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Wednesday, May 31, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Mets, Reds bask on rainy day

The, Texas Wedge
The Feast of Fools ...
. The Jet Setter's Report
By JIM EPSTEIN
Daily Sports Society Editor
The latest stop on the Jet Setters never ending, fun-seeking
tour was New Britain, Connecticut for THE social event of the
spring season; the Sandi Genis-Bill Cusamano Wedding last
Saturday. The affair, considered a must by the In-crowd, fea-
tured a guest list which read like the social register.
J. Guthro Greer of Detroit, the industrialist who deals in
wiring, led an entourage to the East for the festivities. The
Greer caravan partied non-stop across the United States, en-
soute to the wedding, with the portly socialite amusing his
companions with dazzling drum solos on the back seat of the
chariot.
Greer was so enthused about the possibiities of the
affair that he intimated to this reporter, "I would've came
even if I were not invited." Guthro, gaily bedecked in a
black shirt and baby blue sports coat, was easily the hit
of the post nuptial reception as he held court at his own
private table.
Greer simply enraptured those present, including, the groom
and his two ushers, Eric Siegel and Mort Noveck, with his
hilarious imitation of a young drunk at a wedding reception.
His loud, vulgar language, interspersed with frequent trips to
the bar at the Moose Lodge, were so convincing that unless
one knew of Greer's tolerance for alcohol, he would suspect
that he was drunk out of his mind.
And by the way, which former Daily sports editor was seen
receiving erotic caresses under the table from a former Daily
business staff department manager? Don't look now dearies, but
we may all be gathering again very soon to celebrate another
wedding . ..
The always natty Mr. Mort of Ann Arbor set the pace in
Men's attire once again until-OOPS-an embarrassing stain
marred his custom cut grey bell bottom trousers. Musn't get
so excited, Morty-Poo!
The bride, of course, was simply ravishing as always,
but showing a little less thigh than usual, much to the
chagrin of eager beaver Legow. However, Elliot may have
had his feelings soothed by the attention of another
Sandy ...
The gazes at the blushing bride were rivalled only by those
directed at the new hubby. Cusamano was tonsorially perfect
with a fluffy bouffant, but wanting a bit for two articles
which had become something of a trademark to his acquaint-
ances in Ann Arbor saloons; his scuzzy, Woolworth-made Mich-
igan Athletic Department blazer and the stylish safety pin
which he wore so rakishly in the hinges of his eyeglasses.
And isn't everybody wondering if the popular man about
twon will be as generous with stories of his sexploits now
that he and Sandi are of one name????
Eric (the Red) Siegel, former Daily Libels player-coach,
was looking quite prosperous in a grey doubleknit suit, which
speaks quite well for the generousity of the government's
weekly unemployment stipend. But alas, por Eric seemed quite
the carriage sans horse as his Pat was noticeably absent from
the wedding and reception. Could it be that one of the Coosome
twosome has flown the coop???
Noticeably present also was Ann Arbor's favorite, Mr.
constricTOR of rock and roll group Jimmy and the Javelins,
who has been trying to give co-star Chastity a good belt
for at least tow years. TOR drew admiring glances from
fashion watchers with his sports coat ensemble topped off
with white socks and a pair of size monogrammed converse
(high-topped, naturuellement).
TOR, employed his famous long reach, which has brought
some many extra helpings of food to him across dormitory
tabels to snare the traditional garter thrown by the groom.
Catching the gater marks TOR as the next male in the group
to wed, which bodes ill for any in the wedding party planning
to marry within the next decade.
TOR also gave his personal seal of approval to the meat-
balls,. kielbase, ham, roast beef, potato salad, chicken, macaroni
and, of course, the ever present bottles of Schiltz.
Another old 'timer in attendance was former exiled
Daily sportswriter Jared E. Clark III. Jerry was his
liberal with gossip about the families of both the bride and
the groom as he normally is with librium tablets. This habit
of whispering the juicy tidbits out of the corner of his
mouth made the filthy rumors a little hard to digest, but
he was entertaining nonetheless.
As the guests prepared to leave the Moose Lodge, they all
joined hands in the traditional Moose handshake and sung in
unison the tribute to Moose International, 'God Bless Moose-
Heart.'
Bob Andrews who was invited to the wedding by mistake

offered the closing words, a prayer for happiness who the
newlyweds and a fervent hope that Cusamano can finally kick
the curse of alcoholism. The sentiments were echoed by all.
Note: the Jet-setters next stop will be Illinois Congressman
Abner Mikva's one-hundred dollar a plate dinner, June 8th in
Chicago. Don't miss it! Ta to for now.

