100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 20, 1989 - Image 12

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1989-09-20

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page 12--The Michigan Daily -Wednesday, September 20,1989

St. Louis
shuts out
Expos,
only 4out
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Former
Chicago Cub and New York Yankee
Bob Tewksbury pitched a four-hitter
and singled in a run as the St. Louis
Cardinals beat the Montreal Expos
5-0 Tuesday to move within four
games of first-place Chicago.
Tewksbury, 1-0, walked two and
struck out four. It was his first
major-league shutout and his third
complete game.
Pedro Guerrero gave the Cardinals
a 1-0 lead in the fourth inning when
he homered against rookie Mark
Gardner, 0-2. After a walk to Denny
Walling and Terry Pendelton's
single, Tom Brunansky andeTodd
Zeile added RBI singles.
Gardner allowed six hits in five
innings.
In the sixth, Brunansky walked
and moved to third on Zeile's single.
Tewskbury missed a suicide attempt
and Brunansky was thrown out at
home with Zeile moved to second.
Tewksbury singled to make it 4-0.
The second-place Cardinals stay at
home to play the third-place New
York Mets today, while the first-
place Cubs play the Philadelphia
Phillies in Wrigley Field.

Trump plays Griddes, too
As Donald Trump wheels and deals his way to the top of the
business world, he takes time out to play everyone's favorite game: t
Griddes.
Trump feels empty without winning the Griddes. He has
contacted famous analysts in the likes of Jimmy "The Greek"
Snyder, Mike Warren and Pete Axthlem. They have been meeting
behind closed doors through the late hours of the night, doing their
best to assure Mr. Trump the prize he has been seeking.
Trump plans to use the fame he gets from winning Griddes to
promote more fights to make himself look important. Can't get
enough exposure with Mike Tyson, you know.
Now you can match wits with Donald. All you have to do is
select the 20 teams you think will win next weekend. Also, fill in
what you think the score will be when Michigan takes on UCLA
(we need that in case of a tie).
Whoever correctly picks the most games will win breakfast for
two at O'Sullivans Eatery and Pub.
Drop your picks off at the Daily no later than 5 p.m. We're
located at 420 Maynard, on the second floor.
1. MICHIGAN at UCLA
2. Utah State at Illinois
3. Iowa at Iowa State
4. Michigan State at Notre Dame
5. Nebraska at Minnesota
6. Rutgers at Northwestern
7. Ohio State at USC
8. Wisconsin at California
9. Miami (Fla.) at Missouri
10. Maryland at Clemson
11. Arkansas at Mississippi
12. Syracuse at Pittsburgh
13. West Virginia at Louisville
14. Washington at Arizona
15. Kentucky at Alabama
16. Houston at Arizona State
17. North Carolina at North Carolina State
18. Ohio University at LSU
19. Washington State at Wyoming
20. Mississippi State at Georgia

a
a

Associot.d Press
New York Mets third baseman Howard Johnson slides into second base with a double. The Mets advanced to
51/2 games behind Chicago with their 5-2 victory over the Cubs.
Cubs lose.
Gooden records first ML save in Mets win

CHICAGO (AP) - Gary Carter
hit a three-run homer and Dwight
Gooden earned his first major-league
save as the New York Mets beat the
Chicago Cubs 5-2 Tuesday.
The Mets pulled within 5 1/2
games of the first-place Cubs. The
victory kept the Cubs magic number
to clinch a division title at eight.
Carter hit a three-run homer off
Steve Wilson, 5-4, in the second
inning after third baseman Howard

Johnson doubled and second baseman
Tim Tuefel walked.
Mets starter Bob Ojeda, 13-10,
pitched five innings and held the
Cubs to one run on four hits.
Gooden pitched the final four inn-
ings, giving up three hits and a run-
scoring sacrifice fly by Shawon
Dunston. It was Gooden's first
major-league save.
Gooden, who is still coming back
from an arm injury, made his first

regular-season relief appearance last
Wednesday against the Philadelphia
Phillies, giving up two hits in three
innings.
Mets manager Davey Johnson
benched Darryl Strawberry and Kevin
McReynolds for leaving the dugout
in the ninth inning of Monday's 10-
6 loss. In that inning, Cubs ace
reliever, Mitch Williams, smacked
his first major league hit, an
opposite-field home run off Mets
reliever Don Aase.

