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f THE MICHIGAN DAELY

Wednesday, November 3, 1976

Page Eight 'THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 3, 1976

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many e
have been cured
of cancer?"
Flip Wilson
National Crusade Chairman

USHERS
NEEDED for Young Vic
performance of
"Oedipus"
and
"Taming ofthe Shrew"
NOV. 5, 6, and 7
Sign up in PTP Office
Michigan League
There are 25
reasons why
you like us

PADRE LEFTY WINS CY YOUNG:

a ndy

Jones

best

in

NL,

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Randy Jones,
the little left - hander who won
22 games for the San Diego
Padres last season, was named
winner of the National League's
Cy Young Award yesterday by
the Baseball Writers Association
of America.
Jones, who narrowly lost last
year's award - emblematic of
pitching supremacy - to Tom
Seaver of the New York Mets,
drew 15 of the 24 first-place

en fist - place votes. Mets team-
mate Jon Matlack and Don Sut-
ton of the Los Angeles Dodgers
received one first-place vote
apiece.1
Jones, a 5-foot-11, 180-pounderj
currently recovering from off-?
season arm surgery, which!
threatens his career, also re-
ceived six second-place votes'
and three third-place votes in
1 the election.
He was the only one mention-I
ed on each ballot collecting 961

Fortunately for Jones, that sim imasama sssWsas uam f
didn't prove necessary. "I was
scared, but the operation went. .
great. It took, a hour and a-
half and it went great. The doc-
tor said the arm is in great
shape for the amount of use
it's had."
Jones, in 40 games, struck out
just 93 hitters but walked only
50 and compiled the -league's
sixth - best earned run aver- "It was a feeling of
age: 2.74.

/1 - ITWS eeig fgreat
PIP B L a d votes in balloting by a com- points. Koosman, a left-hander, "IT WAS A feeling of
an mittee composed of two base- had 691 points with Sutton third elation when I found out," he
OWNball writers from each of the 12 at 25 . said.
1 , Just 31h weeks ago, Jones,
National League cities.
BNGi L u tLEFT - HANDER Steve Carl- underwent the surgery which
THAT EASILY outdistanced ton of the NL East chamnion reportedly will prevent him
U N ION runner-up Jerry Koosman of the Philadelphia Phillies received throwing the slider - one of his
New York Mets, who drew sev- 12 points; Rawly Eastwick, re- most effective pitches.
- --- --- --- --- liever for the World Champion On October 24, his wife pre-
Cincinnati Reds got six points; sented him with Jami Jones,
CENTER FOR JAPANESE STUDIES somthpaw Matlack got five, J.R. themi second daughter.
pRichard of the Houston Astros
presents had two points and Seaver got AND TUESDAY c a m e°the
PROFESSOR JOHN NATHAN one point. phone call which brought to
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Jones sprinted to 16 triumnhs fruialk about seting your goals
and his film documentary in his first 19 decisions but fell high," he said. "When a pitcher
FULL MOON LUNCH sharnlv after the All-Star break
tofns t2-4 osa starts out his pro career and
FULL OON L NCH o fiish at 22-14. Koosman aims for the Cy Young, that's
Images of contemporary Japane.se family life charged at the end to boost his high. And that's what I did in
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4-8 P.M. ecor sao21-10 Stn s .fini-1973.
ROOM 200 LANE HAL. ed with 21 trioe n hs in his first -"The impact hasn't hit yet. I
20-victory season, i felt I had a better - than - av-
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC erage chance after coming close
Jones' faltering second - half , last year. I really wasn't that
performance had been caused

great' elation when
I found out"

--Randy

Jones

Almost everybody knows someone
who has died of cancer. But the fact is
about two million living Americans
have been cured. Not only cured but
leading active, normal lives. Another
fact is millions more could be.
By getting to the doctor in time..'
By availing themselves of the most
effective methods of treatment today.
By advances made through cancer
research. Research which is made pos-
sible with the help of the American
Cancer Society.
However, there's much more to be
done. To help save more people, the
American Cancer Society needs more
money., So, please, give. We want to
wipe out cancer in your lifetime.
American Cancer Society
7HIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLSHER AS A kBUC SERVC

Randy Jones ,

disappointed at losing to SeaV-
er. It was an honor to come
that close. But who's to say
you'll come that close again?"
Especially when arm surgery
threatens your career.
«V n T A PPRIrTATE. it

ence like that," Joneg said.
"The scar tissue is healed and
I have complete extension of
my arm.
"I'll carry that scar for the
rest of my life, but that doesn't
bother me. It could have been

I

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Dr. H ava Lazarus-Yafeh
Assoc. Prof. of Islamic Civilization
Hebrew University
"SOME CONTEMPORARY 'FATWAS'
ILLUSTRATINRG RELIGIOUS
PROBLEMS OF ISLAM IN
MODERN TIMES"
4:00 P.M. ROOM 200 LANE HALL

by tgouble with a nerve in the
biceps tendon of his left arm.
"I COULDN'T MAKE
a muscle," Jones recalled Tues-
day, reflecting on his 6-11 finish..
"The doctor said the nerve
had been fatigued to the point
that it wasn't working. Every-
thing I had worked for for the
last. two years could have gone
up in smoke.
"Ithought my career was
over.'
When the season ended, "It
went into the hospital and real-l
ly got frightenedrwhen they
shaved both my arms." {
THERE WAS A possibility'
that tendons from his right
arm would have to be trans-
planted to his left - a proce-
dtre similar to the one surviv-
ed by the Dodgers' Tommy
John.

