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PAGE FOUR

T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY. MAY 8. 1985

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MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Sox Rap Tigers Twice

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Plone 764-0557
from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 10:00 'til 11:30 A.M.

By The Associated Press
John Buzhardt and Joel Horlen
each pitched a four-hitter, lead-
ing the Chicago White Sox to 4-0
and 4-1 victories over the Detroit
Tigers in a twi-night doublehead-
er last night.
The only run scored by the Ti-
gers was an inside-the-park home
run by Dick McAuliffe off Hor-
len in the sixth inning of the
nightcap.
The White Sox bounced back
and chased Detroit starter Dave
Wickersham with a four-run ral-
ly in the seventh.
Load Bases
Chicago loaded the bases on a
walk, Bill Skowron's double and
an intentional walk. Pinch hitter
Smokey Burgess singled, driving
in two runs, and the others came
in on, a balk and a wild pitch,
both by reliever Larry Sherry.'

Buzhardt struck out 11 and al-
lowed just one runner to reach
third base in the opener.
Skowron gave Buzhardt all the
support he needed with a solo
homer in the second inning. Skow-
ron doubled and scored Chicago's
second run in the fourth.
Homer
Ron Hansen drove in the other
runs with a sacrifice fly and
ninth-inning homer.
The Tigers did not get a hit
off Buzhardt until the fifth when
Gates Brown led off with a dou-
ble.
The victories extended Chica-
go's winning streak to four games.
The Tigers have lost five straight.
Good Pitching
Jim Bunning fired a four-hitter
and produced the only run of the
game with a sixth inning homer
as the Philadelphia Phillies blank-

PISTONS TO GET BUNTIN:
NBA Holds Draft Today;
Bradley Still Says 'No'

ed the New York Mets 1-0 last
night. Bunning's job was one of
several outstanding pitching ef-
forts.
Former Yankee Ralph Terry
shut out his ex-teammates 4-0 as
Cleveland scored all its runs in
the first inning. Fred Whitfield
tagged a three-run homer and
Leon Wagner a solo shot off New
York starter Whitey Ford.
Edge Houston
Eddie Mathews' double delivered
Mack Jones with the winning win
in the 14th inning as Milwaukee
edged the Houston Astros 2-1.
Wade Blasingame went the dis-
tance for the Braves, allowing just
five hits.
Sandy Koufax ptched the Los
Angeles Dodgers into first place in
the NL by defeating Cincinnati
4-2, helped by homers by Dick
Tracewski and Ron Fairly. Koufax
got out of a jam in the sixth by
striking out Deron Johnson and
Tony Perez with the bases loaded.
Willie Mays' eighth homer of
the season tied the score at 5-5
in the eighth and San Francisco
exploded for five runs in the 10th
to whip St. Louis 10-5. Jim Dav-
enport's fourth straight hit and
two errors by Phil Gagliano trig-
gered the Giants' uprising.
Three -Hitter
Bob Buhl twirled a three-hitter
for the Chicago Cubs and a 3-1
victory over Pittsburgh in a day
game. Jim Pagliaroni's eighth
inning homer averted a shutout
for the Pirates.
Ziolo Versalles drove in four
runs with four hits to back up
Camilo Pascual's six-hit pitching
as the Minnesota Twins walloped
Baltimore 9-2. Kansas City and
Washington were not scheduled. -
The Los Angeles Angels defeat-
ed Boston 6-4 in their night game
on the West Coast.
Major Leagre
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington

USED CARS
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14,500 miles. Never raced. Four on
the floor, wire wheels, radio, heater,
windshield washer. Green, black
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Neff Road, Grosse Point. Call TU
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toasted English muffins with melted
butter, cold cuts? You name it,
chances are we'll have it. - *
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709 Packard
open every night 'til 12
FOR SALE

FOR THE FINEST in Dance Music-It's
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Art Bartner
Ray Louis
Maximillian
Peter Clements
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Contact The Bud-Mor Agency
1103 S. University
NO 2-6362
Meet the Right Person
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
with compatible backgrounds, inter-
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MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC!
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
HELP! I'M BORED! Want someone to
play bridge with me. If game, call
Judy at 764-0554 during the day. F1
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIESI

