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Basketball Season Tickets
Applications available
through tomorrow
Michigan Ticket Office

SPOctRT
_______ Thursday, October 17, 1985

Field Hockey
vs. Ohio State
Tomorrow, 4 p.m.
Ferry Field
Page 7

The Michigan Daily

Missouri Series.

Cards

, Royals clinch pennants

TORONTO (AP) - The Kansas City
Royals, the team that would not quit,
completed a stunning turnaround last
night by beating the Toronto Blue
Jays 6-2 behind Jim Sundberg's four
RBI to win the decisive seventh game
of the American League playoffs and
advance to the World Series.
The victory set up an all-Missouri,
Show-Me Showdown in the World
Series starting Saturday night in Kan-
sas City between the Royals and the
St. Louis Cardinals, who won the
National League pennant earlier
Wednesday by beating Los Angeles, 7-
5.
THE ROYALS iced their comeback
from a three games-to-one deficit
when Sundberg drove in three runs
with a bases-loaded triple off the top
of the right field wall in the sixth in-
ning.
Thus ended Canada's hopes for the

first World Series outside the United
States.
Meanwhile in Los Angeles Jack
Clark, acquired in the offseason to put
some power in a lineup built' on speed,
hit a three-run home run with two out
in the ninth inning to give St. Louis a 7-
5 victory over Los Angeles yesterday
afternoon and send the Cardinals into
their 14th World Series.
Twice, the Cardinals fought back
from deficits to beat the Dodgers in
the sixth game of the National League
playoffs. The Cardinals thus completed
a four-game sweep of the Dodgers af-
ter losing the first two games.
"I'M NOT a hero or the reason why
we are here," said Clark, who had
gone without a home run since Sept.21
while missing a major portion of the
final month of the season with a rib in-
jury.
"It's been the whole team all the
way," Clark said, "our manager,
Whitey Herzog, and our bullpen,

Joaquin Andujar and John Tudor.
They've kept us in ballgames, they
kept us out of losing streaks."
Ozzie Smith, who went 10-for-23 in
the series with three RBI including
the game-winning homer Monday,
was voted aninimously as the Most
Valuable Player of the playoffs. Smith
also had an RBI triple to cap a three-
run seventh inning yesterday as the
Carindals tied the score 4-4.
"We've battled all year, and today
was an example of what you can do if
you believe in yourself," Smith said.
"and that's what these guys did all
year."
The Dodgers, who at one time led
the game 4-1, broke the 4-4 tie with
Mike Marshall's leadoff homer in the
eighth inning. Then, facing reliever
Tom Niedenfuer, the Cardinals star-
ted their winning rally with one out in
the ninth.

Associated Press

Jack Clark wallops a three run homer in the top of the ninth to give St. Louis a 7-5 win over Los Angeles and
send the Cardinals to the World Series.

The Kean Eye

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By Tom Keaney

III,

HAVE a few questions on my mind, so if you
will all just give me a quick show of hands ...
How many of you were there to see the basket-
ball team's first practice on Tuesday? How many
know that basketball practices have even started?
How many of you know what a basketball looks
like?
How many of you know that the University of
Kentucky had 11,000 on hand for its first hoop
practice, a workout which began on the first
minute of the first day of practice allowed by the
NCAA, 12:01 a.m. October 15?
How many think that the Wolverines' new maize
and blue sneakers (dare I say, "Air Joubert?")
will boost season ticket sales?
How many have seen freshman phenom Glen
Rice's orange tail on the back of his head?
How many people are at all that Roy Tarpley
has added about 15 pounds of bulk in his shoulders
and chest? (Yeah, as if Tarpley really needs to
add another dimension to his game.)
How many are wondering how Steve Stoyko will
fare in competition with this season's bumper crop
of freshmen? How many recognize the names of
any of the freshmen on the team (Rice, Billy But-
ts, Mike Griffin, Mark Hughes, J.P. Oosterbahn,
Loy Vaught)?
How many actually believe that Antoine Joubert
has lostr15 pounds?
So far only one of the three college basketball

(preview magazines tha
Wolverines rated first. I
these plubications, could
ranking Michigan first?
On the other hand, ho
Sports Illustrated to hav
cover of its basketball pre
How many of you woul
see coach Bill Frieder a
lying on the beach in Haw
Chaminade Classic com
You're doing well so fa
for a few questions abouta
How many think that ti
----,

Basketball season...
... and other questions
at I've seen has the) Michigan hockey center Brad Jones and quarter-
f you wrote for one of back Doug Flutie is pretty damn scary?
you honestly justify not Be honest now, how many of you actually
laughed when you heard about Vince Coleman get-
)w many actually want ting munched by the tarp roller at St. Louis?
e the Wolverines on the How many of you are already thinking about a
view issue? national championship in football and basketball
.dn't pay good money to (not to mention baseball)?
nd the basketball team How many would believe that one of the events
aii between games of the at a recent "iron man" competition was a midget
ing up in November? toss, where guys built like Coke machines took
r, but please indulge me turns heaving a crash-helmeted midget?
a mixed bag of sports. How many people are honestly looking forward
he resemblance between to the return of Dick Vitale to the airwaves? And
speaking of broadcasters, how many of the
following are you really sick of hearing on TV:
Brent Musburger, Beano Cooke, Doug Flutie,
Frank Broyles and Keith Jackson (they've
become one entity), Vin Scully and Joe Garagiola
(same again)?
On the other hand, who could listen to John
Madden, Dick Enberg, Merlin Olson, and Chris
Berman all night?
Deep in you hearts, do any of you really feel that
Michigan should be rated the number one football
team in the country before beating Iowa?
And finally, now that their season is over, how
many think that the Los Angeles Dodgers should
nd Jones just be called "Los Dodgers?" (Hint: Guerrerro,
nes and Flutie? Valenzuela, Gonzales, Diaz, Castillo, Pena ...)

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P IOU nips
Pete Perna hit Lance Lutz with a
late touchdown pass to give IOU a 12-
10 victory over MES in Independent B
football action on Sunday. Perna's
pass gave IOU its only lead in the
game. IOU's other touchdown came
on a 15-yard pass from Karl Weber to
Gary Debrincat in the second quarter.
In Independent Rec. competition,
the Couch Potatoes defeated the cold
Warriors, 8-6. The Couch Potatoes
lone score came on a Colin Brakke
touchdown run. Brakke then hit Joe
Hart in the end zone for the two-point
conversion. The Cold Warriors rallied
for a touchdown of their own, but the
Couch Potatoes' defense held to
prevent the two-point conversion.
The Ann Arbor Vice defeated the
Polish Pizazz 12-8 in Co-Rec Com-
petitive football on Monday. Audrey
Ebersold hit Alison Tillman with a
touchdown pass and David Sheasley
returned an interception for the other
Ann Arbor Vice touchdown.
Rob Schaller hit Greg Silos for two

MES in grid
touchdown passes as Sigma Epsilon Alpha D
Chi trounced AICHE, 22-0 in Indepen- Delta T
dent B action. Sigma Epsilon Chi's
other touchdown came on a Ken Rambo
Sarafa catch from Schaller. A swar- Beefst
ming pass defense led by Andy San- Flintst
ford paced the Sigma Epsilon Chi A'A'A.
defense. Team 3
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Delta Phi 18, Acacia 2
rau Delta 12, AlpIha Epsilon Pi0
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20, Phi Putso Putso 0
icks 12, Unit Ten 0
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