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Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY aturday May 14, 197
Bando, Cooper
power Brewers
by Tigers, 9-3
MILWAUKEE IM - The Milwaukee Brewers, powered
by two solo homers by Sal Bando and one by Cecil Coop-
..er, posted their second victory in their last nine games
by thrashing the Detroit Tigers 9-3 last night.
The Brewers took a 4-1 lead with three second-inn-
ing runs. A double by Bando and singles by Money and
Mike Hegan scored one and zhased loser Vern Ruhle, 3-4.
Larry Haney and Von Joshua followed with sacrifice
flies.
In the Milwaukee third, Cooper singled and Sixto
Lezcano walked, both scoring on Don Money's double.
Money later came home when catcher Milt May's °
piekoff throw hit him in the shoulder and rolled
down the left-field line.
May's third home run was balanced by Bando's first
homer of the night. After Detroit scored on May's sac-
rifice fly in the seventh, Bando crashed his third homer
of the year.
Cooper's fifth homer staked the Brewers to a 1-0
first inning lead. Jason Thompson homered for Detroit
in the second.
Winner Moose Haas, 3-1, who scattered six hits, has"Ae ht
been the winning pitcher in three of the Brewers four Houston Rockets' guard John Lucas (15) reaches inside to knock the ball free from the hands
victories since May ;. Ruhe has been the loser in two of of Philadelphia 7ers Doug Collins (20) in the first quarter of the NBA playoff game at Hous-
those games. ton last night, Lucas then took charge of the loose ball.
I pou '(athe isai I
By The Associated Press
Williams wins
KINGSTON, Jamaica-Steve Williams, the American sprint
star whose Olympic hopes in the past were shattered by injuries,
overtook a star-studded field last night and captured the 100-meter
dash in 10.26 seconds in he first Jamaica Invitational Track and
Field Meet.
Williams was running third at the midway point of the race
when he made his move, hitting the tape just ahead of two
fellow Americans, Steve Riddick and Houston M cTear. Rid-
dick's time was 10.31 and McTear's was 10.33.
Earlier in the meet, Olympic champion Edwin Moses of the
U.S. completed a sweep of the hurdles, winning his specialty, the
6 400-meter hurdles in the year's fastest time and the 110-meter
hurdles.
Moses, world record holder in the event, led from start to
finish in the longer race to win in 48.64 seconds, well under his
world standard of 47.64 he set last summer in the Olympics at
Montreal.
Billy bawled out
NEW YORK-Gabe Paul, president of the New York Yankees,
lashed out at Manager Billy Martin yesterday over remarks con-
cerning the club's refusal to recall veteran catcher Elrod He-
dricks from Syracuse of the International League.
At the same time, the Yankees filled a vacacy on their roster
°" by recalling outfielder Dell Alston from Syracuse.
Martin, angered over playing several games one man be-
low the 25-player limit, had criticized Yankee management
for delaying his requested recall of Hendricks after the club
lost a game Wednsday night at Seattle. The Yankees also lost
to the expansion Mariners Thursday night.
"The decision on the 25th player was delayed pending dispo-
ttion of various negotiations with other clubs and examination of
the players at Syracuse," said Paul. "Certain comments directed
at Mr. George Steinbrenner, the club's principal owner, by Manager
Billy Martin concerning his (Steinbrenner's) alleged failure to add
a 25th player are totally inaccurate and unfounded."
Hopkins hired
SEATTLE-Bob Hopkins, who says he could have handled the
job "six or eight years ago," finally rose to the top yesterday when
he was named to replace Bill Russell as head coach of the Seattle
Supersonics ofthe National Basketball Association.
The 42-year-old Hopkins was given a one-yepr contract by
Sonics' president and principal owner Sam Schulman, who last
week reached agreement with Russell to buy out the fifth and

final year of Russell's $200,000 annual contract as the club's
AP Phot8 coach and general manager.
In r t"Over the last three years, he (Hopkins) has operate under
, yesevere and difficult conditions . . . but he met the challenge and
Jimmy Connors is shown making overhand return to opponent Eddie Dibbs in semifinal match deserves the chance and support to do it on his own," Schulman
in the WCT tourney yesterday. Conners won 64; 7-S, 6-1, to qualify for Sunday's finals, told a news conference introducing his new coach.

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