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Page Ten

Tt f M I Gib t GAN DAILY

Thursday, August 3, 1972

Pa~je Ten T1-1~ MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, August 3, 1972

NIGHT-LONG
HORROR
EXTRAVAGANZA1
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Beginning at 1 1:15 p.m
Bax Office coses midnight
Atl seats $200--free aoffee
tickets now an sale
FREPSE oall wha
hove the courage to stoy
all night.
5 Edgar Allan Poge
classics featuring
VINCENT PRICE
1, Vincent Pice in
"TOMB OF LIGEIA"
2, Vincent Pice, Peter Losse,
Basil Rathbone, Debra Paget
"TALES OP TERROR"
3, Ray Millancd in
"PREMATURE BURIAL"
4, Vincent Pice, Poles Lasso,
Basis Karloff in
"THE RAVEN'
5, Vncent Psice in
"HOUSE OF USHER"

Kuhn backs reserve
clause before House

WASHINGTON (,P) --- Base-
ball Commisstones Bowie Kuhn
yesterday detesnded baseball's
cc ans ervse clansecontending
changes should be wtrked out
througls collecttve bargaining
rathers thantho law
"I coctnne to bc contidento
there oils be chianges in the re-
serve sy stem. Kuhn told a
Houts; Jssdiciaryssubcommitttee.
-MarsvinsMllcr, executive di-
rector ofthue Major League
Baseball Ptlayors Association,
noted, however, "the players
h'aso expsresse-d concerns that-
pnbie statemnts indicating a
willingnsess to smake a pso-
priate changes in ths' resesve
rules through negotiatio sn-ay
be aimaed at torestalling eon-
grsesionsal actiots and nsothinag
The exchange ca me durng,-
he'arings on bills to change
the couet rolings that has''
made baseball exempt from
antitrust laws.
Kuhn suggested the laow could
be changed its regasd to "busi-
ness mattes-s such as conces-
sions and parking, but urged
tise resesve clause be le'tt alone'
to protectthesep5530.

"I ouestion vetry seriously
whethc'r the football system is.
in practice, any dstferent than
i-he baseball option system,"
Kuhnissaid.
UINDERI baseball's reserve
clause, a playes is dsaftted ansd
becoms sthe Ipropcrtyvofthflat
club tossvyes unless I-hi'club
dc'cides to sell os trade Iim. "I
think our systema is genserally
a satisfataorysvstern'"Keshss
adds:.
Miller 'srgeed thsat 'this com-
pr'eensivemosnopsolistic, lite-
timea costsot ot the setrvices ot
a hiuman being its iis chosens
proftessiosn is unsdulyvrestrictiss
anad excessively ants-competitive
anad shoutd be dete'rmnend to bs
ag aistspublie policy"
Hi dessiedsisal chantsing the
resorve systema oould esnable
rich clubs to buy all ths talesit
sayinag this awould be "suicidal"
toe club owncsrs because it
wosuld dests'oy compaietition.
Osn othesrsnatterisKuhn said,
'"ishees a limited drug ptrob-
lssm" in baseball.
"We thinak it is isows ex-
tremely limited, he said.
Tise problem re'solves chietly
arounsd the use ot aisapheti-
mrines swhscis Kuhns called thes
":most dang'erous ot drugs be-
cause at its ettfet oin the sys-
tesm.'

SlICP, 'irackle, pop!
Slugging N'ale Colbert of San Diego s('ans the Michigani Daily
sports pages the morning after his super home-ron effort. Inter-
rupting his lire'akfas-t of champions. he informs the Mrs. that hi.
Olympic fea t was given superlative coverage but h e was quite
puzzled as hi why there were no standings. Poor N-ate wa s dying
to knows the Padres' record.

DANCE
WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY AT 9:00
RADIO KING
AND HIS
COURT of RHYT HM
With ROBERT SHEfF on Piano
-and--
SUNDAY AT 8:30
WASHOBOARD WILLIE
AND HIS
Super Suds of Rhythm

OLYMPIC TRIALS:
Spitz sets new record

CHICAGO t,' --- Mark Spite.
s'bo disappointingly failed to win
an individual gold medal in the-
18 Olympics, roared to a world
record clocking in the 200-meter
butterfly preliminaries yester-
dy, as te United Slates began
selecting tis swiming squad for
ihe Munich Olympics.
Spitz, who now claims four
world marks, won his 200-butter-
fly heat in 2:01.87 and shattered
the world record of 2:03.3 set by
West Germany's Hans Fass-
nacht last year.
The five-day session to select
a U.S. tank team of 22 meo
an d29 women began at Port-
age Park Pool with preliminar-
ies io five events qualitying
eight swimmers each for tinals
last night.
In rise evening finals. Olympic
berths oere to go only to the
first three finishers in the mens'
200 butterfly and the womens
100frIseesty le and 200 sodiviss 1
DO YOU KNOW
that the mediasswaoe los male
working in Woshtenaw Co. is
$1 1,000 while the median wage
forisomen is $7,000?
Kathleen Fojtik
14th DISTRICT COMM., AUG. B
paiiticiaiadvetiseiet:5

