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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, June 5, 1975

Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, June 5. 1975

I

MICHIGAN DIAM

Angels
By The Associated Press High S
NEW YORK-Catcher Danny Wash.
Goodwin became the only play- Lentz
er in the 11-year history of base- with an
ball's free agent draft to be the age, 199
country's top selection for a walks in
second time yesterday when he "Looki
was grabbed by the California our min
Angels. show a r
Goodwin had been the nation's pitchers
No. 1 pick four years ago when was an
the Chicago White Sov chose a fine al
him out of high school. But the sonnet sp
husky left-handed hitter passed said.
up pro baseball at the time to Lentz
attend Southern University. school p
At Southern, he had a four- draft's f
year batting average of .394 that gro
with 20 home runs and 166 runs Berra, s
batted in. He hit .425 with five Manager
homers and 46 RBIs this season chosen 1
as the Baton Rouge, La., school rates.
reached the NCAA Division II The M
South regional playoffs before manage
being eliminated, stead t
After the Angels tapped catcher
Goodwin, the San Diego Pa- lahassee
dres s e I e c t e d left-handed That w
pitcher Mike Lentz of Juanita June's d

grab
c h o o I in Kirkland, Red So:
Ford, s(
was 14-2 this season pitching
0.47 earned-run aver- ter the
strikeouts and only 22 up to c
104 innings pitched. Dennis
ng downward through Two
or league system, we College
eal need for left-handed were ch
and we felt that Lentz They w
excellent choice. He is pitcher
I-round athlete," a per- by the
okesman for the Padres ton Hall
Cerone,
was one of 16 high Indians.
layers selected in the After
irst round. Included in drafted,
up was shortstop Dale Filkins,
on of New York Mets George
Yogi Berra, who was in Chic
by the Pittsburgh Pi- Then
ed ant
lets had a shot at their fielder,
r's son but chose in- Evanst
to pick high school lowed 1
Alfred Benton of Tal- pitcher
e, Fla. Yorktoi
was reminiscent of last School.
raft when the Boston The

ONDMEN OVERLOOKED
SU's Goodwin

x chose shortstop Eddie
on of New York Yankees
coach Whitey Ford af-
Yankees had passed him
draft another shortstop,
Sherrill.
players involved in the
World Series at Omaha
osen in the first round.
ere University of Texas
James Gideon, chosen
Texas Rangers, and Se-
University catcher Rick
taken by the Cleveland
Goodwin and Lentz were
Detroit picked Leslie
an outfielder f r o m
Washington High School
ago.
the Chicago Cubs pick-
other high school out-
Brian Rosinski of
on, Ill. Milwaukee fol-
by choosing left-handed
Richard O'Keefe of
n Heights, N.Y., High
other college players

picked besides Goodwin, Gideon
and Cerone were left-handed
pitcher Theodore Barnicle of
Jacksonville State University,
picked by San Francisco; right-
handed pitcher Robert Knapp
of Central Michigan University,
chosen by the White Sox; right-
handed pitcher Michael Mc-
Laughlin of David Lipscomb
College, picked by Houston;
first baseman Otis Foster of
High Point, N.C., College, pick-
ed by Boston, and catcher Bruce
Robinson of Stanford University,
picked by Oakland.
Major League-
USDA Choice
First Round
California - D a n n y Goodwin.
catcher, Southern University. San
Diego-Mike Lentz, pitcher, Kirk-
land, wash. Detroit-LesFilkins,
outfielder, Chicago, Itt. Chicago Cubs
-Brian Rosinski, outfielder, Evans-
ton, Ill.' Mitwaukee - R i choerd
G'eefe, pitcher ,iorktown Heights,
N.Y. o
New York Mets-Alfred Benton,

catcherTalahassee, Fla. Cleveland
-Richard .Cerone, catcher, Seton
Hallt University. San Franelseo-
Theodore Barnicle, pitcher, Jackson-
vile State University. Kansas City
-Clinton Hurdle, outfielder, Merit
Island, Fla. Montreal-Arthur Miles,
shortstop, Austin, Tex.
Chicago white Sox - Robert
Knapp, pitcher, Central Michigan
University. Philadelphia - Sammny
welborn, pitcher, wichita Falls, Tex.
Minnesota-Richard sofield, short-
stop, Morris Plains, N.J. Houston-
Michart McLaughlin, pitcher, David
Lipscosh College. Boston-Otis Fos-
ter, first baseman, High Point Col-
lege.
St. Louis-David Johnson, pitcher,
Gaylord, Mich. Texas-Jim Gideon,
pitcher, University ot Texas. Atlanta
-Don Young, catcher, Santa Ba-
bara, Calif. New York Yankees-
James McDonald, first baseman, Los
Angeles. Pittsburgh - Dale Berra,
shortstop, Montclair, N.J.
Oakland-Bruce Robinson, catch-
er, Stanford University. Cincinnoti
-Tony Moretto, outfielder, Evans-
ville, Ind. Batimore-D avid Ford,
outfielder, Cleveland. Los Angeles-
Mark Bradley, shortstop-outfielder,
Elizabethtown, Ky.

