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Wednesday, June 4, 1'975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SPORTS OF THE DAILY:
McGinnis war ra

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Larry Fleisher, an at-
torney and the executive head of the
Players Association of the National Bas-
ketball Association, says he might make
his two clients - All-Americans David
Thompson and Dave Meyers - available
to the highest bidders following the New
York Knicks' signing of George McGin-
nis.
One day after the draft, the Knicks
signed McGinnis, co-winner of the Most
Valuable Player Award in the American
Basketball Association last season with
the Indiana Pacers. The Knicks signed
McGinnis although the Philadelphia 76ers
owned his NBA rights.
"I think," Fleisher said in New
York, "it was an excellent move on
the part of the Knicks as far as the
players are concerned."
He added, "It has to help our law-
suit," referring to the lawsuit by the
Players Association against the NBA ques-
tioning the legality of the draft.
"They (the Knicks) were absolutely
right in signing McGinnis" Fleisher con-
tinued. "Everyone else has operated in
restraint.
"There's gonna be chaos out there
Wednesday and Thursday. They're going
to crucify the Knicks. The Knicks will
have to explain why they have picked up
and broken away from the owners.
Kennedy denounces
Knicks
SAN FRANCISCO - Walter Kennedy,
retired commissioner of the National Bas-
ketball Association, said yesterday that
under the league's setup George McGin-
nis' contract with the New York Knicks is
illegal.
"Under the present constitution and by-
laws, the contract cannot be approved
because the playing rights to George Mc-

Ginnis belong to Philadelphia," Kennedy
said.
The McGinnis case is expected to be a
major issue when the league's 18-man
Board of Governors meets today and to-
morrow.
First, however, the board will re-
consider the Julius Erving case, and
the decision on that matter most like-
ly will have a large bearing on what
happens in the McGinnis incident.
Irving, drafted by the Mliwaukee Bucks
a few years ago, was signed by the At-
lanta Hawks. Kennedy, refusing to ap-
prove the contract, later fined the Hawks
$50,000 for playing Irving in two exhibition
games.
Although Atlanta never really posses-
sed Irving's contract rights, they dealt
him to the New York Knicks. The Bucks
then charged the Hawks with violating the
NBA constitution and its bylaws.
Pele's payoff
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Away
from the limelight since his retirement
from pro soccer last October, former
"King" Pele has finally given in to two
of the most important things in his life:
warm pleas from his fans and cold cash.
At 34, insisting he is still in good form,
"or else I would not come back," Pele
has signed a multi-million dollar contract
with the New York Cosmos om the North
American Soccer League.
His decision to return to pro soccer
after a seven - month retirement
caught many people by surprise.
But Pele has an explanation:
"If I returned, it was because of my
love for soccer. Besides, I want to con-
tribute for soccer to grow popular in the
United States, and I want to keep making
publicity for Brazil abroad."
0
Bears bargain
CHICAGO - The Chicago Bears an-

iges on
nounced the signing of Jackson State run-
ning back Walter Payton, their No. 1 pick
in the National Football League draft,
yesterday.
The Bears did not disclose the terms
or length of Payton's contract. Payton
also was reported to have negotiated
with the World Football League and the
Canadian Football League.
Jim Finks, Bears' general manager,
said the 5-foot-11, 205-pound back, who
was the fourth player selected in the
draft is "certainly the most exciting
running back the Bears have drafted
since 1965 and has the potential to be
a star in his first season."
The Bears also acquired Grady Alder-
man of the Minnesota Vikings. Alderman
and teammates Milt Sunde, an offensive
guard, running back Bill Brown and de-
fensive tackle Gary Larsen, had played
out their options and weren't offered new
contracts by the Vikings. Sunde was tak-
en by the New York Jets.
Baseball draft begins
NEW YORK - The California Angels
are expected to choose catcher Danny
Goodwin of Southern University as the
No. 1 selection today in baseball's sum-
umer free agent draft. -
It will be the second time that Good-
win, a native of Peoria, Ill., has been
drafted. He was picked out of high school
by the Chicago White Sox in 1971. But he
chose to stay in school and his name
returned to the regular draft pool for the
current selection round.
After the Angels open the draft's
regular phase, the second choice be-
longs to the San Diego Padres.
Two years ago, the Padres came up
with slugging outfielder Dave Winfield
from the University of Minnesota in the
first round and last year, picking No. 1,
they chose shortstop Bill Almon from
Brown University.

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