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The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 11, 1980-Page 13

*ICAGO CUBS' third baseman Steve
Ontiveros makes a dive to his right to
knock down a hit by the New York
Mets' Craig Swan in the fifth inning of
yesterday's game at New York's Shea
Stadium. Led by Swan, who pitched a
seven-hitter and helped his own cause
by driving in two runs with a bases-
loaded single, the Mets won, 5-2. It was
the sixth straight opening day victory
for the New Yorkers.

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Tigers blast K.C. in Opener, 5-
KANSAS CITY (UPI) - Rookie Kirk cano, who hit a two-run homer in the pitched a three-hitter and George Hen- Mets 5, Cubs 2
Gibson homered, tripled and scored two fourth inning, smashed a bases-loaded drick doubled home Bobby Bonds in the NEW YORK (AP) -
runs last night to carry the Detroit homer with two out in the ninth to second inning to give the St. Louis Car- s er YevK hits -
Ti gers to a 5-1 opening game victory power the Milwaukee Brewers to a 9-5 dinals a 1-0 victory over the Pittsburgh scattered seven hits over s
over the Kansas City Royals behind the season-opening victory over the Boston Pirates in their season opener yester- oaded single, two ns th
three-hit pitching of Jack Morris. Red Sox yesterday. day. laed s i l lavi
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Gibson, an All-America football
player at Michigan State two seasons
ago, tied the score 1-1 with a 390-foot
homer over the right-field wall in the
fourth inning off starter Dennis
Leonard, who set a Kansas City team
record with 33 gopher balls in 1979.
Gibson then led off the sixth with a
triple and raced home with the winning
Win on an error by first baseman Willie
ikens on Steve Kemp's grounder.
Richie Hebner followed with a triple to
score Kemp and Jason Thompson
singled home Hebner for the third run
of the inning. Lance Parrish hit a solo
fiomer in the ninth for the Tigers' fifth
run. .
Morris struck out five and walked
three to help Detroit win in Kansas City
for only the third time in its last 12 at-
tempts.
Milwaukee 9, Boston 5
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Sixto Lex-

Ben Ogilvie, Paul Molitor and Don
Money added bases-empty homers for
the Brewers.
With the score tied 5-5, Molitor
singled leading off the Brewer ninth
against Dick Drago, the Red Sox's third
pitcher. After a sacrifice, Dick Davis
fouled out, Ogilvie was intentionally
walked and Gorman Thomas walked on
a 3-2 pitch.
Baltimore 5, Chisox 3
CHICAGO (AP) - Eddie Murray'sJ
two-run double keyed a four-run first
inning yesterday that carried Jim
Palmer and the Baltimore Orioles to a
5-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox
in their season opener.
Palmer, an eight-time 20-game win-
ner, posted his 226th career triumph
and fifth in six opening day assignmen-
ts, with relief help from Tim Stoddard.
Palmer worked seven innings, allowing
two runs on six hits, striking out four
and walking four.
St. Louis 1, Pittsburgh 0
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Pete Vuckovich

Bonds drew a walk with one in the
second and came around to score on
Hendrick's double over third base.
Vuckovich faced only .16 Pirates
before Phil Garner singled with one out
in, the sixth. He also gave up a one-out
single to Bill Madlock in the eighth and
a pinch-single to Lee Lacy to start the
ninth.

Cubs yesterday.
It was the sixth straight opening-day
victory for the Mets, who also got a pair
of runs batted in from Jerry Morales.
Swan, had two hits and a walk, drilled
his two-run single off loser Rick
Reuschel in the sixth inning when New
York snapped a 1-1 tie with four runs.

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BOWLING GREEN' Ky. (AP)-
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basketball Coach Gene Keady said
yesterday he has accepted the head
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Western officials have scheduled a
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Keady informed his Ohio Valley
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Mitchell leads Masters

The winds gusting through the chutes
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Typical of their frustrations were the
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Luciano: he's out!'
- NEW YORK (AP) - Ron Luciano
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Don Ohlmeyer, executive producer of
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