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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

Thursday, June 12, 1969

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wills returns

to

Dodgers in six player trade

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Daily (lassileds

LOS ANGELES W) - Infielder
Maury Wills came back to Los
Angeles yesterday in a three-cor-
nered trade involving the Dodg-
ers, the Montreal Expos and the
Chicago Cubs.
The Dodgers traded Ron Fairly
and Paul Popovich to the Expos
for Wills and outfielder Manny,
Mota. Montreal then swapped in-
fielder Popovich to the Cubs for
center fielder Adolfo Phillips and
relief pitcher Jack La Mabe.
Montreal then announced La
Mabe would go to its Vancouver,
B.C. farm club.
"We think our trade will help
us. That's why we made it," said
Vice President Al Campanis of
the Dodgers.
"We are trading two players,
who are not playing, for Wills,
who we expect to play, and Mota
who will play against lefthand
pitchers."
The key figure in the switches,
as far as the Dodgers were con-
cerned, was Wills, their 36-year-
old former captain. He was dealt

daily
sports~
NIGHT EDITOR,
JIM FORRESTER
to Pittsburgh by the Dodgers af-
ter a fallout with owner W a 1 t
O'Malley during the 1966 season.
Along with Mota, he went to
Montreal in the expansion draft
last winter.
Wills, the shortstop who set a
record of 104 stolen bases for Los
Angeles in 1962, has been used at
third base by Montreal. He was
disappointing at bat.
"We needed more stability in
the infield," Campanis said. "We
feel the young talent we h v e
will blend in with the experience."
Fairly and Popovich have seen
little action. Fairly, an outfielder
and 11-year man in the majors,
all with Los Angeles, has been at
bat but 64 times for .219. Fairly is
31.
Popovich, a utility infielder who
came to the Dodgers from t h e
Cubs in 1968 and figured to win
the short-stop job this year, was
a victim of Los Angeles' youth
movement as Ted Sizemore won
the job. Popovich is 28.
Popovich will fill in for the
Cubs Glenn, Beckert at second
base until the injured regular re-
turns to the lineup.
Mota, 31, broke into the big
leagues in 1963 with Pittsburgh
and remained with the Pirates un-
til drafted by Montreal.
Phillips went to the Cubs in
1967 from Philadelphia. He is 26.'

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events of 14,328. Switzerland was second with 13,398. Italy was third
with 13,396, Germany fourth with 11,904 and Brazil fifth with 9,717.
0 MOSCOW-Tigran Petrosyan, defending champion, and chal-
lenger Boris Spassky adjourned the 21st game in their world cham-
pionship chess series Wednesday night on the 41st move and will
complete it Thursday.
Spassky leads 10.5-9.5. The series is due to run to 24 games.

SAN FRANCISCO SLUGGER Willie McCovey tries to boogaloo his way out of a jam between second
and third base. But his New York partner was uncooperative in the dapce instruction and tagged
McCovey out, even though an onlooking infielder attempts to imitate the San Franciscan's soulful
strut. The Giants ended the Mets' 11 game winning streak yesterday 7-2.

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BASEBALL ROUNDUP:

Maury Wills

Tigers win in 10th on Price's hon

EIer. 4-2

Azcue deserts Red Sox
during Minnesota series

By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Jim Price's two-out'
double capped a two-run rally in
the 10th inning that vaulted the
Detroit Tigers to a 4-3 victory
over Seattle last night.
John Kennedy put the Pilots
ahead 3-2 in the top of the 10th
with a homer off Pat Dobson, but
the Tigers came back iii the bot-
tom of the inning.
Al Kaline started the rally with

After Tom Matchick flied out,
Diego Segui relieved John O'Don-
oghue, and Price lashed a doublel
off the left field wall, driving in
Cash.,
Mike Hegan drove in the first
two Pilot runs, tying the game
both times. His run-scoring singl6
made it 1-1 in the third, and his
seventh homer made it 2-2 in the
sevently.

