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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1967

~'AGE SiX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1967

'M' Netters Leapa
I tt
IntoFirst Place
Sweep of Singles Matches Puts
Wolverines Ahead of Michigan State
By WALLACE IMMEN feated Minnesota Buck Zimmer-
man, 6-2, 6-1 while Pete Fishback
Michigan's league leading tennis knocked, off Mike Nolan of In-
team swept its singles matches and diana, 6-1, 6-2.
won two of three doubles to end Ron Teeguarden continued Mich-;
the first day of competition in the igan's winning ways with a 6-3,
Big Ten Conference meet at Ferry 6-0 blasting of Dave Crook of
Field in first place. Northwestern. Ed Waits neatly de-
Following closebehind was the fected Crook's teammate, Ken
The play took the toll of sea- Bob Pritula finished the Wol-
soned players including one of the verine's singles action on a happy
three as yet unbeaten netters of note, beating Bob Burkholder of
the dual meet season, Vic Dhooge Illinois, 6-1, 6-2.
of MSU. In doubles, the teams of Dell-
Michigan's Dick Dell continued Fishbach and Pritula-Waits took
his dominance over opponents by an easy 6-4, 6-4 from LeProvost
beginning the action yesterday and Strause of Iowa. The Pritula-
morning with a 6-0 6-2 win over Waits team had a difficult time CHICAGO CUBS THIRD I
Phil Ward of Purdue. Dell has now with the team of Gray and Schu- second baseman Rod Caree
taken on eight straight competi- macher of Indiana, but eventually pitcher Al Worthington (15).
tors without a defeat. Today he tfiumphed, 3-6, 7-5, 8-6.
will face Dan Bleckinger of Wis- Action resumes at 9 this morn-'
consin, who yesterday beat Tom ing, on the Ferry Field courts to
Rice of Northwestern, 6-1, 6-4 pare down the contestants for the jec n
Michigan's Brian Marcus de- final matches tomorrow. I
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Clay Arrested for Speeding

*

MIAMI.Fla. (P)-Former heavy-
weight champion Cassius Clay,
who faces a posible five-year
prison term if convicted of draft
evasion, cooled his heels in the
Dade County Jail for an hour
yesterday on a traffic charge. I
Clay was arrested as he drove
his 1967 Cadillac along a Miami
street with his chauffeur at his
HOUSTON (A') - A federal'
judge reset Thursday former
heavyweight champion Cassius
Clay's draft evasion trial for
June 19.
The original trial date was
IJune 5 and his lawyers had
asked for a continuance until
Aug. 8.
side. He accompanied the arrest-
ing officer to jail without inci-
dent.
Officials kept Clay in the book-
ing section for an hour until he
made $75 bond on charges of fail-
ing to have a valid driver's license
and not keeping a promise to
appear in court.
Dispatcher Thomas Lamont said
Clay was arrested by Officer Rob-
ert E. Elliott who "recognized him
(Clay) as the man who failed to
answer a summons on an improper
left turn charge made in October.

draft evasion charge, was wear-;
ing paratrooper boots, a black
sweatshirt and work pants.
Clay has been working out'
sporadically on Miami Beach
where he won the heavyweight
crown from Sonny Liston in Feb-
ruary, 1965. He denies he is work-
ing out for a scheduled fight and
says he is merely trying to lose
weight.
A Miami News reporter quotedt
Clay yesterday as saying he re-
cently visited the campus at Texast
Southern University where rioting
broke out earlier this week and a

policeman was shot to death.
"We Black Muslims don't believe
in violence," he said. "Violence is
never going to win freedom or
equality. I never preach violence
... but I'm.never surprised to see
a racial outbreak in this day and
time.
'"My intention is not to set an
example. My intention is just to
follow my religious beliefs.
"But there was trouble in
Louisville, when I was there and
now there is trouble in Houston.
both my home towns.
"Is trouble following me?"

