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The Michigan Daily

Page 12

Thursday, September 17, 1981

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September 16 through 22

Leonard scores

TKO

Sugar Ray takes
unified championship

MIKE CAULK
FORMER U.S. -Marine football quar-
terback' former campus senator at
Univ. of Ky.; Director of Marantha
Campus Ministries at Univ. of Ken-
tucky, University of Mississippi,
Auburn University, and presently at
Univ. of Michigan. Shoring on why
our naotion's outlook has turned con-
servative.

HUNTER FITE
Student of French International
Business; former wrestler; Co-Direc-
for of Marantho Christian Fellow-
ship at Univ. of Michigan. Sharing on
what Jesus Christ is doing with
young people today.

(Continued from Page 1)
Angelo Dundee's advice to his fighter
was apparently succeeding after
Leonard started to counter-punch com-
petitively with Hearns.
"LEONARD MIGHT be giving Hear-
ns too much respect ,in the early roun-
ds," commented ringside commen-
tator, Dr. Ferdie Percheco.
This might have been the case as
Hearns appeared to lose confidence af-
ter each successful Leonard round.
All three ringside judges had Hearns
ahead on their cards before he was
TKO'd by the consensus welterweight
and WBA junior middleweight cham-
pion.
The early rounds went as expected,
with Sugar Ray Leonard circling Hear-
ns looking for an early advantage.

APPEARING NIGHTLY at 7 p.m.
Angell Hall Auditorium D

However, Hearns controlled the early
rounds, jabbing Leonard consistently
while Sugar Ray was only able to get
occasional flurries off.
At the conclusion of the fifth round
Hearns, with his confidence growing
started to mock Sugar Ray's antics.
However, this tactic apparently
backfired as, Sugar Ray finally found
the range and connected repeatedly
over Hearns' lower left arm to control
the fight during the middle rounds.
After a barrage in the sixth, seventh,
and eighth rounds Hearns and Sugar
Ray switched roles. Tommy the boxer,
Sugar Ray the puncher. The move ap-
parently worked for Tommy as he won
the ninth and 10th rounds shaking off
the effects of tender ribs.
Edwin Rosario led off the undercard
of the Hearns-Leonard fight with an
impressive 10-round unanimous
decision over James Martinez. The vic-
tory was Tosario's 20th straight and it
marked the first time he was unable to
knock out his opponent.
BILLBOARD
Kickoff time for Saturday's Notre
Dame-Michigan game will be at 1:50
p.m. instead of the standard 1:00 p.m.
starting time due to ABC-TV's
coverage of the game. The ABC
pregame coverage will begin at 1:30
p.m.

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Sugar Ray Leonard (top) raises his arms after weighing in at 146 lbs. prior
last night's fight. His opponent, Thomas Hearns, watches carefully as t
scales tip at 145 lbs. Leonard was victorious in the fight, making him theu
disputed welterweight champion of the world.

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