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TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1965

THE 1MICHIG~AN DAILY

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NCAA Ignores Violation of Ban

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:
Sox Rap Twins, 17-4;
Take Over First Place

HAMILTON, N.Y. (())-Ever-
ett D. Barnes, president of the
National Collegiate Atnietic As-
sociation, said yesterday his group
plans no formal action against the
distance runner Gerry Lindgren
or Washington State University.
The slender Washington State
freshnian, a key figure in the long
feud between the NCAA and the
rival Amateur Athletic Union, de-
fied the Pacific Athletic Confer-
ence and the NCAA to compete
in the 77th AAU championships
Sunday in San Diego..

feating the Russians in the 10,000
meter run.
Barnes described as "a lot of
bunk" what he said were rumors
that collegians who participated
in AAU. events would lose any
scholarships they might have."
"That would be contraty to our
rules," he said.
Barnes said there was a wide-
spread feeling "that our best ath-
letes should represent the United
States" on the U.S. team that

meets the Russians--"and this is
only right."
Awaits Word
He said he was awaiting word
from the AAU on a proposal to
hold an Olympic year style try-
out annually in "which all of the
best athletes could compete for a,
berth on U.S. teams."
He said he would like to see
such a tryout to determine the
U S. team that will meet the Rus-
sians.
Cliff Buck, the president of the

AAU, has said repeatedly that the
AAU will hold to the traditional
head-on meetings of its champion-
ships to determine the members of
the team to meet the Russians.
In addition to Lindgren, Tom-
my Farrell, the NCAA half-mile
champion from St. John's Uni-
versity of New York; and a num-
ber of other collegians defied the
NCAA's ban on the AAU meet.
Farrell finished third in the 880
but was picked for the team.

Barnes, who also is
athletics at Colgate
said he did not have
tails yet.

director of
University,
all the de-

WIMBLEDON PLAY:
Ralston Reaches Semifinals

By The Associated Press
The Chicago White Sox, led by
Tom McCraw and Danny Cater,
walloped Minnesota 17-4 last
night, knocking the Twins out of
first place in the American League
and moving into a share of the
lead with the red-hot Cleveland
Indians.
The Indians drubbed Boston 9-
2, Fred Whitfield and Vic Da-
valillo hitting homers, for their
15th victory in the last 17
games.
Detroit nipped. Baltimore 4-3,
tying the Orioles for fourth. place
-31/ games off the pace and
three behind third-place Minne-
sota.
Mell Stottlemyre tossed a. two-
hit shutout and Bobby Richard-
son continued his hitting spree

as the New York Yankees stretch-
ed their winning streak to five
with a 3-0, 4-3 twi-night sweep
over Washington.
The New York Mets, mean-
while, ambushed Milwaukee twice,
snapping a five-game losing
string behind Jack Fisher in the
5-2 opener and taking the night-
cap 6-3 with a five-run burst in
the fourth inning.
Pittsburgh survived a four-run
Cincinnati rally in the ninth and
edged the Reds 5-4, while Phila-
delphia blanked 8t. Louis 3-0 on
Chris Short's four-hitter.
Two-run homers by Ron San-
to and Don Landrum backed Lar-
ry Jackson's six-hitter in the. Chi-
cago Cubs' 7-2 afternoon victory
over Houston.

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No Action
Asked whether a4 action would
be taken by the NCAA, Barnes
said "I would say no."
Lindgren "changed his mind so
many times" about competing,
Baines said. "The last I heard he
wasn't going to compete, so I
didn't think much about it. It was
up to him, naturally."
Lindgren finished second to
Olympic champion Billy Mills in
a thrilling six mile race in which
both bettered the world record
with a time of 27:11.6 Mills won
by one-twentieth of a second. This
earned Lindgren another berth
on the U.S. team that meets the
Russians in Kiev, July 31-Aug. 1.
Beats Russians
Last year the young runner as-
tonished the track world by de-
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Act 'I-M
ActinStarts
The Intramural Bldg. will be
open to Michigan students and
faculty 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday
through Friday for the remainder
of the summer session. '
The I-M pool will be open
weekdays 4-6.
I-M director Earl Riskey an-
nounced yesterday that softball
league action, will begin on Tues-
day, July 6. Individuals may join
established clubs, or entire teams
will be accepted into the league.
Thus far there are 24 teams in
the fast-pitch circuit. Games will
start at 6:30 p.m.
f .A golf tourney will be held on
Monday, July 19, on the Michigan
Golf Course. There will be 18 holes
of medal play, and the eight best
performers will shoot another 18.
The winner will be the golfer
with the lowest 36-hole total.. To
enter, one may sign up at the
I-M Bldg. or the golf course.
Tournaments will also be staged
later in the summer in tennis,
paddleball and squash.
Wednesday nights the I-M
Bldg. will be open for co-recrea-
tion, 7:30-10 p.m.

