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Thursday, May 27, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Tigers, Birds split twinbill

LeFlore keeps it up!
Streak at 29 games

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Ron LeFlore ex-
tended his hitting streak to 29
games with a two-run homer
in the fifth inning and powered
the Detroit Tigers to a 6-2 vic-
tory over the Baltimore Orioles
and a split of their twinight
doubleheader yesterday.
The 29-game streak equals
the longest by a Tiger since
Pete Fox in 1935.
The Tiger record is 40 set by
Ty Cobb in 1911. It is the long-
est American League hitting
streak since Dom DiMaggio of
Boston put together a 34-game
streak in 1949.
In the National League Rico
Carty had a 31-game streak in
1970 with Atlanta.
Baltimore took the first
game 6-0 behind the seven-hit
pitching of Doyle Alexander
and four RBI's from Lee May.
Detroit went into the fifth in-
ning of the nightcap with the
scsre tied 1-1 and broke it with
a run on consecuive doubles by
John Wockenfuss and rookie
Chuck Scrivener.
One out later LeFlore tag-
ged a pitch from Ross Grims-
ley, 1-3, into the upper deck
in right center field, some 380
feet away and 50 feet up.

Baltimore got a run in the
third off winner Ray Bare, 3-4,
on singles by Tim Nordbrook,
Bobby Grich and Reggie Jack-
son. Bare was relieved by John
Hiller after a Grich homer in
the eighth.
Tribe scalps
NEW YORK - Oscar Gamble
stitng his former team with a
run-scoring pinch single in the
seventh inning, capping a three-
run rally that lifted the New
York Yankees to a 4-3 victory
over the Cleveland Indians last
night.
Gamble connected off re-
liever Tom Buskey-a formes
Yankee-with two out to score
pinch-runner Sandy Alomar,
who had stolen second base.
Lou Piniella started the rally
with a one-out single off loser
Iron Hood, 1-3, and Graig Net-
tIes tied the score with his
fourth home run of the season.
Bosox bumped
MILWAUKEE - The Milwau-
kee Brewers, powered hy two-
run home runs by Gorman
Thomas and George Scott and
a two-run single by Don Money,
defeated the Boston Red Sox
6-2 last night.
Winner Jim Slayton, 7-1,
scattered eight hits and pitch-
out of several ams.
The Brewers took the lead to'
stay at 2-1 in the second on a
single by Robin Yount and
Thomas' second homer of the
year.
A single by Darrell Porter and
Scott's fourth homer made it
4-1 in the third.
The Brewers scored two
more in the fourth on a walk,
an error by reliever Jim Wil-
loughby, a sacrifice and
Money's two-run single.
Singles by Rick Miller and
Denny Doyle and a sacrifice fly
by Fred Lynn gave the Red Sox
a 1-0 first-inning lead. They
scored again in the seventh on
a walk and a two-out double by
Lynn.

Amazing Ron LeFlore singles in the first game of a doubleheader with the Orioles. LeFlore's hit
increased his consecutive game hitting sterak to 28. He furthered it in the night cap with a two-
run home run to spark the Tigers to a 6-2 win.
SPORT BEST RECORD IN BASEBALL

Phiies flame. past Mets

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA -
Steve Carlton pitched a three-
hit shutout for his fifth con-
secutive victory and Greg Lu-
zinski and Ollie Brown belted
two-run homers last night as
the red-hot Philadelphia Phil-
lies beat the New York Mets
5-0.
Carlton, 5-1, struck out one
and walked one in hurling his
fifth complete-game triumph.
The Phillies grabbed a 1-0
lead in the first inning off
Mets starter Jon Matlack when
Larry Bowa walked, took sec-
ond on a passed ball by catcher
Jerry Grote and scored on
Mike Schmidt's single.
Bows ripped a single to

right to start the fourth. Lu-
zinski then smashed a drive
over the left-center field
fence, the sixth home run of
the year for the husky out-
fielder.
The Phillies completed their
scoring in the eighth inning
when Luzinski reached third on
a three-base error.
Cincy soured
C I N C I N N A T I-Darrel
Chaney, a former Cincinnati
player, drilled a basds-loaded
double in the ninth inning to
propel the Atlanta Braves past
the Cincinnati Reds 4-3 yester-
day.
The Reds, had led 1-0 after

seven innings behind the two-hit
pitching of.Gary Nolan, but fell
behind 2-1 when Atlanta pinch-
hitter Cito Gaston delivered a
two-run single in the eighth.
Pitt pounces
PITTSBURGH -- Dave Park-
er, returning to action after a
13-game absence due to a knee
injury, drove in two runs with
a pinch-hit single in a five-run
sixth inning that carried the
Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-3 vic-

tory over the Montreal Expos
last night.
Richie Zisk and Bill Robin-
son each singled and then
Richie Hebner and pinch-
hitter Bob Robertson drew
consecutive walks - each on
four pitches - to force in a
run and chase Warthen.
Parker, out of action since
May 12 with a strained knee,
greeted reliever Wayne Gran-
ger with a two-run single up
the middle. Rennie Stennett
followed with a two-run double.

