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June 12, 1973 - Image 11

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Tuesday, June 12, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Eleven

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Sports of The Dail
/ Gophers slam
OMAHA - The Minnesota Gophers stayed alive in the Col-
lege World Series by whipping Georgia Southern, 6-2. The Go-
phers were edged by perennial strong Arizona State by a 3-0
count. Dave Winfield and Tom Buttner smacked round-trippers
for the Gophers.
On Ice
Al Arbour, one of only a few men to wear glasses in NHL
action, was named coach of the inept New York Islanders yes-
terday. Arbour, who once held the same position with the St. Louis
r. , 4xBlues, called his appointment "the greatest challenge of my
-life." . Gordie Howe has yet to ink a Houston Aero contract
- And Henri Richard will play two more years with the
r Habs . . .
Avery ties the Knot
Dashing Avery Brundage, 85, will wed a German princess of
the tender age of 37. Brundage yesterday ended world-wide
rumors when he announced his engagement to Mariann PrincesS
Reuss. The former president of the International Olympic Com-
mittee did not indicate the date of the blessed event nor did he
reveal what athletic shoe his bride-to-be favors.
A ..if you are a baseball fan . . and you like good
AP Photo pitching . .. then head over to Tiger Stadium for the battle
of the hefty southpaws . . . when Chicago's Wilbur Wood
Those Wonderful 31 faces Detroit's Mickey Lolich. Wood is the major's leading
gain: that unbelievable lead that Secretariat loped to in Saturday s Belmont Stakes. The winner with a 14-5 record while Lolich is ba'ck in the
i,. of course, out in front, and the mortal horses are in the rear. groove having won his last four outings. Game time is 8
s, - -rs, r ,p.m. but get there early with hopefully good weather and
a good game, the crowd should be large.
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