Wednesday, June 6, 1973
THE SUMMER DAILY
Wednesday, June 6, 1973 THE SUMMER DAILY Page Elever
Major League Leaders
I Clyde selected first in draft;
FCC plans 'bias' investigation
BATTING (100 at bats)-Blomberg,
NY, .396; Kirkpatrick, KC, .333; P.
Kelly, Chi, .323; D. Allen, Chi, .321;
RUNI-Mayberry, KC, 37; Patek, KC,
35; Otils, KC, 34; Mucer, NY, 32;
Hisle, Min, 31; R. Jackson, Oak, 31.
RUNS BATTED IN-Mayberry, KC,
52; Melton, Chi, 39; R. Jackson, Oak,
37; Murcer, NY, 34; D. Allen, Chi, 32
HITS-Otis, KC, 64; Murcer, NY, 57;
Mayberry, KC, 57; R. Jackson, Oak, 57;
D. May, M11, 56.
HOME RUNS-Mayberry, KC, 13; D.
Allen, Chi, 12; Bando, Oak, 11;
STOLEN BASES-North, Oak, 16; Har-
per, Bsn, 14; Patek, KC, 13; Campa-
neris, Oak, 11; Alomar, Cal, 10.
BATTING (100 at bats)-Maddox, S
.358; Watson. !ltn, .349; Fairly, Mo
.339; Mota, LA, .336; Cash, Pgb, .331.
RUNS-Bonds, SF. 55; Watson, Ill
37; Wynn, 1Htn, 37; Ferguon, LA, 31
Cardenal, Chi, 35; Rose, Cin, 35.
RUNS BATTED IN-Feguson, LA, 4
Bench, Cin, 40; Stacgell, Pgh, 37;I
Williams, Chi, 34; Watson, Htn, 3
Bonds, SF, 34.
IIITS-Bonds, SF, 73; Fuentes, SF, 7
Wa ns oHtn, 68; Buckner, LA, 66; V
Davis, LA, 62..
HOME RUNS-Stargell, Pgh, 16;I
Aaron, Atl, 13; Wynn, ltn, 12; Bond
STOLEN BASES-Morgan, Cin, 2
Cedeno, HItn, 19; Bonds, SF, 19; Lope
LA, 14; E. Hernandez, SD, 13.
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The annual summer free ag-
ent baseball draft was held yes-
terday and as expected the Tex-
as Rangers. having the worst re-
cord in baseball, selected lefty
hurler David Clyde, an 18-year-
old high schooler from Houston's
Westchester High as the number
one pick in the draft.
Clyde, 6-0, 180, tossed nine no-
hitters during his schoolboy ca-
reer. Most scouts feel that Clyde
can pitch right now in the big
leagues and Texas certainly
needs all the help it can get.
Rice University coach Doug
Osburn had an interesting ob-
servation on Clyde. "The only
reason they'd need to send him
to the minor leagues would be so
he could learn how to order
meals on the road," the Owl men-
The only Big Ten player se-
lected in the first round was
Minnesota's Dave Winfield, who
was the fourth selection of the
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Los Angeles Dodgers.
WASHINGTON - The Federal
Communications C o m m i s-
sion is considering an inquiry in-
to whether sports broadcasts are
distorted by the fact that many
sportscasters are on the pay-
rolls of the teams whose games
they broadcast, an FCC spokes-
man said yesterday.
But the spokesman said a
Washington Star - News story
yesterday that the commission
had already decided unanimous-
ly to undertake the inquiry is
"premature," that the subject is
still being considered.
The Star News quoted sever-
al FCC sources as saying the in-
quiry would look into the question
of whether play-by-play broad-
casts are news or entertainment.
LOS ANGELES - Montreal
left wing Marc Tardif, perhaps
the best young player the World
Hockey Association has lured
away from the National Hockey
League, signed a three-year con-
tract yesterday with the Los An-
Tardif scored 25 goals and had
25 assists for 50 points last sea-
son for the Stanley Cup-win-
Three Michigan diamondmen
was honored yesterday when
shortstop Mark"Crane, pitcher
Craig Forhan, and left-fielder
Tom Kettinger were, named to
the Big Ten All-Academic team.
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Kettinger was also named to the
all- Big Ten first team chosen by
the conference coaches . .. And
the only way you can see this
year's Michigan - Ohio State, is
to buy season tickets. The an-
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marking the arliest date ever for
MEXICO CITY - Lord Killa-
nin, president of the Internation-
al Olympic Committee, said yes-
terday he was against "chauvin-
ism' in the Games and suggest-
ed that flags and national an-
thems be eliminated from the
Killanin, who is on an unof-
ficial visit to Mexico, said that
"of course there will be an-
thems and flags" in the 1976
Montreal Olympics, but said the
IOC will discuss their use in
"The Olympic competition is
between individuals, not na-
tions," Killanin said.
PARIS - Ilie Nastase, Ro-
manian tennis star, sent a
stream of backhands past Yugo-
slavia's Nikki Pilic yesterday
and beat him 6-3, 6-3. 6-0 to win
the $135,000 French Open Ten-
nis championship for the first
Less than an hour later a sec-
ond blow hit Pilic. The Inter-
national Lawn Tennis Federa-
tion announced he was suspended
until June 30, which means he is
banned from the Italian cham-
pionships and from Wimbledon.
The su~spension was first an-
nounced by the Yugoslav Tennis
Federation two weeks ago be-
cause Pilic had refused to play
for his country in the Davis
Cup. It appeared at first that he
would be banned from the
. . . quite a battle shapes up
in Anaheim tonight between the
Tigers and California. Joe Cole-
man, 10-2 will face the Angel
ace Bill Singer, 9-2. If you wish
to spend a lovely late evening,
try taking a radio out on the
lawn around 11 p.m. and tuning'
in Ernie and Paul for all the un-
distorted play-by-play on WJR.
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