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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. JULY 1 2. 1982

FOR THE MICHIGAl~ DAILY TJITTfl~T~AV TTTV.V 19 1OE~9

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ltimore Downs IL Stars

ROCHESTER, N.Y. VP~)-- Jim
Gentile, Dick Williams and Gus
Triandos slammed home runs for
the Baltimore Orioles last night as
the American Leaguers defeated
the International League All-
Stars, 8-5.
The loss was the first for the
IL stars in their last four en-
counters with Major League clubs.
Home runs drove in all of the
All-Star runsdoff right-handers
Jack Fisher and Dave Vineyard.

Gentile, who has hit 21 homers
in the AL this season, smashed a
tape-measure job off Toronto
right-hander Carl Greene, after
Whitey Herzog walked in the
fourth. In the seventh Williams
belted a Carl Mathias pitch over
the left field fence.
Triandos led off the eighth with
a four-baser off Richmond south-
paw Al Downing to start a five-
run uprising that sewed it up for
the Orioles.

SPORTS SHORTS:
Pipers Of
By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND-Cleveland Piper's
President George Steinbrenner
said yesterday Jerry Lucas, three-
time All-America from Ohio State,
may get more money now that the
Pipers are in the National Basket-
ball Association.
Steinbrenner said he was sure
"Lucas will play with us-even if
only on weekends, because of his
educational plans. He's the boss
and I'm sure we can reach an
agreement about his availability."
Steinbrenner said he would talk
with Lucas this weekend in Cleve-
land about when he will play with
the Pipers if he decides to con-
tinue 'his schooling, and "a few
other things."
"If it's more money he wants
we'll be glad to give it to him," he
said.

fer Lucas More Money

with the hot breath of a Califor-
nia collegian warming their backs.
Big John Archer of San Francis-!
co, the medalist with a 36-hole to-
tal of 145, easily made it through
the first round.
Ex-boxer Lalu Sabotin, the run-
ner-up, was pushed to 19 holes be-
fore beating E. Arthur St. John of
Oklahoma City, and defending
champion Dick Sikes of Spring-
dale, Ark., advanced with a 3 and
2 victory over Tom Hovey of Utica,
N.Y.
Lurking in the background was
19-year-old John Joseph, a San
Mateo College student from Hay-
warq,, Calif. He eliminated John
Floch of Troy, Mich., 6 and 5,
then played out the round for an
unofficial 69-best round of the
tourney thus far.
Lane Upsets Champ
ST. LOUIS-Ben Lane Jr., an
unheralded youngster from Amar-
illo, Tex., upset defending cham-
pion Herb Durham of Dallas, 3
and 2, in the first round of the

59th Annual Trans-Mississippi
Golf Tournament.
* * *
Creed Misses Ace
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Favorite
Clifford Ann Creed of Alexandria,
La., missed a hole-in-one by only
an inch in winning a second round
match in the 62nd Women's West-
ern Amateur Golf Tournament
here yesterday.
She missed the one-shotter on1
the final, 135-yard hole of a 4-
and-3 victory over Jane Nelson
Weiss of Indianapolis, former Cur-
tis Cup team member.
The 100-pound Louisiana preci-
sion player matched par for the
15 holes at South Bend Country
Club and the longest of her three
birdie putts was 15 feet.
* * *
Swims Channel-Underwater
DOVER, England-Fred Balda-
sare conquered the English Chan-
nel in an under water swim in a
frogman's suit yesterday and then
said he was retiring to produce
movie documentaries.
"I have given up two years of
my life to do this and it has cost
me $35,000. My life savings are
gone.
"Having achieved my ambition,
I now want to get back into film
producing. I

Palmer's 71
Only Good
U.S. Round
TROON, Scotland 03) - Aching
Arnold Palmer started defense of
his British Open Golf Champion-
ship with a 1-under-par 71 yester-
day but his chief American rival,,
young Jack Nicklaus, virtually
blew himself out of contention
with a fat 80.
Nicklaus, the reigning U.S. Open
Champion, and Gene Littler of
San Diego, Calif., the man he suc-
ceeded, both are in danger of
failing to make the cut after to-
day's round when the field will be
sliced to a maximum of 50 players.
Littler, one of the preliminary
favorites, like Nicklaus had trou-
ble with Old Troon's 7,045 yards
of heather, gorse and sand and
came in with a 79. "I don't want to
talk about it," Littler told inter-
viewers grumpily.
Palmer's steady round placed
him only two shots back of the
first round leader, 32-year-old
Keith MacDonald of a famous
English and Scottish golfing clan,
who shot 35-34-69.
He was the only one of the eight
American qualifiers in a strong
contending position as the tour-
nament moved into its second
round.

