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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, June 9, 1972

"..BEGMIS A NEW ERA
OF SEXUALLY
.ENLIGHTENED
zMOTION
PICTURE
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IN NCAA TOURNEY:
USC batsmen favored

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OMAHA, (W) - Top-ranked
Arizona State and six other
challengers stand in the path
of an unprecedented t It i r d
straight baseball title for South-
ern California as the 26th an-
nual College World Series opens
here today,
Second - ranked Mississippi
28-14 challenges Southern Cal-
ifornia 45-12 and Connecticut
19-5 meets Texas 38-7 tonight
in opening round games of the
seven-day double - elimination
tournament.
Temple 3-13 plays Oklahoma
34-14 and Big Teti Conference
champion Iowa 25-16 is match-
ed against Arizona State 60-4 in
tomorrow night's action.
Southern California became
only the second team in series
history to win back-to-back ti-
tles last year when it whipped
Southern Illinois 7-2 in the fi-
nals..
Tbe Trojans own a record
seyen collegi at titles andwitb
Arizona State have dominated
the series the last five years.
USC took the title in 1968 in
addition to 1970 and 1971, while
Arizona State was the victor ii
1967 and 1969.
"I think it would be presump-
tuous to say we knot we can
win again when facing such a
strong field." said USC veteran
coach Rod Dedeaux. "But my
ballplayers think we can win.
and I'm not going to say any
different."
Arizona State, however, has
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to be ranked a co-favorite. The
Sun Devils won a collegiate
record 60 games, had a 27-
game winnig streak and won
31 of their last 32.
The Sun Devils own a team
batting average of 331 and
have slugged 44 homers.
All-American junior shortstop
Al Bannister is the team leader
with a .398 batting average, 13
home runs, 28 stolen bases and
89 runs batted in.
The pitching is potent also
with Ed Bane 13-0. 1.04 earned
run average, Craig Swan 14-1.
1.93. Jim Crawford 12-1, 2.12
and Jim Otten 9-0, 2.12.
Southern California has a
tournament - wise squat led by
outfielders Tim Steele .378 and
Fred Lynn .349 and 14 home

Ruritania seeks upset
iii Belmont tomorrow

runs and a deep mound of Greg
Widman 13-2, Marl So-ge 5-1,
Randy Scarbery at-3 and Tin
Coffin 6-0.
Mississippi, coached by for-
mer New York Yankee catcher
Jake Gibbs, Texas, a two-time
champion, and Big Eight Con-
ference champion Oklahoma
are rated outside title threats.
Iowa, Connecticut and Tem-
ple are making their initial
series appearances.
All games will be played in
Rosenblatt Stadium. where the
series has been played since
1950. Attendance is expected to
surpass the million mark this
year.
In 22 years, 950,540 people
have attended the series includ-
ing a record 77,460 last year.

NEW YORK 1) - Ruri-
tania will try to do for Green-
tree Stable what Stage Door
Johnny did in 1968-win the
Belmont Stakes-but it will
take luck, assistant trainer
John Gaver Jr. said yesterday.
"If we win the Belmont, we
will be lucky," said Gaver who
assists his father as conditioner
of Greentree horses.
"Stage Door Johnny would
have been a great horse," said
young Gayer. "Ruritania won't
be."
Stage Door Johnny, unraced
at 2, lost his 3-year-old debut
and then won his next five
races before being retired be-
cause of an injury. His last
three victories were in the Bel-
mont, Withers and Saranac.
Ruritania will go into Satur-
day's Belmont at Belmont Park
with one win in seven starts as
a 2-year-old and two victories
and two seconds in five outings
this year. In his only stakes
races, the Withers May 31, he
finished fifth.
Ruritania figures to be an
outsider in a field that should
include Beadow Stable's -Riva
Ridge, winner of the Kentucky
Derby and more than $70,000
and the fourth-place finisher in
the Preakness, and Paul Mel-
lon's Key To The Mint, third in
the Preakness and winner of
the Withers.
POST TIME for the $125,000-
added. 1?.-mile Belmont, last
and longest of the Triple Crown
races which also include the
Derby and Preakness, is sched-
uled for 9:31 p.m., EDT.
Television coverage will be
from 5-6 p.m. and radio cov-,
erage from 5:25-5:45 p.m., both
by CBS.
A colt given a good chance to
ruin the expected duel between
Workshop for Tax
Resistance Counsellors
Sun., June 11, 1972
2-5 p.m. at
Draft Counselling Center
502 E. Huron'
JANE HART and others want to
know what happens when you
refuse your War Taxes.
We'll train you to
answer their questions

Riva Ridge and Key To The
Mint is Mr. and Mrs. F. Wil-
liam arder's improving Smiling
Jack, a seven-length winner of
the Jersey Derby May 29.
Smiling Jack is trained by
veteran Ralph McIlvain, who
once served as an assistant to
Lucien Laurin, trainer of Riva
Ridge.
. . Ralph has done a fine
job with him and instead of
working with me, now he wor-
ries me," said Laurin.
OTHER BELMONT probables
are Roy Anderson's Spanish
Riddle, also trained by Laurin;
Joseph R. Sraus' No Le Hace,
runner-up in the Kentucky Der-
by and Preakness; Elmendorf's
Big Spruce: Cragwood Stable's
Zulu Tom: Joseph and William
Ctavola's Freetex, and the John
Campo-trined entry of John D.
March's Eager Exchange and
Buckland Farm's Prince Fau-
quier..
Meadow Stable's Upper Case
is considered a possible starter.
Preakness winner Bee Bee
Bee is skipping the race for
which entries will be taken this
miorning.
Foul called
on Salton
LOS ANGELES )PI - UCLA
basketball star Bill Walton was
sentenced Wednesday to 12
months probation and a $50 fine
for his part in an anti-war de-
monstration.
Walton, represented in Van
Nuys Municipal Court by his at-
torney Lawrence J. Moreno was
in the UCLA Medical Center for
treatment of an infection.
Morena pleaded no contest to
a charge of disturbing the peace
during an April 11 protest
against the mining of Haiphong
harbor.
About 50 other UCLA students
also were arrested.
Correction
Frank Martin was inadvert-
ently listed in yesterday's Daily
as winner of the Greater
Greensboro Golf Tournament in
1964. The name should r e a d
Fred Marti. Marti, however,
has never won the Greater
Greensboro event.

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