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Wednesday, June 19, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Australia, Zaire fall

Major League Leaders

n World Cup

By The Associated Press
West Germany reached the
second round of World Cup soc-
cer yesterday, and Yugoslavia
scored nine goals against Zaire'
to equal an all-time record for
the tournament.
The West Germans defeated
Australia 3-0 in Group 1 in
Hamburg. Three hours later,
East Germany and Chile battled
to a 1-1 draw in Berlin.
That meant that Franz Beck
enbauer's West German team
was assured of a place in the
second round.
Group 2 is still wide open.
Yugoslavia slammed Zaire 9-
0 and went into the lead with
three points for two games.
Scotland, which held the de-
fending champions, Brazil, to
a scoreless tie in Frankfurt,
also has three points.
The Brazilians have two, with
a game against the weak Zaire
team to come.
Yugoslavia's 9-0 massacre of
Zaire equalled Hungary's 9-0
romp over Korea in 1954-the
highest previous score in the
World Cup finals.
Dusan Bajevic scored three
of Yugoslavia's goals and be-
came the leading scorer in the
tournament.
The game of the day was be-
tween Brazil and Scotland - a
nerve-tingling affair of physical
contact, rough tackling, goal-
mouth thrills and feverish at-
mosphere. More than 10,000
wildly cheering Scots were
among the sell-out crowd of
62,000 at Frankfurt's Walkd
Stadium.
Brazil dominated the midfield
at first and were technically su-
perior. But as half-time ap-
proached, the Scots, cheered on
by their fans and playing with
tremendous spirit, began to
tarn the tide.
During the second half, the
Scots besieged the Brazilian
goal. Billy Bremner, their 31-
year-old captain, was like a
man possessed, setting up one
attack after another.
Rivellino was Brazil's top
marksman and Peter Lorimer
led the shooting for Scotland.
But neither team could score

Sports
of the
adDaily
and that meant that South
American teams are still with-
out a victory in the tourna-
ment.
Brazil, seeking its fourth
World cup since 1958, is uncer-
tain of reaching the second
round.
The Brazilians obviously will
go after a mammoth score
against Zaire - an even bigger
one, if possible, than Yugo-
slavia's. A superior goals re-
cord could settle the issue if
two teams are equal on points.
Jones inks pact
DENVER - Bobby Jones, a
6-foot-9 defensive standout from
North Carolina, has been signed
to a multi-year contract by the
Denver Rockets.
It was the first major signing
for 1974 by an American Bas-
ketball Association t e a m.
Terms were not disclosed but
the pact is believed to be in ex-
cess of $1.5 million for six
years.
He was chosen in the first
round of this year's 1974 a-
tional Basketball Association
draft by Houston, but negotia-
tions with Houston were termi-
nated Saturday night.
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-New NBA mogul
NEW YORK - The moment
of decision for Los Angeles law-
yers Alan 1. Rothenberg and
Henry J. Steinman Jr., candi-
dates for the prestigious job of
National Basketball Association
commissioner, arrives Wednes-
day when the NBA's board of
governors begins voting on a
successor to J. Walter Kennery.
Kennedy succeeded Maurice
Podoloff on Sept. 1, 1963, as the
league's second commissioner.
He announced last year that he
would retire when his contract
expired June 1, 1975.
However, he agreed to serve
as an NBA consultant and was
given a 10-year contract by the
league's finance committee to
do so.

By The Associated Press
AMERICAN LEAGUE
BATTING (150 at bats) - Carew,
Min, .398; R. Jackson, Oak, .354;
Fisk, Bsn, .338; B. Robinson, BRai,
.327; Oliva, Min, .323.
RUNS - Yastrzemski, Bsn, 41; R.
Jackson, Oak, 41; Mayberry, KC, 39;
Grich, Bal. 38; Campaneris, Oak, 38.
RUNS BATTED IN - Burroughs,
Tex, 55; Rudi, Oak, 47; Mayberry,
KC, 46; R. Jackson, Oak, 43; Yas-
trzenski, Bsn, 41; Briggs, Mil, 41;
D. Aliea, Chi, 41.
HITS -- Carew, Mtn, 92; A. John-
son, Tex, 0; Rudd, Oak, 77; Bur-
roughs, Tex, 74; Rivers, Cal, 72.
DOUBLES -- Rudi, Oak, 21; Bur-

roughs, Tex. 16; Healy, KC, 15t
Grich, Hal, 14; B. Robinson, Bal,
14; Carew, Min, 14.
TRIPLES - Rivers, Cal, 5; Dar-
win, Min, 5; Campaneris, Oak, 5; 7
Tied With 4.
IIOME RUNS - w. Horton, net,
15; Mayberry, KC, 15; R. Jackson,
Oak, 15; 0. Allen, Chi, 13; Bur-
roughs, Tex, 13.
PITCHING (6 Decisions - G.
Perry, Cie, 12-1, .923, 1.37 Ed Rdgez, .+
Mil, 5-1, .833, 2.57 Cuellar, flal, 9-3,
75f, 3.07 Fitzmorris, KC, 6-2, .730,
2.96 Fingers, Oak, 6-2, .750, 3.55 J.
Brown, Tex, 6-2, .750, 2.10 rago,
Bsn, 5-2, .714, 3.24 B. Reynolds, Hal,
4-2, .667, 2.20.

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