BUY AND SELL THROUGHI
The Clearing House
A listing service for privately
owned articles.
Autos, motorcycles, bikes, T.V.,
Hi-Fi's, furniture, cameras, etc.
PHONE 662-6574, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
BIKES AND SCQOTERS
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ROOMS FOR MEN
$20 per month

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6:00. U4
FOR GRAD. man or teacher, 2 rm unit
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SUMMER EMPLOYMENT
Full Time & Evening Employment
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If you are free from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. four evenings each week end
occosionally on Saturday, you con maintain your studies and still enjoy
a part-time job doing special interview work that will bring an overage
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If you ore neat appearing and a hard worker coil Mr. Jones at 761-
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We are also interested in full-time employment.

MA

NEW YORK (JP)-The National
Basketball Association is set to go
on its annual fishing expedition
for talent-but the prize catch
won't be available, regardless of
the bait.
The nine-team pro league holds
its player draft Thursday at a
midtown hotel, with a new wrinkle
designed to bolster the have-
leasts.
However, the man most likely to
succeed in the NBA from among
the crop of eligibles-Princeton's
inimitable Bill Bradley-has rul-
ed himself a non-prospect. The
6'5" All-American won a Rhodes
Scholarship and intends to spend
the next two years at Oxford.
Afterwards, he plans to study law.
The big loser in Bradley's case
is the New York Knickerbockers,
who would get first crack at him
since Princeton Is within their
territorial sphere of influence.
New York has two first-round
picks under the NBA's new draft-
ing system to help the divisional
tail-enders, and might use one of
them for Bradley on the off-
chance he will be available some
day.
After Bradley, the list of pros-
pects is comparatively unimpres-
sive. NBA people agree it's a lean
year for talent as they prepare
for their draft, which has no set
number of rounds.
Leading possibilities, in order
of height, seem to be: Fred Hetzel
of Davidson, Ollie Johnson of San
Francisco and Toby Kimbell of
Connecticut, 6-8; Rick Barry of
SPORTS
SHORTS
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Elston Howard,
New York Yankee catcher, under-
went a successful operation yes-
terday for removal of bone chips
from his right elbow.
Dr. Sidney Gayner, team physi-
cian who performed the surgery,
said two chips were taken out of
the joint-one the size of a pea
and the other smaller.
"The operation appears a suc-
cess," the physician said. "If every-
thing goes according to schedule,
Howard should be able to start
exercising in three weeks."
DARLINGTON, S.C.-Fred Lor-
enben won his fifth straight pole
position for the Rebel 300 stock
car race yesterday and knocked
down two Darlington Internation-
al Raceway records in the proc-
ess.
The blond bachelor from Elm-
hurst, Ill., leading money winner
on the NASCAR circuit, toured the
1 3-8 mile asphalt oval for four
laps at 138.133 miles per hour in
a 1965 Ford. His fastest lap was
138.461 m.p.h., also a track rec-
ord.
EAST LANSING-The Michigan
State University basketball office
reports it has signed one of the
most sought-after prep stars in the
state.
A signed tender has been re-
turned by Tom Lick of Gaylord, a
6'11" center who will be entering
MSU as a freshman next fall.