Hudson Jumps Cage League

-Associated Press
BASEMAN Don Buford, center, is about to be tagged out by Minnesota
w in Wednesday's ga me. Buford was caught off-base by throw from
Blot Baseball Games,

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (A" - St.
Louis Hawks rookie star Lou Hud-;
son signed a three-year contract'
with the Minnesota Muskies of
the new, rival American Basket-
ball Association yesterday, andt
a legal battle for his services ap-l
peared certain.
Preakness
To Run en
u -

SCORES

SINGLES RESULTS
Dick Dell (M) d. . Phil Ward
(Purdue), 6-0, 6-2
Dan Bleckinger (Wis.) d. Tom
Rice (NW), 6-1, 6-4
Chuck Brainard (MSU) d. Lou
Smollin (Minn.), 6-3, 6-2
Dave Brown (Ind.) d. Dan Spies
(OSU), 6-3, 6-4
Roger Barnard (NU) d. Skip
Pillsbury (Wis.), 6-4, 6-2
Mike Bave (Ind.) d. Bob Har-
rison (OSU), 6-3, 6-4
Brian Marcus (M) d. Buck Zim-
merman (Minn.), 6-2, 6-1
Rick Monan (MSU) di. Don
Stone (Purdue), 6-1, 6-3
Pug Schoen (Wis.) d. Mike Eibi
Tom Mansfield (NW) d. Rick
Stokstad (Iowa), 8-6, 4-6, 6-2
Mickey Szlagyi (MSU) d. Wayne
Fisher (Purdue), 6-0, 6-2
John Good (MSU) d. Jim Siegel
(Wis.), 6-0, 6-2
Pete Fishbach (M) d. Mike No-
lan (Ind.), 6-1, 6-2
Rich Strauss (Iowa) d. Bill
Johnson (OSU), 6-2, 6-3
Ron Keitl (Ind.) d. Steve Le-
venson (Il.), 9-7, 11-9
Ron Teeguarden (M) d. Dave
Crook (NW), 6-3, 6-0
Ed Waits (M) d. Ken Kendall
(NW), 7-5, 6-1
Nathan Chapman (Iowa) d.
John Young (Wis.), 5-7, 7-5,
6-4
Rick Wurtzel (Ill.) d. Jack Nast
(Minn.), 6-0, 6-3
Jim. Phillips (MSU) 'd. Russ

Murphy (Iowa), 6--, 6-0
Mike Meis (Ind.) d. Vic Dhooge
(MSU), 7-5, 6-, 6-2
Jerry Riessen (NW) . Don
Maderkost (OSU), 6-1, 6-3
Bob Pritula (M) d. Bob Burk-
holder (Ill.), 6-1,'6-2
DOUBLES RESULTS
Brown-Nolan (Ind. d. Speis-
Gavin (OSU), 6-0,6-2
Brainard-Monan (MSU) d.
Chez-Zimmerman (Minn.),
10-8,16-4
Rice-Barnard (NW) d. Thomp-
son-Levenson (Ill.), '6-4, 6-4
Dell-Fishbach (M) d. LeProvost-
Strauss (Iowa), 6-4, 6-4
Holden-Eibi (IlL.) d. Moline-
Stone (Purdue), 6-', 6-4
Baer-Meis (Ind.) d. Harrison-
Johnson (OSU), 6-2, 6-2
Pritula-Waits (M) d. Gray-Shu-
macher (Ind.), 3-6, 7-5, 8-6
Phillips-Dhooge (MSU) d. Wurt-
zel-Burkholder (IlL.) 6-1, 6-2
Young-Unger (Wis.) d. Testa-
Lucy (Purdue), 6-2, 6-0

r

Big Ten Standings

I

FINAL STANDINGS
MICHIGAN (8-1)
Michigan State (9-0)
Northwestern (6-3)
Indiana (5-4),
Wisconsin (7-2)
Illinois (4-5)
Iowa (3-6)
Minnesota (2-7)
Ohio State (1-8)
Purdue (0-9)

