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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, August 20, 1970

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. P)}--
The 1970 Syracuse Univer-
sity football team, expected
to be a rejuvenated power
this fall, might have suf-
fered drastically yesterday
when it was learned six
black varsity lettermen and
a sophomore were not invit-
ed to play this season.
Among the group is the Or-
angemen's leading ground gain-
er the past two seasons, senior
Al Newton. a six-foot, 231-
pound fullback. Newton carried
the ball 154 times during t h e
1969aseason, gaining 687 yards
for an average of 4.46 yards a
carry.
Also included were Ducky Mc-
Gill and Duane walker, two
of the tested defensive men who
Major League f
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

ot aske
helped make the Orange de-
fense the fifth best in the na-
tion last year. McGill held one
of the end posts and Walker
was a back.
James H. Decker, director of
athletics at the university, said
Head Football Coach Ben
Schwartzwalder "held inter-
views with all of them and told
them personally they would not
be invited back for this season."
Decker indicated the decision
was based on a long evolving
problem within the team.
During last spring's practice
a controversy, shrouded in se-
crecy by both players and the
coach, reached a head when
the six varsity lettermen and
Rich Bulls, moving up from the
freshman team, walked off the
practice field and refused to re-
turn.
Their action was taken dur-
ing a session in which Denver
Bronco star running back and
former Syracuse great, Floyd
Little, was taking part as a
temporary addition to the
coaching staff.
"Ben made the judgment per-

sonally as to which of the play-
ers would contribute to the
team this year and which ones
would not," Decker said.
He said he did not know what
problems might develop from
such a decision, but indicated
something had to be done.
,Rehearing for

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Clay

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NEW ORLEANS (-) - T h e
Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Ap-
peals refused yesterday to grant
former heavyweight boxing
champion Cassius Clay a re-
hearing on his conviction for
failing to submit to the military
draft.
The ruling also denies Clay's
request for a re-hearing before
the full court. Denial of the mo-
tions for re-hearing cleared the
way for an appeal to the U.S.
Supreme Court.
The Fifth Circuit Court of
Appeals upheld Clay's original
conviction in a Texas federal
court but the case was appealed
and the Supreme Court ordered
further hearings since new in-
formation was presented show-
ing that telephone wire taps
could have played a part in the
case.
However, the district court
concluded that the wiretaps did
not contribute to Clay's convic-
tion and the Fifth Circuit Court
upheld that decision earlier this
year.

Chao for now
The Daily Summer Sports
Staff wishes to thank its loyal
reader, wherever the poor devil
may be for his unflagging sup-
port. See you in the fall.

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Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 3, Milwaukee 2
Minnesota 3, New York 0
Chicago 13, Boston 5
Kansas City 2, Washington 1
Detroit at Oakland, inc.
Cleveland at California, ine,
Today's Games
New York at Minnesota
Only game scheduled
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East.
W L Pct.
Pittsburgh 68 56 .549
New York 64 57 .529
Chicago 64 60 .516
St. Louis 57 66 .463
Philadelphia 54 67 .446
Montreal 53 70 .431
West
Cincinnati 82 43 .656
Los Angeles 69 52 .563
Atlanta 61 61 .500
San Francisco 61 61 .500
Houston 55 67 .451
San Diego 48 76 .387
Yesterday's Results
Montreal 8, Cincinnati 5
Atlanta 3, Philadelphia 2
Houston 9, New York 4
Los Angeles 4, St. Louis 2
Chicago 12, San Diego 2
San Francisco 7, Pittsburgh 4
Today's Gamnes
Philadelphia at Atlanta
Only game scheduled

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Vol. LXXX, No. 71-S Ann Arbor; Michigan-Thursday, August 20, 1970 Ten Cents

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Clean Air
Race car
Technician Richard Vanderberg
makes a last minute check on a
Stanford University propane gas
powered entry in the cross-
country Clean Air Race spon-
sored by Cal Tech and MIT.
(See story Page 7.)
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Bonavena to
fight Clay??
BUENOS AIRES (P-Former
Argentine heavyweight cham-
pion Oscar "Ringo" Bonavena
said yesterday he has received
an offer to fight former world
champion Cassius Clay in Octo-
ber at Atlanta, Ga.
The 27 - year - old Bonavena,
ranked as No. 1 heavyweight
contender by the World Boxing
Association, said he planned to
fly to Miami this week, probably
today, to discuss the offer.
Bonavena's brother Jose al-
ready is in Miami and has begun
talks with an unidentified group
of U.S. businessmen who hope
to finance the bout, the boxer
said.
Bonavena said he would ask a
minimum purse of $100,000 to
meet All.

