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BEGINNING OCTOBER 13, 1980
The LSA Internship Program will be accepting applications
for Summer and Fall Internships, 1981. Liberal Arts Students
who will be Seniors Fall Term 1981, are encouraged to apply.
October 13-Applications available In 480 Larch Hall
November 3-Fi1nal deadline for applying
APPLICATIONS and INFORMATION available in 460 LORCH HALL
Eclipse Jazz presents
The PhilripGlassEnsem
Friday, November 7- 8p.m.
RoCkham Auditorium
Tickets $7.50 reserved go on sale Tues. Oct. 7, 10a.m.
Michigan Union Box Officp (25%) and at the follow-
ing outlets: Schoolkids Records, Discount Records in
Ann Arbor, Wherehouse in Ypsilanti and at All CTC
outlets.

SPORTS

Page 10

Sunday, October 5, 1980

The Michigan Daily

VIC TORY OVER TIGERS ENDS RACE

Yanks clinch

AL. East title

NEW YORK (AP)-Reggie Jackson
crashed his third home run in as many
games this month to break a tie with the
Tigers and drive' New York to the
American League East Division title
with a 5-2 victory over Detroit yester-
day.
The ball .soared into Yankee
Stadium's third deck in right field, 75-80
feet above the 353-foot sign.
"REGGIE DID IT. He turned the
game around. That's all you can say,"
said Manager Dick Howser after the
first game of the doubleheader.
Jackson's 41st homer of the season
and 410th of his career capped a four-
run rally that wiped out a 2-1 Detroit
lead and eliminated the second-place
Baltimore Orioles.
"I got a really good ball to hit,"
Jackson said, "and I looked up in the

sky and said, 'Thanks for letting me hit
it.'
"I JUST KNEW-it made the score 5-2
and gave us a three-run lead and Rudy
May would only have to pitch two more
innings before Gossage would come
in," Jackson said.
"I dedicated it to Dick Howser,"
Jackson said. "I told him, 'I hit the first
30 for myself, the next 10 for your wife
and this one for you.'
Howser led the Yankees to their four-
th division crown in five years in his
rookie season as a major league
manager.
THE VICTORY enabled Howser to
heave a sigh of relief after the Yankees
saw a 9212-game lead in Mid-July dwin-
dle to one-half game by late August
before they pulled away again by win-
ning 21 of 28 in September and their fir-

st three in October.
"It's 'been a struggle," Howser said.
"Well, not really a struggle,' but
everything a pennant race should be."

The Tigers won the nightcap 7--6'a's#
Lynn Janes drove in four runs with a
single in the third inning and a ba's'es"-'Ak
loaded triple in the eighth.

Phils win NL East;

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Spectacular Bid retires
scratched from- Cup
culated Belmont Park like a brushfire
NEW YORK (UPI) -Spectacular Friday afternoon, but when reached at
Bid, thoroughbred racing's all-time' his hotel Friday night, Delp labeled the
leading money winner, was scratched reports "a lie."
from yesterday's $544,000-added A SOURCE indicated X-rays of the
Jockey Club Gold Cup and trainer Bud gray colt's' front left ankle revealed
Delp said the 4-year-old colt would not bone chips and Delp immediately
race again. pulled his horse from the Gold Cup.
"I have scratched the horse," Delp Spectacular Bid was expected to
said. "He is not 100 per cent. I decided close out his career later this month at
that when I came back here the the Meadowlands, and a victory in the
Belmont stables) at 4 o'clock. He is Gold Cup would have made him the fir-
retired." st horse in thoroughbred racing history
Reports that Bid was ailing cir- to earn more than $3 million.
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Dodgers sti
MONTREAL (AP)-Mike Schmidt's
two-run, 11th-inning homer gave the
Philadelphia Phillies a 6-4 victory over
the Montreal Expos Saturday, and the
National League East Division cham-
pionship.
It was the 48th of the season for the
major league home run leader and
boosted his National League RBI lead
to 121.
THE VICTORY sends Philadelphia
against the winner of the West Division,
either Houston or Los Angeles, in the
best-of-five series, starting in
Philadelphia Tuesday night.
Tug McGraw, 5-4, stopped the Expos
cold Friday night and came on in the
ninth and did it again yesterday.
Stan Bahnsen, 7-6, took the loss in
relief.
L.A. 2, Houston I
LOS ANGELES (AP)-Steve Garvey
had three hits; : including his 26th home
run, and Jerry Reuss scattered seven
hits as Los Angeles edged Houston 2-1,,
preventing the Astros from clinching
the National League West Division for
the second game in a row.
Should the Dodgers defeat Houston a
third straight game today, they would
conclude the regular season in a tie and
force a playoff game here for the

