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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, Moy 14, 1970

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, May 14, 1970

Mets'

Gentry

one-hits Cubs

C H I C A G O- Speedballer'
Gary Gentry held the Chicago
Cubs hitless until Ernie Banks'
two-out single in the eighth
inning yesterday as the New
York Mets recorded a 4-0 vic-
tory on the one-hitter.
Gentry, 23-year-old righthand-
er, retired the first 12 batters
until Ron Santo walked in the
fifth. Santo was rubbed out on a
double play and G ntry kept re-
tiring the side in order until
Banks connected on a 2-2 fast ball
in the eighth. It was lined into
left field and Dave Marshall, slip-
ping slightly in making a start
for it, nearly caught the drive at
his shoestrings. The ball went
through him..
Art Shamsky got the Mets in
front with his fourth homer in his
last five games, a solo shot in the
fourth inning.
Tribe crowned
CLEVELAND - Pinch hitter
Hiawk Taylor 'stwo-out double in r
the 12th inning last night earned
; Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct. GB
xBaltimore 22 8 .733 -
Detroit 15 14 .517 6
New York 17 16 .515 61/
xBoston 14 15 .483 4
Washington 13 17 .433 9
Cleveland 10 13 .370 10
West Division
xCalifornia 20 10 .667 -
xMinnesota 18 10 .643 1
xOakand 15 M6 .484 5/
Chicago 13 17 .433 7
Kansas City 11 .18 .30 1/
aMilwaukee 11 21 .344 10
x-late game not included
Yesterday's Results
Baltimore at Minnesota, inc.
:-Boston at California, inc.
Milwaukee 3, New York 1
Washington at Oakland, inc.
Chicago at Detroit, ppd.
Kansas City 1, Cleveland 0
Today's Games
Kansas City at Minnesota, night
Only game scheduled
NATIONAL LEAGUE
East Division
W L Pct. GB
Chicago 16 13 .552 -
New York 16 16 .500 1%
St. Louis 13. 15 .465 2
Pittsburgh 15 17 .469 2%
Phladelphia 13 19 .406 4
Montreal 10 20 .333 6
West Division
Cincinnati 24 9 .727 -
Atlanta 18 13 .581 5
xLos Angeles 17 13 .567 5,4
xSan Francisco 16 17 .485 8
xafouston 15 17 .469 8/
xSan Diego 15 19 .441 914
z-late game not included
Yesterday's Results
Montreal 7, Philadelphia 6
Now ork 4 Chicago 0
Pittsburgh 5, St. Louis 1
Houston at Los Angeles, inc.
San Francisco at San Diego, inc.
other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
Montreal at Philadelphia, night
New York at Chicago
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
San Francisco at Los Angeles, night
Houston at San Diego, night
Only games scheduled
Join The Daily
Sports Staff

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
LEE KIRK
the Kansas City Royals a 1-0 tri-
umph over the Cleveland Indians.
Taylor's hit to the lft field
corner off reliever Phil Hennigan
scored Joe Keough who had sing-
led and moved to .second on a
sacrifice. With two out, Ed Kirk-
patrick was intentionally walked
to get at Taylor.
Taylor batted for Al Fitzmorris,
who had taken over for starter
Bill Butler in the 11th. In 10 in-
nings, Butler limited the Indians
to three hits and struck out six.
* - *
Cards defrocked
ST. LOUIS - Al Oliver crashed
a grand slam home run off Bob
Gibson in the sixth inning last:
night, snapping a tie and power-
ing the Pittsburgh Pirates to a
5-1 victory ovr the St. Louis Car-
dinals.
Matty Alou began the uprising
with a single and stole second.
Roberto Clemente bounced an in-
field hit to third and was trapped
rounding first, but reached sec-
ond safely when Joe Hague drop-
pad the ball.
Willie Stareell was purposely
passed but Oliver ruined that
strategy with a sock over the right
field fence. the second grand slam
of his career.
S. * * ~ *
Brewers hop
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee's
John Morris checked New York
on three hits and rode Ted Sav-
age's three-run, two-out homer in
the sixth to a 3-1 victory over the
Yankees last night.
M o r r i s. a fast-balling left-
hander. gave up singles in the
first to Horace Clarke. the leadoff
batter. and to Gene Michael, lead-
ing off the eihth. He lost his
shutout when Roy White homered
with two out in the ninth.
IPhils flipped
PHILADELPHIA - Rusty Staub
slammed a home run, a double
and a single and drove in four
runs as the Montreal Expos de-
feated Philadelphia 7-6 last night.
r was the seventh straight loss
Itr the Phillies.
Staub doubled home the tie-
breaking run in.the eighth inning
and Ron Fairly followed with a
two-run double which proved de-
cisive when Don Money hit a
two-run homer for the Phils in
their half. Money hit a three-run
homer earlier.
Staub ripped a home run in the
third to give the Expos a 1-0 lead
and socked a long two-run single
in a three-run sixth that made
it 4-0.