Big Tenmfares poorly in
NCAA tennis tourney

Major League Standings
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. 6Bn
Philadelphia 26 9 .743 -
Pittsburgh 231 7.575 5
New York 22 20 .524 7%
Montreal 56 206.444 10%
Chicago t7 22 .436 11
St. Louis 17 24 .41512
West
Los Angeles 26 15 .634 -
Cincinnati 24 16 .00 1%
San Diego so0ss9 as13 a
Houston 1826 .4059 1
Atlanta 16 26 .381 10x/2
San Francisco 16 27 .372 11
Yesterday's Results
Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 3
Chicago 4. St. Louis 2
san Francisco 11, Houston 4
Pittsburgh 6, Montreal 3
Philadelphia 5, New York 0
Los Angeles at San Diego, n
Today's Games
St. Louis (Falcone 2-3) at Chicago
(Repko 0-1).
New York (Koosman 5-1) at Phila-
delphia (Kaat) 2-2), n.
San Francisco (talicki 2-7) at San
Diego (Foster 0-0), n.
Only games scheduled

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GB
New York 23 13 .639 -
Baitimore 19 18 .514 4
Boston 17 19 .472 6
Milwaukee 15 17 .469 6
Cleveland 17 20 .459 6
Detroit 15 20 .429 7 f2
West
Kansas City 23 12 .657 -
Texas 21 15 .583 2%
Chicago 18 16 .529 4%
Minnesota 18 1 .500 5%
Oakland 17 23 .425 8%
California 15 27 .357 11%
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 6-2, Detroit 0-6
New York 4, Cleveland 3
Milwaukee 6, Boston 2
Kansas City 14, Texas 2, 1st game
Today's Games
koston (Jenkins 3-5) at Milwau-
kee (Broberg 1-4).
Minnesota (Blyleven 4-3) at Oak-
land (Torrex 4-5).
Cleveland (Peterson 0-3) at New
York (R. May 3-1), n.
Baltimore (Holtzman 3-2) at De-
troll (Coleman 2-3). n
Kansas City (Nplittorff 3-5) at
Texas (Singer 3-1), n.
Chicago (Jefferson 1-1) at Cali-
fornia (Tanana 5-3), n.

Special To The Daisy
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - Second seeded
singles player Brian Teacher of UCLA was
the first upset victim in the opening round of
the 92nd annual NCAA Championship Tourna-
ment.
TEACHER WAS DROPPED by Louisiana
State's Gary Albertine, 6-3, 7-5. Teacher was
the only highly regarded player to lose in the
first round.
Teammate Peter Fleming, the top seed in
the tourney, picked up the slack with a 7-5,
6-0 conquest of Ali Kahn from Oklahoma State.
UCLA was favored to win again this year, but
west coast rivals USC and Stanford will try to
take advantage of Teacher's downfall.
IN MATCHES of interest to Big Ten fans,
only one of six Wolverine and Buckeye per-
formers remains in the field. Francisco Gon-
zales, number one singles title holder of the
conference, advanced into the second round
after downing Jackie Bushman of Auburn, 6-3,
7-5.

Gonzales will face Stewart Keller from
Texas in the next round.
Francisco's brother Pedro was dumped 6-2,
6-4, by Jeff Robinson from Alabama, who is
ranked 13th. John Botica and Jim Flower also
fell by the wayside for OSU as they were dis-
posed of by Chris Delaney of SMU, 6-7, 7-6,
6-1, and USC's Mike Newberry, 6-3, 6-2, re-
spectively.
BIG TEN team champion Michigan fared
no better than Ohio State. Senior Eric Fried-
ler played his last match for the Maize and
Blue, losing to Joe Edler of SMU, 4-6, 7-5, 6-4.
Jeff Etterbeek dropped Rice's Ross Persons,
6-1, 4-6, 6-4, but then felt the agony of defeat
when he was eliminated by Ricardo Ycaza of
Houston, 1-6, 6-4, 6-1.
IN DOUBLES, Etterbeek and Friedler will
open against the Dartmouth duo of Rob Tesar'
and Peter Renner.
After one day of competition, UCLA, USC,
Stanford, and Trinity, as expected, were lead-
ing the pack.

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