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Sunday, September 19, 1982

the Michigan Daily

Red. Sox down




Special to the Daily
DETROIT- Bob Stanley pitched 7% shutout in-
nings yesterday at Tiger Stadium to lead the Red Sox
to a 6-2 victory which allowed Boston to snap a four-
game losing streak.
Dwight Evans delivered a two-out RBI single up
the middle to score Dave Stappleton with what
proved to be the winning run in the seventh inning.
Stapleton had opened the inning by drawing a base-
on-balls off Detroit starter Jerry Udjur.
IT WAS THE free passes issued by Udjur that
proved to be more costly than the Boston bats. In the
first inning, Udjur walked three Red Sox before
rookie first baseman Wayne Boggs tallied a pair of
runs with a two-out single to leftfield.
In the bottom half of the inning, the Tigers notched
the score at two with a two-run homer by Howard
Johnson, the third of his rookie campaign. Second
baseman Lou Whitaker, who opened the inning with a
single to right, scored in front of Johnson.
What initially looked to be a slugfest turned into a
pitchers' duel for the 18,000 fans. While Udjur was
finding his control and limiting the Red Sox to only
two hits over the next five innings, reliev ace Bob
Stanley was repeatedly shutting the door on the
Tigers. He allowed only three hits in his relief stint.
IN THE TIGERS' second, Alan Trammell's single
put runners on the corner with one out and chased
Boston starter Chuck Rainey. Bosox manager Ralph
Hauk called on his long reliever, Stanley, who prom-
ptly got Whitaker to rap into an inning-ending double
The Tigers blew another excellent opportunity to
score in the fifth when Trammell opened the inning
by beating out a chopper to third. After the Tiger

shortstop stole second, Whitaker drew a walk. But
Glenn Wilson's attempted sacrifice turned into a
fielder's choice when Stanley threw out Trammell at
third, and the Boston ace then struck out Johnson. Af-
ter Larry Herndon's base-on-balls filled the bases,
Jerry Turner tapped to third to kill the rally.
Stanley again pitched out of a jam in the Tigers
seventh after the Red Sox had taken the lead for good
in the top half of the inning. With runners on second
and third, Stanley struck out Herndon with a called
third strike to thwart another Tiger rally.
In the ninth, the Red Sox broke the game open with
three runs off reliever Aurelio Lopez, who had
replaced Udjur in the seventh. Allenson opened the
inning with a homer to deep left field, extending the
Boston lead to 4-2. Second baseman Jerry Remy
followed with a shot to rightfield that went in and out
of the glove of a diving Chet Lemon for a double.
Lopez fanned Evans and slugger Jim Rice, the fourth
time in the game. But the forty-three year-old super-
star, Carl Yastremski, cracked a two-run homer over
the rightfield wall to give the Red Sox their final
margin of victory, 6-2.
Cubs 10, Expos 7
MONTREAL (AP)- Jerry Morales and pinch-hit-
ter Bump Wills each hit three-run home runs in the
eighth inning to key a seven-run uprising that lifted
the Chicago Cubs to a 10-7 victory over Montreal
yesterday, handing the Expos their third straight
With Chicago trailing 7-3, Bill Buckner and Keith
Moreland opened the eighth with singles and Morales
followed with his fourth homer to make it 7-6.
BRYN SMITH, who relieved Ray Burris, walked
Pat Tabler but got Jody Davis to ground into a force

play at second. Pinch-hitter Leon Durham greeted
reliever Woodie Fryman, 8-4, with a run-scoring
triple to right.
After pinch-hitter Steve Henderson flied to center,
Ryne Sandberg walked and Wills followed with his
sixth home run for a 10-7 lead.
Dick Tidrow, 7-3, pitched the seventh for the Cubs
to pick up the victory while Lee Smith pitched the
final two innings for his 14th save.
Montreal had taken a 2-0 lead in the first when
Gary Carter hit a two-run homer, his 28th of the year,
in the first inning.
The Expos made it 6-0 against starter Doug Bird in
the third. Randy Lerch, Tim Raines and Dawson
opened the inning with singles to load the bases, and
two outs later Tim Wallach hit his second grand slam
homer of the season. It was Wallach's 22nd home run
of the year.
Cards 2, Mets 0
NEW YORK (AP)- David Green homered while
Bob Forsch and Bruce Sutter combined on a five-
hitter to give St. Louis a 2-0 victory over the New
York Mets in the first game of a twi-night double-
header yesterday, extending the Cardinals' winning
streak to five games.
Forsch, 15-9, allowed only five singles in 7/3 innings
of work, striking out six. Sutter bailed Forsch out of
an eighth-inning jam and earned his 33rd save of the
LOSER PETE Falcone, 8-10, gave up just four hits,
struck out eight and walked one before being
removed in the eighth for pinch-hitter Mike Jorgen-

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AP Photo-
New York's Ellis Vallentine comes up with nothing but leg as St. Louis' Mike
Ramsey forced him out at second. The Cards went on to win the game, 2-0.

