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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1965
NEGOTIATE WITH NCAA:
NFL, AFL Agree To
End College 'Raiding'
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BATON ROUGE, La. (R')-Afters
four months of negotiations withc
the NCAA, the two major pro-I
fessional football leagues haveE
agreed to stop premature signingt
of college players, with stiff pen-
alties for violators.r
It doesn't mean the pros will
Sports
Shorts
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Elston Howard
will be," lost to the New York
Yankees for six weeks and with
* him may go the team's hopes for
an unprecedented sixth consecu-
tive American League pennant.
In an attempt to shore up the
catching vacuum, the Yankees ac-
quired Howard (Doc) Edwards
from the Kansas City Athletics
Monday night. They paid dearly
for the light-hitting but strong
defensive receiver, giving up
catcher Johnny Blanchard and
pitcher Roland Sheldon.
NEW YORK-Ben Hogan has
been named the greatest profes-
* sional golfer of all time in a poll
of the nation's golf writers and
sports editors.
FORT WORTH, Tex.-Masters
champion Jack Nicklaus will not
compete in the $100,000 Colonial
S National Invitation, Golf Tourna-
ment, officials announced yester-
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stop their dollar duels for talented,
collegians. But the National and
American Football Leagues will
abide by specific rules governing
the signing of college athletes.
The accord was announced
Monday by Jim Corbett, Louisiana
State University athletic director
and chairman of the NCAA col-
lege-pro relations committee. Cor-
bett's group spent four months
hammering out the agreement on
the thorny issue.
Agreement
The NFL and AFL say they,
won't sign a player until his team
completes its varsity season, in-
cluding bowl games, and they will
immediately reveal any contracts
made with a player before his col-
lege eligibiilty expires.
The NFL, Corbett said, has al-
ready adopted rules calling for
tough penalties for infractions,
including the possible loss by a
club of all its draft choices. The
AFL has agreed to adopt the same
measures, Corbett added.

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-The Chicago White
Sox capitalized on five Detroit er-
rors for six unearned runs in the
first four innings and went on to
score a 10-6 victory over the Ti-
gers last night.
The White Sox scored three un-
earned runs in the first inning
after Norm Cash bobbled Floyd
Robinson's grounder for what
should have been the third out.
The Tigers tied the score in the
second inning with the help of
Don Wert's two-run homer.
But Chicago went ahead for
good in the third when it scored
three more runs on three singles
and three Tiger errors by Al Ka-
line, Wert and George Thomas.
Twins Smear Orioles
ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS --
Earl Battey and Tony Oliva sock-
ed home runs in a five-run Min-
nesota third inning that powered
the Twins to a 7-3 victory over
Baltimore last night.

Sentor Wit Giants sailed past St. Louis 9-2
,rlast night, snapping the Cardinals
KANSAS CITY - Don Lock's five-game winning streak.
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go-ahead run in the Washington
Senators' 4-2 victory over Kansas
City last night.
Yankees Beat Indians c
CLEVELAND - Joe Pepitone
doubled across two runs and scor-
ed another as the New York Yan-
kees erupted for four runs in the
fourth inning and. held on for a
5-3 triumph over Cleveland last
night.
L.A. Tops Cinci
CINCINNATI-Willie Davis lash-
ed a tie-breaking single in the
ninth inning, his third hit of the
game, sparking the Los Angeles
Dodgers to an 8-6 victory over
Cincinnati last night.
Giants Club Cards
ST. LOUIS - Jesus Alou and
Willie Mays hit two-run homers
before Ray Sadecki could retire
a batter, and the San Francisco

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loser in three previous starts, scat-
tered eight hits and Yogi Berra
making his initial National League
start, collected two singles, pac-
ing the New York Mets to a 2-1
victory over Philadelphia last
night.
Pirates Beat Cubs
CHICAGO - Two home runs
each by Willie Stargell and Jerry
Lynch powered the Pittsburgh Pi-
rates to a 6-3 victory over the
Chicago Cubs yesterday, with
Stargell's three-run shot in the
ninth inning the clinching blow.
Braves. Triumph
MILWAUKEE - Hank Aaron
exploded for two home runs and
Ed Mathews added one in support
of Tony Cloninger's five-hitter last
night as Milwaukee clobbered
Houston 9-3 before a paid crowd
of only 913.

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