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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, July 21, 1971

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Roya Is, Rojas batter

Raueh quits
Buffalo Bills
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (A) -
John Rauch resigned unexpect-
edly yesterday as head coach of
the Buffalo Bills of the Na-
tianal Football League.
Rauch resigned after a meet-
ing with Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.,
owner of the team at the Bills'
training camp here.
Wilson said he met w i t h
Rauch to tell the coach he was
about to issue statements de-
fending two former Bills play-
ers who Rauch had criticized in
a recent television program.
The players are Ron Mc-
Dole and Paul Maguire.
"Be told me if I did so, I
would have to get myself a new
head coach," Wilson said. "I
regret John's decision as I re-
spect his football knokledge and
his willingness the last t w o
years to try and build with
young players."
A team spokesman said Har-
vey Johnson, Bills' player per-
sonnel director, was immediate-
ly named to succeed Rauch.
Durin gthe 1968 season Jahn-
son also moved from his direct-
or of player personnel role to
head coach.
He succeeded Joe Collier after
the second game of the season.
Rauch replaced him at the
start of the 1969 campaign.
Major Leagi

By The Associated Preis
KANSAS CITY - Cookie Ro-
jas cracked four hits and drove
in two runs and Dick Drago spun
- five-hitter as the Kansas City
R-yats kayoed Mike Cuellar in
the third inning for a 7-1 vic-
t-ry ever the Baltimore Orioles
last night.
R jas, who also scored twice,
dbled to lead off the second
and raced home on Gail Hop-
kins' single. He doubled again
in the third in the midst of a
four-run uprising and singled in
the fourth and eighth.
Pirates pound Giants
PITTSBURGH-Two errors by
San Francisco shortstop Chris
Sreier led to five unearned runs
and the Pittsburgh Pirates went
on to defeat the Giants 11-7 last
night.
The Giants held a 4-1 lead in
the fourth when the Pirates
scored five runs, four of them
unearned due to Speier's first
error.
Reds rout Dodgers
CINCINNATI-Tommy Helms
keyed a five-run seventh inning
with a three-run double and re-
liever Clay Carroll bailed Cin-
cinnati out of a no-out, bases-
loaded jam in the ninth, lead-
ing the Reds to a 7-1 triumph
over the Los Angeles Dodgers
last night.
Helms' bases-loaded double
broke a 1-1 tie and chased Dod-
ger starter Don Sutton, 9-9.
Woody Woodward followed with
a double to score Helms and
Pete Rose then knocked in the
final run of the big inning with
another double.

Cubs clout Mets
CHICAGO - Billy Williams
slammed a double and two sin-
gles, driving in two runs, and
Ferguson Jenkins continued his
mastery of the New York Mets
in a 4-2 Chicago Cubs' victory
yesterday.
Jenkins held a 3-0 lead before
yielding sixth -inning solo
homers to Tommie Agee and Ed
Kranepool.
Bosox bump Chisox
BOSTON-Rico Petrocelli rip-

ped a single down the left field
line with two out in the bottom
of the ninth inning to carry the
Boston Red Sox to a 5-4 victory
over Chicago last night.
Phil Gagliano opened the in-
ning with a walk and raced to
second on a passed ball. After
Luis Aparicio struck out and
Reggie Smith flied out, Carl
Yastrzemski was given an in-
tentional walk, setting up Pet-
rocelli's game-winning liner off
loser Tom Bradley, 8-9.

