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Page 14-Friday, June 12, 1981-The Michigan Daily
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP

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Jays drop 11th

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TORONTO (AP) - Pinch-hitter
Jamie Quirk drove in three runs with a
bases-loaded double in the eighth in-
ning, while Hal McRae and Rance
Mulliniks drove in two runs apiece as
the Kansas City Royals handed Toronto
its 11th consecutive defeat, 10-5, last
night.
The losing streak tied the Blue Jays'
club record.
WITH TORONTO leading, 5-4,
George Brett led off the eighth for the
Royals with a triple off Mike Willis, 0-4.
After a walk to Willie Aikens, Brett was
caught in a rundown on a grounder by
Amos Otis, with the runners moving to
second and third.
An intentional walk to McRae loaded
the bases, then Quirk batted for Dave
Chalk and squibbed a double down the
left field line off reliever Roy Lee
Jackson.
Renie Martin, 2-3, held the Jays
hitless in 3% innings of relief of Paul
Splittorff for the victory and Dan
Quisenberry came on in the eighth to
pick up his ninth save.
Cubs 6, Giants 1
CHICAGO (AP)-Ken Reitz' two-run
double capped a four-run first inning
and Jody Davis hit his first major
league homer yesterday to lead Randy,
Martz and the Chicago Cubs to a 6-1 vic-

aight
a sweep of the three-game series.
The triumph was the fifth in the last
six games for the Cubs, who knocked
loser Tom Griffin, 4-5, from the game in
the first inning as the Giants suggered
their fifth straight defeat.
Ivan DeJesus drew a walk to open the
Cubs' first, stole second and scored on a
double by Steve Dillard. Mike Lum
singled Dillard home and Jerry
Morales walked before Reitz doubled
into the left field corner, scoring both
runners.
Martz, 3-5, had a three-hit shutout un-
til there were two out in the sixth when
Joe Morgan hit his fifth homer.
Expos 7, Braves 0
MONTREAL (AP) - Gary Carter,
Warren Cromartie and Andre Dawson
each drove in two runs to. back the
seven-hit pitching of Steve Rogers as
the Montreal Expos completed a three-
game sweep of the Atlanta Braves with
a 7-0 victory last night.
Rogers, 7-4, who has won five straight
games against the Braves dating back
to August, 1977, walked two and struck
out one: It was his third complete game
and first shutout of the season.
Atlanta starter Tommy Boggs, 1-10,
who has been the victim of six shutouts
this season, lost his ninth consecutive

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Pondering the future AP Photo
Detroit's Milt Wilcox looks into the stands during warmups last night in,
Bloomington, Minnesota. The possibility of a strike assuredly was not far
from the player representative's mind.
In accordance with the Program Discon-
tinuance Guidelines and in response to
the recommendation of the Dean and Ex-
ecutive Committee of the College of Lit-
erature, Science and the Arts to close
the Department of Geography:
B. E. Frye,
Vice President for Academic Affairs
has held an Open Forum
and will be available
for private discussions
on the p
Department o Geogra y
June 15-3:00-5:45
Call Mrs. Schleede, 764-9290
for an appointment

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