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Saturday, June 23, 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Eleven

Saturday, June 23, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Eleven

Major League Leaders
Based on 125 at Bats NATIONAL LEAGUE
AMERICAN LEAGUE Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Player Club G AB R H Pet. Mota LA 41 137 17 47 .343
Blomberg Y 43 1 K27 23 51 .402 Goodson SF 57 209 19 71 .340
W. Horton Det 37 138 19 51 .370 Torre stL 56 195 29 66 .338
Carew Min 60 233 44 77 .330 Maddox sF 56 218 26 72 .330
D. Allen Chi 61 218 38 71 .326WBon hi 49122447 72.324
P. ell Ck 4919533 3 .23Unsrr Phi 49 145 72 47 .324
Kirkpatrick KC 56 203 34 65 .320 HBonda SF 70 284 67 92 .324
Mayberry KC 68 239 47 75 .314 Fairly M n 54 156 25 49 .314
Henderson Chi 36 135 21 42 .311 Crdeno ihti 54 209 33 65 .311
Berry Cal 58 177 24 54 .305Ce onor2Runs
FIsk Bsn 59 223 33 68 .3115 Stargell, Pittsbugh, 21; H. Aaron, At-
Home Runs lanta, 18; Bonds, San Francisco, 18;
Mayberry, Kansas City, 18; Fisk, Bos- Monday, Chicago, 16; Evans, Atlanta,
ton, 15; Hendrick, Cleveland, 15; D. Al- 16.
len, Chicago, 15; Spikes, Cleveland, 14; tRuns Batted In
Bando, Oakland, 14. Bench, Cincinnati, 52; Ferguson, Los
Runs Batted In Angeles, 49; Stargell, Pittsburgh, 47;
Mayberry, Kansas City, 64; K. Jack- ands, San Francisco, 46; B. Williams,
son, Oakland, 56; Melton, Chicago, 46; Chicago, 44.
Murcer, New York, 42; Darwin, Minne- Cardnal, Chicago, 17; Stank, Nrw
solo, 42. York, 15; Simmons, St. Louis, 15; W.
Doubles Davis, Los Angeles, 15; Bonds, San Fran-
D. Allen, Chicago, 18; Scott, Mil- risco, 15.
waukee, 14; Melton, Chicago, 14; A. Triples
Iodriguez, Detroit, 13; Garcia, Mil- Metzger, Iouston, 9; Sanguillen,
waukee, 13; R. Jackson, Oakland, 13. Pittsburgh 7; W. Davis, Los Angeles, 5;
Triples Maddox, San Francisco, 5; Matthews,
Carew, Minnesota,, 7; Coggins, Bal- San Francisco, 5.
timore, 6; Bumbry, Baltimore, 5; Solen Bses
Stolen Hoses Mlorgan, Cncinnati, 30; Cedeno,
North, Oakland, 20; Alomar, Califor Iouston, 2?; Bonds, San Francisco, 22;
nia, 15; ). Nelson, Texas, 15; Harper, Iopes, Los Angeles, 21; Brock, St. Louis,
Boston, 14; Campaneris, Oakland, 14. P18s
Pitcing 6Dcisins)Pitttchig (6 Decisions}
Pitching (6 ecisions) MeAnally, Montreal, 5-1, .833; Parker,
Colkorn, Milwattke, 9-2, .811; Lee, New York, 5-1, .833; Wise, St. Louis, 9-3,
Boston, 8-2, .800; Singer, California, 11- 750; Osteen. Los Angeles, 9-3, .750;
3, .786; Splittorff, Kansas City, 10-3, Brett, Philadelphia, 6-2, .750; Twitchell,
.769; IBunter, Oakland, 9-3, .750; Pina, Philadelphia, 6-2, .750; Bryant, San
Oakland, 5-2, .714; Kaat, Minnesota, 8-4, Francisco, 11-4. .733; Hooton, Chicago,
.667; McDaniel, New York, 4-2, .667. 7-3, .700.
Strikeouts Strikeouts
N. Ryan, California, 155; Singer, Cali- Seaver, New York, 99; Carlton, Phila-
fornia, 114; Blyleven, Minnesota, 112; delphia, 99; Gibson, St. Louis 92; Sut-
G. Perry,tCleveland, 107; Wood, Chicago, ton, Los Angeles, 90:;Forsch,lHouston,
99. 86
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AP Photo
'Bring the thunder down from theskies!'
Former Notre Dame coach Frank Leahy is shown in a 1948 game versus USC which ended in a drama-
tic 14-14 tie. Leahy, ill for several years, died las Thursday at the age of 65.
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Be carefulwith fire.
Remember:there are babes
in the woodls.
And those baby fawns, rabbits, Follow all the rules of safety and
squirrels and trees need a safe, happy caution-just like any other place where
]zote. They need a place where they can there are children at play.
grow up strong and healthy.
Like babes everywhere.
So, please, be careful with fire ovhen
-on re in the forest.

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depletes
By The Associated Press
LONDON-Bookies made Ilie
Nastase of Romania a 1-2 favor-
ite yesterday to win Wimbledon
after 67 of the world's leading
stars walked out of the tourna-
ment which begins Monday.
Bitterness began building up
among the players after the As-
sociation of Tennis Professionals
had confirmed the boycott to
protest the ouster of Nikki Pilic
of Yugoslavia.
Four ATP members - Nas-
tase, Roger Taylor of Britain
and South Africans Bob Maud
and Byron Bertram - defied
the association and told Wim-
bledon officials they would play.
Jack Kramer, executive di-
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tourney
rector of ATP, announced that
all four would have to appear
before a disciplinary committee
of the Association. The commit-
tee is headed by American Stan
Smith, reigning Wimbledon
champion who is a member of
the ATP executiveaboard and is
himselm one of the players boy-
cotting the prestigious grass
court event.
NCAA Tennis
PRINCETON, N. J. - Top-
seeded Alex "Sandy" Mayer of
Stanford overcame a determined
Bob Kreiss of UCLA, 4-6, 7-6, 6-3,
yesterday in the singles semi-
finals of the National Collegiate
Athletic Association tennis tour-
nament at Princeton University.
Mayer, who is the U. S. ama-
teur champion, will face Raul
Ramirez of Soathern California
in today's finals. Ramirez, seed-
ed second, downed Stanford's
Rick Fisher, 6-4, 6-2, in the other
semifinal match.
In doubles semifinals, teams
of Mayer and Steve Delaney of
Stanford and North Carolina's
Richard McKee and Fred Mc-
Nair were tri'mtphant and will
meet in today's final, to be play-
ed after the singles windup.

Effective Through
the Summer Months
7Te
Will Be Open
on Sunday
from 12 noon 'til 9 p.m.

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