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Tuesday, May 20, 1975


Page Eleven

The "sold out sign" is up for the
Ohio State-Michigan football game
(scheduled Nov. 22 in Michigan Sta-
dium) for everyone except season
ticket buyers.
Michigan ticket manager Al Ren-
frew said, "We have cut off individ-
ual ticket sales for the OSU-Michigan
game because of the heavy demand
for season tickets. Rights now we
are running 52 per cent ahead of sea-
son ticket sales last year." Michigan
averaged more than 93,000 per game
last year.
Renfrew said, "We have to hold back
tickets to accommodate the fans who
are buying season tickets. This is the
earliest cutoff date for an Ohio State
game that I can remember."
Thumbs down
schere, the American Basketball Asso-
ciation's new commissioner, denied In-
diana's protest yesterday over its sec-
ond-game loss to Kentucky in the
league chamiponship series last Thurs-

tickets: Sold out

day night, leaving the Pacers on the
brink of elimination.
The Pacers thus trailed the Co-
lonels 3-0 going into last night's con-
Last Thursday night at Louisville,
the Colonels won 95-93 when referee
Ed Rush disallowed a desperation
three-point basket by Indiana's Billy
Keller, which would have won it for
the Pacers, 96-95.
Rush contended that time had run
out before Keller's basket.
Ali shuffles
NEW YORK ()--World heavyweight
champion Muhammad Ali and movie
director William Friedkin led a fund
raising rally here yesterday in a step-
ped-up attempt to get a new trial for
former b o x e r Rubin "Hurricane"
Carter, a leading middleweight
contender when he and a companion
were arrested and convicted of mur-
dering three whites in a Paterson,
N.J., bar in June 1966, in serving a

life sentence.
Last December, appeals by Carter
and his co-defendant, John Artis, for
a new trial were denied by Superior
Court Judge Samuel A. Larner, the
same judge who originally sentenced
both men.
Dope note
DALLAS (R) - Dave Smith, Southern
Methodist University's football coach,
says he used a lie-detector test to pur-
sue questions of drug use among his
athletes after he learned such a test
"was one means employed at another
Two players have been suspended
from the team and both claim their
suspension was a result of refusal to
take a polygraph (lie detector) test.
Smith and SMU athletic director Dick
Davis said one of the players was
suspended because of his grades.
Published accounts here Sunday and
Monday say three athletes were in-
volved in the polygraph test issue, but
only one player actually took such a
test. Of the player who took the test,

Davis said, "to the best of my knowl-
edge, he cleared himself."
Namath waffles
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (P)-The owner
of the World Football League's Chicago
franchise planned his first face-to-face
meeting with Joe Namath late last
night. The president of the league said
it would know by today if the cele-
brated free-agent quarterback will join
the WFL.
However, Chris Hemmeter, the
WFL owner, cautioned that it would
be sometime after today before the
public knows if Namath has opted
for the Chicago Winds and a reported
$4-million contract t h a t includes
$100,000 yearly for the next two
decades rather than return to the
New York Knicks of the National
Football League or just retire from
Last night's meeting at Tuscaloosa
was to be private. No details were to
be disclosed.

