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The Michigan Daily-Saturday, July 7, 1979-Page 11

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Former Blue greats honored
uction of 11 members into the practice session brawl involving Boxer ed cident.
Athletic Hall of Honor is Cosmos star Giorgio Chinaglia, four d
for tomorrow, and will finish teammates and Giants Stadium LONDON-Former world light The prosecution told a Magistra
f activities. workers erupted yesterday with two heavyweight boxing champion John Court Conteh's car was careening a
ng Michigan athletic figures maintenance men sent to the hospital. Conteh was fined $1,887 yesterday and mph along fashionable Piccadilly
ducted, along with five to be The battle started when Chinaglia, prohibited from driving for a year after central London at 3 a.m. last Nov
osthumously. the North American Soccer League's pleading guilty to charges of reckless when it swerved to avoid one car.
ing inductees include Fritz leading scorer, booted a ball over the driving and failing to stop after an ac- collided with six others in succession
ormer baseball coach Ray net and into the stands during a
jarlie Fonville, Chuck Kocsis, shooting drill, said Joe McCloskey, a
t star Ron Kramer and for- stadium worker who witnessed the
erine basketball great Rudy fight.
ich. McCloskey said some colleagues Bl e diver so rs in
o be inducted posthumously began to chide Chinaglia as he
ing H. Yost, Willie Heston, retrieved the ball. Chinaglia then began
ermany" Schultz, George cursing at the workers and spit in the
Dehart Hubbard. face of Joe Montannti.
ity golf tourney will begin the When Montannti spit back, the 32-
tarting, at 10 a.m. at the year-old Chinaglia charged into the
golf course. Spectators can stands, McCloskey said. SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Michigan ball, who was recently named Olyn
2.50. Chinaglia was pushed over two rows diver Barbara Weinstein and Janet Ely diving coach for the 1980 games
mes a dinner and the induc- of seats, prompting teammates Antonio Thorburn gave the United States its Moscow. Kimball has develope
pony, beginning with drinks at Carbognani, David Brcic, Mark Liveric third consecutive one-two sweep in the series of international champions,
d followed by the meal at 6:30. and Santiago Formoso to charge to his Pan American Games diving com- cluding gold medal winners Phil Bo
z is $50.00 to all the events defense. petition yesterday. and Micki King.
I for Crisler Arena, while Carbognani allegedly drop-kicked Weinstein, 21, from Cincinnati, was
dmission seats for the induc- Rocco Luciola, who was holding a second after yesterday morning's
iony at 8:30 to be hosted by shovel, down a flight of steps as main- required dives, but she then passed
even's Larry Adderly cost ten tenance men rushed to the scene. A bat- Thorburn, 25, who lives in Dallas, in the
tle ensured as the Cosmos' coaching final four voluntary dives from the plat-
is will go to the Michigan staff yelled for the team to get into the form.
holarship program. dressing room. WEINSTEIN won the gold with 402.21
part in the golf tournament McCloskey said Luciola lay points to 400.86 for Thorburn. The bron-
lichigan State Coach Jud motionless for 20 minutes until an am- ze medal went to Linda Cuthbert of
e, Wolverine hoop coach bulance arrived to take him and Mon- Canada with 386.46, followed by
Orr, Michigan announcer- tannti to Riverside Hospital in Canadian Elizabeth Mackay, 365.55,
er Bob Ufer and a group of Secaucus for back X-rays. and Regina Lowry of Cuba, 346.80.
d professional hockey per- The Cosmos, on the way to New The Ohio native competes during the
England for today's game, were school year for Michigan's women's
-Daily Sports. unavailable for comment. swimming team, and last season placed
None of the players were reported in- second in the one meter dive and fourth
llia brawls jured. in the three-meter event in the AIAW
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Veteran Devlin leads Western F ROEOE
BROOK, Ill. (AP) - Larry Tom Watson was grouped at 143 with if I can avoid major mistakes, and that P I N BA LL
shot a 69 and 41-year-old three struggling pros, Pearce, both can be hard to do on this course," said
an Bruce Devlin had a 71 to with 70s, and Dan Pohl with a 72. the winner of four tournaments thisf r
e second-round lead yesterday Watson, the tour's leading money- year.r h
300,000 Western Open at four- winner this year with $377,674, had a 73.
ar 140. He posted a 34 on the opening nine, then Defending champion Andy Bean fired REST O F
n, fifth-leading money-winner collected four bogeys on the back nine his second 73 to join Mark Hayes, Bill F
son, missed only one green and in a collapsing 39. Rogers and Bruce Lietzke among those O UR IF E
bogeys in shooting 35-34. "I feel I'm still in good position to win bracketed at 146. - -
matured as a tourney player
got more confidence this year.
can win any tourney I enter, or
or in it," he said.
who has been paving more at- Skylab falls on

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tention to his business enterprises than
tournament golf the last six years, has
not won since 1972. In 36 holes he has
three-putted only once, and that came
yesterday on the short 11th.
Bob Clampett, the 19-year-old
amateur who shared the lead after the
opening round, stayed on the heels of
the leaders with a 72-141. He rallied for
a 33 after suffering a series of bogeys
and a double-bogey for 39 on the first
nine.
In perfect playing weather at the
Butler National course, and with the
pins tucked into more difficult positions
than in the opening round, Ben Cren-
shaw and tour rookie Mick Soli also
managed 69s to move into contention.
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