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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 14, 1975

ARIZONA ST. ELIMINATED
Gamecocks, Texas in series final

By The Associated Press
OMAHA, Neb. lf) - South
Carolina pushed across four
runs in the ninth inning in-
cluding one on Steve Cook's
squeeze bunt to oust Arizona
State 4-1 last night and earn
a title game berth in the Col-
lege World Series.
South Carolina, 51-5 will bat-
tle Texas, 55-6, in the wrap-
up tonight.
Texas drew a bye into the fi-
nals when three once - beaten
teams remained after five
rounds.
THE second Arizona State-
South Carolina meeting of the
double elimination series was a
pitchers' battle until the eighth
inning.
Third-ranked Arizona State,
61-13, took a 1-0 lead in the
eighth on a two-out single by
Bob Pate and an opposite field
triple by Jerry Maddox.
South Carolina, however, re-
taliated in the top of the ninth
with four hits after being held
to three singles prior to the
ninth.
Mark Van Bever opened the
inning with a bounding double
past third and was sacrificed to
third. Garry Hancock lined a
single to right to tie the game.
HANK Small followed with a
single and Arizona State starter
Greg Cochran departed.
Reliever Rick Bethke issued
a walk to load the bases and
the go ahead run came across
on a fielder's choice.
Steve Cook followed with a
squeeze bunt for the third run
and the other came in when the
Arizona State third baseman
threw wildly to first.
Tim Lewis, who scattered
eight hits, ran his record to
110. Cochran, who struck out
10 and give up six hits, lost for

the first time in 15 decisions.
SO there'll be no third or
fourth-place finish for Texas
this time around in the Series.
The Longhorns have finished
in those disappointing positions
five of the last six year.
"We came here with the idea
of winning the national cham-
pionship and our job is not
over," said Texas Coach Cliff
GIstafson after his team
crushed South Carolina 17-6
with an 11-hit attack Thursday
night.
"We hope to complete our
mission Saturday night."
HOOP NOTE
Highschooler, soon to be
collegim n, Phil Hubbard from
C- nton, Ohio will reportedly
make his choice on which
univer ity he will play bas-
ketball a t next year-T0-
DAY!
The roundball phenom is
playing in one more all-star
game tonight and then will
make his decision between
Michigan, Iowa and Ohio
State. Hubbard has delayed
his decision for almost two
weeks now.
Michigan basketball coach
John Orr isn't as optimistic
as he once was about gain-
ing Hubbard's services, but
will have to wait and see on
Hubbard's choice. Hubbard
can step in and start for
Michigan as a freshman says
assistant Wolverine coach
Bill Frieder.
The Daily does not pub-
lish tomorrow, h o w e v e r
we'll have a full report on
Tuesday.
-Sports Staff

Like coach, like player .. .
South Carolina, coached by former New York Yankee second baseman, Bobby Richardson, shows
some adept second sack play in last night's College World Series game. The Gamecocks' Mack
Van Bever leaps high atop Arizona State's sliding Jerry Maddox to force him at second, al-
though Mike Colbern had singled. South Carolina won 4-1.

The Michigan Daily

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but Rudi, Jackson kill threat
By The Associated Press The Tigers tied the game 5-5 gers scoreless for 132 in-
DETROIT - Joe Rudi and in the sixth on Willie Horton's nings. Paul Lindblad took
Reggie Jackson each drove in a 15th homer after Danny Meyers over for Holtzman to face the
run with eighth-inning doubles, tripled to center. Tigers in the eighth and after
leading the Oakland A's to a Willie Horton's two-run homer retiring six Tigers in a row
7-5 decision over the Detroit gave him 45 RBIs to lead the gave up a ninth-inning leadoff
Tigers last ight. American League. single to Roberts.
M a ior League Standings Claudell Washington singled When Leon Roberts crossed Rollie Fingers took over and
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE winout and score t the plate with the Tigers' first after forcing Nate Colbert to
A ERIaNsEGEtTIN5LAU game-winning run on Rudi's -i rk 7
East East d e run in the fifth it broke a f7- Fly out, pinch hitter Gates
w1L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB obetorgtcntrlak
s t3 2 t Ptah 21 - sonG double to right edte n nnng scoreless streak for Holtz- Brown forced Roberts and
New 0 23 .s Pittsburgh 31 23 .5 son s double to right field then man, who one-hit the Tigers in Wockenfuss struck out. That
Milwaukee 26 28 .481 4h Philadephia an 2 .536 2 r insurance a 4-0 victory last Sunday at gave Fingers his seventh save
Detroit 24 30 .444 64; Chicago 29 29 .509 3. n T hOakland. and preserved Lindblad's vic-
altiore 24 31 436 St. Lsis 27 2 0TheTigrshad fallied fro Holtzan had held the Ti- tory, his fifth without a loss
Cleveland 23 33 .411 8 Montreai 19 3so.3M 91r. a 5-0 deficit to tie Oakland Hotmnhd elteTi ryhsffhwtouals.

