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Thursday, July 8, 1971

THE $ CIAN DALY

Paoe Seve

Thursday, July 8, l~71 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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Tennis world divided

STRESA, Italy (PI) - The rtl-
ing body of international amateur
tennis yesterday withdrew its
four-year sanction of profession-
als, claiming that their promotes
were taking ever the game.
The decision by the Internation-
al Lawn Tennis Federation
maxed a dispute over money d-'-
mands made by Texas million-
aire Lamar Hunt, head of
World Championship Tennis tc
which most top pros beln.
Thus, unless resolved, the likes
of Rod Laver, John Newcomoe,
Hall of Fame
opens doors to.
black oldtimers
NEW YORK (R') - Leroy "Sat-
chel" Paige, the hesitation-
pitch ace of the Negrobase-
ball leagues, and other bla ck
stars of the pre-1947 era will
be inducted directly into Base-
ball's Hall of Fame rather than
be honored in a special section.
Notice of the change c ame
yesterday in an announcement
by Baseball Commissioner Bow-
ie Kuhn and Paul Kerr, presi-
dent of the Hall of Fame,
spelling out plans to honor the
seven new inductees at Coopers-
town, N.Y., Aug. 9.
Paige previously was not eli-
gible for induction into the
Hall of Fame because he had
not played the required 10
years in the major leagues.
-CORRECTION-
The film schedule for the Ann
Arbor Film Cooperative's sum-I
mer showings was incorrect as
it appeared in the July 3
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UNTIL DARK will not be shown
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on the 17th but rather on
July 24.

Arthur Ashe and Cliff Drysdale
will be banned from the world's
major tournaments next year.
"It was either them WCT or
ILTF," an ILTF delegate said
after the vote to sever relations
with the WCT. "Things couldn't
have gone on this way."
But Alan Heyman, ae-.Oy-rlect-
ed president of the ILTF, -was
hopeful of an accord.
"It is in the interest of tennis
to reach an agreement," said
Heyman, a Danish lawyer living
in London. "But now it's u to
the WCT to take the first step."
"Meanwhile, we are ready to
welcome back those :ros who
leave Hunt."
In London, the WCT said it
still is willing for its players to
compete at Wimbledon, Forest
Hills and the French champion-
ships.
The WCT directors "- Lamar
Hunt Jr., Al Hill and Mike Dav-
ies - issced a statement through
their London office denying they
had made any demands on the
ILTF.

Herman David,. c.irman of
the All-England Crib which snins
Wimbledon, said: "The ball is
in Mr. Hunt's court. His present
conditions are not acceptable,
and that is that.
"I hope something will hap-
pen to resolve the problem be-
fore the ban is implemented.
For the time being it i iprobably
best to let things Aimmar do-wn."
The ILTF said Bunt's groep
had demanded $24,000, besides
prize money, from nationaL or-
ganizations for each tourna-
ment, Wimbledon, Forest Hills
and the French championship,
excluded.
In addition, the WCT was said
to have asked for a say in the
choice of balls and television
contracts.
Sevently delegates from 66'
countries rejected all demands
in a hand vote. The ILTF also
voted to forbid its players from
taking part in any tourney spon-
sored by the WCT and threat-
ened expulsion of anybody aid-
ing Hunt's organization.

New York to fix stadium,
Giants to move anyway

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Fram Wire Service Reports
Albany - Yankee Stadium, the
home of baseball's New York
Yankees and the football Giants,
will be purchased by New York
City and renovated at a cost of
$24 million.
But the city may find itself
with an empty stadium, at least
during the football season.
New York Mayor John V. Lind-
say had sought the stadium re-
habilitation in order to keep both
teams from moving to a planned
sports complex in near-by Hack-
ensack, New Jersey. However,
the Giants are expected to for-
malize their plans to move with-
in two weeks according to The
Record of Hackensack.
"That's right. It's close," said
David A. "Sonny" Werblin, chair-
man of the New Jersey Sports
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Authority which has been nego-
tiating with Giant officials.
"The lease is being read. The
negotiations are just about com-
plete. They've decided to move
if they get a satisfactory lease,"
the former owner of the New
York Jets football team added.
Raymond Walsh, general mana-
ger of the Giarnts, said "I'd like
to think it's in the final stages,"
but declined further comment.
The Giants lease in New York
City expires in 1974.
Werblin said negotiations for a
39-year lease with an option to
renew would not be hampered by
the signing Tuesday by Gov.
Nelson A. Rockefeller legisla-
tion authorizing New York City
to buy and renovate Yankee Sta-
dium, the Giants' current home.
The negotiations are "beyond
that stage," Werblin said.
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"The Best movie this year by far!
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it's Bertolucci. A master director!"
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"'The Conformist' is an absorbing study of
decadence in the Italy of 1938. Under Ber-
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