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Friday, June 20, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

CONNORS, ASHE ELIMINATED

Topn
By The Associated Press
NOTTINGHAM, England - Wimbledon
favorite Jimmy Connors of Belleville, Ill.,
was beaten in the quarter-finals of the
$108,000 John Player Tennis Champion-
ship yesterday as two other seeds also
fell by the wayside.
The top-seeded Connors was defeated,
7-5, 6-3, by Roscoe Tanner of Lookout
aountain, Tenn., as players struggled to
familiarize themselves with grass courts
again.
Also out of contention after the quar-
ter-finals were Guilermo Vilas of Ar-
gentina and Arthur Ashe of Richmond,
Va., seeded No. 2 and 3 here.
Vilas seemed troubled by the grass
court and he went down, 4-6, 6-2, 7-5, to
Australian Phil Dent.
Ashe was topled, 6-3, 6-4, by Aus-
tralian veteran Tony Roche, who now
meets Tanner in Friday's semifinals.
Nuggets pen "Eraser"
DENVER - College basketball's se-
cond all-time rebounder, 7-foot center

tters fall at

Marvin "The Human Eraser" Webster,
said he signed with the American Bas-
ketball Association Denver Nuggets be-
cause he was not pleased with Atlanta
of the rival National Basketball Associa-
tion. ,
In officially announcing the signing of
the pact with Denver at a news confer-
ence yesterday. Webster said he liked
the people involved with the Denver
franchise and that was the most import-
ant factor. And he said coming to a team
that was already successful also was a
factor
U.S. Open-opens
MEDINAH, Ill. - Pat Fitzsimons scor-
ed an ace and tied Tom Watson for the
lead at four-under-par 67 while the heav-
ily favored Jack Nicklaus struggled to a
72 yesterday early in the first round
of the 75th United States Open G olf
Championship.
Fitzsimons, a lightly-considered long-

shot in a field of the world's best shot-
makers, scored his first competitive hole
in one on the second hole, needed only
four putts on the first five holes and
scrambled home over the wet and sog-
gy, 7,032-yard Medinah Country Club
course.
Watson, who held the lead after 54 holes
of this championship last season then
blew it in the final round, birdied two of
his last three holes in muggy, steamy
heat to gain a share of the lead.
McTear to miss AAU meet
EUGENE, Ore. - Teen-age sprint sen-
sation Houston McTear will not appear
in his first Amateur Athletic Union Track
and Field Championships this weekend
because the AAU refused to send enough
money to cover his expenses, McTears
high school principal said yesterday.
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Steeler's sign Greenwood
PITTSBURGH - Defensive end L. C.

layer's
Greenwood signed a multi-year contract
with the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday
ending speculation that he might join
another football team.
Greenwood, a free agent since May I
after playing out the option year of his
contract with the Steelers, had signed a
contract with the Birmingham Ameri-
cans of the World Football League.
But the Americans failed to fulfill con-
tractual obligations and eventually fold-
ed. That opened the way for the 6-foot-
6, 245-pound All Pro to return to the
World Champion Steelers.
Wooden rejects ABA
SAN DIEGO - John Wooden says he
is definitely not going to coach the San
Diego entry in the American Basketball
Asociation or any other profesional team.
"I wouldn't like all the travel, but
more important, I object to the pros' way
of life," Wooden said in an interview
yesterday.

Maior Leaoue Leaders

AMERICAN LEAGUE
1*atyer Club G AB R H Pct.
Carew Min 55 194 36 75 .387
Hargrove Tex 54 180 36 65 .361
Lynn Bsn 54 199 42 70 .352
Munson NY 60 234 36 78 .333
Hisle Min 57 220 34 69 .314
C. May Chi 58 206 24 64 .311
C. wash'n'tn Ok 64 245 32 76 .310
It. white NY 52 187 39 58 .310
Fount Mil 52 197 27 61 .310
E. Maddox NY 55 218 36 67 .307
Home Runs
Horton, Detroit, 15; Bonds, New
York, 15; R. Jackson, Oakland, 15;
Burroughs, Texas, 15; Lynn, Boston,
14.
Runs Batted In
Lynn, Boston, 50; Horton, Detroit,
46; G. Scott, Milwaukee, 44; Hisle,
aMinnesota, 44; L. May, Baltimore,
43; G. Nettles, New York, 43.
Pitching (7 Decisions)
Palmer, Baltimore, 11-3, .786; R.
May, New York, 7-2, .778; Kaat, Chi-
cago, 10-3, .769; Blyleven, Minne-
sota, 5-2, .714; Blue, Oakland, 10-5,
.667; Fitzmorris, Kansas City, 8-4,
.667; Lee, Boston, 9-5, .643; Busby,
Kansas City, 9-5, .643.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Madlock Chi 63 254 37 91 .358
Morgan Cin 61 206 44 73 .351
R. Smith StL 42 155 27 53 .342
Watson Htn 61 224 28 76 .339
Sanguillen Pgh 55 198 21 67 .338
Bowa Phi 41 175 18 59 .337
Grubb SD 61 235 36 77 .328
D. Parker Pgh 55 208 32 68 .327
Cash Phi 63 265 40 86 .325
Joshua SF 47 168 23 54 .321
Home Runs
Lzinski, Philadelphia, 14; Hench,
Cincinnati, 14; Schmidt, Philadel-
phia, 13; Baker, Atlanta, 12; Wynn,
Los Angeles, 12.
Runs Batted In
Bench, Cincinnati, 57; Luzinski,
Philadelphia, 44; T. Perez, Cincin-
nati, 44; Staub, New York, 43; T.
Simmons, it, Louis, 42; Watson,
Houston, 42; Cey, Los Angeles, 42;
Garvey, Los Angeles, 42.
Pitching (7 Decisions)
Kison, Pittsburgh, 7-2, .778; Mes-
sersmith, Los Angeles, 10-3, .769;
Gullett, Cincinnati, 9-3, .750; R
Jtones, San Diego, 9-3, .700; Seaver,
New York, 10-4, .714; nillingham,
Cincinnati, 7-3 ,7.00; Sutton, Los
Angeles, 11-5, .688; Fryman, 0on-
treal, 63, .667.

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