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Page Eight


Tuesday, August 12, 1975
Sports of the Dall
Hide and seek
The Michigan Sports Information Department has no new
information concerning the Wolverine basketball's team's trip to
Egypt. The only semblance of a report received over the week-
end was a dispatch to the State department from Bangui, the capi-
tal city of the Central African Republic, that the team would
be visiting there later this month.
Prior to leaving Ann Arbor the team had made no plans to
visit either Bangui or any other city in the Contral African Re-
public. Both the State Department and the Sports Information
Department were confused by the dispatch.
Tum pane 'de-canonized'
The New Orleans Saints of the National Football League cut
seven players yesterday, including rookie tackle Pat Tumpane.
Tumpane was a starting offensive tackle for Michigan's 1974 Big
Ten co-championship football team.
Too much bread

STORRS; Conn. - A would-be football player at the Unlver-
;, sity of Connecticut won't be playing this season because he fol-
lowed his coach's instructions to the letter.
Y_ At the end of spring practice, Coach Larry Naviaux en-
couraged Bob Chauvin of Leominster, Miss., to get a sum-
mer job that would build up his strength and at the same time,
be financially rewarding.
Chauvin, entering his sophomore year, moved in with an
uncle in Anchorage, Alaska, got a job as an assistant bricklayer
and is earning so much money he decided not to return for fall
AP Photo football camp.
"I am making over $600 per week and by returning home in
time to get in shape for camp I would lose about four week's
rday. Or- pay; and I must think of financing first," Chauvin told Naviaux
o win the in a letter.

Clay champion
Manuel Orantes smashes a backhand in U.S. Clay Courts Tennis Championship yester
antes defeated Guillermo Vilas in the semi-finals 6-4, 6-2 and beat Arthur Ashe 6-2, 6-2 t
championship. Chris Evert won the women's championship.

Maior Leue
sw . Pet. GB
Boston 70 45 .609 6ye
Batimore 63 51 .5550 6
New York 59 55 .518 10%
Milwaukee 54 63 .465 17
Cleveland 51 65 .45 5 70
Detroit 46 71 396 25
Oakland 70 45 .609 -
Kansas. City 64 51 .560 6
Chicago 56 09 .487 14
Texas 56 61 .475 15
Minnnesota 53 65 .445 182:
California 51 66 .436 20
Baltimore 4, Kansas City 0
Texas 7, Detroit 0
Minnesota 8, Milwaukee 7
New Yar kat Calif., inc.
Boston at Oaklatnd, inc.
Today's Games
Kansas City Splittorff 5-6 at Bal-
timore Alexander 5-7 or Grimsley
8-11, 7:30 p.m.
Texas Perzanowski 0-1 at Detroit
Rnhie 9-8, 8 p.m. ,
Cieveland Peterson 6-7 at Chicago
wood 12-14, 5 p.m.
Milwaukee Broberg 5-10 at Minne-
sota Hughes 10-9, 9 p.m.
Boston Wise 15-6 at Cailfornia
Hassler 3-11 or Lane 4-5, 130 p.m.
New York Medich 10-12 at Oak-
land Holtzman 14-9, 11 p.m.
w L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 67 49 .578 -
Philadelphia 64 52 .552 3
St. Louis 60 55 .522 6i
New York 59 56 .513 7,;
Chicago 55 64 .462 13'1
Montreal 48 65 .425 172/
Cincinnati 77 39 .664 -
Los Angeles 62 55 .530 t5.
San Francisco 57 59 .491 20
San Diego 53 63 .457 24
Atlanta 51 66 .436 262
Mouton 45 75 .375 34
Pittsburg 8, Atlanta1
Cincinnati 9, Chicago 3
San Francisco 9, Montreal 2
New York 8, San Diego 4
Hnuston 7, St. Lnuis 2
Los Angeles 7. Philadelphia 1
Today's Games
Pittsburgh Kison 9-8 at Atlanta
Morton 14-12, 7:35 p.m.
Los Angeles Ran 9-9 at Philadel-
phia Underwood 11-8, 7:35 p.m.
Chicago Dettore 4-4 at Cincinnati
Darcy 8-5, 8:05 p.m.
San Francisco Falcone 8-7 at Mon-
treal Warthen 5-4, 8:05 p.m.
San Diego Johnson 1-0 at New
York Seaver 15-7, 8:05 p.m.
6. tooils Denny 6-3 at Houston
itoberts 7-12, 8:33 p.m.

