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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, May 26, 1976

,~,Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, May 26, 1976

.tit subdues

Tigers, 2-0
I LeFlore gets another

hit! Streak
ly The Associated iress
BOSTON - Carl Yastrzemski
lined a two-run homer and Luis
Tiant fashioned his second shut-
out of the season last night as
the surging Boston Red Sox
edged the Detroit Tigers 2-0 for
their 11th victory in their last
14 games.
Yastrzemski, who belted three
homers in a game in Detroit
last week, connected for his
eighth homer after Carlton Fisk
opened the fourth with a walk.
Yaz went to the opposite field
with an outside pitch and sent a
shot into the left field screen.
Tiant gave up seven hits,
but stymied the Tigers while
hiking his record to 6-2. Ie
struck out eight, including
Willie Horton three times, and
didn't walk any.
Ron Leflore extended his hit-
ting streak to 27 games with a
double down the right field line
in the fourth inning. The major
league's leading hitter went one
for four in the game.
Rookie Mark Fidrych, who
beat Cleveland on a two-hitter
in his major league debut, was
the victim of Yastrzemski's
homer and Tiant's pitching.

still alive
Orioles clipped
BALTIMORE - Pat Dobson
allowed only four hits after giv-
ing ip a run in the third, finish-
ing with a nine-hitter as he
hurled the Cleveland Indians to
a 3-1 victory over the Baltimore
Orioles last night.
Dobson, 4-5, was helped by
four double plays, including one
in each of the first two innings.
But he then yielded a run on
singles by Dave Duncan, Al
Bombry and Bobby Grich.
The Indians scored two runs
in the second off Jim Palmer,
5-5, on a walk to Boog Powell
and singles by George Hendrick,
Alan Ashby and Frank Duffy.
Yanks blanked
NtEWV YORK - Bill Travers
p i t h e d a four-hitter and
G -rr Scott drove in a run
wish . sicrifice fly in the fourth
innig as the Milwaukee Brew-
ers e d g e d the New York
Yankees 1-0 last night.
Travers, a tall left-hander,
walked two and struck out eight
as he outdueled Dock Ellis and
lowered his earned run average
to 1.90. Both pitchers have 4-2
records.
Ellis allowed four hits, but one
of them was Darrell Porter's
leadoff double in the fourth.
Porter took third on BobH Ian-
sen's grounder and scisred on
Scitt's fly, to center field.

AP Photo
VETERAN PITCHER JIM LONBORG bites the dust trying to field a grounder off the bat of
Met Bud tHarrelson. The Phillies won the game, 8-4.

REDS RIP BRAVES
Hot Phihies nail Mets, 8-4

ly The Associated Press
P H I L A D E L P H I A-
Jay Johnstone slammed four
hits, including a home run,
drove in two runs and scored
three as the sizzling Phila-
delphia Phillies beat the New
York M e t s 8-4 last night
for their 24th victory in 30
games.
The Phillies rallied from a 3-0
first - inning deficit to help un-
beaten Jim Lonborg earn his
seventh victory. The Phillies
raked New York ace Tom Sea-
ver, 4-4, for seven runs on 14
Nits before he left for a pinch
litter in the seventh.
Lonborg fell behind in the
first when he gave up a walk,
a run - scoring double to Fe-
lix Millan, a sacrifice fly and
')ave Kingman's 16th homer
of the season, tops in the ma-
jors.
The Philadelphia right-hander

left after seven innings for a
pinch hitter after giving up
eight hits and four runs, strik-
ing our four and walking two.
Reliever Ron Reed finished the
job.
Braves bombed
CINCINNATI - George foster
homered twice and drove in five
runs for the second straight
game, helping unbeaten rookie
Sant Alcala win his fourth
straight game with an10-4 deci-
sion over the Atlantti Braves
last night.
Foster had a three-run homer
in the sevneth, a solo shot in
the third, and a run-scoring
single in the first.
Alcala, 4-0, held Atlanta hit-
less until the fifth when Row-
land Office singled to key a
two-run rally. Alcala walked
six batters in six innings of
wor kand Pedro Borbon finished

up for the Reds. Carl Morton,
0-5, took the loss for Atlanta.

