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Wednesday. Julv 16. 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven
SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
Prosecution rests
in Forbes trial

By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS - B o s t o n
Bruins hockey Coach Don Cher-
ry testified yesterday that wing-
er Dave Forbes was "a very dis-
traught young man" after learn-
ing that Henry Boucha of the
Minnesota North Stars was in-
jured in a fight with the Boston
player.
Forbes, 26, is charged w i t h
aggravated assault with a dan-
gerous weapon, his hockey
stick, in an attack on Boucha
during a National Hockey Lea-
gue game Jan. 4 at Bloomington,
Minn.
The trial, which began last
Wednesday, could go to the jury
ojf seven men and five women
by late Wednesday.
Cherry was the first witness
called by the defense after the
prosecution rested its case. NHL
President Clarence Campbell
was the last of about 25 witnes-
ses called by the state.
The Bruins coach testified
that Forbes had tears in his
eyes when he came to the
Boston ench following t h e
scrap with Boucha.
"He said, 'What have I done?
What have I done?' " said Cher-
ry. "I put my arms around him
and I said, Let's take it easy
and go to the dressing room,' "
Cherry told the court.
After reaching the dressing
room, Cherry said that all For-
bes "wanted to do was go to

see Henry. He, Forbes, had
tears in his eyes and his face
was white as a ghost."
Jawbreaker
MORZINE-AVORIAZ, France
- Belgian cycling star E d d y
Merckx suffered a jaw fracture
in a fall in yesterday's stage of
the Tour de France but said he
would continue in the race.
"No doctor can forbid me
from finishing the Tour de
France," said the five-time win-
ner of the event who currently
is second to France's Bernard
Thevenet.
X rays showed that Merckx
had a fracture of the upper
jaw with a perforation of the
sinus, the tour doctor said.
The tour has five days to go,
with the Wednesday's individual
time trial against the clock of
40 kilometers critical to Mer-
ckx's chances to overhaul The-
venet.
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Gesund auf deinem keppel!
Johnny Bench displays his affection for Manny Sanguillen of the Pittsburgh Pirates, before yes-
terday's All-Star game in Milwaukee.
Major League Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE a il

East
W L Pct. GB
Pittsburgh 5 33 .625 -
Philadelphia 49 40 .551 61/
New York 43 42 .506 10Y2
St. Louis 42 44 .488 12
tisicago 42 48 .467 14
Montreal 35 48 .422 17%4
West
Cincinnati 61 29 .678 -
Los Angeles 49 42 .538 521
San Francisco 41 47 .466 19
San Diego 41 49 .456 20
Atlanta 39 49 .443 21
Houston 33 59 .359 29
.Today's Games
No games scheduled
Billboard
There will be a club golf
championship at the Univer-
sity of Michigan Course open
to students, faculty and alumni
of the University. Qualifying
rounds begin July 19. There is
a $15.00 entree fee that covers
all matches. Trophies and
merchandise gift certificates
will be awarded to winners.
For information call 663-5005.

East
W L Pet, on
Boston 50 37 .575 -
New York 45 41 .523 4'A
Milwaukee 46 42 .523 41/
Baltimore 41 44 .482 8
Cleveland 40 46 .465 9Y2
Detroit 39 47 .453 101%
west
Oakland 55 32 .632 -
Kansas City 47 71 .534 8%
Chicago 40 45 .471 14
Texas 41 4 .456 151
Minnesota 39 48 .448 16
California 40 51 .440 17
Today's Games
No games scheduled
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