0's ogled
BALTIMORE (P) - Brooks
Robinson's error opened the
door to three Boston runs in the
second inning and Carlton Fisk
and Tommy Harper clubbed
home runs as the Red Sox rode
Ray Culp's three-hitter to a 6-0
victory of Baltimore Tuesday
night.
Rico Petrocelli walked and
Doug Griffin singled to start
the second-inning o u t b u r s t
against Mike Cuellar, 2-i. Fisk
followed with a grounder to
third, but when Robinson booted
the potential double-play ball,
the bases were loaded.
Culp then squeeze-bunted the
first run home, anduafter Har-
per drew a two-out walk to
again load the bases, Luis Apa-
ricio drilled a two-run single to
center.
With one out in the fourth,
Fisk unloaded his second homer
of the season, over the right
center field wall. And after Culp
singled, Harper crashed homer
No. 6 to left, knocking Cuellar
out of the game.
Culp, 4-4, struck out four and
walked four in his third com-
plete game of the year. He
yielded only singles to Merv
Rettenmund in the third inning,
Mark Belanger in the fifth and
Terry Crowley in the ninth.
A's aced
ARLINGTON-Rich Hand al-
lowed Oakland three hits in 81/3
innings Tuesday night as the
Texas Rangers broke a three-
game losing streak by beating
the A's 3-2 on Toby Harrah's
seventh-inning sacrifice fly.
The Rangers tagged Ken
Holtzman, 7-3, for seven hits in
as many innings including a
leadoff home run by Ted Ford
in the fourth inning for a 2-1
lead.
Dave Duncan retaliated for
Major League
Standings 5
Ameri can League
W L Pet. GB
Balimore 20 15 .571 -
Ietroit 20 1t .556 '4?
Cleveland 18 16 .5291
New York 16 19 .457 4
noson . 14 1 .424 5
Miwaukee 102 .344 7%
West
Oakland 24 11 .686 -
Minnesota 21 12 .636 2
Chicago 22 14 .61 2/
Califonia 16 23 .410 1
Texas 16 23 .410 10
Kans City 13 22.371 11
Result
Detroit at cleveand
noston at Baltimore
New York at Milwaukee
Kansas City at Minnesota w
Oakland at Texas
Chicago at California
Wednesday's Games.
Detroit (Coleman 7-3 at Cleveland
(Wilcox 44), nght
Boxn 4('ibhet 3-2) at naltimore
(McNally 5-3), night
N e o B ttstottlemyre 4-5) at Mil-
wauke (Brett 24) nght
Kansas City (Murphy 0-1) at Min-
nesota (woodson 3-3), night
Chicago (Bradley 5-2) at California
(Clark 4-4), night
Oaland (unter 4-2) at Texas
Bolsmn 8-34), night
National League
E v L Pet. GB
New York 28 11 .718 -
Pittsburgh2414 .632 3
Chicags2 17 .541 7
Montreal7 22 .436 11
hiladelphi a 6 23 .410 12
St ois 5 23 .35 13 /
West
Houston 15 .615 -
Los ngels 2416 .000
Cincinnati 21 18 .538 3
Atlanta 17 22 .4367
SnDego I16 2 .30 9
S cisco 1 29 .341 1%'/
Results
St LosatChictago
Pittsbut lhat Montreal
Phladelphia at New York
SanDigoatAtanta
Cincinai at Huston
Los Angeles at San Francisco
Wednesday's Games
Jt ,Louis Gibson 1-5 at Chicago
Jenkins 5-4
Pittsburgh Briles 3-1 at Montreal
nenko 1-3, night

