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Tuesday, November 18, 1969

TedyNoebr18199THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven)

Ll 4 titgs
National Collegiate Standi

Wyoming

14

lose court decision

IVY LEAGUE
Conference
W E< T
6 0 0
S I1 0

la rtni
Prii fleel
Yale
Cornell
Hiarvard
Pennsyl
Brown
( olumi

o1th
tllu

All

z1 1 0 I
I :3 3 0U
'd ? 41)U
Itailia ?2 a4 1)
1 I 5 1
bia [) 6 I)
PRESIDENT'S ATHILET IC

)g amels
WV L T
8 00
ai 3 0
6; 2 0
35 0
3:i 4)0
4 4 0)
? 60
0I 8 0I

ATLIIANTIC COAST1
Conference
W L T
South Carolina a 0 0
Clemson :3 , 0
North Carolina 3 ?(0
North Carolina St. 3 3 1
Diuke ? 3 1
:laryland ' 3 0
Wiake FIorestR ? 5 0
V.irginia 1 4 01

All ganies
IV L T1
6 3 0i
45 0
5 40
34 1
26 1
2 It I)
3 6 0
3 6 0
All gamnes
WV L T
8 00
80 0
5 4 0i
31 6 (0
27 0
3 60
26 0
0 8 0i

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (;P}

SOUTHl!WESTERN

John ('arrc
Allegheny
Blethany
TVhiel
W~ashington
Adelbert
Cast

CO(NFERENCE
C~onfterence.
w I. 'r
oil 6 0 0
4 '0
1 ? 0
i & Neff. '2 4 0
1 50
0 6 0
MID AMERICAN
Conference,
WI. CT

U.S. ! broke an athletic department rule in the best interest of the welfare liam D. Carlson said: "The deci-

Toledo 5 0 0
Bowling Green 4 1 0
Mliami 2 3 I)
Ohiio U. " 3 ()
Kent State 1 4 0i
Western Michigan 1 4 0
BIG EIGHIT
Confe'rence
WV L 'I
Missouri 3 1 0
Nebraska 5 1 0
Colorado 4 ? 0

Oklatonia
Kansas Sta
Oklahoma
Iowa State
Kansas

Dai dson
Richmond
The Mlade
William &
East Caroli
Fu rman
V,11.1.
15t'
lennIessee
Florida
Auburn
Mississippi
Vanderbilt
Georgia
Ala bama
Kentlucky

3: '? 0
te 3 3 0
State '? 3 0
1 5 0
0 6 0i
SOU'I1IEIIN
Conference
WV L T
4 1 0
Mary ?2 10
Ina 1 3 0
SOUTHEASTERN
Conference
W L T
41 0
3 1 0R
3 2 1 1
42'0
3 2 0
? 2?0
23 1
? 3 0
1 5 0
State 0 4 0

All games
R' 1. TI
8 00
5, 3 Ri
6 2 0i
6 2 0I
26 s0
1 7 0i
0 8(0
All games
IV L T
9 0 0
5 4 0
6 30
4 4 1
5 5 0
4 60
All gaimes
w L T1
8 10
7 2 Ri
6 30
5) 3 R0
5 4 0
44 0
3 6 0
1 80
All gamnes
WV L T
7 20
54 0
7 20
3 6 0
2 60
1 61
09 0
All games
WV L '1
8 1 0
7 10
7'11
7 20
6 30
3i 5 RI
5) 3 1'
6 3 0
2 701
3 60

Tlexas
Texas A&MI
Itice
Baylor

Conference.
1%, L '1
5 0 0
S 0 0
12?0
33 0
? 40
?4 0
1 40
0 5 0

District Judge Ewing T. Kerr of
Cheyenne denied yesterday, a mod-
tion calling for immediate rein-'
stat~ment of 14 black athletes to
the Wyoming football team.
The players were kicked off the
Wyoming team a month ago for
taking part in protest demonstra-
tions.
In his decision, Judge Kerr ruled
against a three-judge panel to re-
view the case, and another motion
for a temporary restraining order.
Judge Kerr's decision stems from
a hearing last Monday in Chey-
enne in which testimony was heard
from University of Wyoming presi-
dent William D. Carlson and four
of the 14 dismissed athletes.

