Thursday, April 1, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Cleveland Indians demote promising young outfielder-first I
Chris Chambliss to their Wichita Triple-A American Associat
TUCSON, Ariz. (P-The Cleve-
sand Indians sent Chris Chai-
bliss Tuesday bha c k to their
Wichita AAA farm team, cut-
ting their roster to 30. Cham-
bliss had been working out at
succumbs English Cup
Arsenal 2, Stoke City 0
o ma ria Derby1, Nottingham Forest 2
HOUSTON (P) - The National Brighton U, Tranmere 0, tie
Women's 35 and Senior Clay Division 4
Co u r t s Tennis Championships Chris Chmbliss Workington 2, Peterborough 1
started yesterday at the Houstonh -- - -____ Wokngon2_Ptrbrug _
of Albuquerque, N.M. and EvelynAT C ISLER ARENA*-
Houseman of Sepulveda, Calif., top
Mrs. Neeld is seeded first in the N
40-and-old s i n g 1 e s and Mrs.
Houseman drew the top ranking in
the 35 division.
Singles and doubles play finals m 'i n h
Fare set for Saturday. The tourna-
ment is sanctioned by the U.S.1
Lawn Tennis Association.
Mrs. Neeld is rated No. 1 in the NAGOYA, Japan (M) - Yugo- feated Manuel Silva 21-9, 21-18;
nation in the 40 division and Mrs. slavia, Japan, Sweden and Com- Errol Resek downed Roberto Ot-
Houseman No. 1 in the 35 division. munist China extended their win- ei'o 21-5, 21-13; Tannehill top-
Meanwhile in Durban, South ning streaks to four matches each ped Mones 21-16, 21-11, and
Africa, Patti Hogan of LaJolla, yesterday and continued to share Brathwaite turned back Otero 21-
)aCalif., gained the women's quar- the lead in the men's team round 4, 21-9.
ter-finals in the Natal Sugar Open robin semifinals of the 31st World The Chinese pooled in t h e
T e n n i s Championships, beating Table Tennis Championships. Group B semifinal bloc, downed
10th-seeded Brenda Kirk of South Yugoslavia took an easy 5-0 vic- Sweden' 5-3 for its fifth straight
Africa 7-5, 6-4s tory over England, which suffered triumph.
Sharon Walsh of San Rafael, its four th consecutive setback..
Calif., . bowed to Heide Orth of Japan lost one game in tounc- The Japanese girls, competing in
West Germany 6-2, 6-3. ing West Germany 5- 1 the women's Group A semifinal
k Margaret Court, the top-seeded Sweden edged Hungary 5-4 bloc, also wound up the semifinal
favorite, and her younger Aus- round unbeaten after five match-
tralian teammate, Evonne Goola- es. In today's clincher, Japan shut
gong, both advanced to the round out the Romanian 3-0
of eight, as did Britain's Virginia The U.S. men's 5th graf Lead
Wade and Winnie Shaw Table Tennis.
Mrs. Court erased Alison Mc-,
Millan of South Africa 6-1, 6-1. Stanley (Stash) Hulkowitz, U.S.
AMiss Goolagong, an aboriginal , team captain, led the American
playing in an apartheid country r Contingent with one win and two
started shakily but beat Nell Tru losses. Hulkowitz also copped the
man of Britain.2-6, 6-3. 6-4. intrasquad award tossing out more
And in West Point, N.Y., Cyn- ethnic slurs at his opponents than
thia Potter, defending champion any of his teammates could mus-
of the Bloomington, Ind., Gator- ter.
ades. held a slight lead yesterday "International acclaim is nice,"
pat the semifinal mark of the said big Stash, "but when you
women's one-meter event of the win an award from your own bud-
National AAU Diving Champion- Willie Quasimedo, well known dies, it means a lot more." With
ships. Ann Arbor resident, is s u r - that, the personable paddle ace
After eight dives, Miss Potter rounded by tiny admirers. Willie, kicked his mother playfully and
had 301.20 points. Airforce Capt. a child lover, is dreaming of gave his adoring brother a lov-
Micki King, the Olympic star rep- some tots of his own ing jab in the ribs.
