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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 25, 1981-Pag.9

Dodgers nip

Yanks

THE FOLKS EXPECT YOU TO
WRITE HOME ONCE IN A WHILE.

8-7 win ties series, 2-2

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'LOS ANGELES (AP)-' Pinch-hitter Steve Yeager's
sacrifice fly in the seventkinning snapped a 6-6 tie and the
Los Angeles Dodgers scrambled for an 8-7 victory over the
New York Yankees yesterday to deadlock the World Series at
two games apiece.
The Dodgers scored three runs in the sixth and two more in
the seventh to cap a comeback in Game ,4 that changed the
Scomplexion of this 78th World Series. Few took the Dodgers'
chances too seriously after they lost for the first two games in
New York, but they are no strangers to adversity.
THE DODGERS recovered from a 1-0 deficit to beat
Houston in the National League West Division series, and
they trailed Montreal 2-1 in games before winning the
National League Championship Series. Both were best-of-
five series.
Jay Johnstone's pinch homer, the 13th in World Series

history, started the comeback in the sixth inning, and the
Dodgers kept coming in the seventh.
Dusty Baker started the inning with a bouncing single to
shortstop. By the time the ball dropped from the air, Yankees
shortstop Larry Milbourne had no chance to make the play.
Rick Monday then doubled under the outstretched glove of
Yankees centerfielder Bobby Brown and Baker held at third.
YANKEES RELIEVER George Frazier walked Pedro
Guerrero intentionally and Tommy John, the Yankee starter
in Game 2,.was called in. Yeager, hitting for Mike Scioscia,
then hit a line drive to right field that scored Baker, agd after
Dodgers reliever Steve Howe sacrificed the runners to
second and third, Davey Lopes came to bat.
Maligned for his fielding earlier in the week, Lopes hit a
high bouncer that was fielded by Rodriguez at third. The wait
seemed interminable and when the ball finally floated to the
ground, Monday had scored.

Gophers trip Iowa, 12-10

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IOWA CITY (AP) - Jim Gallery
kicked four field goals, including the
winning points with 2 minutes, 22
seconds remaining, to give Minnesota a
12-10victory over No. 6 Iowa in Big Ten
football yesterday.
The victory pushed Minnesota to 5-2
overall and 3-2 in the league. Iowa,
hoping for a victory which would have
ensured pits first winning season in 20
years, dropped to 5-2 and 3-1.
Iowa's offense sputtered in the first
half, making just two first downs to
Minnesota's nine as Gallery kicked
three of his field goals, in the second
quarter.
Tailback Ghil Blatcher scored the
only touchdown of the game midway
,through the third quarter, giving Iowa a
10-9 lead.
llinois 23, Wisconsin 21
CHAMPAIGN, (AP)-Quarterback Tony
Ea'son fired three touchdown passes
*yesterday to lead Illinois to a 23-21 Big
Ten victory over Wisconsin.
The Badgers scored first, but Eason
turned the game around with a dazzling
86-yard touchdown play that brought
the sellout homecoming crowd of 67,413
toits feet.
The Illini controlled the Wisconsin
SCORES
BIG TEN
MICHIGAN 38, Northwestern 0
Minnesota 12, Iowa 10
Illinois 23, Wisconsin 21
Ohio State 29, Inidana 10
Purdue 27, Michigan state 26
MIDWEST
Central Michigan 24, Kent State 3
Indiana State 34, Illinois State 14
Iowa State 17, Colorado 10 s
Kansas 17, Kansas State 14
SOUTHWEST
Baylor 24, Texas Christian 21
Washington 14, Texas Tech 7
Oklahoma 42, Oregon State 3
Oklahoma State 19, Louisville 11
Texas 9, Southern Meth. 7
SOUTH
Mississippi State 21, Auburn 17
Tennessee 28, Memphis State 9
Vanderbilt 27, Mississippi 23
Clemson 17, N. Carolina State 7
Georgia 21, Kentucky 0
EAST
Boston College 41, Army 6
Clarion State 12, Slippery Rock 10
Colgate 41, columbia 3
Cartmourth 42, Cornell?7
Harvard 17, Princeton 17. tie
WEST
Wyoming 33, Brigham Young 20
UCLA 34, California 6
Arizona State 62, Stanford 36

iBhdger
running game early, but quarterback
Jess Cole kept the Badgers in the game
with two touchdown passes - to Michael
Jones and Marvin Neal.
But Cole also , made two costly
mistakes in the third quarter. A, bad
pitch gave Illinois the ball on the
Wisconsin 23-yard line, and led to a
touchdown, and a fumble on Illinois'
goal line stopped a Badger touchdown
drive.
Ohio State 29, Indiana 10,
COLUMBUS (AP) - Bob Atha kicked
a school record five field goals and
Jimmy Gayle rushed for a career high
186 yards yesterday, leading Ohio State
to a 29-10 victory over Indiana that kept
the Buckeyes alive in, Big Ten football
title contention.
The Buckeyes, 3-1 in the conference
and 5-2 for all games, played before
their 82nd straight home sellout of
87,182 including scouts from six bowls.
Atha, a senior, kicked field goals of
25, 23, 41, 46 and 20 yards that broke the
Ohio State single-game record. Tom
Klaban and Vlade Janakievski had
shared the previous mark of four field
goals in one contest.

23-21

Purdue 27, .Michigan State 26
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) - Quarter-
back Scott Campbell passed for 237
yards and four touchdowns yesterday,
including a 32-yard scoring toss to Joe
Linville with 11 minutes remaining that
lifted Purdue to a 27-26 Big Ten Con-
ference football victory over Michigan
State.
Big Ten Standings
Conf. Overall
Iowa............... 3-1 5-2
Ohio State .......... 3-1 5-2
MICHIGAN......... 3-2 5-2
Illinois ............. 3-2 5-2
Minnesota .......... 3-2 5-2
Purdue ............. 3-2 5-2
Wisconsin.......... 3-2 4-3
Indiana ............ 2-3 2-5
Michigan State ..... 1-4 2-5
Northwestern ...... 0-5 0-6
Next week's games
MICHIGAN at Minnesota
Northwestern at Wisconsin
Indiana at Michigan State
Iowa at Illinois
Ohio State at Purdue

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