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i H E MIC H 1AN DJAIL Y

Friday, May 21, 1976

page TweIve'~ 'HE MICHI(dAN DAILY Friday, May 21, 1976

Bo resting
following
successful
t r
open-heart
surgery
Bo Schembechler
Bo Schembechler, head coach of the Michigan footbal
team, underwent successful open-heart surgerty yesterday ,
at St. Joseph Mercy hospital.
The operation lasted six hours. Four coronary bypasses
were accomplished.
Hospital officials said Schembechler was resting in the
surgical intensive care unit, which is normal procedure
in such operations.
According to the official statement, he is "Doing as well
as expected." He is expected to remain in intensive care fort
two days. The normal recovery period for this type surgery
is six weeks.
The 47-year-old coach was admitted to the hospital Tues-
day, about two months after he experienced chest pains after
a game of paddleball. Subsequent examinations revealed par-
tial occulsion of the coronary arteries.
Schembechler's heart problems began in 1969, when he
had a heart attack on the eve of the 1970 Rose Bowl.
Hospital officials said a more complete medical statement
would be made mid-morning today.

lBrawl mars Boston's
8-2 win over Yanks

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK -- Carl Yastr-
zemski slammed a pair of two-
run homers, giving him a re-
cord - tying five in two games
and powering the Boston Red
Sox to a fight-filled 8-2 victory
over the New York - Yankees
last night.
Yastrzemski hit a tie-break-
ing homer in the eighth inning
and capped a four - run ninth
with his seventh of the sea-
son, again with a man on base.
It was the 11th time in major
league history one player hit
five in two consecutive games
and the first time an American
Leaguer did it since New
York's Tony Lazzeri in 1936.
Rick Burleson homered with
a man on base in the seventh
for Boston's first two runs as
the surging Red Sox defeated
Ed Figueroa, 3-3, for only the
second time in six career deci-
sions. Burleson's shot was the
first- Boston homer over off
Figueroa.
A bench - clearing brawl
erupted in the seventh inning:
after a collision at home plate
between Yankee runner Lou
Piniella and Red Sox catcher
Carlton Fisk.

Boston pitcher Bill Lee, who
was ejected along with New
York third baseman Graig Net-
tles, apparently was injured in
the melee. The left - hander,
bent over and clutching his
pitching shoulder, walked off
the field assisted by the Red
Sox trainer.
The fight began after Boston
right fielder Darrel Evans
threw Piniella out at the plate
as he tried to score from sec-
ond on a single by Otto Velez.
Piniella bowled Fisk over while
trying to jar the ball loose and
the two players rushed each
other as they sat on the ground.
Then they began swinging.
Nettles, who was on base at
the time, charged after Lee as
players from both benches
poured into the scrap around
home plate. After things quiet-
ed for a minute, Nettles went
after Lee for a second time
with first baseman Chris
Chambliss and outfielder Mick-
ey Rivers of the Yankees
swinging on the outskirts of the
mound.
Nettles and Lee were the only
players ejected.
Philhies fly
NEW YORK - The Philadel-
nhia Phillies jumped on Tom
Seaver for four runs in the first
inning, two on Greg Luzinski's
double, and held on to beat the
New York Mets 5-3 yesterday
behind Jim Lonborg and Tug
McGraw.
Dave Kingman of the Mets
and Mike Schmidt of the Phil-
lies each hit his 15th home run,
of the season to retain their
co-leadership of the major
league lead.
The unbeaten Lonborg scatter-
ed nine hits in 623 innings to
pick up his sixth victory of the
season. Seaver absorbed his
third straight loss after posting

four straight victories.
Dave Cash opened the game
for the Pils with a walk and
raced to third when Larry Bowa
singled to right. After Schmidt
struck out, Luzinski scored both
runners with his double into the
right field corner.
After that decisive first, Sea-
ver pitched no-hit bali for the
next five innings and didn't
give up another run until
Schmidt home red in the
eighth.
.The Mets were held scoreless
by Lonborg until the sixth when,
with one out, John Milner sin-
gled past first base and King-
man crashed his 15th homer of
the season.
Schmidt hit the first pitch he
saw in the eighth inning into
the Philadelphia bullpen for his
15th homer of the year, moving
him back into a tie with King-
man for the major league lead.
Redbirds romp
ST. LOUIS -- Mike Tyson's
two-run single capped a four-
run first inning and sent the
St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-1 vic-
tory over the Pittsburgh Pirates
yesterday.
The Cards' triumph, only
their fourth in 13 games, sal-
vaged the final game of a
four-game series from the Pi-
rates, who had beaten them
five straight times.
Lous Bruck opened the Cards'
first with a single off Doc Med-
ich and stole his fifth base of
the season before scoring two
outs later on Reggie Smith's
grounder.
fed Simmons then singled,
the first of his four hits, and
rookie Jerry Mumphrey singled
in a rin following a walk to Ron
Fairly before Tyson brought in
two more runs.
Pittsburgh's run came in the
sixth on three singles accom-
panied by T y s o n' s two out
er# or.

