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Friday 'August 3, 1973

THE SUMMER DAIY

Page Eleven

Black trickers resign from
African meet in protest

DAKAR, Senegal (A) - T w o
black sprinters have left the U.S.
track and field team that meets
Africa this weekend after accus-
ing American officials of giving
preferential treatment to their
white teammates..
Marshall Dill of Michigan State
University who had been on the
U.S. squad's relay team, and
Herb Washington, a graduate of
Michigan State and an outstand-
ing performer in the 100 meters,
have returned to the United
States from Dakar after refusing
to run.
Jim Bush, the U.S. head coach,
said, "They asked to go home
and we got them out of here as
fast as we could. I will recom-
mend to the AAU that they be

lisciplined. I don't expect to see
either of them running for the
United States again."
Mal Whitfield, the former
Olympic champion who now
works as ar cultural officer for
the "U.S. Government in Africa,
said he thought the officials'
case against the sprinters was
open and shut.
"We've got to start disciplin-
ing these people," he said.
"They've got to act like gentle-
men, to live up to their agree-
ments."
The team has been working out
daily since its arrival Friday at
IBA Mar Diop Stadium, which
was especially designed for track
and field and has a new, and very
fast, Tartan track.

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