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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Feiday, July 2, 1971

Page Twelve THE MICHiGAN DAiLY Friday, July 2, 1971

Red Sox

whip
DETROIT - Rico P
brought the steikng Bos
Sox from behind with
run homer in the ninth
for a 8-7 victory over the
Tigers last night.
Padres passed
SAN DIEGO - Rich
and Wes Parker drove
in the fifth inning ai
Sutton protected them
five-hitter, sending the
geles Dodgers toa 2-1
over the San Diego Pad
Orioles off ed
CLEVELAND -- Vada
blasted a drive over th
field fence with two oul
ninth inning, climaxing
hill struggle that gave th
land Indians a 3-2 victi
th lumping Baltimore
Pa1inson's homer, his
'cc the season, shattered a 2.
lock and came of f relic
.. ~ die Wat, 1-1, working
S Inning. It saddled the
with their sixth defeat
last eight games.
Orioles Senators stuffed
eveland WASHINGTON- n
crime er singled home two ri
Jim Shellenback beatt

torpid
ess York Tankees -'for the third
etrocelli time this season last night In a
ton Red 3-1 victory for the Washington
athree- Senators.
inning Errors by shortstop Gene Ml-
Detroit ehael figured in both of the
Senators' run-scoring innings as
two of the Senators' three runs
off loser Mike Kekich, 1-4, were
ieAln unearned. , , ,
nd Dn Mets muffled
with a NEW YORK--Dock Ellis and
Los An- three Pittsburgh relievers com-
victory bined to limit the New Yorkt
Ires last Mets to five hits and pitched the
SPirates to a 3-0 decision yester-
Who won at Wimnbledon? Canr
a professor from MsU maake the
Pinson big time? Does the change in
ie right Davis Cup- roles indicate an in-
tin the ternational eonspiracy? Whai's
an up- the real reason that Ken Rose-
eCleve- wall is hanging 'em up? For all
ory over this and more, see Page 11.
Orioles
fifth of day in a game interrupted three
-2da- timos by rain.
-2r ded- Ellis, 13-3, worked the first
ver Ed-s five innings before a pair of raic
ioleis delays of 20 minutes each forced
ioltesr him out of the game. Nelsor
inter Briles rescued Jim Nelson from
a sixth inning jam and thee
Dave Glusti finished up.
Minch- Expos erased
ins and MONTREAL = Ralph Garets
he New second triple keyed a four-rue
ninth inning uprising that car-
ried the Atlanta Braves to a 7-I
victory over Montreal yesterday
Sonny Jackson opened the
ninth for the Braves with a
~5walk, took second on a sacrifice
moved to third on a groundel
and, after pinch hitter HanS
United Aaron walked, scored the tie-
e domi- breaker on Felix Millan's single
inca, as
essional BILLBOARD
Waterman Gymanslum will bi
which open tonight from 7 to 10 p.m
through for the International Centei
hiete to Co-Recreation Program. Activi-
1gb cal- ties available include badonin-
d by the ton, golf, Jogging, table tennis
permits volleyball, and weight training
his i- This program will continue or
as now subsequent Friday evenings dur-'
'esslonal ing the summer term. All inter-
ble, dis~ ested students, faculty and staff
tllegiate are invited to participate In thit
program.

Tigers
Oser then collected his third
hit, a two-run triple, and romp-
ed home on Mike Lum's double,
Cards closed
SAN FRANCISCO--Ken Hen-
derson singled in the tie-breaker
and Bobby Bonds drove in three
runs yesterday as San Francisco
topped St. Louis 8-7.
Hal Lanier opened the sixth
inning for San Francisco with a
single and took second on Tito
Fuente's one-out single. Hender-
son then broke a 6-6 tie wfth a
single that scored Lanier as
Fuentes was thrown out at
third.
Reds romp
PHILADELPHIA - Jim Mc-
Glothlin's four-hit pitching paced
the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-1 vic-
tory over Philadelphia Phillies
last night in a game delayed by
rain for two hours and 5 min-
uThe Phils led 1-0 in the third
on Willie Montancr' 15th home-
run, when a driving thunder-
shower forced the long delay.
When the game resumed, the
Reds shelled starter Jun Bun-
ning in the fourth. Centerfielder
George Foster launched the at-
tack with a stogie, and scoredl
Bench'ssecond of three hits a
single to center. Bernie Carbo
then singled to left, scoring
Bench and potting the Reds in
the lead.

