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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. JUNE 10. 1986

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RYUN TO RUN MILE:

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Four 'M' Thinelads
Enter USTFF Meet
Four Michigan thinclads and Another AATC entry, Bryan
five athletes from the Ann Arbor Westfield, is ranked 20th in the
Track Club are included in the nation in the 440-yard intermed-
outstanding contingent of the na- iate hurdles. Both Soudek and
tion's best trackmen entered in the Westfield are former Wolverine
U. S. Track and Field Federation stars.
championships beginning at Terre The remainder of the AATC
Haute, Ind., today, contingent will consist of the mile
Jack Harvey, the Michiigan cap- relay team which holds a mark of
tain-elect and Big Ten champion 3:11.1, the third best mark in the
will present a threat in the shot country for a track club and the
put. On the basis of best marks 14th fastest for any team,
this season Harvey is rated 23rd Besides anchorman Bernard and
nationally, with his best throw be- Westfield the team is composed
ing a toss of 58'7/2" in the Penn of Dave Romain and George
Relays. Wade,
Other Wolverine athletes en- Ryun to Run Mile
tered in the meet are George The highlight of the meet will
Canamare, Cecil Norde and Rick be the appearance of Kansas'
Hunt. freshman Jim Ryun, the U.S. rec-
Canamare Holds Record ord-holder in the mile. Ryun's
Canamare has a top mark of mark of 3:53.7-only one-tenth of
15'8" in the pole vault this sea- a second off Michel Jazy's world
son and holds the Michigan and mark-was set just last week in
Big Ten record of 15'9%". the Compton Relays.
High-jumper Hunt has cleared Ryun was at first scheduled to
6'8" this year and Norde has a run only in the half-mile and the
1:50.8 clocking in the half mile. mile relay but qualifying trials for
Leading the Ann Arbor Track the mile, which would have con-
Club competitors will be Kent flicted with Ryun's other events,
Bernard, former Wolverine star. have been eliminated allowing
The Track and Field News ranks Ryun to compete.
Bernard as the fifth best quarter- The meet may have political re-
miler in the country. His best time percussions in that the rival AAU
in the 440 is :46.3. has ruled that all athletes com-
Soudek Tops in Discus peting in the USTFF Meet would
Ernst Soudek also is one of the be ineligible for the AAU cham-
country's top competitors in his pionships and a chance to run
event with a discus throw of 192' against Russia unless the federa-
11", good for a ninth-place rating. tion applies for AAU sanction.
MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Tigers Win Again 9-1;
Orioles Top Nats Twice

How do0 you know you're
getting the truth, out of
Viet Nam?

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Would you believe a
Pulitzer Prize winner?

4

Would you believe three?

By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Norm Cash, Don
Demeter and Bill Freehan ham-
mered home runs that backed up
Dave Wickersham's five-hit pitch-
ing and led the Detroit Tigers to
their fifth straight victory, 9-1
over the Boston Red Sox yester-
day.
Cash's three-run homer in the
fourth and Demeter's two-run
shot in the sixth highlighted the
Tiger offense that was aided by
10 bases on balls off five Boston
pitchers.
Freehan connected with the
bases empty in the eighth for the
final Detroit run,
Birds Take AL Lead
BAT.'T IORE Th . .ro Arkin

Powell's two-run homer in the
sixth inning after scoring an 8-7
victory in a suspended game with
a four-run rally in the eighth and
took over first place in the
American League.
The Orioles, who have won 10
of their last 12, moved one game
ahead of Cleveland, which had its
game with New York rained out.
Dick Nen's homer, following
Paul Casanova's double, gave
Washington a 2-0 lead in the sec-
ond inning of the regulation game.
Baltimore tied it 2-2 in the
fourth on two walks and singles
by Powell and Curt Blefary. Powell
then hit his homer off loser Diego
Segui with two out in the sixth.
* * *

