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September 06, 1980 - Image 14

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Page 14-Saturday, September 6, 1980-The Michigor Daily


AT THE New Pantfree Restaurant
Our menu reflects a new attitude toward cooking,
retaining natural flavors and nutrients beneficial to your health.
We hope you enjoy our quiche (pronounced "keesh") -a tasty combination of
cheese, assorted vegetables, and flavorful custard nestled in a golden pastry.
Quiche Lorraine - eggs, cream, bacon and Swiss cheese, baked in our own pastry.
Hash browns and toast may be substituted for soup or salad . . . 2.75
Chicken and Broccoli Quiche - layered with a sharp cheddar cheese . .. 2.95
Mushroom and Swiss Cheese Quiche - a delicate blend of fresh mushrooms and
cheese :. . 2.75
Vegetable Quiche - filled with zucchini, tomatoes, eggplant and other fresh
vegetables . ..2.60
Spinach Quiche - a real PanTree favorite ... 2.60
Ham and Cheese Quiche - a delicious combination of smoked ham and cheddar
cheese . . . 2.95
Crab Quiche - a tempting specialty featuring crabmeat, fresh mushrooms, sauteed
onions and Swiss cheese . .. 3.25
California Quiche - mild green chilies, spiced beef and Monterey Jack cheese .
muy bien! 2.75
Quiche italiano - the pizza quiche . . 2.75
Chicken Teriyaki Quiche - an exciting new quiche made with marinated chicken,
fresh vegetables, pineapple and water chestnuts . . . 2.95
Stroganoff Crepes - a blend of sour cream, beef, mushrooms and onions . . . 2.95
Crepes New Orleans - seasoned crabmeat and fresh mushrooms in a delicious
wine sauce . . . 3.50
Spinach Crepes - another healthy food specialty, with Swiss cheese . .. 2.60
Hai and Cheese Crepes - melted cheese and chunks of smoked ham ... 2.95

Sporting Views
In case you have been out of the country for the past two months, Kansas
City Royals third baseman George Brett has provided a great deal of ex-
citement for the 1980 baseball season. Brett's quest to become the first
player since Ted Williams in 1941 to hit .400 for an entire season has the eyes
of the baseball world focused upon him.
The spotlight is on Kansas City. Through Thursday's games, Brett had
accounted for 154 hits in 384 at bats for a batting average of .401. Baseball
rules that that, in order for a player to be eligible for a batting championship


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and official recognition in the .400 club, a player must accumulate 502 "plate
appearances" over the course of the season. Brett's 49 walks and 4 sacrifice
hits, combined with his at bats give him a total of 437 plate appearances.
The Royals have 29 games left, so barring any injury, Brett should have
little trouble accumulating the necessry 65 plate appearances.
Conceivably, he could have had a lot of trouble, however. A month ago
last night, Brett launded a routine fly to Detroit Tiger outfielder Rick Peters
in Tiger Stadium. After rounding first and embarking on the customary path
toward second base, his turn was a little sharper than usual-on course for
the pitcher's mound.
Detroit's pitcher that night was Milt Wilcox, a hurler famous for his use
of the brushback pitch. Just prior to Brett's fly out Wilcox had made use of.
his specialty with two high hard ones that also happened to be a little inside.
If Brett's sentence had been similar to those of non-.400 hitters, he may
have lost several valuable plate appearances, not to mention a great deal of
momentum he was accumulating.
Everyone from American League President Lee MacPhail on down
seems to have brushed aside Brett's actions that night. No one, however, has
forgotten the episode in Chicago on Friday night, June 20. On that occasion,,.
you'll recall, Tiger outfielder Al Cowens rushed White Sox pitcher Ed Far-
mer. The next morning, MacPhail promptly asked Cowens to take a seven-
day leave of absence from the Tigers.
Cowens actions are in no way justifiable, but there seems to be a'
discrepancy in there somewhere.
When asked about this, an unidentified official representing MacPhail
the league's president's New York office replied there was no discrepancy.
"He didn't get to pitcher's mound, he was stopped before he got there. That's
the difference."
The benches were cleared'in both cases and in both cases a great therat
of injury existed. Even more ironic is the fact that there was an injury in-
volved in Brett's attack. An umpire fell on Wilcox (he's probably the one who
stopped Brett from reaching the mound) and Milt was forced to miss two
turns in the Tigers' rotation.
No one was hurt in the Cowens melee.
Everyone's being treated equally, right?
Wrong. If you're a .400 hitter who plays on a championship team, it's
okay to make a run at the pitcher's mound. But if you only happen to be a
good player who plays on an also-ran you're going to get into trouble.
It's the George Bretts who bring in the fans. The stadiums he plays 'in
through September will undoubtedly be filled much closer to capacity even
as the pennant race gets farther and farther out of hand.
Baseball fans will love to see a .400 hitter for the first time in 39 years
and needs the spectacular players like George Brett. But what about a solid
player like Cowens who day after day plays right field as well as anyone?
I'm not really sure. You'll have to check with Mr. MacPhail.


Table base model A
comes with 4-way mounting bracket.

Chicken Divan Crepes - chicken & broccoli in a delicate cheese sauce. . . 2.95


Bamberger 4
bows out at
berger, the Milwaukee Brewers' most:.
successful manager in their 11-year
history, said yesterday he will ste4
down after tomorrow's game, and the"
club said Coach Bob "Buck" Rodgers,
will manage through the 1981 season. 3
General Manager Harry Dalton said_(
Bamberger, 55, plans to sign a contract,
to work for the Brewers through 1981 in
the field of player development.
ALTHOUGH A news release,
distributed by the Brewers shortly'
before a news conference said Bam-=
berger would retire at the end of the
current season, Bamberger said h
plans to leave town after Sunday'F
kame and turn over his duties to Rogers;
at that time.


American League
Detroit 1, Minnesota 0
Seattle 4, Boston 2
Kansas City 2, Cleveland 1
(Brett 1-4, .399)
Chicago 3, Toronto0
Baltimore 8, Oakland 7
National League
Cincinnatti 5, Chicago 3
Atlanta 7. Pittsburgh 4


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