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Friday, Octobgr 23, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Mne

F ri d y , c t o ~ r 3 , 1 7 0 H E I C H G A N A I L P a e ~ 'in

Idaho State

P is tons ripZ Professional League Stand i ng s

suspends

14

Hawks
120-101

Philadel
New Yo
Buffalo
Boston
Baltimo

NBA
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
W L Pct.
phia 4 1 .800
rk 4 1 .800
1 2 .333
1 4 .200
Central Division
re 3 1 .750

4black

players

By LEE KIRK
All 14 black players on the Idaho State University foot-
ball team were suspended yesterday by head coach Ed Cava-
naugh for staying away from practice Wednesday. Included
among the 14 are two of the team's four captains, Jerry
Chandler, a defensive tackle, and Tyrone Wattley, the full-
back, as well as several other regulars.j
The boycott of Wednesday's practice apparently caught
the Idaho State coaching staff completely by surprise.
"I thought all the players were getting along great and
that we had real team feeling!
and good morale," said head r
Athletic Director Milton Holt'
echoed Cavanaugh's sentiments,
"We had no indication this was s
coming. The team seemed to be
very close and they had played
some good games." NIGHT EDITOR:
The nature of the players griev- SANDI GENIS
ances has not been clearly de- SNIGM
fined. They refused to comment
to the press following a meeting
with Holt and the football coach- Pore Sports, Page 7
ing staff yesterday afternoon, and
they could not be reached last list of grievances in a similar con-
night as all the gridders at Idaho frontation last season that in-
State live in a dormitory that has cluded a demand for a black as-
only one telephone. sistant coach. The matter, how-
"I really don't yet know what ever, subsided without any pub-
their complaints are," Holt said. licity.
"Mostly they seemed to be indi-
Mosty tey eeme tobe di- Idaho's State's white players
vidual gripes and grievances."
"They didn't present any list of seemed surprised by the walkout,
and none gave any Indication that
demands," said Cavanaugh. "They adnnegthnyidctinta
were upset about some of the ey were aware of the blacks'
starting assignments and things! grievances.
like- that . . but I don't want "I had no idea any trouble was

By The Associated Press Atlanta
Cincinnati
DETROIT - The rampaging cievelana
Detroit Pistons extended their un- * *
beaten streak to six in the Na- WesternC
tional Basketball Association yes- Detroit dweste
terday in a fight-marred 120-101 Milwaukee
victory over the Atlanta Hawks. Chicago
After seeing a 17-point lead in Phoenix
the second quarter slashed to six Portland a
midway in the fourth, the Pistons Seattle
rattled off 13 straight points to Los Angeies
turn the game into a runaway. San Francisco
San Diego
Dave Bing, who had 20 for the Yesterday
night, dropped, in eight of the New York 95, San
points in the scoring burst. CeveanatS20,ant
Rookie Bob Lanier of Detroit Today's
tripped Atlanta rookie Bob Chris- New York at Balti
Cincinnati at Bos
tian and Lanier became entangled Cleveland at Phoe
while going after the ball. Philadelphia at Li
Players from both benches rush- Portland at Seatti
ed onto the floor. Both Lanier and Only games sched
A
Christian were tagged with a per- ast
sonal foul, but neither was ejected,
Jimmy Walker led Detroit with Virginia
29 points. Atlanta rookie Pete Floridians
MaraichNew York
Maravcgot23 points to top his Kentucky
team's scoring. .C -

1 1 .500
0 3 .000
0 4 .000
* *
Conference
n Division
5 0 1.000
1 1 .500
2 2 .500
1 3 .250
Division
2 1 .667
2 1 .667
2 2 4.500
2 3 .400
2 3 .400
Y's Results
Francisco 92
ita 101
Diego, inc.
s Games;
more
ton
enix
os Angeles
Ile
uled
BA
Division
W L Pct.
4 0 1.000
4 2 .666
2 3 .400
2 4 .333

GB
2
3
1
2!/2
3
2 V
1 /
/2
1
1
GB
1
2Y2
3

Pittsburgh 1 3 .250
Carolina 0 4 .000
West Division
Indiana 5 0 1.000
Utah 2 0 1.000
Memphis 1 1 .500
Denver 1 3 .250
Texas 0 2 .000
Yesterday's Results
Floridians 110, New York 100
Memphis 109, Kentucky 99
Virginia 114, Carolina 110
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Denver
Carolina at New York
Indiana at Texas
Only games scheduled

