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The Michigan Daily-Friday, September 17, 1982-Page 11
SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y

Wilson's homer lifts

Tigers, 4-2

For The High Rollers In Europe
The World's Finestcn
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By DAN PRICE
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - The Detroit Tigers
broke open a scoreless game with four
runs in the seventh inning to defeat the
Boston Red Sox, 4-2, last night, behind the
six-hit pitching of Milt Wilcox. In ad-
dition to giving up just six hits, Wilcox
gave up only two walks and struck out
eight.
It looked like it would be a pitchers'
duel as both Wilcox and Boston starter
Mike Torrez sailed only until the
Tigers' seventh-inning eruption.
AFTER BILL Fahey led off the
frame with a pop-out, Alan Trammell
singled and then scored on Lou
Whitaker's double off the wall in left
centerfield.
Glenn Wilson then delivered the big
blow with a round-tripper to left which
sent Torrez to the showers.
Detroit picked up its final run when
Howard Johnson singled off Boston
reliever Mark Clear, stole second, and
came around to score on a single by
Larry Herndon.
Boston scored in the eighth on a
sacrifice fly by Jerry Remy and added
a run in the ninth on Wade Boggs' RBI
single.
The loss was the Red Sox' fourth in
their last five games, which all but
drops them out of the pennant race.
Robinzine found dead
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)- Forward
Bill Robinzine, who was named to the
National Basketball Association's 1975-
76 All-Rookie Team, was found dead in
his car yesterday. Police said he ap-
parently killed himself.
Police said Robinzine, 29, the Kansas
City Kings' first-round draft pick from
DePaul University in 1975, apparently
died of carbon monoxide poisoning. An
autopsy was scheduled.
POLICE SAID Robinzine's body was
found in his car parked in a storage
shed at a rental storage area by a main-

tenance man shortly after noon Thur-
sday.
The 6-foot-7 Robinzine was reported
missing by his wife Wednesday. She
told police she returned home and found
Robinzine missing and a note indicating
he might try to harm himself.
Robinzine's best season with the
Kings was in 1978-79 when he averaged
13.4 points and 7.8 rebounds per game.
He was traded before the 1980-81 season
to the Cleveland Cavaliers and later
played for the Dallas Mavericks and
Utah Jazz.
Robinzine became a free agent after
the 1981-82 season and had not been
signed by another team.

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women's rights supporters holding state and local
office and to promote women's equality.
Saturday. October 2, 1982
Rally at 10:00 a. m.
Walk at 11:00 a.m.
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Chicago Black Hawks goalie Warren Skorodenski peers from behind his
protective mask during training camp. Skorodenski played for New Brun-
swick last year and is competing against Tony Esposito amd Murray Ban-
nerman for the position, with only 44 days left before Halloween.

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BILLBOARD
Volunteer student managers are
needed for the Michigan women's inter-
collegiate basketball team. Anyone in-
terested should contact Gloria Soluk at
764-2590 or the Women's Atheltic
Department at 763-2159.
There will be a "send-off" rally for
the Michigan football team this Friday
at 5:00 p.m. in front of South Quad. The
team will be boarding the bus there and
will leave directly for South Bend for
Saturday's game against Notre Dame.
~ Head coach Bo Schembechler and the
team tri-captains-Anthony Carter,
Robert Thompson and Paul Girgash-
are expected to speak briefly. Members
of the Michigan Marching Band and the
cheerleaders will also be in attendance.

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Time Has Come Messages GREAT MUSIC. BY THE
#1POP GROUP.

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MELISSA MANCHESTER
HEY RICKY

GIL SCOTT-HERON
MOVING TARGET

BUS BOYS
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Fincludes: YOUSH JLD HEAR
OW SHE TALKS ABOUT YOU " SLOWLY
WISH WE WERE HEROES
(Djet With David Gates)
Melissa Manchester does it
all on her newest triumph,
Hey Ricky. Whether she's
moving you with a ballad or
making you dance to a rocker,
this is Melissa at her very
best.
YOU SHOULD HEAR HOW SHE
TALKS ABOUT YOU
SLOWLY
HEY RICKY (YOU'RE A LOW DOWN
HEEL)
I'LL ALWAYS LOVE YOU
RACE TO THE END
WISH WE WERE HEROES
COME IN FROM THE RAIN
LOOKING FOR THE PERFECT AHH
YOUR PLACE OR MINE
SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME

