Page 12-Thursday, June 19, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Oates' two goals
past Dallas, 5-1
By DAN CONLIN and DREW SHARP
Special to the Daily
PONTIAC-Sam Oates' two goals paced the Detroit Express to a 5-1
victory over the Dallas Tornado last night at the Silverdome.
The triumph was the sixth of the season for Detroit and snapped a two-
game losing streak.
The Express didn't even allow the crowd of 9,688 the chance to get com-
fortable in their seats before notching their first tally. Forward Don Nar-
diello scored 25 seconds into the game to get the Express charged.
Dalles tied the score at 22:30 of the first half when midfielder Peter
Gruber scored on a rebound shot off of Express goalie Jim Brown.
It was totally the Express after that. Oates scored his first goal on a
header after a perfect feed from forward Pato Margetic 29:38 into the first
The dazzling, young 20-year-old Margetic then danced his way to the
third Detroit score of the half with only 35 seconds remaining.
In the second half, the Express didn't get a shot on goal for the first 15
minutes, but when they finally got the shot, they made it count. Margetic
placed another perfect lob kick right into the penalty area where striker
Gary Bannister banged it home to put the Express out front, 4-1.
Oates put the icing on the cake with 3:50 remaining in the game when he
knocked in Nardiello's pass in front of the net for his seventh goal of the year,
which is tops on the club.
Nardiello's opening goal set a team record for the quickest goal scored
in a contest. The previous record was 1:45 and was held by Keith Furphy.
The win still leaves Detroit in the cellar of the Central Division of the
NASL American Conference with a record of 6-9. The Express' next game
is against the Memphis Rogues at Memphis on Saturday night.
You win, Igive AP Photo
THE CHICAGO CUBS' Ken Henderson concedes himself out as Cincinnati
second baseman Junior Kennedy looks for his next victim in the fourth inning of
yesterday's contest at Wrigley Field. Kennedy fired to first to successfully
complete this double play, but Chicago enjoyed most of the day's success,
blasting the Reds, 7-0.
Michigan golfer John Morse, who
won the Big Ten individual title last
month, shot a one-under-par 71 yester-
day to capture medalist honors for
qualifying in the Michigan Amateur
Morse's round at the Belvedere Golf
Course in Charlevoix, along with his
Tuesday performance of 67 at Antrim
Dells in Atwood, gives him a three-
stroke lead going into today's match
play. Another Wolverine linkster,
junior Steve Maddalena, is runner-up
with a two-round total of 141.
YANKS WHIP ANGELS:
Bosox sink Seatle, 6-2
BOSTON (AP)-Fred Lynn drove in
three runs with a home run and a
single, and Carl Yastrzemski rapped a
two-run single to back the seven-hit pit-
ching of Dennis Eckersley as the
streaking Boston Red Sox defeated the
Seattle Mariners, 6-2, last night.
Eckersley, 3-5, pitched his second
POR TS OF THE DAIL I
complete game of the year while Glenn
Abbott, 6-3, took his first loss in his last
BOSTON WENT AHEAD for good
with a run in the third that broke a 2-2
tie. Butch Hobson led off witb a single,
went to second on Rick Burleson's
single, took third on a forceout, and
Chaney hired as
PONTIAC, Mich. (AP)-Veteran Boston Celtics guard
Don Chaney will become assistant coach of the Detroit
Pistons, the team with the worst record in the National
Basketball Association last season.
The Pistons announced yesterday that Chaney, a 12-year
NBA veteran, will step down as an active player to help
newly-appointed Detroit Coach Scotty Robertson try to turn
the Pistons into a winning team.
The NBA team won just 16 games last season. The last
time the Pistons had a winning record was 1976-77, when they
finished five games above the .500 mark.
Detroit General Manager Jack McCloskey said Chaney
will serve as Robertson's bench assistant and will be respon-
sible for practice and scouting.
The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Chaney will join the Pistons on
June 27 to direct the club's participation in the California
Summer Pro League.
"Don Chaney brings the Celtics' winning tradition in his
background as well as a solid grounding in fundamentals,
especially defense," McCloskey said.
Back in line, Billy
NEW YORK (AP)-American League President Lee
MacPhail has fined Oakland Manager Billy Martin for "over-
aggressive dissent" during an on-the-field argument with
home plate umpire Dale Ford June 8 and has rejected Mar-
tin's claim that Ford pushed him during the altercation.
A statement released yesterday by MacPhail's office in-
dicated the league president's action, which was taken after
Martin asked the AL to investigate Ford's conduct. Martin
had charged after the June 8 game in Oakland between the
A's and Boston that Ford had pushed him and, after the
game, had challenged him to a fight.
Gibson disa ble d
DETROIT (AP)-Detroit rookie centerfielder Kirk Gib-
son was placed on the 15-day disabled list for a sprained
wrist, the club said yesterday._
Infielder Mark Wagner came off the 15-day disabled list to
replace Gibson on the roster.
Gibson, who has nine home runs, injured his hand last
week in a series with Milwaukee and the injury got
progressively worse, the Tigers said.
scored on Lynn's single.
The Red Sox added three runs in the
fourth. Jim Rice doubled to extend his
hitting streak to 13 games and was
caught in a rundown when Carlton Fisk
grounded to Abbott. When third
baseman Ted Cox muffed the throw
from shortstop Mario Mendoza for an
error, Rice reached third and Fisk took
second. Yastrzemski singled them
Yankees 5, Angels O
NEW YORK (AP)-Ron Guidry
fired a six-hitter, and Bobby Brown
and Craig Nettles homered as the New
York Yankees won their sixth game in a
row last night, blanking the California
Guidry, 7-3, walked two and struck
out eight in recording his second
shutout of the season.
The Yankees jumped in front 2-0 in
the first inning against Don Aase, 4-6.
With one out, Bobby Murcer singled
and Nettles walked. Reggie Jackson
singled home Murcer, and Bob Watson
walked to load the bases. Jim Spencer's
sacrifice fly then scored Nettles.
Toronto 5-3, Chicago 4-1
Boston 6, Seattle 2
New York 5, Califia,,',0
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