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Will Be on Our Campus
SMuhammad Ali (right), Don1
October 6th and 8th (center) admire the champ's
TKO on Joe Frazier at the en
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. night.
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONACT; ' G7[ d
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--I 2. Wash. State at Illinois
-- - - - - -----3. Indiana at North Carolina St.
DAIL CL SSIFEDS4. Southern Cal at Iowa
DA LY CL ASSIF EDS S.Mich. State at Notre Dame
6. Ohio U. at Minnesota
BRING QUICK RESULTS 7. N'Western at Arizona
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OAKLAND DEFENDS TITLE:
King (left), and Rahman All
victory trophy. Ali scored a
nd of the 14th round Tuesday
By PATRICK RODE
The 1975 American League
playoff series which begins Sat-
urday afternoon between the2
Oakland Athletics and the Bos-
ton Red Sox promises to be at
In their last twelve meetings
during the regular season, the
A's and the Bosox won sixs
games apiece. Both teams won1
four and lost two games at theirt
Three of the five possible1
games are scheduled at Oak-
THE RED SOX finished a sea-t
son-long team effort 4 gamesj
in first place. Rookie Fred Lynn
led the hitters with a .331 bat-
ting average. This gave him the
second highest average in the1
American League. He also drovet
in 105 runs and hit 21 home runs.I
Other strong hitters are des-
ignated hitter Cecil Cooper who
batted .311 and newly arrived
who has hit .300 since coming
from the Angels.
The rest of the lineup is filledl
with sluggers such as Carl Yas-
trzemsk and catcher Carlton
Rick Burleson, the Sox' short-1
stop, is also a consistent hitter.
Playing in all but two games
this year, he could be counted
on to make fantastic infield
playstandhcome through witht
bg hits when needed.
The Boston mound staff is also
a big asset. Pitcher Rogelio Mor-<
et's 14-3 record gave him a1
league leading winning percent-
age of .824. Starters Rick Wise,
Bill Lee, and Reggie Cleveland
1q,1 did a fine job, wnning 19, 17,
and 13 games, respectively.
THE BOSOX will miss rookie
Jim Rice who led the team with
22 homers and batted .309. He
suffered a broken hand Septem-
ber 21, which will keep him out
of any playoff or possible World
One thing Boston lacks is post-
season experience. Only old re-
liables Carl Yastrzemski and
third baseman Rico Petrocelli
remain from the 1967 league-
However, there is a great deal
of experience in Oakland.
Charles Finley's A's return to
the championship series this
year after clinching their fifth
consecutve division title.
THE HITTERS are led by
Amercan League home run co-
champion Reggie Jackson and
the strong .308 bat of Claudell
Washington, a new Oakland out-
fielder. Joe Rudi, Gene Tenace,
Washington, Sal Bando, Jack-
son, and newcomer Billy Wil-
liams all have at least 75 RBI's
Billy Williams is especially
happy about the division title.
After many years of great ball-
playing, but poor team finishes,
for the National League Cubs,
he was traded to Oakland and
is now participating in a playoff
for the first time.
The A's are counting on talent
rather than experience,though.
They have an excellent pitch-
ing staff, headed by Vida Blue
and Ken Holtzman, though they
lack the arm of Catfish Hunt-
er this season. The bullpen, led
Saturday, Oct. 4
Oakland (Holtzman 18-14) at Bos-
ton (Tiant 18-14), 1 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 5
Oakland at Boston, 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Oct. 7
SBoston at Oakland, 8:15 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 8
Boston at Oakland, 8:15 p.m., ifj
Thursday, Oct. 9
Boston at Oakland, 3:30 p.m., if
DARK PLANS to start Holtz- ters to transform long fly balls
man in the opener Saturday. He into home runs.
is 2-1 against Boston this year. Boston's Darrell Johnson cited
Vida Blue, who is 1-1 against Luis Tiant who is 2-0 with Oak-
the Red Sox, is expected to start land as the likely starter Satur-
Sunday. Both of these pitchers I day and will choose between
are lefthanders, and Fenway Wise or Cleveland for the Sun-
Park, where they will pitch, has E day game.
