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Sunday, September 7, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press the man to challenge Connors
FOREST HILLS, N.Y.-"You - ...for the title here. The Argen-
do it, and I do it, too." Jimmy " :Utine, from Mar Del Plata,I
Connors said it was a silent scored service break in the first
message he passed on to Chris ! game, held to take the first set
Evert with his eyes and a ges-" 6-4, and ran out the second setj
ture before taking the center ;7 jU rF isin 25 minutes.
court Saturday in the U.S. Open
Tennis Championships. NIGHT EDITOR: Then he lept to a 2-0 lead in
Chris responded with a confi- JOHN CHAVEZ the third and spectators began
dent smile and a wave of the packing up their belonging to
hand. Then both went out and go home.
fulfilled the mission. 45-minute marathon 4-6, 1-6, 6-2, Then Vilas who had won
7-5, 6-4. six straight games, himself
So, the 20-yar-old Miss Hardy segments of the original became the victim of a six-
Evert of Fort Lauderdale, I l m - iInon_.gme sweep by frantes tak-
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Fla., is the new queen of the
world of tennis and she willj
be in the stands Sunday cheer-
ing the man she hopes willt
prove to be king.
It's the sequel to Wimbledon's
sweetheart story of 1974, which'
left romanticists in a state of
suspension.
The perfectly poised Miss Ev-
ert, unflappable under throat-
clogging pressure, came from a
set down for a 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 vic-
tory over talented Evonne Gool-
agong of. Australia to win the
American championship that
has evaded her for five years.-

*-: Connors, the feisty court
brawler from Belleville, Ill.,
looked down the barrel of one
. ... of tennis' newest whiz kids
and scored a 7-5, 7-5, 6-5 semi-
final triumph over 19-year-old
Bjorn Borg of Sweden.
This sent him into Sunday's
title match against Manuel Or-
antes, a 26-year-old journeyman
AP Photo pro from Barcelona, Spain who
THE "LOVEBIRD DOUBLE" in double exposure as both triumph at the U.S. Open Satur- rolled off a minor miracle in
day. Chris Evert took the Women's championship over Evonne Goolagong, while Jimmy beating Guillermo Vilas of Ar-
Conners advanced to the Men's final by defeating Bjorn Borg. gentina in a bizarre three-hour,
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se out crowa -- a oui , -
stayed until after 10 p.m., EDT,
to watch one of the greatest
comebacks in the sport's his-
tory. Twice left for dead, Or-
antes picked himself out of the
coffin, fought off five match
points and thrilled the crowd
with a spectacular finish.
Chris collected $25,000 for1
her victory. A check of simi-
lar size is awaiting the men's
champion.
Most of the sellout crowd of
15,720 jammed into West Side's;
famous horseshoe wouldn't have
given a plugged nickel for Chris'
chances when Miss Gollagong,
playing superbly, won the first
set and went into the second,
putting Miss Evert on the de-;
fensive with her slashing of-!
fensive tactics.
But Chris - unshaken, a ver-
itable automaton chasing down!
every ball and whittling away at
Evonne's drive with patience
and consistency - stormed back
to win the second set and then,
after a shaky start in the third,
sweep the third with five games
in a row.
The bizarre finale between
the two hard-hitting Latin
left-handers climaxed a day
that began under threatening
skies, was punctuated by
thunder and lightning and end-
ed under the lights at close
to 10:30 p.m., EDT.
It started out as a routine
victory for the second-seeded.
Vilas who beat John Newcombe
and Ilie Nastase on grass last
year to win the Grand Pri
Masters and who was picked asI

