Page 10 -The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, September 22, 1987
CHICAGO (AP) - Howard
Johnson hit a record-setting grand
slam and Darryl Strawberry stole
two bases to join Johnson in the
exclusive 30-30 club Monday as the
New York Mets beat the Chicago
Johnson's eighth-inning homer
off Cubs' reliever Ed Lynch was his
36th of the season, setting a
National League record for most
homers in a season by a switch-
hitter. He broke the record of 35 set
in 1934 by Rip Collins of the St.
Strawberry's two steals made the
Mets the first team in major-league
history to have two players with at
least 30 steals and 30 homers in the
same season. Strawberry has 38
homers and 30 steals, while Johnson
has 36 homers and 31 steals.
Dwight Gooden (15-6) pitched his
seventh complete game of the
season, giving up seven hits,
striking out nine and walking none.
Cubs starter Les Lancaster (7-2)
retired 14 batters in a row before
giving up a two-out single to
Strawberry in the eighth with the
score tied 1-1. After Strawberrytstole
second, Kevin McReynolds was
intentionally walked and Gary Carter
beat out an infield hit to load the
Lynch then relieved Lancaster and
gave up the grand slam to Johnson,
his second of the year and fourth of
Blue Jays 2, Oroles 1
BALTIMORE (AP) - George
Bell singled home the winning run
with one out in the ninth inning,
giving the Toronto Blue Jays a 2-1
victory over the Baltimore Orioles
Lloyd Moseby led off with a
bloop double to left field on which
Larry Sheets failed to make a diving
catch and moved to third on a
sacrifice bunt by Tony Fernandez.
It was the third hit of the game
for Bell, who started with a 2-for-35
lifetime record versus starter Mike
Boddicker (10-10) and increased his
American League-leading RBI total
Boddicker, bothered by muscle
spasms in his back throughout the
game, was replaced after Bell
delivered and dealt the Orioles their
18th loss in 21 games.
The winner was John Cerutti (11-
4) the fourth Blue Jay pithcer who
retired Fred Lynn with the bases
loaded in the eighth inning.
leers skate in first
practice of season
By KEN GOLDBERG
The sounds of sticks slapping
pucks, skates spraying ice, body-
checks and metal whistles returned
yesterday to Yost Ice Arena as the
Michigan hockey team ran through
its first on-ice practice of the 1987-
88 season. After several weeks of
organized off-ice conditioning, the
Wolverines appeared eager to *'
improve on their 14-25-1 record of a
The Wolverines drilled for about
forty-five minutes, took a breather,
and then returned to the ice for an Brost
intrasquad scrimmage. Half the squad
then hit the weight room while the ...pumped
other half skated sprints. Brost, Joe Lockwood and Brad
Head coach Red Berenson is McCaughey as leaders on this team."
optimistic that this year's team will After a summer working con-
be more than competitive. "Last struction for the 1988 Winter
season we lost a few games because Olympics, to be held near his home
of rookie mistakes," said Berenson, in Calgary, Alberta, Brost is pumped
"but now the core of our team is for the upcoming season. "I'm real
sophomores and juniors. The talent excited to start playing," said the
is here, and although we'll miss junior centerman (16 goals, 31
both the play and leadership of Brad assists last year). "We should
(Jones) and Jeff (Norton), I have challenge for the top four spots in
confidence in (new captain) Todd the CCHA."
New York Mets' shortstop Rafael Santana prepares for a throw from catcher Gary Carter on Cub David Matinez's
attempted steal. Martinez was safe, but the Mets beat the Cubs, 7-1.
Arbi'ter f inds collusion
NEW YORK (AP) - Baseball
owners conspired to "destroy" free
agency after the 1985 season, an
arbitrator said yesterday in a ruling
which could force open the market
for stars like Jack Clark, Dale
Murphy and Cal Ripken Jr.
