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Friday, September 5, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Borg
1
in US
FOREST HILLS, N.Y. 4A'?
Bjorn Borg outlasted Ed
Dibbs of Miami Beach in a
hour 55 minute marathon 6
7-6, 4-6, 7-6 yesterday for
men's semifinals spot in t
U.S. Open Tennis Champi
ships.
The 24-year-old Dibbs finish
the match despite leg cram
that s t r u c k him midw
through the fourth set.
Even after the crampsl
him, he mustered enoughe
ergy to win three games in
row after trailing 2-5 a
forced the fourth set into a r.:
break. He lost the tiebreak 7
In the second set, he ha
three set points before losin
the tiebreak 10-8. t
Manuel Orantes of Spain pi
fited from a questionable li
call that took the comeba

outlasts Dibbs
5 Open tennis
- steam out of trigger-tempered on with Orantes trailing 0-30.
die Ilie Nastase and advanced with Then Orantes rebelled. While
2 a 6-2, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3 victory over Nastase stood on his baseline
-4, the Romanian. To most of the counting the strings on his
a 15,627 spectators in the West racket, the Spaniard protested
he Side Stadium, a majority no vigorously. Ultimately, referee
on- lover of the bad boy from Buda- Mike Blanchard, who has the
pest, Nastase seemed to have final say, was summoned to the
ed been robbed blind. center court and Blancnard,
ps Trailing 3-5 in the fourth set after conferring with the lines-
ay after staging a comeback, Nas- man, ruled in the linesman's
tase won the first point on favor, making the score 15-15.
hit Orantes' service and whipped Obviously ,unhappy, but 'lot
en- a shot down the sideline which persuing his objection, Nastase
a apparently made the score 0-30 only went through the motions
nd -two points away from a re- of playing the final points and;
ie- break. the match was over in 75 sec r
-1. The line s m a n, however, onds.
d ruled the ball out as the The ironic part of this in
g crowd whistled its disappro- ciden a t it was ina
val. Nastase took his case to match as t ates n h
ro-j the umpire's chair. The um- match against Orantes in the
ne pire reversed the linesman final of the Canadian Open in
ne ir rveredth liesan Toronto two weeks ago that a z
ck and ordered the match to go Tk
similar quesionable line call
was made against NistAse'
And the notorioniulv stormy
Romanian reacted by nlay41g
Ickadaisical tennis the rest
of the way, losing the match.
Intent Jimmy Connors. de-
fending champion and No. 1
seed, fulfilled his mission like
a destruction unit, erasing cur-
lv-haired Andrew Pattison of
Rhodesia 6-2, 6-1, 6-2. Jimmy,
blowing on his hands and at-
:} tacking every ball as if it were
a nagging pest, was merciless.
In tomorrow's semifias it
will be Connors against the
fifth-seeded Borg and Vilas,
No. 2, against Orantes, No. 3, ,
in a matchup of lefhanded ;
Latin powerhouses.

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AP Photo
SWEDEN'S BJORN BORG hits a rare one-handed backhand yesterday in the process of
defeating Eddie Dibbs of Miami Beach in four sets at the U.S. Open tennis championships
at Forest Hills. The blond bombshell advances to the semi-finals along with Manuel Oran-
tes, Jimmy Conners, and Guillermo Vilas.

BOSTON BOPS BALTIMORE, 3I
Yank's Munson slugs-

Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
THREE HAGGARD, EXHAUSTED Michigan students are
perfect examples of that terrible ordeal-waiting for foot-
ball tickets. The three will probably have to undergo ex-
tensive medical treatment at the VA Hospital after their
ordeal is over.
50 yardline tickets
cost 212 long hours

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Thurman Munson .<.. ..
continued his assault on Detroit AV
pitching with a pair of singles
to drive in three runs, and RudyS
May fired a five-hitter last nightae Y n w
as the New York Yankees whip- U.
ped the Detroit Tigers 8-1. NIGHT EDITORS
Munson, who drove in four W NIGHTEDIT R
runs Wednesday to help Catfish WILSON & GLAZER
Hunter beat Detroit 8-0, singled naie::::::.....:.:.:..
in a run in the third inning and brated his 24th birthday yester-
added a two-run single in the day by driving in three runs
five-run fifth off starter Ray dayhby driin ndthron
Bare,8-10.with a doal; and a pair of
Bare, 81 nsixth singles to lead the surging Kan-
May, trying for thesit sas City Royals to a 7-0 victory
time to post his 12th victory, over the Chicago White Sox be-
raised his record to 12-10 and hind Paul Splittorff'sseven-hit-
snapped his four-game losing ter.
string. The triumph was the fourth
A triple by Bobby Bonds and straight for the second place
a sacrifice fly by Sandy Alomar raightsfor he seond place
I _ _ Royals and boasted them within I

to third on an errant pickoff
attempt by Kirby.
* * *
(;hits jolly

Tigers,
favor of Danny Frisella.
The move backfired. Pinch-
hitter MikeLum drew a walk,
then Goodson, also a pinch-hit-
ter, laced a single to center to
tie the ame . erez followed