AT LEAST UNTIL 1972:
Hockey to remain in Olympcs
AMSTERDAM (A) - Alpine specific charges were made against, ineligibility, would lose its 1 a s t
skiing and ice hockey apparently South Africa - charges that contact with the Olympic move-
won a reprieve yesterday night South African delegates could an- ment.
from the International Olympic swer. The Supreme Council for Afri-
committee after governing fed- The whole business will be dis- can Sports listed various inter-
erations for the two sports, taint- cussed tomorrow. If t h e South national federations who had tak-
ed by commercialism, pledged African National Olympic Com- en sanctions against South Afri-
that rules would be rigidly ad- mittee is thrown out, then South ca because of apartheid-table ten-
hered to for the 1976 Games. Africa, which missed b o t h the I nis, weightlifting, lawn tennis and
Lord Michael Killanin, an IOC 1964 and 1968 games because of boxing.
vice president, told newsmen af-
ter an emergency meeting with
the International Ski Federation
that the program for the 1972 Ballplayers reject contraet;
Winter Games at Sappora, Japan,
would remain as it was previously
set up. Kenya b0 oycott games
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-Associated Press
WAYNE GARRETT of the New York Mets slides safely into third
as Chicago Cub third-baseman Ron Santo turns to find the ball.
Garett took third after Jerry Grote's fly out and scored on a
single by pitcher Gary Gentry, who twirled a masterful one-hitter.
PADDED ACCOUNTS?
orts budget investigated
at the University of Iowa
IOWA CITY, Iowa (kP) - Sam Forest Evashevski, Iowa athletic
Fahr, chairman of the Board in director, who was preparing to
Control of Athletics at the Uni- leave Wednesday for Big Ten
versity of Iowa confirmed yester-' meetings at Bloomington, Ind.,
day that an investigatios is under- said he had no comment to make
way in regard to athletic depart-; on the matter and that any state-
ment spending. ment would have to come from
"There is an investigation of Fahr.
alleged procedural irregularities in The State Auditor's Office re-
athletic department spending that portedly has been investigating
is not completed and I may have the authenticity of some expense
a statement at a later time," said acounts within the athletic de-
Fahr. partment, according to a story in
He refused to give any addition- yesterday's editions of the Iowa
al details on what the "irregular- City Press Citizen.
ities' might be or what members The story said a source outside
the athletic department said the
questioned. investigation has been underway
for several weeks and has zo do
G 7i ,E hwith the fact that the state au-

"The big issue is whether they'
will continue to be recognized for
t h e games in Denver in 1976,"
said Killaniri.
But he said the assurances giv-
enby the two governing bodies, if
complied with, should result in
the continuance of Alpine skiing
and ice hockey as Olympic sports.
The IOC sessions last until Fri-
day. The question of Alpine skiing
may come up again, however,
since IOCePresident Avery Brun.-
dage has called for its elimination
from the Olympics.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Coun-
cil for African Sports Wednesday
called on the IOC to expel South
Africa because "of racial discrim-
ination in sports."
The IOC refused to discuss the
issuep at, Warsaw last. year until

By The Associated Press
* NEW YORK - By an overwhelming vote of 505-89, major
league baseball players have rejected a proposed three-year contract
and asked for a new meeting with the big league clubowners.
All of the 24 major league teams, except the Philadelphia Phil-
lies, voted against the offer.
1 NAIROBI - The Kenya Olympic and Commonwealth Games
Association voted yesterday to boycott the British Commonwealth
Games in Edinburgh if the proposed South African cricket tour to
Britain takes place.
The decision was unanimous.
0 NEW YORK - Tomorrow will be "New York Knicks Day" in
New York City.
Mayor John? Lindsay announced Wednesday that members of
the new champions of the National Basketball Association, their
families and former team members will be special guests at a lawn
party at Gracie Mansion.

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club shades
Toledo, 2-1
T h e Michigan AFC (soccer
club) kept their Toledo League
record unblemished with a hard-
fought 2-1 victory over the Uni-
versity of Toledo club in a game
played in Toledo yesterday after-
noon.
Michigan drew first blood in the
contest as Mario Winter drilled in
a goal, but Toledo tied it up in
the second period with a g o a 1
scored on an indirect penalty kick.
Carlos Masias provided the
margin of victory for Michigan as
he booted home the winning goal
late in the game.
The win upped the Michigan!
club's record to 5-0 in the Toledo.
League. So far, they have scored
13 goals while giving up but three. ;'

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