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Thursday, May 10, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY-MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Thursday, May 10, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY-MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

WHAT'S A
STEAK&B4 ?

Major League Leaders
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE
Based on 45 at Bats Player Club G AB R H Pe
AMERICAN LEAGUE Mota LA 16 56 8 22 .39
Player Club G A R R H Pct. Maddox SF 21 79 12 31 .39
P. Kelly Chi 14 50 13 23 .460 Fairly Mon 22 57 12 22 .38
Kirkpatrick KC 20 72 19 28 .389 Watson Htn 31 111 22 41 .36
Holt Min 18 58 5 22 .379 Santo Chi 26 93 15 34 .36
Munson NY 25 90 13 32 .356 Sanguillen Pgh 123 101 17 35 .34
W. Horton Det 17 65 11 23 .354 Stargell Pgh 19 76 22 26 .3
Valentine Cal 24 97 11 34 .351 Concepcion Cin 23 89 17 30 .3
Freehan Det 2287 7 30 .345 CardenalChi 28 105 23 35 .33
A. Johnson Tex 22 86 7 29 .337 Sizemore StL 15 54 6 18 .3
M. Alou NY 18171 14 23 .324 Campbell SD 20 60 2 20i.3
Henderson Chi 22 84 13 27 .321 Goodson SF 23 75 8 25 .3
Home Runs Home Runs
Tenace, Oakland, 8; Mayberry, Kan- Stargell, Pittsburgh, 10; H. Aarot
sas City 7; Fisk, Boston, 6; Petrocelli, Atlanta, 8l Wynn, Houston, 8; Bond
Boston, 6; Spikes, Cleveland, 6; Mel- San Francisco, 8; Evans, Atlanta,
ton, Chicago 6; Bando, Oakland, 6. McCovey, San Francisco, 7.
Runs Batted In Runs Batted In
Mayberry, Kansas City, 27; Melton, Watson, Houston, 25; Bonds, Ca
Chicago, 23; Tenace, Oakland, 20; Ce- Francisco, 25; A. Oliver, Pittsburgh, 2
peda, Boston, 18; Kirkpatrick, Kansas Stargell, Pittsburgh, 22; Evans, Atlas
City 17; R. Jackson, Oakland, 17. ta, 21; Ferguson, Los Angeles, 21.
Pitching (4 Decisions) Pitching (4 Decisions)
Coleman, Detroit, 6-1, .857; Singer, Koosman, New York, 4-0, 1.000; Sos
California, 5-1, .833; Splittorff, Kansas San Francisco, 4-0, 1.000; Billinghan
City, 5-1, .833; E. Fisher, Chicago, 4-1, Cincinnati, 5-1, .833; Grimsley, Cincil
.800; Kaat, Minnesota, 4-1, .800; Wood, -nati, 4-1, .800; Reuss, Houston, 4-
Chicago, 7-2, .778; Garber, Kansas City, .800; Wise, St. Louis, 3-1, .750; DaRot
3-1, .750; Pina, Oakland, 3-1, .750; Paul, erts Houston, 3-1, .750; Downing, L
Texas, 3-1, .750. Angeles, 3-1, .750.
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33 NEW YORK ( ) - Boxing and
33 television joined- hands for the
33 first time in almost a decade
yesterday with the announce-
n, ment of a weekly series of na-
s, tionally televised fights f r o m
Madisdn Square Garden's Felt
Forum this summer.
n The Garden and ABC announc-
n- ed a seven-week series of fights
will be telecast from the Felt
Forum on Saturday afternoons
a, from July 7 through Sept. 1 -
the first program of nationally
1, televised fights in nine years.
b- There wil be two gaps in the
Is seven-week series, July 28 and
Aug. 11. The programs a r e
scheduled for 4-5 p.m.9 EDT, with
the exception of the July 14 show
which wil be shown from 3:30-
4:30. p.m.
Roone Arledge, President of
ABC, said at a news conference
that he was not expecting great
ratings "because the fights will
be on Saturdays in the summer
but we hope enough people watch
to warrant a switch to a hetter
time slottand that the prigram
can go on forever."
"Boxing on television has done
well and can do very well," said
Arledge, pointing to the success
of several closed-circuit telecasts
of fights in recent years.
The Garden has been using the
Felt Forum to develop main-
event fights for the main arena,
and it is these fighters who will
be featured on television.
"It doesn't matter what their
names are as long as they can
fight," said Teddy Benner, pres-
ident of Madison Square Garden
Boxing, Inc..
Over exposure and legal prob-
lems growing out of a monopoly
were the main reasons that end-
ed a long-running weekly series
of televised fights in 1964.
MICK JAGGER as

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