Points
71
70
52
52
50
36
28
38
18
0

t tert, unnn nurtt rs1966. BALTIMORE ()-Proud Car-
Clay said he didn't answer the ion, surprise winner of the Ken-j
summons because he gave money tucky Derby, puts his unexpected
By The Associated Press 7-1. The veteran righthander top of the second for continuing to Miami Beach boxing promoter claim for the 3-year-old champion-1
Superlative pitching perform- blanked the Reds without a hit the protest of Wynn's homer. Chris Dundee last October to pay ship on the linee Saturday against.
ances by Pete Richert and Jim or a run after the first inning. Franks then stormed out of the the fine for the improper turn. nine rivals in the richest of 92
Bunning plus the ejection by um- Cincinnati played the game un- dugout and rushed Umpire Shag "He probably did," Dundee said. runnings of the Preakness at Pim-
pires of Managers Herman Franks der protest, claiming that catcher Crawford. The umpire pushed "I must have forgotten to pay it. lico.
ofr Sanest FranciscocatherDaves haBristole topaoft
f San Francisco, Dave Bristol of Jim Coker was not given a chance Franks away and squared off as I don't remember at all too well." Entry fees of $1000 each were
Cincinnati and Billy Hitchcock of to warm up after replacing John though to defend himself. Clay waited at the jail until paid yesterday for the 10 with
Atlanta featured last night's major Edwards, who had been tossed out The player and other umpires ie Thomas the h u n r the only surprise coming from
league baseball action. oftegm!o rtsin u-cafer e laconic Frank Whiteley, Jr., train-
Sof the game for protesting a run- stepped between Franks and Craw- turned with the $75. He then left
Only four games were scheduled. down play. Bristol had been ford with Willie Mays. captain of by a side door er of Mrs. Edith W. Bancroft's,
Richert hurled a three-hitter as thrown out earlier for arguing on the Giants, pulling his manager A jail spokesman said Clay was Damascus, beaten favorite in the
Washington beat Baltimore 2-0. the same play, auvay. allowed to leave by the side door Derby.
The Senators scored on Ken Har-Iialy
relson's sacrifice fly in the fourth Jim Wynn drove in three runs Franks Was ejected and Cookie because he had requested that he W n ance ntic rDavid
and on an error by Oriole third -one on a disputed first-inning' Lavagetto managed the Giants af- not be forced to use an exit that Whiteley, son of the trainer, call-
asemonan Brkobinsronli the homer-as Houston defeated San!. would show bars in a photograph. ed from the stable's headquarters'
baseman Brooks Robinson in thehme sHusndfe dDa ter the incident. -4Cl hwbni oa at Laurel, Md., and without oth- 1
seet.Francisco 6-2 behind Larry Dier- { e h niet Clay, who had his name legally a arl dadwtotoh
seventh ker's seven-hit pitching. Hitchcock and Joe Torre were changed to Muhammud Ali, was er comment said his father would
Bunning also pitched a three- Iethrown out in the ninth inning of booked as "Cassius M. Clay." He saddle not only Damascus but
hitter as Philadelphia downed Cin. Ollie Brown, Giants' outfielder, the Pittsburg-Atlanta game, won listed his Miami address as 4660 Orme Wilson, Jr.'s Celtic Air. The
cinnati, National League leader was thrown out of the game in the by the Pirates 5-3. Both argued N.W. 15th Court. two will run coupled as an entry
with plate Umpire Bob. Engel "The arrest was made without in the~betting.
s " about a call of a pitch, incident and there was no undue The race, the second leg of the
R efuses Len1enic to M 1111 Donn Clendenon and Bill Maz- incident at the jail," said Lamont. Triple Crown which also includes
erosgi homered for the Pirates and Clay, who faces a June 5 trial the Derby and the Belmont Stakes
Gene Oliver for the Braves, in Houston, Tex., on the federal at Aqueduct June 3, will be tele-
IOWA CITY, Iowa (MP)-The Big athlete, Steve Kuberski, Moline, vised by CBS from 5-5:45 p.m.,f
Ten "reviewed fully" and then Ill., sophomore basketball player, * EDT. Only eight horses have won
rejected a petition by the Univer- who was ruled ineligible for one I M ajor League Standinos the coveted Triple. Citation was
sity of Illinois for leniency in the year. the last in 1948.
ineligibility cases of three athletes The three athletes, along with AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
involved in the recent Illinois star halfback Cyril Pinder, of W L Pct. GB ,W L Pet. GB
slush fund scandal. Hollywood, Fla., and basketball Detroit iS 10 .43 1in St. Louis 17 11 .607. _
In the opening sessionD of the Star Rich Jones, of Memphis, Kansas City 15 15 .500 5 Pittsburgh 17 12 .586 4
conference's spring business meet- Tenn., both declared ineligible, New York 13 14 .481 6 Chicago 16 13 .552 5
ing, the policy-making faculty were among 14 athletes originally Cashon 14 16 .467 , A rancisco ta 16 .500 6
representatives v o t e d against indicted in the $21,000 Illinois Baltimore 13 16 .448 7 Philadelphia 14 16 .467 7/
changing the status of two Illini fund which also forced the resig- Boston 13 16 .448 7 Los Angeles 12 18 .400 9
athletes declared permanently in- nation of football coach Pete El- Minnesota 12 16 .429 71 New York 10 17 .370 10
eiil juirbseblstrCalifornia 14 19 .424 8 Houston 10 23 .303 13
eligible: junior basketball star liott, bsktbll cah Hay YETDA' EUs
lit, basketbal coach Hary YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Ron Dunlap of Chicago and fresh- Combes and assistant basketball YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia 7, CincinnatI 1
man football tackle Derek Faison, coach Howie Braun. I washington 2, Baltimore 0 Pittsburgh 5, Atlanta '3
Newport News, Va., and a third Illinois reportedly petitioned for Only game scheduled Houston 6, San Francisco 2
jthe three players because they TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMES
were still in school. Minnesota at California (n)J St. Louis at New York (n)
Marcus Plant, faculty represent- Chicago at Kansas City (n) Cincinnati at Philadelphia (n)
' S ative secretary from Michigan New York at Detroit (n) Los Angeles at Chicago
and- also president of the NCAA, Cleveland at Boston (n) San Francisco at Houston (n)
said the faculty group acted on
send Wisconsin to Prudue and the petition after the conference
Northwestern to Illinois. eligibility committee declined tof 211-213 N. Main St.
Meanwhile, Michigan's Andy make any recommendations9
Fisher is taking aim at the batting a e nato 19-YEAR-OLD STUDENTSSpeializig in
title with .448. He is trailed by Ed Plantsaid ne was unable to dis- FINE BEERW
Chrta, icosi,.49 Jmcuss the vote involved in rejecting use IFN ER
'. Chartraw, Wisconsin, .439; Jim the petition, but said it was given
Lee, Indiana, .417; Steve Hoff- full discussion. PARKING LOTC
man, Purdue, .389, and Andy Jack- The directors proposed for fac- El, = I Hours: Daily 1 1 A.M.-
son, Iowa, .385. ulty group approval that a playoff. r f_
A pair of Michigan lefties, Jin game be held for the NCAA bas-
Lyijynen Geoff Zahn, top the ketball berth if two teams tie for for Transportation Specials
pitchers, each with 4-0 records. the title. In event of more than pOPEN: Mon., Wed. and
1 First baseman Dennis Zacho of two teams tying, the team or 4 W 2 OPEN:r.on.,W .n
Minnesota heads sluggers with .660 teams most recently involved in4E
s on 31 total bases in 18 hits-in- an NCAA playoff will be elimi-
c uding 2 doubles, a triple and a nated. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __DeLONG'S PD
league-leading 3 homers. His The faculty group repealed its - #.
teammate, Gary Reierson, leads in two year residence rule required alloW e d t ra d iion 314 DETROIT STS, A
runs batted in with 13. of transfer athletes with a class- CARRY-OUT ORDERS O
Batting-Michigan .281, and room delinquency, a rule that had of "pinning" a girl is
Minesota .280; fielding-O h i o been aimed at the so-called tramp FREE DE!
State .959, and Iowa .956; pitching athlete. -dated by
-Minnesota 2.06 ERA, and Wis- Such a transfer athlete now will J BARBECUE CHI
consin 2.49; slugging-Minnesota be required to lay out of varsity S rite b ottle cap+s. FRIED CHICKEN
.407, and Michigan .383. competition only one year.
According to an independent survey (we took it
ourselves), a startling new practice is becoming
widespread on some college campuses. -
Suddenly, fraternity men are no longer "pinning"
the lovely young things that catch their eye.
Instead, they reach for a bottle of tart,
tingling Sprite--and proceed to "cap"
' _.i the objectof their affections.
Why has this
D I A M 0 N 0 R i N G s come about?

