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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Foresee NCAA, AAU Dispute

CHICAGO (A) - The United
States Olympic Committee meets
this weekend to study plans for
the 1968 Olympiad at Mexico City,
but the special session Imight re-
sult in more throat-cutting be-
tween the Amateur Athletic As-
sociation and the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association.
General intent of the two-day
session starting Saturday is to
revamp the complex-organization-
al structure which marshals
American athletes for the world
games.
However, the battle between the
AAU and NCAA over sanctioning
amateur competition couild keep
the Olympic committee president,
Kenneth (Tug) Wilson, hopping
in a referee's role.
U.S. Majority
The major item of the agenda
is a proposal by one of the USOC's
174 aiding organizations, the Na-
tional Association os Amateur
Oarsemen. It would give inter-
nationally-recognized U.S. govern-
ing groups majority membership
on each of the various games com-
mittees handling some 20 Olympic
sports.
The rowing group wants to con-
trol its own games committee,
supervising a sport in which the
AAU and NCAA has small interest.

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But the over-all results would
shatter evenly-matched represen-
tation by the AAU and NCAA on
such important games committees
as track and field.
AAU, NCAA-Balances
On the games track committee,
the AAU and NCAA have nine
members each and the armed
forces four. In basketball, it's
eight each for the AAU and NCAA
and four for the armed forces. In
gymnastics, the breakdown is 6-
6-1.
A majority vote of about 240
expected delegates is needed to
approve the proposal, already ac-
cepted by the USOC board of di-
rectors 27-11 last month.
Approval would further split
battle lines already bristlingover
the NCAA's boycott of the Nation-
al AAU track meet at San Diego,
Calif., June 25-26.
There is some talk of a possible
walkout by the NCAA.
Reject Feeler
The AAU-NCAA standoff was
rekindled Friday when the two
top AAU officials, President Cliff
Buck of Denver and Executive
Director Don Hull, rejected a
peace feeler from NCAA President
Everett D. Barnes on the track
meet hassle.
Barnes said a ban on under-

graduate collegians would be lift-
ed if the AAU granted "permis-
sion for NCAA certification and
USTFF (U.S. Track and Field
Federation) sanction" of the meet.
Buck and Hull retorted, in ef-
fect, that's just where the NCAA
came into the whole squabble long
ago.
Sanction
"If the NCAA can have the
right to share sanction with an
organization (AAU) which has
sole recognition by the Interna-
tional Amateur Athletic Federa-
tion, so could each of the four
military services, the NAIA, the
YMCA and the high schools,"
Hull said.
"It is completely impractical
and contrary to our existing rule
which does not permit multiple or
dual sanctioning."
Buck said any public criticism
for not allowing top collegians to
compete in the AAU track meet,
necessary to win berths on the
U.S. team which meets Russia at
Kiev July 30-31, must be borne by
the NCAA.
"It was the NCAA, in convention
action last January, which passed
this rule which keep undergrad-
uates out of AAU meets lacking
co-sanction by the NCAA," said
Buck.

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LEMA TWO STROKES BACK:
Aaron Takes Cleveland Lead

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all utilities. 663-7268. C4
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1 & 2 man furnished apts. available
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2, 3, A 4 man, modern furnished
apts. for fall. Disposals, wall-to-wall
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Campus Management
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C22
Apartments Galore
FOR FALL: Married, 2, 3, or 4 person
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Oh, to be a slob!
How I long for the olden days
When highwaymen used to rob
Women of their virtue
And men of their clothes;
But why today's fashions?
Nobody knows.
Oh, to be a Michigan man,
It's great to be sure,
But I'd make a millionaire
Of the one that could cure
The epidemic to socks that's
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Oh, to be a Michigan man! F49

Tommy I

Aaron, 28-year-old
took the half-way
$125,000 Cleveland
Tounrament Friday
four-under-par 67.
Aaron's 135 total

