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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, August 20, 19"

Page iweive THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Wednesday, August 20, 1 9~

SPORTS OF THE DAILY
Amaya stuns ex-NCAA
By The Associated Press Chico and Susan Hagey of La Jolla, Cal., survived Louis Cardinals o
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. - Vic Amaya, No. 1 singles challenges to reach the men's and women's quarter- club with unfair l
for the University of Michigan, scored the first upset final rounds in the Pennsylvania Tennis Championship pro football strike
of the $50,000 Tennis Week Open by defeating fourth- yesterday. Dierdorf a. form
seeded Sandy Mayer of Mendham, N.J., 6-3, 7-6, in first Two of the seeded male players, Eric Friedler can, has charged
round play at the Orange Lawn Tennis Club yesterday. of Evanston, Ill., and Bill Maze of Emeryville, lance and not al
The 6-foot-7, 225-pound college senior scored the Calif., were upset in the first round, access to rookies
only service break of the match in the second game David King of Abilene, Tex-, beat Friedler 7-6, 6-3. present the NFL
of the first set. After that, they played on even Eighth-seeded Maze was eliminated by Miguel Ma- strike.
terms until Amaya won the deciding 12-point tie- rutua of Peru 6-4, 7-5. His charges c
breaker game by a 7-4 margin. Top-seeded Chico Hagey lost a 5-3 lead in the in the suit filed
Mayer, ranked No. 17, is a former NCAA champion. second set and was hard-pressed to get by Larry and its 26 men
Amaya is ranked No. 41 nationally. Gottfried, the U.S. 16-and-under champion from Relations Board
The other first-round matches went as expected. Lauder Bills, Fla. Dierdorf, the St
Balaza Taroczy of Hungary defeated John Puill of Also making the quarter-finals were: fourth-seeded ed the team with
South Africa, 7-5, 6-1, and Anand Amritraj, eldest Bruce Manson of North Hollywood, Calif., who beat nictres of C rd
of the three tennis playing brothers from India, Graham Snook of Cleveland 6-3, 6-3, and Mike Grant, at the c0b's Illi
beat Charlie Owens of Tuscaloosa, Ala., 6-3, 1-6, 6-2. who defeated Trinity University teammate Jim Tim- -t . Jly
Late Monday night top-seeded Jimmy Connors mons, 6-3, 6-4.
thrilled a record of 3,100 fans with a 7-5, 7-6 victory Asked how he
over Jeff Borowiak of Berkeley, Calif. -sby the team. I
Dierdorf takes the stand hired hv the Cs,
NEW YORK - Attorneys for the National Football Dierdorf also c
Friedler fills in first round League Management Council got their opportunity to- the veterans' acc
HAVERFORD, Pa. - The brother-sister team of day to cross-examine Dan Dierdorf, the veteran St. tiding where the

titis t
offensive tackle who has charged 1
labor practices during last summe>
e.
.er University of Michigan All-Ame
d the Cardinals with illegal surve
lowing the striking veterans prop
and free agents so that they mig
Players Association's side of t
iame yesterday as hearings resumed
by the NFLPA against the NFLMC
ober clubs before National Labor
Chief Judge Charles W. -Schneider.
. Louis player representative, chat
h employing a photographer to ta
inals' veterans who were picketi>
nois State University training can
knew the photographer was hired
Dierdorf replied, "I know he was
rdinals because he told me he was."
harged that the Cardinals hinder
ess to rookies and free agents by e
picket line would be set up.

Major League Standings

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Bucs regain NL East lead

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
w L Pet. GB
Boston 75 49 .607 -
Baltimore 66 56 .540 8
New York 62 60 .505 12
Milwaukee 56 67 .455 18
Cleveland 55 66 .453 18,
Detroit 49 74 .39815
West
Oakland 74 59 .602 -
Cansas City 67 54 .553 6
Chicago 60 63 .489 14
Texas 65 65 .485 14?n
Minnesota 58 67 .465 17
California 56 69 .448 19
Yesterday's Games
Texas 2, Cleveland 1
Chicago 7, New York 6
Boston 5, Kansas City0
Minnesota 5. Baltimore 2
Detroit 3, Oakland 1
Today's Games
Milwaukee (Slaton 11-13) at Cali-
fornia (Ryan 12-12), 4 p.m.
Detroit (Bare 7-7) at Oakland
(Siebert 2-3), 4:30 p.m.
Chicago (wood 12-16) at New
York (May 11-8), 8 p.m.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
w L Prt. GB
Pittsburgh 68 55 .552 -
Philadelphia 67 66 .544 1
St. Louis 66 58 .537 2
New York 64 59 .520 4
Chimago 50 69 .450 12
Montreal 52 70 .426 55,.
west
Cincinnati 83 40 .674 -
Los Angeles 60 57 .545 16
Sao Francico 61 63 .490 %1,
San Diego 56 68 .450 27Y
Atlanta 56 70 .445 28?
Houston 47 81 .364 38%
Yesterday's Games
Los Angeles 2, Chicago 1
Atlanta 6, Philadelphia 4
Pittsburgs 4, San Francisco 0
Montreal 5S San Diego0
St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1
New York 6, Houston 3
Today's Games
Los Angeles (Messersmith 14-11)
at Chicago (R. Reuschel 9-13), 2:30
p.m.
Philadelphia (Christenson 6-4) at
Atlanta (Morton 15-12), 7:35 p.m.

