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SPORTS
The Michigan Daily Sunday, October 17, 1982 Page 7
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By SCOTT M. LEWIS
Special to the Daily
MILWAUKEE- The most important stroke of the bat for
Milwaukee in game four of the World Series was not Gorman
Thomas' game-winning single. Nor was it Robin Yount's or
Cecil Cooper's clutch hits which brought the Brewers even
with St. Louis in the seventh inning after trailing 5-1.
Rather, it was the seemingly harmless ground ball by Ben
Oglivie, which St. Louis misplayed for a costly error, that
loomed largest yesterday as Milwaukee staged a six-run
seventh-inning rally to beat the Cardinals, 7-5. The dramatic
victory knotted the best-of-seven series at two games apiece.
PRIOR TO the rally, the Brewers had done nothing right.
The Cardinals scored four times in the first two innings off
starter Moose Haas. Things were so bad for Milwaukee that
in the Cardinal second, two base runners managed to score
on a caught fly ball, earning Tom Herr, who hit the sacrifice
fly, a niche in the series record book.
Meanwhile, rookie St. Louis lefthander Dave LaPointe was
holding the Brewers in check, scattering five hits and
yielding only one run over the first six innings.'

Then came the seventh. With one out, Oglivie hit a two
bouncer to the right side, which Kieth Hernandez grabbed
between first and second. His throw to LaPointe, who was
covering first base, was perfect, but the ball fell out of the
pitcher's glove for an error.
THAT WAS the break that Milwaukee needed. A Don
Money single and Jim Gantner's double made the score 5-2
and sent Cardinal manager White Herzog to the mound to
replace LaPointe with losing pitcher Doug Bair. Bair proi-
ptly walked Paul Molitor to load the bases for Yount.
The Brewers' shortstop responded with a check-swing two-
run single to right. Exit Bair, enter Jim Katt, the 44-year-old
patriarch of the Cardinal staff who has appeared in all four
series games.
Cooper greeted Kaat with a hard shot to third which Ken
Oberkfell knocked down but could not retrieve in time to make
a play.. When Kaat fell behind 2-1 on the next hitter, Ted
Simmons, Herzog turned to rookie Jeff Lahti for relief.
Such relief was not forthcoming. Lahti hung a curve ball to
Gorman Thomas, who drilled the offering to left center for a
single as Yount and Cooper came home with the winning
runs.

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SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y:
EMU losing streak reaches 25

J I

y PAUL RESNICK
24 AND NO MORE proclaimed a sign
in the' stands at Eastern Michigan
University's homecoming football
game yesterday. Unfortunately for the
disappointed crowd, EMU extended its
losing streak to 25 in a suspense-filled
14-13 loss to Ohio University.
After trailing most of the game and
having a drive stall on EMU's one-foot
line, Ohio fipally took a 14-13 lead with.
less than five minutes left to play in the
game. Eastern Michigan still had a
chance to break its losing streak, but a
22-yard field goal attempt sailed just
wide to the right with eight seconds left
in the game.
Coupled with last week's 20-19 loss to
Toledo, which resulted from a field goal
by Toledo with ten seconds remaining,
this loss might have demoralized the
EMU Hurons. Interim head coach Bob
Lapointe felt otherwise. "They're still
playing hard and they haven't given
Op," he said. "You go home and punch
a pillow for a while to get it out of your
system and then try to regroup on Sun-
day."
"I still think we're going to get
someone," said the head coach. When
asked who the likely victim would be,
he said, "Who's our next opponent?
"Northern Illinois," he said, an-

swering his own question. "North-
western got it (a win against Northern
Illinois). Maybe we can do the same
thing."
Women harriers
finish second
Special to the Daily
YPSILANTI- The women's cross-
country team took second-place with 31
points in a three-team race at Eastern
Michigan. Western Ontario took first
with 29 points. Top Finishers for
Michigan were Lisa Larsen and
Melanie Weaver. Both crossed the
finish line with a time of 16:39.

Spikers lose to Ohio State
The Michigan women's volleyball
team dropped a match to Ohio State, 9-
15 13-15, 8-15. The Wolverines led 8-3 in
the second game but the Buckeyes
came back to knot the contest at 11.
Michigan now has a 9-11 overall record
and a 3-6 mark in Big Ten competition.

TUESDAY LUNCH-DISCUSSION SERIES-12 NOON
UNDERSTANDING THE LEBANON-ISRAELI-MIDDLE EAST CRISES
TUESDAY NOON, OCTOBER 19th:
"THE ISRAELI PEACE MOVEMENT AND POSSIBILITIES FOR ISRAELI/
PALESTINIAN RECONCILIATION"
Speaker: CATHERINE ESSOYAN, Associate Middle East Director for Lebanon
of the American Friends Service Committee, was in Lebanon during July. She
is coordinator of Lebanon relief for the AFSC. She received an M.A. from
Harvard in Middle East Studies and has lived in Lebanon for 8 years.
TUESDAY NOON, OCTOBER 26th:
"ENCOUNTERING TRAGEDY IN LEBANON"
Speaker; RICHARD BUTLER, Director of the Middle East Division, National Coun-
cil of Churches in the USA. He was part of a team visiting Lebanon in June
and again in September discussing the Church World Service plans with the
Middle East Council of Churches for aid to the people of Lebanon. He will report
on his personal observations in Lebanon.
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THIS YEAR THE REPUBLICANS ARE TELLING US THAT
BACKWARD IS FORWARD.
Michigan's recovery cannot be led by those
reviving all the old, useless quarrels that
have separated business and labor, men
and women, Detroit and outstate, citizens
and their government. Our recovery
depends on everyone, men and women,
black and white, all trained and educated,
treated fairly, working together well. Our
recovery depends on a strong system of
public education-our economy tomorrow
reflects the quality of our.schools today.
We need new leaders and new policies for
a state government that knows how our
resources, public and private, will work
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