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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 21. 1970

PaeSxTH IHGA AL

Nagel
Iowa

blasts

APARTHEID PROTESTS:

British games perilted

IOWA CITY, Iowa IAi - Ray Nagel, the University of
Iowa's fired football coach, challenged his dismissal Wed-I
nesday and heaped criticism upon both the Board in Control'
of Athletics and athletic director Forest Evashevski.
He told a news conferehce he was "shocked and incensed"
by the action pfthe board, which Tuesday accepted Evas-
hevski's resignation and relieved Nagel of his duties, both ef-
fective June 30.
"I consider my relationship with my athletic director to
have been an ugly relationship, Nagel said. "I felt it was my!
obligation to get along with*
my athletic director, not the
athletic director with me, and B uniontfans
I tried my best to do so.
"I question the competence of for'
the athletic board. I think the or14-new
board ,made a grave mistakeI I
don't think the board operated in
the best interest of the Univer- GM record
aiyef Tia1ld

LONDON (P) - The Common-
wealth Games, the sporting fiesta
of countries associated with Brit-
ain, is being labelled The Ghost
Gaines in the face of a total boy-
cott by African, Asian and Carib-
bean nations.
Malaysia, Pakistan, India, Ja-
maica and 10 African countries
have already threatened to with-
draw if a tour by white South
African cricketers takes place.
Tuesday night the English Cricket
Council gave its final go-ahead on
the tour.
The threatened with d r awls
should become realities in light of
the International Olympic Com-
mittee's decision earlier this week
to expel South Africa from the
Olympics because of that nation's
policy of excluding blacks from'its
teams.

daily
sportsi1
NIGHT EDITOR:
LEE KIRK1
The Olympic expulsion leaves
South Africa with virtually no
contacts In international sports
outside of England.
Several other countries among
the 39 invited to the Games,1
scheduled to start in Edinburgh int
July, were expected to join thet
boycott-making the event an all-
white affair involving mainly'

Britain, Canada, Australia and
New Zealand.
Sir Herbert Brechin, chairman
of the Games organizing commit-
tee, said yesterday he is willing
to make reconciliation visits to the
countries threatening to with-
draw.
"I would welcome the oppor-
tunity to explain the value which
would accrue from the events,'' he
said.
"But the Games will go on, We
are determined to make them the
best ever," Brechin declared.
A Games spokesman in Edin-
burgh said that so far the only
countries that had officially told
the organizers they were with-
drawing were Uganda and Paki-
stan. However, Zambia later an-
nounced its withdrawal.

sLby o Iowa."
He said he was told by Prof.
Sam Fahr, board chairman "that
I was fired for disharmony with-
in the athletic department. But
I ask you people, hasn't t h e r e
been this sort of disharmony for
18 years (the length of time Eva-
shevski has been at Iowa) ?"
The board's action Tuesday
brought to a head a four-month
feud between Nagel and Evashev-
ski during which G a r y Groun-
winkel, a former Iowa player and
close friend of Evashevski, was
Assistant Athletic Director
Chalmers 'Bump' Elliott said
last night that he had not re-
tceived any contacts from the
University of Iowa. There had
been unconfirmed reports that
Elliott was a candidate to fill
the vacancy at Iowa left when
Forest Evashevski resigned.
Elliott said that he "was sor-
ry to see this kind of a situ-
ation," and added that he could
not begin to think about the
Iowa post unless it was offi-
cially offered to him.

