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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, July 30, 197 1

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Tiger rally routs Royals, 0-9
- .---- - -.--- By The Associated Press Normally a light hitter, Ver- Tiant, who went down to him
DETROIT - Jim Northrup's salles smacked his second homer fifth defeat without a victory
i g ,g .t two-run single tied the score as of the game and third of the and contributed to his own
VPex J11 tif n the Detroit Tigers rallied for season to cap the Braves' scor- downfall by throwing the bal
four runs in the last of the ing in the eighth. wildly twice during the Brewers
ninth inning to defeat Kansas s two-run uprising in the seventh
City 10-9 last night. inning.
Singles by Gates Brown and Boston blanked innng
Al Kaline with one out, got the MILWAUKEE - Marty Pattin
Tigers started. After Willie Hor- pitched ®a four-hitter and Bill Anrgels eradicate
WASHINGTON (IP)-Congress that his bill "might start to ton walked, loading the bases, Voss supplied the only run he CLEVELAND-The California
was asked yesterday to probe the bring some semblance of order Bill Freehan struck out. needed with a leadoff homer in Angels bunched five straigh
controversial option and reserve and stability to the entire area Then Tom Burgmeier relieved the fourth inning as Milwaukee hits for three runs in the third
clauses of pro sports when it of professional sports. for Kansas City and hit Norm defeated Boston 3-0 yesterday. inning and Billy Cowan an
takes up a measure to exempt "The two professional basket- Cash. That scored Brown and Pattin, striking out six. and Ken McMullen later added hom
the National and American Bas- ball leagues say that they are the bases remained loaded, walking only one, got his ninth runs en route to a 7-2 victor
ketball Associations from anti- ee a a y, Northrup followed with hs victory against 11 losses.
trust laws and paves the way in severe financial difficulty, two run single, tying the score. Boss's homer, giving Milwau- over the Cleveland Indians las
for a merger of the two leaguesaid nney, a member of the After Dick McAuliffe walked. kee a 1-0 lead, came off Luis night.

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Sens. John V. Tunney (D-
Calif.) and Roman Hruska (R-
Neb.), and Rep. Andy Jacobs
D-Ind.) introduced legislation
yesterday to give pro basketball
the same degree of immunity
from the antitrust laws that pro
football has enjoyed for the last
five years.
In a statement, Tunney sug-
gested the Senate Judiciary
Committee hear testimony from
both owners and players on the
reserve and option clauses,
those groups of rules that bind
a player to one team for life or
give a club a player's services
one year following expiration of
his contract.
Tunney said it is his hope
Cards trade
Cardenal to
Milwaukee
ST. LOUIS ()--The St. Louis
Cardinals say they're sending
outfielder Jose Cardenal, pitch-
er Bob Reynolds and infielder
Dick Schofield to the Milwaukee
Brewers of the American League
yesterday.
The Red Birds are getting
Brewers' shortstop Ted Kubiak
and pitcher Charles Loseth in
return.
The 27-year-old Cardenal, a
seven-year major league veteran,
was the Cardinals regular right
fielder last year and at the start
of this season. He played 148
games last year, batting .293
with 10 home runs and 7 RBI.
Reynolds is a fireballing 24-
year-old righthander. called up
by the Cardinals in June after
posting a 4-2 and a 2.07 ERA
with Winnipeg of the Interna-
tional League.
At St. Louis, he appeared in
four games, all in relief, allow-
ing 15 hits and eight earned
runs in seven innings.
The 29-year-old Kubiak start-
edsthe present season in second
base but was switched to short-
stop in June. This season, he
played 89 games, batting .228.
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"I feel that it is in the best
interests of both the owners
and the players that legislation
be introduced which will result
in such hearings so that both
parties might have the oppor-
tunity to testify on such con-
troversial aspects of professional
sports as the reserve and option
clause."
The California senator said he
hopes the legislation and the
hearings will result in improved
owner-player relationships.
"The ultimate beneficiary of
such harmony can only be the
man who pays the players' sal-
aries and keeps the sports fran-
chise going -"- the fans of the
country, of which I happen to be
one," said Tunney, the son of
f o r m e r heavyweight boxing
champion Gene Tunney.

For a word from the cham-
pion of amateurism, Avery
Brundage, on the American
competitors at the Pan Am
Games, see Page 11.
Burgmeier hit Fred Scherman
with a pitched ball, forcing in
the winning run.
Braves rally
SAN FRANCISCO-Zoilo Ver-
salles' two solo home runs and
H a n k Aaron's run - producing
single p o w e r e d the Atlanta
Braves to a 4-2 triumph yester-
day over the San Francisco
Giants.
Versalles' first homer and
Aaron's scoring hit highlighted
a two-run seventh-inning burst
that carried the Braves from a
2-1 deficit.

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Major League Standings
AMERICANsLEAGUE NATIONALsLEAGUE
East East
W L Pet. GB W L Pet.
Baltimore 63 38 .624 - Pittsburgh 66 37 .641
Baston 58 44 .569 5y, Chlago 55 47 .539
Detrit 54 41 .529 9% St5. Louis at 41 .538
New York 51 54 .486 14 New York 52 48 .520
washington 41 59 .410 21' Philadelphia 45 40 .429
Cleveland 42 61 .408 22 Montreal 41 63 .394
West West
Oakland 03s38 .624 - San Francisco 63 43 .594
Kansas City 52 48 .520 10 Los Angeles 54 50 .519
California 51 55 .481 141/ Atlanta 55 53 .509
Chicago 48 54 .471 151/ Houston a2 51 .505
Minnesota 46 55 .455 17 Cincinnati 49 57 .426
Milwaukee 43 58 .426 20 San Diego 37 68 .352
Yesteeday's Results TsedysEost
Milwaukee 3, Boston 0 Yesterday's Results
Chicago 4, New York 0 Atlanta 4, San Francisco 2
Washington at Minnesota, ppd. Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, Inc.
California 7, Cleveland 2 St. Louis at New York, i c.
Detroit 10, Kansas City 9 Cincinnati at San Diego, inc.
Oakland at Baltimore, ppd. Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games Today's Games)
New York at Minnesota Houston at Montreal
Washington at Milwaukee Chicago at New York
Boston at Chicago St. Louis at Philadelphia
California at Detroit Cincinnati at Los Angeles
Oakland at Cleveland Atlanta at San Diego
Kansas City at Baltimore Pittsburgh at San Francisco

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ALLAN GALLAGHER of the San Francisco Giants was safe at
third after a tumbling slide in the third inning of the game.
Braves' shortstop Marty Perez threw to Zoilo Versalles covering
at third for the tag, but Gallagher got the safe call. Braves
won, 4-2.
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