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Friday, June 4, 1976

I'age I welve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, June4, 1976

Travers halts

Tigers, 6-2

ny The Associated Prees
DETROIT- D)n Money and Robin Yount drove in two runs
each and Bill Tr-vers won his fbarth straight game last night as
the Milwaukee Brewers posted a 6-2 triumph over the Detroit
The victory was he first by Mil vaukee after four straight
losses toi Detrait in the series.
Travers scattered nine hits and raised his record to 6-2,
while Detroit stsrter Dare Roberts listed just 423 innings as
his mark fell to 4-1.
Money tripled in a ritn an the fifth after a single by Charlie
Moore and scored when Gearge Satt doubled. Money opened
the seventh with a homer off Ray Bare, and Yount added a
sacrifice fly in the inning. ie also had a sacrifice fly in the
fourth after a irip,! by Sixta tezcano.
The Brewers sored their first run in the third when Moore
hit inta a doable piy with the bases loaded.
Boston wheels
BOSTON-Cecil oiper, Jimi Rice and Fred Lynn each drove
in two runs and Luis Tiant continued his mastery of New York
as the Boston Red Sax beat the Yankees 8-2 last night.
Also yesterd-y, the Red Sox traded reserve outfielder
, Bernie Carbo to the Milwa'ekee Brewers in exchange for
reliever Tom Murphy and outfielder Bobby Darwin. Boston
also received on undisclosed; amount of cash.
Tiant, 7-3, gave up both Yankee runs in the opening inning,
then settled down ito shut ant the visitors the rest of the way.
He allowed eight hits aind ran his lifeime record against New
York to 21-9.
The Red Sax draie Yankee starter Docli Ellis, 4-4, to the
showers in the second inning when they put together three walks,
a hit batsman and foir singles for six runs. Cooper drove in two
runs with a single over second base and Rice drove in a pair
with another single up the middle.
Cards club
ST. LOUIS - Don Kessinger pounded oit two doubles and a
single and Mike Tyson added three hits, including a. run-scoring
triple, helping the St. Louis Cardinals roll to a 7-1 triumph over
the Philadelphia Phillies last night.

RON LeFLORE surveys his surroundings from an unusual position. The Tigers were put Ia
an unusual position of late as the Brewers snapped a four-game Detroit winning streak. That
streak was the longest for the Tigers this year.

Blue place two in track finals

special To The Datty Defending c
PHILADELPHIA-Two Michigan runners advanced show its stren
to the finals in the NCAA Track and Field Champion- The Miners,(
ships, yesterday. Junior Andy Johnson qualiifed in the and Arizona S
800-meter run, and Greg Meyer in the 3,000-meter Tennessee's1
steeplechase. Pan American
Johnson turned in a 1:48.96 clocking in his specialty, qualifiers for;
less than a second off the top time of 1:48.30, turned 262 feet, 2 it
in by Horace Truitt of Florida. Others to qualify in Rod Ewaliko0
the event included Tom McLean of Bucknell, Seton ham Young's I
Hall's Orlando Greene and Tommy McCall of Big REGGIE JO
Eight champion Kansas. Conference ch
Big Ten champ Meyer finished third in his heat, with star-studded 1
a time of 8:45.1. Bill Lundberg of Kansas had the best semifinals witl
time, a 8:41.78. Harvey Glance
KANSAS QUALIFIED 11 athletes in seven events for Jim Gilkes of
either today's semifinals or Saturday's finals, while Kansas State f
Southern California advanced seven performers in six Defending ch
eAents. Tennessee, Auburn, Arizona State and Wash- failed to quali
ington State had sursivors in five events each.
Four ABA team
merge- wi th riva
INDIANAPOLIS A' - A decision whether to Hilliard was quoted;
allow four American Basketball Association teams vision station WNEW
to join the National Basketball Association will
be made when the NBA owners meet later this The NBA's Board 0
month. at Hyannis, Mass., w
considered. Howevet
Jim Billiard, president of the ABA's Indiana to be opposed to a m
Pacers, confirmed last night that four ABA teams T
-Indiana, Denver, New York and San Antonio- The CBS televisi
have a chance to join the older league next year. the NBA an incen
cash in its packai
"Yes, it is all true and yes, I know it to be NBA games, for ea
fact," said Hilliard. A recommendation by the league adds.
NBA expansion committee would put a $4.5 "We have somethi
million price tag on each new NBA franchise said Pacers board
from the ABA.
that's an offer frot
"We are very close. Four ABA teams will join changes drastically,
the NBA in merger within a week to 10 days," with,"

