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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PageEigh THEMICHGAN AIL

D.C. PADRES?
OMEGA 769- Owne
By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI-National League
baseball club owners vote today,
PiZZA340 Uin what could be a close decision,
to transfer the San Diego Padres
to Washington. Nine out of twelve
owners need to vote for the fran-
FAST, FREE DELIVERY chise sale. Reports indicate that
SUBS--CHICKEN-SHRIMP-SALADS-BURGERS-FRIES-COKE only two owners are opposed,
wr~~ais~i~c rrr~w ~a~~a~era. w sa. w s" uar s aw~ {Phil Wrigley of the Chicago Cubs,
......and Walter O'Malley of the Los
A medium or large ! A medium or large Angeles Dodgers.
1 item or more 1 item or more The three man Washington
55 group, headed by Joseph Danzan-
OMEGA PIZZA OMEGA PIZZA sky, made their first plea for
HONORED ANYTIME COUPON HONORED ANYTIME the franchise in September but
C CUR Athe owners balked at making a
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rs vote
Wrigley reported to the press,
"I told the other owners before I
didn't think the switch was a good
idea from a business point of
view. I go back a long, way and
Mr. Griffith worked hard at stay-
ing in Washington and couldn't
make it."
In an effort 'to sway the owners
to approve the $12 million sale by
C. Arnolt Smith to Danzansky's
group, the Washington Jaycees
conducted an 18-hour phone-a-
thon Thursday to gather 100,000
pledges that they would attend
games in 1RFK Stadium. The
pledges will be presented to the
1 owners.
Not coincidentally, the D.C.
police department released fig-
ures showing that reported rob-
beries, assaults andrthefts in
Sthe RFK Stadium area have
dropped more than 30 per cent in
the last three years and now
average less than one a day.
JAPANESE BASEBALL
TOKYO (UPI) - Baseball
was introduced to Japan in 1873
by two American school teach-
ers. The game began to be play-
ed in Japanese high schools in
1915.

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Daily Photo by KEN FINK
Meyer never tires
Led by freshman Greg Meyer, the Michigan cross-country squad runs in their first fall '73 national com-
petition today. Last year the harriers placed third nationally in this three-mile postal race. Coach Dixon
Farmer expects the squad to place closely in the top time slots. Results of the meet will be compiled
and announced some time in December. The gun goes off at 4:30 at the Ferry Field outdoor track.

Dance Classes
begins Oct. 8
Ann Arbor Dance Theatre
769-5316
MON.-Beg.-Int.
7:30-9:30, Allen School
$30
WED.-Workshop
8:30-10:30, Huron High
THU RS.-I nt.
7:30-9:30, Burns Park School
$30
taught by GAY DELANGHE

Taiwan Olympic status
supported b Kianin
By The Associated Press IInternational Olympic Committee,
Japanese officials who are cam- wound up the four day. Olympic
paigning to have Taiwan ousted Congress with a stern rebuke to
from the Olympics in favor of Coi- the Japanese delegation, which
munist China got a slap in the sent a circular letter to other
face yesterday. Olympic delegates urging Taiwan's
Lord Killanin, president of the expulsion.

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"I do not think it is the task
of one national committee to take
upon itself the task of writing
around urging the suspension of
another," Killanin said firmly.
He continued, "I don't think it
was a constructive document in a
highly delicate and diplomatic situ-
ation."

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Kazaslige Hirasawa of the Jap-
anese Olympic Committee trig-
gered the dispute Wednesday in a
speech calling for the ouster of
Taiwan - from the Olympics and
inclusion of Communist China.
Killanin replied, "We all want to
see China in the Olympic move-
ment, but they must come in under
roper Olympic rules. If there are
problems, we must face them
around the table and not under
pressure."
At present, Communist China has
no national Olympic committee and
therefore no instrument for dealing
with the IOC. However, there are
signs that Communist China is pre-
paring to form its own Olympic
committee.
To do this, China must be affili-
ated with five sports federations.
It already belongs to the ice hockey
federation and now has applied to
join the federations controlling
rowing, canoeing, fencing and field
hockey.
Significantly, Taiwan is not af-
filiated with any of these bodies,
although it belongs to most other
major sports federations.
The congress has discussed key
matters concerning the future of
the Olympics-the eligibility rule,
the possible spreading of the games
over a larger area or group of
towns, and the value- of the open-
ing ceremonies at the games.
In a final statement, the IOC,
federations and national Olympic
committees urged that Olympic
eligibility rules should be chang-
ed and that women should be in-
cluded on the federations and the
IOC.
Killanin said changes in the
eligibility rule will be made next
year, in time to take effect at the
Montreal Olympics in 1976.

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