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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 24, 1971

WE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday1 September 24,1971

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Senate expands sport probe;
Ryun to form track club
By The Associated Press
- WASHINGTON A Senate Judiciary Subcommittee examin-
ing a pro basketball merger bill decided yesterday to expand its anti-
trust ,probe into all major team sports.
Throughout three days of testimony this week, the subcommittee
heard charges that football, baseball and basketball have become
big business monopolies enjoying special tax regulations.
The final straw that apparently convinced the subcommittee it
should expand its investigation came Wednesday when the Wash-
ington Senators decided to move to Arlington, Tex., perhaps ending a
71-year-old history of pro baseball in the capital.
* SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Jim Ryun, the world record-
holder in the mile run, and world decathlon champion Bill Toomey
have announced formation of Club West, a new track and field or-
ganization.
* * * .
* MONTREAL - National Hockey League President Clarence
Campbell said yesterday he would not stand in the way of the fledg-
ling World Hockey Association, even though it may be considering
placing franchises in present NHL strongholds.
** *
* NEW YORK - Two psychologists who have tested 15,000
athletes, worked *with 27 professional athletic teams and hun-
dreds of high school and college teams, say they found nothing to
support the traditional idea that sport builds character.
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MANTLE AT DALLAS HELM?
Chisox seek shift to AL East

From Wire Service Reports ; was tickled to death. I didn't think
The Chicago White Sox an- we had a chance.
nounced yesterday that they have "I think the people will support
asked permission from the Amer it real good at first. Of course, the
can League to transfer to the team might have a little trouble
Eastern Division. after people get used to the novel

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This appeal comes on the heels1
of the announcement b y t h e
Washington Senators earlier this
week that they would move- their
team to Dallas-Fort Worth start-
ing next season. This action was
approved by a 10-2 vote of the
American League owners.
The White Sox management felt
that the switch would restore their
natural rivalries with Detroit and
Cleveland, and other old - line
American League teams. They said
that such a move would create
greater fan interest in Chicago
and throughout the league in gen-
eral.
Meanwhile the Senators re-
ceived a possible shot in the arm
when Mickey Mantle, the former
New York Yankee slugger said
yesterday he would like to manage
the team.
This was coupled with specula-
tion that the Senators current
manager, Ted Williams, may move
up to the front office.
"Heck yes, I'd be interested in
talking about managing," Mantle,
a Dallas resident,said in an inter-
view with the Dallas Timer Her-
ald.
"I was really happy to learn we
got a team," he said. "Really, I

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ty of big league baseball. Then
they're gonna have to start win-
ning, and they may be a distance
away from that stage right now.
But I know the people will be en-
thusiastic at first and this helps
a team."
rAsked if he believes owner Bob
Short will make some sort of prop-
osition to him, Mantle said, "Well;
I don't know about that. But I'll
be their No. 1 fan."
Savoring the idea a little more,
Mantle said, ". .. you know, they
might make my whole salary back
in one series if I brought a team
into Yankee Stadium to play the
Yankees. And how about if I was
managing a team and took it to
Detroit to play Billy Martin's
team? That oughta draw quite a
few at the gate. It ought to be
good for something."
"Of course, nobody's gotten in
touch with me," added Mantle.
"But I'd be open to it if the
deal's right."
However, there were few fans
left on Capitol Hill when the
American League sent the Sena-
tors scampering down the base
path to Dallas-Forth Worth.
The Nation's No. 1 fan, Presi-
dent Nixon, said it was "too bad"
the city would be without a team,
then began rooting for the Cali-
fornia Angels.
"I thinkhe is looking forward
to throwing out the first ball for
the Angels," said Ronald L. Zieg-
ler, Nixon's press secretary.
Senator Hugh Scott (R - Pa.)
whipped in what might be termed
a "sneaky fast ball" on members
of the House.
"I imagine that the House of
Representatives would be glad to
see the Senators move to Fort
Worth-Dallas," he said, not re-
ferring to the baseball team.

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NO. DAKOTA STATE LEADS:
E IU fifth in small college poll

Oliva Plastered
The leading hitter in the American League batting sweepstakes,
Minnesota Twin outfielder, Tony Oliva, his right leg encased in a
plaster cast, smiles despite his misery in a Minneapolis hospital.

