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Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, May 18, 1976
Boston blanks Detroit, 7-0
Orioles clip Brewers, 4-3

Sty The A-rnciatcd Ptess
DETROIT - Louis Tiant
fired a five-hitter for his fifth
victory and five players drove
in runs as the Boston Red Sox
blanked the Detroit Tigers 7 -
last night.
Boston ripped Joe Coleman,
2-3, and Bill Laxton for six
runs and eight hits over three
innings beginning with a
three-run third while Tiant,
5-2, breezed along and hand-
ed Detroit its second straight
shutout.
Rick Burleson opened the
Red Sox third with a double
off Coleman. Rick Miller fol-
lowed with a triple, Cecil Coop-
er. a single and lDwight Evans
later singled home the third
In the fourth l)enny Doyle
singled, Burleson was hit by a
pitch and Miller sacrificed.
(arl Yastrzemski then drove in
two runs with a two-out, wind-
aided blorp single off Laxton.
Carlton Fisk opened the Red
Sox fifth wills a home rut
against the wind smd Miller sin-
gled Bsvsts's final rtl acrss
in the eigth
Brewers nipred
BALTIMORE -- P i n c h-
hitter Tony Moser singled in
two runs to tie the scare in the
ninth and then scored the win-
ning run on a wild throw by
catcher 1)arrell Porter as the
Baltismore Orioles came frot
behind tii nip the Milwasukee
Brewers 4-3 last ight.
With one out in the ninth,
Milwaukee relief ace Ed Rod-

riguez walked Al Humbry,
Ken Singleton and Doug De-
Cinces and Muser greeted
Tom Murphy with his game-
tying single.
After an intentional walk to
pinch - hitter Royle Stillman
loaded the bases, Elrod Hen-
dricks, another pinch hatter,
grounded to first baseman
George Scott, who threw home
for the second oit.
however. Porter's return
throw trying for an inning-end-
ing double play sailed into right
field. Bill Sharp recovered the
halt ind threw back to the
plate bit Porter was unable to
handle the throw as Muser
sCored the winning run.

CHICAGO --- Frank Tanana
hMrled a seven-hitter and Bill
Melton, facing his former team-
mates for the first time, drove
in three runs with a triple and
a pair of singles to lead the
Csdifornia Angels to a 10-5 vic-
tory over the Chicago White
Sox last night.
Tanana, 4-3, didn't issue a
walk, struck out eight and re-
tired 13 batters in a row after
he allowed a two-out double
to ugh Yancy and an infield
single to Bucky Dent in the
Melton singled home a run in
the first inning, tripled another
across in the third, walked and
scored in the fifth and singled
another run home in the sixth
when the Angels scored three
times to build a 10-0 lead.

Major League Standings

AmvtticAN iAGFUE it
W 1 t.si(.1
\,-n Yrk is to10 sa63 -
Iiitisnore 15 14 .517 3
t rtoit 13 1' .500 :1'.
Cleseltnd 13 15 .464 41:.
tlsianlkce I t13 458 41'-
itnu 11 16 .407 6
Tx 19 9 .679 _-
K -- Ciy 1 o6 14 .615 2
Miinesot1a 14 13 .519 44 -
OiskInd 15 15 .500 5
C:,iiornia 13 V s .371 s9
(isis ova 9 t6 .360 811-1
mt, 5.,onse-,,i itiiided
si,; " miii- a"" 'sir
1tt:tiotre 4. Milwinkee 3
N-w Y ork at Cleveland, ppd..rain
7, , D 5. etroit 0
oi'aornia 10, Chicago 5
Tu-v, at Kansas City, it
ioatlond at Minnesota, "
Today's Games
Milwaukee (Broberg 1-2) at Bal-
tipmore (Grimsley 1-2), U.
New York (Hunter 3-5) at Cleve-
land (Peterson 0-3), n.
Boston (Lee 0-3 or Cleveland 1-0)
at Detroit (Ruble 3-0), n.
Texas (Umbarger 3-2) at Kansas
City (Fitzmorris 4-0), n.
California (Ryan 3-3) at Chicago
(.ithnson 1-4), n.
Oakland (Bahnsen 1-0) at Minne-
sota (Goitz 1-2), n.

