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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, July 20, 1972

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COLEMAN SNUBBED:
Lolich, Perry top AL
All-star mound staf
From Wire service Reports 2.03; McNally. 10-7, 2.49; Holtz- kedly different results from
BOSTON - Detroit's Mickey man, 12-7. 2.61; and Ryan, 11-7, the poll of baseball's fans.
Lolich, the league's winningest 2.76. Using rules followed prior to
pitcher and Cleveland's Gay_ Ryan Holtzman and Perry are the adoption of the fan vote, no
lord Perry, who boasts the cir- all newcomers to the American player could vote for a mem-
cuit's lowest earned run aver- League this season but only ber of his own team. In the
age, lead the nine man pitching Perry has seen action in the All- American League players would
staff selected yesterday for he Star game while in the senior have selected hot hitting Joe
American League in next week's circuit. The former Met fire- Rudi and Carlos May in the
All-Star game by manager Earl baller, Ryan, holds the AL lead outfield instead of Bobby Mur-
Weaver, in strikeouts, followed by Lo- cer and injury-slowed Carl Yas-
lich, Coleman. and Perry, trzemski.
Weaver also picked three of Besides Coleman another pro- Sandy Alomar, California An-
his own hurlers, Baltimore Oi minent name bypassed by Wea- gels' second baseman would
oles' starters. Jim Palmer. Pat ver was New York Yankee ace have been the players' choice
Dobson. and Dave McNally. His reliever. Sparky Lyle who has over perennial selection of Rod
'neaining selections were Chi- aleady accumulated 17 saves in Carew who was the choice of
cago's Wilbur Wood, Oakland's the first half of the year. the fans again this year.
Jim "Catfish" Hunter and Ken The starters for the All Stars In the National League the
Holtzman. and California's No- were already chosen by a vote players naturally voted for Ce-
lan Ryan. of the fans, and Weaver is yet sar Cedeno, the loop's top hit-
The most notable absentee is to choose the remainder of his ter over Willie Stargell in the
Detroit's Joe Coleman squad. The only three teams not outfield (Stargell is now a first
Lolich who holds a 16-6 re- yet represented on the team are baseman). Also they would
cord to lead both leagues in vic- Kansas City. Texas, and Mil- have picked Chris Speier of San
tories and Wood, McNally, and Waukee .Francisco for their shortstop
Holtzman, are lefthanders. Lo- The Sporting News an- rather than Chicago's Don Kes-
lich's earned - run average is nounced yesterday t1rt its singer, who in the vote of the
2.40. poll of American and Na- fans narrowly made the team
Perry who trails Lolich by tional League baseball players over another perennial vote
one in victories entering last on who should start in the leader, New York's Bud Harrel-
niht's tii has a 15-7 re- All-Star game produced mar- son.

g1911 acuon n i, Ja
cord with a 175 era for the
Indians. He and Lolich share
the lead in complete games
with 15 apiece,
The Orioles' Palmer who
along with Lolich are strong
tossibilities for the starting nod
has compiled a 13-4 mark with
his 1.82 era. Wood, the leader
in innings pitched has slumped
recently to a record of 13-10
and his era has moved up to
2.56.
Lolich, McNally, Hunter, Pal-
mer, and Perry will all be mak-
ing their third All-Star ap-
pearances.
Other pitchers' records are:
Dobson 11-8, 2.02; Hunter 12-4

Ali turns )aek 'ilue'
Lewis in green IulnIHi

GOOL 2OW- SEE
DIAL 668-6416
"That x-rating is legit. Frit "Fritz is a t
is a pip of a pussycat." sordid, funk

THE MAN EAT CROW.
HUNDREDS OF DIRTY ANIMALS.
FRITZ BITE OFF MORE THAN HE

DUBLIN (AP) - Muhammad
Ali, fighting in spurts, dropped
Al "Blue" Lewis in the fifth
round and then went on to
score a technical knockout in
the 11th round over his onetime
sparring partner from Detroit
yesterday.
Referee Lew Eskin of New
York halted the scheduled 12-
rounder as Ali, the former
heavyweight champion, chased
the game, weary underdog
across the small ring in outdoor
Croke Park. The knockdown in
the fifth was the only one of
the fight.
Ne
Freshmen!
Do you want money, a 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.

Ali, suffering from a head
cold, fought cautiously at
times.
But in the fifth round, he
smashed his 29-year-old op-
ponent to the ropes with a
bombardment of blows and
then dropped him with a
right to the jaw.
Lewis fell on his back as Es-
kin tolled the count. Lewis wob-
bled to his feet at nine and
then the bell rang ending the
round.
Ali, weighing 217%,1 to Lewis'
223 ", appeared to have his foe
in real trouble again in the
ninth when he drove Lewis to
the ropes with a barrage of
lefts and rights to the head.
Just when it seemed that he
was going down, Lewis sur-
prised Ali and the crowd by
fighting back with a series of
lefts and rights to the head.
Ali took more punches in that
round and in the entire fight
than he absorbed in any of his
other comeback victories since
he lost to Joe Frazier in their
world title fight on March 8,
1971.
IT WAS ALI's seventh vic-
tory since the Frazier battle
and his second in less than a
month. He stopped Jerry Quar-
ry in Las Vegas last June 27.
Ali's record is 38-1. Lewis, in
his first start since he lost on a
disqualification to Oscar Bona-
vena nine months ago, has a
26-5 record.

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