Philadelphia Champion 3-2 at New
York Seaver 7-2, night
San Diego Kirby 3-5 at Atlanta
Niekro 6-4, night
Cincinnati Nolan 6-1 at Houston
Roserto 2-2,night
Los Angle Do ning 2-2 at San
Francisco Bryant 2-3

Billy Martin (right) and Joe Falls discuss the most important
issue before the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Tiger magic
number. Although the pride of Woodward Avenue did not play
today, the Daily in a classic slip up admitted that the Magic was
not known. Tune in tomorrow for the Magic Number.

the A's with his 10th homer in
the seventh. A leadoff double
by Joe Rudi in the fourth led to
the A's first run. Rudi was sac-
rificed to third by Sal Bando
and scored on George Hendrick's
sacrifice fly.
Ken Saurez opened the third
with a single and scored from
third on a double play for the
first Ranger run.
In the seventh, Suarez' lead-
off single set up the winning
run. Pinch runner Dave Nelson
was sacrificed to second by
Hand, stole third and scored on
Harrah' sfly.
Mets mat
NEW YORK--Unbeaten Jon
Matlack fired a three-hitter for
his sixth victory and Rusty
Staub drove in four runs, lead-
ing the New York Mets to a 7-0
victory over the Philadelphia
Phillies Tuesday night.
Matlack, a 22-year-old left-
hander whose last victory was
a five-hitter against the Phils,
went the route for the second
time this year, striking out six
and walking five.
He allowed only Larry Bowa's
clean single to left field in the
fourth inning, Terry Harmon's
infield hit in the eighth and

Mike Anderson's single up the
middle in the ninth as the Mets,
taking advantage of Pittsburgh's
rainout at Montreal, widened
their National League East lead
over the Pirates to four games.
Staub, who had- two singles
and two doubles, gave Matlack
all the runs he needed in the
first inning. After a walk and
Tommie Agee's single, Staub
cracked a two-run double to
right off Steve Carlton, 5-6, who
lost his fifth straight game.
In the third, Willie Mays and
Bud Harrelson walked, Staub
singled for one run and Cleon
Jones hit a sacrifice fly to make
it 4-0.
The Mets knocked Carlton out
in the fifth as Harrelson led off
with a triple and, one out later,
Staub, Jones and Jim Fregosi
singled for two more runs. They
closed the scoring in the eighth
as Jerry Grote walked and Mays
and Harrelson singled.
Reds rip
HOUSTON (P) - Johnny
Bench drilled a pair of home
runs - one of them an inside-
the-park shot - knocking in
four runs to lead the Cincinnati
Reds to a 9-5 victory over the
sagging Houston Astros.

NOSE OUT STATE:
Wolverines capture
conference laurels

EAST LANSING (/)-Michigan
has edged out Michigan State in
an unofficial Big Ten all-sports
championship compiled for the
1971-72 atheltic year.
Michigan has won six times
over the past nine years and
MSU three times, including last
year.
Michigan led the field this year
with a rating of 8.17 points to
7.61 for Michigan State. Otheer
conference placements, in order,
were: Indiana, 6.29; Minnesota,
6.04; Illinois, 5.62; Wisconsin,
5.61; Ohio State, 5.25; Iowa,
4.68; Purdue, 4.27, and North-
western, 3.20.
The ratings are figured by di-
viding the number of sports in
which a school participates in
Big Ten championship competi-
tion into the total number of
points made in these sports, with

10 for first, nine for second,
eight for third, and on down.
Michigan won titles in foot-
ball and tennis, placed second
in hockey, swimming and gyni,.
nastics, placed third in cross
country and wrestling, tied for
third in baseball and basketball,
was fourth in golf and outdoor
track and fifth in indoor track.
Michigan State won titles in
cross country, wrestling, indoor
and outdoor track, more thoi
any other conference school
MSU also was second in base-
ball, third in hockey, tied for
third in football, was fourth in
fencing and swimming, fifth in
gymnastics and golf, tied for
fifth in basketball and was sev-
enth in tennis.
The listing is compiled by
Michigan State.

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