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May 20, 1982 - Image 14

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Page 14-Thursday, May 20, 1'-The Michigan Daily

Atlanta attacks

MONTREAL (AP) - Bob Horner went
four-for-four and drove in three runs
and Chris Chambliss knocked in two a
the Atlanta Braves unleashed a 13-hit
attack to defeat the struggling Mon-
treal Expos 9-1 last night.
Ken Dayley, 1-1, making his second
major league start, yielded the Expos'
run on Andre Dawson's fourth homer in
the fourth inning. Dayley pitched a
three-hitter before getting relief help
from Steve Bedrosian with two outs in
the seventh.
THE BRAVES battered Montreal
starter Ray Burris, 0-7, for seven runs
through the first five innings. Atlanta
took a 2-0 lead in the second, when Dale
Murphy walked, Horner singled and
Chambliss delivered an RBI single.
Bruce Benedict's sacrifice fly then
scored Horner.
Murphy's 12th homer leading off the
fourth made it 3-0, and four fifth-inning
runs sealed the victory for the Braves.
Dayley's single started the Atlanta
fifth and he was sacrificed to second by
Brett Butler. Rafael Ramirez singled,
sending Dayley to third and Claudell
Washington's sacrifice fly scored
After Murphy walked, Horner
doubled, driving in both Ramirez and
Murphy. Chambliss's infield single
scored Horner with the fourth run of the
inning. Horner's RBI single and a run-
scoring groundout by Randy Johnson
made it 9-1 in the seventh.
The loss was the 11th in the ast 15
games for the Expos.
Pirates 2, Giants I
Robinson survived eight walks and
three wild pitches over 7% innings and
got relief help from Rod Scurry and
Kent Tekulve as the Pittsburgh Pirates
defeated the San Francisco Giants 2-1
Robinson, who allowed four hits,
walked Champ Summers with one out
it the eighth. When Milt May singled
Summers to third, Scurry relieved and
struck out pinch-hitter Bob Brenly. Then
Tekulve came in to retire pinch-hitter
Jim Wohlford on a grounder and
finished up to post his fifth save as the
Giants left 12 runners on base.
Center fielder Omar Moreno
provided important hitting support for
Robinson, 4-0.
Moreno hit his first home run of the
season in the fifth inning when the
Pirates scored two unearned runs off
rookie left-hander Mike Chris, who was
making his National League debut.
Then Moreno made a diving catch with
the bases loaded in the bottom of the fif-
th to snuff out a San Francisco threat.
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Mets 4,Reds 2
NEW YORK (AP)- Dave Kingman
hit his 13th home run of the season, a
three-run shot in the first inning, to
hack right-hander Pat Zachry's seven-
hitter as the New York Mets defeated
the Cincinnati Reds 4-2 last night.
Zachry, 3-1, making his first start
since May 1, allowed two solo home
runs to Dan Dreissen while walking one
and striking out three. It was Zachry's
first complete-game victory since May
27, 1981.
WALLY BACKMAN opened the Mets'
first with a single and moved to third on
a single by John Stearns. When center
fielder Cesar Cedeno tried to nail
Backman at third, his throw was low
and Stearns continued to second. One
out later, Kingman slammed a 400-foot
homer over the center field fence.
Kingman, who leads the major leagues
in homers, now has 304 lifetime and 115
as a Met, one shy of the team's all-time
mark held by Ed Kranepool.
Driessen's homer in the second in-
ning, his fourth of the season, cut the
Mets' lead to 3-1. He belted his second
homer with one out in the ninth.
The Mets rallied with two outs in the
bottom of the second. Stearns walked
and Foster followed with a run-scoring
double to make it 4-1.
Blue Jays 8, Indians 5
Mulliniks and Dave Revering cracked
RBI doubles to highlight a three-run
eighth inning as the Toronto Blue Jays
rallied to beat the Cleveland Indians 8-5
last night.
The Indians took a 4-3 lead into the
eighth but Damaso Garcia's one-out
single off loser Len Barker, 4-2,
triggered the game-winning rally.
MULLINIKS followed with an RBI
double and, after a walk to Hosken
Powell, Willie Upshaw singled home
the go-ahead run. Revering's double off
Ed Whitson provided an insurance run
for Jerry Garvin, 1-0, who pitched 3 1/3
innings of scoreless relief.

ailing Expos, 9-1
Toronto padded its lead with two runs Toby Harrah homered for the Indians
in the ninth. Alfredo Griffin walked, in the bottom of the ninth.
was sacrificed to second and scored on The Blue Jays had triples in four of
another double by Mulliniks, who the first six innings and three of them
scored on a single by Barry Bonnell. resulted in runs.



DALE BERRA OF the Pittsburgh Pirates is caught in a rundown between
the San Francisco Giants' Johnnie LeMaster (left) and Milt May. Berra
eventually was tagged out but he had the last laugh as the Pirates beat the
Giants, 2-l.

Leach, Mees begin net tourney

Special to the Daily
with wire service reports.
ATHENS, Ga. - Michigan's two top tennis perfor-
mers face their greatest challenges of the season
today as Mike Leach and Mark Mees enter the first
round of the NCAA individual singles championship
here at the Georgia courts in Athens.
Leach, 20-8 on the season, and unseeded here, faces
Yale's Glenn Layendecker in the opening round.
Layendecker, 17-12, seems to have recovered from
the elbow trouble that plagued him earlier in the
year, he captured the men's collegiate New England
championship by defeating Harvard's Howard Sands
in the finals.
MEES, 18-11 and also unseeded, takes on Scott
Davis of Stanford. Davis, seeded fourth and
ranked sixth nationally, brings a 30-5 record into the

tournament, 20-of those wins coming in dual meets, as
well as his title as Pac Ten conference doubles cham-
pion. An All-American last year, Davis holds the all-
time record by winning 24 United States junior titles.
He played in the U.S. Open as a junior and as a
collegiate and plans to return to Flushing Meadow
this September.
Leach and Mees will also play doubles at the tour-
nament. They square off against Sands and Beren of
Harvard in the first round of the 32-team draw for the
Despite Davis' impressive credentials, he could only
garnish the number-four seeding behind Rodney
Harmon of;Southern Methodist, Marcel Freeman of
UCLA, and Texas Christian's David Pate. Robbie
Venter of team-champion UCLA is the fifth seed.

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American League
Detroit 8, Oakland 3
National League
New York4, Cicinnmati 2
Pittsburgh 2anFreaseisco
Atlanta 8;Montreali1
Houston5, Philadelphia 3
Bson a114, Philadelphia 85


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