Friday, June 18, 1971
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Page Eleven I
Fridy, Jne 1, 171 TE MIHIGA DALY Pge Eeve
b95 i1 By The Associated Press
C PHILADELPHIA - Villanova
University said yesterday it will
forfeit its 1970-71 basketball re-
cord and its second - place finish
in the National Collegiate Ath-
letic Association championships
if it is true that its star player,
Howard Porter, signed a profes-
sional contract last December.
The Rev. Robert J. Welsh, Vil-
lanova president, wrote NCAA
Executive Director Walter Byers
that Porter should have a hearing
to explain his position.
Records in U.S. District Court
in New York disclosed Wednes-
day that the 6-foot-8 Porter had
signed a contract with the
American Basketball Association
last Dec. 16.
Welsh wrote Byers that in
view of the court evidence-pro-
duced when the ABA's Pittsburgh
Condors sued Porter and the
A U S T I N Chicago Bulls of the National
Basketball Association for breach
iA ND of contract-W"We must presume,
unless Howard Porter can dem-
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a ready to forfeit hoop season
pete" in the tournament last
"In the absence of any addi-
tional information, Villanova
University will and should for-
feit its record in the season and
tournament and any receipts to
which it would otherwise be en-
titled," Welsh's letter said.
Villanova finished the year
with a 27-7 record, one of the
best in its history. It received
$66,000 as its share of the NCAA
NFL, players agree
MINNEAPOLIS - National
Football League club owners and
the NFL Players' Association
jointly announced yesterday final
agreement has been reached on a
four-year "collective bargaining
The agreement was announced
after representatives from both
sides met all night and most of
yesterday to iron out a wordage
disagreement on a contract
agreed upon Feb. 28.
The players contended owners
had changed the .wording of the
February agreement. They filed
the unfair labor charge, which
was upheld by the NLRB May
Major League Leaders
BATTING - 115 at bats - Oliva,
Minn., .380; Murcer, N.Y., .359; Ka-
line, Det., .329; Buford, Balt., .311;
B. Robinson, Balt., .310.
RUNS - Buford, Balt., 47; R.
Smith, Bost., 42; Yastrzemski,
Bost., 42; Oliva, Minn., 40; Campan-
eris, Oak., 37; Tovar, Minn., 37.
RUNS BATTED IN - Killebrew,
Minn., 41; White, N.Y., 43; Petro-
celli, Bost., 43; W. Horton, Det.,
40; F. Roinson, Balt., 39.
HITS - Oliva, Minn., 82; Murcer,
N.Y., 78; Tovar, Minn., 78; R.
Smith, Bost., 72; B. Robinson,
DOUBLES - Ceniliare, Bost., 17;
Northreup, Det., 15; W. SHorton,
Det., 14; Rud!, Oak., 14; T. Conig-
liaro, Calif., 13; Campaneris, Oak.,
13; Cardenas, Minn., 13; Oliva,
TRIPLES - Clarke, N.Y., 4; Un-
ser, Wash., 4; Schaal, K.C., 4; Ca-
rew, Minn., 4; 8 tied with 3.
HOME RUNS - Oliva, Minn., 15;
Cash, Det., 14; W. Horton, Det.,
13; R. Jackson, Oak. 12; R. smith,
STOLEN BASES - Patek, K.C.,
19; Otis, K.C., 16; Campaneris,
Oak., 1.5; Alomar, Calif., 14; Pin-
son,. Cirve., 12.
PITCHING - 7 Decisions - Cuel-
lar, Balt., 10-1, .909, 2.67; Blue,
Oak., 14-2, .875, 1.42; Siebert, Bost.,
9-3, .750, 2.45; Coleman, Det., 6-2,
.150, 4.11; DalCanton, K.C.,,6-I,
.750, 2.99; Drags, K.C., 6-29 .750,
2.04; Palmer, Bait., 9-3, 1750, 2,40.
STRIKEOUTS - Blue, Oak., 133;
Lolich, Oct., 112; Blyleven, Mine.,
94; McDowell, Cieve.,89; Bradley,
BATTING - 115 at bats - W.
Davis, L.A., .357; Torre, St.L., .349;
Brock, St.L., .345; Garr, Atl., .343;
Beckert, Chic., .340.
RUNS - Bonds, S.F., 52; Brock,
StL., 51; Garr, Atl., 45; W. Davis,
L.A., 40; Cash, Pitt., 40.
RUNS BATTED IN - Stargell,
Pitt., 57; B. Aaron, All., 53; Tore,
St.L., 45; Cepeda, Atl., 42; Cardenal,
HITS - Garr, AtL, 91; W. Davis,
L.A., 90; Brock, St.L., 89; Torre, St.
L., 87; Beckert, Chic., 83.
DOUBLES - Brock, St.L., 18;
M. Alo, St.L.,15; Staub, MtI., 14;
Sanguille, Pitt., 14; W. Davis, L.A.,
TRIPLES - Harrelson, N.Y., 5;
Clemente, Pitt., 5; Milian, Atl., 5;
W. Davis, L.A., 5; Speier, S.F., 5.
HOMERUNS - Stargell, Pitt.,
21; H. Aaron, AtL, 19; Bench, Cin.,
16; Bonds, S.F., 15; B. Williams,
Chic., 14; L. May, Cin., 14; Cepeda,
STOLEN BASES Brock, St.L.,
20; Harrelson, N.Y., 13; M o r g a n ,
Boust., 12; Garr, Atl., 11; Bonds,
PITCHING - 7 decisions - Gul-
lett, Cin., 7-2, .779, 3.12; Carlton,
St.L., 10-3, .769, 3.00; Ellis, Pitt.,
10-3, .769, 2.11; Dierson, Boost., 10-
3, .769, 1.10; J. Johnson, S.F., 6-2,
STRIKEOUTS - Canton, St..,
119; Stonsman, Mtl, 122; Jenk-
ins, Chic., 114; eaver, N.Y., 112;
Holtzmsan, Chic., 90.
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"The players have indicated
that they will withdraw the un-
fair labor practice charge now
pending before the NLRB"
NFLPA attorney Leonard Lind-
He did not divulge the exact
area of the wordage dispute, but
it reportedly dealt with injury
UCLA takes net title
SOUTH B E N D - UCLA
clinched its second straight NC-
AA tennis titde yesterday after
grabbing three of the four posi-
tions in the singles semifinals.
Stanford's Roscoe Tanner join-
ed Jeff Borowiak, Jimmy Con-
ners and Haroon Rahim of UCLA
in today's semifinals.
The Bruins, entering Thurs-
day's quarterfinals in doubles,
had 29 points, while challenger
Trinity, Tex., trailed with 25.
Trinity, however, had just one
doubles team remaining while the
Bruins had two doubles teams in
addition to the singles players.
Reds ink 15-year-old
CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati
Reds disclosed yesterday that
they have signed 15-year-old
Manual Rosario, a pitcher from
the Dominican Republic.
"I can't ever remember sign-
ing a 15-year-old before, said
Howsam, pointing out that regu-
lations prohibit major league
teams from signing players be-
fore they graduate from high
However, the rules do not cov-
er Latin American players.
Rosario, two months from hi
16th birthday, said he will con-
tinue with his schooling although
he will report to Cincinnati's
farm team for rookies at Brad-
enton, Fla., Howsam said.
Cavs to get new arena
CLEVELAND - Nick Mileti,
owner of Cleveland's profession-
al hockey and basketball teams,
announced plans yesterday to
build a new $17 million coliseum
in Richfield Township in Northern
Mileti said work on the colise-
um, which will hold 18,000 fans
for Cleveland Barons' American
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