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Page 12 -The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September 17, 1987
Blue Jays win Key game,

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TORONTO(AP)-Jimmy Key
pitched a six-hitter for seven innings
and Tony Fernandez had three hits
and three runs batted in, leading the
Toronto Blue Jays to a 7-0 victory
over Baltimore last night, the
Orioles' ninth consecutive loss.
Key, 17-6, struck out four, did
not walk a batter and got the Orioles
to hit into three double plays. Mike
Boddicker, 10-9, gave up 10 hits and
seven earned runs in five-and-a-third
innings.
Toronto, which has scored 48
runs in its last five games, scored
three runs in the sixth inning for a
7-0 lead. Fernandez singled home
two runs and later scored on a single
by George Bell, who had two RBIs
to increase his major league-leading
total to 124.
Nelson Liriano, who had three
hits, had a one-out triple in the
fourth and scored on Lloyd Moseby's

sacrifice fly. In the second, Moseby
hit an RBI grounder and Fernandez
drove in a run with a single.
In the first, Bell drove in Moseby
with a fielder's choice grounder.
Giats 7, Astros I
SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Dave
Dravecky pitched a four-hitter and
Will Clark hit two two-run homers
last night as the San Francisco
Giants beat the Houston Astros, 7-1,
for their fifth straight victory.
The Giants took a seven-and-a-
half game lead over idle Cincinnati
in the National League West and the
third-place Astros fell eight and a
half games behind.
Dravecky allowed three singles
and Gerald Young's first major-
league home run with two outs in
the sixth inning. Dravecky, 10-10,
won for the seventh time in 10
decisions since the Giants acquired

him from San Diego on July 4. He
walked one and struck out three.
Houston starter Mike Scott, 15-
12, who retired the last 26 Giants he
faced on September 7, allowed three
home runs in five-plus innnings, the
first by Eddie Milner leading off the
game. It was Milner's fourth of the
season.
In the third, Kevin Mitchell
walked, went to second on Scott's
throwing error on a pickoff attempt,
and scored on Mike Aldrete's one-out
homer, his eighth.
Aldrete opened the sixth with a
single and Clark followed with his
30th homer for a 5-1 lead. The
homer made Clark the seventh player
in San Francisco history to hit 30
homers in a season. Scott was
removed after walking Chili Davis.
Clark added another two-run
homer in the eighth off Dave Meads.
The victory was the Giants' 11th
in 15 games and gave them a 27-11
record since August 7.

Mets 10, Expos 0
MONTREAL (AP)- Len
Dykstra hit a grand slam and Darryl
Strawberry added a two-run homer to
support the three-hit pitching of
Dwight Gooden as the New York
Mets routed the Montreal Expos, 10-
0 yesterday.
The victory kept the Mets one-
and-a-half games behind first-place
St. Louis in the National League
East. The third-place Expos fell four
games off the pace.
Gooden, 14-6, struck out 11 and
walked two as he pitched his sixth
complete game, third shutout of the
year, and 16th shutout of his career.
It was the 35th time in his four-year
career that Gooden has struck out out
10 or more batters in a game.
The Mets scored three runs on
wild pitches, two by Montreal starter
Charlie Lea, 0-1. Lea was making
his first major league appearance in
three years.

COMEDY
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-Associated Press
Boone Beams
California Angels' catcher .Bob Boone broke Al Lopez's record for
games caught in a career last night against the Kansas City Royals.
Boone caught his 1,919th game of his 15-year career.

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been getting quite an education over the
past few years. From faculty members
and administrators at colleges and uni-
versities worldwide.
And based in no small part on what
we've learned in higher education, we
proudly introduce two new classes of
higher technology:
The Macintosh SE.
And the Macintosh II.
The SE is a direct descendant of the
Macintosh Plus-the computer that's
performing brilliantly in school even as
we speak.
Like all Macintoshes both larger and

point-and-click commands and pull-
down menus.
So once you've learned the basics,
you can concentrate on learning all kinds
of other things. Or teaching them, for
that matter.
And like the Macintosh Plus, the SE
: comes standard with a 32-bit Motorola
68000 microprocessor and a full mega-
byte of internal memory expandable to
4 megabytes.
But since SE is short for "System Ex-
pansion" you can go a lot further.
You get your choice of either two
internal 800K disk drives or one 800K
driveplus an internal 20-megabyte
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work to work with data created on
MS-DOS computers.
Now, between the Macintosh Plus
and the Macintosh SE, most of the fac-
ulty and administration will find all
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mance personal computer, we present
he Macintosh II. The Open Macintosh.
It's the fastest Macintosh yet. With an
even more advanced 32-bit Motorola
68020 microprocessor.As well as a 68881
loating point processor that gives you
ven faster processing speeds for heavy
duty number crunching. (Yes, fans,the II
has the capacity to run Unix:)
You can expand its standard1 mega-

byte of memory up to 8 megabytes on
the motherboard, and up to a chilling 15
gigabytes of memory through the slots.
You can add an internal 20, 40 or
80-megabyte hard disk. Choose from two
keyboards-one with and one without
function keys.'ivo Apple monitors-
12" B&Wor 13"color.Or other third party
high resolution, large screen monitors.
And the Macintosh II has 6 expansion
slots. So it's open for just about anything
the future may hold.
Like an Ethernet interface card for
network connections. A card for running
MS-DOS software. An IEEE interface card
to monitor and control laboratory instru-

Yet powerful as it is, the Macintosh II
hasn't forgotten its first name.
It can still run most advanced Mac-
intosh business and academic software.
And it's still supported by all those
great programs that made Macintosh a
hit on campus. For example, Kinko's
Academic Courseware Exchange, Apple's
faculty journal, WhisvfortheMing'and
academic conferences.
So if your department is actively re-
cruiting computers, we su et that ou
review the qualifications ofanyorall
the Macintoshes.
Because our family is ready to make
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