Wednesday, May 22, 1974
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wedheaday, May 22, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven
League suspends Cash;
Walton to have surgery
From wire ServiceReports Portland Trail Blazers, will un- this week. Burroughs drove in
BOSTON-Detroit Tigers' first dergo knee surgery probably four Ranger runs Monday night
baseman Norman Cash, sus- within two weeks, the National to op his AL leading total to
pended and fined for disputing Basketball Association team an- 41 and Wynn had a couple of
an umpire, said yesterday of nounced. homers to hike his total to 14.
the umpire's call: "I don't us- W a 1 t o n, the 6-foot-l1 All--. . New York Yankee Graig
ually blow my cool, but this was America center, has signed a Nettles, the scourge of AL
too much." five-year contract with Portland hurlers in April with a league
American League President for an estimated $2.5 million. record of 11 homers is after
Lee MacPhail announced that He will be the club's No. I pick still another record. Nettles, has
Cash was suspended for two in the collegiate draft May 28. no homers so far in May, tying
days and fined $100 as a result A club spokesman said Walton
of a dispute with first base um- returned to Portland fat week the league record held by many.
for further tests requested by
Dr. F r a n k B. Smith, the
Blazers' team physician.
Sports The operation should be rela-OUTRA
tively simple and the recovery
of period short, Smith said.
Walton had been backpack-
in lg in the mountains in Cali-
fornia and hadn't been expeted
back in Portland .ntil the start
pire Bill Kunkel in Monday's'of the Blazers' rookie camp
game at Milwaukee. June 11.
Cash disputed a call by Kun- Smith said part of Walt-n's
kel of a line drive down the highly publicized knee problems
right field line by Dave May are due to the presence of a
that drove in the Brewers' win- loose piece of cartilage in the
ning run. left knee. He said no loose
A spokesman fir the Ameri- cartilage exists in Walt 's right
can League said the suspension knee, although he has been
and fine resulted from Cash bothered by tendonitis A COM
too vigorously prote mg the "A remake of the classic,
decisio of the umpire. Diamond dust .-William Rotsler, Contemp
"That ball was foul by six, e-tRs C On the diamond, Jeff nr-
eight inches," Cash said yestcr- toughs of the Texas Rangers -TONIGHT--Wei
day in Milwaukee. " Kunkel was and Jimmy Wynn of the Los
too close to the olay. It skipped Angeles Ddges continue to
behind him before he could turn bunup therspcti ues
around." burn up their respecte lagues
May, who hit the bats, 'aid itth n
was "fair, right on the line. It
bounced two feet in front of the U-M STYLISTS TOMORROW EVENIN
Cash will be eligible to play PROFESSIONAL NEXT TUESDAY and
in tomorrow's game at Mil- HAIR PRODUCTS
UkAND STYLING SERIES TIC
PORTLAND - UCLA's bill at the UN ION
Walton, newest member of the
Major League Leaden
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Based on 90 at Bats.
Player Club G AB R 1Pet.
Carew Min 35 141 23 59 .i41
R.Jaekson Oak 33 118 26 46 .390
McRae KC 36 122 20 46 .377
B.Robinson BalI 35 132 8 44 .333
Yastrzemski Bun 3 s129 24 43 .333
Gamble Cle 27 93 10 31 .333
Hargrove Tex 28 90 17 30 .333
Petrocelli Bsn 27 92 8 30 .326
Pinoella NY 31 114 15 37 .325
Rudi Oak 39 157 17 50 .318
G. Nettles, New York, 11; R. Jack-
son, Oakland, 11; Briggs, Milwau-
kee, 9; Burroughs, Texas, 9; w. Hor-
ton, Detroit, 8.
Runs Batted In
Burroughs, Texas, 41; R. Jackson,
Oakland, 30; Briggs, Milwaukee, 29;
G. Nettles, New York, 28; Rudi,
Pitching (4 Decisions)
G. Perry, Cleveland, 6-1, .857;
Fingers, Oakland, 4-1, .800; Coleman,
Detroit, 6-2, .750; Medich, New
York, 6-2, .750;
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
R. Smith stL 36 137 27 55 .401
Care AtI 40 179 22 65 .365
Reiz StL 37 144 12 52 .361
Gross Htn 38 117 22 41 .350
Unser Phi 31 99 17 34 .343
W. Davis Mon 29 124 17 42 .339
Wynn LA 39 131 34 43 .321
Buckner LA 30 550 20 49 .327
Hebner Pgh 34 133 24 43 .323
Stennett Pgh 34 150 16 48 .320
Wynn, Los Angeles, 14; Sttauh,
New York, 5; Aaron, Atlanta, 8;
Bench, Cincinnati, $; T. Perez, Cin-
cinnati, 8; Cedeno, Houston, 5;
Garvey, Los Angeles, &.
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Only a generation ago, the world stool silent while
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Everyone knew about it. They turned away and
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As survivors of the holocaust, we appeal to men
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How much sorrow and shame can one generation
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(Reprinted from THE NEW YORK TIMES, Monday, May 20, 1974)