lilll avY4 F VJ' i~lil\., ."
ing the third set and prolong-
ing the match.
Vilas tookscontrol againhin
the fourth set, as if hie had
merely been the victim of a
short siesta. He won five games
in a row and was standing on
the verge of victory. Again
Orantes came back--one game,
two games, three games, final-
ly seven.
The match was tied at two
sets apiece.
By this time, Vilas was al-
most glassy eyed. He didn't
know what had hit him.
Orantes, now feeling victory
at his fingertips, achieved a
service break in the third
game and moved ahead 4-2.
But Vilas came back to tie it
at 4-4.
Orantes, however, was not to
be denied. He broke Vilas in
the ninth game with the loss of
only one point, lifting a lob
over the Argentine's head for
the clinching point, then won
his two service at love, serving
an ace on the third points. He
forced Vilas to hit into the net
for the final point and the crowd
poured out ontohthe courtand
flocked around the hero from
Barcelona.
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By AL HRAPSKY mage before the season opener THERE WERE, however, a i
Kirk Lewis, a senior guard,'with Wisconsin yesterday and few bright spots for the Wolver-
suffered a broken arm in the was lost for the season. ines who have been plagued byt
Wolverines' final major scrim- Listed in satisfactory condi- injuries and inclement weather I
tion at the University Hospital, this fall.
.............. Lewis will undergo surgery this Leach, splitting time with El- t
afternoon after breaking his zinga, engineered a touchdown f
Ma jor League arm in two places in the sec- drive whichawas capped by t
ond period of the Blue-White freshman Harlan Huckleby'sC
Standinos scrimmage. one yard plunge and also threws
a 32 yard scoring strike to wing-
NATIONAL LEAGUE THE INJURY o c c u r r e d back Jim Smith. Leach was 6
East scarcely 24 hours after the pre- for 13 through the airways for:
season all-Big Ten guard was 106 yards.
Pitsburgw L Pet. GB elected co-captain by his team- Elzinga led the second scor-,
St.Louis79 60 568 -%1mates along with Wolfman Don ing drive for the White squad
Philadelphia 74 67 .526 6 Dufek. and junior Rob Lytle dove over
New York 73 67 .523 6% Hfead coach Bo Schembechler from the one yard line in the
Chicago 66 76 .464 14reScn eid
Montreal 61 78 .449 18 said, "Losing Lewis is a tre- second period.
mendous blow and we are en-
west taring game week behind where LYTLE, WHO was switched
Cincinnati 94 47 .6e7 -- we should be," after his first to fullback this fall, played'
Los Angeles 75 67 .529 19% team handed the Blue team a withbtheflu which sidelined
San Francisco 70 71 .496 24 28-0 loss middle guard Tim Davis. Start-
San Diego 64 78 .450 30% ing tailback Gordon Bell had
Atlanta 62 80 .436 32% Junior quarterback John Ced- a slight muscle pull and didn't
Houston 54 89 .377 41 dia, Who backs up Mark Elzinga play so Schembechler alter-
Yesterday's Games and freshman Ricky Leach sep- nated Lytle at fullback and tail-
Pitth.,vh 19Mnnt,.~1arated his right shoulder early back.
Pittsburgh 12. Montreal..5.,-hs_.. . . .

tions."
"But this scrimmage was a
typical scrimmage and it's very
hard to evaluate."
Huckleby led the scoring withI
two touchdowns; his second a
four yard run in the third quar-
ber. Sophomore fullbackScott
orbin collected 40 yards on
seven carries for game honors.

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Chicago 7, Philadelphia 6
Atlanta 3, Los Angeles 2
St. Louis 6, New York 3
San Diego 2, Houston 1
Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 2
Today's Gam~es
Chicago (Burris 12-10) at Phila-
delphia (Twitchell 5-9), 1:35 p.m.
St. Louis (McGlothen 13-11) at
New York (Matlack 16-9). 2:05 p.m.
Los Angeles (Messersmith 15-14)
at Atlanta (Morton 16-15), 2:15 p.m.
San Francisco (Falcone 11-9) at
Cincinnati (Guliett 12-3), 2:15 p.m.
Pittsburgh (Blair 8-14), 2:15 p.m.
San Diego (Spinlner 5-12) at Hous-
ton (Roberts 7-14), 3:05 p.m.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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in the game and may also be,
lost for the season. Defensive
tackle Jeff Perlinger sprained
an ankle in warmups and his
status for next week's opener:
is uncertain.

A distraught Schembechler
said, "Injuries have played a
big part in early fall practice
and has held us back along
with the bad weather condi-

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Auditions Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 1:00 p.m.
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Yesterday's Games
Kansas City 4, California 3
Baltimore 7, New York 6
Boston 20, Milwaukee 6
Cleveland 4, Detroit 2
Oakland 2, Texas 1
Chicago 5, Minnesota 2
Today's Gammes
Detroit (Coleman 9-16 and La-
Grow 7-13) at Cleveland (Bibby 5-
14 and Peterson 11-7) 2, 1 p.m.
New York (hunter 19-13) at
Baltimore (Palmer 20-9), 2 p.m.
Boston (Cleveland 10-9 and Pole
2-4) at Milwaukee (Cdlborn 10-9 and
Slaton 11-17), 2, 2 p.m.
Minnesota (Hughes 13-12) at Chi-
cago (Kaat 19-11), 2:15 p.m.
Kansas City (Fitzmorris 14-10)
at California (Hassler 3-12), 4 p.m.
Texas (Hargan 8-9 and wright 4-
5) at Oakland (Rosman 8-5 and
Todd 5-3 or Bahnsen 9-12) 2, 4:30
p.m.
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