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The ?ichigan dailyriddy, May 7, 1982-age 19
Illinois clinches title tie

EVANSTON, (AP) - Illinois clin-
ched at least a tie for the Big Ten's West
Division baseball crown with an 11-10
victory over Northwestern and a split of
the yesterday doubleheader.
The Wildcats won the opener, 2-1.
ILLINOIS RALLIED for five runs in
the fifth inning of the second game, the
big blow coming on a two-run homer by
Tim Richardson. Todd Schmitke hit a
homer in the third.
Eric Shellenback, Erick Mogentale,
Steve Bogn and Michael Huff knocked
out homers for the Wildcats. Mogen-
tale's was his 11th of the year, tying an
Wildcat record.
The winning pitcher was Tony
Leonardi, 5-3. The loser was Laird
Koldyke, 0-4.
In the first game; Tom Tucci
provided the winning run in the sixth
inning with a #olo homer, his first of the
season. Marty Clary, 3-2, was the win-
ner. Jeff Innis, 6-2, took the loss for the
Illini.
Illinois is 12-2 in conference play.
Northwestern is 4-6. The two teams
play another doubleheader today at
Northwestern.
Tigers 3, Reds U
DETROIT (AP) - Detroit's John
Wockenfuss had two hits in three trips
to the place and scored the game's first
run to back the combined three-hit pit-
ching of four Detroit pitchers as the
Tigers defeated the Cincinnati Reds 3-0
in an exhibition baseball game last
night.
Wockenfuss singled off Cincinnati
starter and loser Mike Dowless leading
off the Detroit fifth, went to second on
Tom Brookens' single and scored on
Mark DeJohn's one-out hit-and-run
single.
BIOOKEN RACED to third on the
play and DeJohn took second on the throw
attempting to nail Brookens. Dowless
then walked Lynn Jones to load the
bases and Brookens scored on a groun-
der by Ed Miller.
In the Detroit eighth, Jones hit a
leadoff triple and scored on Jerry
Turner's long fly to center field.
The game, which was played for the
benefit of sandlot baseball in Michigan,
Ohio and nearby Canada, drew 25,449
fans and club officials said more than
50,000 tickets had been sold.

Dodgers 3, Expos 2
MONTREAL (AP)- Los Angeles
scored three runs in the first inning and
Jerry Reuss and reliever Tom Neiden-
fur made them stand up for a 3-2
Dodgers' victory yesterday over the
Montreal Expos.
Two of the Montreal's six hits off
Reuss in 8 1-3 innings were Gary Car-
ter's fourth and fifth home runs of the
season. One came in the second and the
other in the seventh inning, and were
the first earned runs allowed in his last
four starts by Reuss, who has lost once
this year.

NEIDENFUR, who earned his
second save, came in with one out in the
ninth after singles by Andre Dawson
and Al Oliver. He struck out Carter and
got Warren Cromarte to pop up.
Reuss, who walked two batters and
struck out four, boosted his career
record against Montreal to 16-5. He has
not lost to the Expos since July 6, 1979.
The Dodgers sent seven men to bat
against Montreal starter Scott Sander-
son, 3-2, in the first inning. .
Steve Sax started the inning with a
leadoff single, took second on Sander-
son's balk and scored on Steve Gar-
vey's double over the bag at third. One

out later, Rick Monday boomed a triple
off the centerfield wall, scoring Gar-
vey. Pedro Guerrero's two-out double
drove in Monday with the third run.
Phillies 12, Padres 7
PHILADELPHIA (AP)- George
Vukovich stroked four hits and drove in
five runs, the best offensive production
of his brief major league career, as the
Philadelphia Phillies outslugged the
San Diego Padres 12-7 last night.
Vukovichled an offensive parade that
produced 25 hits and 19 runa between
the terms, coming against eight pit-
chers.

Philadelphia's Mike Schmidt beats the throw to second as San Diego's Juan Bonilla attempts the tag. The Phillies went
on to win the game, 12-7.

McEnroe advances
to WCT quarterfinals
NEW YORK (AP) -- Tempestuous In another early match, Pablo Arraya
John McEnroe, the hometown crowd of Peru ousted Chris Lewis of New
rooting against him, came back from a Zealand 6-2, 6-4.
first-set loss to oust Shlomo Glickstein Playing lethargic tennis and
of Israel 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 yesterday and, disputing several calls, McEnroe fell
move into the quarterfinals of the easily in the opening set, losing his ser-
$500,000 WCT Tournament of Cham- ve in the fourth, sixth and eighth
pions at the West Side Tennis Club. games. In the fourth game, he squan-
Also advancing with third-round vic- dered two game points before double-
tories yesterday were second-seeded faulting to give Glickstein the advan-
Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia, No. 11 tage and then netted a backhand to give
John Sadri and No. 12 Mel Purcell, who the Israeli the game.
upset fifth-seeded Vitas Gerulaitis 7-5, McEnroe, disgusted with himself,
6-2. slammed the ball into the crowd and
IN LATE matches, third-seeded Jose was given a conduct warning by umpire
Luis Clerc of Argentina met No. 9 An- Charles Beck.
dres Gomez of Ecuador and No. 10 Ed- The crowd booed the reigning Wim-
die Libbs, the defending champion, bledon and U.S. Open champion in the
playedSouthAfrica's Eddie Edwards. first game of-the second set when he
Lendl needed only 40 minutes to crush asked for and got a linesman to change.
Hans Gildemeister of Chile 6-2, 6-0 and his call and rule a fault on a point that.
Sadri elininatemit Willkiri7-,6-3 .' Glicksfein won.

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