resenting Phillips 66, was second
with 296.28. Third was Christine while China swept all five games''
Loock of the Panther Boys Club in shutting out Czechoslovakia 5- SCOrES
of Forth Worth, Tex., with 292.77. 0C
The top 14 in the field of 34 In the women's team champion- CHL Playoffs
qualified for the final dives, ship tournament, China, Soviet Semifinals
And in the Woman's AAU Bas- Russia, Romania and host Japan Omaha Wednesday's Games
And in te Russia at Oklahoma City, Omaha
ketball Tournament, Phoenix of still remain in title contention, leads best-of-7 series 2-1
Arizona ultimately embarrassed The U.S. men's team blanked Fort Worth at Dallas, Dallas leads
Wauwautosa of Wisconsin by the Mexico 5-0 in a second-round best-of-7 series 3-0
core of 68 to 35. In other action, Group A-III match today. George Thursday's Games
it was New York 60, and Omaha Brathwaits beat Jose Luis Montes Omaha at Oklahoma City
of 2-9,21-; Jhn Tnneillde- Forth Worth at Dallas, if neces-
of Nebraska 55; Brownstown Of 21-9, 21-7; John Tannehill de- sary
Indiana 68, and Allentown of_- _-_ _-
Pennsylvania 67; and Des Moines
of ' Iowa 73 and Oklahoma 55.
Later in the tourney, Seattle of
Washington whipped Omaha, not'
of Nebraska, 95-46 and Texas
poured it on against the helpless'
netters of Wayne State, again of
Miss Potter, also competing for
the Bloomington club, had 301.20,
points in the women's one-meter
event. Air Force Capt. Micki King.
the Olympic star competing for
Phillips 66, was second with 296.28.
Third was Christine Loock of the
Panther Boys Club of Fort Worth,
Tex., with 292.77.
110CK NE DEAD
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (R) - The sports world was shocked last night
to learn of the death of the legendary Notre Dame football Coach Knute
Rockne was among the celebrities on the maiden flight of the first
SST. The giant airliner, according to witnesses, got caught in a jet
stream carrying the pIne's exhaust and crashed in a Kansas cornfield.
"News of Rock's death shocked the world," said Rockne assistant
Hunk Anderson. "It was like the President dying."
"Notre Dame hasn't lost a national championship since 1956," An-
derson went on to say, "Rockne was at his pinnacle. The world was just
about to give him his financial rewards."
Rockne ws flying east from South Bend, Indiana, to California to
take a movie offer when the aircraft crashed into the quiet Kansas
"Rock had a 10-year contract at $10,000," recalled Anderson, who
started as a $500-a-year parttimer on the Notre Dame staff in 1922.
Rockne's greatest coaching asset, according to Hunk (his real name
is Heartly), "was his ability to handle men. He knew when to pour on
the heat or how to pat their fannies. He knew what it took to motivate
'I think Rock woulI win big today in the pros," he said. "His fiery
speeches turned us on back then. He'd find the right method. He -was
brilliant and a man with his mind just doesn't become a loser."
Anderson said Rockne, a wiry 170-pounder, would "show his ends
how to play by going into the scrimmage himself, letting halfbacks try
to block him. They usually missed."
"Rockne was tough," said Anderson, "But he never cussed much.
He wasn't like Vince Lombardi, but his words still got to the Notre
Dame players . . . he was a motivator without equal."
Meanwhile, another Knute was in the news, actually it was more
of a Newt. The first Knute was famous for his halftime pep talks,
while our Newt is famous for saving his inspirational speeches for
Unfortunately for the local Newt, his inspiration produces only
condensation as his words fall on cold shoulders and become con-
densation, much to his consternation. Meanwhile in Upper Volta,
a miserable Yak driver slowly prodded his stubborn charge up the
winding mountain trial.