letes in protest demonstrations., "Any coach has certain inherent sides were heard fully and openly
The rule has since been relaxed. Powers to discipline regulations and the argument weighed car-
It now permits athletes to take and training, plus other matters fully. There may be appeals or,
part in protest activities as longj incidental to the general conduct ohrcuthaigadi ih
as they don't carry the activities of the team,"' he said. ohrcuthaigadi ih
in practices or games. Commenting on the ruling, Uni- of that I feel it would be improper
The 14 had appeared in Eaton's versity of Wyoming President Wil-i to comment further."
office on the morning of Oct. 17
wearing armbands in connection TO LOCAL ENTPEKESTS:
wihaplanned protest against __________________________
Brigham Young University's ties
with the Church of Jesus Christ'"
ofLte-a ans e tl s (The blacks said they were pro- Se tlPio so d
testing the Mormon Church's re-ISETL -FrdDnSate'teew etlegop oudak
strictions on permitting Negroes SEIL -Fe az etl enwSategopwudtk
to hold high offices in the church'sf businessman, announced yesterday over immediately.
hierarchy. an agreement was signed over th~e Dn adtearenn a
Eato disisse theplayrs,--,signed in Seattle.

* * 5
WE:STtF:lNATHLETIC

Coinference
WV L T
.rizona State 4 1 0
Utali 4t1 0
Brigham Young 4 2 0
Arizona 3 2 0
Wyoming 4 3 0
Texas at El Paso 2 5 0
New Mexico 1 5 0
Colorado State 0 3 0
PACIFIC EIGHIT
Coniference
Soithiern Cal 5 0 0
UCLA :5 0 1
Stanford 4 1 1
Oregon State 3 3 0
Oregon ? 2 0
California 2 3 0
Washington 01 6 0
Washington State 0 6 0

All gaines
W L TV
3 6 0'
6 3 0!
3 6 0:
3 6 0~
4 4 0
All games
W CL'T
8 0) 1
6201

attorney representing the students, ;Etndsisdtepaes
said he would appeal Judge Kerr's' maintaning they were fully aware
decision to the 10th U.S. Circuit of the rule against protesting.
Court of Appeals in Denver. Since the dismissal of the 14
jContacted at his Pontiac, Mich., black athletes, of which six were
office, Waterman said, "I am little starters on the Wyoming team, the
surprised that the judge decided, Cowboys have lost three of four
.he did not have supervisory juris- games.
diction or authority to counter- Following their dismissal, the
mand the order of the coach." 14 blacks filed at $1.1 million suit
The 14 blacks were kicked off against the University of Wyom-
the Cowboy football team Oct. ing.

weekend transfer ring majority
control of the Seattle Pilots base-
ball team to a new group.I
Danz said the agreement was
signed by William R. Daley, Cleve-
land, and Max Soriano, Seattle.
The purchase pact provides for
Da ley to retain a p~artial interest,
Danz said.
He said transfer of the club
ownership was dependent on
American League approval at its

League approval was expected.
Negotiations for a change in
ownership of the Pilots have been
1tunder way since last month, when
a rash of reports circulated that
the franchise would be moved1
either to Milwaukee or to the Dal-
las-Fort Worth area.
Daley, principal stockholder and!
chairman of the Pilots' board, re-a
portedly had been offered as much
as $13 million by interests other
than those in Seattle, but hie de-
clined to confirm such reports. "

Day of Plane Hunters
(A Vietnamese Women's
Anti-Aircraft Unit)

Richmond Dil Strike
(Bay Area Students
Support Oil Workers)

TON IGHT-8 P.M,

N EW MAN CENTER

(331 Thompson)

prohibiting participation of ath- of the team.

sion was reached only after both

Two Complete Shows: 7:30 & 9:30

(with work shops)

$1.00 admission
(to all who have it)