HOUSTON-John Montefusco with a sing
notched his third straight vic- Lum with t
tory with ninth-inning relief -
heln and Steve Ontiveros and h1AJ
Bobby Murcer each knocked in HAl1
a run last night as the San TC
Francisco Giants nudged the
Houston Astros 2-1.
Montefusco, 13-7, struck out!D
eight Astros, giving him a totalB
of 46 in the last four games, in B
winning a tight duel from vet- Arbor
eran Larry Dierker. He needed E.E Ui
last-out relief help from Randy Maple V
Moffitt after giving up a run-,;_
scoring single to Ken Boswell
and loading the bases with two
out.I

le to left driving in
he winning run
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By ED LANGE crowd expected to arrive the gave the Yankees a run in the
One quick glance at the field limit was lowered to one for first. They added another in the1
adjoining Fisher Stadium and four to avoid confusion and ill second on a walk to Graig Net-
Yost Ice Arena would be will. The number one group is ties and a triple by Rick Bladt.
enough to convince the ordinary in charge of establishing the * * *
passer-by that he had accident- quota. Red Sox surgeo
ly stumbled upon a KOA camp-! THE PEOPLE picking up the
ground nestled among Canham's rear of the line were optimistic BALTIMORE-Dick Pole and
Complex. about their long ordeal as one Dick Drago combined to hurl a
Actually, the tents that dot tail-ender remarked "We're at five hit, 3-1 victory over Balti-
*the area are only a reminder least going to get better seats more last night, giving the first-
that the fall fiasco has begun, than we would have if we didn't Place Boston Red Sox an eight-
Michigan season football pack- wait." game bulge over the runnerup
ets for students went on sale MOot of the campers are sen- r i oI e s in the American
at Yost this morning. iors, with a smattering of jun- Leagues Eastern Division.
NONE OF the inhabitants are iors mixed in. Senior priority Baltimore mounted a threat
fazed by the idea of the gruel- tickets go on sale today at 8:30 in the eighth when Bob Grich
ing wait, rather, these brave a.m., junior on Monday, sopho- opened with a walk and
troopers seem to thrive on ad- more Tuesday andafreshpeople moved to second on a single
versity. A few beers in their on Wednesday. by Ken Singleton.
collective stomachs seem to Is it all worth it? Perhaps But Drago, who recorded his;
give even the less enthused the Delta Upsilon put it best as tenth save, fanned May, retired
will to go on. member Steve Craig said, Jim Northrup on a liner to left
The number one spot this "When we're on the 45-yard and Don Baylor on a fly to
year belongs to a conglomera- line half-way up against Ohio right.I
tion of the fraternity Delta State then it will be worth it."'
Upsilon and the sorority Alpha "Yeah" interjected a brother,
Delta Pi. To get the top spot, "'rovided they've got a decent Rovals blank Sox
they arrived on the scene a team." CHICAGO-Frank White cele-
d d .i. ,.,,- HICAGOFrank hitet ne-

six games of idle Oakland in
the American League West.

* * *

Braves
A TT. A

Cincy stopped singles byL
CINCINNATI - Doug Rau gav te
pitched a four-hitter and Willie victoryo
Crawford ripped a two-run ho- Padres la
mer, carrying the Los Angeles A crov
Dodgers to a 3-2 victory overt major m
the Cincinnati Reds last night. test' at
The loss stalled the Reds' turned
drive for the National League night's g

squeak by
N T A - Run-scoring
Ed Goodson and Mar-!
in the ninth inning
Atlanta Braves a 2-1
over the San Diego
st night.
vd of 1,062ewatched
te, lowest ever for a
eague baseball con-
Atlanta. Only 1,130
out for Wednesday
ame between the two

Westpenant keeingther !clubs.
est pennant, keeping their Atlanta, held to just one hit
magic" clinching number at over the first seven innings by
five. San Diego starter Rich Folkers,r
Crawford's homer keyed a came up with two hits in the
three-run first inning off loser eighth. Then, when Rod Gil-
breath led off the ninth with a
Clay Kirby, 9-5. Dave Lopes single and was sacrificed to;
opened with a single and moved second, Folkers was lifted in
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to be precise.
At 12:30 p.m. yesterday there
were 61 groups registered with
a horde expected to engulf the
area at night.
TRADITIONALLY, the num-
ber one group is supposed to.
take charge of the roll list. This
is required to avoid confusion
in the ranks as to who is ahead
of who.
Delta Upsilon has been plan-
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with Guy Belleau and Juergen
Renger the appointed chair-t
men. "We'd been planning for
a couple months," commented'
Renger. "We decided we want-
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and we're going to get tickets
on the fifty."
The 61 groups registered as of
yesterday represented "around
1800 tickets," according to Ren-I
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Major League Standings

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
iv L Pet.
Pittsburgh 77 59 .566
Philadelphia 73 65 .529
St. Louis 73 65 .529
New York 72 66 .522
Chicago 64 75 .460:
Montreal 60 76 .441
W~est
Cincinnati 92 47 .662
Los Angeles 74 66 .529
San Francisco 70 69 .504
San Diego 63 77 .450;
Atlanta 61 79 .436;
Houston 53 88 .376
Yesterday's Results
Atlanta 2, San Diego 1
Los Angeles 3, Cincinnati'2
San Francisco 2, Houston i

West
Oakland 82 55 .599 -
GB KansasdCity 77 61 .555 5Y
- Texas 68 71 .489 15
5 Minnesota 65 70 .48 16 1
5 Chicago 66 74 .475 1711
16 California 63 75 .457 19%
141z iYesterday's Results
17 Kansas City 7, Chicago 0
- Boston 3, Baltimore 1
- INew York 8, Detroit 1
182 Cleveland 10, Milwaukee 5
29 texas at California, Inc.
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