player to receive
more than four million votes in
leading the balloting for the
National League All-Star team,
announced yesterday by base-
ball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn.
Garvey, winner of the Most
Valuable Player Award in the
1974 Game when he made the
NL team as a write-in candi-
date, was selected as a starter
for the fourth straight year.
He received 4,277,735 votes in
the fan balloting, breaking the
record of 3,497,358 set by Oak-

land outfielder Reggie Jack-
son in 1974.
Chosen with Garvey to the
starting team were second base-
man Joe Morgan, shortstop Dave
Concepcion, outfielder George
Foster and c a t c h e r Johnny
Bench of the Cincinnati Reds,
third baseman Ron Cey of Los
Angeles, and. outfielders Greg
Luzinski of the Philadelphia
Phillies and Dave Parker of the
Pittsburgh Pirates.
Over-all, a record of 12,562,476'
ballots were tabulated, more
than four million above the pre-
vious mark of 8,370,145 set last
The American League starters
will be announced today.-
The 48th All-Star Game will
be played July 19 at New
York'sYankee Stadium.
In addition to ,Garvey, four
National League players re-
ceived more than three million
Morgan, a seven-time All-Star
and a starter for the sixth year
in a row, was runner-up with
3,309,764 votes. Bench, the only
player to be chosen as a starter
in each of the eight years of
fan balloting, was named to the
All-Star team for the ninth time,
with 3,262,680 votes.

Cey, an All-Star starter in
1974 and 1975, recaptured the
third base spot he lost to
Cincinnati's Pete Rose last
year, receiving 3,102,186 votes.
And Concepcion, a starter for
the third year in a row, got
3098,750 votes.
Luzinski, an All-Star reserve
in 1975 and a starter last year,
led the outfielders with 2,657,722
votes. Parker, selected to the
Ali-Star team for the first time,
collected 2,286,714 votes, and
Foster a starter last year in his
first All-Star appearance, re-
ceived 2,161,668 votes.

18 h
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5-0 f

Tigers clip Blue Jas,9-7
By DON MacLACHLAN the seventh Willis, making only his sec- Wockenfnss led off the stan- le the Tiger attack unti
Special To The Daily Rusty Staub, then ripped a ond start of the campaign, za with a single, and with one seventh inning rally.
ETROIT - There was a shot to center which bounced didn't fare much better than out, chugged into third on
of everything at Tiger past Blue Jay John Scott, re- Roberts in the early going. Veryzer's double. LeFlore re- Toronto finished off R
ium last night, sulting in a double and two duced the Tiger deficit to 5-2 in their half of the sev
runs to even the game at seven. Kemp blooped a sinking liner with a sacrifice fly to center Back - to - back single
V OFF AND ON drizzle, to center which Scott dove for scoring Wockfenfuss. Bailor and Velez inclined'
stolen bases, four errors, IN THE LONG RUN Toron- and dropped on the wet out- manager Ralph Houk to
hits, and something there to manager Roy Hartsfield field grass, scoring LeFlore, Willis continued to struggle, mon Grilli to face the p
n't been too many of late- looked silly for yanking DeBarr who had singled. . as Fuentes slapped a single to ful Rader. Rader, who no
- a victory for the slump- and opting for righty Pete Vu- Trailing 5-, the Tiger bats left, sending home another Ben- houered g his last three
e B Tig rs. ld kooma vich to face the next Tiger continued to boom in the second gal tally. On the next pitch, da ,Benga es
sKemp. inning, sending Willis to an Staub cleared thg bases and fort
ot inning7dictandvslug The left-handed hitting Kemp early shower. sent Willis to the clubhouse on
out a 9-7 victory over the greeted Vukovich with a one- account of his 12th homer off Tonight, the Tigers clos
place Toronto Blue Jays. hop single to right, scoring the facing the rightfield upper their home stand and sho
S , t seemed aubwith the winning run. deck. their fifth straight home v

i the
s by
w has
out to
e out
ot for

Blue Jay reliefer Dennis De-
Barr would make the Tigers
look silly for letting him get
out of their organization.
The ex-Tiger prospect hand-
cuffed Detroit for five innings
after taking the mound in re-
lief of starter Mike Willis in
the second. with the score
tied, 5-5.
The Blue Jays staked De-
Barr to a 7-5 lead in the fifth,
when Doug Rader ripped a
two-run homer to center off
Tiger starter Dave Roberts-
barely eluding the outstretch-
ed glove of Ron LeFlore.
The Toronto southpaw had
retired 15 consecutive Tigers
before LeFlore singled and Tito
Fuentes walked with two out in
The entry for intramural Co-
Rec innertube water polo teams
is this Friday, July 15.
S p e c I a I interest recreation
this week includes a weight
training clinic to be held today
at 6 p.m. at the NCRB.
Meanwhile, registration for
the Adolescent Recreation pro-
gram continues, also at the
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In the eighth, the Tigers add-
ed an insurance run when John
Wockenfuss singled, moved to
second on a sacrifice, and scor-
ed thanks to a single from Tom
The beneficiary of the Tiger
rally was Steve Grilli, who won
his first decision of the year.
The Tiger reliefer mowed
down seven straight Blue Jay
batters after relieving Roberts
in the seventh inning.
Roberts got off to an ex-
tremely rocky start in the
first inning, surrendering five
runs to the lowly Blue Jays.
With one out, Al Woods pok-
ed a double down the leftfield
line and progressed to third on
Bob Bailor's infield hit.
On a full-count pitch, Otto
Velez walked, and then Rader
slashed a single to left to bring
in two runs.
Roberts' control plagued him
again, when he walked Ron
Fairly and with Doug Ault at
the plate, a wild pitch permit-
ted the Blue Jays to tally their
third run.

