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Friday, July 9, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday, July 9, 1976 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY l-'oge Eleven

AT BRITISH OPEN:
Spaniard leads
By The Associated Press It was the same story on the
SOUTHPORT, England - 18th.
Serveriano Ballesteros, the The sudden change in lead-
handsome 19 year old from San- ership robbed Miller of the top
tander, Spain, was the hero of place he had held with a pro-
the day once again yesterday in fessional round that brought
the second round of the British him four birdies in the last six
Open at the expense of Ameri- holes. Miller had been one of
can Johnny Miller. the earliest starters Thursday
Ballesteros, who had figured and the target he set was in no
in a three-way tie for the lead danger of being hit until almost
Wednesday after an opening the end of the day.
round 69, sprang to life and The uncommon heat, which
romped home with another had burned the 7,001 yard,
three under Nr 69 Thursday par '2 Royal Birkdale course
for a two round 138 and a two until it looked like straw, and
stroke lead. had upset the true run of the
Miller, the six-foot blond greens, freshened slightly
star of the American pro tour, during the day.
had led the field for most of Nicklaus set the earl
yesterday's round with a con- whnk h et atw ery pace
vincing 68. That, added to his 711 for a two round 144. Then
first round 72, gave him a came Miller, with a four un-
four under par 140 for two der par last nine holes that in-
rounds.
On the 11th, Ballesteros sank
a six-foot putt. On the long par
five 13th, he was within a foot THE SCHO
of the pin with his third shot. Welco
And on the 15th, a 542 yarder,
he was left with 12 feet to putt TMUBINGEN
safely. On the equally long 17th,
another par five, he was on the CHAMBER
green in two and down in two.

by two
cluded four birdies in the final
six.
Then Hubert Green very
nearly caught Miller. He had
a 70 - it could easily have
been two strokes less - for a
two round 142. A lost ball caus-
ed a double bogey seven at the
15th and kept him from tying
Miller.
severlano Ballesteros 69-69-138
Johnny Miller 72-68--140
Christy O'Connor Jr. 69-73-142
Hubert Green 72-70-142
Ray Floys! 76-07-143
Tomny Horton 74-69--143
Brian Barnes 70-73-143
Jack Nicklaus 74-70--144
Jerry Pate 73-71--144
Norio Suzuki 69-75-144
Gary Player 72-72-144
Graham Marsh 71-73-144
car Higgins 77-67-144
Guy Hunt 76-6--144
Jack Newton Jr. 70-74-144
George aurns itt 75-69-144
Tom Kite 70-74-144
Tons wriskopt 73-72-145
OL OF MUSIC
)fes the
[STUDENT
ORCHESTRA
9-8:00 p.m.
ON FRE E

GUESS WHO? It's Arnie again, this time anguishing over a
missed putt on the ninth hole at the British Open. le shot a
72 yesterday for a two-round total of 147.

Reds land five on NL All-Star
team; Morgan highest in voting

Friday, July
Raekham
ADMISSI

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Color the
National League All Star team
red . . . as in Cincinnati Reds.
The defending World Cham-
pions, who once again are atop
the NL's Western Division, will
have five players in the start-
ing lineup for the 47th mid-
sonmmer classic, Tuesday night
in Philadelphia.
Second baseman Joe Mor-
gan of Cincinnati, the NL
Rlost Valuable Player in
1975, received more votes in
the fan balloting than any
other player in either league,
according to figures released
yesterday by Commissioner
Bowie Kuhn's office.
Morgan, who is batting .333
with 14 home runs and 60 runs
hatted in, received 3,079,811
votes to gain a starting berth
in the All Star Game for the
fifth straight year, far outdis-
tancing Dave Cash of Phila-
delphia, who had 2,194,627
votes.
Joining Morgan in the NL's
st rting infield will be two
1,immates, third baseman
Poto Rose and shortstop Dave
( ncepion. Catcher Johnny
Poach and outfielder George
Faster are the other Reds rep-
resentatives on the starting
Stave Garvey of the Los
Angeles Dodgers -- voted the
TI1E TEAMS AT A GLANCE
NATIONAL
C-Johnny Bench, Cincinnati
1Tt-Steve Garvey, Los Angeles
2 -,.Toe Morgan, Cincinnati
3R-Pete Rose, Cincinnati
SS-Dave Concepcion, Cincin-
nati
OF--George Foster, Cincinnati
OF-Greg Luzinski, Philadel-
phia
OF-Dave Kingmran, New York
AMERICAN
C--Thurman Munson, New York
11--Rod Carew, Minnesota
2B-Bobby Grich, Baltimore
3B-George Brett, Kansas City
SS-Toby Harrah, Texas
OF.-- ed Lynn, Boston
Oi-Ron LeFlore, Detroit
O .-Rnsty Staub, Detroit

outstanding player in last
year's 6-3 NL All-Star vic-
tory --prevented a Cincinnati
sweep of the infield positions
when he outpointed the Reds'
Tony Perez in the first base
balloting, 2,151,671 to 1,484,
706.
Joining Foster in the starting
outfield will be a pair of slug-
gers, Greg Luzinski of Phila-
delphia and home run leader
Dave Kingman of the New
Ysrk Mets.
The team will be managed by
Snarky Anderson - of the Cin-
cinnati Reds, naturally.
Rose will be making his
10th All-Star appearance,
but his first as a third base-
man. He joins Hank Aaron
and Stan Musial as the only
players ever to make the All-

