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Page 10--Wednesday, October 7, 1981-The Michigan Daily
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y

A's dump Roya

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KANSAS CITY (AP) - Wayne Gross
hit a three-run homer, and Mike Norris,
who twice escapeql bases-loaded jams,
limited Kansas City to four singles, '
leading Oakland to a 4-0 victory over
the Royals in the opener of the Amer-
can League West Division playoffs
yesterday.
Gross slammed a 2-1 pitch from right-
hander Dennis Leonard over the right-
field fence in the fourth inning. All three
runs were unearned because of a
throwing error by third baseman
George Brett on what would have been
the third out of the inning.
Leonard, who had shut out the A's the
two previous times he faced them this
season, surrendered only seven hits in
his eight innings' work.
Dwayne Murphy hit a 3-2 pitch for a
solo' home run with one out in the
eighth. It was the first earned run the
A's had managed against Leonard in
251/3 innings.
Norris, who won his first six decisions
of the year and finished 12-9, consisten-
tly handcuffed the Royals with an array

of offspeed deliveries. He struck out
two and walked three.
Stickers beat Albion, 2-1
Special to the Daily
ALBION - The women's field hockey
team traveled to Albion College yester-
day and defeated the Britons by. a
score of 2-1. The "score was closer than
the flow of the contest would appear to
dictate, as Michigan dominated play.
The quick pace early in the game
heated up things for participants and
spectators alike who braved the chilly
weather. The Albion front line kept the,
ball in the Michigan zone during the
opening pinutes; but the tempo
changed quickly.
THE WOLVERINES took play to the
other end of the field, applying pressure
on the Britons until Kay McCarthy,
sophomore, was able to score at the
20:04 mark. Michigan followed up by
continuing its barrage of shots at the
Albion goalie, but for the next five

is in opener
minutes the Britons repelled the efforts. Still, the Ranj
Then junior Sara Forrestel, standing in 2-1 lead as Pi
front of the net, finally broke through Allison beat
with a goal on an assist by her sister Gilbert after 0l
Julie to make the score 2-0. on a breakawa
As play resumed the Michigan team game. At 6:H
tried to build on its lead but again reosoask
missed with several shots on goal. "Wen also was makin
controlled play almost the entire game being acquire
but it just didn't show up in the week.
score,"said Michigan coach Candy sent 6:19 of th
fots
Zientek. a 2-1 Ranger le
In the second half things looked like a rea
they might turn the game around when, with a rocket o
at te 2:00 arkAlbion's Tomasini only 1:28 later.
at the 20:00 mark, AlinsTmsi Then the
Tolizzi scored on a penalty shot against Detroit's youn
Michigan goalie Jonnie Lee Terry.g
Terry was able to keep all of the other puck past Ran
seven Albion shots out, though, to Steve Weeks a
preserve the victory. Michigan Osborne was lef
finished with a total of 40 shots on goal. Weeks, who v
The Michigan offensive award was second NHL sta
given to Denise Comby who spent much Astros 3, I
of the game playing keep-away with the
ball from the Albion defense. The HOUSTON (
defensive award was received by Mc- HOUSTON (l
Carthy. Alan Ashby clul
Michigan hosts Western Michigan homer over the
today at Ferry Field at 4:00. ninth inning an
Los Angeles or
JAMES THOMPSON Astros to a 3-1v
Red Wings 5, Rangers 2 of their Nati
Division playoff
NEW YORK (AP) - Rookie Mark
Osborne scored his first National Ashby's two
Hockey League goal and John Ogrod- Dodger relief
nick added a pair of tallies as the who relieved st
Detroit Red Wings ruined the debut of zuela in the nin
Herb Brooks as Rangers coach with a 5- out Caesar Ced
2 victory over New York yesterday. and then got Ar
The Brooks touch - which emphasizes Ken Landreaux
puck control and total use of the ice and
was the system used by the Brooks -
coached 1980 United States Olympic But pinch-hitt
team in their skate to the gold medal - hit a single to
rarely was in evidence for the Rangers. before Ashby ca
New York players often seemed unsure pitch thrown to1
of where their mates were in the sloppy Astrodome's m
game.

,4-0
gers were able to build a
'eter Wallin and Mike
Detroit goalie Gilles
grodnick had connected
ay at just 2:12 into the
6, Wallin knocked in a
ot by Mike Rogers, who
g his Ranger debut after
d from Hartford last
e second period, Allison
lapshot past Gilbert for
ad. But Ogrodnick tied it
of his own from '45 feet
20-year-old Osborne,
Best player, tapped the
nger rookie goaltender
t 17:51 of the period.
ft unchecked in front of
was making only his
rt.
Dodgers 1
AP)- Houston catcher
bbed a two-out, two-run
right field fence in the
d Nolan Ryan shut down
rn two hits to lead the
victory in the first game
onal League Western
I yesterday.
-run shot came off
pitcher Dave Stewart,
tarter Fernando Valen-
th. Stewart, 0-1, struck
eno to start the inning
t Howe on a fly ball to'
in center field.
;er Craig Reynolds then
o shallow center field
ame on and hit the first
him by Stewart into the
ezzanine level..