Georgia pro,
lead in the
Open Golf
by carding a
for 36 holes,

was seven under par and two
strokes better than defending
champion Tony Lema and Gordon
Jones, a former Ohioan; who plays
out of Orlando, Fla.
Jones turned in the day's best
round, a 66, to go with his even
par 71 Thursday. He birdied five
holes on Highland Park's 6,821-
yard front nine for a, 31.
Venturi Fails
U.S. Open titlist Ken Venturi
failed to make the cutoff when he
finished with a 76-74-150.
Lema dropped in a 12-foot putt
on the final hole for a 70. He shot
a 67 Thursday to share the lead
with Billy Casper.
But Casper had alarm clock
trouble Friday, arrived at the
course only 10 minutes before
.tee time, had no time to warm up
vnd soared to a'73 for a 140 total.
Contenders
Still in contention at 138 were
Dan Sikes, who shot a 70, and
Bert- Weaver, who matched
PORTS
SHORTS
y The Associated Press
PORTHCAWL, Wales - Nine-
teen-year-old Clive Clark of Eng-
land knocked off the final Ameri-
can survivor, Bill Hyndman of
Philadelphia, and then swept into
the final of the British Amateur
Golf Championship yesterday.
After beating Hyndman 3 and
2 in the morning quarter-finals,
the teen-aged Briton continued
his amazing advance with a 1-up
victory over fellow Englishman,
Martin Christmas.
Former champion Michael Bon-
allacl" will oppose Clark in Satur-
day's 36-hole showdown for the
title.
BECKENHAM, England-Maria
Bueno, Brazil's reigning Wimble-
don queen, demolished Billie Jean
Moffitt, U.S. Wightman Cup star,
6-2, 6-0, yesterday and reached
the women's final of the Kent
Tennis championsh-ips.

Aaron's 67. Randy Glover had a
70 for a 139 total, while Mason
Rudolph, Larry Mowry, Julius
Boros and Don Stickney were
bunched at 140 along with Casper.
At least a dozen others were,
bracketed at 141, including Arnold
Palmer, who scored a one-under
70.
Aaron rode to the top on the
strength of some fancy putting.
He holed a 70-footer on No. 2
and a 30-footer on No. 11 for two
of his five birdies. His one bad
hole came on the 464-yard No. 3

when he drove into the rough
and then was short of the green.
12 Putts
Jones needed only 12 putts on
the front nine and finished with
27 for the day.
A score of 146 or better was
needed to make the cutoff for the
final 36 holes.
PGA champion Bobby Nichols
barely survived the cut by shoot-
ing a 71 for a 146. Among those
who failed were Tommy Bolt,
Gardner Dickinson, Tommy Ja-
cobs and Doug Sanders.

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Call 6135-2378 between 5:30-6:00.. B5
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A listing service for privately
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G12
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By The Associated Press
DETROIT - The American
League-leading Minnesota Twins
swept a doubleheader from De-
troit in extra innings last night,
winning the opener 5-4 in the 10th
~on Jimmie Hall's' sacrifice fly
and taking the nightcap by the
same score on a triple by Hall
that capped a three-run 12th.
LOS ANGELES - Left-hander
Al Downing survived 13 Los An-
geles hits last night as the New
York Yankees defeated the An-
gels 6-4 for their sixth victory in
their last seven games.
The Yankees pounded four Los
Angeles pitchers for 10 hits, in-
cluding two ; run-scoring doubles
by Roger Maris, a run-scoring
double by Doc Edwards and run-
scoring singles by Bobby Rich-
ardson and Clete Boyer.
* * *
ST. LOUIS-Felipe Alou pound-
ed a three-run homer, breaking a
2-2 tie in the seventh inning as
the Milwaukee Braves made it
eight victories in their last 10
games by beating the skidding St.
Louis Cardinals 8-2 last night.
Denny Lemaster got the victory
for a 4-5 record with relief help
from Phil Niekro.
* *
KANSAS CITY-Jim Landis hit
his first homer of the season and
Rollie Sheldon won his first game
in a Kansas City uniform as the
Athletics defeated Cleveland 5-2
Friday night.
The A's pounced on Jack Kra-

