Thursdoy, December 4, 1969
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, December 4, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
S. African tourney bars Ashe
By The Associated Press
PRETORIA, S o u t h Africa - Sports
minister Frank Waring indicated yester-
day the South African government will
be unsympathetic towards American Ne-
gro tennis star Arthur Ashe if he ap-
plies for a visa to take part in open ten-
nis events here next year.
Waring said it was obvious Ashe did
not intend coming to South Africa to
play tennis but to engage in political ac-
He said this in a prepared statement
which came the day after a newly form-
ed tennis body appealed to the govern-
ment to welcome Ashe if he wants to
Waring asserted Ashe had shown an
outright unfriendly and threatening atti-
tude towards South Africa in the past.
He had signed a call for a proposed boy-
cott of the 1968 Mexico Olympics if South
It was the first direct comment by a
government member on Ashe's reported
determination to take part in the 1970
South African national championships as
a test of South Africa's willingness to re-
lax apartheid race segregation restric-
tions on sport. South Africa in the past
has allowed non-whites to compete here
in Davis Cup tennis events as members
of a visiting national team but the posi-
tion regarding the open championships is
Observers believe Ashe could force
South Africa's withdrawal from Inter-
national tennis, possibly leading to bans
in other sports, if he is refused entry to
Tuesday night leading local tennis
players formed a new body, the South
African Tennis Players' Association
SATPA, and passed a resolution asking
the South African Lawn Tennis Union
and the government to allow A s h e to
compete here next year.
Pro star Cliff Drysdale, who was pres-
ent at the meeting, predicted South Af-
rica will be forced out of the Davis Cup
contest by 1971 whether Ashe is allowed
in or not.
"Minority groups of anti-apartheid
demonstrators can wreck any match the
Springboks South Africans play," he said.
"Once this happens the member coun-
tries of the International Lawn Tennis
Federation will be forced to move against
us to save the competition.
The Seventh Annual
MAJOR LEAGUE TRADES
Tigers deal Sparma
MIAMI BEACH P) - Baseball's Sparma to the Montreal Expos in
trading deadlock broke in a hur- exchange for another right-hand-'
ry yesterday night w h e n three er, Jerry Robertson.
deals were announced - two of Sparma, in his sixth season with
them within minutes of one an- the Tigers last season, had a 6-8
other - as t h e sport's annual record with a 4.74 earned run av-
winter meetings moved here from erage in 23 games. Robertson, a
Fort Lauderdale. rookie with the expansion Expos
The Detroit Tigers traded vet- last season, was 5-16 in 38 games
eran right-handed pitcher Joe with a 3.95 earned run average.
Wings fall to Penguins;
Celtics outlast Bullets
By The Associated Press Havlicek wound up with 27
PITTSBURGH - The surging points while Gus Johnson led the
Pittsburgh Penguins, behind first Bullets with 26 and Earl Monroe
period goals by Dean Prentice and tossed in 20.
rookie Michael Briere, defeated the Bryant hit four baskets, cashed
Detroit Red Wings 2-1 last night two free throws, and also came
in a National Hockey League up with a big steal in the Celtics'
game second period spurt, which wound
The Penguins, who survived the up with Boston leading 66-48.
whole game without one penalty, The Bullets hit six straight
got their first goal on a power; points just before the intermission
play when Prentice drove in a 15- to make it 66-54, and then got it
foot rebound shot after goalie Roy down to 75-70 midway through the
Edwards blocked a Bob Woyto- third period.
wich shot. Siegfried hit three straight bas-
The Penguins made it 2-0 with kets at this juncture and banged'
two and one-half minutes left in in two more early in the final
the period when Briere took a quarter to hold off the Bullets.
pass from Jean Pronovost who
screened Edwards while Briere Rangers tie
slammed it in from 20 feet.
The Red Wings got their only NEW YORK - The Hull broth-
goal in the second period when ers, Bobby and Denis, combined
Frank Mahovlich scored on a re- their scoring talents to give the
bound shot by Alex Delvecchio Chicago Black Hawks a 3-3 tie
which tipped off goalie Al Smith's with the New York Rangers in a
glove into the net. National Hockey League game yes-
The Penguins extended their terday.
undefeated streak to four games. Bobby scored a goal and an as-
i tuhilp n Dn iIniAri n cnl
It was the second trade in as Foy, who hit .262 with 11 hom-
many days for the Expos, who ac- ers for the expansion Royals, fills
quired pitcher Jim Britton and the gap left by the retirement of
catcher-outfielder Don Johnson veteran Ed Charles.
Tuesday from Atlanta in exchange Otis and Johnson spent most of
for left-handed pitcher Larry last year in the minors. Otis hit
Jaster. .325 at Tidewater of the Interna-
In another trade, the Atlanta tional League and Johnson was
Braves swapped veteran outfield- 13-5, splitting the season at Tide-
I er Felipe Alou to t h e Oakland water and Memphis of the Texas
Athletics in exchange for right- League.
hander Jim Nash. In a minor league transaction,
Alou, a 12-year veteran with a the Royals purchased five players
career batting average of .290, was from the Mets' organization. They
the first name player to be swap- are pitchers Bill Hepler, Al Sch-
ped at these meetings. Limited by melz and Rich Beck, catcher-in-
injuries last year, he appeared in fielder Mike Minster and infielder
129 games and batted .282 for the Steve McMillan.
Braves. All of the trading took place
Nash, 24, is 10 years younger while Commissioner Bowie Kuhn
than Alou. T h e 6-foot-5 right- Imet in informal joint meeting
handed pitcher was a dissappoint-- with the major league owners.
ment to the A's last year with an The executives discussed several
8-8 record and 3.68- ERA. He was issues facing both leagues, includ-
rookie of the year in 1966 when ing a proposal to return all-star
he won 12 of 13 decisions. balloting to the fans.
"Age was a factor," said Paul "I am confident that we can
Richards, general manager of the turn the voting back over to the
Braves. "But our need for another fans for 1970," the Commissioner
pitcher is the basic thing. It's al- said. "We are pretty progressed
on that issue."
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