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ABM
WASHINGTON (P) - Defenders of
President Nixon's Safeguard antimissile
system repulsed a final Senate attack
yesterday 53 to 45.
The vote climaxed a three-week debate
marked chiefly with contention over
Safeguard's usefulness as a bargaining
chip in arms talks with the Soviet Union.
The Nixon administration holds that
now that attempts to limit Safeguard's
Collins
By The Associated Press
John Norman Collins was convicted
yesterday.-of first-degree murder in the
slaying of Karen Sue Beirieman, an 18-
year-old freshman at Eastern Michigan
University.
The dark-haired, 23-year-old defend-
antdisplayed no emotion as he heard
the verdict. Collins' mother and sister
were led from the courthouse in tears.
The verdict came 1171/2 hours after
the case went to the Circuit Court jury at
11:35 a.m. Friday. During that time, the
six men and six women jurors spent 27 /2
hours locked in a guarded room. Another
5Y2 hours were spent rehearing testi-
mony and judicial instructions.,
Defense attorney Neil Fink said he will
appeal. He declared, "There was unspok-
en evidence in this case that couldn't
be combatted ... He was being tried for
seven murders. We all know that." Miss
Beineman was the seventh young woman
killed in Washtenaw County in a period
of just over two years.

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expansion have been defeated, the entire
system can be bargained out of existence
-if necessary to win concessions on mu-
tual arms limitations.
The final round of this year's Safe-
guard battle came over an amendment
by Sen. Edward Brooke (R-Mass.) to
stop geographic expansion of the system
to two new sites and use all of the re-
quested $1.35 billion on the two sites
approved last year.
That vote out of the way, and with
two other anti-expansion plans already
rejected, the Senate turned to the fir'st
of dozens of other amendments to the
$19.2-billion military procurement bill.
This is a bid by Sen. Eugene McCarthy
(D-Minn.) to require a state governor to
obtain presidential a p p r o v a l before
authorizing use of arms and live am-
munition by National Guard troops called
to quell disorders.
Other issues still to be decided include
the so-called end-the-war amendment to
set a Dec. 31, 1971 cutoff for U.S. military
involvement in Indochina, and an amend-
ment to end the draft and create an
all-volunteer army.
The vote on the Brooke amendment
involved several switches on both sides
of the issues.
Bulletin
Amid torn paper, broken pencils
and overturned glue bottles, The
Michigan Daily last night suspend-
ed publication for the duration of
the summer half-term.-
Informed sources say the alleged
newspaper will start up again on
Sept. 2.

Egypt -and
TEL AVIV (11) - The Israeli military ance of pom
command displayed yesterday what it definitely a
termed "conclusive proof" of Egyptian said.
missile deployment within the standstill He said
zone along the Suez Canal in violation the Soviet-
of the Middle East cease-fire. hours befo

Sen. Margaret Chase Smith (R-Maine).,
who refused to vote for any Safeguard
funds last year because of her lack of
faith in the reliability of the system,
voted to limit it last week but refused
yesterday to vote for the Brooke amend-
ment.
Brooke had defended this amendment
as a logical and reasonable compromise
which he believed the Senate could sup-
port and the administration could live
with.
Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird
joined Nixon supporters in the Senate in
saying Brooke was wrong.

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A senior Israeli staff officer showed
newsmen aerial photographs which he
said were of four SAM2 missile batteries
all within 18.6 miles of the canal.
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all we can show at this time," the officer
said. He asked not to be identified.
The photographs were displayed several
hourstafter State Department spokesman
Robert McCloskey in Washington said
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