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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 9, 1970

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT-Al Kaline's two-run homer and pinch hitter
y Ff . Gates Brown's two-run scratch single triggered a' four-run
Detroit seventh inning and the Tigers moved to a 7-5 victory
over the Milwaukee Brewers last night.
j The loss was the 16th straight on the road for Milwau-
kee. The Brewers tagged Tiger starter Earl Wilson for four
f runs in the second but Detroit whittled away at the lead,
getting solo homers from Dick McAuliffe in the third and
fifth innings and an unearned run in the fifth on a run-
scoring single by Willie Hor-
McAuliffe walked to open the V eec1
seventh for Detroit and after El-
liott Maddox bunted him to sec- 0
ond John Gelnar became the new
Brewers pitcher.
His first pitch was tagged by
Kaline for a. homer and Horton,
followed with a double on the t
next pitch. After a walk and hit t
batsman, Brown bounced a single!
off first baseman Mike Hegan's
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controversial former major league
club owner, brought laughter and
several alternatives to the reserve
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Associated Press

Brazil's fabulous Pele drives for his first goal
WORLD CUP SOCCER

MONTREAL - Jim McGloth-1as"" L 1Cw1tviiy~~ia
linpitheathree hitterand astestimony was concluded in the
Tony Perez clouted a three-runCurFloo asn
Unconventional as e v e r in a
homer last night as the sizzling wide - lapeled open - neck shirt,
Cincinnati Reds blanked Montreal Veeck took the stand as the last
7-0 for the Reds' fifth consecutive rebuttal witness for Flood a n d
victory, had viewers, opposing counsel and
The Reds, who have now won even Judge Irving Ben Cooper
10 of 11, erupted for three runs smiling as he parried questions
in the first inning when Angel i and offered opinions for 1%2
Bravo opened with a single, ad- hours.
vanced to third on Pete Rose's He suggested three alternative
double and scored when Perez un- contract provisions to the reserve
loaded a three-run shot over the clause - which binds a player to
left-field fence off loser Mike the club that signs him until 'he
Wegener, 0-1. The Cincinnati third is traded, sold or released - and
baseman leads the majors with 21 said no problems would result if
homers and 63 RBI. changes "were done in an orderly
.,fashion."
Orioles omnipOtent His alternatives:
0*A form of the contract used

MEXICO CITY )P-- Favored
Brazil continued their dominance
Group 3, advancing to the World
Cup soccer quarterfinals with a
3-2 victory over Romania.
Center forward Gerhard Muller
scored three goals for the second
time in the World Soccer Cup
championship and led his team to
a 3-1 victory over Peru yesterday,
a victory that assured the Ger-
mans of top place in Group 4.
Peru finished second in that
group and also goes into the last
eight.
Brazil, winners in 1958 and
1962, defeated Romania on two
goals from ace marksman Pele.
That victory gave the Brazilians
top place in Group 3 with six
points from three matches.
. . .*.*. .....*.....*. ...............
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Germany roll

Bait imore
Ne~w York
D)etroit
Boston
Washington
Cleveland
Minnesota
California
Oakland
Chicago
Kansas City
Milwaukee

East
W
37
26
26
25 f
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West
34
34
31
21
20
17

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24
26
26
29
31
17
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25
35
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.579
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.500
.462
.403
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.618
.554
.375
.370
.308

Yesterday's Results
Boston 7, Chicago 6
Washington 8, Kansas City 1
Baltimore 2, California 1
Oakland 6, Cleveland 4
New York 2, Minnesota 1
Detroit 7, Milwaukee 5
Today's Games
Milwaukee at Detroit
Washington at Kansas City
Oakland at Cleveland
California at Baltimore
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

GB
41/
9
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11
14
2
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15%
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4%
5
7
11
10
10%
16
17
17%

