Tuesday, July 9, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone 764-0557
Monday through Friday, 12-2:30
TWO ON TOP:
Gymnasts shine in second Olympic trial
The Ann Arbor Fair Housing Ordi-
nance and the University of Mich-.
igan Regents bylaws prohibit dis-
crimination in the University com-
munity. Questions should be direct-
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1 block from campus, available now
to August 25th. Call Barry, 761-3889,
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to-wall carpeting, separate kitchen,
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ROOMS FOR RENT. Price varies, 917
E Huron in back of Rackham Build-
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Special To The Daily
QUEBEC-A trio of Michigan
gymnasts was the sensation of the
second Canadian Olympic trial
meet here over the weekend, with
the Wolverines gaining three of
eight places in the training camp
which preceeds the final trial.
Gil Larose, captain of the 1963
Michigan gym squad, finished the
trial in first place with 108 points
in all-around competition - three
more than the total accumulated
by Sid Jensen, sophomore star of
the '68 team.
The final spot on the eight-man
Canadian squad-which reports
to Ottawa for a 15-day training
camp later this month-was taken
by Fred Rodney, who returns as
a senior this fall.
Larose was the NCAA all-around
champion in his senior year, win-
ning both the high bar and vault-
ing titles on his way to the crown.
Second-placer Jensen is a past
Canadian national junior champ,
took second in the Big Ten paral-
lel bar competition and went on
to third in nationals.
Of the eight men who take part
in the training session at Ottawa,
six will be selected by the Can-
adian Olympic Committee to rep-
resent the country in Mexico City
The selection will be completed
after the third and final trial
meet, scheduled for Toronto on
August 17 and 18.
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1967 B.S.A. 650 cc, only 4200 miles, A-1
cond. $895. Motorcycle cover, $6, 3 cycle
helmets. Must sell, leaving town.
Call between 1 and 2 or 7 and 8 p.m.
HONDA 305 Scrambler, 1966. $475.
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For an appointment to see call
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PHILADELPHIA (P) - Press
conferences will be held simul-
taneously in Los Angeles and
Philadelphia today to announce
what has been known for days-
the trade of basketball stardWilt
Chamberlain, the Associated Press
The Associated Press reported
last Friday that the 7-foot-1 cen-
ter had been dealt to the Los
Angeles Lakers by the Philadel-
phia 76ers for three players-
Darrell Imhoff, Archie Clark and
Jerry Chambers-and cash.
Although the National Basket-
ball Association trade was con-
summated as early as last week-
if not earlier-the announcement
was held up because of the dif-
ficulty of signing some of the
Jack Ramsay, the 76ers man-
ager for three years who is to
replace the resigned Alex Han-
num as coach, will be at the Phi-
ladelphia press conference.
However, it was learned the
announcement of Ramsay's ap-
pointment will be held up a while
to give the Chamberlain deal
maximum news coverage.
Chamberlain will probably be at
the Los Angeles conference with
It was learned that the Lakers
had difficulty in putting the big
center's signature on a pact. He
made a salary in the neighbor-I
hood of $250,000 last year.
Clark, an outstanding player
who averaged 20 points a game
last year and could be the swiftest
guard in the NBA, was said to be
holding out for a bundle of cash
Clark made huge salary de-
mands on the Lakers last year-
reportedly asking for $60,000-
and apparently was seeking a
raise from his new owners.
The Philadelphia conference is
set for 1 p.m. at the Spectrum
sports arena, where the 76ers play
their home games.
The trade is one of the biggest
in NBA history. Chamberlain, the
league's greatest offensive player,
fashioned the dunk shot into
modern-day sports legend.
His play revolutionized the
game and his astonomical salary
has boosted the pay of other
Clark was on the West All-Star
team last year. Imhoff is a stand-
out defensive center, though not a
high scorer, and Chambers, a
forward in his second year, is
known for his good eye from the
field and foul line.
CINCINNATI (P) -Pete Rose,
Cincinnati's leading batter, was
placed on the disabled list yester-
day for a fractured thumb and
will not return to the line-up- for
at least 21 days, the Reds an-
Rose, who is batting .329 and
led the league in batting early in
the season, injured his left thumb
as he dove for a ball in Cincin-
nati's game Saturday night with
AFL support seen for NFL strike
By The Associated Pressa
CHICAGO - Negotiations be-
t een t h e National Football1
League's owners and Players' As-
sociation broke down yesterday
with a threat of strike apparently
still up in the air.r
A statement was to be read
later but the Associated Press
learned that the owners and play-
ers' representatives disbandedi
day-long sessions without reach-
ing an agreement.
In Escondido, Calif., a poll of
17 San Diego Charger veterans
shows that members of the
American Football League team
might support any strike by
players in the National League.
Eight players contacted by a
newsman Sunday from the Char-
ger training camp here said they
would support a strike. Four said
they would not and five were
NFL players threaten a strike
All-Star battle pits Drysdale,.
Tiant under Houston's dome
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MICHIGAN GYMNASTICS Coach Newt Loken is surrounded by three of his star pupils-past anid
present--after the second Canadian Olympic trial meet in Quebec Sunday. From left to right are
Gil Larose, 1963 captain and the leader in the trials; Loken; Sid Jensen, runnerup to Larose; and
Fred Rodney, who took the eighth and final place on the squad that begins preparation soon for
the final trial in August.