Wolverine spikers stop Hoosiers

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Special to the Daily
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - After drop,
ping a match to Purdue, Friday night,
the Wolverine women's volleyball team
came back yesterday to down Indiana
and up its record to 6-3 on the year.
It took the Wolverines five games to
defeat the Hoosiers, 9-15, 15-5, 11-15, 15-
11, 15-12. Indiana's season record fell to
0-5 after the loss to Michigan.
MICHIGAN coach Sandy Vong
characterized the match as a see-saw
battle. "Winning the second game, we
gained confidence. Game four was the
breaker and game five was our
comeback." said Vong.
"We were down 9-12 and scored the
last six points," said Vong.
The Wolverines got solid performan-
ces from two of their more experienced
players. Junior Jeanne Weckler had
ten kills in the match together with
*tree service aces, while teammate
Alison Noble garnerd eight kills.
Michigan did not play so well against
Purdue, Friday night, however, losing
to the Boilermakers 6-15, 1-154, 9-15.
Yet, there were some bright spots in the
Wolverines performance.
Freshman Jennifer Hickman was an
absolute standout, according to Vong,
in the hitting and defending depar-
tment. Vong also pointed out that
*sophomore Joan Potter, competing in
her first season with the Wolverines,
came in during the second and third
games and did a good job.
Lady linksters third
The Michigan women's golf team
posted a 705 to secure third place
honors at the Lady Wolverine In-
vitational held yesterday and Friday in
Ann Arbor. Bowling Green notched a
661 to take first place followed by
Michigan State with a 670. Ferris State
finished fourth with a total of 718.
Spartan Syd Wells shot a 159, with an

80 on the first day of the tourney and a
79 yesterday, to post the best score of
the two day affair. Michigan's Katryn
Colbert finished (tied for) second place
in the individual totals with a 161.
Colbert shot a mediocre 85 on the first
day of competition but came back to
shoot the best round of the tournament
with a 76. Bowling Green's Claire
Basista also had a two day total of 161 to
tie with Colbert.
Michigan coach Sue LeClaire termed
the team's performance as an im-
provement over the Wolverines ninth
place finish in the Illinois State In-
vitational a week ago.
'We placed higher-than Ferris State.
I just keep looking for steady im-
provement," said LeClair.
Garbacz and Rizzo lead
PORTLAND (AP) - Lori Garbacz
and Patti Rizzo held a 1-stroke lead
yesterday midway through the second
round of the LPGA $120,000 PING team
golf championship.

Six teams were within one stroke of
the lead as the golfers, taking advan-
tage of the best-ball format, tore apart
the par-72, 6,233-yard Columbia-
Edgewater course.
GARBACZ, 24, from Boca Raton,
Fla., and Rizzo, 22, from Hialeah, Fla.,
were 13 under par after 13 holes Satur-
day, 7 under par for the day. In the
best-ball format, the golfer with the
best score for each hole has her score
recorded in the team standings.
Veterans Sandra Haynie and Kathy
McMullen were one shot behind the
leaders at 12 under par through 14
Four other teams, including the duo
of Nancy Lopez and JoAnne Washam,
were at 11 under par at vairous stages
of the second round. Lopez and
Wa sham were 7 under par through 17
holes for the day.
Also at 11 under par were the teams
of Silvia Bertolaccini-Dot Germaine,
Sharon Barrett-Nancy Rubin, and
Myra Van Hoose-Donna White.
Bertolaccini and Germaine started
the day in a three-team tie for first at 7

under par 65. The other first-round
leaders, Rosie Jones-LeAnn Cassaday
and Chris Johnson-Robin Walton, were
nine under par through nine holes
Renner leads in third round
Renner made up three shots on the last
two holes and retained a share of the
lead yesterday in the third round of the
$250,000 Hall of Fame Golf Classic.
Renner, who matched par 71 on the
7,005-yard, No. 2 course at the Pinehur-
st Country Club, remained in a tie for
the lead with career non-winner John
Adams at 207, six strokes under par.
ADAMS, WHO hasn't even come
close to a victory and has collected only
$62,000 in a relatively undistinguished
five-year PGA Tour career, also had a
Curtis Strange, with a 69, moved to
within a single stroke of the top spot at
Adams, who has led or shared the
lead all the way, had a 3-stroke advan-
tage when he went to the 17th tee. But
he bogeyed the last two holes, missing
4-foot, par-saving putts on both.
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SCORES Widener 10, Juniata 0
College Football Alabama 42, Mississippi 14
UCLA 51, Wisconsin 26 James Madison 21, Virginia 17
Iowa State 19, Iowa 7 Adrian 33, Wooster 13
USC 28, Indiana 7 Alma 27, Michigan Tech 21
Ohio State 31, Michigan State 10 Grand Valley State 44,St. Cloud State 7
Minnesota 36, Purdue 10 Hillsdale 24, Indiana (Pa.) 7
Miami (O) 27, Northwestern 13 Hope 48, DePauw 7
Illinois 47, Syracuse 10 Kansas State 42, South Dakota 3
California 17, Mansfield State 17 Nebraska 68, New Mexico State 0
Northern Michigan 40, Saginaw Valley State 7 Ohio University 23, Richmond 14
Northeastern Louisiana 38, North Texas State 15 Southern Illinois 24, Drake 17
Hawi 23, Colorado State 13 Arkansas State 13, Tennessee-Chattanooga 12
Montana 38, Pugest Sound 10 Connecticut 24, Northeastern 17
Montana State 24, Eastern Washington 20 C. W. Post 16, Kings Point 12
Utah State 31, Weber State 10 Georgetown 18, St. Francis 16
Wyoming 37, Long Beach State 27 Holy Cross 27, Massachusetts 14
Boston College 27, Clemson 17 New Hampshire 22, Boston University 20
Catholic University 24, Fordham 18 Norwich 28, Lowell 7
Clarion State 25, Kutztown State 20 Swarthmore 2, Moravian 0
Morgan State 52, Cheney State 30 Georgia Tech 36, Citadel 7
RPI 24, Coast Guard 22 Miami (Fla.) 14, Virginia Tech 8
Rhode Island 58, Maine 55 Western Kentucky 10, Akron 3
Shippensburg State 27, Towson State 25 Edinboro State 29, New Haven 0
West Virginia 19, Maryland 18 Mgphattan 34, Siena 13

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