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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNr.snAY. JULY 25. 1992

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lAer, Nicklaus, Player
i Play Golf World Series

Seixas Loses Net MatchCLASS1FIEDS

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-"The World Se-
ries of Golf Champions" will be
just that, the sponsors decided
yesterday in limiting the $75,000
competition to Arnold Palmer,
Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player of
South Africa.
Palmer, the winner of the Mas-
ters and British Open, Nicklaus,
the winner of the U.S. Open, and
Player, the winner of last week-
end's PGA, will battle head-to-
head in the 36-hole medal play
showdown for a $50,000 first prize.
The two-day contest at the Fire-
stone Country Club, Akron, Ohio,
will be played Saturday and Sun-
day, September 8-9. The last six
holes each day will be telecast live
and in color over the entire NBC-
U. S. Natators
Battle Japan
OSAKA, Japan tom)-Swimmers
of the United States and Japan,
two powerful swimming nations,
clash to determine their suprem-
acy in the five-day Japan Nation-
al Swimming Championships start-
ing here today.
The 13-member American team,
including five girls, is considered
as strong as any that could be as-
sembled in the United States to-
day, while the Japanese squad is
a well-balanced crew.
Chet Jastremski, of Indiana,
world record holder for the men's
100 and 200 meter breaststroke,
and Roy Saari, 17-year old' free-
styler from El Segundo High
School, Calif., head the American
men's team.

TV network from 3:30 p.m. to 5
p.m. (EST).
Originally Walter Schwimmer,
the Chicago television producer,
and the PGA, planned to match
the winners of the Masters, U.S.
and British Open and the PGA, in
two twosomes. In the event of
multiple winners, as in the case
of Palmer this year, it had been
planned to pick one or two other
outstanding players to round out
the field of four.
But in announcing the change,
Schwimmer said "the sponsors and
I agree that the concept of only
champions participating in the
World Series would be maintain-
ed."
Top Money Winner
Thus three of the top earners
in all sports will whack up the
$75,000. Palmer of Latrobe, Pa.,
currently leads the PGA money-
winning list with $71,198 for the
year. Nicklaus, of Columbus, Ohio,
is fourth with $48,148 and Player
fifth with $41,843.
All three, however, are bigger
money-makers outside of the PGA
circuit with income from televi-
sion, exhibitions, and endorse-
ments for golf equipment and oth-
er merchandise.
SM SCORES
2ND PLACE PLAYOFF
Bio-Chem. 14, Hospital Serv. 9
3RD PLACE PLAYOFF
Admin. Bldg. 12, Pharm: 'B' 0
4TH PLACE PLAYOFFS
Newman Club 18, Cooley 'B' 13

YOGI BERRA
... new all-star

By The Associated Press
feated Rod Susman of St. Louisi
f HA VERFORD,rPa.-ed heely6-4, 6-3; Larry Nagler of North)
of Atlanta, Ga., reached the third Hollywood, Calif., won from Walt1
round of the 63rd Pennsylvania Milbourne of Philadelphia, 6-1, 6-1
Lawn Tennis Championship by 4; Ray Senkowski of Detroit andI
defeating third-seeded Vi Seixas the University of Michigan, de-t
Jr. of Villanova, Pa., 5-7, 6-3, 6-4 feated Carter Lenoir of Tucson,1
here yesterday. Ariz., 6-1, 6-2, and Fred Stolle ofI
Neely scored the only service Australia, defeated Hugh Sweeneyt
break of the third set in the open- of Houston. Tex., 6-3, 6-3.1
ing game. Seixas, a former U.S. Mrs. Karen Hantze Susman, the
and Wimbledon champion and Da-WmsKenChan romanh
vis Cup star, had been the win- Wimbledon Champion from San
ner of the Pennsylvania Chain- Antonio, Tex., and G w y n e t h
pionship seven times since 1946. Thomas of Shaker Heights, Ohio,
,si centered the quarter-final round of
He was outhit by Neely's service the women's championship.l
and overhead. The third round was also gained
Reed Advances by Justina Bricka of St. Louis,
The third round also was reach-
ed by top seeded Whitney Reed
of Alameda, Calif., who defeated RTS:
Andy Lloyd of Shreveport, La., 6-0,
7-5.
Others reaching the third round
were Cliff Drysdale of South Afri-
ca, who defeated Lee Rawls of e
Philadelphia, 6-2, 6-1; Bill BondBy The Associated Press
of La Jolla, Calif., who won from BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS,
Billy Higgins of Lawton, Okla., 6- Utah-Mickey Thompson, who has
1, 11-9; and Eugene Scott of St. driven a car 406 miles per hour but
James, N.Y.,.who eliminated Ron- can't claim the mark as a record,
nie Fisher of Houston, Tex., 7-5, warmed up for a new try at theI
6-2. world land speed mark yesterday
In first round matches Ramsey by claiming 28 new stock car rec-
Earnhart of Ventura, Calif., de- ords.

