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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSD

)RTS SHORTS:
Governors Endorse Detroit

The Real Competition ...
Pro Sports vs. Taxes

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By The Associated Press
[IAMI BEACH-Gov: George
nney of Michigan got unani-
is approval for his resolution
orsing and supporting De-
s bid for the 1968 Olympic:
nes at the Governor's Con-
nce here, yesterday.
Detroit Girls Doing Well
AKE BIJFF, Ill.-Four Cali-
zians and top-seeded Peaches
tkowicz, 14, of Hamtramck,
h, advanced to the quarter-
0s of the national girls 16-and-
er tennis tourney yesterday.
our seeded players, including
)nd-spotted Lynee Abbes of Or-
a, Calif., were eliminated in
third round action.
[iss Abbes was spilled by Su-
Dykes of Warren, Mich., 1-6,
6-1. Fourth-ranked Pat Rip-
of Shawnee, Okla., beat Gloria
'itsky of Hamtramck, Mich.,
6-3.
Liss Bartkowicz, national 14-
-under champion, defeated

Patty Lowden of Fort Worth, Tex.,
6-0, 6-2..
Third-ranked, Rosemary Ca-
suaes of San Francisco, defeated
Vicky Holmes of Melbourne, Fla.,,
7-5, 1-6, 6-4.
Wheel Chair Olympics
STOKE MANDEVILLE, England
-Two American paraplegics won
the first gold medal of the 12th
International Wheelchair Olympic
games yesterday.
Jim Mathis of Cleveland, Ohio,
and George Pasipanki of Beria,
Ohio, teamed to win the dartchery
event--a form of precision arch-
ery. They beat the disabled Brit-
ish pair, George Beall and Don-
ald Scough, in the final.
The games, which last through
Saturday, have drawn a record
entry of 371 from 20 countries-'
all participating in wheelchairs.
The U. S. team of 26 men and
10 women is managed by Ben-
jamin H. Lipton of Woodside, N.
Y., and is coached by Casey Clarke
of the University of Illinois.

"I was treated like a common
criminal and I don't believe I am
one," Ward told the judge.
Ward, who had pleaded inno-
cent to the speeding charge, was
fined $25 for traveling 45 miles
an hour in a 35 m.p.h. zone.
Epee Title
GDANSK, Poland-Roland Lo-
sert, 19, of Austria won the Epee
title at the World Fencing Cham-
pionships yesterday.

Second was Yves Drefus
France. Gouram Kostava of
Soviet Union was third.

of
the

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Rare Breed Criminal
INDIANAPOLIS-Rodger Ward,
saying he had been treated like
a common criminal, was found
guilty of speeding and fined yes-
terday by a municipal court judge.
Ward, two-time winner of the
Indianapolis 500-mile race, failed
to appear in court Tuesday and
Judge William Sharp issued a re-
arrest warrant.

'Past Performance Doesn't Count
DENVER - Two of the three
U. S. Curtis Cup players in the
field, including the winner of the
Women's Western Amateur crown
two weeks ago, were bounced from
the Trans-Mississippi Golf Tourn-
ament in yesterday's second round.
But the medalist, Mrs. Natasha
Fife of Wichita, Kan., had no
problems and beat a fellow towns-
man, Pamela Kingsburgy, 6 and
5.
Barbara McIntire of Colorado
Springs, the new Western cham-
pion, ran into sizzling golf by her
Curtis Cup teammate, Judy Bell,
and lost 3 and 2. Miss Bell, a
partner of Miss McIntire in a
clothing shop at Colorado Springs
shot 1-under-par golf for the 16
holes, the only sub-par round in
match play so far. She blistered
the first nine with a 34, two un-
der.
The third Curtis cupper in the
tournament, Jean Ashley of Cha-
nute, Kan., dropped a 3-and-1 de-
cision to Carol Sorenson, 20-year-
old Arizona State University stu-
dent from Janesville, Wis.

By The Associated Pressj
LOS ANGELES-The Los An-
geles Dodgers, presenting a parade
of expert witnesses and pounds of
documents, pleaded yesterday for
a deep slash in the assessed value
of their big new baseball stadium.
Dodger President Walter O'Mal-
ley, who says that without a cut
his tax bill probably will be twice
what it should be, made this re-
mark as he entered the jammed
room where county supervisors are
sitting as a board of equalization:
"When they ask me if I would
sell for $33 million-the assessor's
estimated fair market value - I
have just one answer:
"You're darn right I would."
The county's assessed value is
$8.2 million, which the Dodgers
say would make their tax bill more
than $750,000. They seek a $3.6
million reduction, which would
almost halve the bill.
The chief Dodger morning wit-
ness in the day long hearing was
a professional real estate apprais-
er, Harold F. Millar.
He estimated the fair market
value as of last March 4 as $19.5
million for land, improvements, the
stadium and fixtures. He broke it
down as follows: land $3.6 million,
improvements $14.7 million, fix-
tures $1.06 million.
He said his valuation included
this data: yearly Dodger attend-
ance of 2.25 million; Dodger his-
tory; the team nearly always in
the first division of the National
Baseball League; Los Angeles at-
tendance in the same park of 1.1
million yearly; stadium rentals for
other events; estimates of Chavez
Ravine land values before and
after development; yearly Dodger