tb.J±V±'utt.., - elif e sUI',111b reA ngL LU 5 iJUU rt tiA'10
Baltimore Orioles downed Wash- ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
ington 4-2 last night on Boog The Minnesota Twins smashed a
record tying five home runs in
the seventh inning yesterday, rid-
Name Three ing the late explosion to a 9-4
victory over Kansas City.
W olverinesThe Twins just missed breaking
the major league record for most
Al-Co f r nhome runs in an inning when
Ai- on~erenee Jimmie Hall came within about
two feet of clearing the fence after
By The Associated Press Harmon Killebrew had crashed
EAST LANSING - Wolverines the fifth homer of the frame.
Bob Reed, Bob Gilhooley and Ted Minnesota trailed 4-3 going into
Sizemore were named to the first the big inning after Killebrew's
string of the All-Big Ten team two-run homer in the sixth inning
yesterday. had pulled the Twins back into
The first three teams were an- contention.
nounced by John Kobs, retired
Michigan State baseball coach and Mets Lose Again
chairman of the selection com- NEW YORK - Mack Jones'
mittee of conference coaches. three-run homer highlighted At-
Reed was one of two pitchers lanta's five-run first inning and
named to the 10-man first squad. led the Braves past the New York
Reed had an earned run average Mets 8-4 last night for their sixth
of 1.52 and tied a conference vic- straight victory.
tory record with his 6-3 mark. The Braves opened the scoring
The other first-string pitcher in the first when Felipe Alou sin-
was Ohio State's Steve Arlin. Ar- gled home Woody Woodward, who
lin had a 1.00 earned run average had walked and moved to thrd
and a perfect 3-0 won-lost record. on Hank Aaron's single. Jones
Gilhooley, Michigan captain and then followed with his seventh
most valuable player, was chosenther.
as the top shortstop. Gilhooley homer. fifth run came when Rico
was 10th mi conference batting Carty singled, moved to second on
with a .321 mark.Catsigemvdoscndn
witha .21 mrk'a wild pitch and scored when
Sizemore, picked as the first- Felix Millan singled to center and
team catcher, ranked a fraction of Ed Kranepool fumbled the ball
a percentage point above Gilhoo-
ley in Big Ten batting with a .321 for an error.
also.
The hitters on theal-ofr Ma*rL gu
en team were paced by Jack ajor League
Campbell, Indiana first-baseman
who won the batting title with a
.381 mark. AMERICAN LEAGUE
Two first-string outfield selec- Wi L Pet. G13
tions - Bob Speer of Michigan Baltimore 34 19 .642 -
State and Bob Fenwick of Min- cleveland 31 18 .633 1
nesota-- both hit .347. Spartan Chicago 25 24 .510 7 ~
third baseman John Biedenbach California 26 26 .500 7%
was close behind with a .346 aver- Minnesota 23 26 .469 9
age. New York 22 26 .458 9l~
Washington 23 32 .418 12
Other first - string selections Kansas City 19 30 .388 13
were Wisconsin's Harlan Krafft at iBoston 19 23 .365 14yr
second base and Minnesota's YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Frank Brousseau in right field. Meroit 9 Kansas City 4
* * * Baltimore 8-4. Washington 7-2

4.

1964 MALCOLM BROWNE--THE AP

1965 HORST FAAS-THE AP

1966 PETER ARNETT-THEAP

In a war as complex, scattered and confused
as the current military and political struggle
in Viet Nam, it's difficult to separate hard
facts from wishful thinking-or reality from
well-intentioned propaganda. How do you
know you're getting the truth fully and fac-
tually? Because this newspaper, as a member

of The Associated Press, is getting the news
from a remarkable AP team of reporters and
photographers in Viet Nam. For three con-
secutive years, a member of this team has
been singled out for the highest honor in
journalism: The Pulitzer Prize. In 1964, it
went to AP special-assignment writer, Mal-

colm Browne. In 1965, Horst Faas won. And
this year, war correspondent Peter Arnett
carried off the prize. All three have been part
of a large contingent of courageous and skill-
ful AP men covering the war daily from every
angle. As fast as they tell us what's happen-
ing, we tell you. And you can believe it.

Awl

Everything that's going on, goes into our newspaper. That's why you get so much out of it.

*1

Russell, Simonds Picked
Cazzie Russell and Chan Si-
monds were added to the list of
the Wolverines picked in the pro
baseball draft in New York.
Simonds, a top fielding first
baseman, brought his average up
from .188 in his junior year to
.284 this year. Simonds was picked
up by Detroit.

New York at Cleveland (rain)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at California (n)
Minnesota at Chicago (n)
New York at Detroit (n)
Washington at Cleveland (n)
Boston at Baltimore (n)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
SanFrancisco 34 21 .618 -
Los Angeles 32 21 .604 1
Pittsbuirgh 30 22 .577 2 4

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