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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Star Laden Field slated in Western championships Rica and no. 3 ranked Natalie Fuchs of France will also be shooting for the women a singles prize of $4,000. The menus Field lacks a Clear Cut standout such As Stan Smith who won singles in 1071. The top . Player in the tournament will be Jimmy Connors 19, of Belleville 111. The no. 5 ranked player won the Buckeye tournament last week in Columbus. Ohio. Cincinnati a the $42,500 Western Tennis championships open monday with what appears to be the strongest women a Field in its history and prospects for a wide open Battle in the menus Field. Highlighting the women a Competition will be evonne Goola Gong the no. I ranked player in Australia and Margaret court no. 2 in that country. Miss Goola Gong who will celebrate her 21st birthday monday night won the 1971 Wimbledon women a singles and finished As runner up this year. Mrs. Court who won Wimbledon singles Crown 1963, 1965 and 1970, had not played from the time she had a son earlier this year until vying in the Bonne Bell tournament in Cleveland this week. A the women a Field is really a lot stronger than it Ever has been a a an official of the tournament at Queen City Racquet club said. A it is going to be tremendously interesting this get re Chicago a Billy wit another participant will be Ijams drove in one run with a Linda figures to be South africans Bob Hewitt and few Mcmillann who won the 1972 Wimbledon doubles title. Other players will include Rosco Tanner 21, the no. 8 ranked player from Lookout Mountain Tenn and Alex 01-Medo, ranked no. 9 in the United states. Olmedo 36, o fencing calif., won the Wimbledon singles in 1959. A we Are going to have a very orioles top indians 4-3 High Point Enterprise sunday july 30, 1972 3c olympic swim trials set probably the most colourful player will be 43-year-old pan Well balanced the Cho Gonzales of Phoenix Ariz. Tourney official said about the Gonzales and Connors teamed menus event. A it will be More up to win the doubles division interesting because we done to i in the Buckeye tournament have any superstars emerge the and will probably Hook up in in doubles at the Western. The menus singles prize will the strongest doubles team be $5,000. Cubs trip cards on Hundley or Baltimore a Brooks Robinson slammed his fifth Home run of the season with two out in the Lith inning saturday lifting the Baltimore orioles to a 4-3 Victory Over the Cleveland indians. Robinsons blast Over the left Field Fence came off reliever Steve Mingori 0-4, just Back from the minors who allowed the orioles to tie the american league baseball game in the eighth and ninth innings. In the eighth Don Buford singled off Cleveland starter Dick Tidrow and Merv Rettenmund walked. Bobby Grich then greeted Mingori with a checked swing single Knotting the score at 2-2. John Lowenstein hit Jim palmers first pitch in the top of the ninth for his third Home run. Giving Cleveland a 3-2 Lead. But Pinch hitters Paul Blair and Don Baylor came through in the Baltimore half of the inning with a double and single respectively making it 3-3. Tuero 21, the United states no. 8 ranked player from Metairie la. She is also the 1972 italian Champion. Sharon Walsh of san Rafael calif., the 1970 . Junior Champion Pat Pretorius the no. I ranked player in South of sacrifice Fly doubled and scored another and Randy Hundley hit a Home run to Lead the Chicago cubs to a 3-2 Victory Over the St. Louis cardinals saturday in a nationally televised baseball game. Williams put the cubs ahead Cleveland Baltimore a r h blab re by 1-0 in the first inning when he unset it 5000 Buford if 4010 a Brohar 2b 4 0 0 0 ret tend of 4 0 i 0 hit his sacrifice Fly after Rick Canipe Sullivan move into finals Greenville. So. A David Canipe and Heyward Sullivan won semifinal matches in the Carolina Amateur Golf tournament saturday and moved into the 36-Hole final round sunday. Canipe of Fayetteville n c., Defeated Bob Bryant of Charlotte 4 and 3. Sullivan of