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The Michigan Doily. Tuesday, October20, 1981 Page 9


Dodgers top
Expos, 2-1

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r MONTREAL (AP) - Outfielder Rick Monday slammed a two-out home run in the
inth inning and rookie Fernando Valenzuela allowed only three hits in 8% innings
the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Montreal Expos 2-1 yesterday for the National
League pennant.
The Dodgers, winning their fourth league championship series, qualified to meet
the American League champion New York Yankees in the World Series beginning
tonight at New York.
v LOS ANGELES WON the NL series, 3-2, splitting the first two games at home,
falling behind by losing the third game here, then rallying to win the final two.
'The deciding game was postponed because of raip after more than a four-hour
Wait Sunday and was delayed 26 minutes because of rain yesterday.
It was the first home run of the series for Monday, who was put into the lineup in
*the third game for slumping Ken Landreaux.
MONDAY, WHO HAD 11 home runs during the regular season, homered off
.Mohtreal ace Steve Rogers, who made his first relief appearance since July 3, 1978.
' Rogers retired Steve Garvey and Ron Cey in the ninth before Monday drove a 3-1
itch over the center field fence about 400 feet away.
Valenzuela prodeeded to retire the first two Expos in the ninth, before walking
Sca'tcher Gary Carter.
a 'Jerry Manuel ran for Carter, as Larry Parrish came to bat.
Valenzuela got two quick strikes on Parish, but then fell behind with three pit-
e;ies outside the strike zone. Parrish fouled off the next pitch. Then Parrish
walked on a high pitch.
LASORDA BOUNCED out of the dugout and called on Welch. Welch came in and
,got:White to bounce out to end the game.
-Dodger pitcher Burt Hooton, who won two games in the series, was named the
eries' most valuable player by a media panel yesterday.
Hooton pitched 141/3 innings, allowing one unearned run and 11 hits. He struck
out seven and walked six and is the Dodgers' probable pitcher for tomorrow night's
second game of the World Series against the New York Yankees.

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AP t'hoi
RICK MONDAY OF the Los Angeles Dodgers cracks the winning home run
off of Montreal Expos' pitcher Steve Rogers in the ninth inning of yester-
day's series finale.


"What do you want to know," said Bo
Schembechler angrily to reporters af-
*ter Michigan's 9-7 loss to Iowa. The-
Michigan mentor was clearly upset at
having picked the Wolverines in the,
Gridde picks contest to beat Iowa, 42-0.
After leaving the media room, Bo was
informed that Slippery Rock had won,
causing him to drop another game. The
slamming of doors followed.
That night Schembechler burned the
N midnight oil, in an attempt to dethrone
this week's winner, Todd Moss (164).
If you also want to try and unseat
Moss, get your selections to the Daily
' offices at 420 Maynard before midnight
*Fiday. A one-item pizza from Pizza
" Bob's and a chance to compete against
the Daily's "experts" awaits the win-

1. Northwestern at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2. Michigan State at Purdue
3. Minnesota at Iowa
- 4. Indiana at Ohio State
5. Wisconsin at Illinois
6. Southern Cal at Notre Dame
7. South Carolina at North Carolina
8. West Virginia at Penn State
9. Texas at SMU
10. Washington State at Arizona
11. Nebraska at Missouri
12. Houston at Arkansas
13. Princeton at Harvard
14. Hawaii at San Diego State
15. Wake Forest at Virginia
16. Central Michigan at Kent State
17. New Mexico at New Mexico State
18. Slippery Rock at Clarion State
19. Tarleton at McMurray
20. DAILTY LIBELS at the Homecoming
Queen and her Court

Student tickets for the 1981-82
Michigan basketball season may now
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fice between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. until
Friday. Student tickets are $35 and
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Student identificiation is required at the
time of purchase.



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