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6—The Daily Collegian Friday, July 30,1976
Cuba's Teofilo Stevenson (right) daught U.S.A.'s John Tate with a
right here in a semifinal heavyweight Olympic bout yesterday. Steven
son knocked Tate to the canvas only 1:29 into the first round
Salvaging some of its tar
nished pride, the United
States track and field team
finally broke into the winner’s
circle again at the Olympic
Arnie Robinson, 28, of San
Diego, Calif., won the long
jump with a leap of 27-feet,
4 :i, i inches to present the
United States with its third
Olympic gold in track and
field and 23rd in all sports.
Randy Williams of Fresno,
Calif, won the long jump
The United States also was
hopeful of winning the men’s
400-meter dash, but a Cuban
speedster named Alberto
Juantorena ended that by
beating Fred Newhouse,
Baton Rouge, La., in the final.
Juantorena became the first
man in Olympics history to
win both the 400- and 800-
In boxing, Michael Spinks
of St. Louis, Mo. moved into
the finals yesterday on a
forfeit when Romania’s
Costica Dafinoiu failed to
pass a medical exam because
of a cut over his left eye.
Five more Americans,
including Michael’s older
brother, light heavyweight
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Auction old on Friday
INSURANCE for auto, motor
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FOR SALE: female dorm con
\ tract 76-77 year. Cal I Pete at 237-
HARLEY DAVIDSON 350 Sprint,
good condition, $395.00. Call 238-
SAAB 1975 two door sedan, four
speed, red, excellent condition,
100 per cent 60 day warranty. 238-
3 MGB WIRE WHEELS, 2 mag
wheels, all 13 inch, a giveaway
for $35. Call 238-9546
c o kpac “ r outdoor house
324 W. College, next to Roy Rogers * Park in rear
J ] . 1964 VW BUG - rebuilt engine,
AMPEG V-4 Lead Amplifier, 100 installed 1972. Inspected, $350.
watt (RMS); V-2 Lead speaker Ca 11237-9392
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all reasonable priced and in good Asking $5OO, Jeff Buxton, 238-9292
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Leon Spinks, went for berths
in the finals last night.
The American freestyle
wrestling team has six men
still unbeaten,, including
feather-weight Gene Davis, a
graduate of Oklahoma State
and Marine Corp. Lt. Lloyd
Reiser, a lightweight, who
each won yesterday.
The decathalon, a physical
and emotional test of en
durance to determine the
“world’s greatest athlete,”
opened yesterday. American
Bruce Jenner, the favorite,
was third after the first five
events yesterday with 4,298
points. West Germany’s
Guido 'Kratschmer was in
first with 4,333 and defending
gold medalist Nikolay Avilov
of Russia was second.
Even though Kratschmer
and Avilov were ahead of
him, Jenner said as long as he
was within 150 points of the
lead after five events, he
would win the 1976 title.
Jenner’s strongest events
were scheduled today.
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Sacrifice at $1500.00. Call 234-0953
'til Friday, Ask for Ned.
BEST COFFEE and tea for iced
summer drinks. The Candy
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Tonight and Saturday
(Audio Lighted Dance Floor)
DOUBLE BED excellent box
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1972 HONDA 450. Very good
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$700.00. Helmet Included. 237-0435,
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'74 450K7 HONDA like new, $945. A
REALISTIC 100 watt amp
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74 DUSTER in excellent condition,
$2OOO or best offer. Call 237-7425
between 5:00 8,9:00 P.M.
Americans watching the
games on television will be
most familiar with the 6-foot
-2,195 pound Jenner before the
decathalon is over this
evening because of his ability
and movie-star good looks.
Jenner, who trains .six or
seven hours each day, has a
simple explanation for his
“I don’t have a weak event
and I have no exceptionally
strong one,” he said. “People
don’t really notice me. But
when they add up the points —'
In a political sidelight,
authorities said yesterday
Sergei Nemtsanov, a 17-year
old member of the Soviet
Union’s swimming team, had
applied for' permanent
resident status in Canada.
. He was the second com
munist Olympic defector this
week. A Romanian oarsman
Walter Lambertus, 20, has
also applied for permanent
residence in Canada.
