Tuesdoy, June 10, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Tuesday, June 10, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Eleven
By AL HRAPSKY
Michigan's Steve Grote, a jun-
ior guard, is taking part in the
Pan American game trials in
Salt Lake City, Utah this week.
A team is to be selected from
a field of some 40 players for
international competition which
commences in October.
IF GROTE is chosen, he'll
miss the first 10 days of the
Wolverines 'practice but would
still be eligible under NCAA
rules to participate in the regu-
Assistant coach Jim Dutcher
said, "It's a good lead into the
Olympics." "If he (Grote)
makes it and has a good year
as a junior, he'll have a real
good chance of making the
Olympics." The summer
pics will take place in 19i
HONOLULU OP) - John
combe will be sidelined a
three weeks with a knee i
which means he would mi
Wimbledon tennis cha.
ships which open June 23.
T H E AUSTRALIAN
star suffered torn ca
during the Hawaii Leis
with the Pittsburgh Tri
in Pittsburgh Saturday nil
spokesman for the World
tennis club said Newc
saw a New York doctor w
termined that surgery w-
necessary but that Newc
would be unable to pla
SPORTS OF THE DAILY
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LOS ANGELES (P) - Pitcher he I
New- Dave McNally of the Montreal "
t least Expos told General Manager with
njury, Jim Fanning yesterday that he Fan
ss the was retiring from baseball. Nall
mpion- McNALLY, 32, who starred cert
for the Baltimore Orioles before this
tennis being traded to the Expos last cau
rtilage winter, had won his first three club
match games of 1975 but then lost six B
angles of his last eight starts, in- urge
ght. A cluding the opener Sunday of a side
Team doubleheader against San door
combe Diego. the
ho de- He walked out of the club-
as un- house and apparently went di- Ex
combe rectly to his Lutherville, Md. X
*y for home. After the Expos charter O
e left San Diego without
for Los Angeles, McNally
t called Manager Gene
uch and then Fanning to say
had decided to retire.
HE WAS very disappointed
his performance recently,"
ning said. "And Dave Mc-
ly has a lot of pride. He is
ain in his own mind that
is what he wants to do, be-
se he felt he was letting our
oth Mauch and Fanning
ed the left-hander to recon-
r his decision and said the
r was open for his return to
National League club.
RANGE, N. J. (A) - Owen
T. "Owney" Carroll, longtime
former Seton Hall baseball
coach and a major league pitch-
er for nine years, died Sunday
at St. Mary's Hospital following
a long illness. He was 72.
CARROLL, a pitching great
at Holy Cross College, signed
with the Detroit Tigers for a
$25,000 salary, a huge sum
then, after graduating in 1925.
He pitched in the major
leagues for nine years, playnig
for Detroit, the New York Yan-
kees, Cincinnati Reds and for-
mer Brooklyn Dodgers, com-
piling a 65-89 won-lost record.
His record at Hily Cross was
50 wins, two losses and one tie.
No. 1 FSU out of series Carew
EMU facEin elimination
By The Associated Press
OMAHA, Neb. - So much for college baseball polls. Seton
halil and Arizona State proved that rankings don't mean much
when it comes to the College World Series.
"This is really a great ballclub, I am just sorry we did
not show it to the people here," summed up Florida State Coach
Woody Woodward after his top-rated team was eliminated
Sniday 11-0 by Seton Hall.
Well, what about No. 2.
That would be Texas, and the Longhorns also were on the
wrong end, losing 5-2 to Arizona State but remaining alive in the
double-elimination tournament that is down to six teams.
Fourth-ranked South Carolina recouped a little prestige for
the ratings compiled by the newspaper "Collegiate Baseball,"
by toppling upstart Eastern Michigan 5-1 in a game called
in the sixth inning because of rain.
The only unbeatens - Arizona State, 60-11, and South Carolina,
49-4 - battle tonight, Texas, 53-6, tests Se-ton Hall, 32-9, and Ok-
lahoma, 51-9, plays Eastern Michigan 37-19 in elimination games
played last night.
"It was a fantastic season for us but we certainly did not let
the people of Omaha know the kind of team we had," added
Woodward, whose team was surprised 2-1 in 10 innings Saturday
night by Eastern Michigan and finished 49-10.
"We didn't even show them we knew how to play. We are
not proud of the way we performed here, but I am proud of the
way we played all season."
