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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 13, 1981-Page 7
TWO-R UN HOMER ENDS 12-INNING MA RA THON

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Parrish heroics

By JIM DWORMAN
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - A new day, a new hero-
that's the way its-been for the Tigers in
this weekend series against the
Cleveland Indians. On Friday night,
Dan Schatzeder provided the heroics as
he pitched six-and-one-third innings of
shut-out relief to lead the Bengals past
the Tribe.
Yesterday afternoon, it was Lance
Parrish's turn. The Tigers' muscular
!catcher crashed a two-run homer into
the left-field stand in the bottom of the

12th inning to finish an 11-9 come-from-
behind victory over the Indians.
Parrish connected on a full-count pit-
ch from Cleveland's Sid Monge (2-5),
the fifth Cleveland pitcher to enter the
game.
Monge set the stage for the game-
winning blast when he walked John
Wockenfuss to start the inning. Darryl
Brown pinch-ran for Wockenfuss and
scored the winning run.
Almost as outstanding as Parrish's
home run was the pitching of Dave
Rozema. The right-hander took over for

ke yTigc
Keven Saucier with one out in the ninth
inning and proceeded to pitch three and
two-thirds of an inning of no-hit relief.
Rosema (5-5) helped his own cause by
fielding three balls for assists and
taking a throw at first for a putout.
The Tigers had battled back from
deficits of 4-0, 6-1 and 8-4 before finally
taking a brief lead from the Tribe with
a five-run rally in the eighth inning.
Camp Summers began the uprising by
smashing a double up the alley in left-
center. Bill Fahey, whom Parrish
eventually replaced in the Tiger line-

win

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VICTORY IN ANN ARBOR:

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Theck nip
By RON POLLACK Wayne State regained the
AIn its game yesterday afternoon at third quarter by capitalizing
Michigan Stadium, Slippery Rock had pery Rock fumble at the R
mora y ad rhig, pe mo k yad yard line. Quarterback Greg
more yards rushing, more yards scored what turned out to b
passing and more first downs than ning touchdown from one yan
Wayne State. But the Rockets also had Slippery Rock then threw
four more turnovers, and as a result ceptions, lost one fumble an
lost 14-13. 27-yard field goal in their
The final outcome of the game, which ossessions. Wa ne State
was played in front of 34,876 people, was y
in question until the Tartar's Bob Van
Gorder fell on a Slippery Rock on-side
kick with less than a minute remaining
in the contest.
PRIOR TO THE on-side kick, Slip
pery Rock had scored on a 10-yard Don
Christian to Tom Weaver scoring
strike, thus narrowing the score to 14-
13. Slippery Rock head coach Fred
Goldsmith disdained the tie and had his
team go for the two-point conversion.
Running back Rick Porter's (27
"carries, 152 yards) attempt to put the '
Rockets on top fell six inches short of
the goal line."
"We could have had a tie," explained
Goldsmith, "But I worked the kids to
death, and it wouldn't have been fair to
them to settle for a tie."
Wayne State took the lead in the first
quarter when Willie Jackson
culminated an eight-play, 65-yard drive c
by going over left guard to score on a
one-yard plunge. Roy Morris' extra
point gave the Tartars a 7-0 lead.
SLIPPERY ROCK looked like they
Would tie up the ball game when
Christian hit Robert Green with a 34-
yard pass in the endzone. However, an
offensive pass interference call e ,
nullified the score.
"The Rockets did in fact tie the score
wlen Christian scored from one yard WAYNE STATE fulbac
out and Keith Johnson split the uprights defensive back Skip Qui
with the extra point. stopping Slippery Rock
seconds of the contest.

peo
lead in the
g on a Slip-
Rockets' 25
g Goldstein
be the win-
rd out.
two inter-
d missed a
next four
could not

14-13

up, followed with a home run of his own,
a line drive into the right-field stands.
Singles by Lynn Jones and Lou
Whitaker put the tying runs on base and
Rickey, Peters sent them home with
another double to left center. Perters
scored when Kirk Gibson ripped a
single off the glove of Cleveland second
baseman Dave Rosello.
Pitchers Mike Stanton, Dennis
Lewallyn and Monge were the victims
of the rally.
It looked at this point as if the Tigers
would pull off a 9-8 victory, but the win
did not come as easily as expected.
With one out in the Cleveland ninth,
Detroit's bullpen ace Saucier hit Toby
Harrah in the hand with a pitch and
then sent him all the way to third base
when a pickoff throw skipped past first
baseman Ron Jackson and rolled all the
way to the Cleveland bullpen down the
right field line. Joe Charboneau singled
in Harrah to send the game into extra
innings.
Cleveland had scored its eight runs
early while collecting only six hits.
Eleven walks and two Tiger errors
comprised the majority of the Indians'
offense.
The game was expected to be a pit-
chers' duel between All-Star Jack
Morris and Len Barker, who earlier
this season, hurled a perfect game
against Toronto, but both were wild.
Morris didn't survive the first inning
while Barker lasted into the seventh,
pitching himself out of numerous jams
throughout the game.

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MY SEX
with Bela Lugosi

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OUTER SPACE
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with Phyllis
Diller

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VALLEY OF
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SUN., SEPT. 27

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FRI., SEPT. 25

SAT., SEPT. 26

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capitalize on these miscues, thus giving
Slippery Rock an opportunity to win the
game when Christian hit Weaver for the
day's final score.
"It was a character win today," said
Wayne State head coach Dave Ferris.
"We didn't win because we had better
x's and o's. We won because we had
character."

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Daily Photo by KIM HILL
k Craig Gerbe carries the football as Slippery Rock
pursues. Wayne State won the ball game 14-13, by
eon a two-point conversion attempt in the waning

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