5 4 o 17 by Wyoming head football
4 4 1; coach Lloyd Eaton, who said they
5 4 0 -__ __

IIn his decision yesterday, Judge Dec. 4 meeting in Bal Harbor, Fla.
Kerr said he felt Eaton had acted if approval came, Danz said,

r

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Penn State
Wit tenberg
Notre Dame
hiouston
Florida State
Air Force
Syracuse
Carnegie Mellon
Pittsburgh
Grove City
Army
G;eorgia'Tec~h
MIarshall
Tulane
Utah State
Navy

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Professional Standings

N F1l
Eastern Conference
Century Division
W L T VPct.
Cleveland 6 2 1 .750
St. Louis 3 5 1 .375
New York 3i 6 0 .333
Pittsburgh 1 8 0 .111
Capitol Division
Dallas 8 1 0 .889
Wlashington 4 3 2 .571
Philadelphia 31 5 1 .375
New Orleans 2 7 0 .222
Western Conference
Western Division
Minnesota 8 1 0 .889
Detroit 6 3 0 .667
Gareen Bay 3i 4 0 .556
Chicago 1 8 0 .111
Coastal Division
Los Angeles 9 0 0 1.000
Baltimore 5 4 0 .556
Atlanta 3 6 0 .333
San Francisco 2 6 1 .250
Sunday's Games
Atlanta at Washington
Baltimore at Chicago
Dallas at Los Angeles
Dletroit at Green Bay
New York at Cleveland
Philadelphia at St. Louis
Pittsburgh at Minnesota
San Francisco at New Orleans

N It 1
National ILeague
East Division

all taxes included

1r
234
182
240
146
2615
206
183
184
267
178
166
138
252
20
168
15?

PA
2041
224
213
247
148
212
246
253
89
131
144
204
146
190
205
208

New VYork
Montreal
Boston
Detroit
Chicago
Toronto1
St. Louis
Minnes ota
Pittsburgh
Oakland
L.os Angeles

9
8
.S

t,
4
3
4
7
6
8

T Pt. G;F GA

2
5
2
r

Wlest Division
6 64
6 6 2
48 3
4 992
'_' 6
3 10 0

24
23
21
18
15
12
16
14
11
10
10
6

59
64
6Q
42
37
39
55
41
34
29
26
30

46
38
48
38
301
501
42
39
42
57
40R
48

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Du as

DC-S

Yesterday's Results
No gaimes scheduled.
Today's Gamnes
No gamnes scheduled.

New }pork
Baltimore
Miliwau kee
Cincinnati
lDtroit
Hostont

N''Bf3A
E~ast ernDivision
WV L
i7 I
10 6
11) 7
a 6 9
6 9
6 9

3 11

AFL
Eastern Division
W CL'T Pet,
New fork 7 3 0 .7001
Houston 4 4 2 .500
Buffalo 3 7 0 .300
Miami ;. 7 1 .222
Boston 2 8 0 .200
Western Division
Kansas City 9 1 0 .900
OIakland 8 1 1 .889
Cincinnati 4 5 1 .444
Denver 4 5 1 .444
San Diego 4 6 0 .400
Sunday's Gaimes
Buffalo at Boston
Denver at San Diego
Houston at Miami
Cincinnati at New York
Oakland at Kansas City

Pct.
.944i
S.625
f.588
I.400
I.400
I.400
.214
S.706
I.500
.500(
.467
.400
I.357
I.333

GB
6
61 L
9!~
12,
3a:,
4
5
6_

PF
238
176
168
167
152
276
276
227
205
149

PA
200
194
244
211
217I
104
181
247
225
211

W~estern IDivision
Atlanlta 1'? 5
C'hicago 8 8
Los Angeles "+ 7
Phoenix 7 8
San Francisco 6 9
San Diego 5 9
Seattle 5 1o

Yesterday's Results
No gamnes scheduled.
Today's Gaines
Phoenix vs. Boston at Baltimore
San Diego at Baltimore
Los Angeles at Detroit
Cincinnati at New York
Philadelphia at Chicago
Milwaukee at San Francisco

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