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Saturday, June 2, 1973


rage Eleven

Saturday, June 2, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY F-age Eleven

Major League Leaders
National League Kelly, Chi 31 219 23 39 .328
Player Club G AB R H Pet. Suarez, Tex 27 83 12 27 .325
Watsn, Ros 51 182 36 65 .357 D.Allen, Chi 42 155 29 50 .323
Cash, Pit 33 137 24 48 .350 Braun,, Min 39 133 25 43 .323
Maddox, SF 39 146 16 51 .349 Fisk, Bos 41 149 20 48 .322
Fairly, Mt 36 10714 37 .346 Hart, NY 30 105 12 33 .314
Mathws, SF 44 132 21 45 .341 Sims, Det 26 83 12 26 .313
Lopes, LA 38 132 20 45 .341 Hndrsn, Chi 36 135 21 42 .311
Ronan, PbS 35 116 19 39 .336 Home Runs 1 4
Mota, LA 33 117 15 39 .333 National League: Stargell, Pitt 14;
Grubb, SD 42 142 22 47 .331 Aaron, Atl 13 Evans, Ati. Monday,
Torre, St.L, 36 127 15 41 .323 Chi, Bench, Cin, Wynn, Hou, Ferguson,
American League LA and Bands, SF 11. W alther here
Player Club G AB R H Pct. American League: Mayberry, KC 13;
Blmbrg, NY 32 95 16 38 .40 D. Allen, Chi 11; Meltor, Chi, Duncan, David "Salt" W a l t h e r, the
Krkptk, KC 40 148 29 53 .358 Clev, May, Mil and Murcer, StY 10. driver injured in Monday's false
start at Indy, is transferring to-
day from Indianapolis Methodist
Hospital to the University's Burn
Center. Walther, who is no longer
Jo in U Sin serious condition, has shown
steady improvement. He was
moved for what the hospital call-
ed "family" reasons.
For a Cabaret Jazz Concert
6-9 P.M Gabe in Philly
Louis Sm ith & Friends delphia Eagles and Roman Ga-
bredisgruntled Los Angeles
playing the music of: George Gershwin, Miles Ram signal caller, have come to
Davis, Thelonious Monk, Sonny Rollins, Charlie terms and the Eagles are asking
Parker and others. that the Rams let the former
North Carolina State great go
RAMADA INN Downtown Ann Arbor " fur good deal cash as not yet
-stldupon. Gabriel assured
100 SOUTH FOURTH AVE. Philly coach Mike McCormack
that the sore arm he nursed in
1972 is a thing of the past.

Phily agree
ictors here,


Sports of The Daily



football champs is scheduled for
today mi Ann Arbor.
The highly touted backfield of
Bump Elliot, Howard Yerges,
J a c k Weisenberger and Bob
Chapius will be reunited with 81
other players, coaches and wives.
Elliot, currently athletic direc-
tor at Iowa, and Chapius both
were All-Americans.
The 1948 Wolverine squad com-
piled a 10-l regular season record
went on to defeat Southern Cal,
49-01, in the Rose Bowl and was
named national champions in the
first Associated Press postbowl
game vote.
It was Crisler's last team be-
fore becoming athletic director
at Michigan.
Crisler also will be at the re-

Okker in France
PARIS - Tom Okker, taking
advantage of poor serves by top-
seeded Stan Smith in the final
game, eliminated the American
from the French Open Tennis
Championship yesterday in a
rainjslagued five-set match play-
ed over two days.
Okker, of The Netherlands,
beating the pro star from Pasa-
dena, Calif., for the first time in
five years, advanced to the quar-
ter-finals with the 6-3, 3-6, 7-6,
3-6, 6-4 victory.
In a women's singles match,
also carried over from Thursday
because of rain, Chris Evert of
Fort Lauderdale, Fla., gained the
semifinals by beating Helga
M aisth o ff of West Germany
6-3, 6-3.

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Swimmers in China
HONG KONG-Today a group
of American swimming stars will
cross the once forbidden Chinese
border as the first American re-
sponse to the call by President
Nixon and Premier Chou En-lai
in their Shanghai communique of
February 1972. In doing so, the
ten stars risk suspension because
China is not recognized by the
internal swimming's governing
body. The ten members ware se-
lected because they have either
retired from competition or are
about to do so.
Minnesota in Series
Minnesota got off to a rousing
start in the District Four NCAA
Baseball Playoffs yesterday, eke-
ing by Miami of Ohio, 3-2. The
favorite Southern Illinois smash-
ed Marshall, 5-2. The tournament
is a double elimination tourney,
so the Golden Gophers are in
fine shape.
On tab ...
The Tigers and the Twins in
Minnesota, Channel Two, 2:15.. .
the Yankees and the California
Angels do battle in the Game of
the Week, Channel Four at 2:04
if you're tired of baseball,
there's ABC's "Wide World of
Sports" . . : harness racing at
Wolverine Speedway . . . and
softball at Burns Park.
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