NO DEAL-As. if. he were
watching a poker hand, Umpire
Bill Williams peers over a dusty
play at the plate in New York's
1-0 decision over Houston last
night. Milt May held all the
aces as he puts a sweeping tag
on New York's Felix Millan.
AP Photo

AMajor League Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE

East
W L Pct. GB
Boston 26 19 .578 --
Milwaukee 23 23 .500 394
New York 23 24 .489 4
Detroit 21 22 .488 4
Cleveland 20 26 .435 69
Baltimore 19 28 .403 8
west
Oakland 29 20 .592 -
Kansas City 30 31 .588 -
tinnesota 23 21 .523 3%
Texas 24 25 .490 5
California 23 27 .460 6%
Chicago 22 27 .449 2
Yesterday's Results
California 2, Detroit 1 (late game)
Boston 7, Chicago 6
Cleveland 4, Kansas City 0
Texas 3, Baltimore 2, 12 innings
New York at Minnesota, inc.
Milwaukee at Oakland, ine.
Today's Games
Detroit (Ruhle 5-I) at California
<Singer 4-7), night
New York (Hunter 7-5) at Minne-
sota (Hughes 6-2)
Kansas City (Filamorels 8-3) at
Cleveland (Kern 1-2), night
Texas (Jenkins 5-5) at Baltimore
(Cuellar 3-4), night

East
w L Pot.
Chicago 27 21 .563
Pittsburgh 25 20 .556
New York 23 20 .535
Philadelphia 26 23 .531
St. Louis 22 25 .468
Montreal 16 27 .372
west
Los Angeles 37 22 .593
Cincinnati 30 22 .577
San Francisco 25 23 .521
San Diego 23 27 .481
Atlanta 23 30 .434
Houston 20 34 .370:
Yesterday's Results
San Francisco 10, Chicago 8
Philadelphia 7, San Diego 2
Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 1
Los Angeles 3, Montreal 0
New York 1 Houston 0
St. Louis 5, Atlanta 2
Today's Games
Houston (Richards 4-3) at New
York (Seaver 7-4)
San Francisco (Falcone 3-4) at
Chicago (Bonham 5-4)

MSU coach, travel agency
GB inked to airline credit scheme
By The Associated Press ball recruits, players or their families on the
194 LANSING - A secret fly-now, pay-later ac- account from the time it was opened in late
494 count with a local travel agency was set up by 1974 and closed in early 1975, the State Journal
894 a Michigan State University football coach to d

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fly players and their relatives round-trip from
home to campus, The Lansing State Journal
said yesterday.
But the parties named in the copyrighted
story denied that a secret special account exist-
ed or that football players or recruits were
given credit beyond that normally granted
many other students.
Credit was extended to travelers on an in-
dividual basis and not in any special "account,"
and they were required to pay the bill, the
parties said.
The State Journal said a special account
was arranged between MSU assistant foot-
ball coach Howard Weyers and Lee Harring-
ton of Harrington Travel of East Lansing.
The arrangement allowed athletes to travel
on credit against future summer job earnings,
the Journal said.
Fifteen to 20 trips were taken by MSU foot-

reporte .
The newspaper said a National Collegeiate
A t h l e ti c Association investigator refused
comment on the situation. But the unnamed offi-
dial said hypothetically the use of a fly-now, pay-
later account could be a "problem area" and
"by design, it could be wrong."
The paper quoted the NCAA investigator as
saying a pay-later account set up for re-
cruits-even if they already signed a letter
of intent to come to a university-might be
considered aid from an outside source or
improper inducement.
When a football player asks for travel credit,
the company finds out the youth's financial
situation and asks Weyers or some other coach
if the player is good for the money, Harrington
said. Other MSU students have been able to
travel on future summer job income if they
have good references and appear to be good
risks, he said.

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