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Saturday, July 26, 175

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, July 26, 1975

Sports of theDailyl
Bryant joins Lions'
DETROIT (UPI)-The Detroit Lions have received rights to
Los Angeles Rams running back Cullen Bryant as compensation
for the loss of wide receiver Ron Jessie, who signed with the
Rams last month after playing out his option with the Lions.
NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle made the compensation
decision after the Lions and Rams failed to agree.
The Lions said Rozelle also would consider further com-
pensation, in the form of future draft choices, at the end of
the coming season. +,
Bryant, 24, is a 6-foot-1 former UPI all-American at Colorado
who also saw kickoff return service with the Rams and was a
top choice in the 1973 college draft.
Jaynes heads south
KANSAS CITY (A'-The Kansas City Chiefs traded quarterback
Dave Jaynes, their third-round draft choice from Kansas in 1974,
to the Atlanta Falcons yesterday for wide receiver Tom Geredine.
Jaynes had reported early to Kansas City's training camp in
an effort to work out sore arm problems which plagued him in
his rookie season last year.
Jaynes was an All-American at Kansas, and he said he
had an idea he would be traded because he had not made
the progress he hoped to under Paul Wiggin, Kansas City's
new coach.
At Atlanta, Jaynes will be competing with Steve Bartkowski,
the California star drafted No. 1 by the Falcons and signed for
$600,000. Atlanta also has Pat Sullivan, the Heisman Trophy winer
at Auburn in 1971.
Nevertheless, Jaynes said he expects to play at Atlanta.
Ely wins title
CALI, Colombia (P-Janet Ely, in her 14th year ofrcompetitive
diving, came from hehind and heat her main Soviet rival yeuter-
day, winning the women's- platform diving title, giving the United
States its eighth gold medal at the second. World Aquatics Cham-
Miss Ely, of Albuquerque, N.M., who finished fourth in this
event at the 1972 Olympics, totalled 403.89 points in defeating Irina
Kalinina of the oviet Union. Miss Kalinina, who won the spring-
board diving title here, was second with 387.99 points and Ulrika
Knape of Sweden, the 1972 Olympic platform champion, was third
with 387.90.
Goodbye Keith, hello Jamaal
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. W) - Keith Wilkes, the son of a
Baptist minister who was the Rookie of the Year in the National
Basketball Association with the Golden State Warriors, petitioned
yesterday to change hs name legally to Jamaal Abdul-Lateef.

By The Assoeiated Press
DETROIT-Mickey Stanley hit reliever Jackie
Brown's first pitch for a two-run triple to key a
four-run sixth inning and lead the Detroit Tigers
to a 4-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians last
Detroit trailed 1-0 going into the sixth. Then
Ben Oglivie doubled and Willie Horton singled
to tie the score. After a single by Bill Freehan,
Brown replaced Don Hood, 3-6, and Stanley
lashed his third hit of the game off the left field
wall. Gene Michael then added a run-scoring
Ray Bare, 6-5, won his fourth straight start but
needed relief help from John Hillez in the seventh
after Alan Ashby hit a two-run homer.
Cleveland got a run in the first inning on singles
by Buddy Bell and Rick Manning and a sacrifice
fly by Boog Powell.
Hank clouts Brds
MILWAUKEE-Hank Aaron's three-run double
and Jim Colborn's three-hit pitching lifted the
Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-2 victory over the
Baltimore Orioles last night.
The Brewers loaded the bases on three walks
with one out in the fifth and Aaron cleared them
with his drive off the left field wall to erase a
2-0 deficit and chase Mike Torrez, 1-6, who had
won his last four decisions.
Bob Darwin singled to make it 4-2 in the
seventh and George Scott singled for another

Tie, 4-3
run io the eighth.
Yanks clean Sax
NEW YORK-Lou Piniella drove in four runs
with a triple and a single last night and Chris
Chambliss drove in two more, helping the New
York Yankees defeat the Boston Red Sox 8-6.
The triumph brought the Yankees within
seven games of the sizzling Red Sox, who lost
for only the third time in 17 games.
Piniella's triple produced a 2-0 Yankee lead
in the third after an error by Boston first base-
man Bob Montgomery put runners on second and
third. The New York right-fielder then belted a
two-run single as the Yankees put the game
away with a four-run seventh inning.
After the RedjSox tied the score 2-2 in the
top of the fourth, the Yankees scored the go-
ahead run off Luis Tiant, 13-10; on a single by
Chambliss and a triple by Ed Herrmann in
the bottom of the inning.
Reds see split
CINCINNATI-Pete Rose slugged a three-run
homer to cap a four-run seventh inning that
vaulted Cincinnati to a 6-3 victory over Los An-
geles and gave the Reds a split of their Friday
twi-night doubleheader.
In the first game, Manny Mota squeeze-
bunted home the tie-breaking run in a two-run
eighth inning that boosted the Dodgers to a 4-3

