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The Michigan Daily, Wednesday, September 14, 1983- Page 9

SPOR TS OF THE DAIL Y

Morris i
By JIM DAVIS
and PAM GILLERY
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - The Morris Express is
back on track.
Following two successive defeats in
which he received little run production,
Jack Morris took it to the Cleveland In-
dians last night at Tiger Stadium and
urled the Bengals to a 3-2 victory.
MORRIS, 19-10 on the season, scat-;
tered five hits and walked none while
striking out four in furthering his drive
for the American League Cy Young
Award, a bid which was weakened by
losses at Cleveland (3-2) and
Milwaukee (2-1) last week.
Dut this time the Tigers scored a few
runs early, and the right-hander made
them stand up.
The Tigers got on the board in their
first at-bat. Alfiter two were out, Larry
kerndon and Lance Parrish stroked
back to back doubles to produce a run,
then Kirk Gibson blooped a hit to center
to tally Parrish. Gibson was caught in a
rundown to end the inning.
IN THE Indians second, Gorman
Thomas led off with a double and came
around toscore on a pair of bounce outs
to Enos Cabell at first base.
Detroit added its final run in the third
when Wayne Krenchicki crossed the
late on Alan Trammel's double-play
ounder.
Morris made the 3-1 lead stand,
aided by a fine fielding play by Kren-
chicki in the fifth inning, until the
6sk
the
Fan
If both Michigan quarter-
backs were healthy, which
one would you rather see
starting for the Wolverines?

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magic as
seventh when, with one out, Ron Hassey
doubled and Pat Tabler singled him to
third.- George Vuckovich's sacrifice fly
brought the run home and the lead was
cut to one.
But Morris made his teammates'
three-run, five-hit assault stand up for
the victory, keeping the Tiger's pen-
nant hopes alive.
Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis 0
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Rick Rhoden
pitched a five-hitter and Tony Pena
homered during a four-run Pittsburgh
third inning as the Pirates blanked the
St. Louis Cardinals 6-0 last night.
Rhoden, 11-12, struck out six and
walked three in shutting out St. Louis
for the second time this season. Both of
his 1983 shutouts have been against the
Cardinals, the other coming June 26.
RHODEN NOW has a 3-1 record
against the Cardinals this season.
The Pirates chased loser Joaquin An-
dujar, 6-14, with four runs and five of
their hits in the third. After Pena hit
Andjuar's first pitch of the inning over
the left-field wall for his 12th homer,
Dale Berra singled and stole second
and scored on Marvell Wynn's single.
Wynne then took second when An-
dujar threw wildly on a pick-off attempt
and then scored when Johnny Ray
lashed a triple down the right-field line.
Bill Madlock, the National League's
leading hitter, followed with an RBI
double, but then left the game after
aggravating a tendon tear in his right
knee.

Tigers win, 3-2

The Pirates, sweeping the two-game
series against the Cardinals, scored two
more runs in the eighth on RBI singles
by Jason Thompson and Mike Easler.
Baltimore 7, Boston 4
BOSTON (AP) - Pinch hitter Jim
Dwyer's bases-loaded double drove in
three runs with two outs in the 12th in-
ning, lifting the Baltimore Orioles to a
7-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox in
the first game of a twi-night
doubleheader yesterday.
Reliever Bob Stanley retired the first
two batters in the 12th before Dan Ford
grounded a single just past second
baseman Jerry Remy's dive.
CAL RIPKEN then got an infield
double on a grounder to the left of the
mound. Third baseman Wade Boggs
went to his left but missed the groun-
der, and the ball bounced up and hit
shortstop Glenn Hoffman in the eye. As
the ball rolled intofoul territory, Ford
sprinted to third and Ripken strolled in-
to second.
Eddie Murray was walked inten-
tionally, loading the bases, and Dwyer
drilled a 2-0 pitch off the scoreboard in
left-center.
Sammy Stewarit., the fourth
Baltimore pitcher came on in the 10th
inning and picked up the victory,
boosting his record to 8-3. Stanley
replaced starter Dennis Boyd at the
start of the 12th and took the loss, his
10th in 18 decisions.

BOSTON TIED the score against
reliever Tim Stoddard in the eighth as
Wade Boggs and Jim Rice both singled
and advanced on a wild pitch. Dwight
Evans' groundout drove in one run and
Dave Stapleton's sacrifice fly drove in
the other.
Jim Rice had hit his major league-
leading.36th homer in the sixth inning
off Oriole starter Scott McGregor.
The Orioles picked up an unearned
run in first on a single by Ford, an error
by shortstop Glenn Hoffman and a
sacrifice fly by Murray. The Red Sox
tied the score in the third on an RBI
single by Jerry Remy.
Baltimore regained the lead in- the
fourth on singles by Murray, Ken
Singleton and Joe Nolan.
The Orioles,scored again in the sixth
on a double by Ripken and a single by
Singleton, and added another run in the
seventh on anRBI groundout by Ford.
New York 2, Milwaukee 1
NEW YORK (AP) - Ken Griffey
collected three hits, including a two-out
single that drove in the tie-breaking run
in the eighth inning as the New York
Yankees edged Milwaukee 2-1 last
night, handing the Brewers their fifth
straight loss.
Reliever Rich Gossage raised his
record to 12-5 with 1/1-3 innings of
hitless relief. He replaced starter Bob
Shirley in the eighth with two outs and
runners on first and third and got Ted
Simmons to ground out.

