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EMU, Duke, Kansas censured

BOSTON (A) - The National California originally was pe- "I was gratifi
Collegiate Athletic Association nalized for permitting I s a a c blown NCAA inve
censured the University of Kan- Curtis, a track star, and foot- ered so little tof
as, Duke University and Eastern ball tight end Larry Brumsey he said, notingt
Michigan with one-year probation to compete in violations of the serious findings
periods yesterday while modify- 1.6 regulation. Both since have involving staff I
ing a harsh penalty imiosed a left the school. have left the on
year ago against the University Duke was censured for violat-
of California. ing recruiting rules, mainly in en- WARREN S|
Kansas, censured by its Big tertaining and transporting pro- ant executivec
Eight Conference in October, spective student athletes. Al- NCAA, said the3
1970, was caught up by t h e though the university was placed cil had recogni
NCAA's policy-making Council on probation for one year, only sity's co-operatit
for many violations, including the basketball team will be in- disciplinary acti(
one of providing student-athletes eligible for post-season competi- Asked about t
discount cards for theatres. tion. between the BigI
Eastern Michigan was repri- action, Browns
reri- many other thing
Tigers in first: 44 manded for violatig NCAA mu- including some
Hold on to your Stroh's and es governing financial aid to out.'
Holy Cowl The dinky Detroit- student athletes, ethical conduct At Duke, Cha
ers finally won a baseball game which involved a basketball play- Blackburn, expr
and more amazingly, Fatty Lo- er hitting a Roanoke College op- the violation wl
lich was pitching. As usual, ponent, and the 6 academic censure.
Bli apithing.Ne AsY usualr code involving five athletes.
Baltimore and New York were He said in a
losing so life proceeds normally Eastern Michigan's teams in the spring of 1
in the American League East. basketball, track and wrestling the university,
What makes this day some were declared ineligible for post- NCAA interpreta
what extraordinary is that ex- season play during the probation- was a represent
actly 31 years ago Mr. Bennie ary period. versity's athletic
Lolich received the-news that Kansas has been on two years a high school se
his wife had bore him a plump probation in the Big Eight and university was
son. Almost instantly, fat Ben- Dr. E. Laurence Chalmers Jr., cruit for its bas
nie envisoned his son one day university president, said he was and his high sch
leading the Bengals to the lead surprised by the severity of the ACC (Atlantic C
in the tight 1972 American pen- NCAA penalty. tournameit.
nant race. -
The NCAA ordered that Kans- 30 SECOND RESUMPTION:
as' football, basketball, and
track teams be barred from post-
seasonprcompetition for the one-O M C
California, placed on indefinite
probation last August for viola- REYKJAVIK, Iceland (R) - the point for a w
tion of the 1.6 rule, satisfied the Bobby Fischer edged half a point expressed belief
NCAA Council that it had been nearer the world chess title he found a way to
operating under the academic has eyed for nearly 20 years with Spassky was
code since last Feb. 1. The coon- a draw yesterday in the resumed game adjourset
cil placed the university on one- 15th game against Boris Spassky, next move, sed
year probation, retroactive to the world champion. yesterday by
that date. The draw came less than 30 Scheid, moved
."{'"C,iii,: ,...: ".{:;: .. seconds after play resumed in the Fischer twice im
game that was adjourned Thurs- After his 43r
M Leanue day after 44 moves. The U.S. gave Spassky
Maorchallenger now leads the Soviet champion, thoou
Standings champion, 9-6, and needs only of a win to bo
3npoints to take the title. ches. accentE

ed that a full-
estigation uncov-
find fault with,"
that the m o r e
of misconduct
members who
versity.
BROWN, assist-
director of the
governing Coun-
zed the univer-
on and previous
ion.
he long interim
Eight and NCAA
aid: "We h a d
gs to investigate,
which washed
ncellor John B.
essed regret for
hich led to the
statement: "In
971, a friend of
who, under the
tion of its rules,
ative of the uni-
c interests, took
nior whom t h e
attempting to re-
ketball program
ool coach to the
oast Conference)

JOHN FOUNTAIN, Eastern Michigan's Sports Information Direc-
tor (left) and Dr. George Linn, a faculty representative, meditate
for a moment upon hearing the news that the NCAA censured
the school and placed it on a one-year probation.

Iraws pass
in. Some experts remained seated at the board,
f he might have fiddling with the pieces, his eight
win the match. white ones and the six black ones
n check when the of Fischer.
d Thursday. His Schmid walked across and es-
aled and opened corted the crestfallen champion
referee Lothar away.hNA D
him out of check. Chess fans who had paid 200
ore gave check. kroner each, about $2.25, to see
d move, Fischer the resumption of the 15th game, $
his hand. The were doubly disappointed They $1.5 8

r
F

gh badly in need
Ister his sagging
ed it.
d away, Spassky

not only saw less than 30 seconds
of play, but they watched Fischer
choose perpetual check rather
than play for a win.

American League
East
E W L Pet. GB
Detroit 61 53 .531 -
Baltimore 60 53 .536 V2
New York 58 54 .518 2
Boston 56 55 .505 3%
Cleveland 52 61 460 i/
Mlwaukee 44 69 .389 16Cj
Rest
Oakland 67 46 .593 -
Chicago 66 46 .589 / I
Minnesota 59 51 .536 6t
Kansas City 54 57 .486 12
Calitornia 51 62 .451 16
Texs 46 67 .407 2t
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 2, California 0
Minnesota 3, Baltimore 1
Oakland 8, Cleveland 0
Milwaukee 7, Kansas City 2
Texas 11, New York 2
E. Chicago 8, Bloston. 1
Today's Games
Oakland (Blue, 5-7) at Cleveland (Min-
ning, 2-1)
California (May, 5-8) at Detroit (Cole-
man, 12-11)
Boston (Curtis, 7-6) at Chicago (Brad-
ley, 13-9)
Minnesota (Blyleven, 10-14) at Balti-
more (Palmer, 16-5), night
Milwaukee (Lockwood, 6-9) at Kansas
City (Drago, 8-14), night
" New York (Kline, 13-5) at Texas (Bro-
berg. 5-10), night
Nationa League
W L Pct. GKl
Pittsburgh 69 42 .622 -
New York 59 51 .536-.91
Chicago 59 54 .522 1
St. ouis53 7 .482 15j
_ Motrea 51 0 .4)0 ii
Philadelphia 42 70 .375 27
* West
Cincinnati 69 43 .616 -
ilouston 05 50 .565 5%
anta 5 3
San Francisco 51 64 .443 19'
Sa igo 44 '7 .316 24'S
Yesterday's Results
Houston 4, Philadelphia 3
Montreal 4, Atlanta * 1 innings
Cincinnati 8, New York 2
Today's Games
'incinnati (Gillingham, 8-10) at N
tork (Strom, 0-0)
ft. Louis (Santorini, 6-8) at San ir"in-
,isco (Reberger, 3-1)
osion (Dierker, 11-6) at lhiladelphia
(Twitch Il, 2-4), night
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As champion, Spassky needs nix
more points to keep his crown.
Fischer played for a draw,
which is a half point, instead of
Piston's Coach
Earl Lloyd is the coach of the
Detroit Pistons.
READ AND USE THE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS
Dennis Hopper as
DREAMER

Fischer raced

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