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Thursday, January 9, 1969


.Pace Eleven

Thursday, January 9, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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liR ssell, Celtics outlast Pistonis;
P~luly edges Hawks at buzzer

By The Associated Press ery for taking away a scholarship
LOS ANGELES-The men who once it is granted.
run the nation's college athletic The NCAA said the move was
%)rogram hammered through a aimed at disruptive action and not
get-tough policy on scholarships at normal disobedience although
yesterday after a stormy debate some Negro delegates contended it
that touched on racial issues and was a slap at black athletes and
whether or not an athlete must non-conformists, such as the long-
get a haircut, hair and bearded types.
Many delegates warned that
The action ignited up an other- passage of the new interpretation
wise dull and uneventful final ses- opens up a can of worms in college
sion of the National Collegiate athletics, perhaps even driving a,
Athletic Association convention. deeper wedge between the black
In effect, the college directors and white groups.
ruled, that a member institution "This looks like a throwback to
may strip an athlete of his grant- the past hot summer and some of
-in-aid if he is found guilty of the things that happened then," 1
manifest disobedience. In the past, said C. D. Henry of Louisiana'sl
there has been little or no machin- famed Grambling . College, pro- l

David Swank, faculty represen- scholarships taken away and the /
tative from the University of court upheld the action." y Te Asociated Pres ,
Oklahoma who presented the pro- In other morning action, tie BOSTON - Bill Russell scored
dlaily posal on cancelation of scholar- NCAA retained the present fresh - one key basket, then stole a pass
ships, said he didn't think hair- man rule, permitting freshmen to set up another as the Boston
to compete in all varsity sports Celtics exploded in the closing
cuts were the real gproblem except football and basketball, minutes to break up a nip-and-
! The NCAA brass agreed. and made it easier for junior col- tuck National Basketball Associa-
"The key of the matter is dis- lege transfers with good grades tion game and defeat the .Detoit
ruption," said Walter Byers, exe- to transfer to four-year institu- Pistons 113-104 last night.
NIGHT EDITOR: cutive director of the NCAA. "It isj tions. With 1:20 left and the Celtics
JIM FORRESTER concerned principally with ath- * * leading only 105-104, Russell made
letes who take flagrant, disruptive Harry M. Cross, law professor a stuff shot, then stole the ball
action. at the University of Washington, to set up a basket by John Hay-
ducer of Negro pro football stars. "A case was that of seven San was named president of the Na- licek, quickly hiking the count to
"Does it mean a boy: can be Jose State athletes who lay down tional Collegiate Athletic Associa- 109-104. Bailey Howell then sank
kicked, out for failing to get a on the football field and refused tion yesterday, succeeding Marcus two free throws and a field goalI
haircut or for wearing an Afro to play a football game against Plant of the University of Mich- to account for the final margin.
haircut?" Brigham Young. They had their igan. Dave Bing, last season's NBA
scoring leader, had to leave the
BU A SLgame in the third period when heI
BUT UCLANS ROLL: suffered an injury to his right leg
in a multi-player collision. The
* extent of the injury was not im-
Af !)7' - 0 7N 4 ,n -b -n N 1b £d l / AW -W mediately known.

ball inbounds to Cunningham who
sank the winning goal from the
foul line.
C icago surrges
CHICAGO-Goals by Pit Mar-
tin, Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita
give the Chicago 'Black Hawks a

field a slowly bouncing puck shot
by Jim Pappin. Plante dropped his
goalie stick and lost control of the
disc. Martin pounced on it, lost ;t
to a Blues' defenseman, regained
it again and fired it into the open
* *


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ningham sank a jump shot with