In his 16-page decision, arbitrator
Tom Roberts wrote that free agents
"surely had a value at some price and
yet no offers were advanced." Roberts
underlined "no" in his ruling.
The decision affects Kirk Gibson,
Donnie Moore, and 60 other free
agents, but offered no remedies.
"The arbitrator found that the clubs
entered into a common scheme, the
effect of which was to destroy free
agency," said players' union head
Donald Fehr. "In other words, they
corked the market. We will ask the
arbitrator ... (to) make sure that it
will never happen again."
Fehr said he expected to meet with
Roberts soon to try to work out
solutions; Roberts will also hear the
damage portion of the proceeding.
"I don't think it's real clear what it
all means," Gibson said. "What the
consequences of (yesterday's) decision
will be is what I'll be interested in."
Roberts noted that Kansas City
looked at Gibson but "the interest of
the Royals in Gibson suddenly
cooled... concurrently with a meeting
of the owners at St. Louis, Mo., in
October of 1985 and a gathering of
the general managers in Tarpon
Springs, Fla., during November of
Only two free agents, utilitymen
Juan Beniquez and Dane Iorg, moved
to different teams between the 1985
and 1986 seasons.
A similar grievance involving
1986 free agents including Andre
Dawson, Tim Raines, Jack Morris
and Lance Parrish is currently being
heard by arbitrator George Nicolau.
Clark, Murphy and Ripken will be
free agents at the end of this season.
The list also includes Jesse Barfield,
Dave Righetti, Lou Whitaker, Mike
Witt and Bruce Hurst.
The Griddes staff was taken for a
loop yesterday when a curious
Griddes enthusiast entered the Daily
to ask a pertinent question.
"What time does K mart close?"
wondered the inquistive patron.
Unfortunately, the staffers were
unable to provide an adequate re-
sponse. But we can answer the ques-
tion: How do I win a $10 Domino's
gift certificate? Play Griddes.
1. Long Beach State at
MICHIGAN (pick total
2. Florida State at Michigan
3. Missouri at Indiana
4. Kansas State at Iowa
5. Central Michigan at
6. Ohio State at Louisiana
7. Northern Illinois at
8. Notre Dame at Purdue
9. Ball State at Wisconsin
10. Nebraska at Arizona State
11. Auburn at Tennessee
12. Miami, Fla. at Arkansas
13. Georgia Tech at Clemson
14. Arizona at UCLA
15. Penn State at Boston
16. Pittsburgh at W. Virginia
17. S. Mississippi at Texas
18. Alabama at Vanderbilt
19. E. Michigan at Kent
20. Edinboro at SLIPPERY
Whatever the assignment, Pilot has the formula
for writing comfort and precision.
Pilot's Better Bail Point Pen, in medium and fine points,
lets you breeze through long note-taking sessions. In fact,
we've made writer's fatigue a thing of the past! This crystal barreled
veteran of the campus has a ribbed finger grip for continuous comfort
and is perfectly balanced for effortless writing. Best of all, you'll never
throw it out because it's refillable.
The perfect teammate to the Better Ball Point Pen is Pilot's
Pencilier 0.5mm mechanical pencil. It has a continuous lead feed
system and a cushion tip that helps eliminate the frustration of lead
breakage. The Pencilier's jumbo eraser does the job cleanly while
the ribbed grip offers the same comfort as the Better Ball Point Pen.
bookstore today...The Better Ball
Point Pen and The Penciller.
r tools for
: : :The TI-74 offers B AS IC programming
with a 11 B3ASIC keyword set. There's 8K Constant
Memory and subroutine capability for advanced programming flexibility.
The TI-95 offers powerful 7200-step keystroke
programming and features our exclusive Power Windows,"' which provide
easy access to the functions and flexible file management system.
TI programmable calculators
have all the right functions and
here. The TI-95 PROCALC"T' is
keystroke programmable and the TI-74
including math, statistics and
chemical engineering, and a module
stration of our power tools. They build
such a strong case for themselves,