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Friday, June 4, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPORTS OF THE DAI.Y

Amaya advances in tourney

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PARIS -- Former Michigan
star Victor Amaya moved into
the third round of the French
.pen tennis tournament yester-
day, winning more easily than,
two other big money-winning
Americans, Harold Solomon and
Eddie Dibbs.
Amaya, needed, won an
easy 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 victory over /
Hans Joachim Plots of West
Germany.
Dibbs of Miami, Fla., hurled
a racquet against the umpire's
stand in a display of disgust
with his own play against Hans
Pohmann of West Germany,
then beat him 6-3, 7-5, 6-1. And
the fifth-seeded Solomon, of Sil-
ver Springs, Md., was extended
to the limit by Sashi Menon, an
Indian who studied at Southern

California. Solomon finally pre-
vailed 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 4-6, 6-2.
Sweden's Bjorn Borg, the
top seed in men's singles play
in the $210,000 tournament and
the winner here two years in
a row, had an easy 6-1, 6-1,
6-2 victory over Hans Kary of
Austria.
Jazzy deal
NEW ORLEANS - The New
Orleans Jazz made a deal yes-
terday with the Portland Trail
Blazers that on the surface
sounds ridiculous. Th e two
teams agreed to. trade draft
choices.
Perhaps there is more- than
meets the eye. The deal
wasn't transacted to spice up
a particularly boring NBA

board meeting, but due to
previous deals Portland owned
three second round picks in
this year's draft while the
Jazz had none.
IMI gridd er signs
CHICAGO-Bill Hoban, former
Wolverine defensive star, has
signed a 1976 contract to play
for the Chicago Bears, the Na-
tional Football League club said
yesterday.
Hoban, a 6-foot-4, 235-pound
defensive lineman, will line up
at end when the Bears open
their 1976 training camp at Lake
Forest College later this month.
Hawks woo Orr
CASTLE HARBOR, Bermuda
-The Chicago Black Hawks

have become the first National
Hockey League club to make a
serious pitch for the services of
Bobby Orr, the Boston Bruins'
defenseman who became a free
agent Tuesday.
Bill Wirtz, president of the
Black Hawks, met with Orr's
agent, Alan Eagleson, over
dinner Wednesday night in

this Bermuda resort where
the NHL Players Association
is holding its annual meeting.
Wirtz has been quoted as say-
ing he wants Orr no matter
what the cost. Eagleson, the
Toronto lawyer who is also
president of the players' asso-
ciation, is seeking a five-year
$2.5-million contract for Orr.

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AP Photo
Double play
Two gloVes are not always better than one as New York Mets' Ed Kranepool and Mike Phillips
demonstrate on this play. The foul ball eluded both players as they found themselves much too
wrapped up in their work. Cubs won 2-1.

Major League
Leaders
AMERTOAN LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
LeFlore Bet 38 156 25 56 .359
G.Brett KC 44 182 28 64 .352
Lynn Bsn 34 125 117 43 .344
Bostock Min 35 131 18 45 .344
Carty Cle 40 147 23 48 .327
McRae KC 44 167 24 54 .323
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
McBride StL 31 121 19 45 .372
W.Roliinson Ph 32 103 15 38 .369
W.Crawf'd St.L 39 124 20 43 .347
Griffey Cin 42 164 40 56 .341
Rase Cin 47 191 43 65 .340
G.Foster Cin 42 166 24 56 .337
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