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SPORTS
Thursday, July 11, 1985

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Page 8

The Michigan Daily

Morris whitewashes Sox, 1-0

DETROIT (UPI) - Lou Whitaker
blooped a two-out single to center in
the eighth inning last night to score
Tom Brookens from second and break
up a Tom Seaver-Jack Morris pit-
ching duel that gave the Detroit
Tigers a 1-0 victory over the Chicago
White Sox.
Seaver, in search of his 297th career
victory, had only given up two hits
and three base runners until Brookens
doubled sharply to left with two out in
the eighth.

WHITAKER then blooped a 3-1 pit-
ch into short center out of the reach of
center fielder Rudy Law, shortstop
Ozzie Guillen and second baseman
Julio Cruz to score Brookens with the
game's lone run. Seaver is now 8-7.
Morris raised his record to 10-6 with
a five-hitter in which he walked four
and struck out nine. It was his fourth
shutout of the season.
Chicago got two runners as far as
third. In the third, Guillen drew a
leadoff walk, was sacrificed to second
and went to third when Law grounded
out to first. But Bryan Little popped to
short for the third out.
PINCH-HITTER Carlton Fisk
walked with two out in the eighth and
moved to third when Harold Baines
grounded a single up the middle. But
Greg Walker struck out to end the in-
ning, which started when Jerry Hair-
ston pinch-hit a single and pinch-run-
ner Cruz was thrown out trying to
steal ona pitchout.
Detroit only put one runner in
scoring position until the eighth and
that was in the second when Lance
Parrish singled with two out and
Darrell Evans was hit by a pitch.

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Morris
... fourth shutout

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Associated Press -
Sorry, Steve
Chicago Cubs catcher Jody Davis tags out San Diego Padre Steve Garvey in the fourth inning yesterday. The
Cubs defeated the Padres, 4-3.

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
'M's'Henderson stars

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By DAN COVEN
Tuesday night at the Sander's
Summer League was a classic exam-
ple of age and experience overcoming
youth and talent.
Led by Michigan senior Robert
Henderson and CBA veteran Herb
Brooks, Franklin Wright came from
behind to beata young and previously
unbeaten First Martin Team. Brooks
hit the winning shot, a fall-away jum-
per, with four seconds left. J.P.
Oosterban's 30-foot jumper for First
Martin bounced off the rim at the buz-
zer.
First Martin had led by as many as
14 before Franklin Wright rallied
behind Brooks' scoring and Hender-
son's rebounding. Brooks led all
scorers with 21 and Henderson tallied
10 points, 14 rebounds and three
blocks.
The game was of special interest to
the 250 fans on hand because it was a
showcase for Michigan's young
talent. Quarterbacked by sophomore
point-guard Gary Grant, First Martin
features all of Michigan's freshmen
recruits - save Mike Griffin who is
home nursing a sore ankle. While
highly-touted Glen Rice and Billy But-
ts were absent last night, the fresh-
men that did play all showed flashes
of brilliance.
While all of the freshmen displayed

fine outside shooting ability, Loy
Vought was the most impressive of
the group Tuesday night. Packing an
unstoppable jump shot and excellent
leaping ability, the 6'9" forward from
East Kenwood scored 14 points and
hauled down six rebounds. The 6'10"
Oosterban scored 10 points and for-
ward Mark Hughes added eight.
First Martin, Franklin Wright, and

played July 16 at Hubert H. Hum-
phrey Stadium in Minneapolis, are
repeaters from the 1984 squad. They
are catcher Gary Carter, first
baseman Steve Garvey, shortstop Oz-,
zie Smith, and outfielders Dale Mur-
phy, Tony Gwynn and Darryl
Strawberry.

Bradley Pontiac are all tied for first Cubs 4, Padres 3
place with 3-1 records.
The league meets every Tuesday CHICAGO (UPI) - Davey Lopes
and Thursday night at Concordia belted a two-run homer and Keith
College (on Geddes Road just across Moreland followed with a solo shot in
from U.S. 23). There are three games the seventh inning to rally the Chicago
each night starting at 8, 9, and 10 p.m. Cubs to a 4-3 victory yesterday over
respectively. Admission is free. the San Diego Padres.
Lopes went 3-for-3 with three RBI
H n All Star and also threw out a runner at the
Herr an plate from left field.
NEW YORK (UPI) Tommy Herr Trailing 3-1, Billy Hatcher led off
rode a late surge of fan support to the seventh with a bloop single to right
overtake Ryne Sandberg and win his off Dave Dravecky, 8-5. One out later,
first starting assignment at second Lopes hit his seventh homer of the
base for the National League All-Star year on a 1-0 pitch to left to tie the
team, the Baseball Commissioner's game.
office announced yesterday. Moreland gave the Cubs the lead by
Graig Nettles, one of three Padres smashing a 2-0 pitch into the left field
named to the starting team, won his bleachers for his seventh homer.
first NL starting berth at third base to Scott Sanderson and Lee Smith
snap Mike Schmidt's string of six combined on a six-hitter for the Cubs.
straight starts. Sanderson worked the first seven in-
The six other National League star- nings to improve to 5-4 and Smith
ters for the 56th All-Star game, to be finished for his 19th save.

UQ1y Photo ty UUMC MMAHU
The action is sky-high at the Sandy Sanders Summer Basketball League.
Games begin tonight at 8, 9, and 10 p.m. at Concordia College.

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