who defeated Mary Hawton of
Australia, 6-2, 6-0; Tory Fretz of
Harrisburg, Pa., who upset Carol
Hanks, the country's 11th ranking
player of St. Louis, 6-1, 11-13, 6-4;
Carol Loop of Arcadia, Calif., who
beat Sue Behlmar of Yonkers,
N.Y., 6-1, 6-4; Billie Jean Moffitt,
the defending champion from
Long Beach, Calif., who eliminated
Carol Prosen of Orlando, Fla., 6-2,
6-2; Caro- Caldwell of Santa
Monica. Calif., who defeated
Peachy Kellmeyer of Charleston,
W. Va., 6-2, 6-2, and Marilyn
Montgomery of San Antonio, Tex.,
who defeated Roberta Alison of
Alexander City, Ala., 6-1. 6-1.

AL Names
New Stars
BOSTON (A') - Colorful Yogi
Berra, picked for the 14th straight
year, and leading batsman Pete
Runnels have been added to the
squad for the Second All Star
Game, American League President
Joe Cronin announced yesterday.
In a further bid to stem the
rising National League tide, AL
Manager Ralph Houk of the New
York Yankees has named his cir-
cuit's hottest pitcher-Los Angeles'
Ken McBride, winner, of 10
straight-and lefthander Jim Kaat
of Minnesota.
Going into the Second All Star
test at Chicago's Wrigley Field
Monday, the Americans have won
only one of the last seven starts,
though still clinging to a 16-15-1
margin in the series.
The National League won this
summer's first game at Washing-
ton, 3-1.

MAJOR LEAGUE RUNDOWN:
Ford Paces Yank Mastery of Red Sox
By The Associated Press -

NEW YORK-Marshall Bridges,
working in relief of Whitey Ford,
choked off a budding Red Sox
rally last night as the New York
Yankees continued their mastery
over Boston, 5-3.
Ford struck out 10 and walked
only one.
Bill Skowron drove in two Yan-
kee runs with a double and a tri-
ple as New York recorded its 10th
victoyr in 12 starts, and seventh
in eight games against Boston this
season.
Wait and
Watch for
Our Big,
Big Sale!
Starting
Tiomorrow:
odds .
Triumph Over Tradition"
1209 South University

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.-The De-
troit Tigers scored their first vic-
tory of the season over the Min-
nesota Twins here last night, 4-3,
as Rocky Colavito drove in the win-
ning run with a single in the top
of the ninth inning.
LOS ANGELES - Lefthander
Steve Barber picked up his first
victory in nearly a month with a,
fine ninth-inning assist from Hoyt'
Wilhelm' last night as Baltimore
defeated the Los Angeles Angels,
3-2, in the first game of a double-
header.
* * *
WASHINGTON - Chicago top-
pled Washington 6-0 last night
with Early Wynn chalking up his
297th major league victory and his
49th shutout.
Wynn held the Senators to five
hits, and the White Sox got him
all the runs he needed in the first
inning, when they scored twice.
ST. LOUIS-Ernie Broglio held
the Los Angeles Dodgers to four
hits last night and the St. Louis
Cardinals scored an' unearned run
to break a 2-2 tie and end the
league leaders' winning streak at
four games, 3-2.
With two out in the sixth, Los
Angeles catcher John Roseboro
committed a two-base error with
a wild throw on Broglio's bunt.
Then Curt Flood doubled to the
right-center slot to score Broglio.
Stan Williams was the hard-
luck loser.
Stan Musial tied the score at 2-2
and Mel Ott's National League
record of 1,860 runs batted in with
a double in the fifth inning.