England, the defending cham-
pions, needs only a draw today
against Czechoslovakia in Group
3 to assure itself a place in the
quarterfinals.
Russia, following a 2-0 victory
over El Salvador, made certain of
a place in the quarterfinals in
Group 1.
Right winger Ove Grahn scored
in the last seconds to give Sweden
a 1-0 victory over the defensively-
inclined Uruguay in Group 2.
Despite that defeat the Urugua-
yans, with three points, are cer-
tain of advancing. Although Swe-
den also has three points the team
has been knocked out because the
South Americans have a better
goal difference.
Italy, in the same group, need
only draw against Israel today at
Toluca to head the Group 2'
standings.
Pele, back to his brilliant best,
scored for Brazil in the 9th and
Black. denies
Aliappeal
WASHINGTON (AP) - Supreme
Court Justice Hugo L. Black de-
clined yesterday to give former
heavyweight champion Muham-
med Ali permission to go to Can-
ada to fight Joe Frazier, his suc-
cessor.
Black said the plea, made Mon-
day by Ali's lawyers and publicly
disavowed by the former champ-
ion, had b e e n denied "without
prejudice."
This means that Ali's lawyers
may make the same appeal to any
of the other justices.
Earlier in the day, solicitor gen-
eral Erwin N. Griswold counseled
Black to rule as he did. Griswold
noted that Canada has no specific
provisions f o r extraditing draft
resisters.
Ali, a Bl a c k Muslem who is
known also as Cassius Clay, has
said on several occasions he has
no plans to fight again.
U-M Barber Shop
8:30-5:15 P.M.
Monday-Saturday
MICHIGAN
UNION

65th minutes, and right-winger
Jair got the other goal in the 65th
minute.
The Romanians never gave up
trying against the brilliant Bra-
zilian f o r w a r d s. They scored
through Dumitrache in the 34th
minute and Dembrowski in the
83rd.

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BALTIMORE - Don Buford's in the motion picture industry,
single and a triple by Merv Ret- enabling a studio to hold rights
tenmund, both two-out hits just to a performer f o r a specified
beyond the reach of California period, usually seven years, with
fielders, broke a seventh-inning the contract calling for scheduled
tie and gave Baltimore a 2-1 vic- raises at intervals during the con-
tory over the Angels last night. tract period.
* A form of pro football's op-
tion clause - in which a player
can become a free agent by play-
ing out the option year of his con-
tract - with the exception that
compensation be in the form of
cash rather t h a n in player of
equivalent quality.
* Some f o r m of combination
contract, covering first a specified
period during which management
could maintain its hold on a play-
er's services in the minors, and
another contracttforan undeter-
mined length of time to hold his
services after he reached the ma-
jor leagues level.

Billboard
There will be a family recre-
ation night Friday night at the
IM Building on Hoover from
7-10 p.m. All faculty, staff, and
married students and their
families are welcome to come.

By HESTER PULLING
- A joint letter by Gay Libera-
tion Front (GLF) and Student
Government Council yesterday
called on President Robben
Fleming to reverse his decision
of last April not to allow a
GLF-sponsored conference on
homosexuality to be held at the
University.
Along with the letter, SGC
unanimously approved a resolu-
tion condemning Fleming's re-
fusal of the conference. The
resolution was drafted by Jerry

-Associated Press
LUIS APARICIO, Chicago White Sox shortstop, flies far above the
maddening crowd to get a throw off to first base to complete
a double play in last night's game against Boston.

