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The Michigan Daily

_SPORTS
Sunday, October 10, 1982
Milwaukee ti

Page 7

MILWAUKEE(AP) - Moose Haas
pitched a no-hitter for 5%innings and
Milwaukee survived an eighth-inning
grand slam home run by Don Baylor to
tie the American League Championship
Series at two games apiece with a 9-5
victory yesterday over the error-prone
California Angels.
Mark Brouhard, a late replacement
for injured left fielder Ben Oglivie and
starting his first game in the
Milwaukee outfield since Sept. 5, drove
in three runs, two with a homer in the
eighth, and scored four times to break
an AL Championship Series record and
tie a major league playoff record.
Steve Garvey of Los Angeles and Bob
Robertson of Pittsburgh each had
scored four times in a game in the
National League, but the most runs
ever scored in the AL series was three,
which was done four times previously.
THE RIGHT-handed Haas, making
his first start since Sept. 13, helped the
Brewers overcome an 0-2 playoff deficit
in a rain-drenched outing. The Brewers
benefitted from the unravelling of
nearly every aspect of California's
game.
Only one other team in the 13 years of
league championship play has come
back after being down 0-2 to tie the
series and none has won a league
playoff after starting with that large a
handicap. The 1972 Detroit Tigers tied
Oakland at two games apiece, only to

lose game five.
Game five of this series was
scheduled for Sunday afternoon, if the
weather permits. Game, four was
delayed by one hour and 44 minutes at
the start and twice delayed briefly
during play.
HAAS STRUCK out seven and walked
five, losing his no-hitter and shutout with
two out in the sixth inning on a Fred
Lynn double. Haas finally left the game
after throwing 136 pitches, the final one
to Baylor - who set a playoff record with
his grand slam homer that gave him 10
RBI in the series. The previous RBI
record was nine, set by the New York
Yankees' Graig Nettles in three games
last year.
Haas left in favor of Jim Slaton with
one out in the eighth after giving up five
hits and crowning a roller-coaster
season that saw him lose four of six in
May, win four in a row in July and lose
thre of four in August before being
dropped from the regular rotation for
Don Sutton. Slaton retired the last five
batters for the save.
The 26-year-old Haas was helped by a 16
mile-per-hour wind that transformed a
Reggie jackson shot in the fourth inning
into a flyout at the warning track. It
was the only well-hit ball off Haas until
Lynn clubbed his run-scoring double on
Haas' 99th pitch of the game.
THE MILWAUKEE victories in
Games 3 and 4 represented a dramatic

s
es up
reversal of the first two games, which
the Angels won behind the pitching of
Tommy John and Bruce Kison.
Sutton, acquired from Houston on
Aug. 30, won Game 3 with a fine 72/3
inning stint, then Haas took the bal for
Game 4.
John, meanwhile, lasted only 3/3 in-
nings as the Angel starter Saturday as
his finely -tuned control abandoned him
and the Angels defense weakened.
THE BREWERS scored three runs in
the second inning, two of them unear-
ned, with the help of two errors and a
wild pitch by John.
Ted Simmons led off the Milwaukee

eries
season that saw him lose four of six in
John wild-pitched Simmons to second
John then walked Don Money, bringing
up Brouhard.
Brouhard's single to center drove in
Simmons, and when Lynn's throw to
third hit Money for an error, another
run scored. Angels third baseman
Doug DeCinces, who sustained a brdken
nose in Game 3 when he fouled the ball
off the plate and into his face, chased
Lynn's throw down near the
photographer's stand at the end of the
Angels' dugout and his wild throw took
one hop into the right field stands,
allowing Brouhard to score.

California Angels Rod Carew and Doug DeCinces catch Milwaukee Brewers Paul
Molitor in a rundown in the first inning of Saturday's American League playoff
game.