Fl1ame Wins
Yacht Rae
MACKINAC ISLAND (A) --
Flame, a 40-foot cutter owned by
James Doane of Chicago, was de-
clared the overall first division
winner yesterday in the 333-mile
Chicago-to-Mackinac Yacht Race.
Flame finished first in the
fourth section of the division with
an elapsed time of 63 hours 47
minutes and 51 seconds and a cor-
rected time of 53:14.06.
Gypsy, a 53-foot cutter owned
by Charley Kotovic of Milwaukee,
was runnerup in the division, fin-
ishing first in the sixth section
with an elapsed time of 59:49.20
and corrected time of 54:30.59.
Second division honors went to
Sixth Girl of Chicago's Columbia
Yacht Club which led the divi-
sion's first section with an elapsed
time of 70:43.58 and a corrected
time of 56:22.46.
Gypsy won the trophy for the
best corrected time total of the
Chicago-to-Mackinac Race and
last week's Port Huron-to-Mack-
inac Race.
Trophies were awarded to the
first boat in each division and the
first boat in each section.
The top boats by divisions and
sections were :
First Division (4th Section)
Elapsed Time.Corr. Time"
1. Flame, Chicago 63:47.51 53:14.06
2. Marlin, Chicago 65:44.49 55:11.04
First Division (5th Section)
1. Corona, Chicago 63:38.57 55:21.40
2. Rubaiyat, Chi. 64:38.58 56:24.51
First Division (6th Section)
1. Gypsy, Mil. 59:49.20 54:30.59
2. Blitzen, Mil. 59:08.08 55:27.41
Second Division (1st Section)
1. Sixth Girl, Chi. 70:43.58 56:22:46
2. Penelope, Chi. 70:01.50 57:03.56
Second Division (2nd Section)
1. Victory, Mi. 70:28.28 57:48.17
2. Bantu, Chicago 70:07.43 58:26.15

Then he postponed a planned
100 kilometer stock car endurance
run until today, and devoted the
afternoon to checking the salt flat
surface here to see if it is smooth
enough for a try at breaking the
400 mile per hour barrier for the
measured mile.
Thompson, a 33-year-old speed
veteran from Rolling Hills, Calif.,
took a big stock car onto the salt
flats yesterday and claimed rec-
ords ranging up to a speed of
153.64 miles per hour for one kilo-
meter from a flying start. His fly-
ing start time for 10 miles was
152.47. And his times from a stand-
ing start ranged from 124.20 for
5 kilometers to 143.56 for 10 miles.
Most of the times he exceeded
have stoodl since 1955 and 1956.
McMahon To Coach Chicago
CHICAGO-Youthful Jack Mc-
Mahon, former National Basket-
ball Association playing star and
last season coach of the Kansas
City Steers in the rival American
Basketball League, was named
coach of the Chicago Zephyrs in
the NBA yesterday.
McMahon, 32, wah given a two-
year contract to direct the Ze-
phyrs, known as the Packers in
their first NBA year last season.
Sports Federations Formed
CHICAGO - National Federa-