SPORT SHORTS
Knicks stick with Holzman

Bird s-4
Braves scalp Padres
ATLANTA -Hank Aaron hit
a two-run homer with one out
in the last of the ninth inning,
powering the Atlanta Braves to
a 3-1 victory over the San Diego
Padres last night.
Aaron's blast, his 26th of the
year, followed an infield single
by Ralph Garr and pinned the
loss on Dave Roberts, 7-10.
Cards clubbed
ST. LOUIS - Don Money
slammed two doubles and a sin-
gie and rookie John Vukovich
drove in three runs in pacing
the Philadelphia Phillies to a
5-1 victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals behind Chris Short's
three-hit pitching last night.
The veteran Short, 6-11, was
in trouble only in the fifth in-
ning as the Cardinals scored
their run on Luis Melendez'
single, a walk to Dal Maxvill A
and Larry Bowa's throwing er-
ror trying for a double play.
Frisbee Finals
The first Intramural Frisbee
Championship will be held Sun-
day, July 25, at 1 p.m. behind
theI.M. Building, All frisbee
fanatics, male and female, arc
invited to take part in the indi-
vidual and t e am competition.
Entries must be submitted to
the I.M. office by 4 p.m. Satur-
day, July 24.

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Red Holzman
will continue in his dual capac-
ity as head coach and general
manager for the New York
Knicks, the National Basketball
Association club announced yes-
terday.
The announcement e n d e d
speculation that Bolzman, who
was injured in an automobile
accident May 16, would relin-
quish the coaching reins to
concentrate on his general man-
ager's duties.
Johnson holds out
ANN ARBOR-Ron Johnson,
the former University of Mich-
igan football star, is a holdout
from the New York Giants but
says he's keeping in physical
shape for the upcoming pro grid
season.
Johnson became the first New
York Giant runner to gain more
than 1,000 yards in one season
by totaling 1.827 last year. He
reportedly is asking that his es-
timated $50,000 salary be dou-
bled this year.
"I'd rather not say anything
at all about the negotiations,"
Johnson said. "It's in the hands
of my attorney. I'm working out
and keeping in shape."
Cuozzo still unsigned
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Quarterback Gary Cuozzo dis-

closed yesterday he has not yet
signed a 1971 National Football
League contract with the Min-
nesota Vikings and indicated he
might play out his option this
year.
"I haven't signed yet and it
doesn't look as if I will sign,"
Cuozzo said on the eve of Min-
nesota's training camp opening
at Mankato State.
Big Ten hoopsters win
HOBART, Tasmania - Jim
Brewer and William Frank Lin,
both 6-foot-I, led the U.S. Big
Ten All-Stars to an easy 122-
72 basketball victory over their
much smaller Hobart opponents
last night.
The All-Stars now move on to
Australia before returning to
the United States.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Baltimore 58 35 .624
Boston 54 38 .587
Detroit 49 43 .533
New York 46 50 .479
Cleveland 40 54 .426
Washington 38 54 .413
West
Oakland 58 34 .630
Kansas City 48 43 .527
California 45 52 .464
Minnesota 42 51 .452
Chicago 41 52 .441
Milwaukee 39 52 .429
Yesterday's Results
Kansas City 7, Baltimore 1
Boston 5, Chicago 4
New York 6, Minnesota 5
Washington 5, Milwaukee 1
Detroit at California, inc.
Cleveland at Oakland, inc.
Today's Games
Cleveland at Oakland
Detroit at California
Baltimsore at Kansas City
Milwaukee at Washington
Minnesota at New York
Chicago at Baltimore

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Rost
W L Pct.
Pittsburgh 63 32 .663
Chicago 51 43 .543
New York 48 44 .522
St. Louis 49 46 .516
Philadelphia 42 54 .438
Montreal 38 57 .400
West
San Francisco 58 39 .598
Los Angeles 51 46 .526
Houston 47 47 .500
Atlanta 48 51 .485
Cincinnati 45 53 .459
San Diego 34 62 .354
Yesterday's Results
Montreal 4, Houston 3, 10 inn.
Chicago 4, New York 2
Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 1
Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 1
Atlanta 3, San Diego 1
Pittsburgh 11, San Francisco 7
Today's Games
San Francisco at Pittsburgh
New York at Chicago
Philadetphia at St. Louis
San Diego at Atlaota
Los Angeles at Cincinnati
Montreal at Houston

Residential College Summer Theater
presents
--Moliere's--
THEMISER
July 22-24 75 8:00P.M.
Thurs.-Sat, East Quad Aud.

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