THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, July 22, 1972
Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 22, 19T
Complete cast piocked
for All Star classic
Here is the list of men who Scheotinm.Ka nsas City, Lou PinieIto,
will hit, pitch, field. call them Kansas City; Ants Otis. Kansas City,
Carlos May, Chicago: Joe Radi, Ohk-
balls or strikes, fair or fool. land.
and decide whether cer tamn plays CATCHEROS HtBi FeehanDe-
merit errors or safeties Ifos the troit; Carltoiskh.Rastan; ElieRod-
All-Star game July 25 at Atlanta. PITCHERS- ayIsrd Pery, Clee
AMERtiICAN LEAGUE 1uad; in Paloor, Baltimore;Miey
INFILDES -Dic AlenChiago Lih.hDetrsit; NolanRyantsCalifornia:
NF LDCash. Derish od altewhoMgn- Wibur WodChicago;PPatIDobsott
ntecota; Cabie Roast, Konsas City;Baltimreiaveo Mcahld ltmoe
Hroaks Rohinon i, Haltimorte: Sa1Han- e otmn aln;Jm"a
do Oaklatnd; Rert Catmpneris Oak- Hos(bta
land; Taby Harrah,'Txas; NATIOsNALtLEAGU
OUTFIE.LDERS - Reggie Jackson INFI1110 i Le MyHIpsSi
Oakland; Cotl V'sttziasks BtoatiNate Caotbert, SanDiggo; JoMorgan
Hhhby tre,NwYark; RthsitaCicisatis J'oae re.St:Louts;Rtoa
Sa to.Cecgao: Do Kssnger,Chi-
OI"rrt'Ei.OERS - Henry Aaran, At-
lanta; Rito tCletmente, Pittshbtrgh;
Wilt'Stargelt PittsbhctB itty Wil-
las.Cliicato; Lot, Brock, St. Lous;
CesarCedeno. Hosons; Willie Mtays,
New York; Al Oliove, Pittshstrgh.
Vincent1Canby, N.Y. Times: CATCHERKS - Johnsny Rens.ch(,itn-
"Fritis aforcry from Dsney. inolati; SMotny S aillen, Pitts-
It is an inteliigent soeci satiret" hburgh; Ted Oilmmlls, St. Lousi.
FeguonJenkins, Chicago; StveCerl-
"Fritz is a bail for theopen tonPhiladelphia; Hoh Gibso, St.
mind." Judith Chit Losis; Tug MGraow, NewYokTam
SeaerNe EYok;Dots Suttona o
0 Angsgt; Hill Steatns, SMonsteal.Clay
INROUCING ty UPIRES
Slt a tides(NL) - htoleplate
ao Dmuo(AL) -first has'. Lee
Wee NL)- secondhbase,Jtery Neu-
dekr(AL) -tshied bho.,Jerryi)ale
. (NL) left feld, tillKKunktl (AL) -
e . l OFFICIAL SC'ORERS
Jath Lang (Lane Islanid Ptess)t,Six
Nsis(Misnneapolio Star), Wayne
_____________________________Mishew (Atlanta Cotnstitution).
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ceive a Western Unito Candygram ins~tuctiag thins ta be in Atlanta, the tight iof the 25th. Current-
ly, lbeautfield trioaore the batting leaders in tbe American Leaaue,
IULLBOAIID West inks pact for $600?,000;
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0 LOS ANGELES - Jerry West - the chamupion ao Angeles
Lakers' "Mr. Clutch" - joined thc ranks of thec highest paid ath-
lefts in sports history yesterday witht a new two year contract
for an estitmated $300,000 a year.
Exact terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Pete Newell.
the National Siasketball Association cluihs general manager, said
only. "we have an agreement. ft's for two years.
"It's not signed yet, bttt thaI's jutst a formality."lite added.
It was known that West. who had said at the endh of he Lakers'
fantastic season that, at 34, he would take his contracts "one year
at a time," wanted at least $300,000 a season for what he felt woold
he his last years as a player. Siefore the season started. he said
it might he his last.
* NEW YORK -- Willis Reed of pro basketball's New York
Knicks said yesterday lie was cursed and threatened hy a gun-
wielding off-duty policeman after their cars almost collided.
Reed made the statement at a news conference he called as a
resttlt of the incident Thursday night which led to Heed's arrest on
charges of reckless endangerment, menacing, harassment, imper-
sonating an officer and a traffic violation.
A hearing is schedutled for Aug. 3
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