B ue recrui
By CLARKE COGSDILL among the other nine hopefuls.
Mark Churella, the nation's
most sought-after high school CHURELLA, from Farmington
wrestler, is coming to Michigan. Senior High School, is the 1975
Amos Goodlow, a grappier Michigan Class A champ at 155-
from Flint Northwestern who lbs., after placing second in
never lost a high school match, 1974. These are the least of his
is coming to Michigan. distinctions.
"It started out being an A- As a high-school junior, Chur-
plus year," sighed Wolverioe ella placed second at the 1974
mat coach Bill Johannesen, "but National Juniors in Iowa City,
a couple of kids changed their losing to Lee Kemp, who went
irinds." on to become an NCAA runner-
"NOW I'd call it an A-mints up as a freshman for Wisconsin.
year," he added, without much This year, he took honors at
regret. "With the kids we got the U.S. Wrestling Federation
now, and one more goad re- Eastern Junior Invitati-snal
cruiting year next spring, we'll (March 21-22), won the fastest-
have a real shot at toe national falls trophy, was voted o u t -
title in about two "ears." standing wrestler, and got his
Billy Jo is a natural optimist. picture in the Amat or Wrest-
This time, though, ther's rea- ling News. This kid h-as a real
smn to think that, if anything, future.
he's understating his case. Don So for that matter, does Good-
1'anham's bookkeepers gave him fellow, whose schoolboy feats
2 2/3 tenders to wowk with got some coaches to stsrt speak-
this time around, and he man- ing of him as a good prospect
aged to convert them into 11 for the 1980 Olympics. A 126-
freshmen for next year. Chur- pounder, he would have to beat
ella and Goodlow, both of whom out Rich Lubell for the right to
pat full rides, were tae prize compete in the NCAA's most
catches, but there are sont murderous weight class, so he
gtod "sleeper" p-3sibilities might put on a few p'unds to
Major Leaque Leaders
Player Club G An R H Pct. Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Lacy LA 24 84 13 31 .369
Munson NY 31 119 16 46 .387 Cash Phi 34 145 24 53 .366
Ysunt Mil 24 4 17 32 . 381 Sanguillen Pgh 9 104 10 37 .356
Breaun Min 27 88 7 30 .341 Joshua SF 07 96 14 34 .354
Carew Min 26 86 14 29 .337 watson Htn 33 126 19 44 .349
Baylor Bat 30 114 11 38 .333 Morgan Cin 38 132 23 46 .348
McRae KC 37 139 18 45 .304 Griffey Ci n 30 59 5731 .348
LynBsn 27 94' 15 30 .319 R. Smith SLT 210 80 14 27 .338
E. Maddox NY 32 126 17 40 .317 Monday Chi 32 110 24 37 .336
R. white NY 27 95 24 30 .316 Garvey LA 38 167 22 56 .330
Ilisle Min 30 111 18 35 .315
Hoe Runs
Home Runs Luzinski, Philadelphia 8; Baker,
Horton, Detroit, 8;- Burroughs, Atlanta, 7; Correll,-Atlanta, 7; Wat-
Texas, 8; Grich, Baltimore 6;carbo, son, Houston, 7; Cey, Los Angeles,
Boston, 6; Hendrick, Cleveland 6; 7; winfield, San Diego, 7.
Powell, Cleveland, 6; Hisle, Minne-
sota, 6; H. Jackson, Oakland, 6. Runs Batted In
T. Simmons, St. Louis, 27; Garvey,
Runs Batted In Los Angeles, 27; Luzinski, Philadel-
Hisle, Minnesota, 26; McRae, Kan- phia, 26; watson, Houston, 26; Win-
"-s City, 25; Burroughs, Texas, 04; field, San Diego, 26.
Norton, Detroit, 23; 6 Tied with 21. Pitehing ti Decisions)
Pitching (5 Decisions); .eSersmith, Lm Angeles, 6-0,
Ryan, California, s-u, .809; nine, 1.000; S. Stone, Chicago, 5-0, 1.000;
Oakland, 8-1, .889; Kaat, Chicago, Sutton, Los Angeles, 7-2, .778; Bur-
6 .857; Blyleven, Minnesota, 4-1, ris, Chicago, 5-2, .714; Rau, Los An-
-800; HuohesM, nemota s4-1, 480; geles, 1-2,.714; Garber, Philadelphia,
Palmer, Haltimore, 6-2, 750; Husby, 4-0, 667; Gullett, Cincinnati, 4-0,
Kansas City, 6-2, .150; 3 Tied with .667; B. Jones, San Diego, 4-2, .667;
*114" McIntosh, San Diego, 4-2, 667.

