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Page Eight


Thursday, July 24, 1975

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Vida Blue scattered seven hits to snap his
three-game losing streak and win his 13th game as the
Oakland A's took a 3-0 victory last night over the
Detroit Tigers.
It was the, fourth consecutive loss for Detroit. The
A's have won three straight, eight of the last 11 and
11 of 15.
GENE TENACE drove in two of Oakland's runs, one
with double in the second inning and the other with a
single in the seventh. Phil Garner, Oakland second
baseman who made several of the game's many fine
defensive plays, hit a sacrifice fly in the seventh.
Blue, who struck out nine, went the distance for the
fourth straight time, raising his record to 13-8. It was
his second shutout.
VERN RUHLE pitched a fairly strong game for the
Tigers, although his record fell to 8-7. He hit Joe Rudi
with a pitch in the second to set up Tenace's first RBI
Billy Williams opened the A's seventh with a double,

t opp e Tges,3-0
took third on a wild pitch and pinch runner Don Hop- Atlanta tied it in the second when Mike Lum singled
kins scored on Tenace's single. Sal Bando singled before with one out and scored on Rowland Office's long
Garner hit his sacrifice fly. double to right-center field.
Phillies edge Braves Slumping Reds routed
PHILADELPHIA - Mike Schmidt's eighth-inning NEW YORK - John Matlack pitched a five-hitter and
bunt scored pinch-runner Terry Harmon from third Ed Kranepool knocked in three runs, leading the New
base with the tie-breaking run last pight, lifting the' York Mets to a~5-2 victory over the faltering Cincinnati
Philadelphia Phillies to a 3-2 victory over the Atlata Reds last night.
Braves. Matlack, 11-8, survived a shaky first inning when the
Greg Luzinski had opened the inning with a single and Reds scored all their runs on Johnny Bench's bases-
had stolen second before being replaced by Harmon. loaded single.
Harmon moved to third on a groundout before AFTER ALLOWING the first four batters of the game
Schmidt's bunt bounced high off the Veterans Stadium to reach base, Matlack settled down and pitched out of
synthetic turf and came down too late for a play at any the inning without any further damage.
base. The Mets' left-hander retired 12 batters in a row be-
THE PHILLIES had taken a 1-0 lead in the first fore giving up Merv Rettenmund's leadoff single in
inning on a leadoff single by Dave Cash, who stole the fifth.
second and reached third on a sacrifice bunt by Larry New York scored its winning runs in a three-run
Borna. Cash scored as Jay Johnstone grounded out to third as Kranepool delivered a two-run single and Dave
second. Kingman a, run-scoring single.

By The Associated Press
M I N N E A P O L I S-The
men's intercollegiate athletic
department at the University of
Minnesota has been given until
Oct. 1 to clear itself of an es-
timated 100 violations of Na-
tional Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation rules.
"We'll be awfully rushed to
respond within 60 days," said
Dr. Stan Kegler, a university
vice president who conducted
yesterday's news conference
at which time the school offi-
cially recognized its problems
with the NCAA.-
"Remember, they
have been investigating at
their leisure for the past
year," said Kegler, who de-
scribed the allegations as
"substantial" and "troubl-

rprirnan s
Kegler would not say what Kegler said the school would versity b
programs are affected by the not make any information yesterday
investigation, although he said available until it had responded year sus
basketball Coach Bill Mussel- to the charges. alleged i
man has retained an attorney "We intend to accept respon- recruiting
in connection with the events. sibility for pursuing remedial players.
Kegler said he couldn't com- steps without delay where vio- "I'm g
ment on the scope of the inves- lations have occurred and have the open,
tigation, or. if the charges in- been proved or admitted," said ring to tl
cluded the Minnesota football Kegler. KSU boar
program. Musselman, who is con- The 1
However, he said the school ducting his summer basketball him fror
has hired an attorney to con- camp at St. Peter, continued to team dt
duct an investigation on its be- defend his position amidst talk but he
half. He also said several in- he'll depart Minnesota for a teacher.
fluential alumni are mentioned lucrative long - term contract
in the report. with the San Diego Conquista.
"The institution is being in- dors of the American Basket- U.S. to
vestigated, not a coach," said ball Association.world
Kegler. "The NCAA will take wo
into account what we've tried KSU c pCALI,
to do on our own. It's to our U coach suspenued foursome
benefit to take action if we FRANKFORT, Ky. - Lucias world re
can." Mitchell, Kentucky State Uni- Aquatics


basketball coach, said
he is accepting a one-
pension given for his
nvolvement in the pro
g of two of his former
lad this is now out in
" said Mitchell, refer-
he action taken by the
rd of regents.
board also restricted
m associating with the
uring the next year,
will remain as a
rnkers smash
Colombia-An American
smashed t h e first
cord of the II World
Championships I a s t

night, easily winning the men's
400-meter freestyle relay in a
time of 3:24.85.
The American q u a r t e t of
Bruce Furniss, Jim Montgom-
ery, Andy Coan and John Mur-
phy beat the old mark of 3:2517,
set in September 1974.
West Germany was second in
3:29.5 and Italy third in 3:31.85.
Furniss, of Santa Ana, Calif.,
held the lead at the 50-meter
mark but lost it slightly at 100
meters, finshing in :51.82.
Ivory Crockett and Houston
McTear cancelling late, Reg-
gie Jones of Saginaw, Mich.,
took the 100 yard dash in 9.5
seconds in the U.S. Pan
Africa track meet yesterday
at Baldwin-Wallace college.
Meet officials said that Mc-
Tear was suffering from a
stomach virus and Crockett
missed his plane.
Major Leaque
w L Pt. G1,
Boston 56 39 .589 -
New York 49 45 .521 6'
Milwaukee 49 47 510 7
Baltimore 47 46 .505 8
Cleveland . 42 51 .452 13
Detroit 42 53 .442 14
Oakland 61 5 63 .5 -
Kansas City 49 46 .516 1W
Chicago 45 48 .484 a14
Texas 46 51 .474 151'
California . 44 55 .444 18!
Minnesota 41 55 .427 21
Last Night's Games
Baltimore 1, California 0
Oakland 3, Detroit 0
Boston 4, Minnesota 2
New York at Chicago, rained out
Kansas City at Milwaukee, ppd., rain
w L Pct. G1
Pittsburgh 58 37 .611 --
Philadelphia 55 41 .573 3'
New York 48 44 .522 OK
St. Louis 47 46 .505 10
Chicago 44 53 .454 15.
Montreal 39 52 .429 17
Cincinnati 63 34 .649 -
Los Angeles 51 46 .526 12
San Francisco 47 49 .490 15%
San Diego 44 53 .454 19
Atlanta 42 54 .438 201
Houston 35 04 .354 29
Last Night's Games
San Francisco 10, Chicago 2
Piadelphia3, Atlanta 2
Houston 2, Montrean 1
New York 5, Cincinnati 2
Pittsburgh at San Diego, Is-
St. Loais at Los Angeles, S&6

Do the Hustle!
Phillies Mike Schmidt makes a standing slide right into the mit of Atlanta Braves third baseman Darryl Evans during the second
inning of last night's contest. But the ball arrived too late and Schmidt was safe on his steal. Later in the inning Bob Boone brought
him home with a bunt to help the Phillies to a 3-2 victory.

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