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Tigers, Jays remain tied

The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, September 16, 1987-_Page 11
Bears belittle Giants
THESPORTINGtVIEWS o

DETROIT (AP) - A three-run
homer by Darrell Evans and a two-
out shot by Kirk Gibson helped
Detroit erase a 5-0 Boston lead as the
Tjgers beat the Red Sox, 9-8, last
night and stayed in a first place tie
with the Toronto Blue Jays in the
American League East.
Boston's Todd Benzinger hit his
first major-league grand slam and
knocked in three more runs with two
singles.
Dan Petry, 9-6, allowed two hits
in four and two-third innings of
relief for the victory. Mike
Henneman, the fourth Tiger pitcher,
earned his sixth save with two and
one-third innings of perfect relief.
Detroit's Frank Tanana, winless
ZIn his last seven starts, failed to

survive the first inning. Boston
starter Al Nipper lasted only two and
one-third innings before Steve
Crawford, 5-4, the second of three
Boston pitchers, took the loss.
Dave Bergman's single off
Crawford in the fourth broke a 6-6
tie and put Detroit ahead to stay.
Blue Jays 6, O's 2
TORONTO (AP) - M i k e
Flanagan, with last-inning help,
shut out his former teammates and
Lloyd Moseby hit a homer and a
triple to drive in four runs last night
as the Toronto Blue Jays handed the
Baltimore Orioles their eighth
consecutive loss, 6-2.
Ernie Whitt hit a solo homer in
the fifth, making his last six hits

home runs. The streak came to an
end in the seventh when he doubled
to right-center.
Flanagan, 5-6, traded on Aug. 31
to Toronto, gave up five hits,
walked two, and struck out five in
eight innings. Duane Ward got the
final three outs.
Jose Mesa, 0-1, one of two minor
league pitchers exchanged for
Flanagan, allowed a single and a
double in the fourth before Moseby
hit the three-run homer, his 24th.
Mesa gave up six runs, four earned,
on 10 hits in four innings.
Jim Dwyer had an RBI groundout
and Larry Sheets a run-scoring single
in the Baltimore ninth.

By BILL ZOLLA
Monday Sept. 14. 3:00 p.m.
The big day is finally here. It's
the ideal Monday night matchup.
The potential highlight of what may
be a strike-shortened NFL season.
The game I longed for is finally
here.
I'm talking, of course, about
tonight's matchup of football's
superpowers. It's New York against
Chicago, the "Big Apple" and the
"Windy City", the victors of Super
Bowl XX and XXI, the "Junkyard
Dogs" against L.T. and company,
the Giants against the Bears.
At this writing, I'm heading west
on I-94 en route to Chicago's
Soldier Field. Traveling with four
other Bear fans and three dreaded
Giants followers, I hope to arrive in
Ann Arbor early tomorrow morning
with the chance to again proclaim
that the Bears are the finest football
team in the NFL.
Whatever the outcome, most fans
are expecting one of the best football
games in recent years. The biggest
question is: which of these two top
defensive teams will break, or even
bend?
Even if regular Bears QB Jim
McMahon was healthy last year, the
Giants were still the better team.
They were hungry and angry like the
Bears had been the previous year.
The Bears were shut-out, 23-0, by

San Francisco in the 1984 NFC
championship game but responded
by winning 18 games and the Super
Bowl the following year.
In their last meeting, the Giants
were shut out 21-0 by the Bears in
the 1985 championship. We are well
aware of what happened last year.
In 1987, both teams have
something to prove. The Giants
hope to not only avenge their last
loss to the Bears, but also become
the first NFL team since the
Pittsburgh Steelers to repeat as
Super Bowl champs.
The Bears expect to return to their
overpowering form of 1985 and
show the country that they can win
without Jim McMahon.
It was a beautiful night for
football as we arrived in Chicago.
After a famous Due's pizza, we
headed for the stadium. As the
Chicago Sun-Times had headlined on
its front page today, "it was
showtime."
Tuesday Sept. 15. Very
early.
"Bear Down, Chicago Bears."
My companions and I hummed the
Chicago fight song for most of our
journey home following the game.
The Bears' defense returned to its
vintage form, sacking the Giant
quarterbacks nine times in a 31 -19

pasting of the "suburbanites."
The Giants looked like they
would break the game open early,
following a blocked punt that was
recovered for a touchdown. On the
Giants' next drive, a vicious hit by
Wilbur Marshall caused Phil Simms
to fumble deep in Chicago territory
and from then on the Bears owned
the game.
Mike Tomczak gave the Bears the
lead with a one-yard plunge to etid
the first half. He finished the Giants
off in the third quarter with
touchdown passes to Willie Gauit
and Ron Morris.
Following a touchdown
interception by the Giants' Terfy
Kinard, Dennis McKinnon iced tle
game for the Bears on a spectacular
94-yard punt return.
It was a great way -to start the '87
season. Hopefully, a strike can be
avoided so the cream of the NFL can
meet again in the playoffs.
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GRIDDE PICKS

Robert Bork's character is being
thoroughly srched this week as a
:enate Judiciary Committee decides
}iihether he is fit to serve in the
;supreme Court. But long before he
,as nominated by President Reagan
;fr the position, Bork was under
aintense scrutiny of a different tone.
R1 It seems that Bork has had some
Ruccess in playing Griddes, but that
he didn't report any of the prizes he's
amassed.
The American Civil Liberties
U"Pnion broke it's traditional silence
on the nomination of new judges
when they spoke out vehemently
against Bork's nomination.
It is rumored under the velvet
folds of American courts that the
,ACLU was overcome, not by Bork's
spotted record on Civil Rights, but
actually because he single-handedly
,W beat out an effort by the ACLU to
flood the Griddes pool.
Bork is back at Griddes and at a
"recent press conference dealing with
.his current controversy he was heard
saying, "I always play Griddes when
the pressure's on. It helps me get the
sweat flowing through my balding

head."
So come on folks, join Robert
Bork and hand your picks in to the
Student Publications Building before
midnight on Friday. Your civil
liberties may be in jeopardy.
1. Washington State at
MICHIGAN
(pick total points)
2. Michigan State at Notre
Dame
3. Northwestern at Missouri
4. Louisville at Purdue
5. E. Carolina at Illinois
6. Oregon at Ohio State
7. Indiana at Kentucky

8. California at Minnesota
9. Utah at Wisconsin
10. Iowa at Iowa State
11. S. Carolina at Miami,
Fla.
12. Florida at Alabama
13. Georgia at Clemson
14. Boston College at USC
15. Washington at Texas
A&M
16. Stanford at Colorado
17. Virginia at Virginia Tech
18. W. Virginia at Maryland
19. Stephen F. Austin a t
McNeese State
20. New Haven at SLIPPERY
ROCK

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Michigan Union
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