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Page Twelve


Wednesday, July 20, 1977

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, July 20, 197~

NL sluggers blast


H R's; kayo AL, 7-5

By The A-oaiated Press 48th annual baseball All-Star summer confrontations.
NEW YORK - Joe Morgan Game last night. The AL now trails in the
smashed a leadoff home run, Greg Luzinski and Steve series 29-18 - there was one
touching off a display of power Garvey also homered for the tie. When the Americans
that carried the National Nationals, who won their threatened in the late innings,
League to a 7-5 victory over sixth straight game and 14th Dave Winfield singled in a pair
the American League in the in the last 15 of these mid- of eighth inning runs that put

the NL back in control.
Boston's George Scott boom-
ed a long two-run homer to
right centerfield in the bottom
of the ninth, pullinng the AL
within two runs, but that was
as close as they got.
DON SUTTON of the Los An-
geles Dodgers blanked the AL
on just one hit over the first
three innings and watched the
long ball power of his National
League teammates construct an
early 5-0 lead off Baltimore's
Jim Palmer.
Morgan, the Cincinnati second
baseman who has been his
league's Most Valuable Player
in each of the last two seasons,
led off for the NL, and Palmer,
the AL starting pitcher, worked
carefully to him.
"I got behind 3-0 and I
didn't want to walk him," said
The count went to 3-2 before
Morgan ripped the next pitch
into the lower stands in right
field. It was the first run scored
in All-Star competition off Pal-
mer after eight shutout innings
for the three-time Cy Young
Award winner.
After Garvey, the Los Angeles
first baseman, struck out, Pitts-
burgh's Dave Parker singled to
left field and George Foster of
Cincinnati followed with a dou-
ble to left centerfield.

BOSTON'S CARL Yastrzemski
playing centerfield despite
badly bruised right instep, had
to chase the ball down and
Parker circled the bases, barely
beating the relay to the plate
Foster then advanced to third
on a wild pitch and Palmer
went to work on Luzinski, the
husky Philadelphia outfielder
who had thrilled the crowd of
56,683 at Yankee Stadium with
a series of batting practice
home runs. This time he hit one
for real.
It cache on a 3-2 pitch sod
also went into the lower deck is
right field, close to the spot
Where Morgan's had landed.
Palmer finished the inning
with two more strikeouts, but
the NL had a 4-0 lead before
the Americans had come to
bat. In the third, the Nationals
added a run when Garvey led
off with another homer, knock-
ing out Palmer.
"I guess," said Palmer,
"you can say I didn't pitch
very well,"
Sutton, the winning pitcher
who was given the Commission-
er's Trophy as the outstanding
player of the game, was happier
with his three shutout innings.
"The way I feel about pitch-
ing in this stadium for the first
time . . . I was in total awe,"
said Sutton, who grew up as a
Yankee fan.

CINCINNATI'S JOE MORGAN strikes a classic pose as he watches the ball sail over the right
field fence in the opening inning of last night's All-Star contest. With the blast, Morgan becomes
only the fourth lead-off man to homer in All-Star history. The others were Frankie Frisch
in 1934, Lou Boudreau in 1942 and Willie Mays in 1965.

'Cornbread' signs wi
By The Associated Press promised Ron Grinker, agen
B 0 S T O N - Heeding the for the NBA team's top draft
message in his agent's fortune pick.
cookie, 6-foot-8 forward Cedric "I KNEW THE negotiations
'Cornbread' Maxwell has signed were about to end in success
a multi-year contract with the when I read the Msessage in th
Boston Celtics. fortune cookie," Celtics Presi
"If your desires are not ex- dent Red Auerbach told The
travagant, they will be grant- Boston Herald American Mon
ed, the fortune reportedly day after the signing.
I 40, Recreational
1 .
Registration for "Camp Adventure"-Session II-has begun
and continues through the end of July.
Activities include: arts and crafts, games, aquatics, field trips
nature experiences and special events.
Session dates: August 1 through 19, Monday through Friday
9:00 a.m. til noon.
Who's eligible: Kids 6-12 years old, with children's User Pass.
Where: In and around the North Campus Recreation Building
Registration fee: $45 per session with User Pass, $50 without.
For more info, call 763-4560 or 763-3562.
Entries are due at the IM building on Hoover St. for:
Men's-Tennis (doubles).................... July 26
-Golf...........-..........................July 20
Women's-Tennis (doubles) . .. .. .... .... July 26
- G olf .............. -.. ............... July 20t

fh Celtics
t Terms of the contract were
1 not disclosed.
"This is a great day for me,"
s Maxwell said. "I was elated
s when the Celtics picked me,
e and now I feel even better."
- Maxwell, who propelled the
e University of North Carolina at
- Charlotte to basketball promi-
nence, averaged 22.2 points and
12.1 rebounds a game last sea-
National Invitational Tourna-
ment championship in 1976 and
to the semifinals of the NCAA
championships this past sea-
son, when he was named to the
all-tournament team.
The Kinston, N. C., native,
was named most valuable play-
er in the 1977 NCAA Mid-East
Regional, the 1976 NIT, the
Roadrunning Invitational, the
Charlotte Invitational and the
Sun Belt Tournament.
"I saw him play four times,
and believe me, he can play,"
said. Auerbach. "He has the
ability to take over a ball
game, and I know he can help
other teams have already ap-
a proached. the Celtics asking for
Maxwell in a trade.
"But we know how well he
will fit In with the rest of the
team, and we will not trade
him," Auerbach added.

t the jJ
Shaw wins PAL golf
BLOOMFIELD HILLS - Tom Shaw shot a four-under-par 67
Tuesday to win his second Police Athletic League (PAL) Golf
Championship before a record crowd of more than 14,000 fans
at Wabeek Country Club.
Tom Kite also fired a 67, but lost the title on a score-
card playoff game with Shaw's eagle on the first hole. Shaw
and Kite won new automobiles for their efforts.
Shaw also won the benefit tournament in 1975.
Tom Watson and Terry Diehl each shot a 69 for a third-place
tie. Larry Ziegler, with a 70, finished in fifth place.
Other money winners in the sixth through ninth slots were
Bill Kratzert, Mac McLendon, Jerry McGee and Mark Hayes.
This year's tournament also marked the first appearance
of LPGA 'players Laura Haugh and Jan Stephenson. Baugh
had a one-over-par 72 and Stephenson shot a 79.
Record ticket sales, combined with the $500 paid by each of
the 184 amateurs who were paired with the 46 pros, produced a
record-setting $108,000 for the P.A.L. program in metropolitan
Detroit. -UPI
King gets court date
KNOXVILLE, - University of Tennessee basketball standout
Bernard King, drafted by the New York Nets of the NBA was
scheduled to appear in court today on a charge of second degree
The charge against King, the second highest scorer in Ten-
nessee history, stems from his arrest July 10 at'Stokely Athletics
Center on the university campus here.
Police charged King with stealing a $1,500 videotape tele-
vision set which officials said belongs to the university's ath-
letic department.
King was arrested last week here in a separate incident. Ile
was charged with prowling, possession of 'marijuana and resisting
arrest and has been scheduled to appear in court Aug. 4 0n those
King was arrested here three times last fall on traffic charges
and possession of marijuana. He was later acquitted on the mari-
juana charge, but was suspended from the team briefly at the
beginning of the 1976-77 season.

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