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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, May 26, 1970

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BIG TEN BASEB
FINAL STANDIN
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Ohio State 13 1
Minnesota 15 3
Wisconsin 8 7
MICHIGAN 7 7
Michigan State 7 7
Purdue 8 10
Illinois 8 10
Iowa 6 9
Indiana 7 11
Northwestern 2 14
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NIGHT EDITO
LEE KIRK

ALL The regular baseball seasonI
qGS ended to soon for Michigan's'
Pet. GB young diamondmen, but they may
.929 - return to the battles one nore7
.833 1 time before they can finally hang
.533 51, up their spikes.
.500 6 The Wolverines capped a late-'
.500 6 season spurt by sweeping two1
.444 7 games Saturday afternoon from
.444 7 Purdue. 14-1 and 6-5, giving them'
.400 71 2 six straight triumphs at the finish.
.389 8 The victories were doubly sweet,]
.125 12 as Saturday was dedication day!
for Ray Fisher Stadium. renamed5
and refurbished in honor of the:
former great Wolverine baseball'
coach.
Ohio State, which finished atop'
the standings with a 13-1 record,,
had to cancel doubleheaders with
the Wolverines and Michigan
IR: State due to the unrest earlier this
month on the Columbus campus.
They are trying to arrange to have

Lloyd Graff, ex-Daily Sports Editor, and the former Risa Levine
were wed in Charlotte, N.C. this past Sunday. Since his graduation,
Mr. Graff has copped out on the wonderful world of sports and is
currently in business with his father.

the games made up before NCAA
district play begins.
If the games are not resched-
uled, the Big Ten could rule that
Ohio State must forfeit all four
games, and the championship
would then go to Minnesota. If
the games are replayed, Buckeyes
would need two wins to clinch a
tie for the title.
Third-sacker Mark Carrow hit'
a two-run homer and catcher Tom
Lundstedt added a three-run shot1
and four RBI's to pace the Wol-1
verine hitting barrage in the
opener.
Rozelle
testifies in
Flood case
NEW YORK (AP1)-Curt Flood's
lawyers are expected to complete
presentation of his $3 million an-
titrust suit against baseball in Fed-
eral Court today.
Pete Rozelle, commissioner of
professional football, was the only
witness in Monday's abbreviated
session. He was under subpoena
from Flood's lawyer, Arthur Gold-
berg, former United States Su-
preme Court Justice.
Rozelle told the court about
football's player-option contract,
which operates quite differently
than baseball's reserve clause.
Flood, former St. Louis Cardinal.
center fielder who refused to ac-
cept his trade to the Philadelphia
Phillies, is suing baseball for $3
million in an antitrust suit, chal-
lenging baseball's reserve system.

Majpr League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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BALTIMORE WINS, TOO
Free han's' homer beats Yanks

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By The Associated Press
DETROIT - Bill Freehan led
off the ninth inning with his
eighth home run of the season
last night, giving the Detroit Ti-
gers a 4-3 victory over the New
York Yankees.;
Freehan lined an 0-2 pitch
from reliever Steve Hamilton into
the left-center field stands after
the Yankees had tied the game
with a run in the top of the ninth.
Les Cain, 3-2 had clung to the
lead since the fourth inning, when
Jim Northrup's single, a walk to
Norm Cash and Willie Horton's
towering three-run homer sent the
Tigers in front 3-1, against Stan
Bahnsen.
sBobbyMurcer cut the deficit in
half When he hit his sixth homer

Yesterday's Results
Baltimore 6, Cleveland 2
Detroit 4, New York 3
Boston 5, Washington 3
Kansas City 7, Chicago
Minnesota 6, Milwaukee 5
Today's Gamnes
Cleveland at Baltimore, night
New York at Detroit, night t
Chicago at Kansas City, night
Washington at Boston, night
Milwaukee at Minnesota, night
Oakland at California, night

in the fifth and the Yankees
caught up in the ninth on a walk
to Ron Woods, John Ellis' single.
a one-out walk to pinch hitter
Ron Hansen and Horace Clarke's
sacrifice liner to left.
Orioles roll
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
Orioles scored all their runs in
the first two innings last night
and rolled to a 6-2 victory over
Cleveland behind the six-hit,
pitching of Dave McNally.
Paul Blair rapped a two-run,
two-out double in the opening in-
ning after losermBob Miller, 1-2,
issued two walks, and scored on
a single by Brooks Robinson. I
McNally, 8-2, opened ainother
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three-run rally in the second with
a single, moved to third on Don
Buford's double and scored on a
single by Chico Salmon.
* * *'
Royals romnp
KANSAS CITY - Dave More-
head hurled a five -hitter last
night as the Kansas City Royals
extended their winning string to
four games with a 7-1 victory over
the skidding Chicago White Sox.
The loss was the White Sox'
fifth in a row and ninth in 10
games.

Fire-balling left-hander J i m
Burton, who earlier last week set
a varsity strike-out record, mowed.
down six Boilermakers and yielded
but four hits, and he topped his
sterling season by putting in an
encore performance in the second
game.
With two men out in the sixth
and the tying run on base for Pur-
due, Coach Moby Benedict called
in his tireless southpaw, who lured
the next batter into grounding the
ball back to him. In the seventh
and final frame, Burton whiffed'
the side, upping his 'season total
to 119 in only 81 innings. The
Wolverines finished (?) at 7-7 in
the conference and 17-19 overall.
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