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lesdOY, June 18, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Fleven

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Major League Leaders

CHASES RAIN CLOUDS AWAY

AMiERICAN LEAGUE
aver Club G AB R R Pet.
aein 57 227 35 90 .396
.Jcson Oak 55 197 41 70 .5
AB'6 42 151 30 49 .32s
inn Mii 50 188 15 61 .324
Robinsoni Bal 58 214 16 69 .322
,di Oak 60 236 28 76 .322
aun tIn 49 168 20 54 .321
,strzeemski Bsn 61 215 42 69 5321
Ke C 58 195 29 62 .318
cRae Hole oRuns
nolraion, Detroit, 55; Mayberry',
R,,as City, 55; R. Jackson, Oak-
nd, 15 D. Allen, Chicago, 13; Bur-
ughs, Texas, 13.
Runs Batted In
gsrarouEhs, Texas, 55; Rudi, Oak-
,4, 47; Mayberry, Kansas City,
; R Jackson Oakland, 43; Yes-
;,ski, Boston, 41; Briggs, MI-
wkee, 41; D. Allen, Chicago, 41.
qBA, ABA
NEW YORK P)- - Rumors
a merger between the Na-
onal and American Basketball
s oiation were rampant Mon-
at the opening of the NBA's
tek-long meetings, but Com-
issioner Walter Kennedy tried
saquelch them.
The commissioner pointed out
a. "ome kind ofraccommoda-
>n always is possible, but it
not possible without Congres-
anl legislation, because it
>uld be violation of anti-trust
as, or the approval of a
deral judge."
Under the reported merger
greement, the ABA would buy
ur of its 10 clubs, leaving six
ams to be amalgamated into
e NBA. These teams would
y an indemnity to become a
irt of the NBA.
The ABA teams that likely
uld be taken in by the NBA
such a consolidation occurred
>uld be the New York Nets,
enteky Colonels, Indiana Pac-
s, San Antonio Spurs, Denver
ockets and the Carolina fran-
ise, which would be moved to
neinati. Dropped would be
e financially-plagued Virginia
ures, who already have been
ken over by the ABA; Mem-
is Tams; San Diego Conquis-
dors and Utah Stars.
The tentative plan called for
e six remaining ABA teams to
ay as a separate division un-
r the NBA flag for the 1974-75

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
R smitSIL 55 725 35 77 .376
Gan'r-Atl 62 267 36 100 .375
Gross Htn 59 196 33 67 .342
Maddox SF 63 256 40 84 .32
Zisk Pghi 53 178 21 58 .326
Buckner LA 54 210 28 68 .324
W. Davis Mon 53 220 30 71 .323
Morgaa Cn tu0218 40 70 .321
Garvey LA 63 262 43 04 .371
D. Cash Phi 62 254 43 81 .319
Rome Runs
Wynn Los Angeles, 17; Schmidt,
Philadelphia, 16; Bench, Cincinnati,
13; Cedeno, Houston, 13; Garvey, Los
Angeles, 13.
Runs Batted In
Garvey, Los Angeles, 55; Wynn,
Los Angeles, 53; R. Smith, St. Louis,
51; Cedeno, Houston, 4; Schmidt,
Philadelphia, 47.
merger
at hand
season and conduct its own play-
offs, although there was a pos-
sibility they would be incorpor-
ated into the playoffs with the
NBA clubs. There was, how-
ever, no possibility they would
meet NBA teams during the re-
gular season because the NBA
schedule already has been
drawn up.
The NBA is not expected to
formally discuss the merger sit-
uation until Wednesday or
Thursday. The ABA also is
meeting this week, Thursday
and Friday, in Louisville.
If there is no merger, the
ABA is expected to operate next
season with eight clubs - New
York, Kentucky, Indiana, San
Antonio, Denver, Cincinnati,
Utah and either San Diego or
Los Angeles.
Sports Events I Get out that pkcture and send
fu wi t n uo s e c eie
nope ai n 1
Rt adrs eneo .. 5
Reur adrsso eveops hets . 77
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Playerc
By The Associated Press
Ohio State football coach
Woody Hayes may speak harsh-
ly to rain clouds, game officials
and others, but he really
doesn't torture the troops, two
of his players said Monday.
"A lot of people see him as a
very mean, harsh coach,
swearing, kicking, beating his
players and everything," ad-
mitted All - America linebacker
Randy Gradishar.
"But I think if people got to
know him as the players do,
they would understand that a
coach has to holler every once
in a while, and maybe swear,
in order'to get somebody moti-
vated ... and motivating is one
thing he does very well., He
may go to different extremes to
get it done, but the players
know his style and under-
stand."
ASKED HOW he felt about
playing for the colorful, con-
troversial Hayes, offensive end
Morris Bradshaw just smiled

praise
and said, "I guess I can answer
that in three words: 'it's an ex-
perience; that's the best way I
can decide it."
Gradishar and Bradshaw
chatted with writers Monday as
they prepared to join the East
equad practicing for the nation-
illy televised Coaches AllAme-
rica football game in Lubbock,
Texas, Saturday.
"HE IS colorful and exciting
and seldom dull," said Brad-
shaw, who believes also that
Hayes is somewhat unreason-
able at times.
"I would tend to argue with
him sometimes. But if you
want to be logical about it you
can't argue with his philoso-
phy because he wins.
"I tend to disagree with the
way he handles things, but then
when you sit back and look at
his record, it speaks for itself.
You can't argue with his re-
cord."
N O T U N L I K E Ala-
bama's Paul "Bear" Bryant,

Hayes
who his players contend can
walk on water, Hayes has his
own mythology.
"Be has the power to make it
stop raining," G r a d i s h a r
smiled. "When we got out to
practice he will stand out there
and talk to the sky and it will
staop raining."
Bradshaw also is a believer,
explaining; "When I was a
freshman, at our very first
practice, we had to go off by
ourselves . . . while the varsity
worked out at the north facil-
ity. It got real cloudy and
started raining so hard we had
to leave the field.
"We climbed back on the bus
and went over to the north fa-
cility no more than a mile away,
and it was sunny. Not even a
drop of rain. I couldn't believe
it."
"And I will never forget it. I
don't know what Woody said
that day, but the result sure
left an impression on me."

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