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Thursday, June 6, 1985 The Michigan Daily
Morris'gem leads
Tigers to 5-2 win



Special to the Daily
DETROIT - Jack Morris collected
eight strikeouts on the way to posting
his sixth victory against five defeats
as the Tigers bested the Mariners 5-2,
last night.
Alex Sanchez's fourth homerun of
the year broke a 2-2 tie in the fourth
inning. The four bagger came off of
Seattle starter and loser Mark
Morris got stronger as the game
progressed after allowing single runs
in the first and third innings.
Things didn't start out very well for
the Detroit ace however. Leadoff bat-
ter Jack Perconte bunted to start the
game and third baseman Tom
Brookens threw wildly to first
allowing Perconte to advance to third.
Sanchez, the right fielder, then com-
mitted the 2nd error on the play as he
threw the ball past Brookens,
allowing Perconte to scamper home.
The Tigers quickly struck back in
their half of the inning as Barbaro
Garbey's bases loaded single brought
across two runs. Alan Trammel, who
had singled, and Kirk Gibson, who
had doubled, both scored.

Seattle's Phil Bradley knotted the
score in the third as he homered off
the facing of the upper deck in left
center field.
After Sanchez's blast broke the tie,
the Tigers added two more runs. A
Trammell double scoring Lou
Whitaker, who had walked, tallied a
run in the fifth. In the sixth, Brookens
atoned for his earlier miscue with his
first homerun of the 1985 campaign.


... atones for error


Hats off Associated Press
Lloyd Moseby of the Toronto Blue Jays slides in past the tag of the Minnesota Twins Greg Gagne for his 15th
stolen base of the year. The Blue Jays downed the Twins 5-0 for their 13th win in their last 15 games. Doyle
Alexander and Gary Lavelle combined on a six-hit shutout for the Jays.

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PAD - 101
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Less than you'd expect.

Lendl, Conj
PARIS (UPI) - Ivan Lendl and
Jimmy Connors each defeated young
opponents in straight sets yesterday
to set up a semifinal meeting in the
French Open tennis championships.
Lendl, the second seed, and defen-
ding champion, wore down unseeded
Martin Jaite of Argentina in unin-
spiring fashion, taking 2 hours and 44
minutes for a 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 victory.
THIRD-seeded Connors had to con-
tend with a 55-minute rain break -
the first of the Championships - at5-5
in the third set. But when play
resumed he took only 11 minutes more
to dispatch 19-year-old Stefan Edberg
of Sweden, the 14th seed, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6
Lendl showed patience with Jaite's
baseline game, waiting for the 20-
year-old to make mistakes. Connors
was equally cunning in countering the
serve and volley style of Edberg.
"I played some very tight, good
solid tennis," Connors said after
reaching his fourth semifinal at the
French Open, the only Grand Slam
tournament he has never won.
"Rain delays are difficult, but today
worked for me. I kinda didn't feel like
coming back and playing but I won
the match."

Hors reach
in French


Wings sign free agents
DETROIT (UPI) - The Detroit
Red Wings have signed two
collegiate free agents, left wing
Dale Krentz of Michigan State
University and defenseman Tim
Friday of Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute, General Manager Jim
Devellano said yesterday.
Krentz, 23, completed his junior
year at Michigan State and was the
team's Co-Most Valuable Player
with Kelly Miller as the Spartans
posted a 38-6-0 record.
KRENTZ was the team's third-
leading scorer with 54 points (24
goals, 30 assists) in 44 games. He
paced the club with seven shor-
thanded goals, seven power-play
tallies and four game-winners. A
Krentz, 5-11 and 187 pounds, is ay
native of Steinbach, Manitoba.,
Friday, 24, sparked RPI to the
NCAA Championship last March
and was named to the Final Four
All-Tournament Team.
In his senior year, Friday was
second among RPI defensemen in N
scoring with 34 points (5-29) in 36 Net gain Associate r.ss
outings as the Engineers recorded Ivan Lendl returns a shot in quarterfinal action yesterday at the French
a 35-2-1 record. Open. Lendl easily defeated Martin Jaite in straight sets, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4 to
Friday, 6-foot 190 pounds, is a advance to the semifinals. Jimmy Connors also advanced to the semis
native of Framingham, Mass. with a 6-4, 6-3, 7-6 win over Swede Stefan Edberg.

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