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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 10, 1975

University of South Carolina
shortstop Jeff Grants looked
quite startled as Eastern
Michigan's Glenn Gulliver (3)
stole second base through his
legs in their rain-shortened
game Sunday. USC won 5-1
and Eastern dropped a 7-0 de-
cision last night to the Okla-
homa Sooners to be eliminated
from the college world series.
AP Photo

Roya
11- ByThe Associated Press
KANSAS CITY - Amos Otis
hit a two-run, inside-the-park
home run in the eighth inning
last night, capping a three-run
outburst and giving the Kansas
City Royals a 5-2 victory over
the Detroit Tigers.
Jim Wohlford started things
with a single, then stote second
before coming home on George
Brett's double. Brett stole third,
then Otis cracked a line drive
up the alley in right-center and
beat the relay home for his
fourth home run of the season.
Leon Roberts, Jack Pierce
and Tom Veryzer singled for a
second-inning Detroit run, then
the Royals broke through for
two runs in the fourth inning on
a leadoff single by George Brett,
a run-scoring double by Amos
Otis and Hal McRae's sacrifice
fly.
Veryzer, Terry Humphrey and
Ron LeFlore singled in succes-
sion in the fifth to load the bases
for nobody nit. for Detroit and
Veryzer scored on Gary Suther-.

INSIDE THE PARK HOMER
's speed burns
land's single, tying the game fish Hunter in the ninth inning - - -
at 2-2. helped the California Angels to
* * a 5-3 victory over New York, Major
bombs snapping the Yankees' eight-
game winning streak. AMERICAN LEAS
BOSTON - Jim Sundberg's Hunter, 8-6, walked leadoff EastwI
first career grand slam led a batter Dave Collins and Jerry Boston 282
home run parade that also in- Remy bunted him to second. New York 28 2
cluded Toby Harrah, Jeff Bur- After Mickey Rivers was walk- Milwaukee 25 2
roughs and Jim Spencer as the ed intentionally, Bochte batted Cleelan 232
Texas Rangers blasted the Bos- for Tommy Harper and sent Baltimore 22 2
ton Red Sox 12-4 last night. Collins home with a single to west
Harrah and Spencer had two- right. , Oakland 32 2
run shots while Burroughs had The hit also moved Rivers to Kansas City 312
a solo drive for his 14th homer third and he scored an insur- Texasn 22
of the season and the fifth in ance run when Morris Nettles Minnesota 25Z
his last six games. The Boston hit a foul sacrifice fly to short- Chicago 22 3
scoring, meanwhile, was pro- stop Jim Mason, who made a Yesterday's Gam
vided by Bernie Carbo's grand sliding catch of the ball near Caitornia 5, New York 3
slam in the sixth. the seats along the left field Oakland 4, Baltimore 3, 1
Sundberg unloaded his fifth line. Minnesota 11, Cleveland 1
homer, a blast over the screen Kansas City 5, Detroit
atop the left-field wall after the Milwaukee 1, Chicago m
} ~Today's Game<
Rangers loaded the bases on two Thompson tags Minnesota (Pazik 0-4
walks and Roy Howell's single 1-1) at Cleveland (Kern 1
in the second inning CLEVELAND-Danny Thomp- Oakland (Perry 1-7) at
* * son scored Eric Soderholm with (Grimsley 1-7), night
1th single last night, Texas (Jenkins 5-6)
Fr r.c ne an ttt-inning sn as it,(Ti at 7-5), nitht
F-tpitch Hunter completing a Minnesota come- Calitornia (Ryan 10-3
NEW YORK-Bruce Bochte's back from a four-run deficit York (May 6-2), night
tie-breaking pinch-single off Cat- and lifting the Twins to an 11-10t Detoit (Ruble 52) at N

Tigers
League Standings
GUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
L Pet. GR W L Prt. 1GB
2 .571 - Pittsburgh 28 22 .560 -
5 .528 2 New York 26 22 .542 1
6 .490 4 Philadelphia 28 24 .538 1
26 .409 5 Chicago 20 25 .521 V)
29 .442 63 St. Louis 26 25 .510 2?4
9 .431 7 Montreal 17 28 .378 8i-
Nest
22 592 - Cincinnati 23 23 .596 -
25 .553 2 Los Angeles 33 24 .529 1
S.505 San Francisco 27 26 509 5
250 5o San Diego 26 28 .481 6t;
5 .500 5 Atlanta 25 32 .439 9
1 .415 91/ Houstons 29 39 .339 15
Yesterday's Games
Ies St. Louis 5, Atlanta 4
Pittsburgh 9, Cincinnati 2
5 inn. Chiaeo at Houston, ,night
10 Philadelphia at San Dieto, ight
0 Montreal at Los Angeles, night
New York at San Francisco, night
Today's Games
es St. Louis (Forsch 6-4) at Atlanta
or Decker (Niekro 6-4), night
-2), night Pittsburgh (McDowell 1-1) at Cin-
t Baltimore cinnati (Gullett 7-3 or Darcy 1-2).
night
at Boston Chicago (Bonham 5-5) at Hops-
ton (Griffin 2-6), night
) at New Philadelphia (Underwood 6-4) at
San Diego (Spillner 2-6), night
Kansas City Montreal (Renks 0-4) at Los An-
irls (Hlooton 4-5), night
6) at Chi- New York (Seaver 8-4) at San
Francisco (Barr 6-4), night

triumph over the Cleveland In-
::: E dians.

