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Friday, June 4, 1971

THE MICHIGNDAILY

Pag Elee

Friday, June 4, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAtLY Page Eleven

SPORTS WRAPUP
Mullaney
By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - Joe Mulla-
ney has been removed as coach
of the Los Angeles Lakers and
offered an administrative posi-
tion with the National Basketball
Association team, General Man-
ager Fred Schaus said yester-
day.
Mullaney coached the Lakers
the past two seasons after suc-
ceeding Bill van Breda Kolff,
who went to the Detroit Pistons
o of the NBA.
There was no official explana-
tio for the Lakers' move but
sources close to the team point
All-Star
* Comparison
NATIONAL LEAGUE
SECOND BASEMAN
ab r h hr rbi pet..
Beckert, Ch. 201 32 69 0 15 .343
Cash, Pit. 164 32 56 0 7 .341
x-Lefebvre, LA 107 13 36 4 22 .336
Javier, StL 116 17 36 2 15 .310'
Milla, Al 204 21 62 1 21 .304
* Relms, C 17 10 52 0 7 324
x-Fuentes, SF 185 13 49 0 16 .265
x-Runt, Mtl 151 24 41 1 8 .272
Morgan, Al 195 29 50 4 21 .256
BOsell, NY 107 13 27 1 12 .252
FIRST BASEMEN
L. May, Cia 131 19 42 11 20 .321
McCovey, SFE 13 19 44 9 27 .:319
Cepeda, All 180 23 54 13 36 .300
Colbert, SD 164 28 49 11 29 .299
S Parker, LA 190 21 49 3 24 .258
Clendenon,
NY 95 12 24 5 12 .253
y-Menke, Hou 147 16 37 0 12 .252
1. Rbet- -
son, Pt 161 21 40 10 21 .248
CATCHERS
Sanguilln,
Pit 176 16 57 2 22 .324
x-Simmons,
II StL 164 20 49 1 20 .299
Grote, NY 154 17 45 1 12 .292
Dietz, SF 162 19 47 8 26 .290
Bateman,
Mt1 153 12 38 3 16 .242
Bench, Cin 199 36 45 14 25 '.226
x-Edward~s,
Ron 119 7 27 I 13 .227
MCarve,
Phil 136 8 32 2 9 .206
x-Write-in candIdate. y-on ballot
as shortstop.
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out that while the Lakers have
come close to winning the cham-
pionship under Mullaney, as well
as under Van Breda Kolff, the
title has eluded them.
OTB picks Canonero
NEW YORK - The Kentlcky-
bred Venezuelan horse Canonero
TI was the odds-on choice of off-
track bettors yesterday to win
the Belmont stakes, and thus be-
come the first Triple Crown
champion in thoroughbred rac-
ing since Citation in 1948.
The latest Off-Trace Betting
Corp. odds established t-h three-
year old Kentucky Derby and
Preakness winner at 3-10, mean-
ing a person betting $10 would get
back $13 if he is a winner, or a
$3 profit at the risk of a $10 loss.
The mile and 2 Belmont well be
run tomorrow.
Ferguson quits Habs
MONTREAL - John Fergu-
son, 32-year-old left wing an-
nounced yesterday he is retiring
from the Stanley Cup champion
Montreal Canadiens. Ferguson
also announced his retirement
last fall, but returned to help the
team place in the National Hoc-
key League's East Division and
win the playoff title.
Rig Ten champ
CHICAGO - Terry W9dgeasood
of Purdue was offlcially certified
the Big Ten's batting champion
for the 1971 conference baseball
season.
Wedgewood finished the sea-
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son with a .467 average. In the
process he tied the record of 28
base hits and set a total base
mark of 54.
Indiana won the team batting
title with a .294 average, nosing
out Minnesota with .289. Mich-
igan State was No. 1 defensively.
Dave Winfield of Minnesota,
who returns next season, topped
all pitchers with a 1.59 earned
run average while posting a 3-2
record.
Howell retires
PHILADELPHIA - Bailey
Howell, a 12-year veterans in the
National Basketball Association,
has decided to call it a career.
The 34-year-old Howell in-
formed the Philadelphia 76ers
yesterday he is retiring from
basketball and returning to his
Starkville, Miss., home to a full
time job in insurance.
Howell, who helped the Boston
Celtics win two of their many
NBA titles, came to the 76ers last
year from Buffalo where he had
landed in an expansion Jraft.

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