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WensaJuly 18, 1973

THE SUMAMER DAILY

Page Eleven

Wednesday, July 18, 1973 THE SUMMER DAiLY Page Eleven

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Entertainment Schedule
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18
12:00 George Pederson, local singer'and song writer
Old rock and roll, country./western
1:00 The Ark String Band
Mandolin, banjo fiddle, guitar
2:00 Amanda Bailey, accompanied by Mike Smith, country
& western
3:30 Junior Theater: excerpts from THURBER CARNIVAL
5:00 Junior Light Opera: musical excerpts from FLAHOOLEY
6:00 U-Players: musical review including ROAR OF THE
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7:00 Summer Band directed by Jack Morris
8:00 AA Civic Theater: musical review, M.C. Don Stewart,
excerpts from THE A P P L E TREE, John Reid, Lynn
Wieneke, Bruce Kent. Also, Jess Wright from MOST
HAPPY FELLA and Sunny La Fave accompanied by Eric
Stern on tape.
9:00 Mid Eastern Ethnic Dancers & Mime Fantasy & Magic
with Michael Filisky
Presented by U-M Artists and Craftsemen Guild and the Ann
Arbor Council for Performing Arts

Jewish games end,
lL All-Stars selected

By The Associated Press
TEL AVIV-Israel finished the
Maccahiab Games in a hurst of
glory,defeating the United States
86-80 and winning the gold medal
in basketball last night.
Tal Brody, former star for the
University of Illinois, and Barry
Leibowitz, formerly of Long
Island University, scored six
points, giving the Israelis an
eight-point lead with two minutes
to play. They thwarted an
American rally that had reduced
a 66-57 deficit to 76-74 with five
minutes left.
Despite the defeat, the United
States won the most gold medals
at the Games, 76 to Israel's 60.
However, the Israelis edged the
Americans in total medals 163-
162. The official count did not in-
clue the delayed results in lawn
bowling.
Both basketball teams went
into the championship game un-
beaten and it appeared the
Americans would win when they
opened a 10-point lead with three
minutes to play in the first half.
The Israelis wiped out the defi-
cit, scoring on long shots for a
44-43 halftime edge.
Ernest Grunfeld of Forest Hills,
N.Y., a former Michigan recruit,.
with a game total of 27 points,
led the American second-half
rally that was cut short by Brody
and Leibowitz. The Israelis capi-
talized on three crucial turn-
overs by the Americans in the
last two minutes.
Aaron Grandinson of Laurel-
ton, N.Y., played five minutes

SSports of The Daily

for the Americans in the second
half and became the first black
to break the color barrier at the
Games. He is the son of a rabbi.
Paul Cohen of Bull, Mass., and
Lawrence Wean of Ardmore,
Pa., each scored 14 points for
the Americans. Bob Fleischer of
Youngstown, Ohio, added 13.
Earlier, Barbara Weinstein, a
15-year-old diver from Cincin-
nati, upset favored Debby Lip-
man of Long Beach, Calif., in
t h e three - meter springboard.
Miss Lipman, however, took top
honors in the 10-meter platform
event and U.S. wrestlers won
gold medals in nine of 10 weight
classes.
Da ily All-Stars
The National League starting
lineup for the 1973 All-Star Game
was announced yesterday and
there were no surprises. The
team will be Aaron, Morgan,
Speier, Santo, Bench, Williams,
Rose, and Cedeno.
However, the Daily Sports
Staff, forever striving for truth
and justice in life, conducted a
random, independent poll and
came up with somewhat different
results.
According to those polled the

starting lineups would be as fol-
lows:
American League
1B Jdhn Mayberry, KC
2B Rod Carew, Minn
3B Bill Melton, Chi
SS Bert Campaneris, Oak
C Carlton Fisk, Bos
OF Bobby Murcer, NY
OF Reggie Jackson, Oak
OF Willie Horton, Det
DH Orlando Cepeda, Bos
National League
1B Henry Aaron, Atl
2B Dave Johnson, Atl
Joe Morgan, Cinn (tie)
3B Ron Santo, Chi
Darrell Evans, AtI (tie)
S Chris Speier, SF
C Johnny Bench, Cinn
OF Bobby Bonds, SF
OF Cesar Cedeno, Hou
OF Willie Stargell, Pitt
The annual classic will be play-
ed next Tuesday night in Kansas
City.
Odds and ends
Twelve-year-old Vicki Kimball,
daughter of M i c hi g a n diving
coach Dick Kimball will be one of
12 representatives selected by the
AAU to compete in the first
United States Invitational Inter-
national Age Group Diving Meet
to be held in Decateur, Ala., July
22-26 . . . and the newest mem-
ber of the New York sports fra-
ternity is a pro tennis team.
The projected franchise for the
World Team Tennis League will
follow in the Big Apple tradi-
tion of rhyming names, as it will
be known as the New York SETS.
In four years as Michigan's head
football coach, Bo Schembechler
has compiled a 27-3 record in Big
Ten games, best in the confer-
ence. His overall record at Michi-
gan is 38-6, an .864 mark.
Michigan's first two athletic di-
rectors (before Fielding H. Yost,
even) were Charles Baird (1898-
1908) and Philip G. Bartol (1909-
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