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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY. AUTTU 09

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NO SECRETS PASSED
Bryant Denies
Fix with.-Butts

Plan Clay-Liston Fight for '64

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ATLANTA (P) - Coach Paul
(Bear) Bryant of Alabama said
yesterday in federal court he had
never received secret information
on Georgia's football team from
Wally Butts, former athletic direc-
tor at Georgia.
Bryant took the stand in the
fourth day of the trial of Butts',
$10 million libel suit against Cur-'
tis Publishing Co. Butts filed suit
because an article in the Curtis-
owned Saturday Evening Post
charged the two men rigged the.
1962 Georgia-Alabama game.
Rig or Fix?
"Did or did not you and Wal-
lace Butts throw, rig or fix this
game?" he was asked.
"Absolutely not," replied Bry-
ant. "And if we did we ought to
go to jail."
Bryant, whose Alabama team
won the national championship in
1961, testified that he did not re-
member any specific telephone
calls to or from Butts last fall.
The Post article charged that
Butts called Bryant Sept. 13 and
gave away "all the significant se-
crets that Georgia's team possess-
ed."
Absolutely None
"Will you please state for the
court and jury whether in any
conversation you had with Coach
Senkowski
Makes Semi's
By The Associated Press
QUEBEC - Ray 13enkowski of
Hamtramck, Michigan's number-
one singles player this year, swept
into the semi-finals of the East-
ern Canada Tennis Championships
yesterday.
He downed Bob Bedard, Cana-
da's first-ranked player, in a two-
hour battle, 2-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Joining Senkowski in the semi's
were Whitney Reed, Ham Rich-
ardson and Bill Lenoir, making it
an all-American affair.
Richardson, former top-ranking
U.S. player who now is only a part-
time performer, whipped Harry
Fauquier, Canadian Davis Cupper
and Michigan captain, 6-4, 6-1.
Reed won over Eduardo Zuleta
of Ecuador, 6-1, 6-0, while Lenoir
eliminated Rudy Hernando of De-
troit, 6-0, 6-1.

Butts at any time, he conveyed to
you any information relating to
any plays or formations for use
in the forthcoming game with Ala-
bama?"
"Absolutely not," Bryant said.
"If I had, I wouldn't have taken
it because he's for Georgia and
I'm for Alabama."

NEW YORK (P)-Cassius Clay's
backers have tentatively agreed to
a title fight between the unbeaten
Louisville contender and heavy-
weight champion Sonny Liston
next year, an attorney for the Clay
group said last night.
"We wound up our meetings
with the Liston people earlier to-
day," Gordon Davidson of Louis-
ville said, "and our group has
given tentative approval to a Lis-
ton fight in 1964, maybe in April.
The Liston people went back to
Philadelphia and are supposed to
let us know their decision in a
day or two."
Davidson said.the failure of the

Pennsylvania State Athletic Com-
mission to approve Liston's pro-
motions firm, Intercontinental
Promotions, Inc., doomed a pro-
posed Liston-Clay fight in Phila-
delphia Sept. 30.
Pressed by Time
"We knew we couldn't do it
this year when Pennsylvania said
no to Liston as a promoter of his
own fight," Davidson said. "Time
was pressing and there just wasn't
endugh time left to make any oth-
er arrangements."
Davidson said even if the Lis-
ton group approves the tentative
agreement soon there will be no

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Santo's Blast Stops Dod ers
By The Associated Press

rush to sign any more contracts
for the 1964 fight.
"With the new tax bill pending
in Washington," he said, "it
would be silly to sign something
now that might cost the fighters
a lot of money."
Asks About December
Earlier yesterday, Liston broke
his silence and called Madison
Square Garden matchmaker Ted-
dy Brenner from Philadelphia to
ask about the possibility of a De-
cember title fight, probably on
home television.
Brenner informed the champ
that he could offer him no con-
crete match at this time but hop-
ed to be able to stage a Doug
Jones-Ernie Terrell fight Sept. 30
at Las Vegas, the winner of which
could be a Liston opponent. The
regular weekly TV fights shift back
to Friday nights on Sept. 30.
Terrell is currently ranked num-
ber three after television wins
over Cleveland Williams and Zora
Folley. Jones was involved in a
highly controversial winter bout
which went to Clay by the nar-
rowest of margins.
Plan Reorganizing
Of Minor League
CHICAGO (P-Baseball's ma-
jor-minor league executive com-
mittee approved yesterday a plan
to reactivate the American Asso-
ciation, absorbed less than a year
ago in a sweeping reorganization
of the minors.
Under the proposed plan, the
American Association would be-
come a six-league team while the
Pacific Coast and International
Leagues would revert to their pre-
vious eight-team status. Both were
expanded when the American As-
sociation disbanded.

CHICAGO-Ron Santo hit his
20th ho-.ier of the season and his
second of the game with one out
in the 10th inning yesterday, giv-
ing the Chicago Cubs a 5-4 victory
over the first-place Los Angeles
Dodgers.
* * *
Yankees Still Going
WASHINGTON - Ralph Terry
held Washington to six hits yes-
terday as the New York Yankees
won their third straight from the
Senators, 3-1.
Phil Linz, filling in at third
base while Clete Boyer is getting
a short rest, hit his second home
run in the fifth inning off Don
Rudolph to give the Yankees a
one-run lead.
'Monster' Loses Again
DETROIT-The Detroit Tigers
hung a late-inning defeat on re-
lief ace Dick Radatz for the sec-
ond straight game yesterday when
Rocky Colavito drove in the win-
ning run with a long 10th-inning
single for a 6-5 victory over the
Boston Red Sox.
Radatz was so angered by the
loss he tossed his glove all the
way from the mound into the seats
behind the first base dugout. The
loss was only the fourth for Ra-
datz but his third in six days.
The Tigers, held to three hits
for seven innings, went ahead 5-2
with a four-run rally in the eighth
as Norm Cash hit a three-run
homer.
Twins Sweep Angels
LOS ANGELES - Lefthander
Dick Stigman pitched a six-hitter
for his 12th victory yesterday as