Lakers get Wilt in. major trade
FOR 2-6 PEOPLE
(1, 2, & 3 BDRMS.)
HOUSTON (M)-It will be San
Francisco's Willie Mays leading
off and in the familiar center
field spot when the National
League All-Stars face the Ameri-
can League at the Astrodome to-
About the only thing more fa-
miliar than Mays in center field
would be Don Drysdale as the
NL's starting pitcher, and the
Americans will see that too.
Drysdale, the Los Angeles
Dodgers' strong - armed right-
hander, will be making his fifth
All-Star start, tying the record
set by Robin Roberts of the Phila-
delphia Phillies and Lefty Gomez
of the New York Yankees.
Drysdale, 10-5, with a 1.37
earned run average, set a record
with 58% consecutive scoreless
innings earlier this season. He's
the most rested man on the NL
staff, having last worked Friday
Mays, who has led off in four
All-Star games before and opened
the 1965 classic with a home run,
moved into the starting line-up
when Cincinnati's Pete Rose suf-
fered a broken right thumb.
Rose's spot on the team was
filled by Billy Williams of the
Schoendienst had planned to
start his own Curt Flood in center
field but that changed when Rose
Schoendienst said he was un-
sure who would follow Drysdale
but that both his own Bob Gibson
and San Francisco's Juan Mari-
chal would likely see action.
Boston's Dick Williams, man-
ager of the American League
team, chose right-hander Luis
Tiant of Cleveland as his starter.
Tiant, making his first All-StarI
appearance, will be working with
just one day of rest. He pitched
6/3 innings Sunday.'
Tiant, 14-5, with a 1.24 ERA, has
a statistical edge on Drysdale and
will be facing a line-up dominated
by right-handed batters.
Williams said he felt Tiant
could come back strong in spite
of the short rest. "A pitcher nor-
The NL has won nine of the
last 10 games and holds a 20-17
over-all edge after trailing at one
The starting lineups, batting av-
erages, and pitching records for the
starters in tonights' game:
Mays, San Francisco, cf, .271
Flood, St. Louis, If, .316
McCovey, San Francisco, lb,,.293
Aaron, Atlanta, rf, .247
Santo, Chicago, 3b, .247
Helms, Cincinnati, 2b, .302
Grote, New York, c, .291
Kessinger, Chicago, ss, .252
Drysdale, Los Angeles, p, 10-5
Fregosi, California, ss, .273
Carew, Minnesota, 2b, .286
Yastrzemski, Boston, ef, .301
Howard, Washington, rf, .282
Horton, Detroit, If, .285
Killebrew, Minnesota, lb, .204
Freehan, Detroit, c, .270
Robinson, Baltimore, 3b, .243
Tiant, Cleveland, p, 14-5
over a deadlock with team own-
ers on pension benefits. Players
seek $100,000 from each club for
the pension fund.
AFL player representatives are
scheduled to meet Friday in San
Diego to discuss whether they
will support their NFL brothren.
One of the older Charger ve-
terans said, "I don't eliminate a
strike for our own benefit, but I
do eliminate a strike for the
The 'same player-noted that
most NFL teams make more
money than AFL clubs, The two
leagues, he said, "should get to-
gether and figure out to what
extent it is fair for the AFL own-
ers to meet the participation of
Some of the undecided players
said they would abide by the de-
cision of Lanve Alworth, Carger
While the NFL teams have
postponed the start of training
camps pending an aggreement,
most AFL clubs have begun prac-
ticing for the 1968 season. Char-
ger rookies came to camp last
Friday and most veterans are
due this Friday. Only veterans
are members of the Players' As-
In Chicago, negotiating com-
mittees of the National Football
League owners and players met
yesterday trying to solve differ-
ences that could avert a strike,
Both groups were meeting sep-
arately in the same motel on the
outskirts of the city but were ex-
pected to have a joint session
At midafternoon, Art Modell,
owner of the Cleveland Browns
and president of the NFL, told
the Associated Press that "we
are meeting right now among our-
selves and possibly later we will
meet with the players group."
The Green Bay Packer train-
ing camp in Menasha will not
open tomorrow unless there is pro-
gress in talks between National
Football League owners and
players, Packer General Manager
Vince Lombardi said last night.
"And there was no progress in
our meeting in Chicago , today,"
Lombardi added during a news
conference in Menasha.
"The All-Star game will have to
be delayed or canceled if there is
no settlement," Lombardi said, re-
ferring to the College All-Star and
Packer game in Chicago Aug. 2.
"We've always put great em-
phasis on physical conditioning
with the Packers, and we are not
going to put a team on the field
without it being in prime phy-
sical condition," he said.
"It would take at least three
weeks to get the team ready to
play," Packer Coah Phil Bengt-
son said, but did not comment
on a charity intrasquad game
scheduled in Green Bay July 25.
The coach said that when he
left Green Bay earlier in the day,
he saw a "fine representation of
our team" on the practice field.
Lombardi said he had great
hope the player dispute will be
"The owners are ready to ne-
gotiate, and the players are ready
to negotiate," he said.
Lombardi said most issues be-
an n uca.r rnd ownrs ar
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