income before taxes of $2.28 mil-
lion; use restrictions which any1
seller would have to abide by, mak-<
ing it difficult if not impossible
to dispose of.
* * *
Jack Nicklaus, Inc.
CHICAGO-Jack Nicklaus, golf's
"Alexander," with few worlds left
to conquer at 23, had some inter-
esting financial comment at a
news conference held yesterday
prior to the Western Open.
The husky former Ohio State
star' said he was incorporated as
far as exhibition play is concern-
ed, allowing him a 21 per cent
tax break compared with the much
higher personal income levy on
regular tourney revenue.
Nicklaus ranks second in offi-
cial PGA money winning for the
year behind Arnold Palmer, $85,-
955 to $75,140.
The corporation setup, Nick-
laus explained, affects exhibitions
involving TV coverage.
* * *
Sonny Liston, Limited
LAS VEGAS-A Chester, Pa.,
attorney, counsel for Interconti-'
nental Promotions, Inc., of which
Sonny Liston is president and 47%/
per cent shareholder, says the
heavyweight champion will never
have tax problems.
Attorney Garland D. Cherry
said the corporation has set up a
plan whereby Liston always will
be paid up on his income tax, and
also whereby a substantial part
of his earnings will be taxable
at a lower rate as capital gains.
"This is the best deal any box-
ing champion ever had," the law-
yer said. "It is entirely legal and
ethical."

Cherry explained that as cham-
pion, Sonny has contracted his ex-
clusive services to the corporation
for seven years. Intercontinental
will promote all his fights. His
471/2 shares of the promotion prof-
its will be capital gains.
The purses he will be paid for
fighting will be earned income tax-
able at the regular rate up to 91
per cent, but all told he will get
a far higher proportion from his
fights than any boxer in history,
the attorney said.
* * *
Bubble Gum Cards Don't Count
WASHINGTON - Pitcher Cal
McLish of the Philadelphia Phil-
lies is engaged in an off-the-
diamond duel with the Internal
Revenue Service. Riding on the
outcome, besides more than $2,000
is the legal question of what con-
stitutes "home" for a major league
ball player.
The tax agency - insisting tthe
Edmond, Okla., pitcher owes the
government $2,620 for the years
1959-61-says that for tax pur-
poses a ballplayer's home is where
the team's headquarters is.
McLish, in a suit filed with the
U.S. Tax Court, says he spends
no more than 11 weeks every year
at his team's home. And he ar-
gues that the IRS position would
require him to turn his wife and
five children into "camp followers
and tramps of the road."
The IRS charges McLish with
tax d'eficiencies of $437 for 1959,
$1,011 for 1960 and $1,172 for 1961.
Except for $125 each year for in-
come from allowing his picture
and name to be used on bubble
gum.

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO - Outfielders L o u
Brock and Ellis Burton blasted
two-out, back-to-back doubles in
the seventh inning to trigger the
Chicago. Cubs' 2-1 conquest of
Cincinnati as the winning third
placers eneded a 21 consecutive
inning scoring famine yesterday.
Lefty Dick Ellsworth, a 20-game
loser last year, silenced the Reds
on four hits in posting his 14th
victory. He has lost seven.

JOHN LIEIDY
Phone NO 8-6779 0 601 East Liberty

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BOSTON - On-rushing Kansas
City raked wobby Boston pitching
and swept a doubleheader from
the Red Sox 5-2 and 7-6 last night
with rookie Ken Harrelson and
George Alusik in the big hitting
roles.
The -Athletics, who hold a 9-3
season's bulge over Boston, now
have won eight of their last 10
games while the Sox have dropped
six of eight.
Orlando Pena tossed a neat sev-
en-hitter in the opener and con-
tributed a single which scored
Harrelson. Harrelson, playing' first
base in the absence of injured
Norm Siebern, also cracked a two-
run homer, his sixth of the year.
Alusik singled and doubled for
three runs in the nightcap, which
was decided when the A's staged
a five-run third inning uprising
off loser Dave Morehead.
D a v e Wickersham, nightcap
winner, had a one-hitter going in-
to the sixth inning when the Red
Sox chased him with a triple by
Billy Gardner, a single by Carl
Yastrzemski and Dick Stuart's two
run homer, his 20th of the season.
* * *
Davenport Knocks in Winners
SAN FRANCISCO-Jim Daven-
port sliced a two-run double into
right field with one out in the
ninth yesterday and brought the
San Francisco Giants from behind
to a 4-3 victory over New York's
hapless Mets.
Met lefty Larry Jackson had a
two-hitter and a 3-1 lead going
into the bottom of the ninth be-'
fore two hit batsmen and an error
on a potential doubleplay ground-
er let in one run.
Davenport then delivered to
right to drive in the tying and
winning runs and hand the Mets
their. seventh straight defeat.
* * *
Ford Wins 12th Straight
NEW YORK -Johnny Blanch-
ard continued his, hitting ram-
page yesterday with a homer, two
singles and four runs batted in as
the streaking New York Yankees
and Whitey Ford trounced the Los
Angeles Angels 8-4.