Boston's Jim Rice safely eludes Orioles' catcher Joe Nolan to tie the ga
4 in the eighth inning. Baltimore went on to take the first of the twinbi
in 12 inning.

AP Photo
ame 4-
ill, 7-4,
rleader

PETER BROWN, PETE HOCK,
College of Engineering senior MBA candidate
I guess I'd have to say Steve Smith only Dave Hall is slow; he's a tentative run-
because he's more versatile than Hall ner. Nobody can beat Smith in the 40-
could ever be. I-all just lacks experience. yard-dash so I'd definitely go with Smith.
They used to say that Steve Smith was in- Also, Hall doesn't have any zip to his
consistent but when he goes, we go. It was passes. Smith? When he's hot, he's hot,
obvious last year in the Rose Bowl, as but he can be as cold as oatmeal. Still, I'd
soon as he (Smith) got knocked out, that rather go with Smith.
was the game.

GREG MIKULA,
College of Engineering senior
I'd go with Smith just because of his
speed and ability to maneuver. I think
they should get adequate time between
both of them just in case one got hurt.
I've always felt that if you've got two
quarterbacks on the team, you should
rotate them so they don'tget in a situation
like in the Rose Bowl where they didn't
have a back-up who had playing time.

DAWNA PHILLIPS,
LSA junior
Dave Hall, because I really don't like
Steve Smith. I love the crowd's reaction to
Dave Hall, It's great. It's just like another
Anthony Carter.

KEVIN WALGREEN
LSA senior and football cheer

I would assume Steve Smith because,
first of all; he's got more experience. He's
not new to it and he has a lot of potential.
I've seen great improvement from him in
the last year.
Ask the Fan is a weekly feature
that will appear every Wednesday.
This week's edition was comDiled by
Jeff Bergida. and photographed
by Jeff Schrier.

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GRIDDE PICKS

This week marks the start of the an-
ual Daily Griddes picks. For those of
ou 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
- Griddes box at Pizza Bob's on State
Pt. and one at Pizza Bob's Midtown on
Church St.
Be sure to include your name, ad-
4ress, and phone number along with
your picks. Selections must be in by
midnight on Friday. Oh, one more
thing, the Libels have never lost in the
last 20 years.
t. MICHIGAN at Washington (Pick
Score)
0 Michigan St. at Notre Dame
3. Ohio St. at Oklahoma .
4. Stanford at Illinois
5. Indiana at Kentucky
6. Iowa at Penn St.
7. Purdue at Miami (Fla)
3. 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
SCORES
American League
Tigers 3. Indians 2
Orioles T, Red Sox 4 (1s( game)
Yankees 2, Brewers i
National League
Reds 6.Braves 0
Mets 5. Phillies 1
Pirates 6, Cards 0
Expos 5, Cubs 2
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Sports Staff

AP Top Twenty
1. Nebraska (51) .........2-0-0 1,114-
2. Oklahoma (2) . 1-0-0 1,034
3. Texas (2) .............0-0-0 964
4. Notre Dame .......V.... 1-0-0 909
5. Auburn (1)............1-0-0 903
6. Ohio State.............1-0-0 756
7. Arizona .................2-0-0 673
8. MICHIGAN ...........1-0-0 624
9. Florida State ............ 2-0-0 623
10. North Carolina..........2-0-0 622
11. Georgia ................1-0-0 568
J2. Alabama ............... 1-0-0 452
13. Iowa ...................1-0-0 427
14. USC ................0-0-1 353
15. Florida..............1-0-1 319
16. Washington ...........1-0-0 236
17. Maryland ..............1-0-0 211
18. SMU ...................2-0-0 196
19. Pittsburgh .............2-0-0 193
20. West Virginia.........2-0-0 180

UPI Top Twenty
1. Nebraska (36)..........2-0-0 582
2. Oklahoma (2) ...........1-0-0 485
3. Texas ...................0-0-0 465
4. Auburn .................1-0-0 438
5. Notre bame (1) .........1-0-0 407
6. Ohio State .............1-0-0 350
7. Georgia .................1-0-0 262
8. North Carolina.........2-0-0 248
9. Florida State.......... 2-0-0 247
10. MICHIGAN..........1-0-0 211
11. Alabama............1-0-0 174
12. Iowa ..... ..........1-0-0 166
13. Pittsburgh..........2-0-0 120
14. West Virginia.........2-0-0 98
15. Forida ..............1-0-1 93
16. Washington ........... 1-0-0 78
17. Southern Methodist ....2-0-0 73
18. Arizona State ..........1-0-0 42
19. Maryland ..............1-0-0 36
20. Boston College ........2-0-0 24

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