Traverse City Record-Eagle from Traverse City, Michigan on September 8, 1972 · Page 14
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74 TRAVERSE CITY RECORD-EAGLE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1972 Orioles Even Tiger Series With 9-0 Shutout Touch Football Starts Sunday Armchair quarterbacks will get their chance to display some; ability Sunday as the Recreation i Department sponsored adult j touch football league gets under-; way with three games. ! The games wiil all start at 12:30 p.m. at the Senior High, practice field. Games are: field, one. Traverse Motors vs. State; Bank; field two. Northern Stain-: icss vs. Burger Chef: field three, · Sleder's Tavern vs. Bill's Cafe.: Si^ae. s .3 cae oiuy ,iew team' to join the league. Siate Bank is the defending champion. \ Thi season will continue f o r , five weeks through Sunday, Oct. j !!. The top four teams will play' in a single elimination tourney; starting Oct. 22 and concluding' with the title game a week later.! 'Smoothing The Edges,' Says Duffy EAST L A N S I N G (UPI)-Michigan State Coach Duffy Daugherty sent his Spartans through more contact drills Thursday, readying them for the Sept. 16 opener with Illinois at Champaign. "I'm smoothing the edges out on the offense and defense so that we will have a sharp attack when we meet Illinois next week," Daugherly said after the wet, foggy practice session. BARRED FROM OLYMPICS -- Wayne Coliett (left center) who finished second in the men's 400 meter race and Vincent Matthews, the winner, both from United States were barred from further Olympic activity for their actions during the playing of the Star Spangled Banner Thursday. The two athletes did not face the flag, and For National Anthem Incident chatted throughout the playing. Third place Julius Sang of Kenya, a student in the United States, stood stiffly at attention, as did the judge on the lower left. The barring was announced by the International Olympic Committee. Upon leaving the stand Coliett raised his fist in the Black Power salute. (UPI Telephoto) Dow Jones Closing Avges. Thurs.. Sept. 7. 1972 Vol. 11,090,000 Shares 30 Industrials 962.15 down 0.38 20 Transportation 229.07 down 0.83 15 Utilities .. .. 110.5$ "P 0.10 Courtesy C. E. COOK CO. National Bank Bldo. -- 946-3650 Two U.S. Athletes Barred From Further Olympic Actions Arms Cole, Inc. (Larry Hardy Associates) PLUMBING HEATING SERVICE 947-2750 Pat Eilcy--Plumbing Ice Sanborn--Heating ·····················i MUNICH (UPI) -- U. S. runners Vince Matthews and Wayne Coliett today were barred by the Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee from taking part in the rest of the Olympic Games because of their actions in the medals ceremony Thursday. normal Thursday there was a racial incident during the playing of the National Anthem. The U.S. had scored its first 1-2 finish in track in the games. Vincent Matthews of New York City won the 400 meters in 417 and Wayne Coliett of Santa Monica, Calif., was second. On the victory stand, both The Board said the United | Matthews and Coliett fidgeted, States Olympic Committee had been severely reprimanded for the incident and warned that any further actions in violation of this rule would result in the withdrawal of medals as well. The barring of Matthews and Coliett means that they will be unable to run in the 1,600 meter relay, which the United States was heavily favored to win. turned and talked to each other during the playing of "The Star Spangled Banner." Matthews also stroked his beard two or three times, folded his arms and shifted from one foot to another and Coliett also refused to stand at attention. "I couldn't do it with a clear conscience,'" Coliett said later. "I can't go along with the while Miss Hammond had a 51.5, her career best. The four medals brought the U.S. total to 76, seven ahead of the Russians, who have the most golds 31-27. The Soviet Union also won two golds in track and field Thursday. Anatoli Bondarchuk won the hammer throw with a toss of 274-8'/2 and Nadezwda Chizhova won the women's shot put at 69 feet. The Russians also won the equestrian team championship and the woman's volleyball title. Steelier Adds Another Renate Stecher of East Germany won the women's 200- meter dash to add to her 100- meter title and Hennie Kuiper wish race j n the only other two gold MUNICH things were (UPI)--Just getting back ATTENTION GOLFERS! Twin Birch Golf Course of Kalkaska will be holding their annual Fall Fun Day on Sun., Sept. 17 There will bo prizes for top two-man best ball honors. But for those who do not want to enter the best ball, there will be prizes awarded for the blind v bogie portion of the tournament. So bring a partner or come alone. Lunch and refreshment will be served. Also a drawing for door prizes. Trophies will be awarded for the best ball winners pins their names will be engraved on a wall plaque. Entry fee $8.00 per man. Call or write for starting time. Telephone 258-9G91 words (to the National An- j O f Holland won the cycling road them)," Coliett said. "I --1 - - they were true, but aren't." Many in the crowd of 84,000 in the Olympic Stadium booed and whistled as the two left the victory stand and Matthews answered them by twirling his gold medal from the end of its chain. Milburn Wins Hurdles Rod Milburn of Opelousas, La., won the 110-meter hurdles in 13.2, equaling the world record and breaking the Olympic record of 13.3 held by Americans Erv Hall and Willie Davenport. Davenport, the defending champion, was fourth. Tom Hill of Jonesboro, Ark., was in third place after hitting the third hurdle and being forced to recover. -He finished I in 13.5 behind France's Guy Drut, who ran the best race of his life to take second in 13.3. Kathy Hammond of Carmi- cliael, Calif., won a bronze meda] in the 400-meter dash behind Monika Zehrt of East Germany and Rita Wilden of West Germany. Miss Zehrt set a new Olympic record of 51.1 medals decided. The U.S. basketball team advanced to the finals by overpowering Italy, 68-38, behind a solid defense and 14 points by Jim Forbes of Texas- El Paso. The Americans, 