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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 2, 1969

Page~ Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOLLETT'S FOIBLES

ONLY YANK LEFT:
Ashe reaches Wimbleton semis
WIMBLEDON, England {;P - finals Wednesday, Mrs. Margaret time I've lost. But he doesn't scare
Arthur Ashe is the only U.S. Court of Australia, two-time win- me. He's had a few cliff hangers
player remaining in the men's ner of the Wimbledon crown from' this week.
singles of the Wimbledon Open Australia, plays Mrs. Ann Jones '"As long as my game continues
tennis tournament after he elim- of England and Rosemary Casals to improve I've high hopes of
inated Bob Lutz of Los Angeles of San Francisco meets Billie Jean , taking the crown back home with
Tuesday and Clark Graebner King of Long Beach, Calif., seek- me."
failed on .three match points and ing a fourth straight title. Ashe is trying to become the
bowed to Tony Roche of Australia. After his victory over Lutz, first Negro man to win the Wim-
Roche defeated the powerful Ashe said: bledon title.
New Yorker, 4-6, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, "My game seems to be getting Althea Gibson won the women's
11-9. Earlier, Ashe had advanced better with every game. I've singles championship in 1957 and
to the semifinals at the expense played Laver twice before. Each 1958.
of Lutz, a Davis Cup teammate
fromSouthern California, 6-4,
6-2, 4-6, 7-5.
First-seeded Rod Laver of Aus-
tralia swept through Cliff Drys-
dale of South Africa, 6-4, 6-2, 6-3.
The remaining spot in the round *
of four went to John Newcombe,
also of Australia, who halted Tom
of The Netherlands 8-6 I- r:
3-6, 6-1, 7-5.
In the semifinals on Thursday,
Roche will play Newcombe and
SAshe, who hails' from Richmond,
Va., will meet Laver. ~
In the women's singles semi-
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IRS says Allen delinquent;
Quarry, Foster bout possible
By The Associated Press
# PHILADELPHIA-The Internal Revenue Service filed an in-
come tax lien of $2,165.44 Tuesday against Rich Allen, the beleagured
star of the Philadelphia Phillies.
The IRS claims Allen owes $2,165.44 in income taxes for 1966.
,* * *
* LOS ANGELES-Promoter Hal Benson said Tuesday he has
offered light heavyweight champion Bob Foster $35,000 to meet heavy-
weight challenger Jerry Quarry in a 10-round nontitle fight Sept. 27.
Benson, who promotes bimonthly cards at the 3,000-seat Valley
Music Theater in suburban Woodland Hills, said he has talked with
Foster's manager, Mushky Salow, and Johnny Flores, co-manager of
Quarry.
Both managers indicated interest in the fight, Benson said.
* OAKLAND-Oakland Raiders' pass receiver Warren Wells
pleaded innocent to charges of attempted rape and committing an
immoral sex act Tuesday.
Wells, 26, was charged in connection with an incident involving
an El Cerrito, Calif., housewife on April 20. He was indicted by the
Alameda County Grand Jury on June 3 and released on $2,500 bond.
0 PITTSBURGH-Quarterback Terry Hanratty, the Pittsburgh
Steelers' second round National Football League draft choice, signed
his 1969 contract Tuesday, the club announced.

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ARTHUR ASJE lunges for the ball during a volley in his match
against Bob Lutz of Los Angeles yesterday at Wimbledon. The
scrappy Richmond native disposed of his Davis Cup teammate
in four sets, 6-4, 6-2, 4-6, 7-5, and advanced into tomorrow's semi-
finals against Rod Laver of Australia: The only other American
in the quarterfinals, Clark Graebner of Cleveland, lost a hard-
fought match to Tony Roche of Australia in five sets.

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July Shoe

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Carlos heads Poweru
team in triangular meet
LOS ANGELES (A) - Olympic strongest team this nation has
sprinter John Carlos of San Jose ever fielded.
State heads the formidable United Lodge made his remarks as the
States team that will compete United States' team, selected in
against teams from the Soviet this past weekend's AAU meet in
Union and the British Common- Miami, was officially announced,
wealth in a triangular track and The number one and two fin-
field meet to be held here July ishers in the AAU meet qualified
18-19. for the meet, but perhaps the
Hilmer Lodge, national chair- most noteworthy feature of the
man of the AAU track and field U.S. team is the absence of Jim
committee, flatly declared the Ryun, world's record-holder in the
American' contingent to be the mile.
Ryun was upset by Villanova's
Marty Liquori in the NCAA meet
in Knoxville two weeks ago and
r i did not finish the race in Miami
as Liquori won easily.
ira n ceCarlos, who won both the 100
a n eand 220 in Knoxville in leading
San Jose to the NCAA outdoor
at title, was upset by freshman Ivory
j Crockett of Southern Illinois in
the 100 at the AAU meet, but he
did finish second to qualify for
the. triangular meet. Carlos came
back later in the meet to easily
take the 220.
Bob Seagren, who has barely
S lA CK migsed clearing the 18-foot bar-
ried each of the past two week-
ends, will join world record hold-
'e have 780 PAl RS of er John Pennel in the pole vault.
SUMMER SHOES Seagren has said he might quit
Values to $25 after this meet.
Randy Matson, world record
holder in the shot put, announced
SN ow'$1after the AAU melt that he would
be unable to compete in Los An-
a pair geles because of summer courses
he was taking relative to his stock
S OF' PAlIRS brokerage career.
Otis Burrell, AAU champion,
TO $15 OFF and Dick Fosbury, NCAA cham-
ts, all pastels. pion will represent the United
e in all styles, States in the high jump. Fosbury,
5-1 0 the Olympic gold medalist, has
recently been plagued by a sore
back that has bothered his take-
off into the famous 'Fosbury flop.'
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about 90 participants, including
managers and trainers.

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