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Orioles hold back



(Specialto the Daily)
DETROIT- Seldom used outfielder,
Benny Ayala drilled a two-run homer to
put the Orioles on top, and Sammy
Stewart kept them there with eight and
one-third innings of shut-out relief, as
Baltimore kept its slim playoff hopes
alive with a 7-3 victory over the Detroit
The Tigers broke our on top in the fir-
st inning, as they hit Baltimore starter
Jim Palmer early and often, driving

him from the mound with three runs.
KIRK GIBSON started the rally with
a one-out walk, promptly stole second
and then scored on a single by Steve
Kemp. Kemp came home on a double
by Richie Hebner, who eventually
scored as former Michigan Quarter-
back Rick Leach bounced a base hit to
But the Orioles struck back with a
vengeance, knocking Detroit starter
George Cappuzzello, (1-1), from the
mound with four'third-inning runs. Fir-
st baseman Eddie Murray who was two

Club Sports Roundup
If the Michigan 'A' rugby team had its way, its contest against the
Southside Irish on Saturday would have been delayed by a few minutes. Not
because the Wolverines weren't punctual for the match, but rather, because
they are notoriously slow starters. Its 21-11 victory over the Irish, comfor-
table as it may have been, was no ekception.
"We usually start slow," said Michigan rugger Dave Weber. "That's a
problem we've had last year and this year.
In keepingwith this tendency, the sluggish Wolverines fell behind 4-0 in the
early going of the match. Once they woke up, however, the Michigan ruggers
reeled off 21 consecutive points.
"We just started playing like we are capable of playing," said Weber. "At
first I think we overestimated them. But after 15 or 20 minutes, we got
Then with the game seemingly out of reach, Michigan returned to its,
game-opening doldrums. The Chicago-based Southside Irish scored the next
seven points of the contest, toend the scoring.
"Once we got up to 21-4, we sat back a little," said Weber. "Then two or
three players got injured.
The Wolverines' leading scorer was John Hartmann, who notched two
tries (four points each). Lane Bertrand and Keith Stone each added a'try,
while Greg Rose got on the scoreboard with a penalty kick (three points) and
a conversion (two points).
The 'A' team's next match is this Saturday at Elbel Field against arch-
rival Detroit. The match will begin at noon.
The Michigan 'B' squad also played against the Southside Irish, winning
13-3 in a game played in the rain. The Wolverines controlled play, but had
difficulty cashing in on several scoring opportunities.
Mark Hoch was the 'B' squad's leading scorer, with his five points coming
on a penalty kick and a conversion. Frank Falzetta and Ken Phillips each
scored a try to account for the rest of Michigan's points.
After the full 90 minutes of play, the Michigan graduate soccer club
emerged victorious over Wayne State 4-2, but for all practical purposes the
game was won in a two-and-a-half minute period
In the second half, Wayne State.led 2-1 when the Wolverines exploded for
three quick goals. At 70:56, right winger Jim Landau knotted the score at 2-Z,
when he intercepted a pass, curved around the hapless Wayne State goalie
and pushed the ball into the net. Only 45 seconds after Landau's equalizer,
left winger Jeff Martin scored on a long pass from David Cummiskey when
the ball slipped through the legs of a Wayne State defender. Fifty seconds
later, center-forward Walter Bianchi ended the Wolverine scoring barrage
when he outfaked his defender at the 18-yard box and slammed a shot into
the lower right corner of the goal.
The women's soccer club is going through a period of transition, and along
with these adjustments, there is one other change that they would like to
make: the, result of its game against Central Michigan, which ended with the
Chippewas on top, 5-0. 1
"We've only practiced three times and we have a new coach (Bert Haas),"
said Michigan's Peggy Bush. "None of us have ever played the type of soc-
cer our coach wants us to play."
Despitethe lopsided loss, Bush said that the Wolverines are on the same
competitive level as Central Michigan. "We definitely have a side that is as
good as theirs," she said. "We just haven't played together long enough."

for three with four RBI's, got the Birds
on the board with a two-out, two-run
double, and he scored ahead of Ayala's
game-winning homer.
Baltimore added one run in the fifth
on an RBI-single by Terry Crowley, and
Murray capped the scoring with a
tremendous two-run homer into the up-
per deck in right in the seventh inning
off Tiger reliever Aurelio Lopez.
Meanwhile, Stewart, (4-7), was
checking the Tigers on seven hits over
the last eight innings. A last-gasp Tiger
rally in the ninth went a-glimmering
when Kemp bounced into a game-
ending double play.
A crowd of 26,991 was on hand as the
Tigers fell to 27-20 for the second
season. With the victory, the Orioles
pulled to within a game and a half of the
Brewers 1, Red Sox 0
Brouhard broke up a scoreless battle
with his second homer of the year in the
seventh inning and Pete Vuckovich
fired a three-hitter, leading Milwaukee
to a 1-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox
last night and boosting the Brewers into
first place in the American League
The Brewers' victory and Detroit's 7-
3 loss to Baltimore dropped the Tigers
into second place, one-half game behind
Milwaukee. The Red Sox are third, 11/
games out.
Loser Frank Tanana, 3-10 for the
season and 0-6 since the players' strike
ended, carried a three-hitter into the
Brewers' seventh and retired Sal Bando
on a pop foul. But Brouhard lined his
next pitch into the left-center field
Giants 4, Reds 0
Hargesheimer and Greg Minton com-
bined for a four-hit shutout and Jerry
Martin hit a two-run homer and scored

