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Friday, June 6, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday June 6, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sports of the Daily
Hawks get fined .. .
From wire Service Reports
SAN FRANCISCO - The stiffest penalty ever levied by the
National Basketball Association, $400,000, was imposed on the At-
lanta Hawks yesterday for their illegal signing three years ago
of American Basketball Association star Julius Erving.
"We're going to review it. I brought my attorneys with me.
We're disappointed," Hawks President John Wilcox said.
The NBA Board of Governors' vote was "relatively close, I
believe one vote determined it," Wilcox said.
The Hawks were ordered to pay a fine of $250,000 to the
league and $150,000 to the Milwaukee Bucks, who drafted Erving
in 1972 when the talented forward had just completed his rookie
year in the ABA. The Bucks also will get Atlanta's two second-
round draft picks next year, and NBA right to Erving still be-
long to Milwaukee, should he ever become available.
Asked if Atlanta would take any legal action to fight the
NBA's decision, Wilcox replied, "We haven't made any decision."
The decision may be up to new owners who made an agree-
ment recently to buy majority interest in the Hawks. The NBA
Board of governors is expected to approve the sale soon at an-
other meeting.
... Knicks lose McGinnis
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Larry O'Brien, National Basketball
Association commissioner, ruled yesterday that George McGinnis
may not play for the New York Knicks and ordered the team to
forfeit its 1976 first-round draft pick.
"I have directed New York not to let McGinnis play with the
team or put on a New York uniform for any purpose," O'Brien
announced at the NBA's Board of Governors meeting here.
The NBA rights to McGinnis, the American Basketball Asso-
ciation's scoring champion with the Indiana Pacers last season,
belong to the Philadelphia 76ers who drafted him, but the Knicks
signed McGinnis to a contract last Friday.
Unlike the Atlanta case with Julius Erving, O'Brien had the
authority to make a decision and the matter will not go before the
league board.
ABC nicks regional grid games
NEW YORK 61P) - Regional television plans for National
Collegiate Athletic Association football on Saturday Sept. 20 and
Saturday Sept. 27 were announced yesterday by ABC-TV.
To be televised regionally on Sept. 20 are Tennessee at UCLA,
Missouri at Illinois, Brigham Young at Colorado State and VMI
at Virginia. The following week's regional coverage will be North
Carolina State at Michigan State, Illinois at Texas A&M, Maryland
at Kentucky and San Jose State at Stanford.
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Based on 100 at Rats
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R R Pet.
Carewr Min 40 143 27 59 .413
Lynn Bsn 40 536 28 40 .353
Munson NY 36 179 27 62 .346
Thompson Min 32 104 11 34 .327
Yount Mil 37 137 20 44 .321
Hargrove Tex 42 138 25 44 .319
R. White NY 42 160 33 51 .319
C. May Chi 46 154 15 49 .318
isumbry Bal 32 111 13 35 .315
Ctambliss NY 39 146 19 46 .315
Home Runs
Horton, Detroit, 12; Bonds, New
feots, 12; . Jackson, Oakland, 11;
BurroughssTeas 1t;Rice, Baste,
9; Hendrick, Cleveland, 9; Hisle,
Minnesota, 9; Tenace, Oakland, 9.
Runs Batted In
G. Scott, Milwaukee, 37; Horton,
Detroit, 36: McRae, Kansas City, 36;
llisle, Minnesota, 36; Bonds, New
York, 34.
Pithing t Decisions
Ruble, Detroit, 5-1, .33; Kaat,
Chicago, 8-2, .800; Ryan California,
9-3, .250; aloe, Oakland, 9-3, .750;
Huges, Minnesota, 6-2, .750; Pal-
mer, 1-3, .727; Fitzmorris, Kansas
City, 8-3, .727; 3 Tied with .714.
Based on 100 at Bats
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player Club G AB R H Pet.
Watson Htn 47 176 24 60 .341
sanguillen Pgh 42 151 15 51 .338
Bowa Phi 41 175 18 59 .337
Morgan Cin 50 175 31 59 .337
lacy LA 31 101 15 34 .337
Griffey Cin 43 121 26 40 .331
R. Smith StL 50 112 19 37 .330
Garvey LA 54 230 32 75 .326
Cardenal Chi 48 182 33 59 .324
Brock StL 44 176 31 57 .324
Home Runs
Bench, Cincinnati, 11; Wynn,
Los Angeles, 11; Luzinski, Philadel-
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phia, 10; schmidt, Philadelphia, 10;
Bakee, Atlanta, 10.
Runs Batted In
Bench, Cincinnati, 38; Winfield,
San Diego, 38; Garvey, Los Angeles,
37; Luzinski, Philadelphia, 30;
Watson, Houston, 36.
Pitching 0 Decisions
Kison, Pittsburgh, 5-1, .833;
tlessersmith, Los Angeles, 8-2, .800;
Sutton, Los Angeles, 10-3, .769;
Fryman, Montreal, 5-2, .714; Mat-
lack, New York, 7-3, .700; R. Jones,
San Diego, 7-3, .700; Underwood,
Phitladelphia, 0-3, .002; G7ulet, Cin-
cinnati,6-3, 667 Barr San Fran-
cisco, 6-3, .667.

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