By The Associated Press Santa Clara, unbeaten in 12 starts,
St. John's of New York, second advanced three places to third
to none as giant killers of second and Illinois, 10-0, climbed from
place teams in The Associated eighth to fourth. Santa C1ara
Press major-college basketball beat Columbia, Oklahoma City,
r.Apoll, advanced from 17th place to and San Francisco while the Illini,
eighth in the latest vote today, tripped Minnesota in its only
while North Carolina regained the game.
No. 2 position behind powerful Kansas held fifth place. Ken-
UCLA. tucky fell four positions to sev-
The Redmen, winners over North enth after splitting two games,
Carolina two weeks ago when the including a 69-65 setback by Wis-
Tar Heels were ranked second, up- consin. Villanova remained No. 9
set Davidson, 75-74 last Saturday and New Mexico State 11-0, rush-
night. The result dropped the ed up from 12th to complete the
Wildcats from second to sixth Top Ten. Cincinnati, 10th a week
place. ago, slipped to 19th as a result of
North Carolina, which tumbled its losses to Tulsa and Wichita
to fourth after its setback to St. State.
John's, collected 722 points in the Northwestern, 9-1 after defeat-
balloting by a national panel of ing Michigan State, made the
50 sports writers and broadcasters. most rapid advance among the
UCLA was again a unanimous teams in the Second Ten. T h e
choice for first place, accumulat- Wildcats soared from 19th to
ing the maximum 1,000. 12th.
The Bruins lifted their recordI
to 9-0 by defeating St. John's in The Top 20, with first place votes,
the New York Holiday Festival season records through saturday, Jan.
the ew Yrk Hlida Fesival4. and points for first 15 picks on a -
final last Monday and by beating 18-16-14-12-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis:
Tulane Saturday night. 1. UCLA 50 9-0 1000
North Carolina whipped Prince- 2. North Carolina 9-1;.722
lop 3. Santa Clara 12-0 665
ton and Duke for a 9-1 mark. 4. Illinois 10-0 651
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This Winter

5. Kansas 12-1 613 two seconds remaining to give the
7. Kedtucky -1 412Philadelphia 76ers a 112-111 deci-
8. St. John's, N.Y. 8-2 418 sion over the Atlanta Hawks last
9. villanova 8-1 343 night in a National Basketball
10. New Mexico State 11-0 322 Association game.
11. LaSalle 9-1 160
12. Northwestern 9-' v15 The 76ers trailed after the first
13. Detroit .14-2 1101 basket and didn't get the lead
14. Louisville 9-1 98 until only six minutes were left in
15. Duquesne 9- 9 the game.
16. Ohio State 7-2 86
17. Notre Dame 7-2 61 Don Ohl's field goal and a layutp
18. Drake 10-1 53 by Lou Hudson with 22 seconds
19 Cincinnati - remaining gave the Hawks a 109-
108 lead. Philadelphia went ahead
Others receiving votes, listed alpha- 110-109 when Wally Jones scored,
betically: Colorado, Columbia, Deraul, but Hudson sank two foul shots
Georgia, Louisiana State, New Mexico Hsh
Purdue, South Carolina, Toledo, Tulsa, with six seconds left.
Wake Forest, Wisconsin.I Philadelphia then passed the

3-1 victory over the - St. Louis'
Blues in a National Hockey TORONTO - The Philadelphia
League game last night. Flyers. outshot 44-19, blew a 2-0
The victory moved the Hawks lead last night but salvaged a 4-4
into sole possession of third ace tie with Toronto, their fourth
in the Eastern Division by one straight deadlock and sixth in the
paint over the Toronto Maple . last seven National Hockey League
Leafs who were tied 4-4 by Phila games.
delphia ast nig-t. St. ouis ha Guy Gendron twice staked the
a commanding edg in the West-: Flyers to leads with his eighth and
ern Divisiong ninth goals of the season. But
Toronto's Mike Walton forged the
A misplay by Blues' goalie final deadlock with his 10th goal
Jacques Plante set up Martin's at 3:08 of the final period, just 72
goal at 11:44 of the first period. seconds after Gendron had given
While skating out of his crease to the Flyers a 4-3 lead.
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