Pirates
PITTSBU

Cubs drubbed hit a two-r
run 11th in
CHICAGO - Willie Crawford treal Expos
drove in three runs with a two- the Pittsbu
run homer and a double and night.
set up another with a single to
power the St. Louis Cardinals With the f
to a 5-2 victory over the Chicago 10 innings,
Cubs yesterday. their go-ah
Crawford wiped out a 2-1 Cubs relief pitch
lead by smashing his third scored upo
homer of the season with two prior relie
out in the sixth inning after season.
Bake McBride had been hit by
a Ray Burris pitch. Trailing 2
ning, the E
The Cubs took a 1-0 lead in tie on a do
the second on a double by that scored
Larry Biittner and a single by third.
Steve Swisher.
The Cardinals tied it in the
fourth. Ted Simmons singled for
his 1,000th major league hit, yes:.
went to third on a single by AMF
Crawford and scored on a single E
by Fairly.

sunk
RGH--Larry Parrish
iun double in a four-
ning to give the Mon-
s a 6-3 victory over
rgh Pi rates last
game tied 2-2 through
the Expos scored all
ead runs off Pirate
er Bob Moose, un-
n in all 13 of his
f appearances this
2-1 into the eighth in-
Expos pulled into a
uble by Jerry White
Pepe Mangual from

Ron LeFlore . .
... hits one more

Major League Standngs

RICANtLEAGUE
East

Winnipeg nears WHA title
with 6-3 win over Houston

By The Associated Press
WINNIPEG--Ulf Nilsson scored three goals and
the Winnipeg Jets, scoring four times in the open-
ing period, defeated the Houston Aeros 6-3 last
night to take a commanding 3-0 lead in their
best-of-seven World Hockey Association cham-
pionship final.
, The Jets can wrap up their first WHA crown
ever by beating defending champion Houston
here Thursday night. Should the Aeros win that
game, the fifth game of the series will be played
in Houston Friday night.
NILSSON SCORED once in each period before a
standing room only crowd of 10,384. He has scored
seven goals in the playoffs and 23 points, more

than any other player.
The Jets, who won the first two games in Hous-
ton by one-goal margins, broke Game Three open
early, taking a 2-0 lead on goals just 59 seconds
apart in the first 3/2 minutes.
Veli Ketola opened the scoring at 2:24 of the
period, then Nilsson made it 2-0 with a short-
handed goal at 3:23.
Mark Howe of Houston took advantage of that
power play to score at 3:48, but Winnipeg re-
sponded with a pair of power play goals of its
own to take a 4-1 lead after the first period,
Anders Hedberg scoring at 8:49 and Peter Sul-
livan at 11:33.

VVa c. "N
New York, 22 13 .629 -
Baltimore 18 17 .514 4
Boston 17 18 .486 5
Cleveland 17 19 .472 5%
Milwaukee 14 17 .452 6
DETROIT 14 19 .424 7
West
Kansas City 22 12 .647 -
Texas 21 14 .600 1Y/
Chicago 17 16 .515 4r ,
Minnesota 18 17 .514 4%
Oakland 16 23 .410 9Y
California 15 26 .366 10t
Yesterday's Results
Boston 2, DETROIT 0
Cleveland 3, Baltimore 5
Milwaukee 1, NewYork 0
Kansas City at Texas, pp., rain
Chicago at Califoenia, n
Minnesota at Oakiand,n
Today's Games
Baltimore (Grimsley 1-2 and
Alexander 2-1) at Detroit (Bare 2-4
and Laxton 0-1) 2, t-n.
Cleveland (Hood 1-2) at New
York (Hunter 4-5), n.
Boston (Pole u-1) at Milwaukee
(Slaton 6-1), B.
Kansas City (Fitzmorris 5-1) at
Texas (Briles 4-1), n.
Chicago (nrett 1-0) at California
(Kirkwood 1-4), n.
Minnesota (Glotz 3-2) at Oak-
land (Mitchell 1-2 or Btue 3-5), n.

NATIONALsLEAGUE
East
W L Pct. G R
Philadelphia 25 9 .735 -
Pittsburgh 22 17 .564 5%
New York 22 19 .537 6%
Montreal 16 19 .457 9Y
St. Louis 17 23 .425 11
Chicago 16 22 .421 11N
West
Los Angeles 26 14 .650 -
Cincinnati 24 15 .615 1%
San Diego 19 19 .500 6
Houston 18 24 .429 9
Atlanta 15 26 .366 11%
San Francisco 14 27 .341 12%
Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 5, Chicago 2
Monteal 6, Pittsburgh 3, 11 inn.
Philadelphia 0, New York 4
Cincinnati 10, Atlanta 4
Los Angeles at san Diego, n
Houston at San Francisco, n
Today's Games
Atlanta (Messersmsith 2-4) at
Cincinnati (Nolan 3-3).
St. Louis (Denny 2-2) at Chicago
(RB. Reusehel 3-3).
Houston (Niekro 2-5 or Dierker
4-4) at San Francisco (Barr 1-4).
Montreal (Warthen 1-3) at Pitts-
burgh (Kison 3-3), n.
New York (Matlack 4-0) at Phil-
adelphia (Carlton 4-1), n.
Los Angeles (Hooton 4-2) at San
Diego (Foster 0-1), n.

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