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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, July 13, 1971

ALL-STAR STARTERS
Ellis, Blue square off in mound duel

SPORT SHORTS:
Lakers .ink
Sharman
By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - Bill Shar-
man accepted the challenge yes-
terday of building the Los An-
geles Lakers and their controver-
sial star Wilt Chamberlain into
a championship basketball team.
Owner Jack Kent Cookie an-
nounced the hiring of the former
University of Southern California
and Boston Celtics star to a five-
year contract at an undisclosed
salary.
Sharman quit the Utah Stars,
whom he had guided to an Amer-
ican Basketball Association title,
to take the Lake job and retunr
to his geographic love-Southern
California.
Bis first move was to name
his former Boston teammate,
K. C. Jones, a star with the Uni-
versity of San Francisco's col-
legiate lachampionship teams, as
a full-time assistant.
Still pending in Salt Lake
City is a 5 million suit against
Sherman charging breach of con-
tract with the Utah Stars, a team
with which he originally signed
when the ABA franchise was in
Los Angeles.
Au past his prime
HOUSTON - Muhammad Ali
opened training here yesterday
for his July 26 fight against Jim-
my Ellis with a subdued drill in
the Astrahall- and then said he
was past his prime.
"The whole game is hard now,"
Ali said as he reclined on a train-
ing table after his workout. "Yes,
Im past my prime. I've got more
strength now and I'm more ex-
perienced but my speed is not
like I want it.
"I know I'm in my last days,"
the sweating Ali continued, "btt
I'm still on top right now. I
could work on down to where I
was fighting for $3,500. But I can
get that much for lectuing.
(CA blasts pros
WILLIAMSBURG. Va. - The
Collegiate Commissioners Asso-
ciation leveled a blast yesterday
at the signing of undergraduates
by professional teams.
In a strongly worded state-
ment, the heads of the nation's
11 major conferences said they
"deplore the recent practices
and policies of professional bas-
ketball organizations.
The commissioners added:
"These practices, policies and
irresponsible conduct illustrate
a callous disregard for properly
constituted collegiate rules of
amateurism and eligibility and
raise grave concerns that their
continuance will greviously weak-
en the traditional strength and
value of interscholastic and
collegiate athletic programs."
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DETROIT (R) - Sparky An-
derson of the National League
All-Stars will open tonight's 42nd
annual game with Pittsburgh ace
Dock Ellis, less than one week
after Ellis popped off at the Cin-
cinnati manager and said he had
no chance to be named the NL's
starting pitcher,
Ellis had said that Andersor
didn't like him and that with
Oakland's Vida Blue starting for
the American League "they
wouldn't pitch two brothers
against each other"
Both Ellis and Blue are Ne-
groes.
Anderson shrugged off the
Pittsburgh hurler's remarks. ,
"I'd never stop a guy from
pitching because he said some-
thing about me," the Cincinnati
skipper said. "I think I'm bir-
ger than that,"
Anderson also denied that El-
lis' blast had forced the rianag-
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er.
"His 14-3 record and the fact
that he hasn't pitched siae last
Tuesday is what forced me to
choose him," said Anderson. "I
think everybody has a right to
say what he wants. Ellis is Duct
a young boy, having some fim."
Opposing Ellis at the start
will be Blue, baseball's mot ex-
citing new face. Oakland' ire-
balling left-hander already lass
won 17 games this season.
"That Blue has been pretty
hot," said Anderson. "I think
I'll put Willie Mays up first to
to test him."
Mays, appearing in his 22nd
All-Start game, will lead of for
the seventh time. San Francis-
co's great centerfielder holds

All-Star Game .eorJs asith, 23
hits, 20 runs, six stolen basEs
and 52 putouts and has con-
piled a .329 batting average in
these mid-season showdowns.
Behind ' Mays, Anderson will
bat Atlanta's Hank Aaron, Joe
Torre of St. Louis, Pittsburgh's
Willie Stargell, Willie McCovey
of San Francisco, Cincinnati's
Johnny Bench, Glenn Beckert of
Chicago, New York's Bud Ilat-
relson and Ellis.
The injury jinx that knocked
three starters out of the Ameri-
can League starting 1 i n e u p
caught up with manager Earl
Weaver of the Baltimore Or-
ioles, who will handle the AL
team.
Weaver missed the traditional
press conference to announce the

starting lineups when he cracked
a tooth and had to make a hurry-
unp visit to a local dentist.
The AL will lead off with
Minnesota's Rod Carew, fol-
lowed by New York's Bobby
Murcer, Carl Yastrzemski of
Boston, Baltimore's Frank Rob-
inson, Norm Cash of Detroit,
Brooks Robinson of Baltimore.
Detroit's Bill Freehan, Boston's
Luis Aparicio and Blue.
Anderson announced that St.
Louis' Steve Carlton wiuld fol-
low Ellis on the mound for the
National League, but said he
was unsure who would go after
that.
Weaver sent word that follow-
ing Blue he'd use Jim Palmer
and Mike Cuellar of Baltimore
and Detroit's Mickey Lolich,

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