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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1968

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French Win Girls' Slalom; Americans Out

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GRENOBLE, France P-- For are very strong, but I think theyt
one fleeting moment yesterday a set too fast a pace."c
youthful band of American girls "I feel sorry for them because
stood on top of the ski world. But they are very good," added world
disaster again overtook them and champion Miss Greene, "but theyf
dealt the United States another just don't have enough exper-
heart-breaking blow in the Win- ience."t
ter Olympics. Miss Goitschel, giving France
The U.S. girls - Judy Nagel, its third Alpine victory in the
16; Wendy Allen, 23; Rosie Fort- Games, had a combined time of1
na, 21, and Kiki Cutter, 18 - 85.86 seconds, .19 ahead of run-
stunned onlookers by grabbing erup Nancy Greene of Canada.
four of the top six places in the Another French girl, Annie Fa-
first run of the slalom' as theyg mose, got the bronze in 87.19.
ti at has struk Amerimisforke Americans also got off to a poor
since the Games began, start in the men's figure skating as
But France's Marielle Goitschel expected winner Emerich DanzerI
came along and snatched the gold of Austria took an arrow lead
medal as the Americans were shut over countryman Wolfgan Sch-
out when three of them were dis- wartz after two of the five com-
qualified for missing gates on the pulsory figures.
first run and iMss Nagel fell on Russians Undefeated
the second. Defending champion Russia sur-
"We just never have been able vived a late burst by Sweden yes-
to get a break," said U.S. coach terday and ended the day as the
Bob Beattie with tears in his eyes only undefeated team in Group
after watching Miss Nagel fall. A Olympic ice hockey.
"Everything has gone against us, The Russians, leading 3-1, gave
but the kids have never quit fight- j up a goal by Lennart Svedberg
hIg." with only two minutes to go and
Not Enough Experience it looked as though the Soviets'
Miss Goitschel and Miss Greene might be in trouble.
sympathized with him. "They But the defending champions,
(the Americans) really didn't have playing their own special brand of
any luck today," said Miss Goit- disciplined hockey, held on and
schel, who won the giant slalom handed the Swedes their first de-
in the 1964 Olympics and in the feat.
1966 world championships. "They Canada, five - time Olympic
Magnuson to Send Questions
To Sports Arbitration Board

champion, stayed in contention by in addition to the Olympic medal
defeating a strong Czech team 3-2. the winner collects the world crown
That was the Czechs' first defeat. - could come in the last match
The Canadians had been upset of the Games on Saturday - be-
earlier by little Finland. tween Canada and Russia. The
All the leading teams, conten- Russians p 1 a y Czechoslovakia
ding for the gold medal in Group Thursday and that, too, could be
A now have played five games. a vital match.
Russia has a maximum of 10 Yugoslavia overwhelmed France
points and has scored 39 goals 10-1 Tuesday and now leads
while allowing only five. The Group B with six points on three
Cxechs. Sweden and Canada are straight victories. The Yugoslavs
tied with eight points each. have scored 21 goals and allowed
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ren G. Magnuson, chairman of
the Senate Commerce Committee,
said yesterday he is sending to
the Sports Arbitration Board
questions raised about the panel's
report on control of amateur
athletics.
Magnuson said all of the or-
ganizations concerned have res-
ponded to the committee but sev-
eral of them raised technical ques-
tions on the findings Feb. 1 of the
board, which was headed by labor
mediator Theodore Kheel.
The National Collegiate Athletic
Association and its affiliate, the
U.S. Track and Field Federation,
on the one hand,.and the Amateur
Athletic Union and its ally, the
National Intercollegiate Athletic
Association, on the other, have
been feuding in recent years over
control of amateur athletics.
The arbitration board was set
up in an effort to end the feud.
In its report Feb. 1 to Vice
President Hubert H. Humphrey,
the board established three cat-
egories of track meets in this
country - with varying sanctions.
It also proposed a five-year
binding arrangements in an ef-
fort to end the dispute.
Under the agreement, the presi-
dent of each of the organizations
was to notify the commerce com-

mittee by Feb. 10 "whether he
unconditionally accepts the state-
ment of principles and disputes
procedure to the extent of his
power. and will recommend un-
conditional acceptance to the ap-
propriate governing bodies."
Magnuson, in a statement re-
leased by the committee, said sev-
eral requested additional clarifica-
tion of the technical points while
others will accept the findings ifj
all the others agreed. He did not
specify which organization took
which action.
Dodgers Trade 2
For Giants' Hallerl
LOS ANGELES (MP)-Los Angeles
Dodgers traded second baseman
Ron Hunt and utility infielder Nat
Oliver to the San Francisco Giants
yesterday for catcher Tom Haller
and a minor league player to be
anounced.
Walt Alston, Dodger manager,
said Los Angeles, by acquiring
Haller, "filled a void of which we
were worried."
Hunt, 27, acquired by the Dod-
gers last winter from the New
York Mets for Tommy Davis, hit
.264 for Los Angels in 110 games.
Oliver, also 27, hit .237.

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