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Saturday, June 14,.,1975-
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Saturday, June 14, 1975 THE MiCHit~AN DAILY rage cieven
SPORTS OF THE DAILY
'M' women: Tennis in K-Zoo
HE University of Michigan will send four of
its top women tennis aces to Kalamazoo
College today to participate in the Women's
Collegiate National Tennis Championship. This
is a historic first for the Michigan women in this
week-long event and the tournament starts to-
morrow, June 15.
Wolverines Janet Wilson, Annette Zahaross, An-
dy Laffey and Missy Pollick will each compete in
the singles tournament.
And if the women can't do the trick alone,
they'll pair up and see what can be done on
the bigger court in the doubles competition.
The doubles teams will be Laffey and Zahaross
while Pollick and Wilson will come together as
the second Maize and Blue pair.
For all interested spectators, the tournament
sill take place at Stowe Stadium at Kalamazoo
College, right on the campus.
Slain gridder's trial:
By The Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - A Circuit Court jury ac-
(qitted four men yesterday who were charged
in the fatal shooting of University of Illinois
football player Greg Williams.
Innocent verdicts were returned for Jeff Davis,
21, Romie Hunter, 21, Steven Dorsey, 24, and
David Kelly, 21, all of Champaign. They had all
been charged with murder.
Testimony at the trial said the four men were
present at a melee at the Kappa Alpha Psi
fraternity house when Williams was shot Nov.
9 but defense attorneys said their clients left
the area when trouble broke out.
The disturbance erupted when fraternity mem-
bers attempted to eject a number of persons
who sought to gain admission to a party- without
payving a $1 charge.
Williams, of Miami, was not qupartered with
the Illini football team the night he was shot
because of a leg injury.
Thomas Knight, assistant state's attorney, de-
clined to say whether an investigation into the
shooting will continue.
Giving up hedonism
PARIS - Bjorn Borg, the heart-throb of a
million female tennis fans, was given a new
order by his coach yesterday: "Stop sleeping in
The 19-year-old Swedish star, defending his
French title, had the scare of his young life
Thursday. He cricked his neck in his hotel show-
er and thought he would have to pull out of the
Masseurs got him fit in time, and he slam-
med Harold Solomon of Silver Springs, Md.,
6-1, 7-5, 6-4.
But Lennart Bergelin, the coach who has made
Borg into a world star, told him this sleeping in
the nde has to stop.
"It is asking for trouble, sleeping naked in
the air conditioning of hotel bedrooms," Berge-
lin said. "It may have had something to do
with this neck trouble.
"I am ging to buy him a smart modern night
shirt, and he is going to wear it from now on.,
Sugar Bowl report
NEW ORLEANS - The Big Ten and Pac-8 are
reconsidering their Rose Bowl-only rule, and
that makes things even sweeter for the Sugar
Bowl, says Joe Katz of the Mid-winter Sports
"We're elated about the prospects," K a t z
said. "We've had people calling since the specula-
tion began, wanting to know when mail orders
for tickets will be taken.
"If nothing else, there's the possibility the
Sugar Bowl will have -more attractive teams to
ohoose from than we've had in the past."
From Wire Service Reports
ARLINGTON, Tex. - Gaylord Perry, Cleve-
land's 20-game winner, was traded to the Texas
Rangers for three pitchers-Jim Bibby, Jackie
Brown and a minor leaguer, Rick Waits.
Perry comes to Texas with a 6-9 record. The
31-year-old Bibby is 2-6 for the season and
Brown, who has been used in relief most of
the year is 5-5.
Ranger coach Billy Martin, who has com-
plained constantly to umpires that Perry throws
a spitball, and was fired by Detroit after or-
dering two of his pitchers to retaliate in kind,
said, "I would like to announce that I defi-
nitely do not think Perry throws a spitball."
Cleveland General Manager Phil Seghi said
trading Perry was one of the most difficult de-
cisions he's ever had to make as a big league
Perry commented that, "I can leave Cleve-
land s-wing I eurned my keep." He also added
that friction between him and Indian manager
Frank Robinson, "was blown out of propor-
Bucky Dent's gripe
By The Associated Press
CBICAGO - Soft-spoken Bucky Dent, the
American League's top hitting shortstop and one
of the defensive leaders, is miffed at being
eighth in All-Star voting for the position.
"You have to be disappointed when you go
out there, play hard every day and hardly
get noticed," said the 24-year-old anchor of
the White Sox infield. "Naturally, you feel
had about it."
Dent carried a .308 batting average into last
night's game with the New York Yankees. The
leader in the early balloting for shortstop re-
leased this week was Oakland's Bert Campa-
neris who is batting .228.
NEW YORK - The baseball news keeps
right on coming. The New York Yankees found
the infielder they had been seeking, purchas-
ing veteran shortstop Ed Brinkman from the
Texas Rangers for an undisclosed amount of
Yankees President Gabe Paul paid an esti-
mated $50,000 for Brinkman. The New York
club has been seeking infield help all season
with shortstop Jim Mason batting only .144
and second baseman Sandy Alomar struggling
with a .194 average.
New hoop league
ST. LOUIS - The formation of a new colle-
giate basketball conference made up of schools
located in major metropolitan areas was an-
Larry Albus, St. Louis University athletic
director and the first commissioner of the new
conference, said the new league would con-
sist of his school, Cincinnati, Memphis State,
Louisville, Georgia Tech and Tulane..
San Diego sold team, Commissioner Dave De-
NEW YORK - The San DeBusschere also said that
Diego franchise of the Ameri- disposition of the financially
can Basketball Association was troubled Memphis franchise
sold to Frank Goldberg, a San had not yet been finalized, but
Diego furniture dealer who had probably would be within 10
been part owner of the Denver days to two weeks.
It's like the joke about the
father who buys his son his
first jock strap, and the kid
puts it on backwards because,
the nine-year-old asks, "How
am I going to protect my rear
when I slide into second?"
Anyway, for eight-year-old
Nancy Winnard, who plays for
the Romulus Little League,
she has been benched for not
wearing an athletic supporter
with a protective cup. Her
parents have hired a lawyer
to fight the case.
See story on Page 5.
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