It was the league leaders' sixth
straight victory and third in a
row over the Angels and Ford's
12th consecutive victory in a chain
begun on May 22. The chunky
left-hander was rapped for six
hits, including four in the Angels'
three-run third inning, before
leaving the game for a pinch hit-
ter in the seventh inning.
* * *
Home Run Barrage
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
Orioles, helped by home runs by
John Orsino, Jackie Brandt and
Bob Johnson, came from behind
last night and beat the cellar-
dwelling Washington Senators 8-5.
It was the Orioles' 10th victory
over the Senators in 12 games
this season.
* * *
Braves Down Cards
MILWUAKEE -Dennis Menke
and Frank Bolling backed up
Denny Lemaster's five-hit pitch-
ing with home runs last night as
the Milwaukee Braves scored a
8-1 victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals.
Menke also had a double and
Henry Aaron and Lee Maye a
double and a single each in the
attack on Ernie Broglio, Barney
Schultz and Ed Bauta.
* * *
Six Hits Enough
DETROIT-Ron Hansen, with a
puny .217 pre-game batting aver-
age, socked a two-run homer and
a sacrifice fly and knocked in the
Chicago White Sox winning run
for the 12th time this season in
a 3-1 victory over Detroit last
night.
Hansen's homer off loser Don
Mossi in the fifth followed Pete
Ward's single. Mossi had a no-
hitter until Ward led off the in-
ning with his liner to right.

The White Sox collected only
six hits off Mossi and Jim Bun-
ning, who took over in the sixth.
Mike Hershberger had two of
them stretching his hitting streak
to 16 games.
Bunning struck out seven in his
four-inning relief stint after Mos-
si's shoulder tightened.
* * *
Pseudo-Gas House Style
HOUSTON - Tony Gonzales'
hitting, Jack Baldschun's relief
pitching and some zany base-run-
ning by Houston helped the Phila-
delphia Phillies defeat the Colts
6-3 last night.
Gonzalez drove in a pair of runs
with a home run and sacrifice fly.
Baldschun came to the relief of
starter and winner Cal McLish and
stifled a Houston rally in the sev-
enth when the Colts narrowed
Philadelphia's margin- to 4-3.
In the previous inning, five of
the first six Colts who faced Mc-
Lish managed to reach base but
only two scored. One was cut
down at the plate and another
was tagged out when he over-ran
third.
Twins' Southpaws Hot
CLEVELAND-Southpaws Dick
Stigmand and Jim Kaat turned
in brilliant shutout pitching as
the Minnesota Twins swept both
ends of yesterday's doubleheader
from Cleveland 9-0 and 5-0.
Stigmand was supported by an
11-hit attack in the opener that
included two home runs by the
hot-hitting Don Mincher and
four-baggers by Rich Rollins and
Johnny Goryl.
Kaat, who spun a six-hitter in
the nightcap, helped his own
cause with a three-run homer in
the ninth inning of the nightcap
when the Twins scored all their
runs off loser Dick Donovan.

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Major League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB W L Pct. GB
New York 61 34 .642 - x-Los Angeles 61 37 .622 -
Minnesota 54 44 .551 812 St. Louis 55 44 .556 6%
Chicago 53 44 .546 9 Chicago 53 44 .546 7
Baltimore 55 46 .545 9 San Francisco 54 46 .540 71/
Boston 51 45 .531 10/ Cincinnati 53 47 .530 9!1
Cleveland 47 52 .475 16 Philadelphia 52 48 .520 10
Kansas City 45 52 .464 17 Milwaukee 50 49 .506 11y
Los Angeles 47 55 .461 172 x-Pittsburgh 49 48 .505 11%
Detroit 41 53 .436 19% Houston 37 65 .362 26
Washington 34 63 .351 28 New York 32 68 .320 30
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS x-Played night game.
New York 8, Los Angeles 4 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 8, Washington 5 Chicago 2, Cincinnati 1
Chicago 3, Detroit 1 San Francisco 4, New York 3
Kansas City 5, Boston 2 Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 1
Kansas City 7, Boston 6 Philadelphia 6, Houston 3
Minnesota 5, Cleveland 0 Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Detroit Cincinnati at Chicago
Minnesota at Cleveland New York at San Francisco
Los Angeles at New York St. Louis at Milwaukee
Kansas City at Boston Philadelphia at Houston (n)
Washington at Baltimore (n) Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (n)

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