Wednesday, June 27, 1973
THE SUMMER DAILY
Wednesday, June 27, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Fifteen
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If you can't beat 'em ...
BOSTON-Billy Martin, whose slump ridden Tigers have
dropped 11 of their last 13 decisions, called American League
President Joe Cronin yesterday to request that John Rice's um-
piring crew be dropped from working games involving the
"Those umpires cost us three games in our weekend series in
New York and two others earlier in Anaheim," he said. Martin
added that if Bill Haller could be prohibited from working Tiger
games while brother Tom caught for the Tigers at the request of
Earl Weaver, then the Tigers could request the absence of the
John Rice crew. Beats getting a right handed pull hitter.
Clyde's debut to be short
ARLINGTON-Texas Ranger Manager Whitey Herzog indi-
cated yesterday that schoolboy phenom David Clyde "won't go
nine innings even if he is pitching a shutout" in his major league
debut tonight against the Minnesota Twins. Herzog is sure that
Clyde will fare well, but if he doesn't he will be given another
chance. Herzog is worried about some things however. "I don't
even know if he can pitch from a stretch because he didn't have
to do that much in high school," Herzog says of a man who
throws no-hitters like they were strikes.
The Satchel Paige Dept.
SAN FRANCISCO-f you think the Tigers have pitching
problems, catch this. The Giants, whose poor pitching took away
from them the first place position their batting had captured,
re-activated pitching coach Don McMahon, 43. MacMahon has a
career won-lost record of 88-86 with an earned run average of
2.99. The Giants have been hurting so badly that Juan Marichal
was called upon to due a relief stint last Sunday. Marichal had
been taken out of rotation earlier this month.
The NL secret
PHILADELPHIA-A report by scientists at the Franklin In-
stitute here says the baseball being used in the National League
this season favors the batter and works against the pitcher.
The Institute- did exhaustive testing of the ball used in 1972,
and the one being thrown this season. The study was made for
the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Until the 1973 season, major league baseballs underwent
final processing at a small Chicopee, Mass., company. This
company was exclusively responsible for glueing the horsehide
cover to the innards and sewing the cover together.
This season, in what is believed to be an economy move,
the balls are being put together by a company on the island of
the Republic of Haiti.
Part-time player gains
NEW YORK-Ron Blomberg of the New York Yankees, the
major leagues' only .401 hitter, has moved into the top six in
balloting for the first base position on the American League
All-Star team, but still has a long way to go to catch the leader,
Blomberg, not listed on the All-Star ballot, has received 31,649
write-in votes to stand sixth among AL first basemen, according
to the weekly figures released yestterday by the Baseball Com-
Allen, of the Chicago White Sox, remains the leader in voting
for the All-Star Game, to be played July 24 in Kansas City.
Allen has received 216,146 votes-the most of any American
Leaguer-for a sizeable lead over John Mayberry of Kansas City,
Leaders at all positions remained the same this week.
Boston catcher Carlton Fisk continued as the top vote-getter
with 201,532, while Kansas City second baseman Cookie Rojas,
Oakland shortstop Bert Campaneris and Baltimore third baseman
Brooks Robinson joined Allen in the infield.
Reggie Jackson of Oakland held a slim lead over Bobby
Murcer of the Yankees among the outfielders, 191,400 votes to
183,321. Amos Otis of Kansas City was third and Frank Robinson
of California fourth,
The Aaron watch
MILWAUKEE-Henry Aaron said Monday he doubts he will
break Babe Ruth's major league career home run record this
"I will have to play too many games, and I'd be hurting not
only myself but I don't think I'd be helping the team," the
Atlanta Braves star told Milwaukee Sentinel sports writer Lou
Chapman in a telephone interview.
U.S. 6, Japan 2
OMAHA, Neb.-Mark Barr pitched and batted the United
States to a 6-2 victory over Japan Monday night in the college
baseball championship series.
The U.S. squad leads the seven-game rivalry 3-0.
Barr, a junior right-hander who pitched Southern California
to the College World Series championship June 13, held the
Japanese to five singles and allowed one earned run.
Barr also homered to open the third inning for the first run
of the game. He connected off Japan's left-hander Nobuo Yano
The Tigers begin a six game home stand. The Mil-
waukee Brewers are the Tiger opponents and Billy Martin
is bringing his avaitor's cap for the event. - . . Wimbeldon
wears on..,. Consult your television guide for the sporting
events in your viewing radius Have a pleasant and
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THANK YOU, MICHIGAN DAILY! If, as you said, our showing of
'the King of Hearts last week was for the 93rd time, we are pleased
to present the 94th, to accommodate the many people turned
away last week. Tomorrow evening, June 28th at 7:30 & 9:30 p.n.
Alan Bates and Genevieve Bujold in Philippe deBroca's
WILD RAFFISH COMEDY! Perfect for exam time blues! A Scottish private is sent
to find a time bomb left in a French town evacuated except for the inmates of an
insane asylum,'who he lets loose and subsequently thinks are the townspeople. Set
during World War I this marvelous anti-military film examines the sanity of insanity
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COMING-July 10, 11, 12-THREE BIG DAYS
"THE CLASSIC COMEDIES": The Marx Brothers in "ROOM SERVICE," W. C.
Fields in "THE FATAL GLASS OF BEER" and Chaplin in "THE VAGABOND."
July 17 Hitchcock's "FRENZY."
ALL SHOWING IN AUDITORIUM A ANGELL HALL $1
Tickets for al of each evening performances on sale outside the auditorium at 6:30 p.m.t
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