8-0 this year and 63-0 since 1936, will meet the Russians, also 8-0, j in the finals Saturday night. i Two United States boxers- middleweight Marvin Johnson and light welterweight Ray Scales of Tacoma. Wash,-advanced to tonight's semifinals, joining welterweight Jesse Valdez and bantamweight Ricardo Carreras, two Hamilton. Calif., Air Force Base sergeants. The wrestlers didn't do as well. Super heavyweight Chris Taylor of Dowagiac, Mich., gained a draw, but the others lost. John Williams of Cranesville, Pa., took the lead in archery at I the end of first day for that' sport in Olympic history. Williams, 18, the world champion, scored 608 points to 584 for Don Jackson of Canada, who is second. Score Seven Times In First Two Innings BALTIMORE (UPi)-Remem- ber the story about the sinking Birds? Well the plot's changed --they sank the Detroit Tigers. That's right, the Tigers arei are back in second place--for] who knows how long. And when they slipped to the second slot, they did it in style. A shocking 9 - 0 loss to the Baltimore Orioles. The Tigers went to Baltimore confident of burying the Orioles. On the way to the game Thursday night, the Bengals were whooping it up on the bus on the way to the ballpark, bellowing out the windows at unsuspecting pedestrians and generally behaving like a team ! on its way to a title. . The bus ride back to the hotel ! was different--you could hear eyes blinking. i It was Wednesday night's vie- ' lory that threw the Tigers off, they just knew the pennant was their's. But the Orioles' Mike Cuellar rationed out only four hits to the Tigers while Baltimore bal. tecs managed a dozen hits off I of six Detroit mound sitters and stumped the confidence. The Tigers now trail first ' place Boston by half a game, the Orioles are another game back and in fourth sit the New York Yankes -- a whole two lengths off the pace. The Orioles, who now claim 25 hits off the Tigers in two nights, brought an abrupt to Fred Scherman's second start of the season, and third of his career, before lefthanded reliever Bill Slayback could get anybody out. Tiger manager Billy Martin gambled bringing Scherman out in hopes of giving his three-man starting team an extra day of rests it needs. 11 was a bad gamble. The Birds began the bottom of the first with singles by Bobby Grich and Paul Blair, followed immediately Tommy Davis' two run double -- that found Scherman staring at the floor in the locker room. The hot hitting O's eliminated Slayback in the second inning runs to four over the Tigers nothing. With the help of the rookie's third error in four games. Then Aurelio Rodriguez Step- j ped up to the mound only to forget there were two away, and threw a ball to home that should have gone to first. Baltimore didn't get another run until the bottom of the eighth as Joe Niekro and Lerrin LaGrow strung together five scoreless innings. Meanwhile, the Tigers never had more than one man on base at a time as Cueliar pitched possibly his best--and possibly his easiest--game of the year. Woody Fryman, 4-2, tries to put the Tigers back in the No. 1 slot tonight against the Orioles' Pat Dobson, 15-14. Football Tonight The 12th annual Black and Gold game will be played this evening at Thirlby Field, starting at 7:30 p.m. Picked teams of Trojans will clash against each other with tonight's showing playing a large part in the selection of this year's varsity squad. The Trojan Marching Band will give a pre-game and post-game show and play from the stands during the intermission. The Trojans open the season next week at Owosso. St. Francis Gladiators will take part in a four-school scrimmage at Muskegon Catholic Central this evening. Sugar Loaf Tennis Deadline Sept. 13 Sugar Loaf Village Tennis Pro June Stack Breaugh has announced that entries in Sugar Loaf's Father - Son, Mother- Daughler tournament will be acc e p t e d through Wednesday, just j September 13. Teams wishing """" to enisr this family tournament mav call in their entry to Mrs. Breaugh at 22S-54G1 before 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday. The tournament will be held ! the weekend of September 1G-17 i at Sugar Loaf Village. The en| try fee is $3.00 per team plus , one can of tennis balls per team. i In order to divide ths younger inexDerienced teams from the more mature and experienced teams, Mrs. Breaugh will conduct a two division tournament or a consolation tournament vviil be conducted. In either case, trophies will be presented to the winners and runnerups in both sections. Mrs. Breaugh has indicated that so far she has received entrees from 8 Father-Son teams and 4 Mother-Daughter teams. e n c j|Teams already entered are: Max Wysong Sr. and Jr., Bill and Bob Smith, Jim and S t e v e Preston, Jack a n d Steve Baad, Frank and Clint Bail, Ron and Brad Smith, Keith Todd Breaugh. In the Mother- Daughter section entrees have been received from Gail and Tami Evans, Louise and Ann Williams, Pat and Patty Ganter, and Elnora and Penny Milliken. i Wolverines Elect ', 1972 Captains i ANN ARBOR (UPI) - The j University of Michigan Wolver! hies have elected Randy Logan. · a defensive back from Detroit. . and Tom Coyle. offensive guard from Chicago, co-captains for . t h e 1972 football season. j Logan, a prep star at Detroit j Northern, and Coyle, who | played for Chicago's Brother j Rice, were elected by their i teammates Wednesday night. Coyle, 21, a senior, is a native of Dublin, Ireland. He has been a starter for two years. Logan, 21, also a senior, has been a starter for one year. LAKE LEELANAU CHALET With 200' of frontage on the northeast shore, this Chalet features three bedrooms, 2 baths, all electric kitchen, fireplace, den, utility room, 2y s car heated garage. A beauiiful wooded set- linp wi!h streams gently flowing by both sides of house. You must see this one, at $85,000. 946-2710 PARK PLACE MOTOR INN LOEBY PROPERTIES, IMC. Fochtman 's Industrial and Sanitary Maintenance Show SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1972, 9:00 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. 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