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Saturday, September 6, 1975

THE MICHI(

. .. MEET IN FIN

Ever
By The Associated Press
FOREST HILLS, N.Y.-Chris
Evert beat her doubles partner,
Martina Navratilova of Czecho-
slovakia, 6-4, 6-4, and Evonne
Goolagong of Australia won over
Britain's Virginia Wade, 7-5, 6-11
yesterday to gain the women's4
singles final in the U.S. Open
tennis championships.
In addition to renewing their
personal battle, Evert and
Goolagong go after $25,000 in
prize money.j
The women's final shares to-'
day's center-court stage with
the men's semifinals in which
Chris' on-again, off-again boy-
friend, Connors, remains the
sole defender of America's hon-
or.
Top seed Connors goes against
Sweden's wonder boy, 19-year-
old Bjorn 'Borg, seeded fifth. A
pair of left-handed Latin strong-
men, second-seeded Guillermo
Vilas of Argentina and Manuel
Orantes of Spain, go at it in the
other bracket.
The survivors will play Sun-
day, also for a $25,000 first prize.
Evert got a quick break
against the nervous Navra-
tilova in the first game of the
match and held on to win the
opening set although the
Czech girl had her down 15-40
in the eighth game and had
another break point in the

GAN DAILY Page Nine
VALS TODAY:
1, oolagong advance.
consecutive triumph on a clay has managed to win the blue
The Michigan Daily surface, covering 17 tournament ribbon tests.
victories prior to the Open and Goolagong prevailed in three
25 months of activity. The last sets in their first meeting in
time she and Goolagong met on 1972 in the Wimbledon semifi-
clay - at Amelia Island' this nals, and it was she who
year - Evert won 6-1, 6-1. wrecked Evert's dream in the
However, Goolagong has won semifinals here last year after
their major meetings - at Wim- Evert had won the French, Ital-
bledon in 1972 and this tourna- ian and Wimbledon crowns.
ment last year, both semifinals Since then, the West Side sur-
on grass. face has been converted to a
Evert and Goolagong have I grainy synthetic material sim-
met 20 times since they ilar to clay and given the game
10th. On both occasions, Nav- Navratilova objected to the emerged in the early 1970s as a complete face-lifting. Clay is
ratilova became impatient umpire and asked the lineswo- the women superstars of the 'a game of steadiness and pa-
and hit reckless shots. man to come onto the court to
Navratilova got the first break look at the spot where the ball future. Evert has an over-all tience in contrast to the bam-
in the sixth game of the second hit. The lineswoman obliged but edge of 11-9, and is ahead this bang-bash serve-and-volley tac-
set, catching Evert flat-footed stubbornly refused to change year 3-1, although Goolagong tics effective on grass.
with two drop shots, but she was her call.
immediately rebroken when she The obviously disheartened
missed a backhand volley and Navratilova, who destroyed the

blew an overhead, great Margaret Court in the
Navratilova became upset by quarterfinals,didn't win another
a line call in the eighth game of point.
the second set, with the score She lost that point with a
4-4, and her game deteriorated weak shot into the net, made
thereafter. The particular shot four volleying errors on her own
was a lob by Evert on her. own service and then proceeded to
service which fell what ap- blow four straight as Evert
peared to be an inch beyond the served out the set and match.
back line. "There was nothing I could
The lineswoman called it do about it;" Evert said aft-
good, giving Evert a 40-15 erwards. "It is not my juris-
lead. The crowd, although ob- diction. I don't think it will
viously for Evert, booed and affect our friendship."
whistled at the call. Evert's victory was her 83rd

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AP Photo
EVONNE GOOLAGONG RUNS and reaches to return the ball to Virginia Wade during their
match yesterday. Goolagong and Chris Evert both won yesterday and will play for the U.S.
Open women's championship today.

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Ruggers getting ready
Another season of Michigan Rugby begins September 13 when,
the ruggers travel to Flint to face the Flint Rugby Club. Michi-
gan, defending Rugby Union Champions, will play all home gamest
this year at Wines Field at 11:00 a.m.j
The ruggers' home schedule includes Toledo RFC - j
September 20; Toronto University - October 11; the Indian-
apolis Reds - October 18; Kalamazoo RFC - November 8;
and Ohio State November 22.
Those interested in joining the squad are urged to call Jay
Gore at 665-8245 or show up at practice Tuesdays and Thursdays4
at 9:00 p.m. on Ferry Field's Tartan Turf.
Kicking vets cut
Two of the National Football League's most renowned place-
kickers, Pete Gogolak and Bruce Gossett, were discarded by their
teams yesterday in favor of unproven youngsters.
Gogolak, a Hungarian refugee who introduced the soccer-
style placekick to the pro game, was put on no-recall waiv-
ers by the New York Giants. Gogolak is partially credited
with the merger, in 1966 of the NFL and the old American
Football League when his move from Buffalo to the Giants
precipitated a raiding war between the two leagues.
The move by coach Bill Arnsparger apparently left both the
punting and placekicking duties to George Hunt, with whom the'
33-year-old Gogolak had been competing since training camp
began.
Gossett, the seventh highest scorer in NFL history, was re-,
leased by the San Francisco 49ers after clearing waivers. Gos-1
sett, also 33, lost his job to rookie Steve Mike-Mayer from'
Maryland.
Braves' crowds dwindling
The Atlanta Braves are finding that, unlike in the Motor
City, the fans in Georgia won't turn out to support an inferior
product.
The Braves, who have slipped to fifth place in the National
League's Western Division after a surprisingly strong third-
place showing last summer, drew only 1,062 fans for a game with1
San Diego Thursday night, an all-time Atlanta low. The dismal
turnout broke a record low of 1,119 set the previous night.
The recent fiascos dipped the Braves'. average per-game at-
tendance below the 8,000 mark for the year, as compared to last?
year's 13,000 average.

