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Wednesday,July 17, 1968

Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Clipper kickers
nipcogars,3-2
By PHIL BROWN
Sports Editor
special To The Daily
DETROIT - A three-goal hat trick by center forward
Selimir Milosevic and a sterling goalkeeping performance
by teammate Leonel Conde led the Oakland Clippers to a
3-2 North American Soccer League victory over the Detroit
Cougars last night.
It was Detroit's eighth straight failure to break into
the win column and solidified the Cougars' position in the

ATTACKS COLOR BARRIER:
Black golfer vows to cr

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SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (A')- "I'm
gonna play in the Masters before
I die," Charlie Sifford vowed yes-
terday, chomping hard on a black
cigar.
"I imay just get the ticket here
this week."
The elegant and exclusive
Masters in the magnolia groves
of the deep South represents the
final challenge to this 45-year-old
former Charlotte, N.C., caddie, who
has been batting his black head
against the white man's preju-
dices and superiority on the golf
tour for more than 20 years.
"Most of the barriers are dis-
appearing but there are still a
couple of tournaments where I
still have trouble," the black vet-
eran said. "You know what they
are---I don't need to name them."
Sifford left no doubt that one
of them was the Masters, where
no black man has ever played.
Charlie tees off here tomorrow

dailly:
sports
SPORTS NIGHT EDITORS:
DAVID WEIR and
ALISON SYMROSKI
Major League
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE

St. Louis
Atlanta
Philadelphia
San Francisco
Chicago
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
New York
Houston

W L Pet.
59 31 .656
49 40 .551
45 41 .523
45 45 .500
44 47 .484
42 45 .483
41 47 .466
42 49 .462
41 49 .456
38 52 .422

GB
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Yesterday's Games
Pittsburgh 3, New York 2, night
Los Angeles 9, Cincinnati 2, night
Atlanta 6, Houston 2, night
St. Louis 6, San Francisco 1, night
Chicago 4, Philadelphia 3,12 inn-
ings, night
Today's Games
Los Angeles at Cincinnati, night
Atlanta at Houston, night
San Francisco at St. Louis, night
Chicago at Philadelphia 2, twi-night
New York at Pittsburgh, 2, twi-night
AMERICAN LEAGUE

"basement of the league's
Lakes Division.'
The loss was especially painful
for the Detroit club, which had
taken the early lead on Walter
Bruce's goal at the 24-minute
mark of the first half.
Then, with five minutes remain-
ing in the period, Milosevic
sneaked a short kick behind Cou-
gar goalie Manfred Kammerer
which nudged the goal post and
dribbled into the corner of the net.
' The goal, considered "cheap".
by most fans, took a lot of the
fight out of the Detroit club, and
the ensuing letdown allowed Milo-
sevic to tally again just two min-
utes later.
The Cougars opened sharply in
the second period, but failed to
score as Conde repeatedly stopped,
short-range shots which appeared
headed for the net.
After the Clipper netminder
trapped Bill Cassidy's bullet at
the ten-minute mark the Detroit
shots began to wander, and it
uas not until the closing min-
utes of action that the Cougars
again mounted a cohesive offense.
Milosevic's final goal came af-
ter 24 minutes had elapsed In the
half. The star forward took a
short pass from Ademar Saccone
and drilled it past Kammerer for
the decisive score.
The Cougars got the game's
final tally with twelve minutes
remaining, when Willie Hunter
recovered an errant shot by Cas-
sidy and got it by Conde.
The Detroit defense, led by
right halfback Dirk Stucken, con-
trolled the rest of the game.
Billboard I
The Intramural Department
will sponsor coeducational rec-
reation in the Sports Building
on Hoover tonight and every
Wednesday night from 7:30 un-
til 10 for the duration of the
summer term. The weekly pro-,
gram is for couples, and in-
cludes swimming, volleyball, and
other popular sports. Couples
may bring children from 7:30
until 8:30.

as one of the 168 pros in the 50th
'Professionial Golfers Association
Championship. If he should win,
it would be almost impossible for
the Masters Green Coats to ignore
him.,
"I could also qualify by finish-
ing in the top 15 in the Open,"
Sifford said.
"Are you sure the Masters would
invite you?" someone asked.
"They'd better," Sifford snapped.
"If they didn't, I'd be a rich man.
I'd sue both them and the PGA
for all they're worth."
Sifford said he had not yet
been approached by any of the
black activist or power groups
pressing for boycotts among black
athletes of various sports.
"I go a different route-I don't
subscribe to all that stuff," he
said. "I'm not mad at anybody.
But if they come to me and show
they can help me, I'll listen."
Sifford was the first black to
crack the PGA tour on a regular
basis. For years, however, he was
barred in many southern cities
and could play only part of the
circuit.
While other golfers were sup-
ported by manufacturers, who
provided equipment and even
funds; Charlie went for years
without a sponsor. He had to pay
all his freight.
He won several non-tour events,
such as the Puerto Rican Open,
the Long Beach, Almaden and
Garden Opens. He was Negro na-
tional champion five times.
Iwt- - - -- -

lsn iviuaers
Last year he won his first tour {
title - the Hartford Open- and
the people there said he cried. Sif-
ford must still feel like shedding
a bitter tear now and then.
Before coming here for the PGA
he made a reservation in one of
the contestants' hotels and got
notice that he was confirmed at
$12 a night.
When Charlie checked into the
hotel, one of San Antonio's better
hostelries, the clerk informed him
brusquely:
"Twenty-six dollars a night."
"I said to hell with it. I went
to another place," Sifford said.
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The National Football League
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behind them and the bumps and
bruises ahead of them.
There was .general satisfaction
among the veterans and the
coaches when they got together
Monday for the first time since
the settlement of the dispute be-
tween players and owners that
had threatened the 1968 season.
"I believe if our demands weren't
Justified, the settlement wouldn't
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"Everyone is happy to get the
type of settlement we got," added
defensive lineman Jim Weather-
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ter being barred from the Pack-
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SAN JOSE, Calif. (P) - San
Jose State named alumnus John-
ny Johnson as assistant foot-
ball coach yesterday. Johnson be-
comes the first black on the
school's coaching staff.
Johnson was a fullback on San
Jose State teams in 1960-62 and
was a student assistant coach sev-
eral years. He is working on a
masters degree at Stanford. He
also will teach courses in physical
education.
San Jose State was the target
last year of complaints by black
students that discrimination was
practiced on campus and in the
renting of off-campus housing.
One football game was canceled
because of the protests.

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W L Pct.
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49 37 .570
50 41 .549
45 41 .523
42 45 .483
43 45 .483
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41 45 .477
37 48 .435
30 55 .353
not included.

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PHIL HARRIS
EL PASO, Tex. (A') - While
Athletic Director George McCarty
denied charges of discrimination
published in an Albany, . N. Y.,
newepaper, a re-evaluation of ath-
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Phil Harris, a former basket-
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University President Dr. James
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the athletic program at this insti-
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to athletes, progress of athletes
toward graduation, exploitation
and discrimination in coaching
practices."

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Yesterday's Games
Minnesota 12, Boston 3, night
Baltimore 4, Chicago 2, night
New York 4-4, Washington 0-3,
twi-night
Detroit at Oakland, night,
Cleveland at California, night
Today's Games
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