Seton Hall, playing only hours after it had received word of
the death of former Coach Owen Carroll, ripped five Florida
State pitchers for 12 hits and coasted. Ricky Cerone knocked
in four runs including two with his 14th home run of the
season, a 400-foot plus drive.
South Carolina used a classy pitching performance by Greg.
Ward, 14-2, and three runs batted in by batterymate Greg Keatley
Ward, a senior right-hander, allowed only a firs-t inning single
to Glenn Gulliver and a fifth inning single to Mike Lauerman,
which produced the Huron's only run.
Ward struck out six and picked up his 14th win in 16 decisions.
Freshman Bob Welch, who started strong, took the loss and
surrendered nine hits as Eastern Michigan dropped to 37-19.
MHR I presents:
Dr. H.J. Abe Goodman
Associate Professor, University of Calgary,
"Current Issues Concerning the World
Information System-Encyclopedio Notion"
NEW YORK (;P) - Second
baseman Rod Carew of t h e
Minnesota Twins, who is hav-
ing a tremendous year at bat,
is easily the leading vote-getter
in the early balloting for t he
American League All-Star team,
the baseball commissioner's of-
fice announced yesterday.
Carew, hitting .418 going into
Monday night's games, has 81,.
757 votes among the early re-
turns. The runnerup at sec:>nd
base is Boby Crich of Balti-
more with 12,727. The sec ond
top vote getter is outfielder
Reggie Jackson of Oakland with
Second in voting for 'e three
outfield positions is Hank Aa-
ron, an all-time great but an
American League "rookie."
Aaron, a designated hitter for
Milwaukee after 20 years in the
National League, has 48,287 vot-
es. Joe Rudh of Oakland is third
with 30,705, just 313 votes more
than Bobby Bonds of the New
Other leaders were catcher
Thurman Munson of New York,
37,716; first baseman Geoege
Scott of Milwaukee, 25,038; third
baseman Aurelio Rodriguez of
Detroit, 27,092 and short.top
Bert Campaneris of Oakland,
leads AL voting
The first National League tab- NATE COLBERT, DETROIT, 19,874.
ulations will be announced Fri- MikeHa Bgrace, Texas, 16,643. Lee
day. May, nattimore, 14,131. Gene Ten-
day. ace, Oakland, 12,922. John May-
berry, Kensas City, 8,593. Chris
Chambliss, New York, 1,885.
Rod Carew, Minnesota, 81,757.
Bobby Brich, Baltimore, 12,727.
Cookie Ropas, Kansas City, 8,229.
Lenny Randle, Texas, 4,456. Denny
'Doyle,California, as. Jorge Orta,
Chicagos,5133. Onve Nelsen, Texas
2,041. Sandy Alomar, New York,
AURELIO RODRIQUEZ, Detroit,
27,092. Don Money, Mitwaukee, 25,-
181. Brooks Robinson, Baltimore,
25,064. sal Bando, Oakland, 17,030.
DaveChalk, California, 8,753. Rico
I'etroc 111. Boston, 6006. ' in ig et-
; ties, Ne.w York, 5,544. Buddy Bll,
Bert Campaneris. Oakland, 42471.
Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 36.556.
Dannv Thompson, Minnesota, 16,-
AURELIO RODRIGUEZ 887. Mark Belanger, Bleima e14,-
365. Rev Sm~alley, Toxas, 4,285. Fred
Patek. Kansas City, 3,666. Toby Har-
AL Voting breakdown by posi- rah. Te'as, 2,886. Bucky Dent, Chi-
Thurman Munson, New oYrk 37,- Reggie Jackson, Oakland, 49,335.
716. BILL FREEHAN, DETROIT, Hank Aaron. Milwaukee, 48,287. Joe
23,644. Darrell Porter, wilwaukee, Rudi, Oakland, 30.705. Bobby
15,405. Ellie Rodriquez, California, Bonds, New York, 30,392. Mickey
14,053. Ray Fosse, Oakland, 13,754. Rivers, California, 25,557. WILLIE
Carlton Fisk, Boston, 12,324. Jim HORTON, DETROIT, 24.726. Jeft
Sundberg, Texas,a5,993. Tom Egan, Burroughs, Texas, 23.932. Tony
California, 2,619. Oliva, Minnesota, 15,925. Johnny
FIRST BASE Briggs. Milwaukee, 15,626. Bobby
Carl Yas arwin, Minnesota, 12,923. Paul
George Scott, Milwaukee, 25.038. Blair, Baltimore, 11,636. Bill North,
Carl Yastrzemski, Boston, 20,566. Oakland, 12,519.
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