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Thursday, August 7, 1975



igers fall again, 4-2
By The Associated Press Tigers, extended Detroit's los- brushing'the ball out of Tony Carty's homer, his 11th of the
D E T R O I T - Don Bay- ing string to 11 games. Muser's glove on a play at year, gave the Indians a 4-0
for had two singles, a double May's single, Baylor's triple first. lead.
and a triple, stole three bases, and Bobby Grich's single gave In the nightcap, Detroit Rick Manning beat out a slow
scored two runs and drove in Baltimore two runs off Dave protested when the umpires re- roller leading off the inning,
one to lead Baltimore to an 8-2 Lemanczyk, 0-4, in the fourth- fused to allow Ben Oglivie to moved to second on a grounder
victory over the Detroit Tigers, inning of the nightcap, Davis take first when the backlash on and took third on an infield
giving the Orioles a sweep of singled home a run in the fifth, his swing hit catcher Hendricks' hit by Oscar Gamble.
yesterday's twi - night double- then the Orioles broke the glove. After a force play at home
header. game open with five runs in the * * plate, Carty launched his
Mike Torrez and Wayne Gar- sixth. blast over the 375-foot sign
land teamed for a seven-hitter Doug DeCinces and Tommy Yanks yanked in left-center.
while Lee May hit a double in a Davis each doubled home one C L E V E L A N D - Rico The Indians took a 1-0 lead in
decisive two-run third inning run and Ellie Hendricks tripled Carty hit a three-run homer in the first when Gamble walked,
that carried the Orioles a 4-2 for another in the burst. the sixth inning last night, stole second and came home on
victory in the first game. The Tigers protested the leading the Cleveland Indians a single by Powell.
Both games, which were opener when Bill Freehan was to a 5-3 victory over the New Dobson, 9-12, allowed only
played under protest by the called out in the ninth despite York Yankees. one Indian baserunner through

gaze ,as he follows a putt
on the 18th green, is a sam-
ple of the seriousness that
will surround the Profes-
sional Golfers Association
tournament which gets un-
derway at Firestone Coun-
try Club in Akron, Ohio
today. Trevino, defending
champ, was participating in
a practice round yesterday.
AP Photo

the fifth after Powell's hit. But
Carty's blast sent Dobson to his
fifth straight loss.
Cards shuffle
ST. LOUIS - Buddy Brad-
ford hit a home run and Ken
Reitz tripled to spark a three-
run St. Louis fifth to lead the
Cardinals to a 4-2 victory over
the Pittsburgh Pirates last
St. Louis starter John Den-
ny, 6-3, surrendered only two
singles to the National League
Fastern Division leaders be-
fore running into trouble in
the eighth inning, when 'the
Pirates scored their only run.
Al Hrabosky relieved the
young pitcher with the bases
loaded and let in a run on a
wild pitch and another on a
grounder before cutting short
the Pirate rally.
-Jim Dutcher, assistant bas-
ketball coach at the Univer-
sity of Michigan, is the front-
runner for head basketball
coach at the University of
Minnesota, t h e Associated
Press has learned.
"s of this moment, Dutch-
er has the inside track," said
a source close to the search
for a replacement for Bill
'l'aselman, who has signed
a contract to coach the San
Diego Sails of the American
Basketball Association.
Mafor League
W L Pet. Gl
Boston 67 44 .604 -
Baltimore 59 50 .541 7
New York 57 53 .518 9
Milwaukee 53 59 .473 14
cleveland 50 5 .463 15,
Detroit 46 66 .41121t1
Oakland 68 43 .613 -
Kansas City 61 49 .555 (
Chicago 4 57 .45645
Tesas 13 3 5 .4715t
Calfsrna 49 4 .340
Minnesota 49 64 .434 20
Last night's results
Baltimore 4-8, Detroit 2-2
Cleveland 5, New York 3
Kansas City 4, Mnesta 3
Boston 5, Milwaukee 2
Chcato51, Valfoola 0
Texas 5, Oakland 2
Today's Games
Calionia (Ryan 12-) at clr-
cats (Kant 15-)
Boston (Wise 14-6) at Milwaukee
(Slatoi 11-1)
New York (Medies 5-12 or Gura
3-4) at Cleveland (Food 4-7), twi
Baltimore (Cuella 10-8) at 0-
tesit. (Buhle 59-), n
Minnesota (Albury 6-6) at Kansas
City (splottort 4-0), n
Oakland (Blue 14-) at Teas
(Hands -). a
W I Pct. G
Pittsburgh 66 45 .594 --
Phladelphia 62 49 .59 414
New York 57 53 .51 584,
5. Lo.s 57 54 .53
Cheago s 651 .455 0
Montreal 47 06 .435 171
Cincinnat 35 5 .663 -
Los Angeles 5 54 .51 16
San Francisco 55 58 .480 25
San Diego 53 5 .73 1"
Atlanta 4 4 1 2.432
Houston 40 75 .340 30 .
Last night's results
Cincinnati 12, San Francisco 5
Chicago at Philadelphia, ppd, rain
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2
San Diego , oustonl I
Atlana at Lo Angeles, Inc.
New York 9, Montreal 0
Today's Games
Montreal (Rogers.3-) at Ne