5 victory over the Baltimore Ori-
oles last night.
Pete Richert retired the first
two Angeles in the 14th, but Jay
Johnstone singled and Jim Fre-
gosi bounced a ground rule double
into the right field stands.
Satriano then batted for pitch-
er Pedro Borbon and singled to,
right, driving in two runs and
enabling the Angels to beat by
just a few minutes the Baltimore

ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (P)-
Boston catcher Joe Azcue jumped
the American League team last
night and flew to his home in
Kansas City, Red Sox officials an-
nounced.
A Boston spokesman said Azcue
had been moody about not being
played regularly and had asked
Red Sox officials to trade him.
The Red Sox obtained Azcue
along with pitchers Vincente
Romo and Sonny Seibert in a
trade early this season 'for Ken
Harelson, Dick Ellsworth and Juan
Pizarro.
The spokesman said Azcue left
the team about 4 p.m., several
hours before the Red Sox were to
play the Minnesota Twins Wed-
nesday night.
He said Dick O'Connell, Red
Sox general manager, Haywood
Sullivan, vice president in charge
of player personnel,' and manager
Dick Williams would discuss Az-
cue's decision today after the team
flies back to Boston.
"Azcue has done this before
when he hasn't been playing,' thqe
spokesman said. "I understand he
did it with Cleveland and when he
was with Kansas City."
In 19 games with the Red Sox,
Azcue batted .216. Counting seven
games with Cleveland, he was
batting .240.
Azcue was the third major i

leaguer to leave his club this sea-
son. Willie Horton failed to show
up for Detroit's three-game series
at Minnesota June 16-18. Horton
lost his salary for the games he
missed.
Philadelphia's Richie Allen also
jumped his club without permis-
sion and was fined $1,000.
'One puInel
LOS ANGELES (P) - Profes-
sional basketball player Dennis
Grey, who claims Lew Alcindor
slugged him and broke his jaw,
sued the UCLA All-American for
$750,000 yesterday.
Attorney Paul Caruso filed the
civil suit in Los Angeles Superior
Court on behalf of Grey, 22, a
rookie center last season with the
Los Angeles Stars of the American
Basketball League.
The suit also named as plain-
tiffs the Milwaukee Bucks of the
National Basketball League, who
signed the UCLA star for a re-
ported $1.4 million on a multi-year
contract, the NBA and its presi-
dent, J. Walter Kennedy.
Grey, 6-8, from San Diego, is
still hospitalized with the broken
jaw wired.

run-scoring double added two
runs in the fourth.
Hunt's single, McCovey's run-
scoring double and Lanier's two-
run single made it 7-0 against re-
liever Tug McGraw in the sixth.
Hunt had three hits and two
runs scored. Mays had three hits
and two runs batted in.
* * *
Cards stomped
CINCINNATI - Vada Pinson
homered and singled for t h r e e
runs and Lou Brock lashed a
double and a single for three more
as the St. Louis Cardinals maul-
ed the Cincinnati Reds 10-5 last
night.

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home with the tying run as Jim two-out two-run single gave the The Angeles forged ahead 5-4
Northrup singled. Califomia Angeles a 14-inning, 7- in the top of the 11th on a two-
-_-- --_- - -out single by Aurelio Rodriguez
and Jim Spencer's double.
1 ' But the Orioles tied it in the
bottom of the inning on singles
air sndwiched around a sacri-
The flareup came during a prac- would miss play for 2%, months, fice.
tice pickup game at a high school including summer camp due to be- * *
last Saturday. News of the episode gin Monday.
was not revealed until Sunday. Alcindor was not available for
Grey was in surgery for 2% hours. comment. n ATLANTA-Knuckle-baller Phil
Charging assault and battery,Ng
Caruso said he wanted to file the Alcindor received all-American nihkro won his 10th game lat
action before Alcindor left the designation in each of his three led the Atlanta Braves to their
jurisdiction of the court. years at UCLA, often retitled as first 1969 victory over theChi-
The suit asked for $500,000 Lew-CIA. In his senior year he
punitive damages, $250,000 gen- was named the Most Valuable cago Cubs, 5-1.
erativ damagesor2pain0and su- College Basketball Player in the Niekro, who has lost four times,
eral damages for pain and suf- o retired the first 15 Cubs he faced
fering and special damages to pay nation. before Randy Hundley broke up
for medical expenses and possible Alcindor's stardom began while the no-hit bid with a leadoff home
future losses. he was still playing high school run in the sixth inning.
General Manager Jim Hardy of ball in New York. Hundreds of Niekro retired the next six Cubs
the Stars said his club has no part colleges and Universities offered in order before Ernie Banks sing-
of the suit, although it might have the T1% " giant scholarships when leed in the eighth. Niekro did not
cause. he completed his high school 1 walk a batter and struck out

countedI
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Flood and Tim McCarver account-
ed for three more runs and push-
ed the score to 8-3.