hampion Texas-El Paso is ex
gth in field events today and1
Southern California, Kansas,'
tate figure to battle for the te
Phil Olsen, a bronze medal win
Games, got the meet started
Saturday's javelin final with a
nches. Twelve men qualified
of Washington, third last year,
Richard George, fifth in 1975.
3NES, also of Tennessee's So
ampions, turned in the best tii
00-meter event, advancing t
h a clocking of 10.34 seconds
of Auburn won his heat in 11
Southern California and Ed F
inished in a dead heat at 10.53.
hampion Larry Shipp of Louis
ify in the 110-meter hurdles,
as saying on New York tele-
Of Governors meets June 13-17
'here the expansion would be
r, some owners are known
on network earlier offered
tive, in the form of extra
ge for rights to televising
ch new team up to four the
ig we've never had before,"
chairman Bill Eason, "and
m the NBA. And unless it
it is one which we can live

xpected to
am title.
nter in the
as he led
throw of
and Brig-
me in the
o today's
. Favored
0.37, while
Preston of
iana State
in which

UCLA's James Owens had the best time, 13.88.
Owens, who was second last year, still has to face
San Jose State's Dedy Cooper, 13.92, Arizona State's
Gary Burl, 14.10, and Auburn's James Walker, 14.04,
in the semifinals today.
VILLANOVA'S Eamonn Coghlan, defending champion
in the 1,500-meter run, won his heat in the ordinary
time of 3:43.16, but wasn't concerned. "I -caught up
when I had to," said the Irish Olympian, which seemed
to be the attitude of most of the stars toward the trials.
Matt Centrowitz of Oregon had the best time in the
1,500, 3:40.02. "I was planning to run as slowly as pos-
sible, but I got creamed in the first 30 yards," Centro-
witz said. The Oregon runner then opened up to win
the third heat.
Southern California's Ken Randle, despite trouble
with sciatica in the lower back, won his 400-meter heat
in 49.9. But Evil Jennings of Mississippi State had the
best time, 45.8 in winning the second heat.

-Major League Standings-
East East
w L Pct. GB W L Pet.
New York 27 16 .628 - Philadelphia 32 12 .727
Baltimore 23 21 .523 4'- Pittsburgh 27 20 .574
Cleveland 21 22 .488 6 New York 24 27 .471
Boston 20 23 .465 7 Chicago 22 25 .468
Detroit 20 24 .455 7'. St. Louis 22 26 .458
Milwaukee 17 ^23 .425 8' Montreal 17 25 .405
west West
Kansas City 27 17 .614 - Cincinnati 29 19 .604
Texas 25 t9 .568 2 Las Angees- 9 Sit 5.92
Chicago 22 20 .524 4 Sn Dieto 24 22 .522
Minnesota 21 23 .477 6 Honston 23 28 .451
Oakland 21 27 .438 8 san Francisco 19 31 .380
California 21 30 .412 9!' Atlanta it 30 .362
Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
Chicago 2, New York1
Boston 8, New York 2 Montreal 7, Pittsburgh 1
Milwaukee 6, Detroit 2 St. Louis 7, Philadelphia 1
Today's Games Hoiu"on 5,Cincinnati 3
San Francisco at Los Angelrs,z
California (Kirkwood 1-5) at Bos- Today's Games
ton (Wise 3-3), n. San Diego (Freisleben 2-
Minnesota (Golte 5-2) at Balti- Pittsburgh (Reiss 5-4), a.
more (Alexander 3-2), ni. Atlanta (Mrisersmith 2-5) at
Oakland (Mitchell 1-3) at New treal (Carrithers 1-3), n.
York (May 4-2), n. , Cincinnati (Nolan 3-3) a
Milwaukee (Slaton 7-1) at Kansas Louis (MeGlothen 5-3),s a
City (Leonard 4-1), n.huaton (CosgRoe 1-3), a.
Cleveland (Eckersley 3-3) at Chi- New York (sraver 4-4) at L
cago (Gmssage 3-3), 0. geles (Htoton 4-4), a.
Detroit (Laxton 0-3) at Texas Pladelphia (Lonborg 8-0) a
(Perry 4-4), n. Francisco (Barr 2-4), n.

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