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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IThursday, June 22, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, June 22, 1972

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WIMBELDON PAIRINGS SET:

Smith, Evert win in tennis play

LONDON (A- Stan Smith
and Chris Evert carried U.S.
hopes into the quarter-finals of
the London Grass Courts Cham-
pionships yesterday in a tune-
up for Wimbledon next week.
Smith. the army corporal
from Pasadena, Calif., who is
the pre - Wimbledon favorite
seemed to dislike the chill wind
that whipped over the Queen's
Club and had to rally for a 3-6.
6-4, 6-2 victory over Ray Keldie
of Australia.
Evert, the 17-year-old whiz
from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., who
was the star of the recent
Wightman Cup victory over
Britain, trounced Jackie Fayter
of Britain in a third round
match 6-4, 6-1.
Evert was joined in the quar-
terfinals by Valerie Ziegenfuss
of San Diego, Calif., Pam Tee-
gaurden of Los Angeles and
Wendy Overton of Washington,

D.C.
Teegaurden beat Kazuko Swa-
matsu of Japan 6-3, 2-6, 6-3.
Overton won over Corrine
Molesworth of Britain 6-1. 6-3.
Cecilia Martinez of San Fran-
cisco bowed in the third round
to Patti Coleman of Australia
9-8, 6-3.
Smith was followed into the
round of eight survivors by four
fellow Yanks - the 44-year-old
Pancho Gonzales of Las Vegas,
Nev.; Jim Connors, a lefthand-
er from Belleville, Ill.; Roscoe
Tanner of Lookout Mountain.
Tenn., and Clark Graebner of
New York.
In the draw announced for
Wimbledon yesterday Austra-
lia's Evonne Goolagong and
America's Evert both drew
opening round byes for the
All-England Tennis Cham-
pionships.
The possible first meeting of

these two young female stars
from opposite ends of the world
offers one of the dramatic notes
of the world's oldest and most
prestigious tournament, start-
ing next Monday.
Goolagong, defending cham-
pion and No. 1 seed, will play
Marilyn Pride of New Zealand
in the second round. Evert, star
of the United States' recent
Wightman Cup victory over
Britain, will face Valerie Zieg-
enfuss of San Diego, Calif.
Second - seeded Billie Jean
King of Long Beach, Calif., a
three - time Wimbledon winner.
also drew an opening bye and
will play Sharon Walsh of San
Rafael, Calif., in the second
round.
In the men's division top-
seeded Stan Smith apparently
has easy sailing into the quar-
ter - finals but other Americans
dress toug tests.
Smith. the top U.S. Davis Cotp
ace, drew Germany's Hans Joa-
chim Ploete, ranked ninth in his
country, in the opening round.
If the draw follows form, the
6-foot-4 Smith, runner-up to

John Newcombe, would meet
Alexander Metreveli of RussIa
in the quarter-finals and either
Andres Gimeno of Spain or Jan
Kodes of Czechoslovakia in the
semifinals.
Postponement
Because of the rain Tues-
day night and the unseason-
ably cold temperatures yester-
day the fourth annual Michi-
gan Tournament was not able
to complete its first round.
Those players who had start-
ed were forced to cease their
activities by the cold. It is un-
certain whether the gala event
will be re-started today.
Clark Graebner of New York,
stung by the oversight of the
seeding committee, will get a
chance to establish quickly
whether he was treated fa irly.
It he can get past Jaidip Mu-
kerjea of India in the first
round he would be slated to
face Ilie Nastase, the Romania
Davis Cup ace and No. 2 seed
in the second.

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Mileti adds WHA club
to Cleveland empire

The
Loving Cup

CLEVELAND (i', Snorts
tycoon Nick Mileti added anoth-
er team to his budding empire
yesterday with the acquisition
of a World Hockey Association
franchise for Cleveland.
At a press conference Mileti
also announced that his Ameri-
can Hockey LeagueyBarons
would share the hockey spot-
light with the yet-unnamed
WHA team in the Cleveland
Arena next season.
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"We've been waiting 11 years
to bring big league hockey to
town," said the 41-year-old
Mileti. "Now we've adopted a
baby. It's either been a miracle
or a long pregnancy,"
The Fledgling World Hockey
Association is expected to begin
operations next fall in 12 cities.
In addition to Cleveland, WHA
players will take to the Ice in
Philadelphia, C hic a go, M
nesota, New England, Los An-
geles, Winnipeg, Houston. Al-
berta, Ottawa, Quebec City and
New "York.
The effervescent Mileti, who
also owns the Cleveland Cava-
liers of the National Basketball
Association, and is president of
the Cleveland Indians baseball
team, had hoped to land a Na-
tional Hockey League team in
Cleveland'.
Mileti said his new club will
have negotiating rights to over
20 names National Hockey
League players.
New
Freshmen!
Do you want moneya draft
deferment, leadership and
management training,
self-confidence?
If your answer is yes, then
invest 1/ hour of your time
to find out how you obtain
the above by attending the
Army ROTC orientation at
Room 200 in North Hall at
3:30 p.m. every day.

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