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The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 17, 1981-Page 17

iIndians scalp
'li~lilwaukee, 1-0
Son Garland 's
'six-hit pitching

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Bo Diaz doubled
home the only run and Wayne Garland pit-
ched a six-hitter, leading the Cleveland In-
dians to a 1-0 victory over Milwaukee and
spoiling the Brewers' home opener yester-
The Indians scored against Mike Cald-
well, 1-1, in the second when Toby Harrah
walked with one out and raced home on
Diaz' double to right center.
GARLAND, 1-0, pitched out of trouble in
the fifth after Ted Simmons singled with one
out for the Brewers' second hit, and took
second on a single by Gorman Thomas.
However, Don,Money flied to deep center
for the second out. First baseman Mike
Hargrove then made a diving stab of Jim
Gantner's hard grounder, which seemed
headed for the right field corner, and threw

.to Garland covering the bag to retire the
Ben Oglivie doubled leading off the
Brewer seventh, but the next three hitters
were routine outs.
In the bottom of the ninth, Cecil Cooper
led off with a single, stole second and took
third on an infield out. But Garland preser-
ved his victory by striking out Larry Hisle
and getting Simmons to ground out, ending
the game.
Cardinals 5, Mets 1
NEW YORK (AP) - Keith Hernandez
and George Henrick ripped two-run homers
and Darrell Porter hit a solo shot, giving the
St. Louis Cardinals a 5-1 victory over the
New York Mets yesterday.
Andy Rincon, making his first start, was
credited with the victory with relief help

from Bruce Sutter.
HERNANDEZ'S fifth inning home run
followed a leadoff walk to Ken Oberkfell
against lose~r Mike Scott and broke a 1-1 tie.
Hendrick added a pair of insurance runs
in the ninth with another two-run shot,
scoring Hernandez, who had singled for his
third hit of the game.
The Mets jumped out in front in the first
inning when second baseman Tom Herr
misplayed Frank Taveras' ground ball for
an error. Dave Kingman then drove home
Taveras with a double to center.
Sutter came on in the sixth inning after
Doug Flynn doubled for his second hit of the
contest. The Cardinal receiver then retired
the next two batters, ending the inning.
Expos 7, Cubs 0
MONTREAL (AP) - Scott Sanderson

scattered five hits over the first six innings
,Bnd drove in four runs, three of them with a
bases-loaded double, powering the Montreal
'Expos to a 7-0 triumph over the Chicago
Cubs yesterday.
Sanderson knocked in the first run of the
game by doubling against Chicago starter
Lynn McGlothen, 0-1. The hit scored Chris
Speier, who also had doubled.
TIM RAINES THEN smashed a single to
center, scoring Sanderson. The Expos
loaded the bases to chase McGlothen from
the game, but reliever Lee Smith prevented
further damage by getting Ellis Valentine to
ground into a double play.
The Expos put the game away with a four-
run fifth inning, highlighted by Sanderson's
double, a solid line drive to the left field cor-
ner against reliever Doug Capilla.



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AP Photo'
IjENIS POTVIN (LEFT) of the New York Islanders checks the Edmonton
Oilers Dave Hunter into the boards in the first period of last night's NHL
Stanley Cup playoff game at the Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, N.Y.
0 Islanders destroy Oilers

Tonelli, Hector Marini and Denis Pot-
vin-each connected for goals in a one-
minute, 44-second span of the second
pelod last night to lead the New York
Islanders to an 8-2 National Hockey
League quarterfinal playoff romp over
e Edmonton Oilers.
The defending Stanley Cup champion
Islanders grabbed a 1-0 lead in the best-
of-seven series, which continues here
EDMONTON, which finished 14th in
overall league standings this season,
kept pace with New York through one
period. Then the Islanders exposed the
weak and inexperienced Oilers' defense
that had performed so well in Edmon-
ton's three-game preliminary round
sweep of Montreal.
Bob Nystrom opened the scoring with
a breakaway tally 3:14 into the game.
Nystrom, a Stanley Cup hero for New
York last spring when he scored the

championship-winning goal, took a pin-
point pass from Garry Howatt and beat
Moog with a backhander.
With 45 seconds remaining in the first
period, the Oilers' defense vacated the
area in front of Moog just as the Islan-
ders' Butch Goring captured the puck
behind the Edmonton net. Goring
dashed unchecked in front and pushed a
forehand shot past Moog.
THEN CAME the second-period blitz
that gave the Islanders their fourth
consecutive playoff rout-they
smashed Toronto 9-2, 5-1 and 6-1 in the
opening round.
Wayne Gretzky, the NHL scoring
king, had several excellent scoring op-
portunities in the first period. But
Islanders goaltender Billy Smith th-
warted Gretzky twice.
Gretzky did manage to: score Ed-
monton's first goal on a power play at
8:06 of the middle session.


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