PkslrsBoken
tions in track and basketball act-
ed yesterday to complete their or-
ganizations in a much-heralded
split with the National AAU.
About 35 leaders from the
NCAA, National Federations of
High Schools, Junior Colleges and
other interested groups met in a
day-long session to ratify consti-
tutions and elect officers for the
two new sports federations.
This cops a year of repeated ex-
ploratory meetings during which
the AAU remained aloof, spurning
invitation to join the federations.
Russian Team Leaves
NEW YORK-The Russian track
team, which met the United States
at Palo Alto, Calif., last Saturday
and Sunday arrived at Idlewild
Airport in a happy frame of mind
yesterday.
Head Coach Gabriel Korobkov
said the athletes had no com-
plaints about the trip or the meet.
"It was fine from the first day
to the last," he said.
The athletes and officials had
lunch at the New York A.C. and a
choice of several sight-seeing
tours to keep them busy until de-
parture in the evening. They were
scheduled to leave for Paris en
route to Moscow.
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Summer school student preferred.
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Call Mr. Miller, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
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Arbor.
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RALPH'S MARKET
Picnic Supplies
Party Foods
Kitchen Supplies
Kosher Foods.
709 PACKARD-OPEN TILL MIDNIGHT
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HAYNES FLUTE-Excellent condition.
Cali NO 3-9109. B13
ALFRED ANGELO original wedding
gown. Size 8. originally $150, only
$90, Call HU 2-2132 evenings. B12
RUGS, NEVER USED-9x12 $25; also
matching pair larger sizes. G. E. Vac.
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8x36 1956 SKYLINE mobile home. Good
cond. Two bedrooms. Pleasant, eco-
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dow . Lot 45, Coachville Gardens,
3423 Carpenter Rd. Come 7-9 p.mn.
Possession now or Aug. 25. Bli
DIAMONDS-At wholesale prices from
our mines to you. Buy direct and
save. Robert Haack Diamond Import-
ers. 504 First National Bldg. NO 3-0653.
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FREE PICK-UP AN4D DELIVERY on
radios. phonos, tape recorders and TVs
with this ad. Campus Radio & TV.
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BARGAIN CORNER
MEN'S WEAR: SUMMER SPECIALS--
Blue cord pants $2.99; Bermudas and
swim suits 1.99 and up. Short sleeve
sport shirts 1,.25 up. Wash and gear
pants 3.95up. Briefs, shorts, T-shirts
69c. Canvas casuals, oxfords, 2.95. 3.95.
Many other BIG BUYS. SAM'S STORE,
122 E. Washington St. W2
FOR RENT
APARTMENTS LIMITED. Call Carl D.
Malcolm, Jr., Realtor. NO 3-0511. C31
4-ROOM and bath apt. for rent on
Walnut St. $1400 for full yr. To see
call GE 7-7523. C-30
Summer Rates
Furnished apts. from $60 up. NO
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NEW twu bedroom apartment units now
being completed on South Forest for
Sept. occupancy. For appoint, to see,
call Karl D. Malcolm, Jr. Realtor
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BARGAIN DAYS

July 26th thru 31st

RABIDEAU-HARRIS' SENSATIONAL

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EARLY WYNN
. ..297th victory
CINCINNATI-A pinch homer
by Wally Post and ten other as-
sorted hits carried Cincinnati's
Reds to a 6-4 victory over Pitts-
burgh last night.
CHICAGO-Rookie second base-
man Ken Hubbs, who stroked a
solo homer in the first inning,
teamed with Ron Santo to hit
back-to-back doubles in the sev-
enth inning as the Chicago Cubs
scored three times for a 5-3 victory
over Philadelphia yesterday.
Don Cardwell, making his fourth
relief appearance of the season,
pitched the last two innings to
save starter Glen Hobbie's third
win of the year. Hobbie has lost
nine.

JULY

CLEi

R

CE SALE!

Second Division
1. Inferno, Chicago
2. Bobtail, Mil.

(3rd Section)
69:45.37 58:33.31
69:58.48 59:14.50

We are clearing our summer stocks-getting ready for fall-in many instances we've reduced prices over 40%
to clear the decks fast--You'll be wearing summer clothes for some months yet . . . We also think it wise to
look ahead to next year-the savings are that important in quality apparel and furnishings for men. Check the
savings, it's your opportunity.
RABIDEAU-HARRIS "THE HOT SPOT OF BARGAINS"

Major League Standings

Dodger Star
Hurts Finger
LOS ANGELES (A') - Dodger
southpaw Sandy. Koufax, out of
action because of a hand injury,
said yesterday specialists think he
may have a 'blood clot.
"But they tell me I have started
to get some blood circulation in
my index finger," said Koufax,
who had won 14 games when
forced to the sidelines recently.
"The doctors say the pain and
sensitivity will last until full cir-
culation is restored."
Doctors have estimated Koufax
may be sidelined six weeks.