lick for four runs in the first two
innings and moved to the victory
behind the steady seven hit pitch-
ing of Sheldon, making his fifth
start since he was obtained in a
trade with the Yankees.
PHILADELPHIA--Johnny Cal-
lison hit an inside-the-park hom-
er with two out in the 10th in-
ning, giving the Philadelphia Phil-
lies a 6-5 victory over Houston
last night.
WASHINGTON-Don Buford's
leadoff home run in the 10th in-
ning of the second game brought
the Chicago White Sox a 5-4 vic-
tory over Washington and a sweep
of a twi-night doubleheader yes-
terday.
The White Sox won the opener
5-2 with Juan Pizarro, a 19-game
winner last year, gaining his first
victory of the season. The dou-
ble loss was the first this season
for the Senators, who had won
five twinbills and split three.
Major League
Standings
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ROOM FOR RENT-723 Packard near
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place to live & study for working
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C40
FOR RENT-1963 Ford Fairlane, full in-
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SUMMER SUBLET
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6:30 p.m. and ask for Barb, Doree or
Rosalie. People who don't like kittens
need not apply. U22
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3 bedroom apt. avail. July 1
4 men-$25 each
3 men-$30 each
2 men-$35 each
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U21

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COME TO CHURCH

W L Pct.
Los Angeles 35 22 .614
Milwaukee 29 21 .580
Cincinnati 30 23 .566
San Francisco 30 25 .545
Pittsburgh 28 26 .519
Philadelphia 26 28 .481
St. Louis 26 28 .481
Houston 26 32 .448
Chicago 22 31 .415
New York 20 36 .357
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 4, Chicago 3
Los Angeles'2, New York 1
Philadelphia 6, Houston 5
Pittsburgh 5, San Francisco 3
Milwaukee 8, St. Louis 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at New York
Houston at Philadelphia
San Francisco at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at Chicago
Milwaukee at St. Louis

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New York at Los Angeles (n)
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663-4700. U47
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MISCELLANEOUS

UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Services of Worship
The Campus Ministry of the United Pres-
byterian Church in the U.S.A. invites you
to worship at one of the Presbyterian
Churches of Ann Arbor.
CALVARY UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
2727 Fernwood
Worship Service-10:30 a.m.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
1432 Woshtenaw
Worship Services-9:00 and 10:30 a.m.
NORTHSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Temporarily worshipping at the
Ph; Chi Medical Fraternity
2250 Fuller Rood
Worship Service-10:45 a.m.
WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN CHUCH
1914 Greenview Drive
Worship Service- 1:00 a.m.

THE CHURCH OF CHRIST
W. Stadium at Edgewood
Across from Ann Arbor High
John G. Makin, Minister
SUNDAY
10:00 a.m.-Bible School.
11:00 a.m.-Reaular Worship.
6:00 p.m.-Evening Worship.
WEDNESDAY
7:30 p m.-Bible Study.

Transportation furnished for- all
NO 2-2756.

services-Call

ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH and
the EPISCOPAL STUDENT
FOUNDATION
306 North Diviison
Phone 662-4097
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
10:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
(breakfast following at Canterbury
House)
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Monday 7:00 a.m. (St. Barnabas') Holy
Communion
Wednesday 7:00 a.m. Holy Communion
Friday 12:10 p.m. Holy Communion
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL
1511 Washtenaw
(The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod)
Alfred T. Scheips, Pastor
Stephen J. Sein, Vicar
Sunday at 9:15 a.m.-Bible Class.
Sunday at 10.30 a.m.-Worship Service.
Wednesday at 10:00 p.m.-Midweek Devotion.

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HURON HILLS BAPTIST CHURCH
Meeting at Y M-YWCA-350 S. Fifth
Rev. Walter R. Petersen, Pastor
9:45 a"m.-Sunday Bible School.
S1 :00 a.m.-Service.
7.00 p.m.-Evening Gospel Hour.
Thursday, 7:30 p m.-Midweek Bible Studies
and Prayer Service.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH and
WESLEY FOUNDATION
At State and Huron Streets
Phone NO 2.4536

Well, shut mah mouth if Ralph's
doesn't havethermost scrumptous
food in Ann Arbor.
RALPH'S MARKET
709 Packard
Op~en every night til 12

BETHLEHEM UNITED CHURCH
OF CHRIST
423 South Fourth Ave.
Rev. E. R. Klaudt, Rev. A. C. Bizer,
and Rev. A. J. Habermehl, Pasturs

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LUTHERAN STUDENT CENTER
AND CHAPEL
Nationl Lutheran Council

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