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SPORTS SHORTS:
Pro Soccer League To Form

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By The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO - A North
American professional s o c c e r
league has won approval and the
franchise owners - who include
some of the biggest front-office
names in sports-now hope to get
their hands into national televi-
sion money.
The necessary approval came
Saturday from the U.S. Soccer
Football Association convention,
which ended Sunday. The league
plans to start play with eight and
possibly 10 teams by May 1968.
The season will be three months
long.
The North American Soccer
League won out over proposed
leagues headed by Richard Millen'
of Los Angeles and Robert Her-
mann of St. Louis.
Heading the approved league is

Jack Cooke, who'll add the Los
Angeles franchise to his National
Basketball Association and Na-
tional Hockey League teams in
that city.
Other cities to have franchises
are New York, San Francisco,
B o s t o n, Washington, Toronto,
Vancouver and Chicago. Pitts-
burgh and St. Louis are other pos-
sibilities by 1968.
Cooke said Philadelphia, Cleve-
land, Detroit and Houston might
get into the league by 1970.
Snead Signs
PHILADELPHIA - Quarter-
back Norman Snead has signed a
three-year contract with the
Philadelphia Eagles of the Na-
tional Football League, the club
announced yesterday.

Snead described the long term
pact as "a wonderful vote of con-
fidence." He said the knee he in-
jured last year had healed and he
was in top condition for the start
of training next month.
Last year, Snead completed 150
of 298 passes for a 52.1 per cent
accuracy. His passes gained 2,346
yards and accounted for 15 touch-
downs.
The 6-foot-4, 214-pound, five-
year veteran suffered torn liga-
ments in his right knee on the
third play of the third game of
the season in 1966, and missed the
next three games. He played in the
Pro Bowl game for the East in
January.
Dr. James E. Nixon, team phy-
sician, performed surgery on the
knee and reports it is completely
healed.

By BUD WILKINSON of 300, good for sixth place behind Murphy of Florida, who was tied
Sports Editor eventual winner Houston. At the with Newton after three rounds
The last-round jinx strikes time Coach Katzenmeyer thought carved out a four-under-par 67 to
again. that the Wolverine team could be win the tourney by two strokes
In last week's NCAA golf tour- even better in the final round and over Vinny Giles of Georgia, who
ney at Stanford the old Michigan expected improvement. carded a final round 68.
nemesis of a nightmarish final It didn't turn out that way, Meanwhile, Newton turned the
round hit again in the Wolverines' however. Both John Richart and first nine holes at two over par
bid for national honors, and they Chip Groves slipped to 83's on the while Murphy birdied the eighth
had to settle for 10th in the second and final round for the hole to take the lead and begin
tourney, team title. Richart had shot a 76 his charge.
The last round jinx also struck on the previous day and Groves Newton then parred the 10th
Michigan captain Bill Newton in had carded a 77. through 12th holes but bogeyed
his quest for individual honors. John Schroeder also fell below the 13th to drop to 3 over par
The tourney was played on the his first round total, scoring After touring the 14th in regula-
Stanford course which Michigan rounds of 73 and 79. Only Newton tion figures, Newton hit a bad
coach Bert Katzenmeyer charac- and 1967 captain Bob Barclay drive into the rough, bogeyed the
terized as "a tee shot golf course- managed to improve their scores 15th and went 4 over.
one with a lot of doglegs and lat- on the second day. Newton had Disaster Strikes
eral water hazards where a tre- rounds of 73 and 72, and Bar- After another par on the 16th
mendous premium is placed on clay carded an 85-75-160. trouble really hit. He shanked his
drives." The top four scores from each drive with a long iron on the par
Sixth After One Round five-man team were used to de- 3 17th, and found himself with
termine the final standings. - --
The Wolverine golfers came
through well on the first round Houston Repeats MAJOR LEAGUE
of the tourney with a team total Houston won the tourney tor
the ninth time in 11 years with a
total of 582. Following Houston
were San Jose State at 586, H a
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the out of bounds fence on one; of play in the tourney, "All of
side of him, a steep downhill slope the top amateurs were in the
into a lateral water hazard on the field. It was a much stronger field
other side and trees and bushes than that in the National Ama-
straight in front of him. teur because a lot of these kids

He elected to shoot out but had
to get under a branch and through
an opening in the trees to get the
ball to the green. Unfortunately,
the ball went a little too high,
hit the branch, and hasn't been
found yet.
Newton had to take a penalty
for a lost ball and lost a total of
four strokes to par on the hole,
finishing with a 79 for a 72-hole
total of 295, good for 15th in the
tourney.
Schroeder carded final rounds
of 77 and 76 to finish with a 305.
Strong Field
Katzenmeyer was extremely im-
pressed with the general quality

don't have enough money to play
there, but the schools pay for this.
It was stronger than any other
amateur field in the country.
Some of those boys will definitely
be on the pro tour in a couple of
years."
Katzenmeyer feels that Newton,
who plans to enter medical school
next year, "has all the ingred-
ients necessary to become a tour-
ing pro if he wanted to. He has
the strength, the temperament
and all the shots. Of all the play-
ers I have coached in the last 20
years, he has the greatest po-
tential to do well on the pro
tour."

