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THE MICH IGAN DAILY
Wednesday, July 9, 19751
Tigers shut out Chisox, 3-0
By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Joe Coleman and
John Hiller teamed up on a
five-hitter and Ron LeFtore and
Leon Roberts homered, leading
the Detroit Tigers to a 3-0 vic-
tory over the Chicago White Sox
last night and extending their
winning streak to seven games.
Coleman, 5-12, pitching his,
best game since he hurled a
one-hitter May 6 against Mil-
waukee, outdueled knuckleball-
er Wilbur Wood, 6-13. Hiller
worked the ninth.
LeFlore's homer opened the
fourth inning. It was his sev-
enth of the season, an opposite-
field drive which landed in the
lower deck in right field.
It remained 1-0 until the
eighth when LeFlore singled and
Roberts hit his eighth home run.
Coleman has won two games
in a row after a seven-game
4 losing streak. He walked one
and struck out six.
CINCINNATI - Gary Nolan
notched his first victory in al-
most a month with relief help
from Rawly Eastwick last night
as the red-hot Cincinnati Reds
edged the Philadelphia Phillies
Nolan, 1-5, scattered six hits
in 6 2/3 innings before depart-
ing in the seventh when the Phil-
lies scored their run on Garry
Maddox' RBI single.
Nolan last won on June 12,
when he heat the St. Louis Car-
The Reds took advantage of
loser Tom Underwood's control
troubles, scoring single runs in
the second and fourth innings.
Lynn tops Twins
BOSTON - Pinch-hitter Fred
Lynn's tie-breaking single with
the bases loaded in the ninth
inning gave the Boston Red Sox
a 6-5 victory over the Minne-
sota Twins last night.
Jim Rice opened the ninth by
beating out a high chopper to
the left of the mound and Cecil
Cooper sacrificed him to second.
After an intentional walk to
Carlton Fisk, rookie reliever
Tom Johnson, making his first
appearance of the s e a s o n,
walked Rick Burleson on a 3-2
pitch to load the bases-
Lynn, who hasn't started the
last few games because of a
bruised hand, batted for Doug
Griffin and grounded a game-
winning single into right field.
PITTSBURGH - Don Sutton
and Mike Marshall combined on
a four-hitter as the Los Angeles
Dodgers beat the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates 3-0 last night.
Sutton, 13-8, had a two-hitter
going into the seventh when lie
was injured and had to leave
the game. Dave Parker opened
the Pirate seventh with a single
and Sutton went to the showers
when he pulled a groin muscle
on an ensuing delivery to Richie
Marshall retired Zisk before
Manny Sanguillen singled up the
middle, then he retired pinch-
hitters Ed Kirkpatrick and Bob
Robertson to end the inning.
Unearned runs in the third
and fourth innings helped Los
Angeles to a 2-0 lead off loser
Dock Ellis, and Jim Wynn hom-
ered to left with two outs in the
NEW YORK - Catfish Hunter
nitched a seven-hitter for his
fifth shutout of the season and
Ron Blomberg hit a two-run
homer in the first inning, lead-
ing the New York Yankees to
a 4-0 victory over the Texas
Randers last night.
Blomberg's homer was his
fourth of the year and his first
since he injmred a shoulder
Anril 26 while hitting a home
rein agaist Milwaukee. It come
off Steve Maran, 6-4, following
q single by Roy White.
RON FAIRLY of the St. Louis Cardinals is greeted by teammates at home plate after stroking a
grand slam home run against Randy Moffitt and the Giants last night. The sixth inning stroke
brought the Cards within one but San Francisco added one in the eighth and went on to win 6-4.
Major League St
W L Pet. GB
Boston 45 37 .549 --
New York 44 38 .537 1
Milwaukee 44 40 .524 2
Baltimore 38 41 .481 5
Cleveland 37 44 .407 7x/
Detroit 31 46 .432 9
Oakland 51 31 .632 -
Kansas City 4t 37 .554 5O2
Texas 40 45 .471 12%
Chicago 38 43 .469 12Y2
California 39 46 .459 132
Minnesota 37 46 .446 14/
Boston 6, Minnesota 5
Detroit 3, Chicago 0
New York 4, Texas 0
Kansas City 9, Milwaukee 1
Baltimore at California, inc.
