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Page 20-Friday, June 16, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Tigers lose fourth strait
From WireserviceReports Angels 5, Orioles 1 Red Sox 7, A 's 3
KANSAS CITY - Frank White BALTIMORE - Slump-ridden Joe BOSTON - Slugger Jim Rice tied the
stroked three hits, knocked in two runs Rudi drove in two runs and Ike Ham- score with a two-run homer in the
and scored another last night to lead the pton hit a solo home run to help Frank seventh and then tripled in a pair of go-
Kansas City Royals to a 7-2 victory over Tanana pitch the California Angels to a ahead runs in the eighth last night,
the Detroit Tigers behind the pitching 5-1 victory over Baltimore last night, powering the Boston Red Sox to their
of Dennis Leonard, .,., in tha Orn ,i.' a13 ir .. wining en ra. ,atsaa ...,,a, 7' , n

White, the No. 9 in the Kansas City
order, doubled home Fred Patek who
reached base on an error in the fourth
inning. After stealing third, White
scored on a sacrifice fly by Hal McRae.
The second-baseman also singled in the
sixth Royals' run in the seventh.
The Royals scored their first run on a
walk and back-to-back singles by White
and Joe Zdeb in the second and Amos
Otis tagged loser Bob Sykes, 3-4, with a
solo homer, his 10th, in the third.
George Brett also delivered a sacrifice
fly for Kansas City in the sixth, while Al
Cowens doubled home the last Kansas
City run in the eighth.
Leonard, 6-9, spaced 10 hits, struck
out eight and walked one. Milt May and
Mickey Stanley poked RBI singles in
the fourth for the two Detroit runs.

snapping e vrimes -3game winning
Tanana joined New York's Ron
Guidry as the only 10-game winners in
the American League while hurling a
five-hitter that was shaky in the early
Yankees 5, Mariners 2
NEW YORK - Don Gullett, battling
back from a sore shoulder, hurled six
scoreless innings for his first victory of
the season and Mickey Rivers and
Graig Nettles homered as the New
York Yankees defeated the Seattle
Mariners 5-2 last night.
Gullett, who pitched only 513 innings
in his first two appearances, blanked
the Mariners on four singles in six in-
nings, walking one and striking out five.
Sparky Lyle got his seventh save.

seventi straig t ictory, a 7- ecson
over the Oakland A's.
Rice, the major league's home run
and slugging leader, atoned for striking
out twice in decisive fashion. After
Jerry Remy led off the seventh with a
walk, Rice lined a shot high into the left-
field screen for his 21st homer and his
58th and 59th RBI of the season.
Giants 6, Phits I
tefusco struck out 11 batters and was
supported by a 12-hit San Francisco at-
tack as the Giants won their sbtth
straight game, beating the
Philadelphia Phillies 6-1 yesterday.
Right-hander Montefusco, 6-2,
allowed nine hits and was in trouble
constantly in the early innings, but his
strikeout pitches allowed him to

