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Tuesday, July 18, 1972


Page Seven

Tuesday, July 18, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

Chicago's Allen
tops ALStars

Fischer absent,
but wins game

NEW YORK (P)-Dick Allen, a
two-time All-Star in the National
League, was the top vote-getter
on the American League All-Star
team announced today by Base-
ball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn.
The Chicago White Sox slug-
ger, who leads the American
League with 19 home runs and
61 runs batted in, received 1,-
092,758 of the 3,171,556 votes cast
in the nationwide poll of fans.
Allen acquired from the Los An-
geles Dodgers in a major winter
trade, easily won, the starting
first base assignment over De-
troit's Norm Cash, the runnerup
with 729,753 votes.
Only one other player in the
American League received more
than one mililon votes. That was
veteran third baseman Brooks
Robinson of Baltimore, who eas-
ily got the nod at third base
over Oakland's Sal Bando, 5,-
041,128 votes to 362,360.
The only team with more than
one representative on the start-
Gabriel lost
to LA; lung
LONG BEACH, Calif., (-) -
Quarterback Roman Gabriel,
field general for the Los Angeles
Rams club suffered a collapsed
lung in the Ram's opening prac-
tice yesterday.
Gabriel, 31, a veteran of 10
National Football League sea-
sons, was hospitalized and a
tube inserted into the ailing
right lung. It remained prob-
lematical when he would return
to the team.
The quarterback had been
throwing in the first drill for
the veteran players at Long
Beach State College when he
told trainer Cash Birdwell:
"I don't think I can practice
any longer. I can't breathe."
Directed to lie down, Gabriel
didn't improve and was taken
to Long Beach Hospital, about a
mile away. It was first report-
ed he underwent surgery, but
later the report was that he
went to su gery for insertion of
the tube to reinflate the dam-
aged lung.
Dr. Jules T. Rasinski, the
Rams team physician, first es-
timated Gabriel could be side-
lined from five weeks to the
full season. Later reports were
more optimistic, that Gabriel
might return to contact drills in
a month.
Gabriel, a collegiate star at
North Carolina State, has been
the No. 1 Ram. quarterback
since 1965. His Rams records
include 1,540 completions in
2,990 passes attempts for 20,-
196 pards and 142 touchdowns.
His best season was 1969
when he was honored as the
Most Valuable player in the
NFL. After the 1970 season, he
underwent knee and elbow sur-
gery and last Decerber repeat-
ed surgery on the right knee for
ligament damage.

ing all-star team is the Boston
Red Sox, which-placed Luis
Aparicio at shortstop and Carl
Yastrzemski in the outfield. The
43rd annual All-Star Game will
be played Tuesday night, July
25, in Atlanta and will be na-
tionally televised by NBC.
Joining Allen, Aparicio and
Robinson in the starting infield
will be Rod Carew of Minne-
sota, a starter for the sixth
straight time. Carew polled 832,-
055 votes to 411,253 for runnerup
Cookie Rojas of Kansas City.
Reggie Jackson of Oakland
topped the outfielders in the vot-
ing with 902,421. Joining him in
the starting outfield will be Carl
Yastrzemski of Boston, 603,151,
and Bobby Mercer of New York,
Detroit's Bill Freehan will be
the starting catcher having out-
polled Cleveland's Ray Fosse
767,538 to 483,366.
Hank Aaron, bidding to over-
take Babe Ruth on the all-time
home run list, led a groan of
four repeaters on the National
League All-Star team announced
earlier by Kuhn.
Aaron, whose 19 home runs
this season boosted his career
total to 658, swept to his eighth
straight starting berth and 13th
over-all as he led all outfielders
in the record response of fan
balloting throughout the United
States and Canada.
Aaron received 1,116,694 of the
3,171,556 votes cast. Last year,
2,396,895 votes were tabulated.
The top vote-getter, however.
in the NL was catcher Johnny
Bench of the Cincinnati Reds.
Bench, named to the starting
team for the fourth straight
time, received 1,229,677 votes to
726,893 for runnerup Manny San-
guillen of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Two Pirates will join Aaron
in the starting outfield. Roberto
Clemente drew 1,091,423 votes to
place second to Aaron among the
outfielders and earn a starting
berth for the sixth time, but
his first since 1967. Willie Star-
gell got 717,597 votes for his
second straight starting selec-
In addition to Bench behind
the plate, the Reds will have
Joe Morgan at second base.
Morgan, acquired frotethe Hous-
ton Astros over the winter,
edged out Chicago's Glenn Beck-
ert for the starting spot, 654
035 votes to 640,748.
Houston's Lee May, acquiredt
from Cincinnati in the Morgan
trade, will be the starting first
baseman, having received 688.
581 votes to beat out former
teammate Tony Perez. Morgan
and May will both be starting
for the first time.
The closest race was for shrt-
stop, where Chicago's Don Kes-
singer nipped New York's Bud
Harrelson by 3,000 votes, 665,-
921 to 062,921. It was the Iourth
time as a starter for Kessinger
who lost out to Harrelson last
Rounding out the infield is Joe
Torre of St. Louis at third base,
who received 1,180,613 to easily
bet rt the Cbs n Sano
and easrn a staring ,eot terIth'
fifth time. It's hs second straiht
at third base