Alabama routs Penn State, 42-21

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Quar-
terback Walter Lewis scored one
touchdown, passed for another and set
up a third with three key runs and a
tricky shovel pass, leading fourth-
lranked Alabama to a 42-21 victory
yesterday over No. 3 Penn State.
Lewis ran Alabama's Wishbone to
near-perfection in the first half and
froze Penn State's defense with his slick
fakes and cuts. The 6-foot-1 junior
carried 13 times in the first half for 61
yards, including a 4-yard touchdown
run with less than three minutes gone in
the game, and completed 7 of 10 passes
for 74 yards, throwing six yards to
Joe Carter for a TD on the second play
of the second quarter that snapped a 7-7
deadlock.
HE COMPLETED his brilliant first-
'half performance by running five times
for 40 yards and shoveling an un-
derhand pass to fullback Don Horstead
behind the line for 13 more to set up
Lenny Patrick's 11-yard run with 2:24
left in the half that gave the Crimson
Tide a 21-7 lead.
However, Alabama needed field
goals of 27 and 47 yards by Peter Kim,
the latter with 7:11 left to play, to
withstand a pair of Penn State touch-
downs in the second half on Jon
Williams' 5-yard run midway through
the third period and Todd Blackledge's
13-yard pass to Kevin Baugh with 13:52
remaining that cut the Alabama lead to
24-21.
Kim's second field goal followed
Jeremiah Castille's interception at the
Alabama 27 with 10:52 remaining, one
of five passes Blackledge had picked
off.
With Alabama clinging to a 27-21
lead, the Crimson Tide broke the game
open by scoring touchdowns 11 seconds
apart down the stretch. Patrick scored
on a 6-yard run with 4:08 left after Penn
State punter Ralph Giacomarro kicked
" ,the ball off the back of one of his blockers
and Alabama took over at the losers' 12.
Linebacker Eddie Lowe closed out the
scoring 11 seconds later when he retur-
ned an interception 31 yards.
Georgia 33, Mississippi 10
ATHENS, Ga. (AP - All-
American Herschel Walker rambled
, for three touchdowns and 149 yards to

smash the Southeastern Conference
career rushing record as fifth-ranked
Georgia overpowered Mississippi 33-10.
The Georgia defense frustrated a
potent Ole Miss offense that punched
out almost 400 yards in the first three
quarters by coming up with eight tur-
novers, including seven pass intercep-
tions.
WALKER, A 221-pound junior, lifted
his career total to 4,158 yards, breaking
the former SEC standard set at 4,035 by
former Louisiana State star Charles
Alexander in four seasons beginning in
1975.
Walker's touchdowns came on runs of
3, 1 and 9 yards. The last two came in
the second half.
The Bulldogs had broken a 10-10
deadlock on the final play of the first
half when sophomore Kevin Butler
kicked a 59-yard field goal, tying the
SEC record set in 1969 against the
Bulldogs by Cloyce Hinton of Ole Miss.
Butler also kicked a 47-yard field goal
in the first period and Georgia's other
score came in the third quarter when
John Lastinger fired a 4-yard scoring
pass-to Norris Brown.
The victory lifted Georgia to 5-0 for
the year and 2-0 in the SEC, and it was
its 14th consecutive conference victory.
N. Carolina 24,
Wake Forest 7
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) -
Scott Stankavage threw two second-
half tnuhdnwn naes to lead 12th

ranked North Carolina past stubborn
Wake Forest 24-7 in Atlantic Coast Con-
ference football yesterday.
Mark Smith caught both scoring
passes, the first a 26-yarder following a
fumble by Wake quarterback Gary
Schofield to snap a 7-7 tie.
North Carolina, 4-1, 1-0 in the ACC,
marched 73 yards at the start of the
fourth quarter with Kelvin Bryant
doing most of the work when Bryant
was stopped at the Wake Forest 2,
Brooks Barwick kicked a 24-yard field
goal with 11:50 left to extend the Tar
Heel lead to 17-7.
After Walter Black blocked a Phil
Denfeld field goal attempt, the Tar
Heels marched .80 yards with Smith
scoring on a 14-yard pass and 1:40
remaining.
Notre Dame 16, Miami 14
SOUTH BEND (AP) - Mike John-
ston's third field goal of the game, a 32-
yarder with 11 seconds to play, vaulted
10th ranked Notre Dame to a 16-14 vic-
tory over Miami of Florida yesterday
andkept the Fighting Irish unbeaten af-
ter four games.

Johnston, whose earlier kicks
covered 29 and 42 yards, accounted for
all of Notre Dame's scoring in the
second half, with his winning field goal
following a 79-yard touchdown pass
from Miami's Mark Richt to Rocky
Belk.
The game-winning field goal was
Johnston's ninth in as many tries this
season and dropped the 17th-ranked
Hurricanes to a 4-2 mark.
Held scoreless in the first half when
Notre Dame took a 7-0 lead after a fum-
ble recovery deep in Miami territory,
the Hurricanes took the second half
kickoff and, with the aid of 34-yard pass
interference play, tied the score on a 1-
yard pass from Mark Richt to Glenn
Dennison.

FACT: The President has introduced an amendment to strip the first amendment and allow
organized group prayer in the public schools.
FACT: Currently in a Jackson County school district, creationism, a belief that holds that the
earth is only 6,000 years old, is being illegally taught as science in a public school.
FACT: Banned books in America include five versions of the dictionary, books such as Father
Christmas, The Diary of Anne Frank, Alice in Wonderland and hundreds of others. More banned
books cases have been reported in Michigan during September than in any other state according
to the American Library Association.

"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good
(people) to do nothing. "-Edmund Burke
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