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Thursday, March 27, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NCAA

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Carolina

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recruiting

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Infractions alleged in both
basketball and football
By BILL CUSUMANO
Associate Sports Editor.
The Daily learned yesterday from an authoritative
source that the University of North Carolina is being in-
vestigated by the National Collegiate Athletic Association
(NCAA) for alleged recruiting violations in both basketball
and football.
North Carolina has been presented with the charges by
the NCAA and is currently in the process of answering them.
The Tar Heels have yet to reply to the charges, so no
final decision can be made by the Committee on Infractions,

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the agency of the NCAA thai
is involved. with enforcement,
Sources say that the charge,
specifically involve football and
basketball; the football violation,
having come since Bill Dooley be-
came the school's head coach. The
basketball charges all come frorr
s u p p o s e d infractions incurred
while Dean Smith has been head
coach.
There had been rumors thai
Dooley was violating NCAA prac-
tices and preliminary investiga-
tions were started last year. 'Offi-
cials in the Atlantic Coast Con-
ference have been silent on the
matter and Conference Commis-
sioner James Weaver, when ques-
tioned, replied, "I'm not going tc
discuss any of that."
The specific rules North Caro-
lina may have broken ai'e not
known. All that has come to light
is that the violations did involve
recruiting. .
The Tar Heels are a member of
the Atlantic Coast Conference,
traditionally known for its basket-
ball powerhouses. In the past three
years North Carolina has domi-
nated that conference, winning the
title each season plus the confer-
ence tournament, an unprecedent-
ed feat. They also have won the
Eastern Regional crown .for three
consecutive years, also a record,
and last year lost to UCLA in the
final round.
Football fortunes have not been
as good at North Carolina, though,
and Dooley was brought in from
Georgia to make the Tar Heels a
winner. While an assistant to his
brother Vince at Georgia, Dooley
Wildcats'
Special To The Daily
TUCSON - The fifth-ranked
Arizona Wildcats exploded for five
big runs in the first inning and
rolled on to an easy 8-2 victory
over the Wolverine baseball team
yesterday. The defeat dropped
Michigan's record to 2-5, and
marked the first of five games to
be played with the Wildcats over
a four day period.
In the decisive first frame Ari-
zona. collected half of their ten
hits with two singles and three
doubles in addition to two walks.
The big blow leading to the Wol-
verines' demise was a long three-
run double by shortstop Dave
Jacome, the seventh of ten bat-
ters to step to the plate that in-
ning.
After. his disastrous opening
Michigan hurler Toni Fleszar was
able to settle down and pitch fine
MICHIGAN (2)

dail
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM FORRESTERI
More Sports: see Page 7
helped to build one of the nation's
top teams. He has yet to have a
winning season at North Carolina
in two years and has only two
more years left in which to pro-
duce the victorious club that he
promised upon arrival.
The NCAA policy, stated in its
bylaws, says that a member in-
stitution is responsible for its own
conduct, and if under investiga-
tip, shall be informed of all spe-
cific charges against it. The in-
stitution is then given the oppor-
tunity to appear before the Coun-
cil (ruling board of the NCAA)
and answer those charges with
any a evidence that it might pro-
duce.
The North Carolina investiga-1
tion has now been going on for
almost a year because of this pro-
vision. Since the school is given
an opportunity to conduct an in-
quiry and answer the charges, the
investigative process is often drag-
ged out for a number of months,
as evidenced by the Big Ten in-
vestigation of discounts at Mich-
igan last year, which took several
months to complete.I

