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TUESDAY LUNCH-DISCUSSION
SEPTEMBER 22-12 Noon
"MIDDLE EAST, PEOPLES IN CONFLICT,
AND CHURCHES IN THE USA"
Speaker: DR. HENRY BUCHER
Dr. Bucher is pastor of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church,
C ttage Grove, Wisconsin, and founder and Consultant of
Global Learning Opportunities in Basic Education. He has lived
in China, the Philippines, Israel, Lebanon, Gabon, Ghana and
France. He received his PHD in Comparative World History
from the University of Wisconsin.
at the INTERNATIONAL CENTER
603 E. Madison Street
Lunch $1.00
For additional information, please call 662-5529
CO-SPONSORED BY THE ECUMENICAL CAMPUS CENTER
LSA STUDENTS:.
GET/NVO ,L -VEDV
YOURICOLLEG9E
Interview on Sept. 21 and 22 for a
position on a Student/Faculty committee.
Positions are available on the following col-
lege committees:
Academic Judiciary
Curriculum
Admissions
Student.Faculty Policy Board
LibraryCommittee
To sign up for an interview or for more information stop
by the LSA Student Government office.
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Sunday, Septet

mber 20, 1981 The Michigan Doily
etroit is Indians
ol lto snap losing streak'N
By SCOTT M. LEWIS
special to the Daily
CLEVELAND - Two home runs, strong starting pitching, and a date with the t
Cleveland Indians-a proven panacea for ending a five-game Tiger losing streak.
Detroit did just that yesterday, benefiting from the Indians' version of "Silly Ball"
as they knocked off the last-place Tribe, 4-3, thus remaining only one half game r
behind first place Milwaukee in the torrid American league East.
A bipartisan crowd of 7052, many of whom cheered a banner reading "Go Blue,
Go Tigers," watched Cleveland literally run itself out of the ninth inning. The
Tigers themselves sat in near disbelief as Miguel Dilone attempted to score from
third on a one-out chop to the left side. Dilone is swift, to be sure, but not even
Secretatiat could have scored on the weak grounder. Tiger thirdbaseman Mick
Kelleher fielded the ball on one bounce and threw to catcher Bill Fahey, who
tagged Dilone out by 15 feet.
ROOKIE GEORGE Capuzzello, who came on in relief of starter and winner Dan
Petry, retired Alan Bannister on aroutine fly to secure the triumph and record his
first major league save.
Cleveland had drawn within a run in the ninth on a Von Hayes double and Duarie
Kuiper's RBI single. Dilone, running for Kuiper, stole second and scampered to
third when Falley's throw bounced into centerfield, setting the stage for Dilone's
baserunning blunder.
Aside from Dilone, the main parties responsible for ending the Tigers' slide were
Petry, Champ Summers and Stan Papi. Petry, the 22-year-old righthander who
evened his career mark against Cleveland at 2-2, scattered eight hits, struck out
four and walked only on in raising his record to 9-7. Petry seemed to get stronger in'
the late innings before exiting in the ninth in favor of Capuzzello. Summers had two
hits, including the gamewinner, a booming two-run sixth inning homer (his third)
off Bert Blyleven (11-7). The blast erased a 2-1 Indian lead. Blyleven, who ranks
among the league leaders in strikeouts and earned run average, was forced to
leave the game in the sixth when his elbow stiffened up.
Papi, the first batter to face reliever Mike Stanton, sent a fastball deep into the
leftfield seats for his third home run of the season.
The Tigers, who have won 14 of their last 18 games against Cleveland and are 4-1 s
against the Tribe this year, wrap up this series today at 2 p.m. Jack Morris (12-5)
will face rookie Tom Brendan (1-0).