championship tomorrow.
REUSS, 18-6, matched his career;A
high in victories with his eighth win, .iac1
10 decisions.
Nolan Ryan, 11-10, took the loss, his "
eighth in nine career decisions againsf;
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UCLA -Graduate
SCHOOL OF
MANAGEMENT
October 7, 1980, Tuesday
I :00.3:OOp.m.
CP&P - 3545 S.A.B.
DIANE DEAN, Assistant Director of Ad-

Michigan 38, California 13
Notre Dame 26, Michigan St. 21
Central Michigan 14, Toledo 10
Bowling Green 17, Western Michigan 14
Northern Michigan 20, Northern Iowa 16
St. Olaf Minn 30, Michigan Tech 20
Northwood 16, Ferris St. 6
Saginaw Valley St. 21, Hillsdale 17
Wayne St. 10, Grand Valley 7
Albion 40, Olivet 23
Adrian 31, Alma 3
Hope 27, Kalamazoo 14
EAST
Albright 26, Lebanon Val. 14
Brdgwater Mass. 10, New Haven 7
Buffalo 9, Rochester 7
Dickinson 7, Swarthmore 0
Glenville St. 44, West Liberty 20
Hobart 13, St. Lawrence 12
Lycoming 46, Susquehanna 3
Mass. Maritime 2, Curry 13
Middlebury 30, Amherst 5
Millersville St., 14, W. Chester St. 13
Upsala 19, Wilkes 14
Yale 17, Air Force 16
'Connecticut 24, Colgate 21
Ithaca 41, Alfred 23
Lehigh 27, Delaware 20
Massachusetts 26, Rhode Island 8
N.Y. Tech 15, RPI 14
Pittsburgh 38, Maryland 9
Shepherd 16, Bluefield St. 44
Tufts 14, Bowdoin 1
American intl. 24, S. Connecticut 7
Wesleyan 26, Coast Guard 7
SOUTH
Appalachian St. 23, Marshall 6
Clemson 13, Virginia Tech 10
Louisiana St. 24, Florida 7
Wake Forest 27, William & Mary 7
Auburn 55, Richmond 16
Hampden-Sydney 35, Brdgwater, Va. 6
Murray St. 30, Morehead St. 6
S. Carolina St. 33, Alcorn St.
Virginia St. 41, Livingstone 0
Winston-Salem 17, Norfolk St. 13
Bethany, W.Va. 39, Thiel 21
Guilford 14, Salem, W.Va. 2
Morehouse 21, Lane 14
MIDWEST
Adrian 31, Alma 3
Alabama St. 39, Cent. St., Ohio 27
(Cent. Michigan 14, Toledo 10
Hanover 27, Defiance 14
Hiram Col. 23, Case Western 7
Indiana 31, Duke 21
N. Dakota 38, N. Dakota St. 2
N. Illinois 20, S. Illinois 17
N. Michigan 20, N. Iowa 16
Penn St. 29, Missouri 21
Wichita St. 46, Indiana St. 20
Wisconsin 35, San Diego St. 12
Ashland 9, Valparaiso 7
Heidelberg 35, Kenyon 7
Notre Dame 26, Michigan St. 21
Ohio Northern 23, Capital 7
Wittenberg 17, Muskingum 12
Carleton 20, Monmouth, Ill. 12
FAR WEST
Oklahoma 82, Colorado 42
Pacific U. 24, Washington St. 22
Southern Cal 23, Arizona St. 21
Stanford 35, San Jose St. 21
New Mexico 24, Wyoming 21

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