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PROTEST VIETNAM WAR:
Soviet Athletes Cancel
Competition with U.S.
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By The Associated Press
MOSCOW-The Soviet Union in
a sudden move yesterday canceled
the annual track meet with the
Americans in Los Angeles and the
tour of the U.S. basketball team
in Russia in protest of American
participation in the Viet Nam
The cancellation was disclosed
in a dispatch by Tass, the official
Soviet news agency. It said that
athletes of the track and basket-
ball teams had met Monday and
decided not to participate against
the Americans this year.
In a resolution, the athletes
condemned American actions in
The Russian men's and women's
track team had been scheduled to
leave yesterday morning for the
United States and the meet in
Los Angeles, scheduled for July
The American basketball team,
which left for Europe Sunday
night was booked to play in other
East European countries and then
start an eight-game tour in Rus-
sia, July 25.
An American men's and wom-
en's swimming team, now com-
peting in Warsaw, is scheduled to
compete in Moscow this weekend.
This meet will go on as scheduled.
Meet director Glenn Davis said
he was told by Col. Don Hull,
executive director of the U.S.
Amateur Athletic Union, that
failure of the Soviets to fulfill
their contract for the July 23-24
McLain in 38th
Sandy Koufax and Denny Mc-
Lain have been named as the
starting pitchers in today's All-
Star game at St. Louis.
Both Koufax and McLain will
be making their first starting ap-
pearances in the All-Star game.
Koufax, the winningest pitcher
in the major leagues with a 15-4
record, has pitched three innings
in three All-Star games but has
never drawn the starting assign-
McLain, holder of the best
American League mark at 13-4,
will be the youngest All-Star
pitcher since Bob Feller worked in
the 1939 game when he was 20.
McLain is 22.
The game will be televised by
NBC starting at 1 p.m. EST.
meet "would jeopardize their
standing with the International
Amateur Athletic Federation."
"Hull said such action could
mean that the Soviets would be
banned from all international
competition including the Olympic
games," said Davis, director of
special events for the sponsoring
Los Angeles Times.
Still up in the air was the
Poland-U.S.A. track meet at
Berkeley, Calif., this Saturday and
Sunday. American athletics have
begun assembling at Berkeley.
The Poles had been scheduled
to leave for the U.S. by plane
Wednesday. When the news of
the Soviet withdrawal reached
Warsaw, Polish officials were
When asked if the Poles would
go to the United States an official
of the Polish Track and Field As-
sociation said, "I have no com-
ment at this time."
Such decisions as the two Rus-
sian teams reportedly took are
made in this country only with
Communist party approval-and
often at party instigation.
Non-Communist observers saw
the team's decisions as part of the
overall Communist leadership's
policy on Viet Nam rather than
as the idea of the athletes.
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Baltimore 58 29 .667 -
Detroit 48 35 .578 8
Cleveland 46 37 .554 10
California 46 39 .541 11
Minnesota 40 45 .471 17
Kansas City 39 46 .459 18
Chicago 38 47 .447 19
Washington 39 49 .443 9%
sNew York 36 48 .429 201
Boston 37 52 .416 22
No games scheduled
All-Star Game at St. Louis
American League vs. National League
NATIONAL LEAGUE B
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San Francisco 54 33 .621 -
Pittsburgh 52 33 .612 1
Los Angeles 47 36 .566 5
Philadelphia 46 39 .547 7
Houston 45 40 .529 8
St. Louis 39 43 .176 12JX
Atlanta 41 47 .466 1311
Cincinnati 37 46 .446 15
New York 35 48 .422 17
Chicago 26 57 .313 26
No games scheduled
All-Star Game at St. Lou;,
American League vs. National League
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