Hawks drop Rangers;
Toronto beats Montreal
By The Associated Press off the a 3-0 lead over the third-
CHICAGO - Kenny Wharram place Rangers in th first period.
scored a three-goal hat trick last Stan Mikita, Gilles Marotte and
night and Bobby Hull boosted his Bobby Hull scored goals in the
record-breaking goal scored total surge.
to 56 as the Chicago Black Hawks New York's Jean Ratelle tallied
whipped the New York Rangers 6- the first of his par in the first
4. minutes of the second period but
The Black 'Hawks, buried in last I Wharram put the Hawks out of
place in the National Hockey danger once again with the first
League's Eastern Division, jumped of his three goals and his 26th of
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h- Walt Tkaczuk cut the Chicago
lead to 4-2 midway in the second
G olfers fift period, then Wharrem complet-
ed his hot trick in the final per-
Nlian'ii itour od while Ratelle and Bob Nevin
inended the Rangers' scoring.
Special To The Daily Hull's 56th goal came on a
CORAL GABLES, Fla. - Michi- short jab past goalie Ed Giaco-
gan's golfers weren't overly pleas- min.
ed with their scores after yester- i
day's action in Miami, but cur- TORONTO - Third period
rently hold down fifth place in the goals by Floyd Smith and Mike
Miami Invitatioinal Tournament. Walton capped a Toronto r a 11 y
The linksmen came out of the that carried the Maple Leafs to a
first day of tourney play with a 6-4 National Hockey League vic-
team total of 304, with Florida tory over Montreal last night.
State leading the field. Montreal's dfeat kept alive idle
Keith Mohan led the Wolverines Boston's hopes for catching t h e
with a fine score of 72, but the Canadiens in the race for the East
rest of the team had its troubles. Division championship. T h e
Randy Erskine, considered to be Bruins trail the Canadiens by four
the backbone of the Wolverine at- points and have three games to
tack, lagged behind with an eigh- play while Montreal has two re-
teen hole total of 80. Erskine is maining.
curently recovering from knee The Canadiens scored three
surgery, and his recent operation quick goals with Henri Richard,
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Big Bill Russell takes aim
35 points by John Havlicek car- In the second half, Boston led
ried the Boston Celtics to a 114- by 17 three times before a Phil-
100 victory over the Philadelphia adelphia rally cut it to six at 77-
76ers last night in the first game 71 with 2:38 remaining in the
of their National Basketball As- third period.
sociation Eastern Division semi- Boston then ran off nine
finals series. straight points in little more than
Russell, the player-coach of a minute for an 86-73 lead after
the Celtics, blocked 13 shots and three ,quarters,
intimidated t h e Philadelphia The 76ers never got closer than
sooters with his leaping, six-foot six after that.
11-inch frame under the basket. Sam Jones scored 19 for the
He also took down 13 rebounds Celtics, while Billy Cunningham
and handed out eight assist., ' topped Philadelphia with; 27. Hal
Boston broke the game open in Greer, the 76ers jump shooting
the second period with a 16-5 ace, shot only three for 21 from
surge that turned a 44-44 game the field and wound up with 11
into a 60-49 Celtics' halftime lead. points.
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-Associated Press,
DAVE DRYDEN OF CHICAGO blocks a shot by New York's Rod
Gilbert in a National Hockey League contest last night in the
Windy City. Dryden came out of his net to make the save on the
play, as the Black Hawk's won 6-4.
Should North Carolina be found a possible suspension from the
guilty by the Council there are Association.
several ossible punishments. Thev

may have affected his play.
BILLBOARD
The first in a series of meet-
ing with representatives of
athletic organizations sponsored
by the Advisory Committee on
Recreation, Intramural and Club
Sports will be held tonight at
Bursley Hall, North Campus at
6 p.m. The meeting will be held
with the Committee of'Bursley
Council and Baits Athletic Com-
mittee representatives, North-
oods Terrace Association repre-
sentatives and ICC during din-
ner. All interested students are
invited to attend.

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guson all hitting in the first 13
minutes. Then, with 2%/2 minutes
left in the opening period, Ron
Ellis started Toronto's comeback.
After Norm Ullman's 35th goal
of the year and Dave Keon's 27th
tied the game in the second per-
iod, Montreal regained the lead
when Jacques Lemaire scored with
just 38 seconds left in the period.
But 18 seconds later, Jint Dorey
tied it again for the Maple Leafs.
Celtics sparkle
PHILADELPHIA - Bill Russell
scored only two points, but h I s
great defensive play, along with

could just be reprimanded or cen-
sured or put on one year or more:
of probation. They also could be
made ineligible for post season;
championships and specific invita-#
tional m e e t s or tournaments.I
Other penalties could be ineligi-<

Just this year LaSalle, St. Bona-
venture and Florida State were
put on probation for recruiting
violations. If this happens to
North Carolina it would mark the
second time in a ten year period
that this has occurred. At the
moment, though, it looks as if no
decision will be forthcoming in the

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ball the remainder of the way but
his teammates were unable to
overcome their large deficit.
Through his last seven innings of
work Fleszar gave up just five
hits and three runs but the Wol-
verine hitters could only manage
a meager two scores.
Michigan's first run came in
the sixth frame as John Kraft
singled to left with one man down
and advanced to second on a wild
pitch. Kraft then scored on catch-
er Pete Titone's single. Center-
fielder Mike Rafferty's ground out
in the eighth brought in Kraft,
who had tripled, with the Wol-
verine's second and last score of
the game.
Coach Benedict's charges equal-
ed the Arizona hit total of ten,
hitting in every inning except the
first and ninth, but they left nine
men stranded on base. One bright
spot for Michigan was the con-
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tinued great batting of senior left- gets his second pitching
fielder Kraft who collected three ment and Mike Rafferty,
hits to give him a .519 average verted shortstop, will be
with 14 for 27. He also leads the d s
team in RBI's with 13-only three the plate.
behind the 16 Elliott Maddox --
needed to lead the team in last
season's western trip.
Second baseman Steve Forsythe
became the last regular to break
into the hit column as he singled
13 straight failures at the plate.
Last year he was the Wolverines
fourth best hitter with a .227 per-
centage.
Today the Michigan nine will
try to get back on the winning
track by starting a basketball bat- Re-entry
tery. Dan Fife, who was plagued
by wildness in his first outing,

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