Hudson, runnerup to Detroit's
Dave Bing for National Basketball
Association rookie of the year this
past season, said he signed with
Minnesota. for "money and be-
cause I wanted to come back
here."
Hudson's attorney, Ed Cohen of
Minneapolis, admitted there is a
legal question involved in Hud-
son's leaving St. Louis.
Cohen said there is a clause in
NBA contracts, "but in my opin-
ion..it is not a reserve clause."
"I have no idea if it will go to
court," Cohen added.
Terms of Hudson's contract
with the Muskies were not made
public.
However, Hudson said, "It was
mostly financial. I decided that
this would be a chance to further
myself. I haven't thought too
much about legal problems. I
have a lawyer to think about
that."
Hudson, who starred three years
for the University of Minnesota
before going to St. Louis, said he
was "very happy in St. Louis. The
fans and people of St. Louis were
very good to me. But it's nice to
be back in Minnesota."
Muskie Coach Jim-Pollard said,
"We couldn't have found a better
boy in the country. The biggest
smile in the place is mine and
the next biggest is George Mik-
an's." Mikan, who now is commis-
sioner of the ABA, indicated more
signings are in the offing by ABA
teams of players who have been
performing in the NBA.
In St. Louis, Michael J. Aubu-
chon, attorney for the Hawks, said
"We will immediately institute the
necessary legal procedures to pro-
tect the Hawks against this action
by Mr. Hudson."