*

It doesn't look like it but Don Buford of the Baltimore
Is in the process of taking second base without passing go. Cli
indian catcher Ray Fosse tried. but he couldn't prevent the
as his Ibrow to Eddie Leon arrived after the fact.,

£

HARDSHIP CASE:
NCAA rpprsfrsgi

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (A) -
National Collegiate Athletic As-
sociation officials and basketball
coaches joined yesterday In cri-
ticteing the two major profci-
atonal basketball leagues for
signing college players before
their eligibility ends,
The National Basketball As-
socIation announced durlpg its
meeting last week that It had
relaxed the so-called four-year
rule to permit "hardship" cases
to sign with NBA teams before
their college eligibility expires.
The American Basketball As-
soctation has signed many such
players.,

The practice was called "un-
conscionable disregard for the
Intercollegiate program'" in a
statement released yesterday at
the end of the four-day meeting
of the NCAA University Division
basketball tournament commit-
tee.
National Association of Bas-
ketball Coaches director ,who
also met here this week, en-
dorsed the statement, which
said: .
"America's prominent position
in the sport of basketball can
be directly attributed to the
college game, It provides Inspi-
ration to high school athletes,

supplies nucleus of the
States teams which hay
nated the Olympic Ga
well as assisting prol
basketball,
"The orderly process
has b e en established
the years enables an at
develop his ability thros
iege competition directee
finest coaches and also
a young man to pursue
lege education, Thte h
been disrupted by prol
basketball's unconsciona
regard for the interc
program,
"The NCAA Basketha
nament Committee a
NABC board of directe
b o th professional ba
leagues to consIder th
range ramifications oft
cent action w/hich ca
prove harmful to the ar
Bill Wall of MacMurr
iege In Illinois, presiden
coaches' group, said th
would appoint a hree-m
mit ee to call on the
sioners of both pro lea
emphasize the coaches'

Head Lion gets
new conraEct
DETROIT (JP) - Joe Schmidt
has signed a new "sclf-renewlng
contract as head coach of the
Detroit Lions National Footballi
League team. The new pact,
termed "extremely satisfactory"
by both Schmidt and club pres-
ident William Clay Ford. was
announced yesterday, The agree-
ment is effective for the 1971
season,
In the past two seasons,
Schmidt's team has won 19. lost
eight and tied one In regular
season NFL competition. Sch-
midt's over-all four-year record
Is 28-23-5.

Maor Leagu StaYndings

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Baltimore 47 19 .011 -
etroIt 42 31 .1 5'!
Cleveland 311 41 .41810 % lt!
washington 10 4 33 5Ot
West
Oakland 50 Ii .030 -
Kansas City 30 34 .530 50
Minnesota 30 39 .494 i2t
CalifornIa 35 45 .435 17
Chicago 31 41 .425 17',,
MIlwaukee 31 03 .419 10
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 3, Baltimore 2
Boston 0, Detroit 7
Washington 3, New Ylirk 1
Chicago 0, Milwaukee 4
Other clubs not schreduled.
Today's Games
Nws Yor at Boston, nightngt
Chicago at Kansas City, night
Minnesota at Milwaukee, night
Baltimore at Detroit, night
Oakland at Callfsrnia, night

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eas L Pet. GB
Pittsburgh 50 19 .633 -
New York 4 30 60 3
st. Louis 40 39 .500 1iO
Philadephia 31 4 .403 ii
West
San Francisco 55 29 .030 -
Los Angeles 43 35 .555 7
Houston 37 39 .403 it
Atlanta 39 45 .464 14
Cincinnati 31 04 .453 14'!
San DIego 20 5i .354 22',
Yesterday's Results
Pittsburgh 3, New York 0
San Praneisco 0, St. Louis 7
Atlanta 7, Montreal 3
CincInnati 5, Philadelphia
as Angeles2, SansIego 5
Today's Games
Phladelphi at Mntreal, 1, twi-night
Atlanta at New York, night
Cincinnati at Houston, night
Los Angeles at San Dlego, night
it. Louis at Oan Franeisco

11 Tour-
nd the
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sketbal
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heir re-
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a group
an com-
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concern.

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