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1968 - Year of the Tiger
It doesn't matter f you side with the players or the owners in the
current baseball strike, there is one thing that everyone agrees on-it is
an unfortunate situation. So in order to partially relieve the misery of
any baseball junkies going through withdrawal, throughout the
duration of the strike the Daily is providing a look back to a more
pleasant time-1968. There was no free'agent compensation, no
NLRB, no court injunctions-and' no strike. And for those of you
who don't remember, in 1968 the Tigers were winners, World Series
winners, in fact. Each day the Daily relates theresults of the previous
evening's Tiger game-minus 13 years.
July 28-Orioles 5, Tigers 1

The Michigan Daily-Wednesday, July 29, 1981-Pagel11
Gridder to sacrifice
career to save sister

BALTIMORE (AP)-The second
place Baltimore Orioles, riding the
three-hit pitching of Dave McNally,
easily handled the league-leading
Detroit Tigers, 5-1, to cut the gap
separating the two teams to 61/2
games.
Frank Robinson led the Oriole
assault by ripping a first inning two-
run homer off losing hurler Mickey
Lolich. Lolich, who was pounded for
seven hits in 11/3 innings of work, lost
to the Birds for the first time since
May 26, 1964. He had beaten the
Orioles the nine previous times he
faced them.

Detroit ........................000 000 001-1
Baltimore .....................210 020 000-5
DP-Detroit 2. LOB-Detroit 5, Baltimore 4,
2B-Buford. HR-FRobinson (10), Horton (26).

IP H
Lolich (L, 7-7)......... 11, 7
Wyatt . ................2% 1
McMahon ............. 3 2
Dobson..........
McNally (W, 13-8).
Pitching
W
McLain,............ 20
Lasher ............. 5
Warden ...3
Hiller .......5
Dobson ................ 3
Lolich .......... 7
Sparma... 8
Wilson .........
Patterson ............. 1
Wyatt ................ 1
TOTALS ............ 63

R ER BB SO
3 3 0 2
0 0 0 0
2 2 1 3
3302
00003

Detr
MAlie2b..........
Stanley,. rI. ....
Kaline, rf . ..
Freehan, lb...........
WHorton, It............
Wert, 3b ...............
Price, c. .'.
Oyler, ssn.....
Tracewski, ss..........
Lolich, p...............
Wyatt. p .........
Canpbell ph.
McMahon, p ...........
Comer, ph .............
Dobson, p.............

roit
ABS
4
4
3
3
0
0
1
0

R
0
0
0
0
a
0

H
0
0
0
0
0
0
3

RBI
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
a

L
3
1
2
7-
9
2
4
38
HR
26
6
14
13

AB
Brown ..40
Horton. 319
Kaline..... 189
Freehan ... 345
McAuliffe . 369

Statistics
Batting
R H
49 90
30 .51
44 88
60 92

F

IP ERA
210.3 2.10
38.2 2.77
46.1 3.32
61.2 3.62
144.2 3.44
1335 3.01
38.1 1.66
36.1 2.75
915.1 2.87
RBI AVG.
5 .4000
57 .282
28 .270
51 .255
34 .244
30 .243
13 .230
30 .209
23 .205
6 .194
9 .191
11 .151
0 .087
395 .227

NEW YORK (AP)-Gregory Cam-
pbell is giving up a kidney and is
prepared to give up an Ivy League foot-
ball career in an attempt to save his 14-
year-old sister Celeste's life.
The 17-year-old Long Island honors
student, who graduated last month.
from St. Paul's School in Garden City,
was chosen by medical experts as the
donor over his parents, Valerie and
George; his brother Eric, 18 and his
other sisters, Coleen, 14 and Amy,
12-all of whom volunteered a kidney,
too.
"I WANTED it to be me," Gregory
said. "I always felt very close to
Celeste, maybe because we sit together
at the dinner table."
"I had a good feeling_ about the
operation," he said, explaining that if
he were the donor, "everything would
be all right."
His father, George, wished it had
been otherwise.
"My wife and I would be happy to
donate our kidneys. That would be sort
of a duty," he said. "But one child doing
it for another is remarkable."
BRONX SUPREME Court Justice
Joseph DiFide, who had to approve the
action since Gregory is a minor, gave
his permission Monday after a hearing
at which witnesses testified that tfte
transplant was necessary and that
young Campbell knew what he was
doing.
Dr. Robert Weiss, assistant director
of the Children's Kidney Center at the
EinsteinDivision of Montefiore Hospital
in the Bronx, said the operation,}
scheduled for Wednesday at Einstein,
has greater than a 90 to 96 percent
chance of success.
"This is an excellent, excellent tissue
match," said Weiss, explaining that the
only match better than two siblings
would be identical twins, for whom
there is a 100 percent rate of kidney
transplant success.
THE 5-FOOT-4 girl has suffered from
kidney disease for the past five years
and currently weighs 10 pounds. At one
point two years ago, one doctor said she
might not live more than another year.
Doctors opted for the transplant
operation now because her condition
currently warrants either that or a
dialysis machine, Weiss said.
"If there's, no tra'nsplant, her other
options are dialysis or death," Weiss

said. After a successful kidney tran-
- splant, Weis$ said Celeste would "gain
weight, feel a lot better and be able to
undergo normal activities."
WEISS SAID the risks to Gregory as
a donor are "negligible" and that he
will be able to pursue swimming and
baseball, sports he excelled at during
high school and which he'hopes to pur-
sue after entering Dartmouth College
this fall.
"He's just a top boy in all respects,"
said Dr. Claude Case, head master of

TOTALS. 30 1
Baltimore

1
1
1
1
1
1
1

AB R H RBI Stanley....354 52
BufordIft......4 1 2 0 Nrthrp 367 51 88 15
Belanger,ss........... 3 1 .1 1 Matchick.. 125 it 31 3
FeRoinsonr.. 4 2 2 2 Cash ...... 215 24 45 13
Powell, lb ............. 4 0 3 2 Weet 322 30 66 10
BrRobinson,3bh...4 0 0 0 Price ...82 9 16 10
BObhnsn, 2b........ 4 0 1 0 Matthews . 36 4 7 3
Blarct........ 3 0Tracewski . 94 15 18 3
Etchebarren, c........ 3 0 0 0 Oyler ......192 13 29 1
McNally, p . 3 1 1 0 Comer ....'23 ,4 2 0
TOTALS ............ 32 5 10 5 TOTALS .. 3358 415 761 110

Campbell
... kidney donor r
St. Paul's, adding that he came from a
"fine Christian family and very close
knit."
Campbell was also captain of the
football team for two years and Weiss
said the doctors are not ruling out his
playing that sport, adding that if
Gregory could be provided with "a
suitable protective device, we would
like to see him continue playing foot-
ball.
HOWEVER, Campbell says he'll wait
until after the operation to decide
whether he feels "up to" a football
future.
"If I can't play, I can't play. It's a
small sacrifice for what's going to hap-
pen to Celeste," he said.

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