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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 17, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 17, 1971

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Karras calls it quits;
British lead in golf.

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DETROIT-Saying "I thought it
over and feel I don't have to prove
to anybody I wasn't over the hill,"
former Detroit Lion Alex Karras
said he will retire fron football
to enter show business and "spend
more time with my family."
The 12-year veteran tackle, re-
leased by the Lions in a surprise
move Tuesday, said "I don't feel
mentally ready to play football.
They've taken it out of me here
! in Detroit. They really beat me
down."
"I thought all night about play-
ing with the outstanding defensive
line of the Rams," Karras said.
"This morning I looked around at
the family and thought it was a

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little selfish to think I had to By The Associated Press Reds sealed the victory with five Les Cain started the decisive ral-
prove anything to anybody any SAN FRANCISCO - Cincinnati runs in the eighth inning. ly with a fifth-inning single as
more. Especially Detroit, the only Reds' pitcher Ross Grimsley e x - Rose accounted for the f i n a 1 the Detroit Tigers downed t h e
people I'm r e a 11 y concerned tended San Francisco's September Reds run with his 12th homer of Washington Senators 3-1 yester-
about." slide yesterday, beating the Giants the year in the ninth. day afternoon.
, * , 8-1 on a three-hitter and trim- The Giants have held first place It was Detroit's fourth straight
ming their first-place lead over since April 12, when the season victory and 13th in its last 17
Britain svings the Los Angeles Dodgers to half was a week old. Their biggest lead games.
ST. LOUIS-Great Britain, gun- a game in the torrid National was 10! games at the end of Cain, 9-9, yielded only three
ning for a major upset, stormed League West race.June. hits, including Jeff Burroughs'
ou oa31la vrAeias Grimsley, a 21-year-old left- htJune.g ef urogs
out to a 3-1 lead over America's aThe Dodgers pulled to within fifth homer, before leaving when
premier professional golfers yes- hander, was hurt only by Dick 312 games of the lead in mid-Au- his arm tightened in the seventh.
terday in the opening round of Dietz 17th homer of the year in gust, but the Giants put together Jack Whillock and Ron Perrano-
play in the 19th biennial Ryder the fifth inning and raised his re- a five-game winning streak to ski finished up.
Cup matches.cor to10-. 'e sent the saggingbulupa 812gm ede y
Cup matches. G t t h th 11th loss in the build up an 8%-game edge by- With the Tigers trailing 1-0,
Only Arnold Palmer and Gard- last 12 games Sept. 5, when a seven-game 'los- Cain got the Tigers started in the
ner Dickinson could salvage some ges ing streak began. fifth and moved to third on Dick
nmerickinp couldewitsalvag som George Foster, traded by the * * *ifs obe urloRd
Americaneprestige witha 2yun B Giants to Cincinnati early in the trip Mcguff double. Aurelo
victory over a pair of young Bri- season, hit a grand slam h o m e r Tigers ti Senators riguez' sacrifice fly brought Cain
tons, Peter Townsend and big off reliever Don McMahon as the DETROIT - Winning pitcher home and McAuliffe scored on
Peter Oosterhuis. -- Norm Cash's single.
m The Tigers scored again in the
Barry to switch? seventh when McAuliffe singled,
NEW YORK-Rick Barry, the Gstole second, moved to third on
pro basketball star who has a single by Rodriguez and scored
changed his mind more times than on a sacrifice fly by Bill F r e e-
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Boozer retires
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Milwaukee from Seattle last year,
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yesterday.
"I have considered retirement
for some time," said Boozer, "and
stepping down after winning a
world's championship has made
the decision a little easier."

The world begins tomorrow! At one-thirty Micigan makes its
triumphal entry onto Don Canham's carpet amidst the flights of
doves and the calls of trumpets.
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