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Football vs. Notre Dame
Saturday, September 14
1:41 p.m. starting time

SPORTS
Wednesday, September 11, 1985
HOYT, MCCULLERS BLANK ROSE

Fencing Club Signups
Monday, September 16
8 p.m. at the Coliseum

The Michigan Daily

Page 7

San Diego hurlers hold Charlie Hustle hitless
(Continued from Page )

'as the leadoff hitter in the fourth in-
;ning. He stepped into the batter's box
to the cheers of the crowd while the
organist played the theme from
"Beverly Hills Cop." But, on the first
pitch, he hit a soft liner to Padres left
fielder Carmelo Martinez and he was
0-for-2.
Leading off the sixth inning against
Hoyt, Rose went hitless for a third at-
bat, hitting a blooper toward shallow
left that Templeton drifted back on
and handled without trouble. The
count was 2-1.
-In his last chance to break the
record for the night, Rose came up
with one out and a runner at second in
the eighth inning against rookie right-
handed reliever Lance McCullers.
Rose took the first pitch, a blazing
fastball outside, then hit a line drive
toward the gap in left-center.

FOR A fleeting moment, it had a
chance to drop for The Hit, but
Marinez ran in and to his left, making
a relatively easy catch on the ball as it
hung up long enough for him to reach
it on the run.
After the -out, Padres right fielder
Tony Gwynn was caught in a swirl of
confetti and toilet paper, dumped onto
the field by apparently disgusted fans
who had paid their money only to see
Rose come up empty.
The only chance Rose had left in the
game was if the Reds could have for-
ced extra innings. But Rich Gossage
retired the side in order in the ninth
inning, and the Padres won 3-2.
Another right-hander, Eric Show,
will start for the Padres Wednesday,
giving Rose his next chance to break
Cobb's 57-year-old record.

Orioles 7, Red Sox 5
BOSTON (AP) - Eddie Murray
broke a tie with a two-run homer in a
six-run Baltimore eighth inning and
Mike Young hit a pair of homers last
night, powering the Orioles to a 7-5
victory over the Boston Red Sox in the
first game of a doubleheader.
Right-hander Storm Davis (10-7).
allowed nine hits and struck out six
without allowing a walk in seven in-
nings, outpitching Boston southpaw
Bruce Hurst (10-11). Don Aase pitched
12/3 innings for his ninth save.
AFTER YOUNG tied the score 1-1
with his 25th homer in the sixth, Cal
Ripken began the eighth with a
double, extending a career-equaling
hitting streak to 16 games.
Murray then broke an 0-for-16

slump against Hurst and 0-for-12
against Boston this season with his
27th homer into the screen in left field.
Young followed with a homer into
the bleachers in center, shelling Hur-
st, who allowed eight hits, struck out
six and walked five.
THE ORIOLES added three more
runs off reliever Bruch Kison in the
eighth on an RBI single by Rick Dem-
psey and a two-run homer by John
Shelby.
The Sox came back and scored four
in the bottom of the eighth on Bill
Buckner's RBI grounder, a two-run
homer by Jim Rice, his 25th, and Rich
Gedman's 15th homer.
Wade Boggs doubled in the eighth.
for his 200th hit. Boggs has 200 or
more hits the last three seasons.
The Sox took a 1-0 lead in the fourth
when Rice, hitting safely in his eighth
consecutive game, lined a single. to.
left and raced to third as Gedman
singled to center and scored on Mike
Easler's double.
Dodgers 10, Bra es 1
ATLANTA (AP) - Rick Honeycutt
pitched a five-hitter in his first com-
plete game of the year and Mariano;
Duncan batted in five runs yesterday'
to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to a
10-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves in
the first game of a doubleheader.
Honeycutt, (8-12) who had lost six of
his last eight decisions, also set off a
five-run second inning with an RBI
single. He struck out two batters and
walked three.
DUNCAN DROVE in two of the runs
in the second with a single against
Pascual Perez (1-10) and knocked in
two more in the third with a triple off
reliever Jeff Dedmon.
The Dodgers are 10-3 against the
Braves this season.
Honeycutt's bases-loaded single
with one out in the second scored Bill
Madlock. Duncan followed with his
two-run hit. After an out and a walk,
Dedmon replaced Perez and yielded a
two-run single to Greg Brock.
Atlanta made it 7-1 in the third when
Brad Komminsk led off with a walk
and came around on a single by Bruck
Benedict, a sacrifice by Dedmon and
sacrifice fly by Rafael Ramirez.
The Dodgers added three runs in the
eighth. Mike Scioscia walked, stole

