Page 12 Tuesday, June 15, 1982 The Michigan Daily
Tigers drop first, 5-0
Cubs beat Phillies
to end 13-game skid
CLEVELAND (AP)- Len Barker
pitched a four-hitter and struck out 11
batters, and Rick Manning homered
and doubled as the Cleveland Indians
blanked the Detroit Tigers, 5-0, in the
first game of a twi-night doubleheader
Barker, 8-3, lowered his earned run
average to 2.49 in hurling his first
shutout and fifth complete game of the
season. He walked two and recorded at
least one strikeout in each inning in
helping the Indians snap a five-game
losing streak, the team's longest this
THE INDIANS took a 2-0 lead in the
second against Jack Morris, 8-6. Andre
Thornton walked, took third on Man-
ning's double and scored on Alan Ban-
nister's infield single. One out later,
Mike Fischlin singled Manning home.
Manning's homer in the third, his
fourth of the season, scored Ron
Hassey, who had singled. The Indians
chased Morris in the fourth when
Miguel Dilone walked and moved to
third on Fischlin's double. After
reliever Kevin Saucier walked Toby
Harrah intentionally, Von Hayes was
hit by a pitch to score Dilone.
In the second game, the Tigers and
Indians were deadlocked at one in the
seventh inning. Larry Herndon hit his
12th home run of the year in the fourth
Cubs 12, Phillies 1 1
CHICAGO (AP) - Bump Wills
collected four hits, including a three-
run homer, to highlighta 19-hit Chicago
assault against five Philadelphia pitch-
ers yesterday afternoon as the Cubs
snapped their 13-game losing streak
with a wild 12-11 victory over the
The losing streak tied the Cubs' all-
time record for futility set in 1944. The
last Chicago victory this season was a 3-
2 triumph over the Los Angeles Dodges
n May 29.
THE CUBS made this one look easy,
and hard, as they ruffed up
Philadelphia starter Steve Carlton for
six runs in just over three innings of
work and also committed six errors to
help the Phillies get back into the game.
Carlton, who last Wednesday
defeated Chicago with a 16-strikeout
performance, was touched for five runs
in the second inning.
Chicago starter Ferguson Jenkins, 4-
8, had a no-hitter working in the fifth
when Mike Schmidt and Bo Diaz
reached on errors by Bowa and San-
dberg, two of six committed by
Chicago. Garry Maddox followed with
a double to spoil the no-hitter and
shutout, and two more runs scored on
sacrifice flies by Ivan DeJesus and
Orioles 9, Brewers 4
BALTIMORE (AP) - Dan Ford cap-
ped a five-run seventh-inning outburst
with a pinch-hit, gramd-slam homer last
night, propelling the streaking altimore
Orioles past the Milwaukee Brewers, 9-4.
The Orioles have now won eight of their
last nine games, clouting 18 homers
during that stretch, including Joe
Nolan's solo homer in the third against
WITH THE score tied, 4-4, Lenn Sakata
reached first on third baseman Paul
Molitor's error to open the seventh. Al
Bumbry then beat out a bunt, and both
runners advanced on Rich Dauer's hit-
and-run groundout. Ken Singleton was
walked intentionally to load the bases,
but Milwaukee starter Moose Haas, 3-4,
then walked Eddie Murray on five pit-
ches to put Baltimore ahead 5-4.
Ford, who had not played since pulling
a hamstring muscle last Thursdaybatted
for John Lowenstein and homered on a 1-
2 pitch from reliever Jamie Easterly.
Run-scoring singles by Charlie Moore
and Jim Gantner with two outs in the
seventh pulled the Brewers into a 4-4 tie.
Gantner also had a two-run single in the
BUMP WILLS OF the Chicago Cubs is out at second in the fourth inning
yesterday as Philadelphia pitcher Steve Carlton's pickoff throw to Pete Rose
at first was relayed to Ivan DeJesus for the tag. The Cubs went on to win. 12-
11. snapping a 13-game losing streak.
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Ford testified against
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP)- A special judge heard 20
minutes of arguments yesterday in a $12 million lawsuit
against Clemson football coach Danny Ford that defense
lawyers want dismissed.
James Cofer and Terry Minor, two former Knoxville high
school athletes, filed the lawsuit last fall, alleging recruiting
CHANCELLOR William Inman postponed a decisioni on the
request for dismissal until later this week.
The lawsuit is against Ford; Billy Ware, the school's for-
mer recruiting specialist; Knoxville businessman Tom
Breazeale; the Atlantic Coast Conference and its com-
missioner, Bob James.
Cofer and Minor signed with Clemson in 1981.
CHANGING their minds that spring, they were released
from ACC grants. But officials of the Southeastern Conferen-
ce, of which Tennessee is a member, said neither would be
eligible to sign with Tennessee or any other SEC school.
Cofer and Minor had said they were paid up to $1,000 by
Breazeale, a Clemson alumnus, and allege in their lawsuit
that they were promised other things, including television
sets, refrigerators and entertainment "such as that provided
by Clemson University recruiting hostesses known as Bengal
Simmons narned USFI boss
NEW YORK (AP)- Chet Simmons, current president of
ESPN-the all-sports cable television network-was named
commissioner of the fledgling United States Football League
Simmons, 53, served as president of NBC Sports from 1977
to 1979. Previously he worked for ABC-TV.
JUDGE PETER B. Spivak, the USFL's acting chairman,
said in a statement, "After a lengthy and extensive search,
we believe that Chet Simmons has the perfect credentials to
serve as commissioner of the USFL as it matures into a
professional sports franchise as 'The Other Season.'"
Jon "S O lS leriid 4ll-I?~ I fi nsisi f ears
NEW YORK (AP)- Forward Bobby Jones and center
Caldwell Jones, who helped the Philadelphia 76ers get to the
final round of the National Basketball Association playoffs,
were among those selected by the league's 23 coaches for the
NBA's All-Defensive team, it was announced yesterday.
Also chosen were forward Dan Roundfield of the Atlanta
Hawks and guards Michael Cooper of the world champion
Los Angeles Lakers and Dennis Johnson of the Phoenix Suns.
Pira tes snap Solotosn f(r .llorrison
PITTSBURGH (AP)- The Pittsburgh Pirates said yester-
day they had traded right-handed pitcher Eddie Solomon to
the Chicago White Sox for infielder Jim Morrison.
Pittsburgh drafted Morrison in 1972, but he stayed in school
and later signed with Philadelphia. Morrison, 29, has a
career batting average of .256 with 49 homers and 156 runs
batted in. This season, he's batting .223 with seven home runs
and 19 RBI.,
Solomon, 31, has a 2-6 won-lost record with a 6.75 ERA in 11
games this season. Over his 61/-year major league career,
Solomon has a 35-42 record and a 4.00 ERA.