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Intramural football
Instant scheduling
Oct. 3-5, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
IM Building

SPORTS

Hockey
Maize and Blue Scrimmage
Tonight at 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena

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The Michigan Daily

Friday, October 5, 1984

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Padres feast

Final inning rally sparks Phi D4
By JERRY MUTH unearned runs. However, k'sl upsiion
Psi Upsilon 'A' 9,

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SAN DIEGO (AP)' - Kevin
McReynolds hit a three-run homer and
'Garry Templeton cracked a two-run
double as the San Diego Padres scored
a 7-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs last
night and stayed alive in the National
League Championship Series.
The Cubs, now with a two-games-to-
onie lead in the best of 5 series, still
needed one victory to advance to their
first World Series since 1945.
NO TEAM has ever won an National
League dhampionship series after
losing the first two games, but the
Padres at least were still in it.
Trailing 1-0, Templeton's double
ignited a three-run fifth inning agaist
Cubs right-hander Dennie Eckersley.
The Padres finally had found a chink in
the Cubs' pitching armor, which had
held San Diego to only 11 hits and two

runs in the two previous playoff games.
Chicago had won at home 13-0 and 4-2.
And, McReynold's homer, his first
since Sept. 3, capped a four-run sixth
inning that put the game away.
This time, it was San Diego's turn to
get the pitching. The traveled veteran
Ed Whitson gave up just five Cubs hits,
including a leadoff double to Keith
Moreland that led to a Chicago run in
the second inning. The right-hander
Whitson, 14-8 in his best major league
season, struck out six and walked two
before being replaced by Rich Gossage,
who pitched the ninth.
Game Four of the series will be
played here Saturday night with Game
Five set for Sunday. The Padres are
expected to start Tim Lollar while the
Cubs probably will go with Scott San-
derson.

By JERRY MUTH
Phi Delta Theta 8, Sigma-Chi 'A' 3
After a scoreless first three innings,
both teams unpacked their bats. By the
top of the seventh inning, the Phi Delts
were clinging to a 4-3 lead. In that last
inning with two men out, the Phi Delts
ripped two two-run homeruns to clinch
the win. Sluggers Dale Ammom and
Kevin Sell unleashed the knockout
blows to the Sigma Chi's. The Phi Delts
now advance to playoff quarterfinal ac-
tion.

PsigUpsilon''
Sigma Phi Epsilon 'B'5
Phi Upsilon ran their record to 3-0
and 10-1 over the last two years with a
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convincing win over the Sig Eps. The
hitting star for Psi U was Paul Andoni
who slammed two homeruns and drove
in four runs. Dan Olmstead gained the
mound win despite a porous Psi U
defense that allowed all live of Sig Eps'

MBA #19, Schtuppers 6
Thanks in large part to a bad hop
single, MBA #,1 was able to down a
stubborn Schtupper squad. The critical
blow came in the sixth inning with the
game tied, two men on and two out.
That fluke hit paved the way for a three
run outburst by the MBA's. Although

unearned runs. However, Psi
did manage to gun down three
at the plate.

Upsilon
Sig Eps

elt victory
the MBA's had a 2-0 lead early, the
Schtuppers rallied behind Nathan For-
bes' three-run homerun in the third to
take a 4-2 lead. However, the Schtup-
pers cound not hang on in the pivotal
sixth inning.
Alpha Delta Phi 'B' 12, Sigma Nu 'B' 7
Despite the Sigma Nu's dedication of
the game to their cook Edna, they could
not stave off the high-charged hitting
attack of the Alpha Delt's.

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Bob Dernier of the Chicago Cubs is forced out by San Diego second baseman
Garry Templeton in last night's National League playoff action. The Padres
won 7-1 but still trail the Cubs 2-1 in the best of five championship series.

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