APPhoo
CLEVELAND INDIANS runner Toby Harrah, back, slides safely into home
as the baseball eludes Detroit Tigers catcher Bill Fahey during fourth inning
action yesterday in Cleveland Stadium.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

M' linksters 4th at ISU invite

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Special to the Daily
TERREHAUTE, Ind. - The
Michigan women's golf team finished a
respectable fourth yesterday in the In-
diana State Invitatonal.
Michigan complied a team score of
699, well behind first place Western
Kentucky's score of 650. Southern
Illinois finished second with a score of
677 fllowed by the University of Cin-
ncinati at 686.
ELAINE SATYSHUR led all
Michigan golfers with a two-round total
of 168. Satushur posted two rounds of"84"
on the par 72 Hulman Linx course.
Karyn Cobert finished second for
Michigan with individual rounds of 85
and 86 for a total of 171.
Melissa Jones of Western Kentucky
won the overall tournament.
This was the third match of the
season for the lady Wolverines who
opened their season two weeks ago. In
their first match the Michigan golfers
captured first place in the -Lady
Wolverine Invitatonal at home. The
team scored 339 points good enough to
beat out Bowling Green, Eastern
Michigan and Ball State.
Linda Drilock won the event with a
score of 81 followed by teammate
Cobert who shot an 83. The two round
tournament was shortned to one round
PUBLIC
SKATING
STARTING SEPT. 14
Monday-Friday
12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
STARTING OCT. 3
Saturday & Sunday
12:30 to 2:15 p.m.
(no skating home football Sat.)
Thursday
8:00 to 10:00 p.m.
SKATE SHARPENING
AND RENTAL AVAILABLE
YOST ICE ARENA
1016 S. State St.
763-0064
(located just south of Packard)

because of rain.
THE NEXT WEEK the linksters *
travelled to Normal, Illinois for the
Illinois State Invitational. The
Wolverines finished sixth out of nine

day at London, Ontario for the
Springbank Invitational.
Spikers fall in semis
Special to the Daily

York Yankees.
Held to seven hits and one run for {
seven innings by Ron Guidry and
trailing 5-1, the Red Sox erupted after
Davis, 3-5, retured the first two battersg

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teams. Cobert led Michigan with a two YPSILANTI - The Michigan inthe eighth. .
day score of 156 for 15th place overall. Women's volleyball team finished in
Kentucky won the tournament with a third place in the Eastern Michigan In- THE VICTORY SNAPPED the
score of 607. Michgian finished wiht a vitational yesterday. rYankees P ine-game winning streak at
total of 655. Michigan reached the semi-finals Fenway Park since Sept. 1979 and was
The Wolverines travel next week to before losing to Miami of Ohio 13-15, 7- only their fifth loss in 131 games since
East Lansing for the Michigan State 15. In the opening round Michigan the start of the 1980 season when they
Invitation. easily handed Ohio University a loss by tookthe lead into the seventh an g.
a score of 15-4, 15-12. The Wolverines With two out Jim Rice started the
Harriers place fourth went on to defeat Eastern Michigan in rally with a single. Carl Yastrzemski
sj cialto the Danly - . the next round 15-7, 15-3. The next mat walked and Carney Lansford scored
LEXINGTON - The Michigan ch proved to be tougher as it took the Rice with a single. Dave Stapleton n
women's cross country team placed Wolverines three games to overcome sdoubled to score Yastrzemski and Lan-
fourth in the entucky Invitational all State by a score of 15-7, 6-15, and e Reggie Jackson's error
forh5nth-enukyIviaioa on the play.
yesterday. L 1h.5-11.atr '' al o A
Purdueyeasily won the meet with a The loss to Miami of Ohio ended a LaRoche came on after a walk to rJ
score of 44. Tennessee was second with four game winning streak for the To re and Je R edtor
s tem toal f 77folowedb cWolverines as their record now stands score Stapleton. Miller looked at three
a team total of 77 followed by Kentucky at 5-3. The netters will play their home balls and then belted his second homer
at 91. The Woverines garnered 112 poin- T .y Western of the season, to right field.
ts edging out Indiana for fourth. enr this Tuesday against Western OHN TUDOR, 4-3 who replaced
MELANY WEAVER led the Boston starter Mike Torrez in the 2
Michigan harriers with a time of Boston 8, New York 5 eighth, got the win wiht ninth inning
18: 15.5 and 7th place overall. Sue BOSTON (AP) - Rick Miller capped help from Mark Clear, who gaited his
Frederick was the next Michigan run- a seven-run eighth inning off relievers ninth save.
ner to cross the finish line. Frederick RonDavis and Dave LaRoche with a The Yankees gave Cuidry good early
finished 8th overall with a time of three-run homer yesterday as the support with'single runs in each off the .
18:24.1. Boston Red Sox staged a dramatic two- first four innings off Torrez, including
The team's next meet is next Satur- out rally for an 8-5 victory over the New Bobby Murcer's homer in the third.

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