AP CAMERAMAN Elbert Glechtman had to take this shot from lying on his side as peanut vendor Ira
Yudelberg tripped over a stray cat and sent Glechtman to the hardwood. Glechtman sustained a skin-
ned elbow and a punctured hemorrhoid.
CHARGE U.S. IMPERIALISM
China quits archerytennis
TOKYO (R) - Communist China
withdrew Wednesday from two in-
ternational sports federations,
lawn tennis and archery, in pro-
test against what it called a U.S.
plot to create "two Chinas."
The protest sent to the Inter-
national Lawn Tennis Federation
said, "We have learned that the
International Lawn Tennis Feder-
ation, under the manipulation of
U.S. imperialism, has openly ac-
cepted the so-called 'tennis asso-
ciation' of the Chiang Kai-Shek
bandit gang as a full member, fla-
grantly plotting to create 't w o
"This is a grave political inci-
dent in which the International
Lawn Tennis Federation tails after
U.S. imperialism in frantically op-
posing China in international
sports organizations and a gross
interference in China's interna-
tional affairs," it stated.
Ronald Mericle of Lima, Ohio,
took the singles lead in the Ameri-
can Bowling Congress yesterday
with a 713 series on games of 216-
In the first frame of his 290
game Mericle got a three-pin
spare, then finished with 11
Winning pitcher Juan Pizarro's
two-run triple featured a five-run
eighth inning, sending the Chicago
Cubs to their sixth straight victory
with an 8-3 conquest of San Diego.
Greg Garrett stopped Kansas
City on three hits in six minutes ball coach at Virginia Tech for the
and Woody Woodward drove in last seven years, resigned Tuesday,
Cincinnati's ' first run with a to become a full-time member of
fourth-inning double to give the the Tech physical education fac-
Reds a 3-0 triumph. ulty.
Patrick J. Doyle, 82, of New Shannon, in announcing his
York, a longtime golf professional, resignation, said it was "a deci-
died Monday night at Mount Ver- sion I've been thinking about for
non Hospital after a long illness. the last couple of years ... I am
gratified "that the administration
A native of Dublin, Ireland, has granted my request."'
Doyle came to this country as a
youth. He was cited by President Since taking over as Tech bas-
Woodrow Wilson for his efforts in ketball coach in May 1964, Shan-
golf matches during World War I. non's teams have posted a cumu-
A combined team of French lative record of 104 victories and
c c edeamsofdFreh67 defeats. His 1965-66 team play-
goals in overtime Wednesday night ed in the National Invitation
to defeat the Santos F.C., led by Tournament and his 1966-67 team
Pele, of Brazil 3-0 in a charity went to the NCAA Mideast finals.
match before 40,000 fans at Co- St. Louis erupted for six un-
lombes Stadium. earned runs in the sixth inning
Pele, who was accorded a royal on one of six New York, errors
welcome here Tuesday, saw rela- and the Cardinals went on to
tivelylitle ofr thes ball d r e trample the Mets 12-2 Wednesday
tively little of the ball during the night in exhibition baseball.
mo~h a~rr. nlyhs rAa h ra to
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match ana rarely nad a cnance To
display the talent that made him
the world's greatest soccer player.,
The match had ended in a score-
less tie in regulation time.
Actress Brigitte Bardot, dressed
in a tight sweater and white hot
pants, kicked the ball to start the
match after admitting it was her
first time in a soccer stadium.
Asked if she had trained for the
kick-off, she replied. with a grin:
"Trained? I don't even know how
to play it."
Howie Shannon, head basket-
Steve Cariton pitched seven in-
nings for the Cards, striking out
nine and allowing just five hits.
Nolan Ryan, in relief of Ray
Sadecki, was the victim of the St.
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