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Page Eleven

Friday, July 9, 1971

THE MICHIGANDAIL

Friday, JuIy9, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

EXCL. IVEGY
OF ENGLAND

Flood renews attacks
on reserve clause

CHAMPIONSHIP CHESS:
Fisher clubs Larsen

WASHINGTON (J) - Curt
Flood, the controversial out-
fielder who sued baseball for
$3.1 million, has asked the Su-
preme Court to invalidate the
sport's reserve clause.
In a brief filed by his attor-
neys, Flood said organized base-
ball has violated the antitrust
laws with its reserve system,
which binds a player to one club
for life unless he is traded or
sold.
"It needs no argument to
demonstrate that o r g a n i z e d
baseball is now interstate com-
merce," said Flood's lawyers in
argument against baseball's ex-
emption from antitrust .laws.
They said the Supreme Court had
ruled against other professional
sports in that area,
Flood was represented by Ar-
thur J. Goldberg, former Su-
preme Court Justice and Ambassa-
dor to the United Nations, and

Jay H. Topkis of New York City.
His suit against baseball
came in 1970 when he refused to
report to the Philadelphia Phillie
after he was traded by the Car-
dinals.
Flood's suit against baseball
was dismissed by District Judge
Irving Ben Cooper. That deci-
sion was affirmed by a three-
judge U.S. Circuit Court of Ap-
peals.
He alleged in those courts, as
before the Supreme Court, that
nationwide baseball agreements
among clubs restricts players to
contract negotiations with the
first club that employs or "re-
serves" them or with assignee
clubs-in other words, clubs to
which they may be traded.
Flood told the Supreme Court
that baseball has changed since
its 1953 decision reaffirming the
game's exemption from the anti-
trust laws.

By BEN CRANE
and BILL DINNER
Two of the heat chess play-
ers in the worldtoday are Hub-
by Fisher of the United States
and Bert Larsen of Denmark.
They are currently engaged in
a 10 game qualifying match in
the world championship series.
The winner of the match will
have a chance to confront the
World Champion, Boris Spassky
of the USSR for the title in
1972.
Some chess experts, amazed
by Fisher's 6-0 slaughter of
Soviet Grandmaster Mark Tai-
manov in the quarter f i n a l s
have predicted that Larsen will
meet the same fate.
If Fisher's stunning vi c t o r y
over Larsen in the first game
of the match, held Tuesday in
Denver, Colorado, is any indi-
cation, a route could be in pro-
gress.
Fisher and Larsen have met
many times before in tourna-
ment play, with Fisher holding
a good advantage. Larsen, how-
ever, has several fine victories
to his credit.
Larsen's choice of F r e n c h
defense in the first game came
as a surprise, one of several he
said he had for Fisher. How-
ever, it backfired.
Larsen's 11. . . . p-B3 is pro-
bably a mistake. Usual is 11....
0-0. 17. . . . K-B2 is practically
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forced because of too many
weak spots. If 17. . . . 0-0-0
18. QxRp.
20. . . .KB3 was forced be-
cause 20. . . B-K3, 21 RxB!,
RxR. 22. Qxp ch., R-B3. Q-
Q5 ch. wins.
After 28, B-B Fisher had an
easy time.
FRENCH DEFENSE
Fisher Larsen
White Black
1. p-K4 p-K3
2. p-Q94 p-tOO
3. N-QB3 B-N5
4. p-K5 N-K2
5. p-QK3 B Nch.
6. pxB p-QB4
7. p-QR4 QN-B3
8. N-B3 B-Q2
9. B-Q3 Q-B2z
10. 0-0 p-B5
11. B-K2 p-B3
12. R-K1 N-N3
13. B-R3! pxp
14. pxp QNxp
15. NxN NxN
16. Q-Q4 N-N3
1. B-K5 K-B2
18. p-NO KR-K1'
19. p-B5 pap
20. QxQp ch. K-B3
21. B-B3! N-K4 5?)
22. Q-Q4! K-NI
23. RxN QxR
24. QxB QR-Q1
25. QxQNP Q-K6 ch.
26. K-B1 R-Q7
27. QB6 ch. R-K3
28. B-BS! R-B7 ch.
29. K-N1 Rxp dbl ch.
30. KxR Q-Q7 ch
31. K-R1 RxQ
31. BxR Qap t6)
3. R-N1 ch. K-N3
34. BxP p-N4
35. B-N6 Qxp
30. p-KR5 0Q-QN7
37. B-Q8 ch. K-KS
38. p-R6 Q-R6
39. B-N7 Q-B4
40. R-Ni p-B6
41. B-NO resign.

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