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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, May 27, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, May 27, 1972

NBA plays
despite,
Kennedy
,UNIONDALE, N. Y. ()-
"The National Basketball Asso-
ciation Players' Association has
decided that if anyone is sus-
pended or fined, all the players
will quit," said burly Bob La-
nier of the Detroit Pistons.
"That's probably true," said
Dave DeBusschere of the New
York Knicks, "but I don't know
that for a complete fact. But
that would be the logical thing
to say. If they suspend one of
us, they might as well suspend
all of us."
They made their comments
Thursday night, after the NBA
All-Stars, playing under the
threat of fines or suspensions
from Commissioner Walter1J.
Kennedy, had overcome a 19-
point deficit and edged the
American Basketball Associa-
tion's best players 106-104 at
the Nassau Coliseum.
"I wasn't really bothered by
the threat, but apparently some
players were," said Lanier,
voted the game's Most Valuable
Player after sparking the NBA's
comeback with 15 points and
seven rebounds.
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (A) -
Tlie worst seat conditions since
1953 may complicate the 56th
running of the Indianapolis 500-
asile auto race Saturday
The temperature for the 33
drivers, all faster than last.
year's record-breaking Peter
Revson McLaren, may be near
the 91 degrees of '53. Nine driv-
ers were treated for heat ex-
hiaustion that year and Carl
Scarborough died in the infield
hospital at the Speedway.
Jim Pathman, who will drive
the pace car Saturday, led part
of that race 19 years ago. He
recalled it vividly Friday as the
drivers met for their final in-
structions.
"I got sick and threw up,"

Wilt Chamberlain takes Artis Gilmore to, the boards in direct
violation of Czar Walter Kennedy's papal bull prohibiting All-star
play between the two Basketball Associations.
IN BIG TEN MEET:

Dykstra's discus dumps Adams

By The Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. 03) - De-
fending champion Larry Dyk-
stra retained his discus crown
and gave Illinois the early lead
in the battle for strong Indi-
ana's team crown as the 72nd
Big Ten outdoor track and field
meet opened Friday.
Dykstra, who sailed the plat-
ter 173-B, and Purdue's Jeff
Bolin with a long jump victory
of 25 feet, % inch, were the
only titlists crowned in the sul-
try twilight session devoted
otherwise to qualifying for seven
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events on Saturday's 16-final
program at the University of
Illinois.
After the first two finals, Il-
linois led with 14 points, close-
ly followed by another threat to
Indiana's Hoosiers, Michigan
State with 13.
Indiana's Mike Davis ac-
counted for eight points with
second place in the discus at
171-2 but the Hoosiers quali-
fied heavily Friday and were
expected to make a strong run
for their third successive out-
door crown in Saturday's wind-
up at Memorial Stadium.
Michigan's Steve Adams, the
pre-tournament favorite, slip-
ped badly and only heaved the

disc 170-9, well below his best
heave of the season.
In other events of the day,
the qualifying heats, times were
well below season's best as com-
petitors seemed to ease up, con-
centrating on just qualifying
and feeling out the opposition.
Herb Washington of Michi-
gan State who has set all sorts
of speed records in the 100
yards dash managed only a
9.6, while Larry Burton of Pur-
due, his closest competitor,
matched that mark,
Kim Rowe of Michigan led
the field in the 440 with a
46,9 qualifying time. Greg Sy-
phax of the Maize and Blue
had a 47.5.

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Rathman said. "Pat Flaherty
passed out and drove straight
into tie wall.
'ire engineers said in 1953
that the terperature on the
surface of the asphalt track was
130 degrees.
Pathman do: sn't think the
reat will be such a problem
Saturday. Sinre the 1960 win-
er's heyday the engines have
been moved from the front to
the rear of the ears and the
heat doesn't w ash over the
drivers.
Early laps Saturday around
tie 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor
Speedway may look like one of
the 20-mite spring events popu-
lar on smaller tracks.
A driver gets $150 for each
lap he leads, in addition to the
regular purse.
Peter Vukovich, killed leading
the 1955 race, won that hot
event of 1953.
Vukovich's son,Bill, is rated
a strong contender Saturdayd
Bobber Unser, the 1968 win-
ner, will start in the pole posi-
tion, No. 1, and the other driv-
ers could be scrambling for
second place.
Qualifications, in which he
set a 10-mile Speedway record
of 195.904 m.ph., indicated no-
body can pass him if his white
Eagle-Offenhauser stays stuck
together.
Other former winners, in a
field that includes eight rookies,
include Al Unser, 1950 and 1971.
starting from 19th place. and
Mario Andretti, 1969, starting
from fifth
W!M' golfer
leads field
ST. PAUL, Minn. (A) - Neil
Spitalny of Michigan, sarked
by a record-tying 66 in the op-
ening round, took a two-stroke
lead at the end of the first day
of play Friday while Mchlga
State grabbed the edge in team
standings at the Big Ten Golf
Tournament.
Spitalny chewed up the 6.359-
yard University Golf Course
with his five - under - par 66
in the morning round to tie the
competitive course record, and
then came back with a 71 in the
second round.
He was two strokes up on Bob
MacWhinnie of Purdue who had
rounds of 71-68.
Michigan State held a slim
lead over host Minnesota 719-
725, with Purdue two more
strikes back. Then came Indi-
ana 728, Michigan 736, Illinois
738, Ohio State 740, Iowa 744.
Wisconsin 751, and Northwest-
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