York (Matlack 12-8)
Chicago (Burris 8-9) at Philadet-
phia (Underwood 11-8), n
Pittsburgh (Kison'9-0) at HoustON
(Roberts 6-12), 5

'M'cgers defeat Egyptians
Michigan's basketball team is dishing out a little diplomacy Board, at a hastily called news conference at Shea Stadium.
in the Middle East as they negotiated two straight wins over the "He didn't sound surprised," he said.
Egyptian National team in their first encounters of an eight game "This has been under consideration for a long time. We
tour in Egypt. just felt -we had to make a change. We were wondering if we
Ten members of last years squad, head coach John Orr and were getting the most of our material."
assistant Jim Dutcher and their wives and a student manager, Berra, 50, only the second man to win pennants in both ma-
left for Cairo July 30 to begin the People to People Sports Com- jor leagues, wasn't at the press conference. He reportedly decided
mittee, Inc. and U. S. State Department sponsored tour. to spend his first day at liberty on a New Jersey golf course,
The Wolverines won the first two games, played at the where he spent a similar day 11 years ago when the Yankees
Gezira Sporting Club in Cairo; 76-5I on August 2 and 84-76 on let him go.
August 3- Michigan played their final game in -Cairo last Berra's 3 -year reign came to an end as the Mets floun-
Tuesday but results were unavailable, dered in the midst of a five-game losing streak, which left them
Tonight the two teams square off in Mahalla, a, desert town, 9% games behind first-place Pittsburgh. He took the firinng in
Friday they play in Tanta and Saturday they travel to Alexan- stride and indicated he'd like to stay in baseball.
dria, a resort town. "I don't mind saying that I personally felt this season we
Orr and the coach of the Egyptian National team are slated had a very strong team," said Grant. "When you love a team
to lecture at a clinic in Alexandria on Sunday. The Maize and like we do, you have to take action. You can't go out and
Blue will round out their tour with games in Alexandria on Au- change the whole team.
gust 12, 13, and 14 where large crowds are expected, according "Maybe the players will feel they got a shot in the arm"
to Michigan's Sports Information Department.
After a brief stop in Rome the entourage will return August Hawks sign W illoughby
* ATLANTA () - The Atlanta Hawks of the National Basket-
ball Association finally won a signing battle with the Denver Nug.
Yogi gets the ax gets yesterday when they put New Jersey high school star Wil-
liam Wioughby under contract.
NEW YORK (') - The New York Mets, rapidly slipping from It was a victory by default since the American Basketball
contention in the National League East, abruptly fired Manager Association's Nuggets stopped pursuing Willoughby after out-
Yogi Berra yesterday and named Roy McMillan to succeed him, bidding the Hawks for three other college players - first-round
at least until the end of the season. choices .David Thompson of North Carolina State and Marvin.
"I called Yogi and told him of our decision the first thing Webster of Morgan State' and Monte Towe, Thompson's college.
this morning," said M. Donald Grant, Mets chairman of the teammate.

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