Miami of Florida, Bill Buntin of
Michigan, Dave Stallworth of
Wichita and Jim Washington of
Villanova, 6-7; Bill Cunningham
of North- Carolina and Jerry Sloan
of Evansville, 6-5; and Gail Good-
rich of UCLA and Flynn Robinson
of Wyoming, 6-1.
Goodrich is likely to be a ter-
ritorial choice of the Los Angeles
Lakers, Buntin of the Detroit Pis-
tons, Johnson of the San Fran-
cisco Warriors and Washington of
the Philadelphia 76ers.
T To Halt
Title Fight
BOSTON OP)-An injunction was
sought Wednesday by Suffolk
County Dist. Atty. Garrett H.
Byrne to block the heavyweight
title fight May 25 between cham-
pion Cassius Clay and challenger
Sonny Liston.
Byrne contended there was le-
gal technicalities which had been
ignored by promoters of the ti-
tle bout set for Boston Garden.
Judge Felix Forte in Suffolk
Superior Court said he would hear
arguments on Byrne's request for
an injunction at 11 a.m. today.
Ignore Debate
While the legal arguments went
on, both Clay and Liston sweated
through their training routines,
taking no notice of the techni-
calities involved in getting a title
fight under way.
The legal tussle developed when
Byrne told the court Sam Silver-
man of Boston was listed as pro-
moter of the title bout but actual-
ly the real promoter is Intercon-
tinental Promotions, Inc., of Penn-
sylvania.
Byrne contended Silverman was
getting $15,000 fee plus $5000 ex-
penses for appearing as promoter.
Defendants
Besides Silverman and Inter-
continental, the petition named
Clay and Liston, the Boston Gar-
den-Arena Corp., lessee of the Bos-
ton Garden where the bout is
scheduled, and the Boston &
Maine Railroad ,owner of the Gar-
den.
All negotiations with the box-
ers, the Garden, and radio and
television representatives have
been conducted by Intercontinen-
tal, Byrne said.
He also contended Interconti-
nental had failed to file certain
documents required of out-of-state
corporations doing business with-
in Massachusetts.

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Call 8-9593

Chicago
Minnesota
Los Angeles
Cleveland
Baltimore
Detroit
Boston
New York
Washington
Kansas City

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 4-4, Detroit 0.1
Cleveland 4, New York 0
Minnesota 9, Baltimore 2
Los Angeles 6, Boston 4
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at .Minnesota
New York at Cleveland (n)
Kansas City at Los Angeles (n)
Only games scheduled
NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Cl_
FURN. new 1 & 2 bdrms, town house
air-cond., balconies, on campus. Rent
starting at $152.50. Avail Aug. 1. Call
761-2480, eves 662-5140. C2
616 MILLER-Furnished 2 room apt.,
private bath. Call 663-7040 for ap-
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1 bdrm apt, with study. Very attrac-
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fall. $80 mo. Call NO 5-0925 or NOI
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FURN. 3 bdrm house, ceramic bath,
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ROOM AND BOARD I
CO-OPS are a good place to eat this
summer. Board $11 per wk. Room
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both terms. Contact Intter-Cooper-
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SUBJECTS
WANTED
for PAID
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Experiments
Col
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Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Houston
Milwaukee
Chicago
San Francisco
Philadelphia
St. Louis
Pittsburgh
New York

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 3, Pittsburgh 1
Philadelphia 1, New York 0
Los Angeles 4, Cincinnati 2
Milwaukee 2, Houston 1 (14 inn)
San Francisco 10, St. Louis 5 (10 inn)
TODAY'S GAMES
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (2, t-n)
Only games scheduled

Don't Nmalke.me, laugh.

You mean to say,
I could
have bought
that big,
beautiful,
luxurious

Dodge Polara,
and I would
have gotten a
383 cu. in. V8,
carpeting,
padded dash,

foam seats,
and all
those
other things
at no extra
cost?

Who's laughing?

r

The University, MuiaSoet

announces the

1965

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Four Recitals in Rackham Auditorium
GARY GRAFFMAN, Pianist ..............Wednesday, July 7
Program: Two Songs Without Words (Mendelssohn); Sonata in A-flat, Op.
110 (Beethoven); Variations on a Theme of Handel (Brahms); Carnaval,
Op. 9 (Schumann).
SIDNEY HARTH, Violinist................Tuesday, July 13
Program: Sonata in D major (Nardini); Sonate Op. 27, No. 3 (Ysaye);
Sonata (Ernest Bloch); Sonata, Op. 13 (Faure); Recitativoe Arioso (Luto-
slawski) ; Zigeunerweisen (Sarasate).
PHILIPPE ENTREMONT, Pianist ...........Tuesday, July 20
Program: Five Sonatas (Scarlatti); Sonata in G, K. 283 (Mozart); Etudes

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