Milwaukee (Broberg 6-
tago (Wood 2-10), night

Malor Leaque Leaders

Based on 125 at Bats
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pct.
Carew Min 44 153 31 64 .418
Lynn Bsn 43 148 32 53 .358
Munson NY 50 196 31 67 .342
Hargrove Tex 46 157 28 53 .338
Chambliss NY 43 161 23 53 .329
bent Chi 51 183 16 59 .322
C. May Chi 49 166 15 53 .319
Hisle Min 40 182 21 57 .313
C. Wshngtn Ok 53 101 24 62 .31:
Yount Mil 40 146 20 45 .308
Home Runs
Hoods. New York 15; HORTON,
DETROIT, 13; Burroughs, Tesas, 13;
R. Jackson, Oakland, 11; Hendrick,
Cleveland, 10.
Runs Batted In
kr HORTON, DETROIT, 41; Bonds.
New York, 41; 13. Scott, Milwaukee,
37; McRae, Kansas City, 37; Hisle,
Minnesota, 37.
Pitching (7 Decisions)
Ryan, California, 10-3, .760; Pal-
mr, Haltimore, 9-3, .750; R. May,
New York, 6-2, .750; Kaat, Chicago,
8-3, .727; Fitzmorris, Kansas City,
8-3, .727; RUHLE, DETROIT, 5-2,
.714; Blyleven, Minnesota, 5-2, .714;
Fingers, Oakland, 5-2, .714.
Based on 125 at Bats

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pct.
Watson Htn 51 189 24 64 .339
Sanguillen Pgh 46 163 17 55 .337
Bowa Phi 41 176 18 59 .337
Morgan Cin 54 185 35 62 .335
Madlock Chi 53 209 27 70 .330
Cash Phi , 52 218 33 72 .330
Grubb SD 52 200 29 65 .325
Garvey LA 57 242 33 78 .322
Morcerr SF 51 102 36 58 .319
ardenal Chi 53 198 35 63 .318
Ilome Rus
Bench, Cincinnati, 13; Luzinski,
Philadelphia, 11; Schmidt, Philadel-
phia, 11; wynn, Los Angeles, 11;
Baker, Atlanta, 10.
Runs Batted In
Bench, Cincinnati, 46; , infield,
San Diego, 41; Luzinski, Philadel-
phia, 39; Murcer, San Francisco, 38;
T. Simmons, St. Louis, 37; Garvey,
Los Angeles, 37.
Pitching (7 Decisions)
Kison, Pittsburgh, 6-1, .857; Mes-
sersmith, Los Angeles, 8-2, .800; Sut..
ton, Los Angeles, 10-4, .714; Fryman,
Montreal, 5-2, .714; Gullett, Cin-
cinnati, 7-3, .700; R. Jones, San
Diego, 7-3, .700; Seaver, New York,
8-4, .667; 3 Tied with .62-

Longhorns scratch Seton Hall;
Sooners oust Hurons, 7-0
OMAHA, Neb. (P) - Marty Carolina, while Oklahoma will another walk, a fielder's choice
Kunkler scattered five hits and face Arizona State in Wednes- and an infield error.
Kelley Snider rapped three hits day night games in the double An infield out and a run-scor-
as Oklahoma stayed alive in elimination tournament, n o w ing single by Snider added two
the College World Series with a down to four teams. insurance runs in the ninth.
7-0 last night victory over Kungler, a sophomore left- Kunkler struck out eight and
Eastern Michigan. hander with an 11-0 record, walked two as Eastern Mich
Keith Moreland batted in four had a no-hitter for 3Y/ innings igan bowed out with a 37-20
runs, Texas erupted for 10 runs before Jeff Washington dou- record. The Hurons defeated
in the first inning and Terry bled. He allowed four singles top-ranked Florida State in the
Ray quelled a late 'Seton Hall the rest of the way and no first round, but then lost to
rally as the Longhorns held on Huron runner advanced past South Carolina Sunday night.
for a 12-10 victory in the night's second base. In the evening's first game,
other elimination round game. Oklahoma, 52-9, jumped out to Seton Hall, 32-10, scored an un-
The losses knocked Eastern a 1-0 lead in the second on a earned run in the top of the
Michigan and Seton Hall out run scoring single by Terry first, but second-rated Texas
of the competition. Bogener and added four runs in sent 15 men to the plate in the
Texas advances into the fourth the third on a walk, singles by bottom of the inning and scored
round, where it will meet South Bill Sevens and Jacky Parish, 10 runs.

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