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Lacrosse
club'
formng
The Michigan Lacrosse Club will hold
its fall organizational meeting tonight,
at 7 p.m. in Room 2230 CCRB. All in-
terested athletes are invited to attend
this meeting, and club leaders stress
that no experience in lacrosse is
necessary.
The club will play a fall exhibition
schedule, with a regular schedule in the
spring. This year, the club will be
trying to defend its Big Ten champion-
ship, and continue on last year's un-
defeated record.

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Female gridder
Becky Humphrey (61) awaits the snap in last week's opening junior varsity football game. Humphrey, 15, won a court
order last year to play football on the St. Louis, Mich. High School team. The second team "line person," said that her
opponents from Bullock Creek didn't hit her very hard. St. Louis lost to Bullock Creek, 27-6.

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By BRUCE NEARY
Special to The Daily
DETROIT-Scott McGregor's three-
it pitching and Doug DeCinces' fifth
inning solo homer carried the
Baltimore Orioles to a 2-0 victory over
Detroit at Tiger Stadium last night.
McGregor walked Jim Lentine to
start the first and then retired the next
15 batters before Dave Stegman spoiled
his no hit bid with a grounder to the box
to lead off the fifth. One out later, Len-
tine cracked a single to right, but that
was all the Tigers could muster until
the ninth inning.
With two down in the ninth, John
Wockenfuss singled and Lance Parrish
put the fans on their feet when he sent
left fielder John Lowenstein to the fen-
ce, but Lowenstein caught the long ball,
ending the Tiger hopes.
Tiger starter Dan Schatzeder went
the distance and took the loss, dropping
him to 9-11 on the year.
The Bengal southpaw started off
estrong by striking out the side in the fir-
SDespite several early threats, the
Orioles could not,produce until the fifth,
when Doug DeCinces led off by
knocking a shot off the facing of the up-
per deck.
Then with one out in the seventh,
DeCinces lined a double down the lef-
tfield line. Rick Dempsey then singled,
moving DeCinces to third. DeCinces
then scored on a sacrifice fly by Lee
May.
Schatzeder found himself in trouble
again in the eighth when Ken Singleton
singled and went to second on a wild
pitch. Tiger manager Sparky Ander-
son's decision to intentionally walk Ed-
die Murray paid off when Benny Ayala
tapped weakly into a double play.
A's 6, Rangers 3
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)-Mitchell
page pounded a pair-of homers and
Matt Keough won his 15th game of the
season to pace the Oakland A's to a 6-3
victory over the Texas Rangers yester-
day.
Keough, who was 2-17 a year ago, now
stands at 15-12. He beat the Rangers for
the first time after losing seven straight
to them. However, he left in the eighth
with a sore back, and Jeff Jones, the A's
second reliever, earned his fifth save.
The A's scored four runs in the fourth,
one on a throwing error by starter Ed

Figueroa, 3-10, one on Page's 13th
homer, and two on Dave McKay's
bases-loaded double. Page hit his
second homer with a man on in the,
seventh, raising the edge to 6-0.
Al Oliver hit his 17th homer in the
eighth for the first Texas run and
Keough left after walking the next bat-
ter. Reliever Bob Lacey walked pinch
hitter Billy Sample and Jim Sundberg
chased Lacey, hitting a two-run double
to right to account for the final score.
Mickey Rivers extended his hitting
streak to 24 games for the Rangers with
two hits. Oliver has hit in 21 in a row.
Reds 7, Braves 1
ATLANTA (AP)-Ken Griffey broke
a tie with a three-run homer in the sixth
inning and right-hander Mario Soto
scattered seven hits as the Cincinnati
Reds defeated the Atlanta Braves 7-1
last night.
Soto, 9-5, struck out 15, high for a Cin-
cinnati pitcher this season and high for
Soto's career, as the Reds beat the
Braves for the 13th time in 14 games
this season.
The score was tied 1-1 when Ron
Oester led off the Cincinnati sixth with
a single against Atlanta starter Tommy
Boggs, 9-9. After Soto sacrificed Oester
to secoaid and Dave Collins drew the
game's first walk, Griffey sent a drive
over the center field fence for his 10th
homer.
Johnny Bench boosted the Reds' lead
when he led off the seventh with his 23rd
home run.
Collins had opened the game for Cin-
cinnati with a double and later scored
on Dave Concepcion's grounder to give
the Reds a 1-0 lead. The Braves tied the
score in the fourth when Gary Mat-
thews doubled and scored on Chris
Chambliss' single.

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SCORES
American League
Baltimore 2, Detroit 0
Oakland 6, Texas 3
Toronto 6, New York 4
Boston 4, Cleveland 3
Seattle 4, Chicago i
National League
Cincinnati 7, Atlanta 1

Now comes Miller time.

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