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Saturday, June 19, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

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Alex is religious, refined'-Daddy

MIAMI UP' - Alex Johnson, the
California Angel with the tar-
nished halo, is really "one of the
best guys in the world . . . quiet
. . . just a good boy." That's
what Alex' father thinks of his
hard-hitting son, the eye of the
sports typhoon that has battered
the American League baseball
team.
"This morning I told him to
just do his job and keep his
mouth shut," Arthur Johnson,
father of Alex, told the Miami
News in a telephone interview
from his home in Detroit.
"I told him there's no future
with a pick and a shovel." Ac-
cording to his dad, Alex, the older
brother of Michigan football im-
mortal, Ron Johnson, replied that
he "can keep quiet so long as
people are fair with me. So far,
people haven't been fair."
Even Gene Autry, the onetime
good-guy movie cowboy who
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now is chairman of the Angels'
board of directors, accused John-
son of being the trouble-maker
-the only troublemaker-on the
disturbed team.
Manager Lefty Phillips said
much the same, denying reports
that many of the Angels were
carrying guns in preparation for
a possible clubhouse war.
"I think Commissioner Bowie
Kuhn should go in and find
the root of this matter before
somebody gets hurt," said the
elder Johnson, "Alex bas always
been a peaceful boy - he's not
going to carry any weapon. So
Alex might be the one who gets
hurt ., .that's the way it works,
isn't it?"
Johnson said his slugging off-
spring "was brought up to be
very religious and refined
Gibbs to coach
for Mississippi
OXFORD, Miss. UP) -- Jake
Gibbs, New York Yankees cat-
cher and former football great,
will leave professional baseball
after this season to take on a
coaching job at the Univer-
sity of Mississippi, Ole M Isa
Athletic Director Frank Kin-
ard announced Friday.
Gibbs, an All-American quar-
terback at Ole Miss in 1960,
will become the university's
football recruiter and baseball
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and to try to be nice to every-
body. He's very devoted to his
home and very shy."
Alex, the father said, believes
he has been mistreated in the
Angels' camp. "Although he was
always a mild-mannered boy,"
said Johnson, "he'd never let any-
body take advantage of him."
"When they were young," the *
father said, "the boys used to
kid around. Since Alex was five
years older, Ron used to tire out
because Alex used to weigh him
down. Not anymore. There aren't
too many men who are going to
weigh Ron down now . . . not
even Alex."
Hockey heir
held on theft
TORONTO (R) - Stafford
Symthe, 51-year-old President
of Maple Leaf Gardens Ld,
was released on $5,00 bail
yesterday after appearing in
court on theft and fraud charg-
es involving $395,00In cash
and securities.
Theft and fraud charges have
also been placed against Harold
Ballard, Gardens executive vice-
president. Police said they were
seeking Ballard to exercise a
warrant for his arrest. Bal-
lard was reported en route to
New York
Smythe and Ballard are
jointly charged with stealing
money and securities to a value
of $146,000, the property of the
Gardens, between 1964 and
. 1969,
Smythe faces an additional
charge of defrauding the Gar-
dens of $249,000 during t he
same period.
The Gardens, home of t h e
Toronto Maple Leafs of t h e
National Hockey League, was
built by Stafford Smythe's
father, Conn.
Coach sues
kid's mother
over fracas
BILLINGS, Mont. (P) - A
Little League baseball coachhas
filed suit in district court seek-
ing to bar the mother of one of his
players from the balfield when
he is coaching.
Quenton Bohrer also asked
$60,065 in damages from Mrs.
JohnaChristopherson, alleging the
woman beat him during a prac-
tice game.
He claimed Mrs. Christopher-
son's 9-year-old son showed up
for practice without his proper
uniform. The youngster was told
to go home and change.
Mrs. Christopherson, the suit
claims, grabbed Bohrer and beat
him on the chest and face and
then used v u 1 g a r language
against his 15-year-old daugh-
ter.
Grabiec, Big Ten
to tour Australia
CHICAGO OP) - Michigan's
Wayne Grabiec is part of a Big
Ten all-star basketball team chat
will leave here Monday for a 1I-
game tour of New Zealand and
Australia.
The squad, coached-by North-
western's Brad Snyder and In-
diana's Lo Watson, will alsot-in-
lude Jim Brewer of Minnesota,
Clarence Sherrod of Wisconsin
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