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Page 10-Thursday, October 14, 1982-The Michigan Daily


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ST. LOUIS (AP) - Pinch-hitter Steve
Braun walked with the bases loaded to
drive in the winning run in the eighth
inning and relief ace Bruce Sutter
slammed the door on Milwaukee as the
St. Louis Cardinals rebounded from the
indignity of 24 hours earlier to even the
79th World Series at one game apiece
with a 5-4 victory over the Brewers last
Keith Hernandez started the winning
rally when he walked on four pitches
from reliever Bob McClure. George
Hendrick forced Hernandez at second,
and Darrell Porter, the Cardinals'
playoff MVP, followed with a single

that chased McClure and sent Hendrick
to second.
MILWAUKEE Manager Harvey
Kuenn countered with his best
available reliever, rookie Pete Ladd,
who had faced 10 men in the playoffs
and had retired them all.
But Ladd walked Lonnie Smith on a 3-
2 pitch to load the bases, bringing up
Braun, who was batting for David
Braun never saw a strike and Hen-
drick scored the winning run as the
Busch Stadium crowd erupted.
The Brewers had Stuper in trouble in
the first when a walk to Robin Yount


and a single by Cecil Cooper gave
Milwaukee runners at first and third
with one out.
BUT TED Simmons rapped into a
double play started by first baseman
Keith Hernandez. In a similar situation
in the opener, Hernandez' error had
helped Milwaukee to two unearned
In the second, the Brewers got on the
scoreboard. Gorman Thomas walked
but was forced by Roy Howell. When
Stuper threw a wild pitch, Howell
moved to second. Then Charlie Moore
doubled up the left center field alley for
the game's first run.


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Milwaukee made it 3-0 in the third
when Molitor led off with his sixth hit of
the Series, a single to center. On the fir-
st pitch to Yount, Molitor stole second,
advanced to third on a wild pitch and
scored as Yount grounded out to
THEN SIMMONS smashed a 3-1 pitch
into the second deck in right field for his
second home run of the Series.
The Cardinals' first hit came in the
third when Dane Iorg singled to right.
Cooper made a diving stop of McGee's
grounder, forcing Iorg at second.
McGee stole second and advanced to
third on an infield out. Tommy Herr
followed with a double that bounced in-
to the right center field stands, scoring
McGee with the Cards' first run of the
Then Oberkfell followed with a single
to right, scoring Herr and making it 3-2.
Hernandez flied to left, ending the in-
Lady linksters 16th
LEXINGTON, Ky. - The Michigan
women's varsity golf team capped off
its fall season this week as it travelled to
Lexington, Ky. to compete in the Lady
Kat Invitational.
The three-day match began Monday
and upon its finish yesterday Michigan
landed in 16th place. the winner of the
tournament was the Michigan arch-
rival - Ohio State.
For Michigan,-senior Karyn Colbert
led the squad with an overall score of
238 as she entered the final day in 15th

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Simmons circles the bases after his third-inning homer.
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receiver Mel Gray of the St. Louis Car- York Giants.arneTyoro h e
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