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Thursday, April 16, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Reds outlast
Bosox smash

By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI - Bobby Tolan
stroked a two-run single, capping
a three-run third inning and the
Cincinnati Reds hung on for a 3-2
victory over Los Angeles last night.
Left-hander Jim Merritt of the
Reds was sailing along on a four-
hit shutout after eight innings
but ran into trouble in the ninth.
Manny Mota singled after one
out off Merritt, 2-1, and one out
later Andy Kosco cracked his sec-
ond homer of the year. Wes Park-
er followed with a double and
Clay Carroll came out of the bull-
pen to get the last out.
The Reds' runs came on Tommy
Helms' run-scoring double and
Tolan's two-run single.
, Lonborg sparkles
BOSTON-Jim Lonborg checked
the New York Yankees with late
relief help from Sparky Lyle and
also smashed his second major
league home run yesterday as the
Boston Red Sox fashioned a 6-2
victory.
Lonborg, seeking to regain his
Cy Young Award winning form

dail
sport,
NIGHT EDITOR:
RICKEY CORNFEL
after two off seasons, hada
hit shutout for seven inni
fore the Yankees ralliedf
runs and drove him fro
mound in the eighth. Ly
on to preserve the tall righ
er's second straight triump
Torrez torrid
ST. LOUIS--Mike Torre
ed hitless ball for seven
and settled for a one-hit
night, shutting out Montre
for St. Louis.
It was the 11th consecut
tory over two seasonsf
hard-throwing right-hand
also contributed three sin
the Cards' attack.

Dodgers;
Yanks
The only hit off Torrez was a
leadoff single in the eighth inning
by Adolfo Phillips, who sliced the
ball past Cardinal second baseman
Julian Javier.
* * *
Cubs click
CHICAGO-Billy Williams' four
D straight hits, including his 250th
home run, led the Chicago Cubs to
a 5-1 victory over the Philadel-
a three- phia Phillies yesterday.
.ngs be- Ex-Phil Johnny Callison drove
for two in two runs, one coming in the
om the fifth when the Cubs chased Phillie
le came starter Rick Wise with a pair and
t-hand- clinched the year's first victory
ph. for Bill Hands.
Hands, a 20-game winner last
year, scattered six hits and yield-
ed the only run in the fourth on
z pitch- Deron Johnson's double and Larry
innings Hisle's single.

TICKET INFORMATION
Students who have football coupons charged to their
accounts during early registration will be able to redeem the
coupons for tickets starting September 3, it was announced
yesterday.
Students who are in Priority No. 4-the highest priority-
will be able to redeem their coupons for tickets starting at
8:30 a.m. September 3 at the IM Bldg. at Hoover and State
Streets.
Priority No. 3 distribution will be held on September 4;
Priority No. 2 on September 8; and Priority No. 1 on Septem-
ber 9.
Priorities will be determined as follows:
Priority No. 4-if your ID card shows imprints F, G, P, A, J,
K and Q or the number 6 or less to the right of your name.
Priority No. 3-if your ID card shows imprints P, A, J, K
and Q.
Priority No. 2-if your ID card shows imprints J, K and Q.
Priority No. 1-if your ID card shows a Q imprint.
For distribution purposes, two Spring or Summer imprints
will equal one of the letters above.
In addition, the ticket office announced that students wish-
ing to order individual game tickets for games this fall may pick
up an application at the ticket office from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p m.
starting this Monday.
The application cards should be mailed along with the
checks to arrive at the ticket office June 1.

-Associated Press
RICHIE ALLEN of the St. Louis Cardinals scores in the third inning of last night's game with
the Montreal Expos. Mike Torrez threw a one-hitter and Allen made three hits, including his third
homer of the year to lead the Cards to a 10-0 victory. Torrez had a no-hitter until the eighth in-
ning, when Adolfo Phillips singled to center.

ter last
eal 10-0
ive vic-
for the
er who
ngles to

THE VANDAL
(Continued from Page 10)
Sports should be fun. But it isn't. And that is why it has
lost its credibility.
But enough of this sermonizing. I want to talk about some
of my sports memories at Michigan, un-clairvoyant as they may
be.
I remember the 22-21 loss to Purdue in 1966, when Bump El-
liott sent in Rick Sygar to kick a field goal he could never
have made - costing Michigan a trip to the Rose Bowl.
Elliott took the blame for the mistake, without quibbling.
He wasn't much of a winning coach, sometimes not much of a
coach, just a buffer for guys trying to get untracked. But he's
one of the very few coaches who had more than animal vicissi-
tude. I resigned from the athletic board when he was dumped
in favor of Bo Schembechler - who's supposed to bring back a
Michigan dynasty with a Canham label.
Salute when you pass GO.
I remember the 80-79 victory over Western Kentucky in
the 1966 regionals, when Cazzie Russell fumbled the ball
away twice in the final minute and then won it with two
free throws on a one-and-one with 11 seconds left.
The Wolverines lost the next one to Adolph Rupp's all-
white Kentuckians - ending Cazzie's cerebral college career.
Cazzie was the miost exciting and most classy player ever
in a Michigan uniform. As Daily Sports Editor Lloyd Graff
used to say, Cazzie never sacrificed .flair for points.
... to bigtime entrepeneurs
The Events Building should be named after Cazzie instead of
Crisler. The intramural building is a better memoriam for
Crisler, who never did anything for intramurals.
Still Crisler was the best athletic director Michigan will ever
have. He tried to screw every other sport in favor of football.
But his old-fashioned ideas to reduce "minor" sports to club
status and to keep rugby, lacrosse and soccer as clubs so they
aren't hamstrung by conference rules were fair and sensible
(or would have been if he had been gracious enough to give
those sports any money).
Canham, on the other- hand, is an entrepreneur who'd fea-
ture his players in an aphrodiasiac ad for the publicity. I guess,
if the business of sports is business, then he's the boy for the
job.
But enough of this mesmerizing. I want to talk about
my philosophy, un-clairvoyant though it may be.
If I've learned one thing from sports, I haven't learned
anything. They tell me that it's not whether you win or
lose that counts, but whether you play the game.
So take that - youpinkocommiefagsdamnyourguts.