It stuc
go at 134, replacing the depart-
ed Brad McCrory.
glewood High School in L o s
Angeles, will - get ais out-state
tuition picked up by the Ath-
letic Department. Boawies can
go at either 167 .>r 177, but
Johannesen calls him "a real
sleeper. He's a weightlifter, and
he's got great strengtn a n d
Another tuition payment goes
to Harold King, a 190-pounder
who comes via Grand Rapids
.Junior College and Warre:1 Fitz-
gerald High School. A Michigan
State champ at 180 in 1972-73, he
will battle holdover Steve Sch-
uster to succeed de.ar;ed teai
captain Dave Curby.
Among next-year's walk-ons,

I grapplers
perhaps the most ntaresting is for ex-Michigan All-American
Steve Halprin, a 118-pounder Billy Davids.
from Malone, New York, who
twice finished in the top six at 0 MIKE McDowell (190) By-
the State tournament. ron Center H.S. - 2nd at heavy-
weight in Michigan Class C
HALPRIN will have to beat tournament.
out two sophomores, Todd Sch- 0 Tom Malinak (Hwt.) r lem-
neider and Greg Haynes, to re- ington, Pa. - 3rd in Penpsyl-
place NCAA-runnerur Jim vania tournament, retrui"ed by
Brown in the lead-off slut football.
Other prospects exorated on . Lewis Smith (Hwt) - 2-
campus next fall include: time New England champ, also
* Dave Gilliam (134), Colum- plays football.
bus, Ohio - 5th at the Ohio Billy Jo still hopes to con-
State tournament. vince one or two more people
* Bill Petosky (158-67), Ann to try Michigan wrestling, but
Arbor Pioneer -5th in Michigan these guys, plus returners, are
at 155. the people he's counting on for
* Jeff Chudy (167), Warren next year, when Michigan
Mott H.S. - qualified for the wrestling will face one of :as
state tournament, and wrestled toughest schedules ever.

Thinclads floun 'er

Michigan's track team got off
to a running start last Friday
at the Big Ten Championship
meet at Iowa by qualifying in
every event. In Saturday's fin-
als, it fell flat on its face.
After winding up the first day
of competition with a respect-
able 12 team points behind pow-
erful Indiana (33) and Illinois
(26), the Wolverines faltered,
and ended up in a sixth place
deadlock with Iowa at 32 paints.
Illinois dethroned the Hoosiers
1281/2 to 127 for the Conference
Mike McGuire was the only
Saving Grace for the Maize
and Blue. He sped to a first
place finish in the six mile
run with a 28:59.7 clocking.
Head coach Jack Harvey said
that the six mile run was anti-
climatic as Illinois speedster
Craig Virgin, whom the Wol-
verine coaches had expected to
challenge McGuire, ran t h e
three mile instead.
While McGuire's time a n d
first place finish qualified him

for the NCAA meet in Provo, end on a sour note, managing
Utah, a pulled muscle forced a mere 9:19.2 for a third place
another Michigan NCAA hope- finish.
ful, Jeff Mcleod, out of t h e "Meyer was a disappointment
championship heat in the 440 in the steeplechase," Harvey
yard dash. The untimely injury said. "We had expected him to
prevented McLeod from com- be in the top two but he was a
peting with the mile relay unit, slow third."
which finished a dismal eighth Harvey added that Meyer
with a 3:16.7 time. might have qualified for the
"The times were pretty good NCAA's 1ter in June despite
overall and most of the guys the third place finish, had his
ran well, Harvey, said. "Andy time been a little faster.
Johnson ran a 1:50.9 (in the Michigan managed to break
880 yard run) and that's not into the top six in only four oth-
bad. It equals the best time er events..Abe Butler was fourth
he's ever run." in the triple jump at 48-3314
The Wolverines' sly other while Dave Williams ran fifth
bright spot was Doug Gibbs, a in the 440 with a 48.3.
junior from Flint who leaped 6- Jon Cross finished fifth be-
10 for third place in the high hind McGuire in the six mile
jump. Bill Knoedel of Iowa set andJim Bowe grabbed sixh
a new meet and track record in place in the 220 behind Michi-
that event with a 7-3 leap. gan State's fleet Marshall Dill.
The Wolverines must now ore-
Knoedel had set the track pare for the Central Collegiate
rd earlier this year wit. Conference Track meet which
spring of 7-21/. they host at Ferry Field this
Greg Meyer, defending Big Friday. Harvey said that Penn
Ten 3000-meter steeplechase State has the best shot at the
champion, also ended the week- title.

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