Winnipeg nips Houston 4-3,

take early
By The Associated Press
HOUSTON-Winnipeg's Golden
Jet, Bobby Hull, scored a goal
with 3:17 left in the final period
to break a tie and give the Jets
a 4-3 victory over the Houston
Aeros last night in the first
game of their World Hockey
Association championship play-
off series.
Hull's pressure-packed goal
came suddenly, after the game
appeared headed for overtime.
Houston's Mark Howe had
tied the game at 3-3 just 46
seconds into the third period
with his -second goal of the
night.
With 1:22 left in the game.
Houston's I-rank Hughes got the
puck on breakaway-but his
shot was deflected by Jet's
goalie Joe Daley. The puck skid-
ded right to the goat, but nestled
on the line and the goal judge
ruled it did not go in.

lead in WHA-finals
The Aeros, taking advant- goal.
age of Winnipeg's long lay- Hedberg took the puck down
off, took control of the game the right side, shot from the
in the early minutes. They got point and, when it bounced off
two quick shots on goal and Grahame's stick, made good on
were continually swarming his own rebound shot.
around the Jets' goalmouth.
Hutghes gave the Aeros the That set up the final per-
first ied at 9:37 when he knock- iod scores of Howe and Hull.
ed in a -ebuond shot from close -
range.
The Jets' first goal was a pic-
ture of teamwork by the line of
Hull, Hedberg and Nilsson.
The trio caught the Aeros
in a three - on - one break
and they made it work per-
fectly. Hull wedged a pass
from the left side over to
Hedberg just in time for him
to squeeze the puck past
Houston goalie Ron Gra-
h me's left side.
The Aeros tied it at 19:30 on
Mark Howe's fourth playoff

Major League Standings

AMERCAN LEAGUE
East
W LPet. Gil
New York 19 11 .633 -
Batimore 16 14 .533 3
Boston 14 16 .467 5
Detroit 13 15 .464 5
Milwaukee 11 14 .440 5?'
Cleveland 13 17 .433 6
West
Kansas City 19 10 .655 -
Texas 19 11 .633 !.
Minnesota 16 14 .533 3
Oakland 15 18 .455 6
Chicago 11 16 .407 7
California 13 23 .361 9i,
Last night's results-
Boston 5, New York 2
California 6, Texas 3
Chicago 3, Minnesota 2
Oakland at Kansas City, n.
Today's Games
Detroit (Bare 2-3) at Baltimore
(Palmer 5-4), n.
t Milwaukee (Travers 2-1) at Cleve-
land (Dobson 3-4). it.
Boston (Tiant 5-2) at New York
(Ellis 4-1), n.
Califotnia (Kirkwood 1-3) at Texas
(Bries 3-1), a.t
Oakland (Blue 3-4) at Chicago
(Brett 0-0), n
Kansas City (Leonard 1-1) at Min-
lesota (Decker 2-3), n.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W 1. Pct. GB
PhtiladiltItia 21 8 .724 -
Pittsbtrgh 20 13 .606 3
New York 20 16 .556 4'
Montreal 13 17 .433 8
Chicago 14 19 .424 9
St. Ltuis 15 -21 .417 91'
West
Los Angeles 22 13 .629 -
Cincinnati 21 14 .600 1
san Diego 17 17 .500 41
Houston 18 20 .474 51
Atlanta 12 23 .343 10
San Francisco 12 24 .333 10'..
Last night's results
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 1
Houston 5, San Diego 4
Philadelphia 5. New York 3
San Francisco 6,Cincinnati 5
:Montreal 3, Chicago 0
Atlanta at Los Angeles, n,
Today's Gantes
St. Louis (Falcone 2-2) at Phila-
deiphia (Carlton 3-1), n.
New York (Matlack 4-0) at Mon-
treal (Rogers 2-4) n.
Chicago (Burris 1-4) at Pittsburgh
(Reuss 4-3) or (Demery 1-0), n.
Cincinnati (Nolan 3-2) at San
Dieto (Jones 7-2), a.
Houston (Richard 5-3) at Los An-
geles (Hooton 3-2) n.
Atlanta (Messersmith 1-4) at San
Francisco (Dressler 0-0). n.

AP Photo
Players from both benches pour onto the field as a brawl erupts during the Boston Red Sox-
New York Yankees game at Yankee stadium last night. The fight started after Lou Piniella
charged into Boston catcherCarlton Fisk at home plate in the seventh inning. Boston won the
game, 8-2.

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