twice as the San Francisco Giants
cooled off the red-hot Cincinnati Reds A-
0 in a key National League West
Division game last night.
Indians 6, Yankees 2
CLEVELAND (AP)- Jorge Orta
drove in three runs and Miguel Dilone
scored three to support the six-hit pit-
ching of Tom Brennan and spark the
Cleveland Indians to a 6-2 victory over
the New York Yankees last night.
Brennan, 2-1; struck out three and
walked two as he hurled his first com-
plete game in the majors.
. Dilone opened the Indians' first with
a single and scored when Von Hayes
and Toby Harrah singled. The Indians
knocked out Yankee starter Rick
Reuschel, 4-3, in the second on Orta's
two-run single.
The Yankees touched Brennan for a
run in the third when Andre Robertson
singled with two out, took second as
Bobby Murcer walked and scored on
Larry Milbourne's single.
Reggie Jackson cut the Cleveland
lead to 3-2 when he slugged his 15th
homer and 425th of his career, a solo
shot in the fourth. It was his third
homer in three days.
Cleveland reached Yankee relievers
Dave LaRoche and George Frazier for
three runs in the seventh on an RBI
single by Orta, a run-scoring double by
Hayes and Harrah's RBI single.
Royals 6, Twins 1
Willie Aikens and Hal McRae hit two-
run homers and Dennis Leonard pit-
ched a five-hitter, leading the Kansas
City Royals to a 6-1 triumph over the
Minnesota Twins yesterday.
The victory put the first-place Royals
3% games ahead of the Twins in the
American League West Division.;
OAKLAND, the first-half champion,
fell 11/2 games behind the Royals. The
A's were idle yesterday.
Aikens' blast, his 17th of the year,
came in the second inning off loser
Brad Havens, 3-6, and scored McRae,
who had singled. McRae connected for
his seventh homer of the season in the
ninth inning off reliever-Don Cooper. It
scored Amos Otis, who had singled.
Leonard, who has won five of his last
six starts, struck out eight and im-
proved his record to 12-11.
Minnesota's Dave Engle had three
hits, extending his hitting streak to 14
games. He singled in the first and
seventh innings, and hit his fifth homer
of the season in the fourth. All five of his
homers have come during his hitting

CLEVELAND SECOND BASEMAN Duane Kuiper leaps out of Yankee run-
ner Reggie Jackson's way after forcing Jackson at second last night in

Sigma Nu 6, Delta Tau Delta 5
Delta Upsilon 6, Lambda Chi Alpha I
Theta Chi 14, Chi Psi 6
Zeta Psi 12, Kappa Sigma 2
Sigma Phi 11, Thetaxi10
Chi Phi 6, Beta Theta Pi4
Michigan House Women I1, Sanford's Sluggers 0
AwesomeGiants 13, Hi Hos0
Wasps 13, Spud Boys 11
Warriors 7 DAILY LIBELS 5.
Sixty-niners 4, Wallons 1
Legal Beagles 19, Butler Wonders 1
The Stroke 9, Hemorroids 0 (forfeit)
821st Squadron 11, Flying Kites 0
State St. Stampeders 19, White Whales 15
Giants 11, Black Sheep 3
730 p.m.
'Coalition against
The Family
Protection Act
Wekler Room
Discussion of Legal, Social,
and Political aspects of The
Family Protection Act.

Apes 12,Glee Club 0
Couzens Starriders 14, Viscount Bamf 4
Super Uppers 16, Law Gold 15
IPP$, 8 Mutants 1
DD'A' 17, Corpus Delect 6
Ball Burnishers 18, Cosmic Rats 3
Residence Hall
Gomberg'A' 15, Chicago Maize 12
Michigan House B 9,Kelsey Root Blue 0 (forfeit
Van Tyne 13, Wenley 'A' 3
Huber Beers 14. Huber Huherites 5




Milwaukee .........
Detroit .............
Boston ............
Baltimore ..........
x-New York ........
Toronto ............




Horse Drawn
Hay and Sleigh
Horseback Riding
Overnight Campouts
Waterloo Riding
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x-First-half division winner,
Yesterday's results
Baltimore 7, Detroit 3
Cloveland,6, New York 2
Milwaukee 1, Boston 0


American League
Kansas City 6, Minnesota g
National League
Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 0
San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 0
Atlanta 2, Los Angeles 1


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The Club Sports Roundup
Michigan club sports during
mation was compiled by

related briefly the activities of the
the previous week. This week's infor-
Daily sportswriter Ron Pollack.


Sports on Tap
October 3-at Indiana, 1:30 p.m.
October 2-Notre Dame, Invitational,
2 p.m.
October 2-3-Purdue Invitational
3 p.m.
October 3-IOWA, 10 a.m.
October 1-SCItOOLCRAFT CC, 7 p.m.
October 2-3-Spartan Invitational

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