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Page 10-Sunday, September 17, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Triumphant At nowy
Sponders ring future
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Muhammad Ali said yesterday he's going to NEW
relax and enjoy the heavyweight championship before thinking about bashed
' fighting again. . . possibly in a big money match against Larry Holmes. inning
"If you make Holmes 36, no problem, I'd sign tomorrow," said the 36- Munson
year-old Ali the morning after he became the first man to win the York Y
heavyweight title three times by easily outpointing Leon Spinks. "Or if I for the
could go back to 28.. oh man." nationa
"IT WOULD be wrong to force Muhammad Ali, at this point, to make a The s
decision on his future," said Bob Arum, who put on the Ali-Spinks fight in the pitch fr
Superdome. Then he added: "Ali-Holmes is the logical fight." head of
Ali is recognized as champion by the World Boxing Association while and eas
Holmes is recognized by the World Boxing Council. After
But should Ali decide to fight the 29-year-old Holmes, Ali would be in the v4 Munson
driver's seat in purse demands. but fou
"Holmes is a paper champion," said Ali, and Arum said: "The WBC offering
championship, in my view, is absolutely nothing. It's a phony, fraudulent fly ba
thing." .-rightfie
HOLMES WON the WBC title by outpointing Ken Norton, who received tagged
WBC title status when that group withdrew recognition from Spinks for Thev
failing to agree to fight Norton after Spinks had beaten Ali last Feb. 15. straigh
Don King has promoted most of Holmes' fights, but Arum said, games,
"Holmes' people have told me they have no contractural commitment to any of seconi
promoter." League
Ali does have a commitment with Arum should he fight again, five str
But for now, Ali said, "I'm gonna hold my title for six or seven months Catfis
and then I'll decide on whether to fight again." hitter.
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YORK - Mickey Rivers
a leadoff triple in the ninth
and scored on Thurman
1's sacrifice fly as the torrid New
ankees beat the Boston Red Sox
sixth straight time, 3-2, ifi a
illy-televised game yesterday.
speedy Rivers hit a two-strike
om Mike Torrez, 15-11, over the
f left fielder Carl Yastrzemski
ily made third.
Willie Randolph grounded out,
attempted a suicide squeeze,
led off the pitch. On the next ~~.~
, the veteran catcher drilled a
all which was caught by -
elder Jim Rice before Rivers
third and scored. :'e: .1
victory, the Yankees' fourth
t and 10th in their last eleven
moved them 3% games ahead
nd-place Boston in the American
East. The Red Sox have lost
aight and 14 of their last 17.
sh Hunter, 10-5, pitched a six-
He struck out a season high of .. ;
while walking four batters.
ie Jackson smashed a two-out, .
ike home run in the fifth to tie .
ne. It was Jackson's 23rd homer y '.
year and 336th of his 12-year
tying him with former M ;. .3;...
ikee Brave Joe Adcock for 32nd
ill-time list...
s two-run homer in the first gave
d Sox their first lead against the
es in their last six meetings. The
e-field clout, following a single H$ ' /
y Remy, was Rice's 41st of the
tops in the major leagues.
Yankees got a run back in the AP hoto
andolph dropped a perfect buntAPtna
no third base line, took third on JERRY REMY'S stolen base in the first inning was one of the few bright spots for the Boston Red Sox yesterday as they
e thrn-d-asine too third saw their hopes for an American League East Division championship darken with a 3-2 loss to the New York Yankees. Jim
n's run-and-hit single and scoreddle Rice followed Remy's theft with his 41st homer of the season.
rs 10, Indians 4 game winning streak snapped in losing Phillips also doubled in the eighth and exploded for 19 hits and defeated th
to Detroit for the eighth time in nine scored on a double by Garry Montreal Expos 12-5 yesterday.
VELAND - Lance Parrish had career decisions. Templeton. Rookie Don Robinson, 13-6, helped th
its and drove in three runs The Cubs scored in the second when Pirates extend their home winning
ay, carrying the Detroit Tigers Cards 4, Cubs 1 Dave Kingman was hit by a pitch, streak to 18 games by winning for th
4 rout of the Cleveland Indians. CHICAGO - Mike Phillips' two-run advanced on a walk to Ivan DeJesus, eighth time in the last nine decisions.
ie Dave Stegman's sacrifice fly single in the sixth inning yesterday and scored on a single by Tim Pittsburgh took a 2-0 lead in the firs
Milt Wilcox a 1-0 lead in the helped the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-1 Blackwell. FnTg against Ross Grimsley, 18-10
inning and the Tiger right- victory over the Chicago Cubs. Frank Tavzras bunted safely for the
, 13-10, breezed to his ninth Singles by Ted Simmons and Keith Pirates 12, Expos 5 first of his four hits, stole second, an(
in his last 12 decisions. Hernandez, a double steal and an PITTSBURGH - Dave Parker came home on Parker's first doubl
LeFlore had three hits, a intentional walk to Terry Kennedy pre- slammed three doubles and drove in Parker scored the second run on
ce fly, and his 64th and 65th ceded Phillips' two-run hit. four runs as the Pittsburgh Pirates single by Willie Stargell.
bases of the season. Aurelio Parker's third double came with thi
uez also had three hits in the 16- bases loaded in the seventh inning and
roit assault. raised his season RBI total to 104, d
Waits, 12-14, had a personal five-TA K IN G career high.

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tember 15 for all organizations registered prior
to the end of the 1978 winter term. Any organi-
zation not yet registered or any students inter-
ested in starting an organization should pick up
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for FALL TERMAny LSA Student Is Eligible to
Elect These Courses
JOURNALISM 302
"Writing for Mass Media"
Marion Marzolf
HISTORY OF ART 305/MARC 323
"Themes and Symbols of Western Art"
Christin Bornstein
RUSSIAN 451
"Survey of Russian Literature"
Irvin Titunik
WOMENS STUDIES 360

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