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West West
Oakland 35 23 .603 -- Cincinnati 37 24 .607 -
Kansas City 34 26 .567 2 Los Angeles 34 27 .557 3
Minnesota 2726 2 .09 I, San Francisco 2520 509 6
Californa 305 30 3500 0 San Diego 20 30 403 l7ij
Texas2 9 295 .100 0 Atlanta 26 33.441 10
Chirago 24 33 .421 10 y ousston 22 42 .344 lIS
Yesterday's resultsY
Boston 10. Kansas City 4, 1st Yesterday's results
Boston at Kansas City 2nd,sinc. Pttisrgh 8, Atlanta 3
Oaklan d 2, Detroat St. Louis 6, Houston 2
New Ya-k 2, Chirago1 New Yark at San Diets, Oar,
California at Milwaukee, inc. Philadelphia at Los Angeles, nc.
Minnesota 7, Baltimore3 Montreal at San Fraaciscos Inc
Texas 2, Cleveland 1I
Today's games Today's games
Oakland (Siebert 2-0) at Detroit Cincinnati (Kirby 3-3) at Chicago
(Walker 1-3 or Ruhle 5-3), 2:15 p.m. (stone 5-0)
Baltimore (Grimsley 1-8) at Min- Montreal (Rnk o1-4) at San
nessta (Got 5-5) Francisco (Montefuseo ,3-2)
California (Ryan 10-4) at Milwau- Pittsburgh (Reuss 6-4) at Atlanta
kee (Travers 0-0) (Thompson "0-0), night
Chieago (Wood 3-10) at New York Houston (Griffin 2-6) at St. Louis
(Medich 5-7), night (Curtis 4-3), night
Boston (Tiant -60) at Kansas New York (Koosman 5-4) at San
City (Pattie 5-2), night Diego (Jones 0-3), night
Cleveland (Harrison 0-0) at Texas Philadelphia (Twitcheli 4-7) at
(J. Brown 5-5), night Los Angeles (Hooton 4-5), night

before the A's came up with
their rally.
Jackson keyed a three-run
first inning for the A's with a
two-run homer off Tiger starter
Joe Coleman. The A's added
two more runs in the fifth in-
ning on a single by Phil Garner,
and when Tiger catcher John
Wockenfuss threw Bill North's
sacrifice bunt to the A's right
field bullpen, Garner scored on
the error, North going to third.
North scored when Bert Cam-
paneris hit a fool sacrifice fly.
Leon Roberts broke up Ken
Holtzman's no-hit bid with a
line single to center in the
fifth and came home on John
Wockenfuss' double. Aurelio
Rodriguez then homered into
the lower left field stands.

McTear sensational again
By The Associated Press
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-Houston McTear, co-holder of the 100-
yard dash world record of 9.0 seconds, set national junior and
high school records last night in 100 meter preliminaries of the
National Junior AAU track and field championships.
McTear, a Florida high school sensation, was clocked at 9.96
seconds.
His time broke the junior AAU mark of 10.4 set by Clancy
Edwards of California Poli in 1974 and the national high school
standard of 10.1 posted by Marshall Dill, Detroit, in 1971.
The world record for 100 meters is 9.9 seconds, held by six
sprinters.
This was only the second time the 18-year-old Florida sprinter
had run the 100 meter. He was timed at 10.1 recently in a race
in Jamaica.

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