Greenville edged Jim Adams of Fayetteville 2 and i. At the turn in the 18-Hole Adams three putted to and la. Putting Sullivan three up. A Sullivan bogey on 12 Cost him one of those holes but he retained the Lead the rest of the Way in. Adams 18, and Canipe also 18, Are graduates of Fayetteville a Terry Sanford High school where they played on the Golf team. Canipe a rising Sophomore at the University of match saturday Canipe was Reorg a is on o a you two up with a three under Par fun Ailts Over in the m renew is 33 for nine holes. He chipped in from off the Green for a Birdie of this tournament. Sullivan 34, is a jeweler. He on the 145h, and won the match is a member of the h isl Green. With a Par on the 15th As Ville country club and holds Bryant bodied. Sullivan built a one Hole margin on the first nine which he played in 38, two Over Par. On the 16th, he came flying out of a Sand trap and hit the Fla stick. The Ball stopped about six inches from the cup giving him a Tough Par and a half on the Hole. Sullivan won the match when Cal avoids Grid strike Montreal a monday nights scheduled Start of the Canadian football leagues regular season was assured saturday when Cut. Commissioner Jake Gaudaur and Gerry Patterson executive director of tile Cal players association hammered out a two year contract that removed the threat of a players strike at least until the end of 1973. The two sides had been deadlocked since thursday when months of negotiations wound up in an impasse on financial aspects of a new Deal. But Patterson told a news conference that 85 per cent of the Veteran players who make up the association had voted in favor of the new agreement a Deal that will average out to $400 increases for each player this season and $700 or next year. The increases comes in the form of additional Money for pre season training Camp allowances pay for 1973 preseason games increased Money for the playoffs and next season and an increase to both the winning and losing shares in the Grey cup. Patterson was complimentary of Gaudaur a handling of the final negotiations. The owners had Given Gaudaur authority to enter the bargaining Friday after acting strictly As a mediator until that time. Increases in training Camp allowances of $3 daily to players living in Camp and $60 to those living off the Field Are retroactive to the Start of this season. This year veterans will receive $6 daily if they live on Camp and $17 if they live at Home or in other premises. Cookies get $3 and $12 Respet a timely. Next year the veterans will receive $10 per Day whether they live on or off Camp. The veterans will also get $50 for each of the four exhibitions they play. They get no pay for exhibitions played this year. 1 the record for the 6.815-Yard Chanticleer course a 67. Mccrow of 4 0 0 0 Grich is Nettles 3b 5 0 10 Powell 1b 5 0 0 0 Matiss la 4 110 Crowley of 3 0 0 0 Lowensten of 5 12 1 Blair of 2 110 Duffy is 4 112 Robinsn 3b 5 i i i Moses 4 0 10 Hendricks 3 110 Dunning p 3 0 0 0 Baylor Phi 10 11 Mingori p 1 0 0 0 Etche brn 0 0 0 0 Johnson 2b 3 0 0 0 Palmar p 3 0 11 Salmon pm 10 0 0 Jackson p 0 0 0 0 monday singled stole second and took third on an infield out. The cardinals tied it in the top of the fourth when Ted Sizemore singled stole second went to third on an infield out and scored on Joe Torres sacrifice Fly. Chicago regained the Lead in the Bottom of the fourth As Williams led off with a double advanced to third on the second of three singles by Joe Pepitone and scored on Ron Santos sacrifice Fly. Hundley cracked his Law i i it 2 o o o Homer in the Bottom of the Sev to i 3y-a4>4a-____ tenth. Total 39 3 a 3 Toto 40 411 4 two out when winning run scored. Cleveland 0?0000�olo�-3 Baltimore 00001001 101-4 Dpi Cleveland 3. Cob Cleveland 4, Baltimore 4 2b�?moses, Rettenmund Blair. Hrs Duffy i Lowenstein 3b Robinson 5. In h r Erbb so Dunning. 7 1-3 4 2 2 2 Mingori l.0-4. 