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Cam 's sibling shines;
Aaron leads balloting

minor League Leaaers

It appears that the basketball
talent in the Russell family is
not limited to one member.
Thirteen year old Walker Rus-
sell was the unchallenged star
of the recently completed John-
ny Orr basketball camp.
Walker beat every kid in his
age group (10-15) in one-on-one
play. Having thus garnered 99
victories, he declared, "I want
to take on a coach." Bill Fried-
er volunteered, and Orr's head
recruiter gave Walker h i s
toughest battle before losing in
overtime, 14-12, giving Walker
an even 100 victories.
"Walker is going to be better
than Campy," declared beaten
Frieder. If that is the case,
Walker Russell is a name that
will be heard quite often in the
future.
Pooular Hank
NEW YORK (A) - Hank
Aaron, major league baseball's
all-time home run king, cOntin-
ues to lead the voting among
fans for the National League
starting lineup for the All-Star
Game July 23 in Pittsburgh, ac-
cording to figures released on
Tuesday by the commissioner's
office.
With two weeks of voting
left, the Atlanta Braves' out-
fielder has been named on
902,630 ballots, just about half
of the 1-,940,745 votes cast.
Aaron's closest outfield com-
petitors are Cincinnati's Pete
Rose, with 571,231 votes, and
Jimmy Wynn of Los Angeles,
with 497,232.
Cincinnati catcher Johnny
Bench is second in the over-all
balloting with 812,684 votes. Joe
Ferguson of Los Angeles is se-
cond among receivers with 242,-
103.

,;r
Cincinnati's Tony Perez tops
first basemen with 319,640 to
287,022 for Bill Buckner of oLs
Angeles, who has been playing
the outfield most of the year but
was listed as a first baseman
on the ballot.
Cincinnati's Joe Morgan has
a comfortable lead among se-
cond baseman and could be
the fourth Reds' starter on the
team. Morgan has piled up
519,836 votes to 372,694 for run-
ner-up Dave Cash of Philadel-
phia.
Bill Russell of Los Angeles
leads Dave Concepcion of Cin-
cinnati, 402,890 to 303,949, at
shortstop, and Ron Cey of Los
Angeles appears set to give the
Dodgers a third starter, lead-
ing Pittsburgh's Richie Hebner,
470,651 to 303,013, at third base.
Stars named
NEW YORK - Jorge Orta of
the Chicago White Sox and
Steve Busby, a Kansas C i t y
Royals' pitcher, shared the
American League's Player of
the Week honors.
For the week ended Sunday,
A housewife from Biirming-
ham, England, has offered her-
self for use as a gIinea pig in
poison gas tests if t'e U.S. Air
Force will abandon is plan to
subject 200 beagle puppies to
the noxious fumes.

Orta, a second baseman, had 16
(hits including his first four
home runs of the season. One
of his homers beat Minnesota in
the 10th inning Saturday.
Busby pitched a no-hitter
against Milwaukee Wednesday
night, retiring the last 24 bat-
ters after walking George Scott
on a 3-2 pitch in the second in-
ning.
Quilici to die
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -
Minnesota Twins President Cal-
vin Griffith refused Monday to
give Manager Frank Quilici a
vote of confidence and said,
"I'm not prepared to say Quil-
ici will come off the coming
road trip with a job."
The slumping Twins have lost
seven of their last nine games
and have fallen into last place
in the Americas League West,
81/ games behind firstplace
Oakland.
- - - - - - - -

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R n Pet.
Carew Min 63 252 36 98 .388
R.Jackson Oak 61 210 43 74 .352
Randle Tea 63 200 32 65 .325
B. Robinson Bal 64 235 17 76 .323
Brohamer Cie 47 162 21 52 .321
Fisk Bsn 48 173 34 55 .318
Ystrzmski Bsn 66 227 42 72 .317
Mca" eKC 64 215 31 68 .316
Orta Chi 51 559 23 53 .314
Oliva Min 57 211 17 65 .308
Home uns
D. Auran, Chicago, 16; Mayberry,
Kansas City, 16; w.'Horton, ODtroit,
15; R. Jackson, Oakland, 15;B riggs,
Milwaukee, 13; Surroughs, Texas,
13.
Runs Batted Ian
Burroughs, Texas, 62; Rudi, Oak-
land, SO; Briggs, Milwaukee, 47;
Mayberry, Kansas City, 47; D. Alien,
Chicago, 46.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AS R H Pet.
Garr Atl 69 288 39 107 .372
R. Smith StIL 59 209 35 77 .368
Gross iltn 65 218 38 77 .353
Garvey LA 69 284 47 93 .327
frock StL 60 249 49 81 .325
D. Cash Phi 69 285 48 92 .323
Buckner LA 58 227 30 73 .322
Grubb SD 64 210 31 70 .321
Maddox SF 69 200 44 89 .318
Morgan Cin 67 237 45 75 .316
Home Runs
wynn, Los Angeles, 19; Schmidt,
Philadelphia, 17 Cedeno, Houston,
14t Garvey, Los Angeles, 14; ench,
Cincinnati, 13.
Runs Hatted In
Garvey, Los Angeles, 57; Wynn,
Los Angeles, 56; Cedeno, Houston,
53; Schmidt, Philadelhia, 52; K.
Smith, St. Louis, 51.

Feeturinq the Oosuzzssazzuoo Pits Orchestra
and the Piszozsettes
*ZAZZUZOO -
SREVUE * 2
--Presented by the Summer Repertory Theatre -
June 29-29 * east quad aud.* 8 P.M. * $1.25

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AGING CHILDREN and GEMINI
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1st FLOOR, MICHIGAN UNION
on
THURSDAY, June 27th at 8 p.m.
$1.00 admission
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