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Friday, June 5, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Friday, June 5, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BY STEWAART'S GIRLFRIEND
Sawchuk reported ill before fracas

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NEW YORK (A) - New York cident between him and Stewart.
Ranger goalie Terry Sawchuk had Witnesses have reportedly told
been ailing for two weeks before Nassau County authorities t h a t
the time of his reported fight Stewart and Sawchuck got into
with teammate R o n Stewart, a fight on April 29 in a Long
Stewart's girl friend was quoted Beach tavern and continued the
as saying in the New York Post battle at the house they rented
yesterday. and shared in East Atlantic'
The paper said Rosemary Sas- Beach.r
so, 24,pdescribed Sawcuck as BAccording to another version,
"spitting up blood and I had t h e pair merely engaged in1
pleaded with him to see a doctor. "horseplay."
But he just refused." Nicholas Castellano, lawyer for
Sawchuck, 40, one of hockey's the 37-year-old Stewart, said;
greatest goalies, died Sunday af- "There were absolutely no punch-
ter undergoing a series of opera- es thrown. Just a little shoving."
tions dating from the April 29 in- He said the two players had ar-
gued over "housecleaning.";
A Nassau County grand Jury;
was scheduled to hear testimony
in the case Monday. Stewart ha
signed a waiver of immunity, ac-1
cording to the county district at-'
I torney, William Cahn.
1 There was no immediate word
from the Rangers about the pos-
NIGHT EDITOR: sibility that Sawchuk might have'
PAT ATKINS been hurt before the April 29 in-!
cidents.
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Kauffman words aid Flood;
ex-coach McCracken dies
By The Associated Press
" NEW YORK - Ewing Kauffman, owner of the Kansas City
Royals, testified yesterday in the Curt Flood case that he would pay
the former St. Louis Cardinal outfielder $100,000 to $125,000 a year
and possibly more on a long-term contract to play with his team.
Despite the fact that Kauffman was called as a defense witness
for baseball, the statement, drawn out under cross examination, was
considered significant to Flood's contention that the sport operates
in restraint of trade within the framework of the controversial re-
serve system.
f-BLOOMINGTON - Branch "Big Bear" McCracken, who twice
coached Indiana University to the national collegiate basketball
championship, died yesterday of a heart ailment. He was 62.
McCracken coached basketball 32 years, 24 at Indiana and eight
at Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.
McCracken's teams won the NCAA national tournament in 1940
and 1953. His teams were Big Ten champions in 1953, 1954 and 1958
and co-champions in 1957.
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* CHICAGO - A 54-player collegiate squad, including 25 of the
26 first-round pri draft choices, was named yesterday to face the
Kansas City Chiefs in the 37th All-Star football game at Soldier
Field July 31.
The array of college grid stars, selected by All-Star Coach Otto:
Graham and his staff, includes Heisman Trophy winner Steve Owens,
running back from Oklahoma, and Penn State's Mike Reid, defensive'
tackle and winner of the Football Writers Association's Outland
award.
* ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS - Charlie Burns will not be rehired
as the Minnesota North Stars' coach for the 1970-71 National Hockey3
League season, general manager Wren Blair announced yesterday.
Burns, 34, who took over the coaching job from Blair early last
season, has been signed to a two-year playing contract, Blair said.
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Yesterday's Results
Houston 8, Montreal 0
Atlantan3, New York 1
Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 0
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
San Francisco at Chicago
New York at Cincinnati, night
Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, night
San Diego at St. Louis, night
Montreal at Atlanta, night
Philadelphia at 'Houston, night
Eves.
6:25, 9:05

Minnesota 31 15 .674 --
California 31 18 .633 V
Oakland 26 24 .520 7
Kansas City 19 30 .391 1
Chicago 19 31 .380 14
Milwaukee 15 34 .306 17
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland 8, Milwaukee 4
Chicago 7, Washington 3
New York 2, Kansas City 1, 12 inn.
Boston 5, Minnesota 1
Baltimore at Oakland, inc. -
Detroit at California, Inc.
Today's Games
Chicago at New York, night
Baltimore at Milwaukee, night
Detroit at Oakland, night
Cleveland at California, night
Minnesota at Washington, night
Kansas City at Boston, night

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