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Saturday, June 12, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

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SPORTS ROUND-UP

Senatorc
By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Peter Bro-
berg, star pitcher at Dart-
mouth College, signed with the
Washington Senators yester-
day, for what was described as
a substantial bonus. He flew
immediately afterward to Cali-
fornia to join the team in Ana-
heim.
Broberg, the Senators' No. 5
selection in the secondary phase
of the baseball draft, and Jos-
4 eph Burke, the club's- vice pres-
ident for administration, de-
clined to give the amount which

D
ssign
the young right-handed pitcher
received as a bonus.
Burke said manager Ted
Williams wanted to work with
Broberg a little before he puts
him in a game.
Buffalo nabs star
BUFFALO, NT. - J. D. Hill,
the Buffalo Bills' No. 1 draft
choice, signed a National Foot-
ball League contract with the
Buffalo team yesterday.
Hill, a 6-foot-1, 191-pound
wide receiver from Arizona
State, gave the Bills a battle
before signing his contract.

Dartmouth hurler

"After about three sessions
of indian wrestling with J. D.
Hill, we finally came to terms"
said Pat McGroder, a Bills'
vice president who had scouted
him, "It wasn't easy, but I think
we have a potential superstar."
Hill, a 9.3 sprinter, will be
used as a wide receiver on the
kickoff and punt return teams,
Coach John Bauch said at a
news conference.
Simpson to rejoin Reds
CINCINNATI - The Cincin-
nati Reds announced yesterday
that pitcher Wayne Simpson
will be recalled from Indiana-
polis of the American Associa-
tion in an attempt to bolster
the Reds weak pitching.
Simpson, who posted a 14-3
mark last summer, injured his
arm midway through last sea-
son and has been attempting to
come back this year.
Cards get Santorini
ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis
Cardinals Friday traded out-
fielder Leron Lee and left-
handed pitcher Fred N o r ma n
to the San Diego Padres for
right-handed pitcher Al San-
torini.
The 23-year-old Lee, who hit
.227 for the Cardinals in 1970,
had a batting mark of .179,
mostly in pinch-hit roles, this
season.
The-Cardinals acquired t h e
28-year-old Norman on waivers
from the Los Angeles Dodgers
Sept. 28 and outrighted his
contract to Tulsa of the Amer-
ican Association in April.
Santorini, 23, posted a 1-8
record for San Diego in 1970
and was 0-2 in 18 appearances
this season.
Norman, since sent to the
Cardinals' Tulsa farm club, had
posted a 6-1 record.

Hall of Fame dropout
TORONTO - Conn Smyth,
commenting that "standards
are going down everywhere to-
day," has resigned as chairman
of the governing committee of
the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Smythe, the man who built
Maple Leaf Gardens 40 years
ago and made his Toronto team
a power in the National Hockey
League, quit over induction of
the late Harvey Busher Jackson
to the Hall.
Jackson, a member of the
famed Kid Line of the M a p le
Leafs with Joe Primeau and the
late Charley Conacher, died in
1966

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and JEANNE MOREAU in
"ALEX IN WONDERLAND"
Met olor

BOB LUNN shoots for the pin from a sand trap on the eighth hole
of yesterday's second round of the Kemper Open Golf Tourney.
Lunn fired a 6-under-par 66 to take an early lead at 9-under for the
tournament, one stroke ahead of Dale Douglas, who carded a record-
tying 65 in yesterday's round.
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