Spectacular round for Brewer
ties Nicklaus in Canadian Open

ILE BIZARD, Canada IP) - stroke of the lead with a 137
Veteran Gay Brewer holed two total.
sand shots for birdies, scored an Australian D a v i d Graham
eagle, came from three strokes scrambled for a 71 and fourth
off the pace with a 68 and tied alone at 138.
Jack Nicklaus for the lead yes- Tom Weiskopf, who matched
terday in the second round of Nicklaus' opening 65, blew to a
the weather - worried, $200,000 wildly erratic 74 and a 139
Canadian Open Golf Tourna total.
"Uncanny," said the amazed, Mann leads LPGA
43-year-old Brewer, who scored PHILADELPHIA (R') -- Carol
the last of his 11 career Mann, who failed to make the
triumphs in this Canadian cut in last week's U.S. Women's
national championship in 1972. Open, and Donna Caponi Young,
Brewer put together a two- finally regaining her form after
round total of 136, four-under- being slowed by a hip injury,
par for two trips over the wind- shot five-under-par 68s yaster-
whipped, wet Royal Montreal day to lead the first round of the
Golf Club course. $40,000 Ladies Profesisonal Golf
Nicklaus had a 71, one-over- Association tournament 'y one
par, when the wind was at its sThe 30-yer-old Mrs. Young,
worst-40 miles per hour and who won two tournaments and
strong enough to blow down as at the top of her game
concession tents and power lines. when she hurt her hin prac-
Ken till had a 67, the best ticing before the third round
round of the raw, chilly, windy of the LPGA Chamnionshin at
day and moved to within a Baltimore, fired in five birds
Major League Standings
East . East
w L Pet. GB w L Pet. Go
Boston 57 40 .587 - Pittsburgh 60 37 .669 -
New York 50 47 .516 7 Philadelphia 56 43 .566 5
Baltimore 48 47 .505 8 New York 49 45 .521 9
Milwaukee 50 49 .505 8 St. Louis 49 48 .505 11
Detroit 44 53 .453 13 Chicago 45 54 .455 16
Cleveland 42 53 .442 4 Montreal 39 54 .419 19
west west
Oakland 57 39 .629 Cincinnati 65 35 .650 -
Kansas City 51 46 .525 10 Los Angeles. 53 48' .525 121'
Chicago 47 48 '495 13 San Francisco 48 50 .490 16
Texas 47 52 a83 15 San Diego 46 54 .460 19
California 44 55 444 18 Atlanta 43 56 .34 21
Minnesota 41 56 423 20 Houston 36 65 .356 29'1!
Yesterday's Results
Yesterday's Results New York 6, Chicago 3
Kansas City 6, Texas 3, 1st Los Angeles 4, Cincinnati 3, 1st
Detroit 4, Cleveland 3 Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 3, 2nd
New York 8, Boston 6 San Diego 7, Atlanta 3, 1st
Milwaukee 5, Baltimore 2 San Diego 8, Atlanta 1, 2nd
Today's Games St. Louis 4, Philadelphia 3, lst
Boston (Lee 12-6) at New York Today's Games
(Dobson 9-10), 2 p.m. New York (Stone 2-3) at Chi-
Cleveland (Peterson 4-7) at De- cago (Burris 8-7), 2:15 p.m..
troit (Lolich 10-8), 2:15 p.m. Los Angeles (Rau 8-7) at Cincin-
Baltimore (Cuellar 9-6) at Mil- nati (Billingham 10-5), 2:15 p.m.
waukee (Slaton 9-9), 2.:30 p.m. 'Montreal (Rogers 6-7) at Pitts-
Chicago (Kaat 14-6) at Oakland burgh (Rooker 7-5), 2:15 p.m.
San Francisco (Falcone 7-6 and
(Bsman "-) 4:30 - pm.Bradley 1-2) at Houston (Forsch' 4--
Minnesota (Colts 7-8 and Albury and Konieczny 4-10), 2, 6:35 p.m.
5-4).at California (Figueroa 8-6 and San Diego (Strom 5-4) at Atlanta
Ryan 1041), 2, 0 p.m. (Morton-lu-li), 7:31 p.m.
Texas (Jenkins 12-l0) at Kansas Philadelphia (Carlton 0-7) at St.
City (Busby 12-8), 8:30 p.m. Louis (Rasmussen 1-0), 8 p.m.

and played the other 13 boles
in par for her 33-35-68.
Mrs. Young was one stroke be-
hind the leaders in the LPGA,
when she heard something po
on her left hip while practising
wedge shots.
"A physical therapist told
me I had pulled a muscle in
the left rib cage. But I've won
two Opens and I know how
important it is to win an Open
or an LPGA championship. I
wasn't going to quit," said
Mrs. Young.
One stroke behind the colea-
ders were JoAnne Carner, a
three-time tour winner, and Mrs.
Mary Canney, a mother of toter
girls who manages to get sway
from the family for six ar even
torrnaments a year. Mrs. Car-
ner shot 32-37-68, with. three
birdies, an eagle and one bogey.
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Where's my snow?
This is the "chilling" view a ski jumper gets when coming
off the new summer jump hill at a Munich park. Its surface
is artificial.

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