Tiger comeback
ab r h bi
staggs 2b 5 0 1 0
Wood if 4 5 t 0
Balor of 4 2 3 0
Velez rt 3 1 1 0
Rader 3b 4 2 2 4
Fairly dh 3 1 0 0
Ault lb 4 0 0 1
Scott cf 3 0 0 0
Ewing ph 1 0 0 0
Torees ss 0 0 0 0
Wilso - 0 0 0 0
Ashbyc 4 0 0 0
DeBariep 0 8 0 0
Vuekvchsp 0 0 0 0
Totals 35 7 )8 5
ab r h hi
LeFlore c 4 2 2 1
Fuentes 2b 4 2 1 1
Staubdh 3 2 2 4
KempIf 4 0 1 1
Thmpsui1b 3 0 0 0
stanley rt 3 0 0 0
Oglivie r 1 0 0 .0
wocknfss e 4 2 2 0
Mnkwsk3b 3 0 0 0
Veryzer ss 4 1 2 1
Roberts p 0 0 0 0
GrIllip 0 0 0 0I
Totals 33 9 10 8
Toronto 500 020 000-7
Detroit 140 000 31a-9
E-Fuentes, Scott, Roberts, Bailor.
IP-Detroit 1. LOu-Toronto 4, De-
teit 5,2B-Woods, Veryzer, Staub
Staggs, Bailor. S-Mankowski. SF-
HR-Staub (11), Rader (13). SB-
wilis 1% 5 5 4 1- 1
DeBarr L 0-1 5 2 3 3 1 4
Vuckovich 1Y3 3 1 1 1 0
Roberts 6% 876 3 3

Staub's blast knotted the
score at 5-5, and then DeBarr
came out of the bullpen to stif-

over the Blue Jays, when Mark
"The Bird" Fidrych (6-4) op-
poses Toronto right-hander
Jesse Jefferson, (5-8).

Major League Stand ;isg
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w L Pet. GB
Boston 48 35 .578 -
Baltimore 49 37 .570 %
New York 40 38 .5558 1
Cleveland 39 42 .45 8
Milwaukee 39 45 .40 84 9
Detroit 38 46 452 10%
Toronto 31 53 .369 17%4
Chicago 50 33 .602 -
Minnesota 47 38 .553 4
Kansas City 45 '38 .542 5
Texas 42 41 .506 8
Caitornia 39 42 .41 .10
Oakland 35 48 422 15
Seattle 37 51 .420 15/
Yesterday's Games
Boston 2, Cleveland 1
Detroit 9, Toronto 7
Chicago 4, Kansas City'2
Baltimore 4, New York 3
Today's Games
Boston (Cleveland, 7-4) at Cleve-
land (Ekersley, 8-7), a,
Toronto (Jeferson, 5-8) at De-
troit (Fidryrh, 6-4), n.
Kansas City (Leonard, 7-9) at
Chicago (Stone, 9-6), n.
New York (Gullett, 7-3) at Mil--
waukee (Haas, 5-5), n.
,Seattle (wheelock, 4-6) at -Oak-
land ("Slue -101-n

W L Pct. Ga
Chicago- 52 31 .627 -
Philadelphia 47 36 .566 5
Pittsburgh 46 39 .541 7
St. Louis 46 40 .535 7V
Montreal 39 45 .464 13'
New York 33 51 .393 19'
Los Angeles 56 30 .651 -
Cincinnati 46 37 .554 8'4
San Francisco 39 41 445 17
Houston 39 48 .448t17
San Diego 38 51 42 19
Atlanta 30 55 .353 25
Late game not included
Yesterday's Games
Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 2
Houston 2, Cincinnati 0
Today's Games
Pittsburgh (Kison, 6-4) at Mon-
treal (Stanhouse, 5-8), n.
St. Louis (Dierker, 2-5) at Phila-
delphia (Lersch, 5-2), a.
Chicago (R. Reuschel, 11-2) at
New York (Matlack, 3-10), n.
Atlanta (Hargan, -1) at Cincin-
nati (Billngham, 8-4), n.
Los Angeles (Rau, 9-1) at flouston
(Forsch, 4-7), n.
San Francisco (Barr, 8-6) 'at Si

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