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Saturday, May 13,1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Thirteen

Saturday, May 13, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen

WEBSTER SUMMER PROGRAM
* Take Exporimentol Courses for acodemic credit, tronsferoble
to your institution.
* Live inexpensively for the summer in Washington, D.C. in
shared apartments or houses
* On a compus located on 15 ocres with on indoor swimming
pool, gymnasium, tennis courts, TV and radio studios, orts
and crafts building.
Webster, a new learning cansortium in Washington, D.C., is
planning an innovative program based around the community
concept of individual colleges. The program will offer two year,
four year and graduate programs as well as part time studies.
Focus will be on a search new alternatives to existing social
problems through academic and practical design.
Webster is a consortium of the College of the Potomac,
Webster College, Synergos Institute, and others. It will offer
programs in:
-creative arts
-implications of technology
-innovattiv and. futurist education
community studies and community organizing
-communications
-environmental studies
and other programs that attempt to search for new alternatives
to education and community.
Webster will attempt to find what Martin Buber called the
living center: the reciprocal relationship of the members to one
another. Open ended encounters and discussions centering on
alternatives in education will be available.
For more info contact: Arnie Freimon
Coordinator, Summer Program Webster College
7775 17th St. N.W. ( 2021 882-4400 eat. 315
Washington, D.C. 20012
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Dodgers' Sutton captures fifth;
Reds nip Cards, end loss skein

By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA - Unbeaten
Don Sutton hurled a four-hitter,
Frank Robinson hit a three-run
homer and Bill Russell belted a
solo shot as the Los Angeles
Dodgers trounced the Philadel-
phia Phillies 6-1 last night.
Sutton, who entered the game
with an earned run average of
0.42 and allowed Montreal only
one hit in 10 innings in his last
start, raised his record to 5-0.
Robinson connected off loser
Dick Selma, 1-3, for his third
home run of the year following
singles by Bill Buckner and Wil-
lie Davis in the fifth inning.
The Dodgers took a 1-0 lead
in the second when Billy Gra-
barkewitz singled, moved up on
a wild pitch and scored on a
single by Bobby Valentine.
Reds roll
CINCINNATI - Joe Morgan
cracked a two-run homer that
carried Cincinnati to a 5-4 vic-
tory over the St. Louis Cardinals
last night, snapping the Reds'

four-game losing spin.
Ross Grimsley, making his
first start since being recalled
from the minors, went seven in-
nings for the victory, only the
second Cincinnati starter to
notch a win this season.
Mets triumph
NEW YORK - Jerry Grote's
tie-breaking single with the bases
loaded in the bottom of the ninth
inning gave the New York Mets
a 2-1 victory over the San Fran-
cisco Giants last night.
Cleon Jones began the win-
ning rally off reliever Jerry
Johnson, 1-2, with a one-out walk.
He scampered to third on Jim
Fregosi's hit-and-run single to
left through the vacated short-
stop spot.
Ed Kranepool was given an
intentional walk to load the
bases, setting up Grote's hit
through the middle that gave re-
liever Danny Frisella the vic-
tory.

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Hands hot
ATLANTA-Bill Hands fired a
five-hitter as the Chicago Cubs
whipped the Atlanta Braves 2
last night.
Hands, 2-1, retired 11 Braves
in order during one stretch and
didn't allow any runners past
second base. He fanned three
and walked one.
The Cubs scored in the second
inning when Rick Monday dou-
bled down the left field line and
scored on Jose Cardenal's single.
It was Cardenal's eighth RBI
in four games against Atlanta
this year.
Astros stopped
HOUSTON - Milt May's tie-
breaking single triggered a two-
run ninth inning that carried the
Pittsburgh Pirates to a 4-2 vic-
tory over the Houston Astros last
night.
M a n n y Sanguillen's single
opened the decisive rally off
Houston starter Larry Dierker,
2-2.
He moved to second as Bob
Robertson walked and took third
on a wild pitch. May then broke
the 2-2 deadlock with his single
to right that sent Robertson to
third and knocked Dierker out of
the game.
Padres win
MONTREAL-Leron Lee blast-
ed a three-run homer off Carl
Morton in the fifth inning and
the San Diego Padres went on to
defeat the Montreal Expos 5-3
last night.
Morton, 1-2, breezed through
the first three innings until he
faced Lee to lead off the fourth.-
Lee singled and later scored San
Diego's first run on a single by
John Jeter. Dave Campbell also
delivered a fourth-inning run.
Indians dropped
CLEVELAND-Three pitchers
combined for a seven-hitter as
Texas Rangers downed the In-
dians._ 3-1 last night, dropping
Cleveland out of first place in
the American League East.
The defeat ended the Indians'
four-game winning streak and
left them 11 percentage points
back of rained-out Detroit.
- Ted Ford's homer, a leadoff
shot over the left field wall in
the second inning, proved to be
the winning run after the Ran-
gers had taken a 1-0 lead in the
first on singles by Elliott Mad-
dox and Dave Nelson and Don
Mincher's run-scoring grounder.
Cleveland cut the margin to.
2-1 in the sixth as John Broha-
mer tripled and came home en
Graig Nettles' infield out.
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