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Baltimore
Boston
Detroit
New York
Washington
Cleveland
Minnesota
Oakland
Chicago
Seattle
Kansas City
California

East
W
140
36
29
29
29
is
West
30
27
23
24
24
19

L
17
19
23
30
31
34
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2s
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Pet.
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.558
.492
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uast
GBW L Pct. GB
GB Chicago 37 18 .673 -
- New York 29 24 .547 7
Pittsburgh 27 29 .482 10 2
S2St. Louis 27 29 .482 10%
12 Philadelphia 19 32 .373 16
12% xMontreal 13 37 .260 21%/
19% west
Atlanta 33 21 .611 --
Los Angeles 43 23 .574 2
- San Francisco 30 24 .556 3
% Cincinnati 27 23 .540 4
6 Houston 28 31 .475 7Y'
7 xSan Diego 24 34 .414 11
S x--Late game' not included
11% x- Yesterday's Results
Atlanta 5, Chicago 1
Montreal at San Diego, inc.
San Francisco 7, New York 2
Philadelphia 3, Los. Angeles 0
Pittsburgh 13, Houston 8
St. Louis 10, Cincinnati 5
Today's Games
Chicago at Atlanta, night
Philadelphia at Los Angeles, night
Montreal at San Diego, night
Pittsburgh at Houston, night
St. Louis at Cincinnati, night
Only games scheduled.

Grey's career might suffer, Har-
dy said. He said the former Cali-
fornia Western University player,

career, with Alcindor finally giv-
ing the nod to John Wooden and
UCLA.

Owners-players battle in NHL postponed

MONTREAL (P) - There will+
be no more fireworks over the
contentious reserve' clause at the3
annual National Hockey League
meetings - both sides in the1
owner-players council battle have
sheathed their weapons until a
later date.
At a joint news conference yes-
terday, Charles Mulcahy of theJ
Boston Bruins, representing the
owners, and Toronto lawyer Alan
Eagleson, executive director of the
NHL Players Association, said fu-
ture discussion has been postpon-
ed until a Toronto meeting July
15-16.]
The players have been seekingi
abolition of the reserve clause,7
which binds them to one club un-J
til sold or traded in favor of the
option clause used in football con-
tracts.-
Under the option clause, a play-1
er plays out the final year of his'
contract, after previously notify-1
ing the team, at a reduced salary!
and then is free to make a deal for
his services with another club. 3
The joint statement said the'
players had requested certain
changes in the matter of endorse-
ments, but no agreement had been
reached on that subject either.
The meetings continued w i t h
the intra-league draft, a further
nudge toward additional expan-t
sion.
The intra-leaguedraft is an in-
ternal affair where the 12 bigt
league clubs draft from each 1

other after each has filed a pro-
tected list of 14 players, plus two
goalkeepers. The draft price is
$30,000 and the rules stipulate
that no club can have more than
three draft claims against it.
Tuesday night the clubs each
filed their protected list with the
league President Clarence Camp-
bell. The combined lists contain-
ed several surprises.
Such well known names as Dick
Duff of Montreal; Pierre Pilote,
Marcel Pronovost and Floyd
Smith of Toronto; Dean Pren-
tice and goalie Terry Sawchuk of
Detroit; Eric Nesterenko of Chi-
cago, and Elmer Vasko and Leo
Boivin of Minnesota were missing
from the sheltered circle.
The Chicago Black Hawks, who
finished in the cellar for the first
time in 13 years. were first to
take advantage of the draft.
They reacquired colorful center
Lou Angotti and obtained goalie
Tony Esposito.
Esposito is a brother of P h i1
Esposito, Boston's record-breaking
center. The 26-year-old netmind-
er was drafted from the champ-
ion Montreal Canadiens, for
whom he played 13 games 1 a s t
season and posted a 2.73 goals-
against average.
Angotti, 31, was obtained from
the St. Louis Blues, who o n 1 y
Tuesday secured him from Pitts-
burgh in a three-player transac-
tion. He was a sparkplug for the
Hawks three years ago hwven they

won the circuit's regular season wards Dean Prentice from Detroit
title. and Glenn Sather from Boston,
Chicago also picked up Howie plus goalie Al Smith from Toronto
Menard, a center, from Los An- and defenseman Bob Blackburn
geesd from the Rangers.

