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Page Eight


Friday, November 2, 1973

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, November 2, 1973

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Tal Smith was named the new
executive vice president of the
New York Yankees in a front
office restructuring yesterday.
Smith had been employed for
the past 13 years by the Houston
Smith was listed third on the
club's chain of command behind
George M. Steinbrenner III, gen-
eral partner, and Gabe Paul,
president. The surprise was the
title after his name.
With the departure of General
Manager Lee MacPhail for the
American League presidency on
January 1, 1974, it was expected
the Yankees would name a new
GM. They did not.
"We're not going to have one
as such," said Paul. "That is an
o u t.m o d e d designation. When
George Weiss and Branch Rickey
operated baseball clubs, it wasn't
as complex as it is now. The
thing is too complex now."
Paul said no single man would
handle the traditional general
manager chores of negotiating

Sports of. The Daily

dee W'S
Vice Admiral Patricio Carvajal,
to Jose Beracassa of Venetuela,
presidente of ' the Pan-American
S ?orts Organization (ODEPA).
Carvajal said the government
wonyd noly approve a 1977 date,
if this should be proposed by

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trades and signing players.
Andrews released
Mike Andrews, the reserve sec-
ond baseman who became the
center of an off-field controversy
during the recent World 'Series,
was given his unconditional re-
lease yesterday by the Oakland
The team announced that An-
drews, placed on waivers last
Friday, was unclaimed.. Any
other major league team could
have acquired him for $1.
The 30-year-old veteran, who
played less than three months
with the A's, cost team owner
Charles O. Finley $5,000 last
week. CommissionQr Bowie Kuhn
fined Finley that amount for the
way the owner treated Andrews
during the World Series.
He appeared in 18 regular sea-
son games with Oakland, mostly
as a pinch hitter, and batted .190..
Japan's champs
The Yomiuri . Giants won the
1973 Japan baseball series yester-
day by defeating the Nankai
Hawks 5-1 in the fifth game be-

fore more than 37,000 fans at
Korakuen Stadium.
It was the Giants' ninth con-
secutive series championship and
seventh series victory over the
Hawks in eight meetings in
Japan's version of the World
The Giants of Tokyo beat the
Hawks of Osaka four games to
one in the best-of-7 series.
The Hawks took the opening
game 4-3 and the Giants won the
next four games, 3-2, 8-2, 6-2, and
f 5-1, respectively.
First baseman Sadaharu Oh, ,
home run king df the Central
League, started the Giants' scor-
ing in the bottom of the first
inning with a two-out, two-run .
round-tripper deep into the right
field stands. It was Oh's second
homer of the series.
Chile withdraws
Chile's military junta has for-
many declared that it will not
.be host to the 1975 Pan-American
Games because of economic prob-
The decision was made known
in a.letter, dispatched Wednesday
night from the defense minister,

Reracassa said in raracas that
it wo Ad not be possible to, post-
no e the games ijrtil 19-17. "Chile
has lost a great ovoort*irity to be
the site for the Gnm".11 Reracas-
sa 'said, k adding he wo"eld imme-
diately contact other ODEPA
committee members to determine
if the 19'5 games will be held
and where.
A final decision is exnected to
be made at an ODEPA confer-
ence Jan. 5 in San Juan, P.R.
San Juan already is scheduled
to sponsor the games in - 1979.
Santo honored
Ron Santo, veteran third base-
man of the Chicago Gabs, has'
been named the winner of the
1973 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award.
Ritter Collett, sports editor: of
the Dayton, Ohio Journal Herald
and chairman of the selection
committee, announced Santo's
selection for Phi Deltas Theta,
which sponsors the award.
The national collegiate frater-
nity selects a player each year
who best 'exemplifies the ability
and character of Gehrig, the, late
New York Yankee first baseman
and a Hall of Famer.


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