Star team at four different
positions. He has also made
the squad at second base,
left field and right field.
Rose, batting .334, beat out
Philadelphia slugger Mike
Schmidt 2,591,650-1,939,641.
The closest competition was
for the starting shortstop berth,
where Concepcion edged the
Phils' Larry Bowa 2,130,721-
1,941,092.
Luzinski led the NL out-
fielders with 1,946,379 votes,
beating out Foster, 1,482,045,
and Kingman, 1,415,050.
Bench will be the NL starting
catcher for the eighth straight
year, even though his batting
average of .234 is the lowest on
the team. Bench received 2,-
695,087 votes to 1,541,070 for the
Phils' Bob Boone.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
SCHOOL OF MUSIC PRESENTS
COMMUNITY TALENT
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
A Series of Courses and Workshops in
Music and the Arts
JULY-AUGUST 1976
SCHEDULE

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On Purchase of Any TWO
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OFFER EXPIRES JULY 15th .
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Good for Dine-In or Pickup at State and William

I--INTERMEDIATE FOLK
GUITAR
M & W. Juy 12 - August
18, 7:30 um. $35 cer
Derson, 12 one-hour les-
2--MUSICAL INTRODUC-
TION TO THE GUITAR
T & TH, July 13 - August
19. 1:30 um (Elementary
Students)
W & F, July 14 - August
20. 1:30 urn (Adults)
$37 cer cerson, 12 one-
hour lessons
3-BEGINNING FOLK
GUITAR
M & W, July 12 - August
18, 7:30 rm
T & TH, July 13 - August
19, 3:00 rm
W & F. July 14 - August
20, 3:00 rm
$35 cer uerson, 12 one-
hour lessons
4-INTRODUCTION TO
BLUES & ROCK3GUITAR
T & TH, July 13 - August
20. 4:30 um or 7:30 um
$35 oer nerson, 12 one-
hour lessons
S-BEGINNING CLASSICAL
GUITAR
T & T oJuly 13 - August
20. 7:30 urn
$37 cer Derson, 12 one-
hour lessons
6-GUITAR FOR THE GEN-
ERAL MUSIC TEACHER*
M & W. July 12 - August
4,.4:30cDm
T & TH, July 13 - August
5. 4:30cDm
$37 oer person, 8 one &
one-half hour lessons
7-STRINGED INSTRUMENT
REPAIR WORKSHOP*
M-W, July 19-21, 3:00
pm-6:00 um $25 cer cer-
son

8-BEGINNING PIANO
CLASS
M & W, Julv 29 - August
25, 3:00 pm or 4:00 pm
(2 soctions) PLUS 24 op-
tionol practice sessions T
& TH, 3:00 cm or 4:00
pm
$56 per person. 12 one-
hour lessons and 24 one-
hour optional uractice ses-
sions
9-NEW SOUNDS FOR THE
FIELD BAND*
M-F, July 19-23, 3:30
pm - 5:30 cm $50 per
person
10-INTRODUCTION TO
SONG WRITING, RE-
CORDING AND PUBLI-
CATION*
M-TH. July 26-29. 7:00
pm - 9:30cpm
$50 per person
11-BRASS AND PERCUSSION
REPAIR WORKSHOP*
M-, 6Joly 26-30.54:00,
p.m,-6:00 up,.$25 cot
person.
12-WOODWIND INSTRU-
MENT REPAIR
WORKSHOP*
M-F, August 2-6, 4:00
S-6: 00cm
$25 car cerson
*One CEU (Continuing Ed-
ucation Unit) will be
awarded by The Univer-
sity of Michiqan for suc-
cessful completion of these
workshops.
For further information & re-
gistration materials, contact:
The University of Michkian Ex-
tension Service, 412 Maynard
Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109;
Telephone (313) 764-5304.
Hours: 8:00 am to Noon and
12:30 pm to 4:00 om, Monday
through Friday. ,

The Commuriv Talent Development Program of The Univer-
sity of Michigan's School of Music welcomes all area children
and adults in poarticipution in its first series of courses in
music and the arts, presented in cooperation with the Uni-
versity of Michiaon Extension Service.

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