SOFTBALL
The playoffs began in intramural softball this weekend, and the following
is a rundown of play in the 'A' divisions.
RESIDENCE HALL
Van Tyne 11, 4 JC Brew Bros 3: Van Tyne breezed to victory behind eight
extra base hits, including two home runs, one triple and five doubles. In all,
the Van Tyne batters accounted for 16 hits.
Huber House 'A' 10, Bursely Bruins 3: A six run second inning and two
doubles and a triple by Barry Hunt led Huber House to its comfortable win.
Adam's Spasms 20, Too Hot Too Handle 0: Adam's Spasms scored 10 runs
in the first inning and was never challenged thereafter. Chris Fowler and
Jim Laarman hit home runs for the winners, while Nate Forbes rapped two
triples. The Spasms added three runs in the second stanza, four in the third
frame and three in the fifth. Too Hot'Too Handle, meanwhile, could muster
only six hits.
FRATERNITY
Theta Delta Chi 4, Phi Delta Theta 2: Kurt Koenigsmann, Stu Healey, Bill
Valliencourt and Steve Shucker each crossed the plate once for the victors.
Phi Gamma Delta 7, Sigma Phi Epsilon 2: Centerfielder Bob Pierce and
pitcher Gord Erlet each scored twice to pace Phi Gamma Delta in its win.
Chi Phi 9, Evans Scfolars 2: Chi Phi scored five runs in the third inning
enroute to its playoff victory over Evans Scholars. Pete Spencer singlehan-
dedly outscored Evans Scholars as he crossed home plate three times.
Sigma Nu 12, Theta Chi 4: Five runs in the fourth stanza and five in the six-
th spelled, "lights out" for Theta Chi.
INDEPENDENT
Beaver Patrol 13, Warriors 1: Mike Rucinski clduted two runs for the
Beaver Patrol in this romp.
Free Balers 10, Taints & Schitopogism 5: Andy Rohm, the Free Basers'
centerfielder, cracked a home run in the second inning for the first score of
the contest. The Free Basers scratched and clawed for six runs in the fifth
frame on five singles and a walk.
Arbory Pirates 7, State St. Stampeders 0: Six different players scored for
the Pirates as they whitewashed the Stampeders. Third baseman Kevin
Holden was the only participant to score twice in the game.
GRADUATE/FACULTY/STAFF
Odonto Blasters 15, Plus-One 3: The Odonto Blasters got out of the box
quickly, as its first four batters in the first inning all scored. The Blasters
added six more tallies in the fourth stanza. Marc Steingold and Jeff Jacob-
son each scored three times in this one-sided contest.
Cementicles 9, Cremasters 6: Rob Rousseau hit a fifth inning homer to
help the Cementicles get by the Cremasters in this closely contested game.
Prior to the fifth inning, the Cementicles had scored two runs in the first in-
ning, three in the second and three more tallies in the third frame;
DSD 'A' 7, Shea's Rebellion 2: John McMahon and Jim Hosner each not-
ched two runs for DSD 'A' in its winning endeavor. The winners got three
runs in the opening frame and four more in the third. After the third inning,
DSD 'A' scored no more, but the Rebellion could not generate enough offense
to overcome their deficit.
The IM Digest relates briefly the activities of the Michigan intramural
program during the previous week. This week's information was
compiled by Daily sports writer Ron Pollack.

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AP TOP TWENTY
1. Southern Cal (58) .......4-0-0 1,293
2. Penn St. (6) ..........3-0-0 1,205
3. Texas (1) ................3-0-0 1,134
4. Pittsburgh ..............3-0-0 1,103
5. North Carolina.........4-0-0 1,047Y
6. MICHIGAN............3-1-0 904'
7. Alabama ........... .. .4-1-0 763
8. Brigham Young.. ......5-0-0 735
9. Clemson .................4-0-0 651
10. Oklahoma ............1-1-1 607
11. Georgia ...............3-1-0 581
12. Iowa St...............3-0-1 455
13. Missouri .................4-0-0 412.
14. So. Methodist............4-0-0 393
15. Iowa .....................3-1-0 384
16. Miami, Fla...............3-1-0 369
17. UCLA ....................3-1-0 330
18. Ohio St...................3-1-0 286
19. Mississippi St...........3-1-0 188
20. Florida St....... .....3-1-0 152

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3. Texas.............
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5. North Carolina.......
6. MICHIGAN.........
7. Alabama ..........
8. Brigham Young......
9. Georgia ...............
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11. Missouri............
12. Oklahoma ............
13. Miami, Fla..........
14. Iowa St.............
15. Iowa ..................
16. UCLA .................
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18. Nebraska ............
19. Florida St...........
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3-0-0 574
3-0-0 526
3-0-0 510
4-0-0 448,
3-1-0 401
4-1-0 320
5-0-0 241
3-1-0 200
4-0-0 192
4-0-0 188
1-1-1 177
3-1-0 119
3.0-1 117
3-1-0 74
3-1-0 73
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