THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wednesday, May 27, 1970
By The Associated Press
In New York, baseball Commis-
sioner Bowie Kuhn was to be the'
leadoff man for the defense today
in Curt Flood's $3 million anti-
trust suit against baseball.
Kuhn's appearance will mark
the start of the second half of the
case before Judge Irving Ben'
Cooper in Federal Court. It is ex-
pected to continue for at least an-
After calling 10 witnesses in five,
days; including Flood, Hall of
Famers Jackie Robinson and Hank
Greenberg and the commissioners
of pro football, basketball and
hockey, the defense rested yester-
Motions by Mark Hughes, base-
ball's chief lawyer, to dismiss the
case, were denied by Judge Cooper
who ordered the case to continue
"until all the evidence has been
Flood, former St. Louis Cardinal
center fielder who refused to ac-
cept a trade to Philadelphia, is
charging baseball with violations
of federal and various state anti-
trust laws and common law and
claims the reserve system consti-
By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
Orioles backed Jim Hardin's five-
hit pitching with .a timely attack
last night and defeated the Cleve-
land Indians for the fifth straight
Hardin, 2-1, 'defeated Dean
Chance, who failed for the eighth
straight time to register his sec-
ond victory and now stands 1-5.
Little-used utility man Chico
Salmon led the Baltimore attack,
cracking four hits and raising
his average to .483 with 14 hits.
in 29 tries'.
Two walks, a single by Salmon
and Boog Powell's sacrifice fly
netted the Orioles a run in the
third. They added two in the
fifth, a Chance wild pitch and
Paul Blair's double pushing the
Baltimore put it out of reach
in the seventh with four runs,
quit drags on;
claim to which an American Court
can turn a deaf ear."
In a San Francisco court, it wasj
learned yesterday that the Oak-
land Seals have about $12,000 in
thebank and accounts payable of
,,sports about $440,000.
William N. Creasy Jr., the Seals'
president, gave the financial de-
PIGT EDITOR:rtails under cross examination in
PAT ATKINS the second day of the San Fran-
cisco Superior Court trial that is
tutes "peonage and involuntary a legal fight between two groups
servitude" and deprives him of the for control of the National Hockey
freedom of labor. League team.
Hughes claimed Flood's lawyers The Seals' debts include ap-
had failed to prove the peonage proximately $36,000 owed to the
and slavery charges and insisted it American Hockey League fam
had not shown a violation of anti- club at Providence, R.I., Creasy
trust rules. said.
Jay Topkins, speaking for Flood He also testified that the Provi-
in the absence of Arthur Gold-!dente club has threatened to break
berg, his chief attorney, asked the off its working agreement with
case be continued to learn "what the Seals unless payment is made.
kind of an explanation can base- About $30,000 of the debt to
ball come up with to explain its Providence has been overdue sincef
fantastic system of regimenta- I last October. Creasy said.
tion." San Francisco Seals, Ltd., a
Topkins praised Flood's sacri- group headed by Barry Van Ger-
fice of refusing to play because big of West Palm Beach, Fla., is
his "freedom is worth more." He trying to regain control of the
added, "I don't think this is a team and resell it.
~~ - Van Gerbig's group operated the
&P.ACE Iteam for the first two years of
APACE itsNHL existence and sold it last
year to Trans-National Commun-
ications. Inc., of New York.
Van Gerbig sought to have the
T ,.-team placed into receivership for
The Odd Couple
New York Jets' quarterback
Joe Namath, his black hair fall-
ing to his shoulder blades and
attired in blue jeans, sneakers
and a suade jacket, showed up
in the Wall Street area yester-
day in the company of suit coat
and tie man Mickey Mantle.
The two were on hand to open
the third of their joint employ-
1 Yanks resale after Trans-National alleg-
edly defaulted on loans connected
with the first sale. Trans-Nation-
delivered by Powell, Brooks Rob- al has asked the court to enjoin
inson, Elrod Hendricks and Mark Van Gerbig from selling the fran-
DETROIT - Willie Horton
slammed a three-run homer in the
ninth inning last night, breaking
up a brilliant pitching duel be-
tween Detroit's Earl Wilson and
New York's Mel Stottlemnyre and
giving the Tigers a 3-0 victory.
Stottlemyre opened ninth by
walking pinch hitter Gates Brown
and Al Kaline sacrificed him to
second. Norm Cash was purposely
pased before Horton, who also hit
a three-run shot in Monday's
night triumph, crashed his sixth
homer of the season into the upper
left field stands.
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'SET FOR TODAY:
Howe to have surgeryI
Hospital officials yesterday ad- diagnosed by orthopedic surgeon
mitted Detroit Red Wings All-Star Dr. Robert Bailey as a residue of
left winger Gordie Howe into Uni- bone fragments.in the wrist stem-
versity Hospital for general sur- ming from a fracture early in
geiry. Howe's career.
The minor operation to correct The surgery, termed a stylo-
an arthritic condition in his left diectomy, will involve scraping the
wrist will begin at about 1:30 p.m. bone fragments from the area.I
today and last one hour. Doctors expect Howe to spend
The wrist condition has been three to five days in the hospital-
?::? :ti:;?>Mei t r :::. ,:":t a ?:" 'I. after the operation. They say that
he will have full use of the wrist
Tourney actions by the time training camp opens
In action last week-end, two inT
k lesser-followed Wolverine cl1u b The 42-year-old veteran Na-
sports squads, the ruggers and the tional Hockey League forward
sailors, had varying degrees of was bothered by the wrist through-
tournament success. The rugby out the 1969-70 season but still
squad competed in the Midwest managed to score 31 goals and 40
7-a-side tournament at Chicago, assists, finishing ninth among
advancing to the semis with a 3-1 NHL scoring leaders.
record which included trouncing Howe was named last week to
Illinois, 20-0, and Chicago III's, his 21st NHL All-Star berth in
15-0. In the semi-finals, the team 24 seasons of major league hockey.
lost to eventual winner Palmer
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