Lytle, An

a little more after an experi- a lot worse."
lerson, Wood am
On

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Daily Classifieds
Ge Results

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5

*

By The Associated Press °
CHICAGO - Michigan's top-
ranked Wolverines dominate
Big Ten team statistics, but in
the very importantsdepartment
of total defense, Ohio State is
the leader.
Ohio State has allowed an av-
erage of 263.4 yards a game in
five conference games while
Michigan has allowed an av-
erage of 274.4 yards with Iowa
third at 278.4 yards.
Michiganeleads in2rushing
with an average of 382.8 yards
a game and in total offense
with 472.6 yards. The Wolve-

Dr. Nikit Elisseeff
Directeur de I'Institut d'Archeologie
et d'Histoire, France
"WHAT DID THE CRUSADERS
SEE IN SYRIA?"j
4:00 P.M. MLB-LECTURE ROOM 1
LECTURES SPONSORED BY THE CENTER FOR
NEAR EASTERN & NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES{

NIGHT EDITORS:
KATHY HENNEGHAN
rines also lead in scoring'
with an average} of 40 points
a game.
Michigan State is far away
the leader in passing with Wn
average of 212.8 yards a game.
Wisconsin is second at 172.2
yards.
Michigan leads in rushing de-
fense allowing but 118.8 yards a
game and in scoring defense
having yielded but 44 'points in
five games.
Northwestern is first in pass-
ing defense having allowed but'
64.2 yards a game with Iowa
Tie Top 2
By The Associated Press

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second at 86.8 yards a game.
Rob Lytle of Michigan is
the individual rushing leader,
averaging 146.4 yards a game.
Jeff Logan of Ohio State is
second at 109.0 yards a game
followed by Scott Dierking of
Purdue with 103.0 and Mike
Harkrader of Indiana at 100.2.
Mike Carroll of Wisconsin
leads in passing -and total of-
fense with Ed ;Smith of Michi-
gan State second in both de-
partments. Carroll is averaging
186.4 yards in total offense to
Smith's 161.5.
David Charles of Wisconsin
is the nassing leader with 22 re-
ceptions for 259 yards. Kirk
Gibson of Michigan State is
second with 18 for 314 yards.
Pete Johnson of Ohio State
is the scorine leader with 60
points and Rob Wood of
Mjfio'icr-' le--q in kick scor-
ing with 34 noints on 27 con-
rer io -cn"l three fieid goals.
Tom "Skladany of Ohio State
1i second with 34 points.
Todd Sheets of Northeastern
alds in kicknff returns with a
31.9 average and Tra Matthews
of Wisconsin l ds ip nit re-
t1r".'s with a 10.5 average.
John Anderson of Michigan is
the nwmti-e leader with a 40.0
*ranre fnll'mved byT an Matter
^f Tnwqn at '9 F. Pa"1 Beerv of
0nads in interceptions
wit', fo9r.

"Rosalie Sorrels has about as many
friends, lovers, cults and devotees as a
singer and a woman can have without
being down-right famous . . . joyous,
sad, hard-nosed, tender . . . her songs
are sung in a voice that has been
lived in, a cutting voice that caresses
a song with familiarity but not neces-
sarily gentleness."-Rolling Stone

I

SUN.-Adelphi Records'
Paul Geremia
Paul Geremia is best known for
his excellent renditions of coun-
try blues . . . he is an expert on
the guitar and the best "on the
rack" harp player in the coun-
try. He is also a fine singer-
songwriter whose material has
been heavily influenced by the
flavor of traditional country
blues.

1. MICHIGAN (57)
2. Pittsburgh (5)
3. UCLA
4. Southern California
5. Texas Tech
tie DAILY LIBELS
6. Maryland
7. Georgia
8. Ohio State
9. Nebraska"
10. Florida
11. Notre Dame
12. Arkansas
13. Oklahoma State
14. Colorado
15. Alabama
16. Missouri
17. Oklahoma
18. Texas A&M
19. Houston '
20. Texas

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The Dekers Club is sponsor-
ing the first of its "Blue Line
L'incheons" on Friday, No-
vember 5, at noon at the Crys-
tal House Motel. Washtenaw at
H"ron Parkway.
Snecial guests include Dan
Farrell, Michigan h o c k e y
coach and Herb Brooks, Min-
nesota's head coach.
A public buffet is available
to all attendees, but lunch and
activities will take place in a
private dining area.
The Dekers Club will be
sponsoring these luncheons on
the Friday of each home
series throuehout the season.
The public is invited and no
reservations are necessary.
Women's Intercollegiate bas-
ketball tryouts will be held
during the week of November
1. Practice will be held from
6-8 p.m. Monday thru Friday
at Crisler Arena. For further
information contact\ Coach
Carmel Borders or Women's
Athletic Director Ginny Hunt
Ithrough the athletic depart-
ment.
Men's junior varsity basket-
ball tryouts will be held oMn-
day, November 8 at Crisler
Arena starting at 5:30. Try-
outs are open to all. Please
bring your own equipment.
For further information, con-
tact coach Dan Fife through
the Athletic Departient.
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