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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, July 12, 1975

Pag Tele HEMICIGN AIY atrda, ul 1, 91

Royals rub out Tiger streak

By The Associated Press
KANSAS CITY - Buck Mar-
tinez' sacrifice fly capped a.
two-run fourth-inning rally that
lifted the Kansas City Royals to
a 5-2 victory over Detroit and
broke the Tigers' nine-gameo
winning streak last night.
Hal McRae started the rally
against Mickey Lolich, 10-6, with
a leadoff single after the Tigers
had taken a 2-1 edge in the top
of the fourth. Harmson Killebrew
walked and John Mayberry
drove in McRae with a single.
Killebrew was thrown out at
third on the play.
Cookie Rojas doubled to right
and Al Cowens was walke.l in-
tentionally, filling the bases be-
fore Martinez lofted a fly to left
that scored Mayberry for a 3-2
Kansas City lead.
Marty Pattin, 7-5, whb v in
the early innings. settled down

Carbo hit his 14th homer into
the screen in left-center field
off Stan Thomas, 4-2, after sin-
gles by Bob Heise and Tim
Blackwell with one out in the
sixth.
Two-run homers by Jim Itur-
roughs and Mike C'ttsag 2of;
Dick Drago helped the Ringers
jump to a 5-1 lead in the first
four innings.
Boston, which scored n rus mi
the first on a double by Carbo
and a single by Fred Lyat., be-
gan its comeback with a run in
the fourth on doubles by Cecil
Cooper and Rick Burlesun. A
single by Carl Yastrzemski, m
double by Lynn and a single by
Jim Rice cut the Rangers' lead
to 5-4 it the fifth.
Yankees split

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the Royals took tie lead NEW YORK-Roy White's tie-
od and held Detroit hitless breaking single capped a two-
he fourth inning. run burst in the fifth inning that
boosted New York to a 4-3 vic-
tory over Minnesota and gave
the Yankees a split of last
x boom night's twi-night doubleheader.
7ON-Bernie Carbo drilled The Twins won the opener 11-1
e-run homer in the sixth on home runs by Tony Oliva and
and Carl Yastrzemski's Johnny Briggs and Bert Bly-
n single highligztld a leven's six-hitter.
in eighth that carried the Minnesota had taken a 3-2
Red Sox to an 11-S vic- lead in the top of the fifth on
aver the Texas Rangers Dan Ford's 11th homer of the
ight. year. But in the bottom of the
inning, Jim Mason and Sandy
Alomar singled and Bobby Bonds
andings walked to load the bases against
g Mark Wiley, 1-2. Mason scored
NATIONAL LEAGUE the tying run on Lou Biniella's
East sacrifice fly, then Alomar came
w L Pct. GB home on White's single to center
trgh 54 32 .628 -- field.
P i". A 0 K9 f/

YANKEE CATCHER Thurman Munson closes his eyes and drops a pop up off the bat of Tom
Kelly of the Minnesota Twins. Teammate Chris Chambliss collided with Munson helping jar
the ball loose. The Yankees split the twin bill, losing 11-1 and winning 4-3.

Sports of the Daly
Hall.of Fame for Loken
Michigan's gymnastics coach Newt Loken has been elected to
the United States Trampoline and Tumbling Association Hall of
Fame.
Loken was inducted in ceremonies held ecently at the USTA
National meet in Hayward, California.
Loken has coached some of the finest trampolinists in the world,
including five world champions, and has served as head coach of
three USA teams in world competition. He once was elected
trampoline coach of the year, and has served as secretary for the
USTA for three years.
Etterbeek to enroll
Two-time Michigan Class A singles tennis champion Jeff
Etterbeek has decided to enroll at Michigan.
Etterbeek, a native of Holland, the same city where the Wol-
verines' Vic Amaya came from, played his high school tennis at
Cranbrook Prep School in Bloomfield Hills.
According to Wolverine tennis coach Brian Eisner, "Jeff is
the outstanding player in the midwest. I believe he will be a
great player for us."
Diamondmen pick Michigan
Michigan baseball coach Moby Benedict has announced that
four outstanding high school baseball players have decided to en-
roll at Michigan in the fall.
Jim Capoferi of St. Clair Shores, Chris Martucci of Plymouth,
and Tom Owens of Grand Blanc have signed letters of intent to
play baseball. The fourth, Rick Leach of Flint, will play both
football and baseball.
Leach is an outfielder and first baseman, Capoferi is a catcher.
Martucci plays centerfield, while Owens is a right-handed pitcher.
Sooner probation denied
NORMAN, Okla. A)-Rumors abound that the University of
Oklahoma will be placed back on probation in August, bitt both
school officials and a source in the NCAA say there are nothing
to them.
OU Vice President J. P. Morris said Thursday that the Sooners
have not done anything wrong and that both the Big Eight and
NCAA had cleared them of the latest allegations.
The NCAA source backed up Morris' statement.
A story Thursday in the Oklahoma Journal, an Oklahoma City
newspaper, said Big Eight representatives were expected to dis-
cuss new action against the Sooners when the NCAA holds its
Aug. 14-16 meeting in Chicago.
The story said the contemplated new action stemmed from
an investigation into the use of a car by two Sooner football
players while on vacation during the winter break in Denver,
Colorado.

Major League St
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Boston
Milwaukee
New York
Baltimore
Cieveland
Detroit
OaklIand
Kansas City
Chicago
Trexas
California
Minnesota

East
w L Pct. GB
48 37 .565 -
45 41 .523 3t/
45 41 .523 3
40 42 .488 6'
37 46 .446 10
37 47 .440 106.
West
53 31 .631 -
47 39 .547 7
39 44 .470 131/.
41 47 .466 14
40 48 .455 15
39 48 .448 15j

Pittsbi
Phil d-

Vn aaelpna
New York
St. Louis
Chicago
Montreal
Cincinnati
Los Angeles
Sanusrancisco
San Dieg
Allanta
Houston

48 39 .552 6!
43 40 .518 9t;
40 44 .476 13
41 47 .466 14
34 46 .425 17
West
59 29 .670 -
49 40 .551 10%
40 46 .465 08
40 48 .455191
37 40 .431 20?4
32 50 .3561 28

Yesteday's Rests Yesterday's Resslt
Chicago 8, san Francisco 6
Minnesota 11, New York 1, 1st Cincinnati 4, New York 3, 1st
New York 4, Minnesota 3, 2nd Cincinnati 4, New York 1, 2nd
Boston 11, Texas 8 Pittsburgh 6, San Diego 2, 1st
Kansas City 5, Detroit 2 Pittsburgh 5, san Diego 0, 2nd
Chicago 5, Milwaukee 3 Atlanta 2, Montreal 1, 10 innings
Cleveland at California, inc. Los Angeles 6, St. Louis 5
Baltimore at Oakland, inc. Philadelphia 2, Houston 1

Brewers socked
MILWAUKEE - Terry Hair-
ston's double with two out in the
sixth inning scored two runs and
triggered the Chicago White Sit
to a 5-3 victory last night over
the Milwaukee Brewers.
Hairston's double to the right
center field wall came after
Deron Johnson had singled and
Bill Melton had walked off
Brewer starter Ed Sprague, -6.
The blow erased Milwaukee's
3-2 lead.

SAN FRANCISCO Giant Derrel Thomas slides safely under a pickoff attempt in a game against
the Chicago Cubs yesterday afternoon. First baseman Andy Thornton is taking the throw from
Cubs pitcher Bill Bonham in this first inning action. The Cubs eventually won 8-6 on the strength
of a three-run rally in the eighth inning.

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