the Minnesota Twins completed a
sweep of a three-game series by
defeating the Los Angeles An-
gels, 3-0.
* * *
Azcue Steals for Tribe
BALTIMORE-Joe Azcue scored
both Cleveland runs - one on a
steal of home-and Dick Donovan
pitched a thre hitter last night as
the Indians , whipped Baltimore,
2-0.
Donovan was locked in a pitch-
ing duel with Baltimore's Steve
Barber when Azcue slid home on
the frontend of a double steal in
the seventh inning to break a
scoreless tie.
Greets Old Mates
NEW YORK - Duke' Carmel
ruined his old St. Louis Cardinal
mates yesterday with an eighth-
inning tie-breaking home run for
a 3-2 New York Mets victory.
* * * .
Friend Outlasts Sadowski
PITTSBURGH - Don Clenden-
on doubled with one out in the
ninth inning, scoring Bill Mazer-
oski with the only, run of the
game for a 1-0 Pittsburgh victory
over Milwaukee last. night.
The run broke up a brilliant
pitching duel betveen the Pirates'
Bob Friend and rookie Bob Sadow-
ski of the Braves.
* * *
Cinci. Rallies over Phils
PHILADELPHIA - Home runs
by Frank Robinson and Tommy

Harper and a three-run seventh-
inning rally built around five
straight hits carried Cincinnati
to a 6-3 victory over Philadelphia
last night.
The Phillies' runs came in the
ninth when Roy Sievers homered
off John Tsitouris after singles by
Johnny Callison and Tony Gon-
zales. Tsitouris had a four-hit
shutout going into the inning, but
needed Bill Henry's relief help to
get his eighth victory against five
defeats.
Peters Whips A's
KANSAS CITY - Left-hander
Gary Peters recorded his sixth
straight victory last night, get-
ting home run support from Dave
Nicholson in the Chicago White
Sox' 5-3 victory over Kansas City.
Nicholson, who banged a key
two-run double against the A's
Wednesday night, hit his 17th
homer with a teammate on base
in the second inning.
A HAIRCUT
IN A HURRY??
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PERSONAL
ELMER R. FOOTE, a fisherman off the
coast of Boston, lost his wedding band
over the side of his boat while at
sea. Ten years later, to the day, he
was cleaving the heads off of sea
bass at Newport News when he struck
something solid.-It was his thumb.
F48
WANTED-Riders to Dallas, Texas, leav-
ing Ann Arbor Aug. 18. Write Eugene
Friedman, 303 E. Madison, Ann Arbor.
F48
WANTED-Someone to drive '63 Ram-
bler to Houston or Brownsville, Texas,
within the next week. Call Mrs.
Castle at 5-0798. P44
DEAR CHRIS,
Having trouble getting around yes-
terday morning? Big Brother Cy is
worried about you. You and Jon must
have been quite a rollicking, follick-
ing pair; sorry I missed the grand
occasion. By the way what was the
occasion? Cy F51
ATTENTION ALL DAILY STAFF-The
fall Daily begins operations Monday,
Aug. 26. Please be here on that date
as a 30-40 page paper must be put out
by Friday of that week. If you can-
not be here for all or part of that
week, please write and let us know.
F41
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weekend between Thursday and Sun-
day. Call Carol Buchene at NO 2-
7554. F39
&NIVERSITY STUDENT can baby-sit
evenings, week-days or week-ends,,
and during the day or Saturday or
Sunday. Experienced. Dependable.
Phone 5-8130. F32
AN INTERESTING bit of news came
across the AP wires today . .. Santa
Claus's ZIP code number is 99701.
Please use this number on your let-
ters to Mr. Claus for faster and more
efficient mailing. F52
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FOUND-Keys; one apt. key and two
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Michigan's campus becomes
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Save your feet and enjoy
summerrides through the Arb.
We Have EVERYTHING in
bike accessories.
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FOR RENT
DOUBLE AVAIL. Aug. 15. Furn'd. One
block from campus. $100/mo. 621 S.
Forest. C42

FOR MALE Graduate student desi
pleasant room in quiet neighborb
1515 Brookland. Phone 8-8040.

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food.
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Rooms in quiet home. Call NO 2-4738.
C36
MODERN AIR Conditioned two bdrm.
Remodeled 3 room apt. on Campus.
Two bdrm. modern apt. close to hosp.
All apartments have disposals, heat
and water paid by landlord, off-street
parking. Office open until 9 p.m.
662-7787 663-9064
CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
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2 rm. apt. Also 2 double and 1 single
bedrooms, furnished kitchen facili-
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1460. C38
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$85 and $110/mo. 603 E. Ann. C34
3-MAN APT. Completely furn'd. All
utilities paid. $50/man. 912 Mary. NO 3-
1237. C30
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3-6357. C39
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Will be at Whitmore Lake Aug. 24
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS'
New York 3, Washington 1
Detroit 6, Boston 5
Minnesota 3, Los Angeles 0
Cleveland 2, Baltimore 0
Chicago 5, Kansas City 3
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Baltimore at Washington (n)
Boston at Minnesota (n)
Detroit at Chicago (2, t-n)
Kansas City at Cleveland (n)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 5, Los Angeles 4
New York 3, St. Louis 2
Pittsburgh 1, Milwaukee 0
Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 3
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (n)
Chicago at New York (n)
St. Louis at Milwaukee (n)
San Francisco at Philadelphia (n)
Houston at Pittsburgh (2, t-n)

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