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Poge Twelve

THE SUMMER DAILY

Wednesday, July 18, 1973

Page Twelve THE SUMMER DAILY Wednesday, July 18, 1973

*nder Nrbe
By CHUCK BLOOM athletes over a five-year span, was re-
and wire Service Reports vealed by an ambitious Champaign busi-
The University of Illinois, damaged by a e D a j nessman Mel Brewer, who was angered
slush-fund scandal in 1967 is once again over not being appointed to the then-va-
under the investigative eye of the Na- cant athletic directorship.
tional Collegiate Athletic Association, it
was announced by the school's chancellor to a terse and vague prepared state-
yesterday. The inquiry being conducted by ment, Peltason said he asked athletic
the Illinois Athletic Association, stems director Cecil N. Coleman "to investigate
from long-standing charges of malprac- the charges promptly andthoroughly so
tice on the part of the athletic department: that I may make a formal response to
the NCAA."

Though Chancellor J. W. Peltason re-
fused to release any names or the charg-
es involved, the Daily learned yesterday
that the initial allegations were made by
former basketball player Alvin O'Neal
who allegedly received a free car from the
school two years ago. O'Neal made the
charges last year and the Associated
Press reported that the allegations have

been under NCAA scrutiny since May,
1972. -
The AP also said that the NCAA was
looking into charges of "Illini help in
passing entrance exams."
In 1967, Illinois slapped its own wrists
on a so-called slush fund scandal which
ended in the axing of head football coach
Pete Elliot, head basketball coach Harry

Cornbes, hoop assistant Howie Braun and
the permanent suspension of five Illini
stars including Cyril Pinder, now a mem-
ber of the Chicago Bears, Steve Kuber-
ski, of the NBA Boston Celtics and Rich,
Jones who. shoots baskets for San An-
tonio of the ABA. Illinois was also placed
on a two-year probation.
The slush-fund of $21,000, given to 29

Big Ten Commissioner Wayne Duke
announced that the conference was "in-
dependently investigating" the latest
charges against the Illini.
In another move, the NCAA announced
that it will release a list of code viola-
tors at an unprecedented special full con-
vention in Chicago August 6-7.

BAD HENRY. STRIKES AGAIN!

Otis' bat beats

From Wire
If it were
manager Bil
to see the
drummed ou
way he wo
the prospec
potent Royal
have done e
Last night
Amos Otis'
Detroit 4-3,
win out of
Royals in the
Al Fitzms
from Omahb
hard hick M
gave no the
to Otis to
Homers by
Duke Sims'a
scoring, s u
straight loss,
In otherr
esterday, H
his 698th ho
trioos caree
seaon but
York, 8-7 a
seven tiies
homer came
one aboard
McGraw. I
now only 16
The Chica
sally watche
in the Nat
dwindle aw.
Cubbies lost

Bengals
Service Reports time to San Diego's Steve Arlin,
all the same to Tiger 1-0. Arlin hurled a five-hitter for
ly Martin, he'd like his third shutout in his last four
Kansas City Royals outings. For Chicago it was loss
t of the league. That number 11 in its last 15 games.
uldn't have to face In St. Louis, the high'flying
t of losing to the Cardinals pulled to within a half-
.s which the Bengals game of the Cubs by edging San
ight times this sea- Francisco 2-1. For the Cards it
~ was their fifth row in a row as
Kansas City, behind Rich Folkers took the victory.
two homers, nipped In Pittsb'rgh, the bst team in
making it the eighth the majors, according to record,
11 games for the the Los Ansattes l) loss-s won its
e season series. seventh strm,'ht -4 hehind Wit-
orris, just recalled l1wr' t'irter';BI's. Phil-
a, got the win over inrs onnat2-
ickey Llolich 9-9, who g l 's e and
decisive gopher ball game.c-shi ' ii the West. (reg
lead off the sixth. i/, 7ki an DI U seorra-tss.J
Dick McAuliffe and o 1 't s e him
ccounted for Detroit's
f f e r i n g its third WIt Ax s' n cutiro e
ton, 8-4 nod 5-0. Witbr Wood
ma-j:r leate action wim his 18th in the oneer as Ed
nry Aar-is w' asloed H'r m n ss's'ies the pimch
me rn of his illus rith fis e t'RIs an'l a three-rin
r and 25th of the hs' r. In th nichtcn, S'ti
Atlanta 1st to New Bahnsen s'attered four hits for
is the Nets scored his 12th.
in the ninth. Aaron's The Y she s 'is swet a pair
in the sixth with no frorm Mir? o 4-3 in 12 innings
off Met hurler Tug and 4-1. Revsere catcher Jerry
lammerin' Hank is Moses' sacrifice fly gave Sparky
away from the Babe. Lyle the opening game win and
igo Cubs have grad- in the nightcap rookie Eddie Bane
d a comfortable lead ' balked home a pair of runs to
ional League East enable the Yanks to win as Lyle
ay to nothing. The got his 25th save for Pat Dob-
again yesterday, this son, 6-3.