, ora r s + rq

FREE SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION FOR
ERE STUDENTS WHO NEED
MONEY FOR COLLEGE
Every Student is Eligible for Some Type of
Financial Aid Regardless of Grades or Parental Income.
" We have a data bank of over 200,000 listings of scholarships, fellow-
ships, grants, and loans, representing over $10 billion in private sector
funding.
" Many scholarships are given to students based on their academic interests,
career plans, family heritage and place of residence.
" There's money available for students who have been newspaper carriers,
grocery clerks, cheerleaders, non-smokers.. .etc.
" Results GUARANTEED.
CALL For A Free Brochure
ANYTIME (800) 346.6401

GRBAC
Continued from page 11
I went to a camp where I learned
about throwing. Everything just
worked out, and that's what I want
to do here."
AND HE MIGHT just get to
do that, starting this weekend at
UCLA, where he will make his first
appearance at the Rose Bowl. Many
think that this showing will not be
his last in Pasadena.
"He hasn't gotten a chance to put
his arm to use yet," Howard said. "I
think there is a lot more to come. If
you stick around, he might be the

best quarterback to come through
here since (Jim) Harbaugh."
For now though, he will be
needed just to win one game. He
almost did it against the number one
team in the country. Can you
imagine what he might doaagainst
everyone else? Michigan players
already expect him to show this this
weekend.
"He has to do what he did last
week," Walker said. "In the situation
he came into last week, we were
down. He had to come in and get us
up. Elvis did a hell of a job. Now
he's got to keep his poise and come
out ready to play."

JOHNSON
Continued from page 11
exposure that the game come with.
"I'm sure it will build up, but I
don't think the TV aspect will
bother me at all, even though it is
the first time," Bret said.
This is only the beginning of
many engagements for Johnson.
Later this year, the Bruins will face
the Washington Huskies, in a game
that could determine the Pac-10 Rose
Bowl representative, and later the
crosstown war between UCLA and
USC. That game will bring together

Johnsonand Marinovich again.
But this Saturday night will be
the first major audition for Johnson
to get that elusive attention.
However, he still can appreciate the
good fortune he has just playing for
Bruins, with or without his just due.
"I felt something special in the
first game against Tennessee, and
even last year when I could suit up
for some of the home games," Bret
said. "Wherever you go, you feel a
sense of pride for your school. It is a
big thrill to go out in front of a big
crowd and perform well."
Spoken like the leading player in
this cast.

I

in - inm - - - rn m r

100 MINUTE CASSETTE (MAXELL XL-II-100)
W/HTEA QUANTITY OF 500 LAST
W/ THE PURCHASE OF ANY COMPACT DISC!

MICHIGAN
ere

0o

P L U S 100¢cOFF ANY
COMPACT DISC

(EXCLUDES SALE ITEMS)

ALL MAXELL AUDIO & VIDEO TAPES

20%0OOFF NOW!

SPN*GtRSU~4R .fft 1R52 3
8 A C
SA-90 8-PACK BRICK

ON SALE
$1.79
each

t
FREE
DISC
FLYER

'COTe : c. . S4.RS.1 ®a'CCM.: . ' St .QfJ

ID

1)

!j

K

IR

DK. K.
NC"/TY EY MtQN POSIT. NJ" Mt1TtON
OUR _, r l
it itn10 w

$4.99
-20%

$3.99
-20%

CI-A

C:; *% 0% 1 1,

I

iWAQ,..&.,. FE1rina- - A#%Eini2

I

IWI

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan