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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

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SPORTS OF TIHE DAILY
Aui says Bugner fgt wil be last
By The Asociated Press $8 million. He is getting $2
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia million plus expenses to fight
- Muhammad Ali said yester- Bugner.
ay his heavyweight champion- The 33-year-old champion,
hip defenae against Joe Bugner seemingly- restless and saying
i July 1 will be his last fight. he was tired of training and
"You can write I'm gonna re-even of the adulation that ia Marcel signs
ire," Ali told a news confer- continually showered upon him,
'nce he called for his hotel fol- said he had told his manager, MARCELDIONNE,
swing a training session. Herbert Muhammad, of his de- i for the
"I'm gonna announce it offi- cision. NHL last season for the De-

cially on television so the
people can hear my voice,"
said Ali. "To fans and non-fans
alike this will be the last time
you'll see me fight."
All says his decision to re-
tire was made over the pro-
test of leaders of Muslim na-
tions.
Ali said that his ability to
draw attention to any part of
the world made the Muslim
leaders want him to come to
their countries and boost their
international reputations.
Ali's announcement was
greeted with skepticism by
some of his camp followers.
"He ain't gonna turn down $8
million," said one.
"He's on one of his ram-
pages, he won't retire," Joe
Bugner said on hearing of
Ali's announced retirement.
"I just hope Muhammad
doesn't retire because I want to
meet him in a return."
And Ali did seem to leave a
little room for a change of
mind when at one point he said,
"Pin 99 per cent sure I'n gon-
na retire."
A retirement would mean
there would be no third fight
igainst Joe Frazier, a fight
for which he would get about

In case you
haven't heard
KALAMAZOO - Trinity Uni-
versity of San Antonio, Tex.,
collected all of the trophies Sun-
day in the final round of the
National Women's Collegiate
Tennis Championships.
The Tigerettes swept team,
singles and doubles titles in a
field of 70 schools.
Stephanie Tolleson of Trin-
ity defeated Lele Forood of
Stanford University 5-7, 6-0,
6-1 in an all-freshman singles
final.
Trinity couldn't lose in the
doubles as Jo Anne Russell and
Donna Stockton of the Texas
school defeated teammates
Sandy State and Miss Toleson
6-1. 6-2 in the title match.
Trinity combined a record 35
points in winning the national
collegiate championship for the
fourth time in the eight-year his-
tory of the tournament.
Pistons new GM
DETROIT - The Detroit
Pistons announced that part-
owner and legal counsel Oscar
Feldman has been appointed
- general manager of the Na-

trait Red Wings, signed with
the Los Angeles Kings yes-
terday for a reported $1%
million over five years. Di-
onne, unhappy with the Red
Wings and the city of De-
troit, played out his option.
The Wings got veteran Ter-
ry Harper and winger Dan-
ny Maloney, along with a
second round draft pick in
1976.

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tional Basketball Association
team.
Feldman is one of 11 Piston
owners, and will take over
business responsibilities for-
mally handled by Edwin Coil,
who resigned his post once
year after the owners bought
the Pistons.
The Pistons said Herb Brown
has been appointed assistant
coach to Coach Ray Scott.
Brown has been coaching in the
small college and international
amateur and professional ranks.

yonu
couw SAVE
a FRIENDS UFE

Ma;or Leaoue Leaders

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Based on 150 at Bats
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Carew Min 59 214 38 81 .379
itargrove Tex 58 197 38 70 .355
Lnn Bsn 58 214 43 74 .346
Mnson NY 63 247 37 83 .336
Risle Min 59 220 34 69 .314
R. white NY 56 206 42 64 .311
McRae KC 68 259 34 80 .309
Braun Min 52172 20 53 .308
'iiint Mil 55 211 30 65 .308
C. Wash't'n Ok 68 263 35 81 .308
Home Runs
honds, New York, 16; R. Jackson,
Oakland, 16; Horton, Detroit, 15;
iitiorroughs, Texas, 15; Lynn, Bos-
ton, 14.
Runs Batted In
Lynn, Boston, 50; G. Nettles, New
eork. 49; Horton, Detroit, 48; G.
Scott, Milwaukee, 46; McRae, Kan-
sas City, 44; Hisle, Minnesota, 44.
Pitching (7 Decisions)
Palmer, Baltimore, 12-3, .800;
Kaat, Chicago, 10-4, .714; Blyleven,
Minnesota, 5-2, .714; R. May, New
York, 7-3, .700; Busby, Kansas City,
10-5, .667; Blue, Oakland, 10-5, .667;
Fitzmorris, Kansas City, 8-4, .667; 2
Tied with .667.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB a H Pet.
Aladlock Chi 66 266 39 96 .361
Morgan Cin 64 221 45 78 .353
watson Htn 64 239 29 S1 .339
Kowa Phi 41 175 18 59 .337
Sanguillen Pgh 59 211 23 71 .336
Cash Phi 67 277 43 92 .332
JULY 4TH WEEKEND
REDUCED RATES
for
Billiards & Bowling
JULY 4, 5, & 6
MICHIGAN UNION
OPEN 4 P.M.

Griffey Cin 57 177 40 58 .328
R. Smith StL 46 166 27 54 .325
I). Parker Pgh 59 221 35 71 .321
Iose Cin 69 288 44 92 .319
Home Runs
Luzinski, Philadelphia, 16; Bench,
Cincinnati, 14; Schmidt, Philadel-
phia, 13; Baker, Atlanta, 13; Star-
geil, Pittsburgh, 12; Wynn, Los An-
geles, 12.
Runs Batted In
Bench, Cincinnati, 57; Luzinski,
Philadelphia, 50; T. Perez, Cincin-
nati, 48; T. Simmons, St. Louis, 45;
Watson, Houston, 45.
Pitching (7 Decisions)
9tessersmith, Los Angeles, 11-3,
.786; Kison, Pittsburgh, 7-2, .778;
Gullett, Cinconnati, 9-3, .750; Seav-
er, New York, 10-4, .714; S. Stone,
Chicago, 5-2, .714; Billingham, Cin-
cinnati, 7-3, .700; R. Jones, San Dia-
go, 9-4, .692; Reuss, Pittsburgh, 8-4,
.667.

Oscar Feldman
DR. PAUL USLAN
Optometrist
Full Contact Lens Service
Vsuaol Examinations
548 Church 663-2476

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