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Fridoy, August 13, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven'

Friday, August 13, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Raiders to be homeless
if Athletics make series

PAN-AM GAMES:
U.S. captures first cycling gold

OAKLAND (MP - The Oak-
land Raiders, who thought their
stadium problems ended five
years ago, could be forced out
of their home park twice this
fall by baseball's World Series.
The National Football League
team is scheduled to play
games in the Oakland Coliseum
Oct. 10 and 17 - against Denver
and Philadelphia. But if the
Oakland Athletics make the
World Series, they'll get the
stadium on the 10th and on the

17th if the series goes seven
games.-
"We're studying several pos-
sibilities already," Raiders' of-
ficial Al LoCasale said yester-
day.
LoCasale joined the Raiders
two years ago as executive as-
sistant to managing owner Al-
Davis, with no idea that sta-
dium hunting would be one of his
duties.
The football team moved into
the 54,000-seat Coliseum in 1966.

CALI, Colombia (P) - A 23-
year-old U.S. Army GI, clutch-
ing a rosary in one fist, won the
gruelling 198-kilometer individ-
ual road race yesterday for the
United States' first cycling gold
medal in the history of the Pan-
American games.
John Howard, 23, of Spring-
field, Mo., fighting off weari-
ness and leg cramps, battled Bra-
zil's Luis Carlos Florez, ranked
the No. 2 amateur road cyclist in
the world, wheel to wheel over
most of the 122:7 mile route and
beat him out by a bare second.
"I still don't believe it - I just
can't believe it," Howard kept
saying over and over as train-
ers, teammates and friends mob-
bed him in the bull ring where
the race finished.
His father, Harry Howard, was
among the spectators.

It was gold medal No. 105 for
the United States in these clos-
ing games. The Yankees moved
within reach of another one
when the women's basketball
team defeated Ecuador 54-35 in
its final game.
With all competition except
grand prix jumping in eques-
trian ending yesterday and clos-
ing ceremonies scheduled today,
the United States has 104 gold
medals, 72 silver and 40 bronze
for 216. Cuba followed with 31
golds, 49 silver and 22 bronze
for 102, Canada following with
78 gold, 20 silver and 40 bronze
for 78.
The bicycle race was staged
through spectator - lined streets
in mid-Cali and winding thor-
oughfares of the suburbs, end-
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It was anybody's race until
about the halfway point when
Florez and Mexico's Austin Al-
cantara made their move. They
broke from the pack and How-
ard immediately went out with
them.
"I saw my chance," the
blond U.S. cyclist said. "I was
getting tired but I was deter-
mined to stay with them."
Through the latter stages of
the race, Howard and Florez
were so close that they ap-
peared to be riding tandem.
Then with 50meters to go, How-
ard shot ahead.
He was timed in four hours,
49 minutes, 55 seconds. Florez
was a second behind. Colombia's
Jaime Galeano was third.
Sn beating Ecuador, the U. S.
women basketballers, carrying
North American prestige after
elimination of the men's team,
finished with a 5-1 record. The
USA girls needed an assist from
Cuba, meeting Brazil in a later
engagement, to capture the gold.
Should Cuba win, the gold
would go to the USA, with Cuba
second and Brazil third. A
Brazilian triumph would make
the finish: Brazil, USA, Cuba.
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