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SCHOOL KEEPS HUSH ON APPEAL
Illinois mayget 3-year probation
CHICAGO (M-The University of Illi- At Champaign, Athletic Director Cecil Illini cage coach Gene Bartow." Mat- announcement normally would come at
nois maintained its silence yesterday on Coleman acknowledged Friday he replied thews was one of the nation's most Friday's Council-session.
a published report that the school's bas- to the NCAA this week. "I can not in- sought after prep prospects last season. Players implicated in the alleged vio-
ketball team may be under a three-year dicate whether it was an appeal," he If the school is placed under proba- lations, including illegal recruiting, car
probation by the National Collegiate said. tion in basketball, it will be banned from loans to athletes and other irregularities,
Athletic Association. "We have been ordered not to make postseason tournament play and televi- all left school several years ago.
Sports Editor Rick Talley of Chicago any announcements until t h e y (the sion appearances in that sport for the The basketball coach at the time, Harv
Today said that Illinois "has been slap- NCAA) make a release," said Coleman, duration of the probation. Schmidt, earlier this year was dismissed
ped with a stiff penalty by the NCAA- who declined comment on the nature of Talley said Coleman probably will pre- after a prolonged Illini losing streak
reportedly three years of probation be- the NCAA sanction. "When they do, sent an appeal before the NCAA Council and replaced by Bartow.
cause of basketball recruiting violations we'll hold a press conference and go over meeting in St. Louis next Thursday and This marks the second NCAA probe of
and already the p e n alI t y has been the whole thing." Friday. Illinois. The first followed the 1969 so-
appealed." called slush fund scandal which re-
THE SCHOOL had been notified it was TALLEY ALSO wrote "there are re- BUT COLEMAN said "whether or not sulted in the forced resignation of three
under investigation by the NCAA for ports that a lawsuit against the NCAA we'll appear at that meeting must come Illini coaches, permanent ineligibility of
basketball program irregularities in will be filed either by freshman basket- from the NCAA, not us." The NCAA five athletes and a two-year school pro
1969 and 1970. ball player Audie Matthews or new office at Kansas City said any infraction bation.
Dodgers lose fourth straight
By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH-Dock Ellis fired a five-hitter, pitching the
Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-2 victory over Los Angeles last night
a and handing the Dodgers their fourth straight loan.
//./ Ellis, 9-8, won his sixth straight game since an abrupt mid-
# 3 season turnabout. He led 3-0 on a one-hitter into the sixth inning
annd had retired 14 straight batters before losing pitcher Don
/ , Sutton beat out an infield single to spark the Dodgers to a pair
Sutton, 10-9, fell behind 1-0 in the first inning when Al Oliver
doubled and scored on a bloop double by Willie Stargell.
Pittsburgh scored two more runs in the fourth with the help
of a wild pitch by Sutton and the first error of the season by
Dodger center fielder Jim Wynn.
ST. LOUIS-Joe Torre's two-
run single in the ninth inning
lifted the St. Louis Cardinals
to a 2-1 victory over the San
Francisco Giants last night.
Giants strater John D'Acquis-
to, 9-11, had given up just two
hits over the first eigth innings.
But pinch-hitter Jim Dwyer
drew a walk to open the ninth
and then Lou Brock singled
him to third. That brought in
relief pitcher Elias Sosa.
After Brock stole second for
his 81st steal of the season,
Sosa retired Ted Sizemore on a
fly ball, then dealt an inten-
tional walk to Reggie Smith,
loading the bases.
Torre followed with his two-
run single past shortstop.
San Francisco had taken a 1-0
lead in the eighth inning when
Chris Speier lined his seventh
home run of the season.
Bob Gibson, 8-10, went all the
way for the victory, allowing
TONY OLIVA, bad legs and all, tries to steal second b a s e unsuccessfully in the Minnesota
Twins game at Boston against the Red Sox last night. BoSox second sacker Doug Griffin put
the tag on Oliva to complete a doubleplay that started when Harmon Killebrew struck out.
By United Press International
DETROIT - Rookie Harold Hart scor-
ed twice for Oakland last night to lead
the Raiders to a 41-10 smashing of the
Detroit Lions in the first National Foot-
ball League exhibition game since vet-
erans began their two-week "Cooling
Another rookie, back Mark Van Eeg-
hen of Colgate, rumbled 63 yards on a
short hike from punt formation to score
with one second left in the first half r
Another Raider rookie, defensive back
Chris Arnold of Virginia State, sped 51
yards with an intercepted pass in the
Veteran Clarence Davis scored on a
three-yard touchdown run and starting
quarterback Ken Stabler threw a three- s. R.- jc-M
yard touchdown pass to veteran tight
end Bob Moore while his sub,-Canadians
refugee Larry Lawrence, fired a four-
yard scoring pass to Hart. Hart ran over OAKLAND'S Charlie Smith scampers through t
from two-yards out for his other score. 41-10 victory over the Detroit Lions at Tiger Stadiv
W L Pet, Gn
Boston 65 53 .551 -
Cleveland 59 56 .513 41/z
Baltimore 60 68' .508 5
New York 58 59 .496 6 ,
Milwaukee s6 at .4a5s
Detroit 55 63 .467 10
Oakland 69 o .580 -
Kansas City 62 55 .530 --
Texas 61 60 .504 9
Chicago 50 59 .500 91/,
Minnesota 58 62 .483 11%
California 47 72 .395 22
New Yor 9, Chicago 8, 1st, 13 inn,
Chicago at New York 2nd
Boston 3, Minnesota 2
Texas 6, Cleveland 3
Baltimore 1, Kansas City o
Milwaukee at California, inc.
Detroit at Oakland, inc.
Texas (Hargan 9-7) at Cleveland
(J. Perry 12-8).
Chicago (Johnson 4-1) at New
York (McDowell 1-5).
Minnesota (Goltz 5-8) at Boston
Detroit (LaGrow 8-13) at Oakland
(Abbott 4-3), 4:30 p.m.
Kansas City (splittorff 12-12) at
Batimore (Palmer 4-8), night.
Milwaukee (Colborn 8-10) at
California (Hassler 2-6), night.
W L Pet. GB
St. Louis 63 57, .525 -
Philadelphia 61 58 .513 1%
Pittsburgh 60 59 .504 2%
Montreal 55 61 .464 6
New York 52 63 .452 8%
Chicago 49 67 .422 12
Los Angeles 75 44 .630 -
Cincinnati 71 49 .592 4%
Atlanta 63 55 .534 114
Houston 60 58 .508 14%
San Francisco 54 66 .450 21%
San Diego 47 73 .392 2801
Chicago 4, San Dtego 1
Philadelphia 0 Atlanta 3
New York 2, Cincinnati 1, 12 inn.
Pittsburgh 5, Los Angeles 2
Houston 8, Montreal 3
St. Louis 2, san Francisco 1
Los Angeles (Messersmith 13-4)
at Pittsburgh (Reuss 12-9).
San(Diego (Spsiner 5-8) at Chi.
rago (Bonhamn 10-15).
New York (Parker 4-10) at Cin-
cintnati (illingham 14-8).
SanFrancisco (Cal dwel 11-3) at
St. Louis (McGlothen 13-8).
Philadelphia (Lonborg 13-11) at
Atlanta (Capra 10-7).
Hloustna (Dierker 8-8) at Men-
treal (Renko 9-Il).