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Page 12 - The Michigan Dily-- Tuesday, September 13, 1983
Tigers turn back

Tribe, 5-1

DETROIT (AP) - Rick Leach's two-
run single keyed a three-run Detroit'
fourth inning and the Tigers went on to
beat the Cleveland Indians 5-1 last'
night.
Enos Cabell started the Detroit fourth
with a single and went to third on Chet
Lemon's single. Lemon went to second
on a passed ball and Leach singled
home both runners to give the Tigers a
2-1 lead.
WAYNE KRENCHICKI followed
with the fourth successive single off
loser Bert Blyleven, 7-10, putting run-
ners on first and third. Leach then.
scored on Lou Whitaker's hard liner off
second baseman Mike Fischlin's glove,
which was ruled an error.
Cabell hit a two-out double in the
Detroit fifth, then Blyleven hit Lemon
with a pitch, walked Leach and hit
Krenchicki to force in Cabell.
It was a poor outing for Blyleven, who

left the game after 4 2-3 innings with
three hit batsman and one wild pitch.
He also gave up nine hits and two
walks.
THE TIGERS GOT an insurance run
in the sixth off Dan Spillner on suc-
cessive singles by Alan Trammell,
Larry Herndon and Lance Parrish.
Winner Milt Wilcox, 9-10, gave up
nine hits in eight innings. It was his first
victory in three starts since being re-
instated from the disabled list on Aug.
1. John Martin pitched the ninth.
Andre Thornton had singled in the
Cleveland fourth, moved to second on a
wild pitch and scored on Ron Hassey's
single.
Cubs 8, Expos 0
CHICAGO (AP) - Dick Ruthven pit-
ched a four-hitter and Keith Moreland
drove in two runs and had two key hits
in a seven-run sixth inning rally as the
Chicago Cubs dumped the Montreal
Expos 8-0 yesterday.
Ruthven, 12-11, struck out four and
walked none to record his fourth com-
plete game and snap a personal three-
game losing streak against the Expos.
Montreal's Steve Rogers, 17-10, took the
loss, his first against Chicago in five
decisions.
MORELAND drove in Chicago's first
run in the bottom of the third. After
Ruthven led off the innng with a single,
Dan Rohn bunted him to second and

reached safely when Rogers tried to get
Ruthven at second for the force and
missed. Bill Buckner singled to load the
bases and after Mel Hall struck out,
Moreland hit a grounder that Expo
third baseman Tim Wallach misplayed,
allowing Ruthven to score.
The seven-run sixth inning explosion
was the most runs allowed in an inning
by Montreal this season. Moreland led
off with a double and scored when Ron
Cey doubled behind him. AFter Car-
melo Martinez singled Cey to third,
Jody Davis brought Cey around with
another double, but Tim Wallach,
taking the relay from Andre Dawson,
cut down Martinez at the plate.
Larry Bowa then singled and Ruth-
yen reached base on Wallach's second
miscue, with Davis scoring on the play,
for a 4-0 Chicago lead.
Pinch-hitter Ryne Sandberg greeted
reliever Dan Schatzeder with a single to
score Bowa and Ruthven, and Buckner
followed with a double to dirve in San-
dberg for a 7-0 Chicago lead. After Hall
popped out, Moreland, batting for the
second time in the inning, drilled an
RBI single to score Buckner.
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... game-winning single

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AP Photo
Baltimore Orioles second baseman Rich Dauer leaps in an unsuccessful
double play attempt in last night's game against the Boston Red Sox. The
game was rained out in the third inning.

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WE'RE HERE FOR YOU!!!

GRIDDE
The college football season is under-
way and you know what that means.
Yes, the start of the annual Daily Grid-
de picks. For those of you who are
uneducated, Griddes is a chance for you
to win a free pizza from Pizza Bob's.
This is how it works. Drop your
predictions of the following twenty
games, including the score of the
Michigan game (which is used as a
tiebreaker) at the Michigan Daily. The
Daily is located on the second floor of
the Student Publications building on 420
Maynard Street. We will also be placing
a Griddes bo~xat Pizza Bob's on State
St.
Be sure to include your name, ad-
dress, and phone number along with
your picks. Selections must be in by
midnight on Friday.
1. MICHIGAN at Washington (Pick
Score)
2. Michigan St. at Notre Dame
3. Ohio St. at Oklahoma
4. Stanford at Illinois
5. Indiana at Kentucky
6. Iowa at Penn St.

PICKS
7. Purdue at Miami (Fla)
8. Nebraska at Minnesota
9. Missouri at Wisconsin
10. Northwestern at Syracuse
11. Cameron at Angelo St.
12. Texas at Auburn
13. Boston College at Rutgers
14. Georgia at Clemson
15. Arizona St. at UCLA
16. West Virginia at Maryland
17. Air Force at Wyoming
18. Northern Michigan at Central
Michigan
19. Sonoma St. at San Francisco St.
20. DAILY LIBELS at Mt. St. Helens
SPORTS ON TAP
FOOTBALL
at Washington, Sept.17, 4:30 p.m. EDT
WOMEN'S GOLF
LADY WOLVERINE INVITATIONAL,
Sept. 16-18
VOLLEYBALL
OHIO STATE, Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m.
at Indiana, Sept. 17

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