In all 22 players switched teams
during the draft. The draft price
,is $30,000. Seventeen of the play-
ers were drafted and five others
were purchased during the draft.
The Minnesota North Stars,
last-place finishers in the West
division in 1968-69, had f i r s t
choice and they selected D i c k
Sentes, a 22-year-old right winger
from the Canadiens. He played for
Cleveland of the American League
last year, scoring 16 goals and
collecting 13 assists. The North
Stars also acquired Grant Erick-
son, a left wing, from Boston, and
Charlie Burns, a center, f r o m
Pittsburgh.!
Forbes Kennedy, a center who
led the league in penalty min-I

The Blues, champions of the
West Division, also were extremely
active. They acquired four for-
wards-Andre Boudrias, Wayne
Maki and Bob Schmautz from
Chicago and Ron Anderson from
Los Angeles.
The Canadiens obtained goalie
Jack Norrie from Chicago and for-
wards Jean-Guy Gendron from
Philadelphia and Larry Mickey
from Toronto.
The Detroit Red Wings, seeking
to improve a porous defense, got
Matt Ravlich, a veteran rear
guard from Chicago. Toronto got
Marv Edwards, a goalie from
Pittsburgh, and Boston picked up
Bill Speer, a defenseman, from the
same club.

eight.
The Braves, beaten the first
four times they played the Cubs,
jumped to a four-run lead in the
first inning when they chased
Chicago starter Bill Hands.
Mike Lum and Sonny Jackson
singled, Hank Aaron walked and
Orlando Cepeda cracked a two-
run double. Aaron scored on Dar-
rell Evans' sacrifice fly and Ce-
peda dashed home on Felix Mil-
lan's single before Rich Nye came
on and snuffed the outburst.
Aaron added another run in the
fifth with a homer, his 16th.
** *
Mets mashed
SAN FRANCISCO - The San
Francisco Giants ended the 11-
game winning streak of the New
York Mets yesterday 7-2 as Gay-
lord Perry pitched a four-hitter.
Perry worked out of a bases-
loaded jam in the first inning by
striking out Ed Kranepool, then
against five defeats.
Perry lost his shutout when
Kranepool homered in the sev-
enth inning.
Ron Hunt, Willie Mays and Wil-
lie McCovey smashed key hits for
the Giants as they snapped the
longest winning streak in the
majors this season.
Perry was staked to a 2-0 lead'
in the first inning on Hunt's
triple, Mays' run-scoring single
and Jim Davenport's sacrifice fly
off loser Gary Gentry, 5-5.
Singles by Hal Lanier and
Bobby Bonds, an error and May's

Yesterday's Results
Boston 13, Minnesota 5
Chicago 4, Cleveland 3
California 7, Baltimore 5,14 inn.
New York 5, Kansas City 4, 11 inn.
Oakland 6, Washington 4, 13 inn.
Detroit 4, Seattle 3, 10 inn.
Today's Game
Oakland at Washington, night
Only game scheduled.

Littler seen as darkhorse
in National Open Tourney

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HOUSTON to)-Bill Casper and
Gary Player are furnace hot, Ar-
nold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus
are ice cold and in between is
luke-warm Gene Littler, the man
to watch in the 69th U.S. Open
Golf Championship, starting to-
day.
He's the forgotten man of the
tournament--the course is talon-
made for him, he could take it
all," former PGA title holder Dave
Marr told a locker-room assem-
blage as 139 pros and 11 amateurs
put in final practice licks for the
four-day, 72-hole test over The
Chamvions, Cypress Club layout.
Littler 38, the quiet man from
San Diego, Calif., who is blessed
with a perfect one-piece swing,
could be the most celebrated dark-
horse over to tee up a ball in this
aged championship.
He is the year's leading money-
winner with more than $101,000
in official earnings. He is one of
thre players who has won two

tournaments. He has a steady,
mechanical game that rarely de-
velops flaws. Nobody's noticed
him.
He is very fond of the sprawling,
tree-lined a n d snake-infested
course-a 6,967-yard spread play-
ing to a par 35-35-70-but he!
typically shrugs . off his own
chances.
"Shucks, I'm not playing that 3
well," he said. "I've played only
two tournament since the Masters
and I'm not hitting the ball that
flush. Still, I remember I was
playing pretty bad when I went
to Oakland Hills at Birmingham,
Michigan, and won the Open in
1961."

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utes with 219 and was suspended Larry Hillman, a veteran de-
twice, was obtained by the New' fenseman, was selected by the
York Rangers -from Pittsburgh. Philadelphia Flyers from Mont-
He played for Philadelphia and real's unprotected list.
Toronto last year. T n nt n r

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fifth place in

jLOS Angeles and OaKiand were
which finished -in the only teams which did not add
the West, got for- any players.

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