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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Major League Leaders

Basedon 135 at bats
Monday's games not included
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R 1' Pet.
Carew Min 51 200 33 79 .395
R.Jackson Oak 49 176 35 68 .386
Oliva Mtn 44 162 12 53 .327
Blomberg NY 43 136 22 44 .324
B.Robinson Bal 53 197 15 63 .320
Rudi Oak 54 212 26 67 .316
P. Kelly Chi 40 159 24 50 .314
Randle Tex 49 145 23 45 .310
Burroughs Tex 55 220 32 68 .308
Piniella NY 48 178 23 55 .309
Home Buns
R. Jackson, Oakland, 15; W. Hor-
ton, Detroit, 14; D. Allen, Chicago,
13; Briggs, Milwaukee, 12; G. Net-
tlIes, New York, 12; Mayberry, Kan-
sas City, 12; Burroughs, Texas, 12,
Runs Batted In
Burroughs, Texas, 53; R. Jackson,
Oakland, 42; D. Allen, Chicago, 41;
Rudi, Oakland, 41; Mayberry, Kan-
sas City, 40.
Pitching 6 Decisions
G. Perry, Cleveland, 10-1, .909; Ed
Rodriguez, Milwaukee, 5-1, .833;
Fitzmorris, Kansas City, 5-2, .714;
Fingers, Oakland, 3-2, .714; Cuellar,
Baltimore, 7-3, .700; B. Reynolds,
Baltimore, 4-2, .667; J. Brown, Tex-
as, 4-2, .667; 2 Tied with .636.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Garr Atl 57 246 34 94 .382
R.Smith StL 53 200 35 75 .375
Gross Htn 53 178 30 58 .341
Garvey LA 57 235 41 77 .328
Maddox SF 57 232 36 76 .328
Reitz Stt. 53 202 15 66 .327
Buckner LA 50 199 28 65 .327
D. Cash Phi 56 231 39 75 .325
Morgan Cin 54 195 37 63 .323
Zisk Pgh 47 156 23 50 .321
lome Runs
Wynn, Los Angeles, 16; Srhmidt,
Philadelphia, 14; Bench, Cincinnati,
12; Garvey, Los Angeles, 12; R.
smith, st. Loais, 11; T. Perez, Cin-
cinnati, 11; Cedeno, Houston, 11.
Runs Batted In
Garvey, Los Angeles, 51; Wynn,
Los Angeles, 51; R. Smith, St. Louis,
50; Cey, Los Angeles, 45; Cedeno,
Houston, 42.
Pitching 6 Decisions
John, Los Angeles, 9-1, .900;
Hough, Los Angeles, 6-1, .857; Mee-
sersmith, Los Angeles, 6-1, .857;
Rau, Los Angeles, 5-1, .833; Sosa,
San Francisco, 5-1, .833; Griffin,
Houston, 7-2, .778; Capra, Atlanta,
5-2, .714; 2 Tied with .700

AP Photo
TEXAS' DAVID REEVES slides home safely in the fourth inning of the Longhorns' 12-2 NCAA
College Baseball World Series game at Omaha, yesterday. The loss eliminated Seton Hall, which
lost to Southern Illinois, S-1, earlier, from the eight team double elimination tournament. Still
alive are Texas, defending four-time champion Southern California, Southern Illinois, Oklahoma,
and Miami.
NIXES ABA OFFER
Burleson inks Seattle pact

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SEATTLE P) - The Seattle
SuperSonics of the National Bas-
cetball Association announced
he signing Monday of first-
round draft choice Tom Burle-
son, the 7-foot-4 star center
from North Carolina State.
Burleson was signed to a five
year contract. No terms were
announced.
THE SONICS gave up starting
ward Dick Snyder and an un-
disclosed amount of money to
Cleveland for the right to draft
Burleson in the No. 3 apot of
'he first round. Burleson, 22,
was instrumental in North
Carolina State's NCAA champ-
ionship victory this spring.
Burleson told a news confer-
ence here that there was little
difference in the contract offers
made by Seattle and the Indiana
Pacers of the American Bas-
ketball Association.
"I just preferred Seattle over
hem,' he said. Burleson said
he thought the NBA was "much
more sound," and that 'me was
attracted to Seattle because of
Sonic Coach Bill Russell and the
Sonics' management.
BURLESON also said he pre-
ferred the NBA because ha look-
ad forward to playing against
such stars as Bill Walton, who
has signed with he Portland
Trail Blazers.
Russell said, "We went out of
tar way to get oamy. We
think he has a tremendous fu-
tare in pro baskedbail.'
Russell added, "We are do-
ing everything we cain to bring

a winner to Seattle." Russell
said Burleson had "almost un-
limited potential," and aijed,
"We are going to bring him
along at his own pace."
COMMENTING on his style of
basketball, Burleson said, "I
like to hit the open man. I am
not much of a scorer. I figure
my biggest assets are defease
and rebounding."
Appearing at the news con-
ference were North Carolina
State Coach Norm Sloan, Bur-
leson's agent Norman Blass, his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loren
Burleson, and SuperSonics own-
er Sam Schulman.
Sloan praised Burlesun's abil-
ity and attitude and said, 'He
was my pick as the top pro

prospect in the country this
year. You all are going to be
amazed at how quick he is going
to help you here."
SCHULMAN told reporters he
felt he was opposing "the entire
ABA" in negotiations for Bur-
leson.
Schulman, asked if he thought
the ABA is failing, slid, "I
don't think they're failing. They
can survive if they want to."
But, he added, it's an expensive
business.
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