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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Twins Fire Mele

ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (R) ;
-Minnesota Twins President Cal-
vin Griffith fired Sam 'Mele as
his club's manager late yesterday
and a short time later named Cal
Ermer as the successor.
Ermer, 42, takes over the Twins
after 2'/2 seasons as manager of
the Twins' Triple-A farm team
at Denver in the Pacific Coast
League.
In naming Ermer, Griffith by-
passed peppery Twins coach Billy
Martin, regarded by many as
Mele's eventual successor since he
was hired as a coach before the
1965 season.
Eleven members of the Twins
squad have played under Ermer,
including sluggers Harmon Kille-
brew and Bob Allison, who played
in 1957 at Chattanooga, where
Ermer was managing.
Griffith said he "just felt a
change would be in the best in-
terest of the ball club."
"Sam did a good job for us,"
Griffith added. "Mele in the past
has done a terrific job for us. But
I thought there had been an ac-
cumulation of certain things. I'
thought there were things that
should have been done that weren't
done.
"I'm not going to criticize Sam
Mele. He's done a great job, and
I'd be willing to give him another

job. He cannot catch on with any
other club this year."
Griffith also indicated the fact
Mele had signed a two-year con-
tract after the Twins' pennant
winning year of 1967 also had a
bearing on a decision not to fire
Mele last year.
"I've instructed my junior ex-
ecutives," Griffith said, "that one-
year contracts should suffice for
any manager or coach in the fu-
ture."
Netters Send
Four to NCAA
Michigan is sending four play-
ers to the NCAA Tennis Cham-
pionships at Southern Illinois Uni-
versity in Carbondale, Ill.
The top four players of this
year's squad will begin competi-
tion starting Monday. Dick Bell,
unbeaten sophomore in the Big
Ten in dual competition, will share
duties with Brian Marcus, Pete
Fishbach and Ron Teeguarden.
Southern California and UCLA
are rated favorites in the tour-
nament. The Trojans bring Sam
Smith and Bob Lutz, ranked 11th
and 14th nationally.

RyunCoasts
T880,Win
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (A) -
Easy running Jim Ryun, weaving
through a crowded 12-man field,
clocked his best 880 of this year in
1:47.2 last night in the United
States Track and Field Federation
championships.
Ryun, who practiced for the
meet in the 7,500-foot altitude of
Alamosa, Colo., appeared relaxed
throughout the race at Albuquer-
que's 5,100 feet.
Kansas track Coach Bob Tim-
mons said Ryun also would run
the mile tonight.
D e l m o n McNabb, Louisiana
State, hurled the javelin 266 feet,
31/2 inches-best in the nation this
year-in another final.
D a v i d Adkins bettered the
USTFF mark in the 440 intermed-
iate hurdles with a 50.5 clocking.
The old record was 50.8 in 1966 by
Richard Johnson of Colgate.
T h e USTFF Championships
opened last night without Ama-
teur Athletic Union sanction.
The USTFF, whose parent body
-the National Collegiate Athletic
Association-is at odds with the
AAU, says it did not seek the
sanction.
.Ryun was affected by lack of
sanction in last year's USTFF
meet when he ran a world record
time of 1:44.9 in the half-mile
only to have the standard disal-
lowed internationally because the
meet had not won AAU blessing.
Should Ryun or any other com-
petitors crack a record barrier,
USTFF officials perdict a similar
course.
Conrad Nightingale, who also
trained with Ryun at Adams State
College, won the 3,000-meter
steeplechase by a few steps over
New Mexico's Web Loudat. Night-
ingale was timed in 9:04.9, com-
pared with Loudat's 9:05.0.
Kent State, Ohio, sprinter Orin
Richburg missed the meet record
in the 220 by one-tenth of a sec-
ond when he won in 20.7.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
DAVID KNOKE

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.
x-Detroit 31 19 .620
Chicago 28 20 .583
Baltimore 26 23 .531
Boston 26 24 .520
New York 25 25 .500
Cleveland 25 26 .490
Minnesota 25 26 .490
Kansas City 25 28 .472
x-California 22 32 .4071
Washington 21 31 .404
-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 2-6, Cleveland 0-0
Boston 8, Washington 7
New York 2, Chicago 1 (10 inn)
Baltimore 11, Minnesota 2
Detroit at California (Inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at California (n)
Cleveland at Kansas City (t-n)
Baltimore at Minnesota (2, d-n)
Chicago at New York
Washington at Boston

NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Cincinnati
St. Louis
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Atlanta
Philadelphia
Los Angeles
Houston
New York

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This Sunday Evening, June

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 10, Houston 7
Chicago 6, New York 5
Pittsburgh 16, Philadelphia 1
Atlanta 5, San Francisco 3
St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Chicago
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (n)
San Francisco at Atlanta (n)
Houston at Cincinnati
Los Angeles at St. Louis (n)

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