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August 07, 1984 - Image 15

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Tiger catcher Lance Parrish reaches to put the tag on B
Gedman in the first game of yesterday's doubleheader in Boston

The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, August 7, 1984 - Page 15
,age snaps skid, 9-7
BOSTON (AP) - Lance Parrish, lined his 15th homer high into the left
Chet Lemon and Tom Brookens keyed a field screen.
15-hit Detroit attack with home runs
and the Tigers snapped a four-game Rich Gale replaced Ojeda and was
losing streak with a 9-7 victory over the tagged for another run in the inring on
Boston Red Sox in the first game of a single by Larry Hernadon, a walk and
yesterday's twi-night double header. a single by Barbaro Garbey.
Unbeaten reliever Aurelio Lopez,
who replaced . starter Dan Petry in the BOSTON chased Petry in a four-run
fifth inning, collected his eighth vic- fifth inning. With one out, Dwight
tory. He was tagged for a solo homer by Evans doubled and Jim Rice followed
Rich Gedman, his 14th, in the seventh with his 18th homer, his first since July
before giving way to Willie Hernandez 21. Tony Armas was safe on an error by
with two runners on base and one out in third baseman Garbey and Mike Easler
the eighth. Hernandez went on to record singled, but was thrown out at second.
his 23rd save. Armas scored on a single by Buckner,
PARRISH'S two-run homer off Bobby who came around on singles by Ged-
Ojeda, 9-9, his 22nd, gave the Tigers a 2- man and Marty Barrett.
o lead in the fourth inning. Bill Buckner
tied the score in the Boston fourth with That made it 7-6, but Brookens
a two-run homer, his fifth. opened the Detroit sixth with his third
The Tigers broke loose for five runs in homer of the year and his first on the
Associated Press the fifth, starting when Ojeda walked road since April 12, 1983. Bob Stanley
Darrell Evans and Brookens on eight replaced Gale and gave up another run
oston's Rich pitches. Lou Whitaker put Detroit in on singles by Whitaker, Trammell and
front to stay with an RBI double and, Parrish.
after Alan Trammell struck out, Lemon


Tate advances in boxing

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Frank Tate of
the United States and power-punching
Shawn O'Sullivan of Canada advanced
yesterday toward a much-anticipated
gold-medal meeting in the Olympic 156-
pound boxing class.
Tate, who won the world title from
O'Sullivan on a 5-0 decision April 13,
gained the quarterfinals with a 5-0 ver-
dict over Romolo Casamonica of Italy,
while O'Sullivan won in spectacular.
O'Sullivan's teammate, Willie deWit,
the world 201-pound champion, had his
hands full in getting past Mohamed
Bouchiche of Algeria in a slugging mat-
ch. The 5-0 decision in deWit's favor
was roundly booed by most of the crowd
at the Sports Arena.
Medal count
Medal totals through five of last nights It
gold medal events.
Gold Silver Bronze Total
United States ...... 45 8 15 98
Romania .......... 16 9 7 32
West Germany .... 7 12 1:3 32
China ............ 13 6 5 24
Canada ............ 6 S 7 21
Australia .......... 3 7 10 20
Japan ............. 7 4 x Mt
(eat Britain ...... 2 4 12 18
Italy ...........,. 2 5 15
irance........... 2 2 6 10
Sweden ...... 0 4 5 9
Finland ......... 4 1 3 a
Netherlands ....... 2 2 4 K
Mexico ............ 1 2 1 4
South Korea ....... 1 2 1 4
ielgium ........... 1 1 2 4
Yugoslavia ........ I 1 2 4
Switzerland ....... 0 2 2 4
New Zealand ...... 2 0 1 3
Denmark .......... 0 1 2 :
Norway ........... 0 1 2 3
Brazil ............. 1 1 0 2
Austria ............ 0 1 1 2
Greece ............ 0 I 1 2
Colombia . 0 1 0 1
Per . . . . . . . ! 1 t
Spain........ S 0 1 5 1
Jamaica .......... 0 0 1 1
Portugal .......... 0 0 1 I
Taiwan ............ 0 0 1
Venezuela ......... 0 0 1 I

Canada outlasted Italy, 78-72, behind
Jay Triano's 25 points to gain the
semifinals of the Olympic men's
basketball tournament and probably
another shot at the United States.
Canadian Coach Jack Donohue, who
maintains his team is the only one that
believes it can beat the powerful United
States, may get that opportunity Wed-
nesday night.
Canada, which beat the United States
for the 1983 World University Games
gold medal, will meet the winner of last
night's game between the unbeaten
Americans and West Germany.
Unbeaten Yugoslavia, the 1980 gold
medalist, also advanced to the
semifinals, routing Uruguay 110-82 in
the second game of the day double

header. Drazen Dalipagic with 24 points
and Drazen Petrovic with 20 led the
In the men's 110-meter hurdles Roger
Kingdom upset fellow American Greg
Foster win the gold medal and set an
Olympic record.
Kingdom, from Pittsburgh, pulled
slightly ahead of Foster in the final
strides. He was timed in at 13.20 secon-
ds. Arto Bryggare of Finland took the
in the hammer throw, Juha Tiainen of
Finland won the gold medal with a toss
of 256 feet, 2 inches.
Karl-Hans Riehm of West Germany
took the silver with a heave of 255-10,
and another West German, Klaus

Ploghaus, won the bronze with a throw
of 251-07.
In a qualifying heat, Bert Cameron,
one of the favorites in the 400 meters at
the Olympic Games, made an amazing
comeback in the semifinals of his event.
The former University of Texas-El
Paso star from Jamaica pulled up lame
and hopped on one leg for a short time
about 100 meters into the race while the
rest of the field sped away.
It appeared Cameron was out of the
race, but suddenly he started running
again, accelerating at a furious pace
and finishing fourth to qualify for Wed-
nesday's finals.

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Associated Press
Frank Tate of Detroit eyes Romolo Casamonica of Italy in their 156-pound fight yesterday. Tate beat the Italian 5-0 in a
close fight.

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