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Page 10-Thursday, October 29, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Dodgers take first Series in 15
Guerrero, Hooton pace L.A., 9-2

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NEW YORK- Pedro Guerrero paced
the Los Angeles Dodgers' 13-hit, attack
with three hits and five RBIs as the
Dodgers clinched the 1981 World Series
last night by ripping the Yankees 9-2 at
Yankee Stadium. It was the Dodgers'
first World Series triumph since 1966
when they defeated the Baltimore
Orioles.
It was the Dodgers fourth straight
win over the Yankees and it came much
easier than the others. Burt Hooton got
the win, going 5% innings and allowing
just five hits. Reliever Steve Howe
finished the final 3% innings and got the
save.

THE DODGIER hurlers handcuffed
the big Yankee bats, especially those of
Dave Winfield and Reggie Jackson.
Hooton pitched hitless ball through
the first two innings, but in the third
frame Randolph socked a solo shot to
left putting the Yankees ahead 1-0.
Hooton seemed rattled by the homer,
which was the Yankee second
basemen's second of the series, as
Jerry Mumphrey followed with a line
single to right. Winfield then walked,
but Jackson was retired on a fly to right
to end the threat.
The Dodgers tied the score in their

half of the fourth as Yeager singled
between short and third off southpaw
starter Tommy John to deliver Dusty
Baker home from second. Rick Mon-
day had advanced Baker to second with
a sharp hit that just barely eluded first
basemen Bob Watson. John got out of
the inning without any further damage
being done.
RELIEVER George Frazier replaced
John, who was lifted for pinch hitter
Bobby Murcer in the bottom half of the
fourth, and he promptly allowed three
runs.

Dodger Davey Lopes greeted
Frazier with a single to left and then
advanced to second on Bill Russell's
sacrifice. With two outs, Ron Cey got
his second hit of the game when he
bounced one through the middle to tally
Lopes with the lead run. After Baker
followed with a bloop single to center,
Guerrero slammed a triple to score Cey
and Baker, giving the Dodgers a 4-1
cushion.
Randolph led off the Yankee fifth
with a double up the leftfield gap, but
was stranded there as Hooton shut the
door on Mumphrey, Winfield and
Jackson.
IN THE SIXTH, the Dodgers batted
around and tagged Yankee relievers
Ron Davis and Rick Reuschel for four
more runs, building up an 8-1 lead.
Guerrero once again capped the
Dodger rally by driving in two runs
with a bases-loaded two out single to
center.
The Yankees chased Hooton in their
half of the sixth when they loaded the
bases on a single by Nettles, and walks
to Rick Cerone and Aurelio Rodriguez
with only one out.
Former Wolverine star Howe was
summoned by Lasorda to face Yankee
supersub Lou Piniella. Piniella sent a
single up the middle to tally Rodriguez
and cut the Dodger margin to 8-2. After
falling behind Randolph 2-0, Howe
beared down and got Randolph and
Mumphrey to fly out to Guerrero.
In the seventh, the Dodger bats were
finally cooled as reliever Rudy May
retired the visitors in order. But in the
eighth, May wasn't so lucky as
Guerrero ripped a two-out pitch into the
left field seats for his fifth RBI of the
game. Meanwhile, Howe was holding
the Yankees scoreless and after eight
innings the Dodgers led 9-2.

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AP Photo
NEW YORK YANKEE second baseman Willie Randolph tumbles over as a ball from Los Angeles batter Dusty Baker
bounces by in the fifth inning of last night's sixth game of the World Series.

SPOR TS OF THE DAILY:
Champion spikers bow to WMU

YANKEE STARTER Tommy John
(above) watches idly from the New
York dugout after being pulled for pin-
ch hitter Bobby Murcer. Yankee
manager Bob Lemon lifted the pitcher
from the line-up in the bottom of the
fourth inning after John had given up
the tying run in the Dodgers' half of the
frame.
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By BOB WOJNOWSKI
The Michigan women's volleyball
team, just three days after grabbing
the Big Ten championship, was stymied
by Western Michigan in Kalamazoo
Tuesday night, 12-15, 5-15, 10-15.
The Wolverines' loss was their second
of the year to the Broncos. WMU
defeated Michigan in a five-game
thriller last month.
The Wolverines now stand at 28-9 on
the year, and their next action is Mon-
day, November 2, when they'll host
Wayne State.
GRIDDE PICKS-
Why was President Reagan smiling
around the oval office today? Was it
because he successfully passed through
another piece of key legislation, the
AWAC bill? Possible. But more likely
was the fact that his close aide, Alexan-
de Haig, gave him a big tip on the Pine
Bluff-Langston game for this week's
Griddes.
If you want to keep Ronnie from win-
ning one for the Gipper, then drop off
your\ Griddes at the Daily (420
Maynard) before midnight Friday.
You not only get the satisfaction of han-
ding Reagan a rare defeat, but you also
receive a free one-item pizza from Piz-
za Bob's and a chance to compete with
the "experts" from the Daily sports
staff.
1. MICHIGAN at Minnesota
(Pick score)
2. Iowa at Illinois
3. Ohio State at Purdue
4. Indiana at Michigan State
5. Northwestern at Wisconsin
6. Penn State at Miami (Fla.)
7. Southern Cal at Washington State
8. Stanford at Washington
9. Mississippi State at Alabama
10. SMU at Texas A&M
11. Princeton at Pennsylvania
12. Western Michigan at Northern
Illinois
13. North Carolina at Maryland
14. Navy at Notre Dame
15. Colorado State at Wyoming
16. Colorado at Oklahoma
17. Florida at Auburn
18. Lockhaven at Slippery Rock
19. Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Langston
20. DAILY LIBELS at The Little Brown
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Gymnasts to raise money
What do 15 talented tumbling women
do to raise money? Why, they hold a
"Trick-a-Thon."
The Michigan women's gymnastic
team will hold its 1981"Trick-a-Thon"at
the Diag tomorrow afternoon at 3:00 to
riase money for their spring trip. The
event earned its title because the team
will perform 50 feats of gymnastic
ability.
"THEY'VE GONE around and got-
ten sponsors on their sheets, and we're
hoping to catch some contributions.
from people passing by," said coach
Sheri Hyatt when explaining the fund
raising procedure.
The team hopes to net in upwards of
$1,500. "They're 15 girls on the team,
and they're supposed to collect a
minimum of a hundred (dollars) each.
We'd like to collect a minimum of $1,500
added Hyatt.
The hoped-for spring trip includes
stops for competition at Georgia
College, a division III school that
traveled to the nationals last year, and
the University of Florida in Gainesville,
whose teeam finished a strong sixthin
last year's national championship.
Both teams should provide the

Wolverine tumblers with stiff com-
petition. ,
While the outstanding talent and
ability of these women should attract
spectators to the Diag on it's own merit,
Coach'Hyatt didn't forget to mention
that the team consists of "cute girls!"
"They probably won't be in leotards;
they'll be in warm-ups," she said.
Even so, with those two attributes
working for the team, it shouldn't be too
hard for gymnastics fans to find an ex-
cuse to wander onto the Diag.
-ANDREW OAKES
Stickers defuse Rockets
The Michigan field hockey team
blanked the University of Toledo
Rockets, 4-0 yesterday at Ferry Field.
The game was originally scheduled to
Oe at Toledo but was moved at the last
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Rocket field was "underwater."
Wolverine stickers Marty Maugh and
Kay McCarthy were good for a goal
apiece. Freshman Lisa Schofield
chalked-up two points for Michigan.
I was very pleased with our play,"
said Michigan coach Candy Zientek.
"We were consistent."

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