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The Michigan Daily - Sunday, July 15, 1984- Page 15
White Sox giround Orioles. 3-2

BALTIMORE (AP) - Julio Cruz and
Harold Baines homered for two of the
three hits off Mike Flanagan, and Tom
Seaver won the pitchers' duel by
hurling the Chicago White Sox to a 3-2
victory over the Baltimore Orioles
Seaver, 8-6, yielded seven hits,
walking one and striking out seven. He
retired 11 in row until John Lowenstein
hit his sixth homer with one out in the
BAINES WAS 0-for-14 lifetime again-
st Flanagan when he hammered his
15th homer with one out in the fourth to
snap a 1-1 tie.
The switch-hitting Cruz, batting .200,
sliced his fourth homer into the right
field bleachers in the third after
Flanagan, 9-7, had retired the first
eight Chicago batters.
Flanagan had retired 13 in a row
when Carlton Fisk led off the ninth with
a single, and the White Sox eked out
what proved to be the winning run on a
fielder's choice grounder by Dave
Baines was safe after an attempted
sacrifice was bobbled by third baseman
Wayne Gross, and Fisk was forced at
third on Ron Kittle's bunt. A wild pitch
moved the runners ahead, and Greg
Luzinski was walked intentionally to
load the bases. Baines scored when
Stegman grounded into a forceout, just
beating the relay to first on the attem-
pted double play.
Dodgers 8, Cubs 0
CHICAGO (AP) - Orel Hershiser
pitched a two-hitter and German
Rivera doubled and hit a two-run

Greg Luzinski of the White Sox slides hard into Baltimore second baseman Rich Dauer to break up a double play. This
allowed Harold Baines to score from third with the winning run in Chicago's 3-2 victory over the Orioles yesterday.

homer, leading the Los Angeles
Dodgers to an 8-0 victory yesterday
over the Chicago Cubs.
Hershiser, 5-3, who has allowed only
one run in his last 35 2/3 innings, struck
out nine and walked one as the Dodgers
snapped a three-game losing streak.
The Cubs had won three ina row.
Hershiser allowed only two singles
and did not give up a hit after the third
r- e ewr- a n

inning. The only hits off the rookie
righthander were by Jay Johnstone in
the first and Bob Dernier in the third.
Pirates 6, Giants 2
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Rick Rhoden
pitched a five-hitter, and Jim Morrison
drove in four runs with a homer, single
and a ground ball to power the Pit-
tsburgh Pirates to a 6-2 victory over the
San Francisco Giants yesterday.
Rhoden, 7-7, retired 14 batters in a
row at one point and struck out six
while walking two. Manny Trillo
singled with one out in the second, and
Rhoden did not allow another baserun-
ner until Jeff Leonard doubled to lead
off the seventh.

The Pirates, winning their fifth in a
row, jumped on loser Mark Davis, 3-9,
for two runs in the first. Tony Pena
singled and Bill Madlock doubled with
two out before Morrison lineda two-run
single into left field.
Mets 7, Braves 0
ATLANTA (AP) - Bruce Berenyi
and Tom Gorman combined on a two-
hitter and Keith Hernandez knocked in
three runs and scored three as the New
York Mets extended their winning
streak to eight games with a 7-0 trium-
ph over the Atlanta Braves last night.
Berenyi, 7-9, pitched the first seven
innings and allowed just two singles.

Scott sets pace in mile

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) -
American record holder Steve Scott
held off 1976 Olympic champion John
Walker of New Zealand and won the
featured mile yesterday in the Kinney
Invitational track and field meet, while
three United States relay teams turned
in sizzling times. Scott, after taking the
lead with about 300 meters remaining,
was clocked in 3:56.40, far off his
American mark of 3:47.69.
THE U.S. MEN'S 400-meter relay
unit of Sam Graddy, Ron Brown, Calvin
Smith and Harvey Glance smashed the
stadium mark, clocking 38.91.
Graddy, Brown, and Smith are
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scheduled to run in that order in the
Olympic Games, with Carl Lewis
replacing Glance on the anchor leg.
Lewis, also competing in the 100, 200
and long jump in the Games, skipped
Saturday's meet in order to concentrate
on his training for the Olympics.
HIS ABSENCE drew criticism from
some of his teammates.
"I just feel being part of the team that
all of the athletes should be here,"
Smith said about the first dress rehear-
sal for the U.S. squad. "It would be nice
to have the four of us here."
Brown said Lewis "definitely" should
have run Saturday.
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Associoted rress
The Cubs' Leon Durham slides into third before Los Angeles Dodger
German Rivera can apply the tagin first inning action yesterday at Wrigley

U.S. ousts
in Davis
Cup play

ATLANTA (AP) - John McEnroe and Peter Fleming tur-
ned back Jose-Luis Clerc and Martin Jaite 7-5, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 in
doubles yesterday to clinch a U.S. victory over Argentina in a
quarterfinal Davis Cup match.
In contrast to two singles matches Friday night, Satur-
day's contest became an emotional battle. McEnroe and
Clerc argued at the net, and McEnroe became so enraged by
two line calls he bellowed, "America" at the officials.
THE DOUBLES victory gave the Americans an insur-
mountable 3-0 lead in the best-of-five series.
The match turned on a string of service breaks in the third
With the match even at one set each, the Americans broke
Jaite to open the third set when the young Argentine netted a
volley at 15-40.
But Fleming then dropped his own service on successive
double faults.

Clerc then found himself serving a break point. He fended
off two blistering ground-strokes from McEnroe before the
American's third drive at him tipped the net cord and boun-
ced over Clerc for a winner and a 2-1 U.S. lead.
Moore KO's Benitez
MONTE CARLO (AP) - Davey Moore stopped Wilfred
Benitez at 1:18 of the second round of their scheduled 10-
round middleweight fight yesterday.
Moore, the former World Boxing Association junior mid-
dleweight champion, knocked Benitez down with a right in
the first round and Benitez never seemed to recover as Moore
kept him pinned in his corner.
Referee Gerlando Lucia of Italy stepped in and stopped the
fight after Moore connected with a right uppercut and
another right.

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