Cleveland at Oakland, inc.
andings NI &D n e
NATIONAL LEAGUE p
East Sot fteD ll
W L Pct. Ga
rgls 50 32 .610 -
Aphia 47 38 .553 4B s t
ork 42 38 .525 7 By The Associated Press
uis 39 43 .476 11
0 4344I Legislation approved
west WASHINGTON - A House Education subcommittee approved
.ati 56-29 .639 legislation yesterday that would let colleges use income from a
geles 48 38 .5 S~ particular money-making sport and contributions to the team
ancisco 40 41 .476 15y primarily for that sport or team.
ego 39 45 .464 16K National sports organizations and college athletic directors
36 47 .434 19 have complained that major crowd-attracting sports like football
n 31 57 .352 26K and baseball, with their scholarship programs normally geared
Yesterday's Results only to men, would be devastated without the bill.
San Diego 8, Chicago 6, 13 innings
New York 4, Atlanta 3
Los Angeles 3, Pittsburgh 0
Cincinnati 2, Philadelphia 1
Houston 5, Montreal 5
San Francisco 6, St. Louis 4
Rep. Shirley Chisholm, D-N.Y., among the six who voted
against the measure, said that schools these days "are not mak-
ing money from their sports" and so the bill made no sense.
The measure also would allow colleges to operate physical-
education education classes separtely for men and women if equal
facilities, instruction, equipment and opportunities are provided.
American trck and field squd Thompson goes ABA
NEW YORK - David Thompson, two-time collegiate player
of the year from North Carolina State, will sign with the Denver
Nuggets of the American Baketball Association.
triumphs over Poes and Czec s The NewYork Times reported in today's editions that
Thompson, who led the Wolfpack to the NCAA championship in
By The Associated Press U.S. champions Mark Enyearth 4 Utah State 1974, has decided to play with the Nuggets and not with the
PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia -The United States and Madeline Jackson of Cleveland won the Atlanta Hawks, who picked the star forward in the first round of
track and field team, winning eight of 16 final the NBA draft.
featured 800-meter races and American snranters teNAdat
events, whipped favored Poland and ,Czecho-
slovakia yesterday for a triumph comeback after
a crushing loss three days ago to the Soviet
Winning every flat race but the 5,000 meters,
the American men scored a convincing 113-102
victory over the Poles while crushing the host
Czechoslovaks 127-88 in the dual-scored com-
The U.S. women, also dominant in the running
events on the fast tartan surface of Strahov
Stadium, edged the Poles 76-70 and beat the
The combined score was 189-172 for the Ameri-
cans over Poland and 213-148 over Czechoslo-
vakia. A crowd of 11,500 watched the meet in
scored 1-2 slams in both 200-meter races to
break open a tightly contested meet which saw
the Americans and Polestdeadl ked in the
combined point standings after the first day.
On Saturday, the American team, handicap-
ped by travel fatigue and rainy weather, lost
by 87 points to the Soviets in Kiev for its biggest
defeat in the 13 dual-meet series.
Both 1,600-meter relays went to the deter-
mined Americans. Stan Vinson of Eastern Mich-
igan held off Poland's anchorman as the U.S.
men clocked. 3:04.3, seven-tenths of a second
faster than the Poles.
The U.S. women, anchored by Debra Sapenter
of Prairie View; Tex., cruised to a 3:31.0 clock-
ing, five seconds faster than the Poles.
NL pitchers selected
SAN FRANCISCO - Los Angeles Manager Walter Alston,
firming up his National League All Star team, named three of
his Dodgers to the NL pitching staff yesterday for the July 15
game against the American League in Milwaukee.
Alston nominated his two 12-game winners, Andy Messer-
smith and Don Sutton, as well as his bullpen specialist, Cy Young
Award winner Mike Marshall, to head the nine-man NL pitching
Alston also chose two New York Mets, Tom Seaver and Jon
The other selections included Philadelphia reliever Tug Mc-
Graw, 5-4 with eight saves; San Diego left-hander Randy Jones,
11-5; Pittsburgh southpaw Jerry Reuss, 9-6, and Atlanta's Phil