ght, 7-2
escape. It was his first complete game
of the season.
Expos 3, Padres 1
SAN DIEGO - Ross Grimsley hurled
a seven-hitter to become the first 11-
game winner this season and Ellis
Valentine drove in two runs with a
double and his eighth home run as the
Montreal Expos beat the San Diego
Padres 3-1 yesterday.
Grimsley struck out four and walked
two while going the distance for his 10th
complete game of the year. Along with
improving his record to 11-3, Grimsley
enabled the Expos to snap a six-game
losing streak.
W L Pet. GB
Boston-................43 19 .694 -
New York.............36 24 .600 6
Baltimore.............35 26 .574 7%
Milwaukee............34 26 .567 8
Detroit....-............31 28 .525 10
Cleveland-.............26 31 .456 14%
Toronto-...............19 40 .322 22%/
Kansas City-...........31 27 .535 -
Oakland...............32 30 .516 1
Texas ................. 30 29 .508 1
California.............31 30 .508 1
Chicago ............... 29 30 .492 2%/2
Minnesota.............24 35 .407 7/2
Seattle................19 45 .297 15
Yesterday's results
Boston 7, Oakland 3
Kansas City 7, Detroit 2
California 5, Baltimore 1
New York 5, seattle2
Chicago 3, Texas 1
Cleveland. Minnesota, ppd, rain
Friday's Games
Milwaukee Sorensen (8-4) at Cleveland flood
Oakland Morgan (-1) at Baltimore Martinez
California Aase (2-3) at New York Beattie (2-),n
Seattle Pole (4-7) at Boston Eckersley (t6-2), n
Kansas City Gura (3-1) atChicago Barrios (5-5), n
Detroit Baker (-0) at Minnestota Jackson (0-05),n
Torosto Uderwo,aod (2-7) ad2Jeerson (4-6) at
Texas Ellis (52 and Morel (-0),2, n
W L Pct. GB
Chicago ............... 33 24 .579 -
Philadelphia .......... 30 26 .536 2%
Montreal ............. 32 30 .516 '3
.Pittsburgh........... 26 31:'456 7
New York ............ 28 34 .452 7/
St. Louis ............... 23 40 .365 13
San Francisco .........38 21 .644 -
Cincinnati............37 25 .597 2%
Los Angeles ........... 33 27 .550 5%/
Houston ............... 26 31 .456 11
San Diego............27 34 .443 12
Atlanta ................ 24 34 .414 13
Late games not included
Thursday's Games
Montreal 3, San Diego
"an Franise6, Philadelphia I
New Yrk at LosAngeles,n
Only games scheduled
Friday's Games
Pittsburgh Blyleven (4-5) at Atlanta Niekro
St. Lus Denny (64)atCneinnaiSeaver 741.
ChicagoBarris (44) aHoston Lemogen (6-6),
Montreal Rogers (7-6) at Los AngelesRan 16-2),.
-,.Philadelphia-Carltn 1641 at-San Diego Jones
New York Zachry IT-i)lat San Francise lalicki

wford inspects the play which occurred in the third inning yesterday. Montreal won

t.g..ame 3-I
the game 3-1.

Hoosiers try for Irish match-up

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) - "It would be best for the
state of Indiana and all the football fans if Notre Dame
played both Purdue and Indiana instead of Purdue ex-
clusively," says Hoosier Coach Lee Corso, who has outlined
his proposal toa state representative.
Corso's comments, included in a letter to Rep. Danny
Burton, (R-Indianapolis,) have been forwarded to other
WHILE BURTON said he doesn't think lawmakers
should "stick their nose into the athletic programs of the
schools involved," he said he hoped the letters would give
them "something to think about."
Under Corso's plan, Indiana would replace the Boiler-
makers on Notre Dame's schedule every three or four
years. As of now, Purdue and Notre Dame have agreed to a
home-and-home series through 1990.
According to Corso's proposal, "Notre Dame would play
Purdue, for example, in 1978 and 1979 and Indiana would
take the Pufdue date of 1980 and 1981 and so on, as'long as-
Purdue is on Notre Dame's schedule."

Corso continued:
"THE ARGUMENT used against this would be:
"No. 1, money. I feel sure that we can get Indiana
University to give Notre Dame exactly what they would get
when they play at Lafayette.
"No. 2, quality of football. That is easy, we have beaten
Purdue twice in a row.
"No. 3, schedule. There won't be any problem because all
we have to do is drop one of our games in those two-year
blocks. Notre Dame would have to do nothing, and Purdue
could take the game we drop and put it on their schedule."
THE FIRST time Indiana has a home-and-home series at
the same time Purdue is booked to play Notre Dame is 1981-
82. But the scheduled Hoosier opponent is Syracuse, a team
which would not attract the same gate at West Lafayette as
the Irish.
Beginning with the 1979 game at Purdue, the visiting
team will t e home $100,00 no matter whattthe gate. In
the past, the two schools have split the receipts. ..

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