By CARLA R
A high official in the Off
yesterday that President. Robbe
is willing to appoint Carole Lel
office.
Will Smith, assistant to th
affairs, made the disclosure aft
Miss Leland will be on campus
aspects of the vice presidency
trators.
Mi┬žs Leland, 35, is an offi
Examination Board. She is onE
position presented to Fleming
committee last January.
In response to the announ
Student Government Coun-
cil President Marty Scott
said yesterday that "Coun-
cil is happy that Mr. Flem-
ing appears close to selec-
tion of a vice president -
somethiig he should have
gotten around to a long
time ago."
The University administra-
tion has unsuccessfully sought
a vice president for student af-
fairs for over two years. The
post is presently filled by an
acting vice president for stu-
dent affairs, Barbara Newell.
Last night, from her home in
Virginia, Miss Leland said, "I'm
coming to Ann Arbor to find
out what sort of position it
really is, and to see what the
students need in the way of a
vice president."
She demurred from discussing
University issues saying, "I would
candidate at this time. I'm main
situation at the University."
Last year, an ad hoc studentJ
the Regentsrecommended a numl
bylaws which would give students m
more say in University decision-mal
One of these changes called f(
Student Services (having the same
fice of Student Affairs). At the h
vice president of student services,
student dominated policy board wh
areas of direct concern to students.
Fleming has announced he '
which has such final decision-maki
students and Fleming arose, and Fl
the selection of a vice president unt
students, faculty members, and adm

MEMBERS OF THE Gay Liberation Front (GLF), joined by Womens' Liberation and SDS, practice
a guerrilla theatre demonstration last night. GLF plans to use guerrilla theatre during demon-
strations planned for next week to protest President Fleming's refusal to allow the use of Univer-
sity facilities for a Midwest conference on homosexuality.

GLF, SGC

hit

Hem ing,

-,

demand gay conference

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W L Pet.
xChicago 29 21 .580
Pittsburgh 28 29 .491
xSt. Louis 25 26 .490
New York 27 29 .482
Philadelphia 24 30 .444
Montreal 19 35 .349
West
Cincinnati 42 15 .737
Atlanta 30 23 .567
xLos Angeles 30 25 .545
San Francisco 26 31 .456
louston 26 33 .442
xSan Diego 25 34 .424
x-late game not included
Yesterday's Results
llouston 5, New York 3
San Francisco 4, Pittsburgh 2
Atlanta 5, Philadelphia L
St. Louis at Los Angeles, inc.
Chicago at San Diego, inc.
Cincinnati 7, Montreal 0
Today's Games
Cincinnati at Montreal
Atlanta at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Los Angeles
Chicago at San Diego

K1

YOU Can Be Fashionable I
"It has become fashionable for straight liberals to sup-
port Gay Liberation as a new civil liberties cause."
-Steve Schwartz
Support the O'LE Dance

De Grieck, executi-ve vice presi-
dent of.SGC.
The SGC resolution also en-
dorsed plans to sponsor peace-
ful demonstrations in an effort
to "call attention to the oppres-
sion of homosexuals by the Uni-"
versity and by society"
After receiving the letter and
resolution, Fleming told SGC
President Marty Scott that he
would issue a response at a later
date. President Fleming was out
of town last night and could
not be reached for comment.
GLF, in a statement last
night, reiterated their intention
to hold the conference-adding
"there are ways of circumvent-
ing President Fleming,
"It is necessary that the Uni-
versity recognize and admit
that gay people have the right
to assemble and define the real-
ity of their own existence, for
we reject society's definition of
the gay existence," the state-
ment continued.
Yesterday was the third time
GLF has approached Fleming in
an attempt to hold a confer-
ence. Last April Fleming t re-
sponded to the groups' first re-
quest in a letter to Barbara
Newell, acting vice president for
student affairs. In the letter
Fleming stated that because the
proposed conference was not
"clearly educational in nature
and directed primarily towards
those people who have a profes-
sional interest in the field," the
University could not provide
facilities.
In their letter _GLF and SGQ

claimed the proposed conference
"which would offer workshops
on homosexuality . . . public lec-
tures and panel discussions by
outside specialists," is educa-
tional in nature.
The two groups will hold a
strategy meeting next Monday
to organize demonstrations -
one being guerrilla theatre -
which will be held outside the
Administration Bldg.

The Jeweltones

The Leaves of Grass

UNION BALLROOM
Friday, June 12

8:30

$2

Anti-war protest ire, Sif,
A young Buddhist lies on a cot as part of a 48-hour hunger strike fi
Buddhist padoga. The sign says: "The American people must care
study the bravery of its people."

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Jerry De Grieck

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