Michigan's fire-balling 1 e f t- IWalt Willi
hander Jim Burton has set a new
Wolverine single-season strike-out
record. He fanned 14 Bowling
Green Falcons Monday, upping
his season total to 110, five more: T Ige rs
than the previous record held by
Burton's record total was ach-
ieved in only 72% innings, and he By The Associated Press
pitched well in spite of a bout DETROIT - Mickey Lolich hur-
withymono and a death in the led a three hitter snapping Detroit
family. out of a six game losing streak as
His teammates helped Burton the Tigers whipped the Baltimore
along by banging out 12 hits en Orioles 4-0 last night.
r o u t e to a 7-4 triumph. Tom Lolich, 5-4, and Torn Phoebus,
Lundstedt swatted a three-run 3-2, were locked in a scoreless
homer and Tom Kettinger added duel until the Tigers opened up in
a solo blast to pace the Wolverine the sixth,
attack. The Falcons proved to be Dick McAuliffe led off with a
generous hosts, committing six er- walk, Cesar Gutierrez sacrificed
rors in the field. him to second, and Al Kaline-
Michigan will be in action this singled him home.
weekend at Fisher Stadium with After a fielder's chaice Willie
twinbills against Illinois and Pur- Horton singled in Kaline. Jim
due. Saturday will be dedication Northrup clouted a two - run
day for the stadium. homer in the eighth.
Major League Standings

-Associated Press
ams scores White Sox winning run
LANK ORIOLES, 4-0
iicl fially win one

CHRISTMAS
IN

NATIONAL LEAGUE

fired as an assistant coach andI
two of Nagel's star players last
year, No. 1 quarterback Larry
Lawrence and No. 2 fullback Tom
Smith, transferred to the Univer-
sity of Miami in ]Florida.
A new dimension was added to
the dispute when it was disclosed
recently that alleged irregularities
in expense accounts of some
coaching staff members were un-
der investigation.
Nagel cited incidents in which
he said Evashevski had harassed
him in recent years.
Asked what his course of action
would be in fighting his dismis-
sal, Nagel replied, "I don't know.
But I think someone owes me a
better explanation than I've been
given. I think the burden is on the
board."

Chicago
St. Louis
New York
Pittsburgh
M~ontreal
Philadelphia
Cincinnati,
xLos Angeles
Atlanta
Houston
San Francisco
xSan Diego

East
W
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West
28
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
East
Baltimore ?5 11 .693
New York ?1 18 .479
Detroit. 16 17 .485
Boston I16 18 l.479
Washington Ifi20 .444
Cleveland 12 20 .375
West
Minnesota 25 10 .714
California 25 13 .658
xOakland 18 19 .486
Chicago 16 21 .432
xMilwaukee N2 23 .343
Kansas City- 13 24 .355
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 4, Baitimort 0
Cleveland 7, Restonr
Washington 2, New York 0
Chicago 3, California 2
Oakland at Milwaukee, inc.
Minnesota 10, Kansas City 5
Late Score
Mlihvaukee 8, Oakland ;
Today's Games

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Lolich, who struck out nine, had
a parfect game going until Boog
Powell and Dave Johnson sing-t
lied in the fifth.
Fallen Angelsj
CHICAGO Gail Hopkins',
sacrifice fly with the bases loaded
in the ninth inning drove in Walt
26 runs on
three hits?
BATII, Mich. (/-Fowlerville
alich., High School beat Bath'
26-1 Tuesday, although Fowler-
ville could muster only three
hits. Most of the runs came on
walks-30 in the game, 24 in
the last two innings.
In the fourth inning, Bath
pitchers walked in 12 tuns. The
game was mercifully called
after five innings.
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Bill Melton reached second on
Jim Fregosi's wild throw to start
the bottom of the ninth. After
Buddy Bradford grounded out
pinch-hitter Bill Christian hit his
first homer into the left field seats
to tie the score.
Tom McCraw was hit by a pitch
and Ken Tatum replaced Murphy,
but gave up a single to John Ma-
tias and walked O'Brien, loading
the bases. Hopkins' fly scored Wil-
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St. Louis 3, Houston 2
Atlanta 6, San Francisco 1, 11 inn,
Los Angeles at San Diego, inc.
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Montreal, night
St. Louis at Philadelphia, night
Cincinnati at Houston, night
Atlanta at Los Angeles, night
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