Major Leigue Standings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. GB
New York 54 42 562 -
Baltimore 47 '39 .547 2
Boston 49 42 .538 2
Detroit 48 45 .517 4f5
Milwaukee 45 46 .494 6R
Cleveland 34. 59 .366 18A
West
Oakland 52 41 .559 -
Kansas City 52 45 .531 2
Chicago 48 45 .517 4
California' 46 44 .511 4th
Minnesota 46 45 .505 5
Texas 31 59 .344 19'V
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 8, Boston 4, 1st game
Chicago 5, Boston 0, 2nd game
New York 4, Minnesota 3, 12 innings,
-1st game
New York 4, Minnesota 1, 2nd game,
Kansas City 4, -Detroit 3
Miiwaukee 6, Texas 3
Baltimore at Oakland, inc.
Cleveland at California, inc.
Today's Games
Baltimore (Palmer 9-6) at Oak-
land (Holtzman 14-8)
Cleveland (Tidrow 7-9) at Cali-
fornia (May $-7)
Milwaukee (Colborn 12-5) at Tex-
as (Bibby'3-3)
Kansas City (Busby 7-9) at De-
troit (Coleman id-8)
Minnesota (Decker 3-5) at New
York (Stottlemyre 12-7)
Chicago (Stone 4-6) at Boston
(Lee 11-3).

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East
W L Pet. G
Chicago 50 42 .543 -
St. Louis 49 42 .538 ,
Montreal 43 47 .477 6
Pittsburgh 41 48 .461 7%,5
Philadelphia 42 50 .456 8
New York 39 50 .439 9'
.West
Los Angeles 61 34 .642 -
Cincinnati 52 42 .553 8!
$an Francisco 52 43 .547 9
Houston 51 47 .520 1155
Atlanta 45 52 .464 17
San Diego 32 60 .348 271.,
Yesterday's Results
San Diego 1, Chicago 0
Los Angeles 8, Pittsburgh 4
New York 8, Atlanta 7
Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 1
Montreal'7, Houston 2
St. Louis 2, San'Francisco 1
Today's Games
Los Angeles (John 9-4) at Pitts-
burgh (Ellis 7-9).
$an Diego (Kirby.5-t0), at Chicago
(Jenkins 9-7)
San Francisco (Bradley 9-7) at St.
Louis (Wise 11-4)
New York (Seaver 9-5) at Atlanta
(Harrison 6-2)
Philadeiphia (Carlton 9-9) at CI-
einnati (MeGlothlin 3-3).
Montreal (Stoneman 4-5) at Hous-
ton (Reuss 11-7)

AP Photo
SAN DIEGO'S STEVE ARLIN fires one to the plate as he racked up his third shutout in four starts
yesterday by blanking the Chicago Cubs 1-0. Arlin scored the lone run of the game as the Cubs'
lead was cut to a half-game over St. Louis. -

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