The Winner
A happy Bobby Fischer ar-
rives at his chess match yester-
day to find rival Boris Spass-
ky has already resigned. Fisch-
er tails 2-1 in games.
Here's how
Bobby voin
The moves in the third game of the
Spassky-Fischer world chess cham-
spassky (W) Fischer (1)
1. P-Q4 KT-KB3
2. P-QB4 P-K3
3. KT-KB3 P-QB4
4. P-Q5 1K 13 XP
5. PXP P-Q3
6. KT-QB3 P-KK.T3
7. KT-QI KT QKTa -Q2
8. P-K4 B-KKT2
9. B-K2 0-a
10. Q-O R-K1
11 0 (B2 KT-KX4
13. KT-QB4 KT-K4
14. KT-K3 Q-KR5
15. B-Q2 KT-KKT5
17. B-K114 Q-KB
18. P-KKT3 B-Q2
19. P-QR4 P-QKT3
20. R KIll -KI P-QR3
?1. R-K2 P-QKT4
22.R iQR1 -K1 Q-KKT3
23. P-QKT3 R-K2
24. Q-Q3 R-KT1
26. P-QKT4 P-QBa
27. Q-Q2 10 KT1 -Kl
28. R-K3 P-KR4
29. R K3 -K2 K-KR2
38. R-K3 K-KTI
31. R K3 -K2 BXKT
32. QXB «RXP
35. B-KR6 Q-KKT3
36. B-B Q-QKT8
37. K-B B-KB4
38. K-K2 Q-K5 check
39. Q-K3 (1-17 check
40. (Q-02 Q-QKT6
41. Q1-Q4 0-00
42. resigned
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REYJKAVI. Iceland () -
Bobby Fischer scored his first
victory in the world chess
championship against B or is
Spassky yesterday with a move
he had sealed in an envelope.
The Soviet titleholder resigned
the third game playoff before
the U.S. challenger even show-
ed up.
Fischer had sealed his 41st
move in the envelope on Sun-
day after Spassky called for an
adjournment. It was bishop to
queen six, a move most grand-
masters here had predicted
would be the decisive one for
the game.
It left the score in the 24-
game match at 2-1 in Spassky's
favor. Spassky won the second
game by forfeit.
As he has been throughout,
Spassky was in the 2,500-seat
exhibition hall exactly on time
for the resumption of the third
game. Promptly at 5 p.m. - 1
p.m., EDT - Referee L o t h a r
Schmid opened the envelope
entrusted to him by Fischer and
moved Fischer's bishop to the
sixth square on the queen side,
putting Spassky's king in check.
Spassky waited five minutes
before turning his king on its
side signifying that he had
conceded the game to the 29-
year-old grandmaster f r o m
Brooklyn, N.Y.
It was the first time Fischer
had ever defeated the Soviet
world champion.
Spassky walked off the stage
and the spectators sat in si-
Fourteen minutes a f t e r
Schmid had started the clock
for the resumption of play,
Fischer strode into the hall:
Some of the crowd cheered him
but many of the youngsters in
the audience booed.
Fischer's face seemed drawn
as he entered, but when he left
two minutes later he appeared
The fourth game is scheduled
for today.
"Fischer's sealed move was
the best move," said Grand-
master Dragotjub Janosevic of
Yugoslavia who beat Fischer in
1961 in an 11-hour game.
"Spassky had to give in at once:
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He was rattled for the first
time. For Spassky, the whole
game was a psychological blow.
"Fischer's 11th move yester-
day was abnormal," Janosevic
Fischer's 11th move was
knight to rook four. This was
unusual in that it apparently
enabled Spassky to s m a s h
Fischer's kingside pawn for-
Fischer obviously had pre-
pared the move well in advance,
however, for only a few moves
later he not only repaired his
pawn formation but launched a
strong attack.
John Collins, Fischer's first
chess teacher, said minutes be-
fore the sealed 41st move was
opened that bishop to queen six -
was the rational move.
Asked whether the unpredict-
able Fischer would make that
move he said: "Fischer always
does the rational thing."
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