3 1-3 5 2 2 0 Palmer .9 4 3 3 3 7 0 i Chicago a the United states Perer Mialy powerful swimming forces headed for their sternest olympic com Muraf Frap petition yet converge Here More than 700 Strong this week for final trials to determine the 61-member entry in the Munich olympics aug. 26-sept. 12. The torrid five Day eliminations starting wednesday at Portage Parks olympic style Pool will slash the huge Field to an olympic contingent of 32 men and 29 women. A hard Core including Mark Spitz Mike Burton John Kin Sella Brian Job Susie Atwood and Elbe Daniel returns from the . Aquatic juggernaut which harvested 23 of a possible 33 Gold medals a and 58 of 99 Over All medals in the 1968 olympiad at Mexico City. In the High Altitude Mexico City games Burton now 25. Swept Gold medals in the 400 and 1500 meter free styles while Spitz and miss Daniel won at least one medal of each Varlet a a Gold Silver and Bronze. The trial Field is studded with such world record holders As Spitz in the too and 200 meter 3ooo free style and too Butterfly Job in the 200 breaststroke Hall in the 400 individual Medley and Gal stars Atwood in the 200 backstroke and Alice Jones in the too Butterfly. However this month Japan a May Amu Aoki bettered the Jones Mark of 1 04.1 with an impressive 1 03.9 clocking. Trials director Charles Mccaffree Veteran Michigan state swim coach minimizes the theory that a record will be shattered every time into the j Pool in the trials spaced from wednesday through sunday. A fall the top swimmers want St Louis Chicago a r h blab r h by i Brock of 4 110 monday of 4 i 2 of Sij Remor 2b 4 i 3 0 Beckon 2b 4 0 0 0 maidu la 4 0 0 0 Willams of 3 111 Torre 3b 4 0 0 1 Pepitone 1b 3 0 3 0 Simmon 4 0 2 0 Santo 3b 2 0 0 1 Carbo of 4 0 2 0 Cardona of 2 0 0 0 Jcruz of 4 0 0 0 Hudlay 3 111 maxvill a 2 0 0 0 Tastinger to 3 0 0 0 Clendenon pm i too hands p 3 0 0 0 Anderson St 0 0 0 0 shall Ltd p 0 0 0 0 Wise p 2 0 0 0 Aker p 0 0 0 0 Mner Tny pm 10 0 0 Segui p 0 0 0 0 77 3 7 3 too too 014-1 too too i 0 a total 34 2 i i total St. Louis Chicago a Kessinger do St. Loul i Chicago 2 lob St. Louis 5, Chicago 3. 2b a b Williams. Hrs Hundley 4. So Mon of a Ltd in. Imi i Stout i 0 0 0 0 Hend win 7 2 7 2 i 0 s Hamilton 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 Aker 110001 save Axer 4. We Wise. T�?2 15. A 30,034. We have a lot to offer a we think you do Tow. A Job for you at am textured yarn i Auld his by Norfi Tinl fur us Balli. Univ by 1900 s. Elm is. Ftp on inh�?~11 intr Ami lot Lizul Mil. U a a Pun Alffa to la fill i ruin i up in umm and Hau Kim Oil Khz Itoh positions. To be certain of an olympic berth first and let the records fall when they May a said a this is White hot Competition All right but there will be a lot of jockeying for position. For instance Spitz May swim in two or three events. So will others so they Arentt going to leave their game in the tank. save that for Mccaffree sizes this up As one of the Best in a Long line of . Powerhouse squads but warned a this will be the toughest olympics we be Ever faced and the women particularly will have their hands full at Munich. Australians Shane Gould alone holds All five world free style records from too through 1,500 meters. A among the men Well face world record holders in australians Brad Cooper 400 and 800 meter free style the russian Nikolai Pankin too breaststroke Germany a Roland Matthews too and 200 backstroke and Hans Fassnacht 200 Butterfly and swe Denis Gunnar Larsson 200 Indi Button up the 12 women i visual Medley. Events. For the first four Days of the the . Olympic squad will trials afternoon prelims and be announced about 7 p.m., eight swimmer finals nightly cdt., sunday. Will be held in five events each Day. Sundays concluding finals in the 200 individual Medley and 1,500 meter free style will wrap up the 12 menus individual events and finals in the 200 Butterfly and 800 free style will the Competition will be White hot with Only three berths to be awarded in eight events and two in the other four men s events with the women gaining three berths in Only five events and two in the remaining seven finals. Aramco uniroyal announces Zeta mileage guaranteed tires a whole new Way to buy tires. 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