Tuesday, June 22, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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' oALL-STAR VOTING
Fosse overtakes Freehan
NEW YORK (P) - Ray Fosse of the Cleveland
Indians took the lead from Detroit's Bill Freehan
this week for the catching position in the balloting
for the American League All-Star team.
Fosse, trailing Freehan from the start of the vot-
ing, drew ahead in the closest contest for a starting
position despite the fact that Freehan is outhitting
Fosse sported a .275 batting average with four
home runs and 25 runs batted in entering last week-
end's play while Freehan was hitting .290 with five
homers and 18 RBIs.
Fosse now leads with a total of 169,743 votes to
157,158 for Freehan.
Boston's Carl Yastremski still held the voting
edge with a total of 350,046 for the outfield with
700,000 votes cast. Minnesota's Tony Oliva, the bat-
ting leader with a .383 average, and Baltimore's
Frank Robinson stand second and third, respective-
ly in the outfield voting.
FIRST BASE--Boog Powell, Baltimore, 261,814; Norm
Cash, Detroit, 131,349; George Scott, Boston, 93,049; Mike
Fpstein, Oakland, 35,631; Bob Oliver. Kansas City, 31,758;
Jim Spencer, California, 20,660.
SECOND BASE--Rod Carew. Minnesota, 170,977; Dave
Josun, Baltimore, 114,371; Dick McAuliffe,kDetroit, 60,-
077; Cookie Rojas, Kansa City, 50,627; Mike Andrews,
Chicago, 46,281; Horace Clarke, New York, 39,226.
THIRD BASE-Brooks Robinson, Baltimore, 300,366;
tlarmon Killebrew, Minnesota, 132,156; Rico Petrocelli,
Boston, 68,202; Sal Bando, Oakland, 34,550; Leo Rodri-
gues, Detroit, 24,571; Paul Schaal, Kansas City, 20,759.
SHORTSTOP-Luis Aparicio, Boston, 157,181; Bert
Campaneris, Oakland, 95,252; Jim Fregosi, California 80,-
842; Mark Belanger, Lttltimore, 69,841; Gene Michael,
New York, 36,848.
OITFIELD-Carl Yastrzemski, Bston, 350,046; Tony
Oliva, Minnesota, 233,644; Frank Robinson, Baltimore,
191,195; Bobby Murcer, New York, 145,210; Frank How-
ward, Washington, 102,183; Al Kaline, Detroit, 94,193;
Amos Otis, Kansas City, 83,361; Reggie Smith, Boston,
77,768; Reggie Jackson, Oakland, 75,255.
CATCHER-Ray Fosse, Cleveland, 169,743; Bill Free-
han, Detroit, 157,158; Thurman Munson. New York, 98,-
918; Elrod Hendricks, Baltimore, 69,339; Paul Casanova,
washington, 33,357; George Mitterwald, Minnesota, 25,-
Colonels tab Mullaney coach
By The Associated Press
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Former
Los Angeles Lakers' Coach Joe
Mullaney was formally named
head coach of the Kentucky
Colonels yesterday, replacing
Frank Ramsey who left the
American Basketball Associa-
tion club because of "business
and personal reasons."
The 46-year-old Mullaney, who
was fired June 3 after two years
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with the Lakers, will open the
Colonels' rookie camp today.
Ramsey, obviously leaving on
his own accord, said at a news
conference he will remain with
the Colonels in a consulting and
scouting capacity. "I'll be hap-
py to do anything I can to help
the Colonels," he said.
The former Boston Celtic great,
who brought the Colonels to with-
in one game of the ABA cham-
pionship in his first coaching
position, said he decided to leave
immediately after the end of the
Colonels' President Mike Sto-
ren, saying he was "ecstatic we
were able to sign a man of Joe
Mullaney's caliber," would not
divulge terms of Mullaney's con-
tract. "We look forward to Joe
being with us for some time,"
Colorful Ken "Hawk" Harrel-
son bade baseball a find farewell
yesterday to try for a new for-
tune on the pro golf tour at the
age of 29.
"My decision to leave baseball
is irrevocable," Harrelson said as
he teed off with other sports
celebrities and amateurs paying
$150 each in a charity golf tour-
nament at Woodland Golf Club in
Placed on waivers by the
Cleveland Indians Sunday, Har-
relson played 18 holes under
hot sun before heading for Fen-
way Park and donning a base-
ball uniform for what he insisted
would be the last time in a game
against the Boston Red Sox.
"I'll be ready to pinchhit if
I'm needed and that willbe it. I
won't return to baseball even if
I receive a great offer-even
from the Red Sox."
"I made up my mind to quit
three weeks ago, but I decided
to wait w' til we got to Bt.ston,"
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the Hawk said. "This is my home
and I want to go out in front of
these great fans.
Cepeda goes home
Cepeda, who underwent sur-
gery on his right knee in 1964,
said he will seek permission
from the Braves this week to re-
turn home to see his doctor.
Cepeda, hitting .285 with 14
homers and 42 runs batted in
this year, saw action only as a
pinch-hitter in a five-game ser-
ies at Cincinnati over the week-
end and didn't start the opener
of a doubleheader against Mon-
treal last night.
"I'd rather quit and go home
than have to play like this all
season," said Cepeda, a $90,000-
a-year player. "I don't want to
play baseball the way I am. I
don't want to be embarrassed,
and I am embarrassed when I
try to run and my knee tries to
buckle on me.
"This is my knee and this is
my living, and the only wr
can profit c'50 s' 11e0 prnat
well," Cepeda said.
U.S. aces win
WIMBLEDON, E n g 1 a n d -
Stan Smith, Arthur Ashe and
Cliff Richey, the top three
United States hopes, coasted
through the first round of the
Wimbledon lawn tennis cham-
Smithof Pasadena, Calif., had
the easiest time of the three-
getting to the second round with
an impressiv? 6-2, 6-4, 6-3 sic-
tory over Michel Ieclercq of
Ashe of Richmond, Va., had
some trouble before overcoming
Erik Van Dillen of San Mateo,
Calif., 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-5, and
Richey of San Angelo, Tex., had
a few rough moments before sub-
duing Dick Grealy of Australia,
6-3, 9-7, 2-6, 6-3.
Lady to direct Browns
CLEVELAND, - Arthur B.
Modell, president and owner of
the Cleveland Browns, said yes-
terday his wife, the former Pat
Breslin, has been named a di-
rector of the club.
"She has some ideas," Modell
said. "It's a man's game, but a
let of women come to our games,
and she would have a lot to con-
Mrs. Mherill ;, former movie
and television actress, is one of
three new directors en the
board, which was expanded from
six to nine members.
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