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Page Eight

THE MICHIG-ICI DAILY

Tuesday, July 24, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIG0SN DAILY Tuesday, July 20, 1971

ligers 4
By 'IhIi'-Asocei t ed Pre-'
KANSAS CITY -- Mickey Lo-
lih notche'd his 15 th victory
with an eighit-hitter and Bill
Frech ani drove in tLwa runs willh
a dauble and twa singles as thte
Detroit Titers downed the Kan-
sas City Royals 5-2 last night.
Lolich, off ta the quickest
start at his career tram a victory
standpoint, has lost six. He
struck out seven attd walked
only one.
Frisbee follies
The first and hopefully an-
nual Intramural frisbee cham-
pionship will be held this week,
on Sunday to be precise, he-
hind the IM building. The comn-
psetition is open to students,
faculty, and stfft of both sexes.
There will be both individual
and teams completition and those
who prose best at pitching the
Pluto Platter will re cise tro-
phies. Entries should be sub-
mitted to the IM offic'e by 4:001
P.M. onoSatturday.
Major Leagi
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662-56 tp;)t:. 71.

defeat Royals
-h wins 1t
A suddeni tourth-intning bar- Ron Fairt 's two-run? singl~e
rage at tour straighot sinogles altfnioved the Moiitr- 1 Expos to a
Jin Rooker. 1-7, anod a doubte -3 victory asi(,r the Chicago
pilay produced tour ruiis tar the Cubs yesterday.
Tigers. Rotn Hurst drew a game open-
log walk fronm lefty Ktetn Holtz-

SPORTS SHORTS
Tenis bets proposed

v

Orioles ivin
OAKLAND-Pat Dobson scat-
tered seven hits to win his
ninths straight ganme of the sea-
son yesterday, leaditng the Bal-
timore Oriotes to a 4-2 victory
over the Oakland A's,
Dobson, who has not lost since
June 17, struck out six and
raised his record to 12-4. The
only runs the allowed came art a
two-run homer by Nick Moni-
day ini the fourth inning.
Paul Blair hit a solo honser
ini thesecgotid ininig to give ttie
Orioles a 1-0 lead. Baltimore
added two more runs in the
thsird iniiig on runs-scoriing hits
by Dais Buford anid Brooks Bob-
F :1)05 triumhJl
CHICAGO.-RoisWoiod's ties:
Na lioat League hoims rum ndi
N55ltt~t G11
5n "tiss. 0 0 4ii i 1
Ijisiets 4'8 '4:S ii5 5..
1,:rltt:1 3 i ; 1 14:
so '5:'t
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teti t it(1:t Ists tui-
(.v ok , St (is ii2 i
I.st: Ilcess10t lio1 tis tirih gi
1:1l.!t.iey o 1,it Illu 11st 1;t6,
NNYoat ChiaotIae
NOWadlpi 4atSHOP,0 sngt
LosARBRlesainDint, i~
LonArtt ILLAGh ul
ThesDShortafBarber

Woods, wiso constscted tar his
first homner since being acquired
frotn the Nw York Yankees
tar RBait Swoboda last.iiiothi.
Senator.slop
WASHINGTON--Dick Billitngs
captped a tour-run ttiird iningt
with a twco-ruii Iomer aind heltp-
ed the Washingtois Senators
stap tise Minnsueota Tins 5-2
last sight.
Jackie Brain 3-2, pitchoed
five scateless ininugs but left.
due to a blistier aft givitsg silo
a, piinch single ti BicsReese
leading off thse sithtisfollowitng a.
35-mnustute rIa.i indielay. Four
Washintiton: iitcris gave isti
tiws runs iii lthe1 swits inishe
sixthis
1Padres iip
CINCINNATI - _Ecl Stiesslo's
ot, tisoiirun:hoster is: rie
riciohitningispowaiiered iiSin
Di( ,)i lii as4-3'ictsi iisory v rthes
C esw, ir il R ie slast :1 so ,
s: it;.latifourcii
(O11:: Bruise: :s i 5ii
fi i t n un ofsi': i:i
ihi lf i eld seats
xeliever Tonsy Cios~ius> er, :-k.
ini iho d held Saiis1Dis s score-
less aftir taikingiveis;iirWauyiw
Simpscsonsinistsle lirst
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If you ace in one ar you
want ta join a CR Graup,
call BARB or CLAIRE at
662-4431 ext. 332

By'The Associated Press
NEW YORK -- Tbe possibility
of extending legal betting to tise
C.S. Open Teonis Chsampionships
as Forest Bills was bosioced
arosiod by officials yesterday.
Howard Samutss.head of kiss
city's oil - trcd bettiog pro-
gran, moes willstoisroamnent di-
rector Billy Talbert.,swho crest-
ited the increased attendance
at Winmbledon during the last 15
years to legal wagering on l's'
sport in England.
Talbert, winner 'ifrsWis :;tool
chsampionsbips, said iie ,Y"oudol
present a favorable report to the
U.S. Lawnv Tennis Asisicisoison
witho the hope thsat ''ogal se a.ot-
ing tiorosighotoe city'coreporaieo
eventtialty wouild be extended by
ccnsiitsitional a tote n ii smse sotI
1o sports other thasn ihorsi' ear-
inc.
Sudidenii Stif fined
ANAHEIM. Calif. -Cluvelososod
Itidian sousthpass ace 1SamsoTil-
Dosweil hass beisn finestaboilto:
$1,000ifi fs ossrodyies onthe liii so
that os hs'sssstiteIamishesii'frosti
tLss Antelss tnatssioinal~
port'Sasturdayix
Iilekiie'iic'nfssisr ised
ysterdows i:ha tsesoil lusts, I
Ie3soisilol iss esisfis ii its? ss. sI+
list iti ossices' ss is'ss
T T
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Cleveland Manager Alvin 1's "I:
would not commisenitsin the inci-
sent except to say ihatl use
whiichs sad beets servedoinOTs'l!)is,
plane trips trill he Pbantnso, i.osis
(;Iann~el swime
DOVER.Rnglatnd -15555.5
Crossecltof Westport. Cisnn., tl
foe Catai. last night lhopingto
becomoe thse youngest persontso't(
ho swim tth e English Chsasnnel.
Crosseclt t4 years and one
tmotht. is 'iing at the record
set so 1904 by Lenote Modell of
Sacramto.oCalif.She owa. 14
ye.r ixfivemts t t 1hoe tiimte stnd
matude sue cring in t15 sours 27
miinutes.x
Biphaid owas accosmpanied by
Isis 'ishe'. Albertsod 1i5-year-
old hirother. Wittiatm, wlo ptlans
to s,;is thliichasnnetlohimtsilf ont
(CIess ttdrawq
MOSCOW .-- Ssovii' etsnoissiis-
teirs TigesitsPetolsyaiisattdlViik-
Scr Koscisos oittysoedlto the eith
i'otseiutio'edrasw los.tnihtinit
thirs'semifialtursosundl iso chal-
ti g0 comttio o hewll
EDINGTHRSA
"MAJ1ESTY ON F ILM'
IT IS WONDERFUL'"

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