The Michigan Daily

Forbes case dismissed
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. WP) - Hennepin County Atty. Gary
Flakne said today he will not seek a second trial of Boston Bruins
hockey player David Forbes on an aggravated assault charge.
Flakne said he felt fully justified in bringing the case to
"I feel that the jury said loud and clear that they do not feel
that an athlete involved in an athletic contest should be exempt
from the criminal laws," Flakne said "I wholeheartedly agree
with that position."

Pirates stretch lead

By The Associated Press
ATLANTA - Pittsburgh left-
hander John Candelaria limited
Atlanta to four hits in six in-
nings and Manny Sanguillen
keyed a six-run rally in the
ninth inning with a two-run dou-
ble last night as the Pirates
bombed the Braves 8-1.
The victory halted a five-
game Pittsburgh losing streak.
Candelaria, 6-2, didn't allow a
Braves runner past second base
before leaving the game at the
end of the sixth inning after de-
veloping a blister on his finger.
He was replaced by Kent Te-
kulve who surrendered a home
run to Darrell Evans, his 19th
of the year, in the eighth.
Phils messed
PHILADELPHIA - W i l l i e
Crawford socked a two - run
homer, Dave Lopes and Andy
Messersmith also drove in two
runs apiece and Messersmith
hurled a four-hitter, leading the
Los Angeles Dodgers to a 7-1
victory over the Philadelphia
Phillies last night.
T h e Dodgers posted their
fourth consecutive victory in the
nationally televised b a s e b a Itl
game. The defeat dropped the
second-place P h il Ii e s three

games behind Pittsburgh in the
National League's East Divi-
Messersmith, 14-11, notched
his first triumph since July 25
and snapped a personal three-
game losing streak. He also had
dropped seven of his last eight
Padres locked
NEW YORK - Ed Kranepool
belted a three-run homer and
Skip Lockwood posted his first
National League victory with
five innings of scoreless relief
last night as the New York
Mets beat the San Diego Padres
Lockwood, 1 - 1, replaced
starter George Stone at the
start of the third inning and
held the Padres scoreless
through the seventh. Rick
Baldwin finished up.
Padres' ace Randy Jones, 15-
7, surrendered all the Mets runs
in his six-inning stint.
Kranepool's homer, his third
of the season, came in the sixth
inning after a lead-off walk to
Rusty Staub and Joe Torre's
Reds roll
CINCINNATI - Ken Griffey

collected four base hits, includ-
ing a two-run single, and Tony
Perez drove in three runs with
a double and single last night
to power the Cincinnati Reds
past the Chicago Cubs, 5-3.
Jack Billingham, 13-5, over-
came a shaky start for a com-
plete game victory. The Reds
came from behind against Rick
Reuschel, 8-3, who recorded
eight strikeouts in the six in-
nings he worked.
Griffey's two-run single in the
sixth inning broke a 3-3 tie and
the Reds added four more runs
in the eighth on a two-run single
by Perez and a two-run double
by George Foster.
Giants hail
MONTREAL - Ed Halicki
struck out 12 Expos and Chris
Speier drove in three runs last
night as the San Francisco
Giants whipped the Montreal
Expos 9-2.
Speier hit a two-run double in
the first inning after the Giants
loaded the bases against Expos
starter Steve Rogers, 8-9. Der-
rel Thomas singled and Bobby
Murcer and Willie Montanez
drew walks to set up Speier's

Halicki, 6-9, contributed a
two-run single in the third that
pushed the Giants lead to 5-1.
Dave Rader also singled home
a run in the inning. Halicki
allowed seven hits before lead-
ing at the start of the eighth.
16 in a row
DETROIT - Gaylord Perry
fired a five-hitter and Toby
Harrah hit a two-run homer to
lead the Texas Rangers to a 7-0
victory over Detroit last night,
handing the Tigers a club rec-
ord third consecutive shutout
and extending t h e i r losing
streak to 16 games.
While setting a team record
for consecutive. defeats, the
Tigers have not scored a run
in 29 innings and only one Is
the last 37.
Singles by Willie Horton in
the fourth and ninth innings,
Aurelio Rodriguez in the f6it1
and John Knox in the sixth and
an eighth-inning double by Rod-
riguez were the only hits off
Perry, 12-15.
Harrah's 16th home run of
the season in the second innig
was all Perry needed. It caue
off Lerrin LaGrow, 7-12, after
single by Jim Spencer.

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