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Thursday, September 20, 1973

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

MATCH TONIGHT:
Billie Jean isolated,
while Riggs talks on

Ex-diplomat claims
Allende was killed

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(Continued from Page 1)
GIVEN A CLEAN bill of health
Sunday by her personal physician'
after bouts with a virus and a
sugar imbalance in her blood, the
five-time Wimbledon and three-I
time U. S. champion pronounced
herself feeling "great" on her ar-
rival here Monday-then retreatedj
into a virtual, shell.
Oddsmakers continued to quote
Riggs a strong favorite, with the
betting line ranging from 5-2 to
8-5. The vast majority of tennis
"experts" - sports writers, veter-
an players and others close to the
game - picked Riggs to win, most
of them in three sets.
MAN1Y OBSERVERS
-and^Riggs - speculated that the
usually gregarious King was feel-
ing the pressure of the incredible
buildup surrounding the match,
which has developed into one oft
the most spectacular sports events
ever.$
What is certain to be the largest
crowd ever to watch a tennisI
match-an anticipated 30,000, pay-
ing from $6 to $100 for seats - willI
view the match, along with a na-
tionwide television audience plus
viewers in 40 other countries that
may surpass 25 million.
Few expect the match to go five
sets. If it does, however, most
agree that King's chances would
be enhanced since she is 26 years
younger than Riggs, who won his
first of two U. S. titles and the
Wimbledon championship in 1939
-five years before King was born.

KING'S COACH, Dennis Van Der
Meer, who will be at courtside, ex-!
pressed the opinion of most ex-
perts when he said King can beat
Riggs only by over-powering him.
"She can't out-steady him; she's1
got to go to the net," said Van Der
Meer, who coached Margaret
Court when she was trounced by
Riggs 6-1, in the first "Battle of
the Sexes" last May 13.
Investors

MEXICO CITY (A)-The former
Chilean ambassador to Mexico
said last night that the late Chile-
an President Salvador Allende
did not commit suicide but died
of wounds while fighting against
soldiers attacking the presiden-
tial palace in Santiago.
The former ambassador, Hugo
Vigorena, said that a person who
stayed with Allende "until, the
very end" told of the Marxist
president dying in a fight to the,
finish.
The military junta that over-
threw Allende's government Sept.
11 announced that he had com-
mitted suicide with a subma-
chine gun given him by Cuban
Premier Fidel Castro.
Afterwards Allende's w i d o w
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said in a telephone interview
with a Mexican television sta-
tion that she believed the junta's
version.
But Vigorena, in whose house
Mrs. Allende is now staying, said
she had taken that position "be-
cause she only had heard the
junta's version and had nothing
else to go on." He did not elabo-
rate on Mrs. Allende's current
view.
He maintained that the person
who saw Allende die said he had
"four bullets in the chest, two
in the neck and several in the
head." The suicide story told
only of two shots in the chin.
Vigorena refused to identify his
source "because of security rea-
sons."
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readmitted
to Chile
(Continued from Page 1)
Chile's opposition-dominated Con-
gress.

The Marxist president later re-
fused to pay compensation to the
companies, charging that they had
for years been taking excessive
profits out of the country.
Officials yesterday did not indi-
cate whether the military govern-
ment was planning to pay the com-
pensation.
But the new government has al-
ready indicated it is ready to start
repaying Chile's national debt, on
which Dr. Allende had ceased pay-
mnents pending long and complex
talks with creditor nations to re-
negotiate it.

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