Reports that a third
Communist athlete, said to be
a Ukrainian national on the
Romanian team, has also
defected are being in
vestigated, the spokesmen
1972 VW, very good condition,
$B5O, Call 865-8301, 8 A.M. t04:30
LIKE NEW 1974YamahaRD350A
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TUNE-UPS AND diagnostic.
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1973 YAMAHA 250 Enduro. Good
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VANNERS: Anyone interested in
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ATTENTION: PIANO lessons.
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s "Big John'
Cuban favored for 2nd gold
MONTREAL (AP) Teofilo Stevenson,
Cuba’s defending Olympic heavyweight
champion, as powerful in the ring as he is
mysterious outside it, crashed American
John Tate’s gold medal dreams with one
sweep of his right hand yesterday.
Stevenson knocked out Tate at 1:29 of the
first round with a right hand to the jaw that
sent the American reeling across the ring.
The 21-year-old Tate grabbed hold of the
ropes in a neutral corner, then sank to the
floor and was counted out.
The Cuban never chased the American as
he staggered backwards. Stevenson knew it
Asked his feelings about the fight, the 24-
year-old Stevenson, an overwhelming
favorite to become the first man to win two
Olympic heavyweight boxing gold medals
when he fights the final tomorrow night,
replied through an interpreter:
“The fight was short. Did you see that
fight? You probably saw it better than I did.”
The end came with dramatic suddenness.
The two fighters had traded harmless lefts
when Stevenson suddenly flashed home the
right and it was over. The right was the first
of the fight for Stevenson and gave him two
knockouts in two days with four right hand
The Cuban had gained the semifinals
Wednesday when he knocked down Pekka
Ruokola of Finland with a right hand, hurt
him with a second right hand and floored him
again with a third.
Tate, a Knoxville, Tenn., truck driver who
Chi Sox duo
OAKLAND (AP) On any
ordinary night, 12 "walks
surrendered by a team during
a single game would bolster a
manager’s blood pressure, let
alone his pitchers’ earned run
But Wednseday night was
not an ordinary night, as
Chicago White Sox pitchers'
John “Blue Moon’’ Odom and
Francisco Barrios combined
to give up a dozen walks eh
route to a 2-1 no-hitter over
the Oakland A’s.
Oakland manager Chuck
Tanner called it “the most
tainted no-hitter I’ve ever
seen. Or maybe I should call
it the funniest.”
Barrios, who relieved
Odom' in the sixth inning, said
he didn’t even realize that he
was part, of a no-hitter until
the ninth inning.
“I looked up at the score
board then, saw the zero and I
couldn’t believe it” the rookie
relief pitcher said.' • - u -'
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DAN BRODY STUDIO offers no
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INSTANT color passport pictures.
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IBM SELECTRICS for rent. Dual
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QUIET graduating senior needs
effic. or room, preferably with
kitchen facilities close to campus.
Fall Term only, Call 1-368-4975
after 7 p.m.
WANTED TO BUY: Nikon, Canon
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WANTED: FEMALE with
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has been fighting only 19 months, was still
dazed when he was led back to his corner. He
went immediately' back to the Olympic
Village without seeing newsmen.
Stevenson, whose mystery is heightened by
his aloofness and by the fact that he is rarely
seen outside Cuba, cut his news conference
short and went to the track stadium to see
fellow Cubans compete.
A second heavyweight gold should go to
Stevenson when he meets the winner of last
night’s fight between Clarence Hill of Ber
muda and Mircea Simon of Romania.
Stevenson’s performance capped a
devastating display of knockout punching by
four Cubans who advanced to the semi-finals
during the afternoon. Three of them scored
first round knockouts. The other two were
145-pounder Andres Aldama and 178-pounder
Aldama hit Bulgarian Vladirmir Kolev so
hard with a left hook that he was unconscious
for several minutes and after being revived,
was taken from'the ring on a stretcher. The
knockout was Soria’s third in the tour
Besides the number of
bases-on-balls, the game
claimed another distinction.