Includes: FAST LANE
NO EXIT
EXPLANATIONS

Moving Target carries forward
Gil Scott-Heron's brilliant
synthesis of music, poetry,
and social comment, with the
crack Amnesia Express band
and a funky hom section
providing the punch for Gil's
musical messages.
FAST LANE
WASHINGTON, D.C.
NO EXIT
BLUE COLLAR
EXPLANATIONS
READY OR NOT
BLACK HISTORY/THE WORLD

The Bus Boys serve up a
second helping of tight, crisp,
harmonic and outrageous
music on their long-awaited
new album, American Worker.
AMERICAN WORKERS
NEW SHOES
LAST FOREVER
OPPORTUNITY
HEART AND SOUL
I GET LOST
SOUL SURFING U S A
YELLOW LIGHTS
FALLING IN LOVE
I BELIEVE

A N N A R B 0 R
and es

The irraysistible
Sound Of
Ray Parker Jr.
RAY PARKER JR.
THE OTHER WOMAN
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Includes: STREETLOVE
IT'S OUR OWN AFFAIR
LET ME GO
JUST HAVIN' FUN
After four straight gold LPs,
Ray Parker Jr. is scoring his
biggest hit yet with The Other
Woman. It's an irraysistible
collection of songs in the
smooth style that's made Ray
Parker Jr. one of the most
distinctive artists in popular
music today.
THE OTHER WOMAN
STREETLOVE
STAY THE NIGHT
IT'S OUR OWN AFFAIR
LET ME GO
LET'S GET OFF
STOP, LOOK BEFORE YOU LOVE
JUST HAVIN' FUN
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THE Reaching New
POWERHOUSE Musical Heights
MUSIC OF AWB.

STUNNING NEW ARETHA'S
MUSIC FROM CROWNING
DAVE VALENTIN ACHIEVEMENT.

DAVE GRUSIN'S The Most Vivid
MUSICAL Music You've
FIREWORKS! Ever Seen

Haircut One
Hundred. The
Coolest Cut Of
All.
HAIRCUT ONE HUNDRED
EIRCUTWEST

AVERAGE WHITE BAND
ICUPID'S IN FASHION

DAVE VALENTIN
IN LOVE'S TIME
nclds:STREETHBETE
Master flautist Dave Valentin
fuses his L.atin beat with
mainstream soul/dance music
for an album whose musical
time has come.
STREET BEAT

ARETHA FRANKLIN
JUMP TOIT

DAVE GRUSIN
OUT OF THE SHADOWS

THE ALAN PARSONS PROJECT
EYE IN THE SKY _
YOU RE GONNA GET YOUR FINGERS BURNED
EYE IN THE SKY " STEP BY STEP
OLD AND WISE

Includes EASIER SAID THAN DONE
REACH OUT : LL BE THERE

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The pioneers of modern rock-
funk are back with another,
example of their kinetic.
groundbreaking style. Cupid's
In Fashion celebrates the
Average White Band's first

SPACE AGE LOVE SONG
TELECOMMUNICATION
A unique, exciting collection
from a highly distinctive new
group from England. A Flock
Of Seagulls' musical textures
and instrumental coloration
make you want to dance and
listen.

includes
IF SHE DON T WANT YOUR LOVIN'
I WANNA MAKE IT UP TO YOU
tDUET WITH LEVI STUBBS)

When the Queen of Soul
teams up with red-hot
producer Luther Vandross, the
result is electrifying! Jump To
It is bursting with the
emotional expressiveness and

LAST TRAIN TO PARADISO
ANTHEM INTERNATIONALE
SERENGETI WALK
(SLIPPIN IN THE BACK DOOR)
Multi-talented keyboardist/
composer/arranger/producer
Dave Grusin has put together
an all-star cast of players-
including Lee Ritenour and
Steve Gadd-for a sparkling

The remarkable new album
by The Alan Parsons Project
continues their platinum
tradition of musical innovation
and thematic intrigue for an
experience unlike any other
in rock. Eve In The Sky is a

Includes:
LOVE PLUS ONE
FAVOURITE SHIRTS
The rock clubs of the U.S.
and the pop charts of England
are already feeling the impact
of Haircut One Hundred. With
two #1 cuts under their caps,
and thA hottest-sellina LP in

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