.3
4

NHL
East Division
W L T Pts,
Boston 4 0 1 9
New York 4 1 0 8
Montreal 4 2 0 8
Vancouver 2 5 0 4
Detroit 2 4 0 4
Buffalo 1 4 1 4
Toronto 1 4 0 2
West Division
Philadelphia 4 1 1 9
St. Louis 3 1 2 8
Chicago 3 1 2 8
Los Angeles 3 1 0 6
Minnesota 3 2 0 6
Pittsburgh 0 3 2 2
California 0 5 1 1
Yesterday's Results
Boston 3, Chicago 3, tie
Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 2
Today's Games
Detroit at Buffalo
St. Louis at Vancouver
Pittsburgh at California
Only games scheduled

s. GF GA
28 15
14 7
16 10
18 29
16 20
6 16
16 21

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18
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18
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6
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14
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-Associated Press
It takes two to tangle
Boston Bruin forward John McKenzie (19) collides with Chicago Black Hawk Keith Magnuson in
last night's encounter in Boston. The inter-division clash ended in a 3-3 tie.
BENGAL BATTLE
Auburn,L tangle inSEC

to say too much just now."
Idaho State has a team rule
which makes suspensions manda-
tory for anyone who is absent
without excuse from a practice.
"It wasn't something I wanted
to do," Cavanaugh said last night
after meeting with the 44 players
remaining on the squad. "I feel
real let down that this situation
came about.
"If they had a grievance, they
should have come to me. Instead,
they stayed away from practice
without telling me, and I have de-
cided they are off the team for
the rest of the season. I felt it
became a question of who is coach-
ing the team."
Both Cavanaugh and Holt em-
phasize that the 14 would 'not
lose their scholarships, and that
the suspended players could come
out for spring practice, but two
of the suspended players have re-
portedly told Cavanaugh that- they
would never play for Idaho State
again.
The black gridders presented a

brewing," said quarterback Jerry
Dunne, one of the team's four
co-captains. "I think we can get
the team together, though."
The other co-captain, defensive
end Steve Mandelkow, was also
stunned. "It happened to fast-I
don't know how it will affect the
team's morale," he said.
The Idaho State incident is the
second involving black football
players this season. During p r e-
season practice, Syracuse coach
Ben Schwartzvalder suspended
eight blacks, but allowed them
back on the team after pressure
from university and city groups.:
Last year, there were major in-
cidents involving black athletes at
Wyoming, Indiana and Washing-
ton. There were also 14 blacks sus-
pended at Wyoming following a
protest against Brigham Young
University and-+ the M o r m a n
church. The yoming athletes
were eligible to go out for the
team provided they had not ex-
hausted their eligibility.

By MICHAEL OLIN
The Louisiana State Tigers, less
the 82,000 screaming southerners
who habitually fill their Baton
Rouge stadium, travel to Auburn
this weekend to battle with an-
other Tiger in an important
Southeastern conference clash.
The game pits Auburn's potent
offense, ranked fourth in the na-
tion, against LSU's defense, rank-
ed number one in the country
against the rush and seventh over-!
all.
The Plainsmen, lead by All-
American quarterback candidate
Pat Sullivan, have picked up an
average of 485.6 yards per game
and have scored 21 touchdowns in
only five games. They have yet
to be held under 30 points this!
year.
The Tigers, however, will be an-
xious to stop the War Eagle of-
fense, and may have the artillery
to do it. The defense has given
up only 214.2 total yards per game
and has allowed only four touch-
downs.
The real strongpoint of the:
Tiger defense is against the rush.
Here, LSU has given up a mere
40.8 yards per game, a phenomenal

total, and hasn't been scored
against on the ground in their last!
eight games.
Coach Charlie McClendon says
of his defense, "If I can take one
phase of the game away from the
opposition, you might say mono-
polize the running game, it might
force the other team to choke."
Needless to say, McClendon has
been successful in this respect.
Last year, the Auburn War
Eagle played LSU under similar'
circumstances. The Tigers had
been leading the nation in rushing
defense, and Auburn's offense had
been rolling over opponent's goal
lines. The first time the Plains-
men had the ball they marched 80
yards for a TD, while only throw-
ing one pass, on their way to a
21-20 win.
Often, LSU's offense is over-
looked because of the tuperb
showings of the defense, but this
year, the Tiger offense is glAte
capable of putting enough points
on the board to win should the
defense falter.
The Tigers have two highlyl
talented quarterbacks whom they
alternate freely when one is hav-
ing a bad day. Both Buddy Lee;

and Bert Jones have completed
over 60 per cent of their passes
for more than 1000 yards. Lee is
slated to start Saturday.
The bulk of the Tiger aerials
are hauled in by Andy Hamilton,
who has grabbed 27 passes for 521
yards. If Hamilton should en-
counter trouble in getting open,
passes are aimed at tight end Ken
Kavanaugh who has snatched 13
for 171 yards.
Auburn's Sullivan too, has a
gifted receiving corp, lead by Ter-
ry Beasley.
Both coaches have had a rela-
tively easy time getting their
teams emotionally high for this
week's game. In addition to this
being a hotly contested rivalry of
long standing, Mississippi's loss
last weekend, although not a con-
ference game, has given Auburn
the chance to be the only un-
defeated team in the SEC.

Knicks score
NEW YORK-Sub Mike Riordan
came off the bench and delivered
the winning field goal, a 20-foot
jump shot with 40 seconds left
carrying the New York Knicks to
a 95-92 National Basketball Asso-
ciation victory over the San Fran-
cisco Warriors last night.
Riordan scored nine of his 15
points in the fourth quarter; as
the ball-stealing Knicks raced
back from a 54-47 halftime deficit.
The Knicks converted - four
third-quarter steals into baskets
that helped them forge a 75-75
third-quarter tie.
Cazzie Russell led the New York
scoring with 20 points and Nate
Thurmond had 20 for the War-
riors.

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