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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesdsav, June 2, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday. June 2 1970

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NAME JOHNSON:
Bruirn
BOSTON 11 - Tom Johnson. a
former o u t s t a n d i n g National
Hockey L e a g u e defensman and
executive with the Boston Bruins
for the last seven years, was named
coach yesterday of the Stanley
Cup champions.
Johnson, 42, was signed to a
one-year c o n t r a c t to succeed
Harry Sinden. who surprised the
hockey world by resigning after'
leading the Bruins to their first
Stanley Cup in 29 years.

pick

new

coach

"After giving consideration to
all candidates, we decided we had
;the man right here in our office
who was best suited for the job,"
general manager Milt Schmidt
said.
"After all, he's been closely as-
sociated with the club for the past
few years and he won't have to
start from scratch. Furthermore,
the players respect him."
Johnson played 13 seasons for
the Montreal Canadiens, helping

* South Africa reiterates view;
injuries sideline iant, others
y._By The Associated Press
4 JOHANNESBURG, South Africa-South Africa will not give
!> up apartheid racial segregation as the price for participating in world
Ssport,prime minister John Vorster said yesterday.
"If the choice is between taking part in international sport and
our way of life, which we have developed in this country over genera-
-AssociatedPreisstions, then naturally the ma'jority of our people will say that we
have no choice in the matter whatsoever," he said.
Roland Garros * *

them to eight Stanley Cup cham-
pionships.
Obtained by the Bruins in June,d
1963, he played one and one-half da l
years before his playing career
was ended by a left leg injury. He
moved into the front office and
has served as Schmidt's assistant
for the last year. NIGHT EDITOR:
Schmidt said that he and Wes- PAT ATKINS
ton Adams, board chairman, and
Weston Adams Jr., club president,
considered "close to 20" men for of the players both on and off the
the coaching job before deciding ice.''
on Johnson. "I didn't ask for the job-Milt
"We considered close to 20, but approached me," Johnson said. "I
we didn't interview anyone else," never thought about coaching and
Schmidt said. "Tom was our wasn't interested when Harry Sin-
unanimous choice. He is a good den quit. However, I think any ex-
sound hockey man who has been ;hockey player has the idea he
in the organization seven years would like the chance to coach in
and knows the likes and dislikes the back of his mind. The oppor-
tunity doesn't always come up."
Over the week-end, Michi- A total novice in coaching,
gan State dashed Ohio State's Johnson said he expects his lack
hopes of snatching the Big Ten of experience on the bench will
baseball crown from the pose "a considerable problem for a
Minnesota Gophers. The while."
Spartans took both ends of a Asked if he didn't consider tak-
doubleheader last Saturday, ing over the Stanley Cup cham-
games rescheduled from ear- pions a risk because there's little
lier in the season when Ohio room to improve, Johnson said:
State campus disorders forced "It's certainly better inheriting
postponement. The losses, 2-1 Stanley Cup champions than*a last
and 5-3, dropped theBuckeyes place club. I think the only way
oneame toffirtninwe can top the past season is to
fa n win the league championship."
We do nice things for students.
And their pocketbooks.

Ashe makes haste
On the outskirts of Gay Pareo yesterday, in staid I

to be exact, American Arthur Ashe (right) and his partner ! Injuries to the Minnesota Twins pitching ace, Luis Tiant, and
Charles Pasaroll (not pictured) won their fourth round doubles Baltimore outfielder Paul Blair have forced the two onto the 21-day
match in the French Open to advance into the quarterfinals. disabled list, while the Chicago Cubs' Ernie Banks has been side-
They defeated Ray Ruffels (left) and Ray Keldie (not pictured) lined for a week with a knee injury, it was announced yesterday.
of Australia, 6-1, 6-2, 6-2. Tiant, whose season record is 6-0, fractured his shoulder blade
while pitching against the Milwaukee Brewers last Thursday. Blair
FUNERAL SET: suffered a fractured nose and broken optical bone just below the left
eye when struck by a pitch in the Orioles game against the California
Probe into Sawchuk deathg

Feeney favors move
to free agent clause
NEW YORK (A)-The president by many that in order to protect
of the National League agreed yes- investments and the integrity of
terday it "would be fair" to relax the game, "these rules are neces-
some rules of baseball's strict re- sary.
serve clause. Feeney was the only witness
Chub Feeney, testifying in fed- called yesterday. He was to con-
eral court in the controversial tinue his testimony today along
Curt Flood suit against baseball, with American League President
said he would favor a change in Joe Cronin and Bing Devine, gen-
the reserve clause and let a player eral manager of the St. Louis Car-
become a free agent at the age dinals.
of 55. Feeney, describing his dealings
Major league owners have stead- with players as a general man-
fastly refused to budge in contract ager said, "Contract negotiations
negotiations with the players' as- are very real. The club needs the
sociation. players as much as the player
Under the present system, there needs the club."
is no age limit when a player He agreed with most of the
automatically becomes a f r e e testimony that Baseball Commis-
agent. sioner Bowie Kuhn had given last
Feeney, a former general man- week that most changes of the
ager of the Sah Francisco Giants, clause would be harmful to base-
also made points in favor of base- ball and that the present rules are
ball's owners. He reiterated claims necessary for the game.
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i NEW YORK-Pitcher Jim Bouton had his wrist slapped yes-
terday by Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn for writing the con-
troversial book, "Ball Four."
Kuhn met with the Houston Astros' right-hander for two hours

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - The district at-
torney in suburban Nassau Coun-
ty said yesterday he had opened
an investigation into the death of
Terry Sawchuk, one of the Na-
tional Hockey League's all-time
great goal tenders.
The 40 year old spare goalie of
the New York Rangers died Sun-
day of cardiac arrest following
extensive abdominal surgery at
New York Hospital.
District attorney William Cahn
said he and aides were studying a
report prepared at the hospital

following Sawchuk's death. An and afterwards told newsmen, "I advised Mr. Bouton of my dis-
autopsy, officials said, revealed pleasure with these writings and have warned him against future
the immediate cause of death to writings of this character."

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be a pulmonary embolism, a blood
clot in the lungs.
Sawchuk underwent surgery at
the New York Hospital Sundayj
morning. He was transferred there
earlier Saturday from a Long
Island hospital where he had un-
dergone two earlier operations
following his admission with ab-
dominal injury.
Sawchuk's body was flown to
Detroit yesterday. Funeral ser-
vices are planned there for to-
morrow.

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Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 5, Chicago 4, 7 inn.
Pittsburgh 5, San Diego 1
Other clubs not scheduled.
Today's Games
Los Angeles at Chicago
San Diego at Pittsburgh, night
San Francisco at St. Louis, night
New York at Atlanta, night
Philadelphia at Cincinnati, night
Montreal at Houston, night
Today's Games-AMERICAN LEAGUE
Baltimore at Oakland, night
Detroit at California, night
Cleveland at Milwaukee,"twi-night
Chicago at Washington, night
Kansas City at New York, night
Minnesota at Boston, night
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