msedley. and two each ft-omtishe
mens' 100 backstroke' ansI 10 0
breaststroke.
Spitz. 22. former Isidiana Uni-
versity star and now a dental
student, may compete in as
many as four events .in the cur-
rent trials. He also owns world
records in I-he tO0- and 200-meter
freestyle and the 100-tat tee bitt-
terfly.
Spitz, whose best individual ef-
fort in the 1908 Olympics at Mex-
ico City, s-as a silver medal in
the 100 butterfly, had splits of
27.1. 58.4. 1:30.8. and 2:02.87 as
he also demolished his own
American 200 butterfly record of
2:03.89 set at Houstosn. Acug. 27.
1971.
Another American mens' re-
cord tumbled in the 100-meter
breaststroke with a qualifying
best of 1:060f0'by Tom Bruce,

20, UCLA jonior. The old Amer-
iaen mark of 1:06.1 was held
by Chicago's Peder Vahberg,
who also qualified with the se-
cond best timse of 1:B06.46.
Finishing fifth in the 008-
breststroke was defending Oly-
mpic champion Don McKenzie.
while placing seventh and just
barely making the finals was
Stanford's Brian Job, w o r l d
record bolder in the 200-meter
breaststroke.
Notable failiures included Mel
Nash, 1971 Pan American Games
gold medalist, and Ron Mills.
bronze nmedalist at Mexico City.
in the mens' t0-meter b a ck-
stroke.
That event was paced by Mitch
Ivey. 1908 Olympian from Stan-
lord with a 50.0 clocking against
the ecirrent. Olympic record of
58.7.

217 S. Ashley

2 P.M.--2 AM.

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UNION BASEMENT

Major League Leaders
itaickait's 'op cen Baseball's 'lee Ten
Biy'The Associated Press nosed ono335 at Bat
Base d en 23 at Bats Nationat Leage
Aimeric an League Player Clib G AltliR B Pet.
Pityer Clb rG AB It 110 Pei, redena Bin 85 34i to iia .346
PinieltlatKC 90 3t5 52 its .3ts BWiltiattus rCtin9734 621323.300
Berry Clt 6tO243 30 7t .313 Mota LA 74 131 30 Ii .343
Rudi ftaoo4- 820 4 .1n1ito.312 GarrAtI no 3t0 at it9 .331
D.Atteo rlti 07 3312 t4103 .3it 5- uiiten Pgli 00 300 40114ti.327
Scheinlit ottt Cur8ti271437 85 .3100M.Atnt tf50, i7 337 40t1t8t.320
FikBan 78 267 50 82 301 Bake At 331402t 70 .301
OtsKC i0 339.07 07 2 .301 Lee S10 68 '251 35 70 .315
Carw tMn 04 316 3 95 .30t BeockIs iL 05 00750t.1288.3t4
thmpo Situ 85 302317 100 .'92A.OliverPgi t 53 373 56t1ill.3t4
eikatricikKr 7123 3 32 68.202 Home RKnot
HionelRons nobert, Soo Diego, 30; Bench, Cin-
tO.Alien,Cricrot, 27; B..acks.0,Oak- inat, 20; 0t35itiions, rhicago, 22;
land, 21;r-asht, Detroit, 20t Killebrew, Stargll, Pitasburegh, t2; L.May, Houts--
Minsota, 18; lEpstrio, Oaktand, it. ton, 21; Kingmtan, SaitFrancisca, 21.
Rutns-Batid InRnsBttdIn
sitlen, rhicago, 77; R.JacksonOak- Colbert.,San Diego, 03; Booch, Cin-
itnd, 61; Mitrcer Net York, 59' May- cinnat, 76; Sitrgett, Pittsbiurgh, 75; B.
beryKattsas rity, l56; Bando, Oak-t'tlliamsa, rhica go, 70; L.MayItout --
ln,54. tot6.
Piltinog (fODiionsPiichiiig (8 Decisios)
asil, M~ininesotao, 10-2, .a33; Patoer, Nolan, rincinttati, i3-I' .8t6; Cartoan,
Balltimore, 13-4, .764; Huniter, 0-ak- Phiadeilthia, tt-6, .727;5Mashall, 0000
lad, 13-0, .764; tolicli, ietroit, .18-6,treal ,8-3, .72t7; Torrea, Mootreat, 705
.7501; Odoas, Oaklanod, 9-3, .750i; Klite, Ellis, Pittsburgh, 0-4, t692-JatisAt- A
New 'torts, 11-4, .733, Gr. Peery, rleve--lauto,ti-4, .t92; itnstey, Lincinni,
land, 18-8, .692; Lee, Botoln, t-3, .tt66.09-,692; J. Boy, Htoston, 0-4, .69'
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