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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 14, 197:

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 14, 197:

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Ex-manager Phillips
RANGE, Calif. - Harold "Lefty" Phil- Tuesday regarding Phillips' recent Pacific ,.,.
former California Angels manager who Coast League scouting assignment.
called a "baseball man's baseball "He was an excellent baseball man and
t," is dead at 53. he was valuable to us not only through his
hillips, a scout for the Angels after scouting but his many contacts in base-
was fired as manager after last sea- ball," Dalton said.
died at a hospital Monday of corn- Phillips joined the Angels as a coach m
ationa from an asthma attack. He wos 1969 after four years as a pitching coach
cken while working on baseball re- with the Dodgers,
as at his home. A sore arm caused Phillips to end his
playing career, and he scouted talent for
hillips spent most of his adult life in the Cincinnati Reds from 1948 through 1950.
eball. pitching in the minor leagues be- He was with the Dodgrs from 1952 through
working as a scout and coach in the 1964.
ors. The Angels named him manager Survivors include his widow. Roberta a
succeed Bill Rigney on May 27, 1969. son, Dewayne, 29. and a daughter, Char-
team was in last place when he took leen, 27.
r but wound up third. Funeral services were pending.
alifornia was third again in 1970 and Last season dissension rocked the An-
mism for 1971 was high before the dis- gels from top to bottom and Phillips could
sion-plagued club finished fourth. not maintain enough control to suit the
is managerial record with the Angels Angel management. The much publicized
222-225. Alex Johnson affair and the Tony Conig-
eneral Manager Harry Dalton said he liaro eye incident were enough to keep the -
scheduled to meet with Phillips on Angls from developing into a cohesive unit.

dies

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Sunday is Father's Day

MEMPHIS SINGS BLUES:
ABA hopes for hoop merger

NEW YORK ' - American
basketball Commissioner J a c k
Dolph said yesterday he w a s
confident the ABA eventually
would merge with the National
Basketball Association, but
meanwhile, it would "continue
to function as a strong nde-
pendent league."
"I know that merger is in-
evitable," said Dolph.
The commissioner noted, how-
ever, that the merger bill "still
is hung up" in the office of Sen.
Sam J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C. "I am
confident we can get it un-
hung up," he added.
Before Dolph's mid-day -news
conference, following the Board
of Trustee's third meeting in
two days, the future -f the
Memphis franchise took a turn
for the worse.
Langdon "Zip" Viracola, :ho
had been negotiating for t h e

past three or four weeks
purchase of the financially i
Pros, surprisingly withdrew
proposal because of "too ;3
confusion."
Dolph, however, said he
"no official reaction" on 3
cola's withdrawal because
Memphis situation was not
cussed at the morning sea,
He said the trustees had,
ed about one of the other v
franchises - Pittsburgh -
did not discuss the other wo
club - the Floridians. T
have been reports that the
dors would be moved to
Haven, Conn. and the Fl
ians would play in Montree
Dolph also announced that
eral rules changes had been
proved. They included:
* Widening the foul i.
from 12 feet to 16 feet.
* Permitting zone pre,

f a r but not zone defenses.

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COME TO A
BENGALI BENEFIT VEGETARIAN DINNER
FOR BANGLADESH
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1972-6:30 p.m.
Speaker: THE REV. WARREN DAY of the United Ministries in
East Lansing, who has just returned from a fact-finding mission
in Bangladesh will talk of his experiences
Cost: $t.50 Cali 662-5529 Days
Ecumenical Campus Center, 769-1505 Evenings
921 Church Street
Reservations must be in by Wednesday, June 1 4th

* Allowing a team calling a
time out in the final two minat°s
of a. game to then get the ball
at mid-court.
! Enabling a team to have as
many defensive players in the
backcourt as it wants. Pre-
viously, only the same number
of defensive players were per-
mitted as offensive players.
Billy Jean
King; A. J.
Foyt; McKenzi
! BRISTOL, England - T op-
seeded Billie Jean King rallied
from an early setback to beat
Pas Teegarden, but Jim Con-
nors. expected to be a strong
contender at Wimbleton w a.s
upset by David Lloyd in t h e
first round of the West of Eng-
land tennis tournament yester-
day.
* INDIANAPOLIS - A. J. Foyt
Jr., three-time winer of the an-
nual 50-mile auto race at the
Indianapolis Motor Speedway,
contends some IMS officials
"are getting old and quick on
the draw.'
* PHILADELPHIA - J o h n
McKenzie, veteran winger of the
Boston Bruins of the National
Hockey League, will be an-
nounced today as player-coach
of the Philadelphia Blazers of
the tnew World Hockey Associa-
tion.
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ENDING TODAY
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