NEW COACH FOR RED WINGS:
Rangers, Bruins calm down
By The Associated Press if they knew they could end it vote his fulltime to duties as gen-
NEW YORK - The Boston there." eral manager of the National
Bruins and New York Rangers Those thoughts, and a pair of Hockey League club.
resume Stanley Cup playoff war- goals by Phil Esposito at 2:20 and The Detroit Free Press said
fare tonight with tempers con- 7:59 of the third period, got the that indications are that the new
siderably cooled despite the fact job done for the Bruins. coach will be Ned Harkness, who
that the teams already have set a Wings to Name Coach led Cornell University's hockey
record for penalty minutes. 1 Elsewhere in the NHL, the De- team through an unbeaten season.
With 346 minutes in penalties troit Red Wings said a new coach Abel and Red Wings President
already totaled up, the teams will will be announced at 11 a.m. today Bruce A. Norris will introduce the
continue to add to their record as to succeed Sid Abel, who will de- new coach at the news conference.
long as the series, which Boston :. . . ....:M:">:.::4::.:;"::.::>:"::"::>.:;.::;:.-:: ::..:.:::::::...::..::::::::-. . . . .
leads 3-2, continues. And that says
Ranger Coach Emile Francis will'!a* or League Standmgs
be for two more games.
"I have no complaints about our NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
hockey team," Francis said. "If we Eastern Division . Eastern Division
W L Pct. GB- W L Pet. GB
get the same effort tonight we'll St. Louis 5 2 .714 - Baltimore 5 1 .833 -
be back in business and back in Pittsburgh, 4 2 .667 1/ Detroit 4 3 .571 1%
Boston Sunday." Chicago 3 3 .500 12 Boston 4 3 .571 1!/2
New York 3 3 .500 1j Washington 3 3 .500 2
Bruins Rally for Win Philadelphia 3 4 .429 2 New York 2 5 .286 314
Montreal 1 6 .143 4 Cleveland 2 5 .286 3%2
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ie nruns oox ne 3-:2 ea in
the series Tuesday night when
they came from behind with two
third period goals for a 3-2 victory.
If the seventh game is needed, it
will be on national television Sun-!
day afternoon.
The two teams played pulsat-
ing hockey, with the Rangers
building a 2-1 lead after two per-,
iods that had the Bruins admit-
tedly concerned.
"Between the periods we said to
ourselves, 'if we blow it here we're
in deep trouble'," said Derek San-
derson, Boston's aggressive center.
"They'd be flying =in New York

Western Divjision
Cincinnati 8 3 .727 -
Atlanta 5 4 .555
San Francisco 5 5 .500
Houston 4 5 .444
San Diego 4 5 .444
Los Angeles 3 6 .333
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 5, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis 10, Montreal 0
Atlanta 7, San Diego 5
Cincinnati 3, Los Angeles 2
Houston 7, San Francisco 6, 10 inn.
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at New York
Philadelphia at Chicago
San Diego at Atlanta, night
Los Angeles at Cincinnati, night
San Francisco at Houston, night
Only games scheduled.

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Western Division
xMinnesota 30 1.000
xCalifornia 5 1 .833
xOakland 3 3 .500
Milwaukee 3 5 .375
Kansas City 2 4 .333
xChicago 2 5 .286
x-Late games not included.
Yesterday's Results
Chicago at Oakland, inc.
Minnesota at California, inc.
Washington at Baltimore, 2, rain
Boston 6, New York 2
Only games scheduled.
Today's Gaines
Chicago at Oakland, night
Minnesota at California, night
Kansas City at Milwaukee
Cleveland at Detroit
New York at Boston
Only games scheduled.

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Black Action Movement (BAM)-Good or Bad ?
University Administrators-Right or Wrong ?
Militancy-in or Out of Control ?
COULD THE BAM -STRIKE HAVE BEEN AVOIDE D?
REACH YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS!!
"On Tuesday, March 24, 1970, when asked by a Black student from one of my classes how
I felt about the Regential action, I replied that it appeared remarkedly enlightened but that
I had never read the BAM demands. He promised to obtain a copy for me. There followed a
week or ten days of concentrated effort to understand the problems and the strike. After
digesting all facts available to me I concluded that the strike resulted from the failure of
the Administration to communicate the expressed desires of the Regents to the BAM leaders.
Many believe that the University "gave in" to petulant students and are deeply disturbed.
This was not the case. The real disaster was the failure of the Administration and especially
the news media to promote understanding for the legitimate concerns of Black students and
faculty within the University and throughout the State."
READ THE ACCOUNT OF ONE M A N' S ATTEMPT TO GET IN-
FORMATION AND MAKE AN HONEST APPRAISAL OF EENTS

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