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Page 10 -, The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 12. 1984

IT'S WILCOX VS. LOLLAR IN GAME 3

Series hits Motor
DETROIT (UPI) - Right-hander Milt Wilcox will pitch for 8 reco be troublesomeg the Pa
the Detroit Tigers and left-hander Tim Lollar will take the 8 record during the regular sea
mound for the San Diego Padres tonight in the third game of eight innings in defeating the]
the World Series, which so far has been dominated by out- It will mark the second Work
standing pitching.ItwlmakhescnWod
Detroit's Jack Morris defeated the Padres, 3-2, in the first yer-ldWico, who pitched
1970 World Series against Balti
game of the best-of-seven Series, but San Diego came back to Tigers' manager, was the mana
win the second game, 5-3, on a three-run homer by Kurt "THE 1970 Series seems like
Bevacqua and the combined two-hit pitching over 8 1/3 in- my first year and Sparky's fir
nings by Andy Hawkins and Craig Lefferts. very special because I've been
ALTHOUGH THE weather has been cloudy and rainy the years and I could see this tean
last several days in Detroit, the forecast for tonight's game, We won the tou hest division in
which begins at 8:35 p.m., was for a clear sky with tem- Anderson adm t sghst iox
peraure inthe 0s ndesonadmits that Wilcox
peratures in the 64s:. than he was 14 years ago.
"We've played well at Detroit all season long," said the "I think that Milt has proved
Tigers' Darrell Evans. "It'll be good to go home and get back to stop after 12 it 13 years,"
in front of our fans, but this is a World Series and regardless toct stuff now that he's star
of what city you are in, it's a special feeling every time you more. He's also got an excelle
take the field. You can bet the home crowd will pump us up." g
Although the Padres are a much better team on their home despite what some people think
field, shortstop Garry Templeton felt the emotional lift the (Willie) Hernandez are three o
club received from Wednesday night's come-from-behind ever seen. They know the hitters
victory would carry over to Detroit. THE TIGERS will be facing]
"OUR GUYS have played well on the road when we've had left-handers performed fairly
to," said Templeton. "The main thing is we've shown people
that we're not going to quit even when we're facing a team year. Detroit, which posted a 10d
was only 36-25 against left-hande
like Detroit. Sure it's going to be tough playing three games "They have lots of power," s
in their home park, but we're on a roll now and I don't think record this season. "You hav
anything will bother us."reodtisaon"Yuhv
If Wilcox performs the way he did in the third game of the move it around and try to kee
American League playoffs against Kansas City, he will cer- course, they have the short por

City
dres. Wilcox, who posted a 17-
son, allowed only two hits over
Royals, 1-0, to clinch the pen-
d Series appearance for the 34-
or the Cincinnati Reds in the
imore. Sparky Anderson, the
ager of the Reds in that Series.
a blur," said Wilcox. "It was
st year as a manager. This is
here with the Tigers for eight
m building into a real winner.
baseball with relative ease."
is a much better pitcher now
one thing, that you don't have
said Anderson. "Milt has ex-
rted to use his breaking ball
nt forkball, and that's all it is
Wilcox, (Aurelio) Lopez and
of the smartest pitchers I've
Lollar for the first time, but
well against the Tigers this
4-58 record during the season,
ers.
said Lollar, who had an 11-13
e to keep the ball down and
ep their hitters off stride. Of
ch in right field, but you can't

Associated Press
Ex-American Leaguer Rich "Goose" Gossage explains Tiger Stadium to San Diego teammate Tony Gwymr during
workouts yesterday at the ballpark. The Padres meet the Tigers tonight in the third game of the World Series, which
now stands at 1-1 after San Diego's 5-3 win on Wednesday.

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EAST LANSING (AP) - Michigan
State basketball Coach Jud Heathcote,
who suffered a heart attack last month,
has been released from the hospital and
is resting at home, a university
spokesman said yesterday.
Heathcote, 57, was released Wed-
nesday from Lansing's St. Lawrence
Hospital, said Sports Information
Director Nick Vista.
THE COACH will begin a cardiac
rehabilitation and supervised exercise
program Friday at Ingham Medical
Center, Vista said.
"The outlook for the future is ex-
cellent," Vista quoted Dr. David
Hough, director of sports medicine at
the university as saying. "But they
(doctors) will have to see how well he
does in this program to determine when
he can return to work."
Hough earlier had said that Heath-
cote probably would be able to resume
some of his coaching duties by Decem-
ber.
Michigan State's first basketball
game is scheduled for Nov. 24 against
Canisius in Buffalo, N.Y. The Spartans'
first Big Ten game is against Ohio State
onJan. 3.
Heathcote, who became Michigan

State's head coach in April 1976 after
five seasons as mentor at the Univer-
sity of Montana, suffered the heart at-
tack .Sept. 27 while working at Jenison
Field House on campus.

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