second, went to third on a fielding
error by shortstop Rafael Ramirez and
scored on a grounder by Steve Sax.
Sax went to second on a single by
Honeycutt and scored on Duncan's
third hit, a single to right. Honeycutt
then scored on Landreaux's grounder.
Pirates 2, Cubs 1
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Denny Gon-
zalez hit a two-run homer and Rick
Reuschel pitched his sixth straight
complete game, striking out 12 bat-
ters, as the Pittsburgh Pirates beat.
the Chicago Cubs 2-1 last night.

Gonzalez's homer was his fourth of
the season and came in the second in-
ning against Steve Engel (1-4). . It
followed a two-out double by Tony
Pena. 4h
REUSCHEL (12-7) gave up eight'
hits and had a season high in'
strikeouts as he beat his former
teammates for the second time this
season. He fell only one short of his
career high in strikeouts.
Reuschel walked only one batter,,
and the run he allowed was unearned.
Engel pitched six innings and gave
up seven hits. Lary Sorenson finished;
giving up two hits over two innings.

Associated Press

New York Mets' third basemain Howard Johnson receives congratulations after clouting a first-inning grand slam to
give the Mets the early lead in their first-place battle against the St. Louis Cardinals last night at Shea Stadium.
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~Blue Jays'
Alexander
wins duel

TORONTO - Damaso Garcia
singled in the winning run in the
seventh inning to snap a 1-1 tie and
Doyle Alexander bested Jack Morris
in a pitchers' duel as the Toronto Blue
Jays defeated the Detroit Tigers 2-1
last night.
The Blue Jays entered the game
leading the second-place New York
Yankees by 1 % games in the
American League East.
WITH ONE out in the seventh in-
ning Jesse Barfield singled and stole
second. One out later Garcia singled
to left to score Barfield.

Alexander, 15-8, checked the Tigers
on seven hits and twice pitched his
way out of bases loaded jams. He
struck out eight and walked four.
Morris, 14-10, was overpowering in
the early going, striking out the side ir
both the first and third innings er
route to a season-high 11 strikeouts.
THE JAYS tied the game in the six
th when Garcia and Lloyd Moseby
singled and George Bell drove in Gar
cia with a single.
Detroit's Alan Trammell snapped a
scoreless duel in the fifth with a
sacrifice fly.

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GRIDDE PICKS POSTERS AR
All-American rocker Bruce
Springsteen played last week at the
Silverdome before a full house of 9,W
devoted fans. .
But alas, The Boss has hit the road
and is far from Ann Arbor now.1
Or is he? Sources close to the Daily
eport that Bruce entered the Student
and then drove away muttering "I've M
got it this week! The Fighting Amish
can't miss!"
Choose the winners of the 20 college
football games listed below and drop
off your entry at 420 Maynard (second
floor) by midnight Friday. The con-
testatit who correctly tabs the most
winners will get his choice of a full-
ay Sicilian or Chicago stuffed pizza
or whole submarine sandwich from
Pizza Express, located at Dooley's. As
a tie breaker, include the total num-
ber of points scored in the Michigan
game."
1. Notre Dame at Michigan1
(pick total points)
2. Southern Illinois at Illinois
3. Louisville at Indiana
4. Drake at Iowa
5. Arizona State at Michigan State i MA NY P

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