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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Thursday, September 21, 1989
Cubs' pennant chase

CHICAGO (AP) - Von Hayes
drove in four runs and Ricky
Jordan's run-scoring single broke a
sixth-inning tie as the Philadelphia
Phillies beat the Chicago Cubs 9-8.
The Cubs entered the contest
with a four-game lead over second-
place St. Louis.
Hayes' three-run homer in the
first put Philadelphia ahead 3-0.
With the score 7-7 in the sixth,
Jordan singled home Tom Herr and
the Phillies added a run on Dickie
Thqn's RBI single off Les Lancaster,
3-2.
Don Carmen, 5-15, pitched 2 2/3
scoreless innings for the victory.
Todd Frohwirth pitched two-plus
innings and Roger McDowell got
the last three outs for his 19th save.
Philadelphia's Darren Daulton
went 5-for-5.
Chicago's Luis Salazar and Ryne
Sandberg had four hits apiece.
Pirates 9,
Expos 1
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Bobby
Bonilla's three-run homer
highlighted a five-run first inning
that carried the surging Pittsburgh
Pirates to a 9-1 win over Montreal.
Kevin Gross, 11-12, gave up four
runs before he retired a batter in the
first. Barry Bonds doubled, stole
second and scored on Jay Bell's
single. Andy Van Slyke singled and
Bonilla followed with his homer.

Mike LaValliere's grounder
scored R.J. Reynolds, who walked,
stole second and moved to third on
Jeff King's fly ball after the homer.
Neal Heaton, 5-7, struck out five
of the first nine batters he faced and
allowed four hits in six innings.
Padres 3,
Reds 1
CINCINNATI (AP) - Jack
Clark scored the winning run on
third baseman Luis Quinones'
throwing error in the 10th inning
Wednesday night to lead the San
Diego Padres to a 3-1 victory over
Cincinnati.
The second-place Padres trailed
San Francisco by five games in the
National League West at the start of
the night.
Clark walked with one out in the
10th, and Chris James followed with
a single off reliever Norm Charlton
(6-3) to send Clark to third.
Blue Jays 10,
Red Sox 3
TORONTO (AP) - Dwight
Evans homered and drove in three
runs and Wade Boggs had a pair of
run-scoring singles, leading the
Boston Red Sox past the Toronto
Blue Jays 10-3.
The Blue Jays began the day with
a two-game lead over Baltimore in
the American League East.

slowed by
Roger Clemens, 16-10, gave up
three runs on nine hits in eight
inning. Jimmy Key, 12-14, was
tagged for six runs on 10 hits in
three-plus innings.
The Red Sox hit a triple, two
doubles and a single in taking a 3-0
lead in the second inning. Kevin
Romine doubled, Luis Rivera
tripled, Rick Cerone doubled and
Boggs singled.
Boggs wen 2-for-5 and raised his
average to .323, third in the league.
Evans led off the third with a
home run for a 4-2 lead.
Athletics 8,
Indians 6
CLEVELAND (AP) - Tony
Phillips hit a bases-loaded triple to
cap a five-run rally in the sixth

Phillies
inning as the Oakland Athletics beat
the Cleveland Indians 8-6.
Oakland began the night leading
the American League West by 21/2
games over California.
Storm Davis, 18-7, gave up three
runs and seven hits in five-plus
innings. Dennis Eckersley went one
inning for his 30th save.
Greg Swindell, 13-6, allowed five
runs in 5/1/3 innings.
Rickey Henderson, who led off
the game with a home run for the
40th time in his career, walked to
start Oakland's sixth. He stole
second and third and Carney Lansford
walked. Jose Canseco's sacrifice fly
made it 3-3.
Mark McGwire singled and Dave
Henderson had an RBI single. Dave
Parker walked to load the bases and
Phillips tripled.

New Zealand to appeal
court decision on Cup

WELLINGTON, New Zealand
(AP) - New Zealand syndicate
chairman Michael Fay said
yesterday that he will attempt to
appeal a New York court decision
allowing the San Diego Yacht Club
to retain the America's Cup.
"We have always expected this
dispute would go all the way to the
final court," Fay said. "Mercury
Bay is committed to seeing it
through and we are going to win."
Fay described the court decision
as "a disgrace."
He said Mercury Bay Boating
Club's appeal, the final step in the
legal process should be completed
within four months and should not
interfere with plans to race the next
America's Cup in 1992.
In a 4- decision Tuesday, the
Appellate Division of of the New
York State Supreme Court declared
San Diego the winner of last year's
regatta, reversing a lower court
verdict that disqualified the U.S.
defender and awarded the America's
Cup to New Zealand.
"The idea that a competitor can
fix a contest to win makes a
nonsense of any sport. It is wrong,
plain and simple," Fay said.
Justice Bentley Kassal's
dissenting opinion maintained that
last year's cup races were
"manifestly unfair in every sense"
because the United States raced a

catamaran against New Zealand's
monohull.
Fay said the appeals court itself
was sharply divided on fundamental
issues. "If this ruling is not
overturned, sportsmanship and the
cup are out the window," he said.
Under New York law, either the
Appellate Division or the Court of
Appeals, the state's highest court,
must give Fay permission to
appeal. George Tompkins Jr., Fay's
lawyer, said the Court of Appeals
accepts about 10 percent of the
cases it is asked to hear. Fay has 30
days in which to ask for permission
to appeal.
Even while the New Zealanders
were losing 2-0, they maintained
that the contest was invalid, as the
deed of gift governing the 138-year-
old contest called for the defender to
enter a boat that was similar to the
challenger's.
"Mercury Bay's challenge was
right, San Diego's defense was
wrong," Fay said. "Even a five year
old can understand that. There isn't
a yachtsman or a sportsman
anywhere in the world that will
agree with the other judges' ruling.'

Women's rugby hosts Big Ten

Prom Staff Reports
The Michigan women's rugby
football club hosts Big Ten foes
Michigan State and Purdue this
Saturday to open its '89 home
schedule. A round robin of three
matches will begin at 2:00 p.m. on
Palmer Field.
The Wolverines are confident
about this weekend's match against
Purdue, as the Boilermakers are
relatively young, lacking the depth
and experience of the Michigan

team.
Playing Michigan State promises
to be more challenging as one player
noted - "We (U-M) play them
frequently, so we know their tricks
and tactics. This should be a good,
competitive match."
Any one who is interested in
competing in the future is
encouraged to attend this Saturday's
matches. For further information,
contact the Director of Club Sports
at NCRB (763-4560).

"Unless the defenders are
prepared to compete in essentially
similar, in the future the Cup will
just sit gathering dust," Dickson
said.

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