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SPORTS

The Michigan Daily

Birds stop Tigers
the mound and allowed pinch-hitter John Wockenfuss, and Lemon's 19th shelled hir
Gary Roenicke's game-winning single. home run of the season. Molitor an
their slim Baltimore's first two runs came on homers, t
;ht with a Ripken's sixth-inning home run and Boston 9, Milwaukee 4 hoer
at beat the Singleton's RBI single in the seventh. BOSTON (AP)- Jim Rice and Carl Bob Stan
The Tigers had raced to an early lead Yastrzemski combined for seven hits, none out in
story overby scoring single runs in the second and rookie Wade Boggs drove in three an Americ
to within through sixth innings. runs Thursday night, as the Boston Red innings pi
Brewers. DETROIT BROKE into the scoring Sox delayed Milwaukee's pennjnt ex- reliever w
the ninth column when Enos Cabell crossed the press with a 9-4 victory over the standard b
Al Bumbry plate on a Tom Brookens, double in the of 167 2-3 fo
'iole center second. Brewers.
hingleTh led gRight-hander Dennis Eckersley, 13- Rice ha
th a single The lead grew to 2-0 in the third. Chet 13, blanked the Brewers for seven in- driving in
ger pitcher Lemon drew a lead-off walk, advanced 13, bnke the Brew e o ersn wdivn in
rf unhea.. ~ ,i ~.,, r' ~ nings before the Milwaukee bombers while Yast

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m in the eighth, when Paul
d Cecil Cooper hit two-run
heir 19th and 31st respec-
nley replaced Eckersley with
the eighth and went on to set
can League record for most
itched in a season for a
ith 168 1-3 innings. The new
breaks Bill Campbell's mark
r Minnesota in 1976.
d four consecutive singles,
one run and scoring three,
trzemski lined three singles.

Cummings bypasses
Clippers for ministry '

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Terry
Cummings, the second player taken in
this year's National Basketball
Association draft, said yesterday he
will delay a pro career and play with
Athletes in Action until contract dif-
ferences are resolved with the San
Diego Clippers..,
"I don't know how long I'm going to
be playing with AIA ... My ultimate
goal is to play and have a ministry in
the NBA," the 6-foot-9 former
DePaul star forward, an ordained
minister, said at an afternoon new con-
ference.
THEMEMPHIS-based AIA is the
athletic ministry of the Campus
Crusade for Christ and features a num-
beF of former college players.
Cummings wants a two-year pact,
but San Diego has insisted on at least a
5-year deal. Collins, Cummings agent,
said he and his client were concerned
about the stability of the financially
troubled NBA franchise.
Ted Podleski, general manager and
vice president of the Clippers, said the
team would need at least five years to
recoup the money it's offered Cum-
mings and that-a two-year contradt was
out of the question.
Collins said at the news conference,
held in an athletic complex at Bellevue
Baptist Church, that at least 14 other
NBA teams have made offers to San
Diego for Cummings' services.
Worthy signs with Lakers
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The talent-
rich Los Angeles Lakers got richer
yesterday as they signed James Wor-
thy, the first No. 1 pick in the National
Basketball Association draft to be
taken by the league's defending cham-
pions.
The 6-foot-9 forward, who led North
Carolina to the National Collegiate
Athletic Association title last spring,
will join the NBA champs today for
their first preseason workouts at
Loyola-Marymount University in
Los Angeles.
WORTHY'S contract terms were not
announced. he was believed to be

seeking in excess of $500,000 a year -
which would put him somewhere in the
middle of the Laker salary ladder.
Worthy passed up his senior year at
North Carolina to make himself eligible
for the NBA draft on an economic har-
dship basis.
Worthy averaged 15.6 points pe
game last year and 14.5 per game fo
three years at North Carolina as the
Tar Heels had a record of 71-13 during
the three seasons.
Nets sign first choice
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP)
The New Jersey Nets announced
yesterday that they had signed Eddie
Phillips one of their two first-round
draft choices this year, to a contract.
Phillips, a 6-foot-6 forward fronil
Alabama, was the 21st player selecte4
in the draft. The Nets declined to
release the terms.of his pact.
The Nets have yet to come to terms
with Eric "Sleepy" Floyd, another fir-
st-round choice. The former Georget-
own guard will not report to trainng
camp when it opens today, Nets
spokesman Kevin MacConnell said.
Bullets sign Bates, Herron
LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - The
Washington Bullets signed veteran free
agents Billy Ray Bates and Keith
Herron to contracts, the National
Baslietball Association tea announced
yesterday.
Bates, a 6-foot-4 guard, was waived
by the Portland Trail Blazers on Sept.
20. Bates, 26, averaged 11.1 points per
game last year, his third with the Trail
Blazers.
The 6-foot-7 Herron, a forward
averaged 2.8 points in 30 games last
season with the Cleveland Cavaliers,
who signed him after he was waived by
Detroitsprior to the beginning of the
1980-81 season.
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.

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