METS, PHILS GAIN
Expos walk past

Pirates

MONTREAL (P) -Pittsburgh White, to load the bases. Seaver wins
reliever Kent Tekulve's fourth Pepe Mangual then walked to
walk of the 10th inning sent force in the winning run and NEW YORK
home Pete Mackanin with the make Montreal reliever Chuck Kingman's tie-br
winning run as the Montreal Taylor, 2-2, the winner. homer, his 30th
Expos beat the Pirates 4-3 in and Mike Vail
the opener of their Friday tj., The Expos had tied the game helped a strugglii
night doubleheader. F y in the eighth when Barry Foote to a major leagu
Tekulve, 1-2, the fifth Pitts- slammed a 1 e a d o f f double, tory last night
burgh pitcher, walked Mackan- moved to third on Jose Mo- York Mets beat
in, who moved to second on a rale's fly ball and scored en Cardinals 5-2.
wild pitch and third on a Lyttle's sacrifice fly. Kingman bec
groundout. Jim Lyttle was in- Pittsburgh moved out front second Mets pla
tentionally walked and moved 3-2 in the eighth when Bob Rob- to hammer 30 1
to second on a passed ball. Te- ertson walked and Richie Zisk season when he
kulve then issued his second in- followed with his 17th homer of over the left-fiel
tentional walk, this one to Jerry the year to tie the game at 2-2. sixth inning. Th

21 st

(MP) - Dave
eaking two-run
of the season,
's three RBI
rig Tom Seaver
e high 21st vic-
as the New
the St. Louis
ame only the
ayer in history
homers in one
drilled a shot
.d fence in the
e homer scor-
, who had sin-
ped a 2-2 tie.
hitting in his
e game, had
a 2-0 lead in

Bowa's bunt_ single before
coming home with ithe tie-
breaking run on Maddox' sin-
gle to left-center.
The Phillies added three add-
dditional runs on Greg Luzin-
ski's RBI single on a two-run
homer by Mike Schmidt, his
32nd of the year. George Mit-
terwald's homer provided the
Cubs with their final run in the
Sninth.
The Phillies tied the game 2-2
in the seventh inning on a dou-
ble by Schmidt and a single by
pinch-hitter Tommy Hutton.
The Cubs took a 1-0 lead in
the third on Thornton's RBI
double and a 2-0 lead an in-
ning later on Steve Swisher's
RBI double.
A single by Bowa and double
by L i nki anr ha hIia

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Major League Standings

ed Rusty Staub,
gled, and snapp
Rookie Vail,
12th consecutiv
staked Seaver to

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

Boston
Baltimore
New York
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Detroit
Oakland
Kansas City
Texas
Chicago
Minnesota
California

w
82
76
70
64
61
54
West
82
76
68
67
65
64

L
56
63
70
70
79
84
55
61
72
73
71
75

Pct.
.594
.547
.500
.477
.436
.391
.599
.555
.486
.479
.478
.460

GB
- 1
6% l
13
16
22
28
6i
15%
16
16
19

Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
New York
St. Louis
Chicago
Montreal

77
74
73
73
65
61
W~est

60
66
66
66
76
76

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Pct. GB the third, belting his second Uy Luzinsi gave te rePiies
.562 - h o t ea U their first run of the nightcap
.529 4% omrof th year. Del Unser in the sixth.
.525 S singled before Vail's homer and ____esixth.
.525 5 Ialso singled and scored on
.461 14 Vail's single in the seventh.
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Yesterday's ResultsI
Baltimore 5-2, New York 4-1
ietroit 11, Cleveland 2
Milwaukee 4, Boston 2
Chicago 3, Minnesota 2
Today's Games
Detroit (Lemanezyk 2-4) at
Cleveland (Eckersley 10-5), 2 p.m.'
Boston (Moret 11-3) at Milwau-
kee (Travers 5-8), 2:30 p.m. I
Texas (Jenkins 16-14) at Oakland
(Siebert 3-4 or Bosman 8-5), 4:30
p.n.
New York (Dobson 11-14) at Bal-
timore (Cuellar 14-10), 7:30 p.m.
Kansas City (Littell 0-1 and Bird
9-5) at California (Tanana 14-61
and singer 7-13), 2, 8 p.m.
Minnesota (Blyleven 14-6) at Chi-
cago (Osteen 7-13), 9 p.m.

Cincinnati 93 47
Los Angeles 75 66
San Francisco 70 70
San Diego 63 78
Atlanta 61 8o
Houston 54 88
Late games notdincluded
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 4-3, Philadelphia 3-
Montreal 4, Pittsburgh 3, 1st
j innings
Psittsburghat Montreal 2nd,
Los Angeles 5, Atlanta 2
Cincinnati 4, San Francisco
New York 5 St. Louis 2
Houston 2, San Diego 1
Today's Games
St. Louis (Forsch 13-9)
York (Koosman 11-12), 2:1
San Francisco (Halicki!
Cincinnati (Billingham 1
p.M.
Los Angeles (Sutton 16-1
lanta (Easterly 1-8), 7:35p
Chicago (Bonham 11-13)
adelphia (Christenson 9-!
p.m.
Pittsburgh (Candelaria
Montreal (Rogers 10-10), 8
San Diego (Strom 6-5)a
ton (Konieczny 6-12), 8:35

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9:30 a.m. Alpha Omega Class 5 p.m. Student Rec't.
10:45 a.m. Morninq Service 7 p.m. Evening Service
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