By The Associated Press
P I T T S B U GH-Jerry
Reuss pitched a three-hitter
and Al Oliver drove in a pair of
runs with a homer and a double
to help the Pittsburgh Pirates
halt a six-game losing streak
and beat the San Francisco Gi-
ants 4-0 last night.
The victory assured the Pi-
rates of first place in the Na-
tional League East, and it fol-
lowed a 2-12 road trip in which
Pittsburgh squandered a four-
game lead.
REUSS, 13-9, had lost three
games in a row, and the Pi-
rates had scored a total of five
runs for him in those games.

However, the Pirates rapped
10 hits against Giant starter
Jim Barr, 11-10, including solo
homers by Richie Zisk and Oli-
ver.
Phillies flounder
ATLANTA - Dave May
walloped a two-run pinch
homer in the ninth inning last
night, capping an Atlanta come-
back that lifted the Braves to
a 6-4 victory over Philadelphia
and knocked the Phillies out of
a first-place tie in the Nation-
al League's East Division.
ROB BELLOIR singled with
one out in the ninth and May
drilled his eighth home run of
the seasonn off reliever Gene
Garber, 9-8. That dropped the
Phillies one game behind the
Pittsburgh Pirates, who defeat-

ed San Francisco.
The Braves trailed 4-0 aft
2 innings. Greg Luzinski dc
bled home Jay Johnstone wi
the Phils' first run in the fit
inning after Johnstone reach
second on shortstop Belloii
throwing error.
Red Sox roll
KANSAS CITY - Bill I.
hurled a four-hitter and rook
Fred Lynn slammed a doul
and a two-run homer to lei
the Boston Red Sox to a s
victory over the Kansas Ci
Royals last night.
Dwight Evans, Bob Hei
and Rick Burleson also dr
in runs for the Americ
League East leaders.

Inuries fatal to Donohu(
By The Associated Press
GRAZ, Austria - Race driver Mark Donohue, in a coma sin
suffering brain injuries Sunday in a crash during practice for t
Austrian Grand Prix, died late last night of complications aft
surgery, The Associated Press learned.
Donohue, 38, the 1972 Indianapolis 500 winner, died at appro-
mately midnight local time, 7 p.m. EDT, of complications th
arose from the three - hour operation to remove a blood cl
from his brain.
Donohue was hit on the side of his helmet with debris as
his car crashed through four rows of catch fences and some
billboards along the race course.
At first it was thought he had suffered no other injuries than
mild concussion in the crash. But after being checked over
the track hospital, he complained of a worsening headache.
He was rushed to Landes Krankenhaus hospital in Graz aft,
he went into mild convulsions.
Funeral arrangements were incomplete.
Donohue's death was announced by a spokesman for his
car owner, Roger Penske, a close personal friend and a long-
time association. Penske, along with Donohue's wife Eden
and father Mark Sr., were at Donohue's bedside here.
Donohue, who had driven exclusively for Penske since 194
was one of the sport's most versatile and successful performer
He had won 57 major professional races, including NASCA
Grand National events, Sports Car Club of America races a
three U.S. Auto Club events.
One of the sport's $1 million career winners, Donohue a
tired Feb. 15, 1974 after winning the International Race of Chat
pions at Daytona. However, he agreed to drive Penske's ne
Formula I entry in 1975 and 1976. Penske had originally cc
tracted the late Peter Revson to drive the car.
Donohue, a Brown University engineering graduate, won
the Trans-Am and Can-Am series championships, the 24 Hours
of Daytona, the US. Road Racing Championship and was
SCCA Driver of the Year in 1965.
Just two weeks ago Donohue had set the world's cose
course speed record of 221.160 miles an hour in his old Can-A
car.

AP Photo
The Good, the Bad, and the Lousy
ED KIRKPATRICK (23) is out at first but doesn't like the call by umpire Dave Davidson. First
base coach Jose Pagan (right) is suggesting a good optician that he feels Davidson should see.

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