WIMBLEDON, England ((W))-
Shaky Dennis Ralston of Bakers-
tield, Calif, climbed over the
back of a bavis Cup teammate1
and moved into the semifinals of
the Wimbledon Tennis Champion-
ships with two top-ranked Aus-
tralians and a dark horse from
South Africa.
Erratic at first and serving 13
double faults in the first two sets,
Ralston, top-ranked American,
fought from two sets down for a
3-6, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 victory over
Marty Riessen of Evanston, Ill.
He was joined in the semi-fifials
by top-seeded Roy Emerson of
Australia, his next opponent
Wednesday;' Fred Stolle, Emer-
son's Davis Cup teammate, seeded
No. 2, and unranked Cliff Drysdale
of South Africa,, who eliminated
the only other remaining Ameri-
can, Allen Fox of Los Angeles, 4-6,
6-2, 7-5, 7-5.
Australian Wins
Emerson, playing like a machine,
overpowered Keith Diepraam of
South Africa 4-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-1 and
Stolle, Wimbledon runner-up the
last two years, outlasted the foxy
Rafael. Osuna of Mexico, 11-13,
6-3, 6-1, 6-2. Stolle plays Drys-
dale.
Americans had their finest day
in the women's division in a dec-
ade, sending four players into the
quarter-finals.
They included Nancy Richey of
Dallas, seeded fourth; Billie Jean
Moffitt of Long Beach, Calif., No.
5; Justina Bricka of St. Louis

and little Jane Albert of
Beach, Calif.

PebbleI

Heldman Out
A fifth American representative,
Julie Heldman of New York, was
ousted by the six-foot Christine
Truman of Britain after a tough
struggle 3-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Misses Richey and Moffitt
brushed off their opponents in

little more than half an hour. The
aggressive, hard-hitting Miss
Richey crushed Joyce Williams
of England 6-0, 6-3. The bespec-
tacled Miss Moffitt trounced Rob-
in Lesh of Australia 6-2, 6-0.
Miss Bricka, eighth in U.S
women's rankings, displayed a lot
of fight in outlasting Virginia
Wade of England 5-7, 6-4, 8-6.
Miss Albert, daughter of former
football star Frankie Albert, up-
set the eighth-seeded Francoise
Durr of France 6-4, 7-5.
Miss Albert's quarter-final op-
ponent today will be the defending
champiaon, Maria Bueno of Bra-
zil, who advanced earlier. Miss
Richey plays the. towering Miss
Truman; Miss Bricka faces Mar-
garet Smith, Australia's second-
seeded favorite, who won over
Frances McClellan of Britain 6-2,
6-1, and Miss Moffitt goes against
Lesley Turner of Australia, winner
over Lea Pericalo of Italy 6-0, 6-3.

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Major League Standings

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BOB MARSHALL'S

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 42 26 .618 --
Cleveland 42 26 .618 -
Minnesota 42 27 .609 %
Detroit 39 30 .565 3%A
Baltimore 40 31 .563 3%
New York 35 37 .486 9
Los Angeles 32 41 .43 12%
Boston 29 41 .414 14
Washington 28 45 .384 16%
Kansas City 20 45 .309 20%
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 3-4, Washington 0-3
Detroit 4, Baltimore 3
Cleveland 9, Boston 2
ChIcago 17, Minnesota 4
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Minnesota.
New York at Washington, night.
Detroit at Baltimore, night.
Cleveland at Boston, night.
Only games scheduled.

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
x-Los Angeles 44 29 .603 --
Cincinnati 42 30 .583 1%
x-San Francisco 39 31 .557 3%
Pittsburgh 31 33 M53
Milwaukee 36 32 .529 5%
Philadelphia 36 34 .514 6%
Chicago 33 39 A4it 10%
St. Louis 33 40 .452 11
Houston 33 42 .440 12
New York 25 49 .333 19%
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago ,, Houston 2
New York 3-6, Milwaukee 2-3
Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 0
Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 4
Los Angeles at San Francisco (Ie)
TUESDAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at San Francisco.
Milwaukeeat New York, night.
St. Louis at Philadelphia, night.
Houston at Chicago.,
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, 2, twl-night.

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