By The Associated Press
The Hurons of Eastern Michi-
gan, winners of their first two
football games in 1971 are ranked
in fifth place in the first small-
college football poll of the 1971
season. The Hurons who will be
going the major college route in
many sports next season received
one first place vote from the As-
sociated Press' panel of voters.
Arkansas State, which virtually
dominated The Associated Press
college division football poll last
season and wound up No. ,1, had to
settle for second best in this year's
initial weekly rankings.
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be seeking to extend its regular
season unbeaten streak to 39 to-
morrow against South Dakota,
took the top spot in the voting
of sports writers and broadcast-
ers who gave the Bison eight first
place ballots and 275 points.
Arkansas State and new Coach
Bill Davison, who eeked out a 16-
14 triumph over a rebuilt Wichita
State team in their season debut
last Saturday, received five first
place votes and 207 points.
Grambling, which finished only
16th last season despite a 9-2 re-
cord rocketed into the No. 3 spot
while Eastern Michigan, which
~wound up 19th in 1970, placed
fifth. Montana is No. 4.
Louisiana Tech and Southern Il-
linois, who tied for ninth place,
and No. 20 Tennessee Tech receiv-
ed one first place vote each.
Others in the top 10 are West-
ern Kentucky, Delaware and East-
ern Kentucky, Nos. 6-7-8 respec-
tively.
Tennessee State, which was No.
5 last season, fell to 11th place
and No. 4 Tampa, which dropped
its opener to Louisiana Tech,
plunged to 13th behind Akron.
Two other Michigan schools also
were among the 63 teams that re-

4. Montana
5. Eastern Michigan (1)
R. Western Kentucky
7. Delaware
8. Eastern Kentucky
9. Louisiana Tech (1)
Southern Illinois (1)
11. Tennessee State
12. Akron
14. Trinity Texas
15. Wofford
16. Central Conn. St.
17. Texas A&I
southwest Louisiana
Morehead State
20. Tenn. Tech (1)

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CHAPTER THREE: LEONARDO AND THE CUCUMBER PEOPLE
The crew stood frozen at their posts, the green planet filled the
portholes and -CRASH- all was darkness inside the ship.
Some minutes. passed. The ship's computers sparked and died,
static fired from the communications system and fizzled away into
stillness. No human sound could be heard, not the slightest grunt
or moan.
A match flared somewhere in the rear of the ship. Tiny rustling,
scratching noises reverberated through the ruined compartments. Had
a computer tenaciously clung to electronic life, or were these just
the last dying gasps of some mechanical being? Could any human
life have survived this dreadful crash?
"Are you all right Pun?" squeaked a little voice. A muffled
answer piped from the other cage. The hamsters were alive on the
unknown planet!
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of selectors. Central
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small colleges.
1. North Dakota state (8
2. Arkansas State (5)
3. Grambling (1)

AP's board All Gridde Picking entries for this weekend's games must be in
Michigan, by tonight at the stroke of twelve in order to be eligible for the first
tern Michi- and only prize of a Cottage Inn pizza.
the small 1. UCLA at MICHIGAN 12. Navy at Boston College
Mid-Ameri- (pick score) 13. Iowa State at New Mexico
near future 2. Illinois at USC 14. Alabama at Florida
were men- 3. Oregon State at Michigan 15. Auburn at Tennessee
S. State 16. Mississippi State at Vanderbilt
s of WMU 4. Indiana at Baylor 17. Texas Tech at Texas
ollege team 5. Iowa at Penn State 18. Colorado State at Idaho
d-American 6. Washington State at 19. Oregon at Stanford
voter didn't Minnesota 20. Olivet at Heidelberg
es from his 7. Syracuse at Northwestern
8. Colorado at Ohio State
t) 2-0 275 9. Notre Dame at Purdue Billboard
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office. The league is limited to
the first 16 teams that register
and pay the $50 entry fee.
The Graduate and Indepen-
dent divisions' combined track
and field meet, originally sched-
uled for Wednesday, has been
postponed six days until Tues-
day, October 6.

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