Never before in major league
history have two pitchers
combined to pitch a winning
In 1917, Babe Ruth, then one
of the top pitchers of his day,
walked the first batter he
faced, then was ejected from
the game. Ernie Shore came
on without warming up and
did not allow another runner
to reach base. Shore was
credited with a perfect game,
while Ruth was not even
credited with an appearance.
In 1967, two Baltimore
Orioles combined to pitch a
no-hitter, but they lost the
Wednesday’s game was
only the fourth game in
history in which more than
one pitcher teamed to hurl a
no-hitter. The no-hitter was
the first in the American
League- this year, and the
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WANTED, Male to share one
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Ask for Pat, 238-9588.
townhouse: need 2 female
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second in baseball. Houston’s.
Larry Dierker hurled the only
other no-hitter this season.
Notwithstanding the walks,
the no-hitter didn’t come
easy. Second baseman Jack
Brohamer contributed a
sharp play in the, ninth,
fielding Sal Bando’s slow
roller and nailing him at first
to preserve the no-hitter.
The A’s scored an unearned
run in the fourth, when .Odom
walked two batters and a run
scored on catcher Jim
Essian’s error. The 31-year
old Odom, who pitched for the
A’s for 11 years before he
went to Chicago said he
wasn’t surprised when he was
yanked in the sixth.
“I didn’t have my rhythm”
he said. “I’m glad it hap
pened though. Maybe if I’d
been around the plate all the
time, we wouldn’t have gotten
the no-hitter. I’m glad I was
wild.’.’ . .
1 OR 2 ROOMMATES needed for
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) Tim McCarver singled home
Ollie Brown in the 11th inning yesterday to give the
Philadelphia Phillies a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs.
Pinch-hitter Brown drew a one-out walk from reliever
Darold Knowles, 3-4. Joe Coleman replaced Knowles and
Brown went to second on Garry Maddox’ long fly. Jerry
Martin was safe on an' error by third baseman Bill
Madlock and McCarver then lined a single to center,
giving the victory to reliever Gene Garber, 5-3.
The Phillies came from behind twice in regulation time,
knotting the score 2-2 with two out in the sixth when Greg
Luzinski slammed a 34) pitch from Rick Reuschel over
the right center field fence for his 15th homer of the
The Cub’s took a 1-0 lead against Steve Carlton in the
third inning after the first two batters struck out. Jose .
Cardenal reached first when third baseman Mike Schmidt'
fumbled his bouncer for an error. Cardenal stole second
and scored on a single by Madlock.
Philadelphia tied it in the fifth when Tommy Hutton,
opened with a double and advanced to third on a passed
ball. Jerry Martin singled home the run.' 1
Chicago moved in front again in the sixth as Manny
Trillo doubled, stole third and scored on Wayne Tyrone’s
Following Martin’s run scoring single in the'fifth
McCarver walked but Reuschel struck out Carlton and
got Dave Cash to hit into his second double play.
After the Cubs went down in order in the 10th, the
Phillies got a runner to third with two out but. Schmidt
struck out. Bobby Tolan batted for Carlton and beat out a
scratch hit to short to start the inning. Cash sacrificed
Tolan to second and he took third on an infield out.
Mets in 10th
NEW YORK (AP) Rennie Stennett scored from third
base as Bill Robinson grounded into a double play in the
10th inning, giving the Pittsburgh Pirates a 2-1 victory
' over the New York Mets yesterday.
Stennett opened the 10th with a single off New York
relief ace Skip Lockwood, 6-5, and raced to third when A 1
Oliver smashed a single off the glove of first baseman Joe
Torre into short right field.
Robinson then grounded to short but the'Mets had no
play at the plate and completed a double play as Stennett
scored to give the Pirates their second consecutive extra
inning victory over New York.
Cincinnati 62 38
Los'Angeles 55 44
Houston 52 51
San Diego 49 52
Atlanta 45 54
San Francisco 44 58
Phillies 3, Chicago 2,11 Innings
Pirates 2, New York 1,10 innings
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COLLEGE PARK APTS. 415 W.
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PLACE FOR FALL wanted. Call
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MATURE, responsible, per
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RIDERS NEEDED to Texas (or
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