NATIONAL LEAGU'E
Est
W5 1 Pest t
Philadlpiia 19 0 .704 -
Pittsburgh 18 ot .600 2'-
New York 20 14 .588 2 '
Chicago 14 18 .438 '
St. Louis 14 19 .424 8
Montreal i 17 .414 8
Los Angeles 20 12 .625 -
Cincinnatia a t 1 h.6i3
San Diego 15 15 .500 4
Houston 15 19 .441 6
Atlanta 1 Si .344 9
San Francisco 1ii2Si.344 S9
iaietames not Inmiided
last night's results
Atlanta 3, Houston :, 1st game
Atlanta at Houston, 2nd game
Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 1
Cincinnati at Los Angeles, n
San Diego at San Francisco, n
Only games scheduled
Today's Games
San Diego (Strom 4-1) at San
Francisco (Minton 0-3).
Philadelphia (Kaat 2-2). at New
York (Koosman 4-1), n.
Chicago (Burris 1-4) at Montreal
(Fryman 4-2), n.
Pittsburgh (Rooker 4-1) at St.
Louis (Forsch 0-1), n.
Atlanta (Niekro 3-3 or Dan Can-
ton 1-0) aat Houston (Andujar 0-2),
n.
Cincinnati (Giingham 4-2) at
Los Angeles (Rhoden 2-0), n..

HOUSTON ASTRO Bob Watson is head over heels over
Atlanta catcher Biff Porcoba in action last night. Atlanta
won, 3-2.

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Recruiting drought is over-
Michigan signs prep cager
By BILL STIEG gram and opted for schools He averaged 17.8 points
The wait is over - Michigan where they had a better game on a team that wen
finally signed a basketball re- chance of playing. But Lozier this year. The AP and
cruit. wasn't signed just for the named him all-state in bt
Mark Lozier, an all - state sake of signing somebody, ac- ball and as a quarterbai
guard from Logansport, Ind., cording to assistant coach football.
broke the dry spell by signing Bill Frieder. , Lozier started for his
a tender Sunday night. He is "He's a real good player,' school team in every g
the first high schooler to sign said Frieder. "We followed him the last four years excep
with the Wolverines this year. for two years and we're elated the first game of his f
For the past month, the to get him. We wanted to get man year. He is considers
prep stars on Michigan's re- him." floor leader and defer
cruiting list have shunned Lozier is 6-3, 180 and led his specialist.
Michigan's talent - laden pro- team in rebounding last season.

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TEACH IN ISRAEL
OPEN MASS MEETING
with Nathan Greenbaum
Superintendent from the
Administration of Education in Israel
-AND-
Mary Ellen Riordon
President of Detroit Federation of Teacher:
8 P.M. Thursday, May 20, at
Jewish Community Center
15110 W. Ten Mile-Oak, Park, Mi.
for ersonal interview with Dr. Greenbaum on Thurs.. Fri.,
May 20, 21 and Sun.. May 23, coIl collect 1-313-968-
1044.
ISRAEL ALIYAH CENTER

His high school teams have
lost in the playoffs to the even-
tual state champ in each of the
last three years. According-to
Frieder, he had narrowed his
choices down to Michigan, Pur-
due and Northwestern.
"Now we've got one-half of
what we wanted," said Frie-
der. "We started out wanting a
good guard and a big man.
We've got the small half of our
original goal."
The "big half" of the recruit-
ing goal is currently Mike Da-
vis, a 6-11 center from Mercer
Junior College. Frieder says
Michigan is still going after
Briana Walker, the guard from
Indiana who has narrowed his
choices to Michigan and ". C.
State. Davis is scheduled to
visit Michigan this weekend.

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