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May 21, 1971 - Image 11

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Friday, May 21 1971'


Page Eleven

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Ne tgrea t call1s te anis s leep ingp ill fSE URAI
NEW YORK OP) - The big aport, it must. produce a more exchanges and iallies.T h ey spectatois to keep qui t," he BeckRACPfARewCCOUrseNC
sreadvlegaeite- excsting spectacle." don't want to ae a man put said. "f a fan get excited, let Bce P eiwCus
ni my e ret orth Rd Talbert's personal prescrmp- the ball away on the first shot. him scieam. The piessure is no Deri (313) 864-0128
ni my egratfo heRa Lion: Change the rules so that They want him t work his greater than on a pitcher in a

William F. Talbert, but it's a
sleeping potion for the spectat-
"There's no doubt about it,
the players have outgrown the
game," the trim, youthful-look-
ing banknote executive, former
Davis Cup player and captain,
said yesterday, "If tennis is to
become a major spectator

the server must take one ball an
a bounce before proceeding to
the net.
"We fill Madison Square Gar-
den advertising a match be-
tween Rod Layer and Pancho
Gonzales," he continued, "The
fans see Gonzales serve, go to
the net - boom, boom - and
the paint is over.
"The spectators want to see

way to. the net,'
Talbert, 52, who has won 38

osseosis_ game facinig a 3-2
count on a dangerous hitter,

Major League Leaders-

g ab r h Pct.
Oliva Mini 30 i24 27 50 .403
Mureer NY 34 123 18 46 .374
R. Smith Boa 34 135 24 45 .333
* Reiehardt C *i 29 108 11 35 .324
Killebrew Mini 36 134 15 44 .321
Tovar Mia 36 152 22 49 .322
Rows, KC 38 146 2i 42 .322
Yastezski Bsn 34 1i6 29 36 .310
Sehaal KC 38 123 20 37 .301
Ktaline Pet 30 i00 20 30 .300
Oliva, Minnesta, 10; Cash, De-
troit, 2; W. Horeton, Detroit, 7;
S White, Nest Yorki, 7; Otis, Kansas
t'ity, 7; J. Poswell, Baltimore, 2.
Kiilebrew, Minnesota, 31; Bando,
Olakland; 20; J. Powell, Baltimore,
25; Petroseeli, Bastes, 25; Rudi,
Oiakland, 23; Yastremski, Bastes,
5 Deeisiens
Sieert, Boston, 7-0, 1.000; Blu,,r
O~akland, S-i, .900; Stottlemyre,
New York, 4-i, .800; E. Fisher,
C'aiforia, 4-i, .800; DlCanton,
Kansas City, 4-i, .800; Drags,
Kan'sts City, 4-i, .800; Cueliar,
Blimore, 4-i, .800; Corhin, Minne-
sota, 4-1, .800.

Garr At] 31 159 31 64 .403
W., Dasis LA 38 150 24 51 .387
MHays SF 34 118 25 43 .364
Millan AtU 37 146 i6 52 .356
Brock StL 36 146 30 52 .350
Stash Mtl 30 106 20 37 .349
Torre StL 37 131 24 46 .333
Simmons SOL 36 130 16 43 .331
Cash Pgh 29 812 21 37 .330
M. Ales StL 34 040 13 46 .329
Stargell, Pittsburgh, 13; B.
Aaron, Atlanta, 13; Beneh, Cinein-
sati, 13; Cepeda, Atlanta, 11; B.
Williams, Chieago, 11; Bonds, San
Franciseo, 11.
Stargell, Pittshurgh, 33; H. Aaron,
Atanta, 32; Sante, Chicago, 27;
Mays, San Franeiseo, 27; Terre, St.
Louis, 26.
5 Deisions
Dlierker, Houeston, 6-1, .057; J.
Jo'hnson, San Franeiseo, 5-1, .833;
Jenkins, Chicago, 8-2, .8ee; Bryant,
San Franciseo, 4-1, .900; Ryan,
Nest York, 4-1, .800; Perry, San
Franciseo, 4-1, .800.

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saionalitlues In a career LthatL 1 iove t piay ongrass
has seen him advance from it's comfortable and fun - but
Davis Cup player to D avi s let's face it. It's not practical.
Cup captain to chairman and It tears up and bcames bumpy
director of the U.S. Open after repeated use. It's a shame
Championships this year at than an imporant match
Forest -Hills, is one of t h e should be decided by a bad
most progressive and strident bounce."
voices in a sport that has been He sees the day that all L
tied to Its 1890 corset strings, major tournaments - except *i~
It was he who pushed through possibly Wimbledon - will be
the sudden death scoring sys- played on artificial surfaces.
tem last year at Forest Hills- Talbert says he is not dis- TONIGHT & SATURDAY
the most radical tennis change turbed by the current confus-
in 70 years and a move copied ion over contract pros, inde-
in modified form this year by pendent pros, registered play- TH TRE FA S
Wimbledon. era and amateurs.TH 11(±l lt
"I don't see any reason for "These are" growing pains,"
repeated admonitions to the he said. OF EYE
1 ~Wth Janne Wodwrd 0s50
l.Its hr woman with thees personlities.
S hee ' Horriying at times, but insight-
OFft njar.NrrtdbyAi7 stair Cooke. Directed and written
11 I bbAby Nunnaly Johnson, 1957. Also
p 40~ David Wayne v Lee J. Cobb
-an exciting new49 -SUNDAY-
steak specialty from 4
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fietkitchens-served on a wooden plank Heelarious Best Picture Aca-
fines demy Award in the days when
} with the Spanish carving tool that meant something. Krazy
S2 40 Komedy with Lionel Barrymre,
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"The Lion in Winer" as about lose and hate between a man and a woman WINNER'1
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In other words i's about life JAWARDS
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showing of ".Lion in Winter" has been added to our schedule.
Tickets for all three showings will go on sale at 5:30 P.M. out-
side Auditorium A.

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