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AT GRINNELL'S
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Used Grands
from $495

TRANSPORTATION
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Public Links Golf
BUFFALO, N.Y.-The medalist,
the runner-up and the defendingi
champion moved into the secondi
round of the 37th Annual U.S.1
Public Links Golf Championship

DIAL 2-6264
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STARTS TODAY
4 SHOWS DAILY AT
1:10, 3:40, 6:15 and 9:00
Feature 10 Minutes Later

ARE THE MEN AND WOMEN OF
WASHINGTON REALLY LIKE THIS?

BEST ERA RECORDS:
Kouf ax, Aguirre Excell

NEW YORK (A') - Southpaws
Sandy Koufax of the Los Angeles
Dodgers and Hank Aguirre of De-
troit lead the Major Leagues in
earned run average as the 1962
campaign heads into its second
half.
Figures compiled by the Associ-
ated Press show that Koufax tops
the National League with an ERA
of 2.14 and Aguirre paces the
American with 2.09.
Koufax has yielded 40 earned
runs in 168 innings while winning
13 games and losing four. He al-
so has struck out the most senior
circuit batsmen, 203. The Dodger
fireballer has posted two shutouts.
Aguirre has permitted 20 earned
runs in 86 innings. He has a 7-3
record with one shutout. In his
last three starts, Aguirre blanked
Baltimore 1-0, lost to Cleveland 1-
0 and defeated the Orioles 3-2.
His string of 23 consecutive score-
less innings was broken July 4.
ENDING SATURDAY ^
DIAL
8-6416

The leaders (80 or more
nings):
AMERICAN LEAGUE

in-

Brand New Spinet
Once in a lifetime special
Piano and Organ

$399
$295
X1

Pitcher and Club G
Aguirre, Det. 20
Donovan, Cleve. 18
Ford, N.Y. 18
Stenhouse, Wash 18
Belinsky, L.A. 17
Terry, N.Y. 21
Perry, Cleve. 19
Lee, Minn.-L.A. 16
Mossi, Det. 17
Fisher, Chi. 35
Bunning, Det. 20
Estrada, Bait. 18

'IP
86
137
119
95
100
150
107
101
113
85
123
115

R
21
46
43
35
42
62
44
46
49
40
54
53

ER ERA
20 2.09
42 2.76
39 2.95
32 3.03
35 3.15
56 3.36
40 3.36
38 3.39
44 3.50
33 3.54
49 3.59
46 3.60

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Pitcher and Club G
Koufaz, L.A. 22
Shaw, Mil. 21
Purkey, Cleve. 19
Farrell, Hous. 25
Drysdale, L.A. 22
Marichal, S.F. 21
Francis, Pitts. 18
Gibson, St.L. :18
O'Dell, S.F. 21
Mcean, Pitts. 17
Simmons, St.L. 16
Spahn, Mil. 18

IP
168
140
150
108
159
160
99
130
147
99
96
138

R
49
43
52
37
59
62
40
40
59
43
42
52

ER ERA
40 2.14
37 2.38
43 2.58
31 2.58
52 2.94
53 2.98
33 3.00
44 3.05
50 3.06
34 3.09
34 3.19
49 3.20

Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Detroit Free Press

"Powerful adult
drama."
-Al Weitschat
Detroit News

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Los Angeles
Minnesota
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Baltimore
Chicago
Boston
Kansas City
Washington

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Pct. GB
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.523 4Y
.518 5
.494 7
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.482 8
.471 9
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CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
Lubrication $1.50
Nye Motor Sales
514 E. Washington
82
C-TED
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SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE
IS OUR BUSINESS
Stop in NOW for
brake work
engine tune-up
battery and tire check-up
"You expect more from
Standard and you get it."
SOUTH UNIVERSITY & FOREST
NO 8-9168
Si
BUSINESS SERVICES
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ANYTHING YOUR LITTLE
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709 Packard J7
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MART

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(No games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Kansas City (n)
Cleveland at Baltimore (n)
Detroit at Chicago (n)
Washington at Minnesota (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Los Angeles
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Philadelphia
Houston
Chicago
New York

W
58
57
52
46
47
42
37
33
32
23

L
31
31
34
36
38
43
49
50
56
59

Pct. GB
.652 -
.648 1/
.605 4j
.561 8%/
.553 9
.494 14
.430 19%
.398 22
.364 25%
.280 31%

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 6, Houston 1
(Only game scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Chicago
San Francisco at Philadelphia (n)
Los Angeles at New York (n)
Houston at Pittsburgh (n)
St. Louis at Milwaukee (n)
ENDS TODAY
DORIS DAY
LI CARY GRANT
"THAT TOUCH
OF MINK"
G FRIDAY

529 Detroit St.

NO 2-1363

Featuring student furnishings of all
kinds, appliances, typewriters, televi-
sions, bicycles, etc. Open Monday and
Friday Evenings 'til 9.
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COEDS:
While you're having a FREE cup
of coffee, why not have your
HAIR DONE at the
VOGUE BEAUTY SALON
300 S. Thayer in the concourse
of the Bell Tower
Where it's COOL all summer long.'

Call NO 8-8354, also evenings
by appointment
Experienced Hair Stylists

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