I form ation
by Rollie Fingers, Paul Linblad,
and Jim Todd is especially
By TOM CAMERON
always been dangerous to south-
paws. The high leftfield wall,
which is relatively close to home
plate, quite often enables bat-
8. Ohio State at UCLA
9. Miami (Ohio) at Purdue
10. Kansas at Wisconsin
11. Air Force at Navy
12. Army at Stanford
13. San Jose St. at California
14. Oklahoma at Colorado
15. Princeton at Columbia
16. Florida at LSU
17. Syracuse at Maryland
18. Nebraska at Miami (Fla.)
19. Texas Tech at Oklahoma St.
20. DAILY LIBELS vs. Ameri-
can Samoa A & M
The Crabs, formerly Ubermencsh, and West-Quad's Allen-
Rumsey have emerged as this year's first intramural cham-
pions, leading the independent and Residence Hall divisions in
The Crabs, last year's All-Campus champs, blazed to a 347
team score, edging out both Great Stuff and White Joint to take
the number one spot among the independents.
Allen-Rumsey topped its closest opponents, Adams and El-
liott by twenty strokes, with a score of 353.
Golf is not over yet for the intramural department,
though. It still is going on in the All-Campus and Women's
divisions while the Fraternity, Faculty, and Graduate divi-
sions should turn in their entries tomorrow. The tournament
for these divisions will be held on Oct. 5.
In soccer competition, the undefeated Leaf-Hoppers once
again lead their division. The defending champs, led by goalie
Bill Schuman still have not given up a goal during their two-
For those who like to run, the cross country meet will be
held on Oct. 7 for the Fraternity, Graduate, Independent, Resi-
dence Halls, and All-Campus divisions.
Touch football entries must be turned in by 5:00 today for
the Graduate and Independent divisions, and tomorrow for the
faculty. Residence Hall touch football starts at the end of Octo-
ber with entries not due until Oct. 30.
MENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH INSTITUTE
HARRY E. ALLEN
Director, Program for the Study of Crime and Delinquency
Ohio State University
Thursday, October 2, 1975
SEMINAR: 3:45 p.m., Room 1057, MHRI
TEA: 3:15 P.m., Room 2059, MHRI
SC Needs Students
Salaried position needs responsible, enthusiastic
and honest individual to organize all aspects of
the fall SGC elections.
Assistants to the elections director I
INTERVIEWS for these positions will be held
MONDAY and TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6 and 7.
Need more info? Stop by the SGC offices, 3rd
floor Union to sign up for interview and to
pick up an application.
A CRITICAL APPRAISAL
Thursday, Octber 2nd
sponsored by Ann Arbor Science for the People
3 P.M.-RICHARD KUNNES, Psychiatrist,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
"Political Determinants of Violence,
7:30 P.M.-M. ASHLEY MONTAGU,
Anthropologist, Princeton, N.J.
. . . missing out
on some of the
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Soup & Sandwich 50c
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3
JEAN KING, Attorney:
"Women and The Constitution"
Entries for ice hockey in the
All-Campus division must be into
the intramural office on Oct. 7.
Women's intramurals will be
featuring water polo next, with
entries due on Oct. 8. Water polo
entries in the All-Campus divi-
sion, however, must be in by
For those interested in ra-
quetball, turn in entries for.the
Fraternity Division on Oct. 9
and for the Residence Hall de
vision on Oct. 10. Paddleball
will begain i, the Co-recreation-
al division Oct. 13.
Bowling, a new snort added this
year begins in the Independent
division in October. Entries are
+1e on the seventh.
Beginning Sunday, October 26,
rb- fa-ily Program gets under-
wav for the '75-'76 seasons. The
entire intramural facility will be
available for students' families at
a cost of $10 for the year and
faculty and staff families for $20.
Both are payable Monday through
Friday between 9 a.m. and 5
o.m. at the IM building's main
office at State and Hoover.
A 8/wk $ mo
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