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Oklahoma State at 598.
Four out of five of Houston's By The Associated Press
golfers had at least one round of ST. LOUIS-Willie Mays moved
par or better on the 6,835-yard, into third place on the all-time
par 71 course, and all five made home run list with a two-run shot
the two-round cut at 152. The in the first inning that lifted the
players making the cut played San Francisco Giants to a 2-1
two more rounds for national victory over St. Louis last night.
medalist honors. The blast, high into the left
Newton with a two-round total field seats, was the 522nd of
of 145, and Schroeder at 152 were Mays' 15-year career, putting him
the only Michigan players to make one ahead of Ted Williams and
the cut. behind only Babe Ruth, with 714,
In the third round Newton shot and Jimmy Fox, with 534.
an excellent 71 to come within Jesus Alou led off the game
two strokes of the third round G with a single, Tom Haller went
leader, Arne Dokka of Los An- out and then Mays blasted his
geles State. 17th homer of the season off loser
The fourth round jinx took its Bob Gibson.
toll, however. Winner Ron Herbel blanked the
Murphy Makes Move Cardinals for six innings, with
National Amateur champ Bob the help of three double plays,
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but needed help in the seventh
when Julian Javier and Tito
Francona singled with two outs.
Twins Stomp Indians
ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS -
The Minnesota Twins capitalized
on three walks and three Cleve-
land errors for four runs in the
sixth inning, breaking a tie, and
went on to a 6-2 victory over the
Indians last night.
Cleveland starter Luis Tiant
walked the first three batters in
the sixth, loading the bases, and
Jerry Zimmerman lashed a single
off reliever Bob Allen, scoring two
runs. Max Alvis' error let in an-
other run and Zoilo Versalles'
sacrifice fly produced the fourth.
ue Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
i .W L Pct. GB
San Francisco 46 27 .630 -
Pittsburgh 40 29 .580 4
Los Angeles 41 31 .563 5
Houston 39 33 .542 612
Philadelphia 37 34 .521 8
Cincinnati 35 35 .500 92
St. Louis 33 37 .471 11%-
Atlanta 33 42 .440 14
New York 29 38 .433 14
Chicago 22 48 .314 22
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 5, Atlanta 1
Cincinnati 3, Los Angeles I
San Francisco 2, St. Louis 1
Pittsburgh 8, Houston 5
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at New York (n)
Houston at Pittsburgh (n)
Chicago at Atlanta (n)
Los Angeles at Cincinnati (n)
San Francisco at St. Louis (n)

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New York 30 37 .448
Kansas City 30 40 .429
Washington 30 43 .411
Boston 25 46 .352
YEST'ERDAY'S RESULTS
Minnesota 6, Cleveland 2
Baltimore 4, California I
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
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The Twins spotted the Indians
a 2-0 first inning lead on singles
by Jim Landis and Chico Salmon,
plus Alvis' sacrifice fly and Fred
Whitfield's single
Minnesota came back with one
run in the first on Versalles' dou-
ble and ,Ted Uhlaender's single,
then tied it in the fourth on Jim-
mie Hall's eighth home run.
Reds Top Dodgers
CINCINNATI - Pete Rose
sparked a two-run first-inning
rally with a double and John Ed-
wards homered in the second as
Cincinnati defeated the Los An-
geles Dodgers 3-1 last night.
Milt Pappas scattered eight hits
before he was forced to leave in
the eighth inning when he hurt
his foot in a play at first base
Billy McCool preserved the vic-
tory for Pappas, his seventh
against five defeats.
After the Dodgers scored in the
first, the Reds bounced back for
two runs in their half of the in-
ning before an out was made.
Tommy Harper led off with a
single, stole second and scored on
Rose's double. Vada Pinson then
lashed a single to center field,
scoring Rose.
Los Angeles scored when Maury
Wills opened the game with a dou-
ble, took third on a grounder by
Jim Gilliam and came home on
Willie Davis' two-base hit.
Pirates Whip Astros
PITTSBURGH - Roberto Cle-
mente rapped three key hits, lead-
ing an 11-hit attack, as the Pitts-
burgh Pirates whipped Houston
8-5 last night.
Steve Blass, who capped a five-
run outburst in the seventh in-
ning with a two-run single, gain-
ed his sixth victory against one
defeat although he needed relief
help in the ninth from Roy Face.
Clemente singled Gene Alley to
third in the fourth inning, from
where he scored Pittsburgh's first
run on Willie Stargell's sacrifice
fly. Then in the fifth, with the
game tied 2-2, Matty Alou singled,
went to second on a ground out
and raced home as Clemente dou-
bled.
Clemente again singled Alley to
third in the big seventh inning,
and Alley scored on Jose Pagan's
two-run single.
The three - hit performance
raised Clemente's National League
leading batting average to .332.
Cubs Trounce Braves
ATLANTA - Dick Ellsworth
scattered eight hits, singled in one
run and scored another, leading
the Chicago Cubs to a 5-1 victory
over Atlanta last night.
Ellsworth, recording his third
victory against 10 losses, weakened
only in the fourth when he walk.
ed two and gave up two hits,in-
cluding Eddie Mathews' run-scor-
ing single.
The Cubs scored three runs in
the fifth on two walks, singles by
Randy Hundley, Ellsworth and
Glenn Beckert, and a double by
Don Kessinger, who had three hits
in four trips to the plate.
Ellsworth scored in the seventh
on Ron Campbell's sacrifice fly.
Byron Browne tallied the Cubs'
last run in the eighth when he
beat out an infield bouncer, was
bunted to second, took third, on a
passed bail and scored on Ma-
thews' error.
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