One Lot
$40-$45 SUITS
Reduced
NOW

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OneL
$50-$55'
Reduc

Lot
SUITS
:ed
177

One Lot
$60-$65 SUITS
Reduced
NOW
$4777

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NO 3

One Lot
$25-$29.95
SPORT COATS
Reduced
NOW

9

REAL BARGAINS
ULRICH'S will be closing
Out HUNDREDS of Items
(some only 2 or 3 each) at
cost or below. In addition
ULRICH'S has bought many
Factory Closeouts at huge
savings to you. Such as
Brief Cases, Everyday Gift
Wrappings & Ribbon, World
Globes, Stationery, etc.
Factory Close-Outs
of 1961 Christmas Cards
Paper and Ribbon
50% OFF
CHILDREN'S BOOKS
(One Lot)
40% OFF

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
New York 56 37 .603 -
Los Angeles 54 42 .563 3!r
Minnesota 53 45 .451 5%
Cleveland 49 45 .521 714
Baltimore 50 48 .509 8/2
Chicago 50 49 .505 9 ;
Detroit 46 49 .474 11
Boston 44 51 .463 13 ]
Kansa sCity 43 55 .439 15%
Washington 35 59 .371 21Y l
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 5, Boston 3
Chicago '6, Washington 0
Detroit 4, Minnesota 3
Baltimore 3, Los Angeles 2 (2nd, inc.)
Cleveland at Kansas City (inc.)1
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Washington (n)3
Detroit at Minnesota (n)
Cleveland at Kansas City (n)]
Baltimore at Los Angeles (n)7
Boston at New York (2, twi);

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Los Angeles
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Philadelphia.

w
67
65
60
56
56
50
46

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39
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Pet. GB
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.644 1
.608 51/2
.578 8
.559 10
.505 15t
.451 21

SUMMER
ROBES

Houston 36 61 .371 28%
Chicago 36 65 .356 301 f ,, A
New York 24 70 .255 39 1 Keep
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS of
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 3
New York at Milwaukee (inc.) We specializei
St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2 1 PERS
Cincinnati 6, Pittsburgh 4 " CRE
San Francisco at Houston (inc.)" FLAT
TODAY'S GAMES " PRIN
Philadelphia at Chicago ! AIR-
New York at Milwaukee (n)
Los Angeles at St. Louis (n) THE DASC
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (n) near Mic
San Francisco at Houston (n)

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ONALITY CUTS
W-CUTS
T TOPS
4CETONS
CONDITIONED
OLA BARBERS
chigan Theatre

6.95 Now
8.95 Now
9.95 Now
12.95 Now

5.57
7.17
7.77
10.57

SWIM
WEAR
$4 Now $3.17
$5 Now $4.17
CABANA SETS
$8.95 Now 7.17
9.95 Now 7.77

Regulars -Longs -Shorts --Stouts-- Trousers Cuffed Free. Other Alterations at cost.

ONE LOT
$35-$40
Sport Coats
NOW REDUCED
$2877

BERMUDA
SHORTS
$4.95 Now 3.57
4.95 Now 3.97
5.95 Now 4.77
6.95 Now 5.17

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SUMMER
CAPS
$1.25 Now .97
1.95 Now 1.57
2.45 Now 1.97

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LSHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS "'du'ced Now"

$177j

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Recently returned from the
Pacific Northwest area, Jon
Lockard, Detroit portrait
artist will be a part of the
Ann Arbor Art Festival this

' SHORTEE
PAJAIIAS
$2.95 Now $2.37

STRAW
HATS
$4.00 Now $3.17

2000
Brush Stroke Pictures
(Rendv to Frame)

3.50 Now
4.00 Now

2.77
3.17

5.00 Now
5.95 Now

SUMMER RENTALS SALE!
WHITE COATS and PANTS .. $9.50
WHITE COATS ........ Only $4.95
BLACK TUX PANT .... Only $4.95
A big sovings while they lost.
COAT SIZES 35 to 46
PANT SIZES 28 to 42

SUMMER
JACKETS
Water Repellant
Windbreaking
$7.95 Now $6.37
8.95 Now 7.17
10.95 Now 7.77
12.95 Now 10.37

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