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668-9753
GER MAN FOOD,
WINE, LIQUOR
ON ASHLEY ST.
2 A.M. Closed Mondays

By The Associated Press
The tight Big Ten baseball
championship race closes this
weekend with five first division
clubs having a crack at the title
but with Ohio State's doubleheader
show-down at Minnesota today
probably deciding it.
The Buckeyes 10-4 lead the
Gophers 9-4 by % game. After
Friday's business, Ohio State is
at Iowa and Indiana at Minnesota
for windup twin bills.
Not counted out are the other
three first division clubs-Mich-

igan with 8-4, Wisconsin 8-5 and
Iowa 7-6 .
Rounding . out today's double-
headers, Indiana 5-9 is at Iowa,
Wisconsin at Illinois 3-9 and
Northwestern 3-10 at Purdue 5-7
Michigan State 8-8 invades Mich-
igan for a single game and in an-
other single Saturday they switch
home diamonds.
If Michigan can sweep the Spar-
tan threat aside, only Ohio State
can afford a single loss and still

stay on top.
Other Saturday

doubleheaders

TEAM BATTING

Thurs., 4 P.M. to 2 A.M.
n to 3 A.M. (Closed Tuesday)
T BARBECUE
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
NLY-PHONE 665-2266
LIV ERY
CKEN AND RIBS
SHRIMP AND FISH

MICHIGAN
Minnesota
Michigan State
Ohio State
Indiana
Wisconsin
Iowa
Purdue
Northwestern
Illinois

12
13
16
14
14
13
12
13
12
G

334
361
451
451
369
340
367
323
348
324
AB

47
71
76
76
54
39
46
31
36
38
R

94
101
117
94
8
80
83
73
70
64
H

38
54
64
43
44
32
36
22
17
32
RBI

.281
.280
.259
.255
.251
.235
.226
.226
.201
.198
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Big Ten Standings

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Ohio State
Minnesota
MICHIGAN
Wisconsin
Iowa
Michigan St.
Purdue
Indiana
Illinois
Northwestern

W L Pet.
10 4 .714
9 4 .692
8 4 .667
8 5 .615
7 6 .538
8 8 .500
5 7 .417
5 9 .357
3 9 .250
3 10 .231

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PAUL CAMELET
MASTER TAILOR
Alterations for Men & Women
He is not with the Camelet
Brothers any more. He is
in business for himself.
1103 S. University
above drug store
663-4381

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of what happens
when you go
through the ceremony of opening a bottle of Sprite.
It fizzes! Roars! Buzzes! Tingles! Bubbles!
All of which makes for a much more moving moment
than to simply "pin" a girl.
Then, too, the intimacy of two people engaged
in the act of opening a bottle of Sprite in itself
leads to strong emotional involvement.
Capped off, of course, by the sharing of a
few moments of delicious abandon. (Tasting the
tingling tartness of Sprite, that is.)
The beauty of the idea is that if the course
of true love does not run smooth, you don't have
to go to the trouble of getting back your pin.
You just buy another bottle of Sprite.

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