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The Michigan Daily--Saturday, October 11, 1980-Page 9
Houston mps Phullies, 1-0

HOUSTON (AP)-Houston second
baseman Joe Morgan, the inspirational
leader throughout the season, tripled
off the right field wall in the 11th inning
and Denny Walling delivered a
sacriface fly, giving the Astros a 1-0
victory over the Philadelphia Phillies
yesterday in the third game of the
National League playoffs.
The dramatic triumph gave Houston
a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series and
put them within one game of their first
world series in the team's 19-year
Morgan, given credit for keeping the
Astros together this season, ledoff the
11th inning with a triple off loser Tug
McGraw. Morgan, hobbled by a knee
injury, then gave way to pinch runner
Rafael Landestoy, who trotted home on
Walling's fly ball to left fielder Greg

The game was scoreless through
eight innings although Philadelphia
threatened in the early innings. ;
The most serious threat was in the
third when Pete Rose singled with one
out and moved to third on a single by
Bake McBride. A passed ball moved
McBride to second but Rose was thrown
out be Enos Cabell at home on Mike-
Schmidt's grounder to third.
Greg Luzinski ended the threat with a
fly to deep left field.
While Joe Niekro was holding
Philadelphia in check, the Astros were
wasting scoring opportunities in the fir-
st, fourth, sixth and eighth innings.
Terry Puhl led off Houston's first in-
ning with a double down the right field
line. Cabell grounded out and Morgan

walked before Jose Cruz hit into a
double play, killing the threat.
The Astros stranded Cruz in the four-
th inning following a one-out triple to
right field.
Puhl gave Houston another scoring
chance in the eighth inning when he
singled and was sacrificed to second by
,Cabell. But a run-saving catch by
Garry Maddox in center field and first
baseman Dave Bergman's fly ball en-
ded the inning.
In the Houston sixth, Cabell opened
with a single to center and moved to
second on a groundout. Cedeno then hit
into a double play after Cruz was
walked intentionally, and was injured
when he tripped over the first base bag.
Cedeno was taken off the field on a
stretcher and it was later learned that
he had fractured his right ankle.

Black players turn in grievances;
N'western coach denies reports

EVANSTON, Ill. (AP)-Thirty black
athletes at Northwestern University
have presented a list of grievances to
the school administration accusing
head football coach Rick Venturi of
discriminating against black players.
The accusation was made in a three-
page document given Thursday to
Athletic Director John Pont and Jim
Carleton, vice president for student af-
VENTURI SAID Friday that the
charges of "unequal treatment" of
whites and buacks were "simply not
After being presented with the
document, Pont and Venturi met with
the players Thirsday night.
"I responded to -the grievances
regarding injured players, disciplinary
actions and personal selection," said
Venturi. "The accusations about my
treatment of black players are simply
not true."
ON WEDNESDAY, Venturi suspen-
ded indefinitely black senior Dana
Hemphill from the team. The reason
was not given. Hemphill has been shif-
ted from position to position under Ven-

turi and was not a starter this year.
A spokesman for the players, Michael
Cammon, said no threats have been
made to boycott Saturday's
homecoming game against Big Ten
favorite Ohio State, "but anything
could happen."

Venturi, in his third year as Wildcat
coach, has recruited and played more
blacks than any Northwestern coach in
many years. Observers said Venturi
was caught by surprise - by the
document, and that he has followed an
open-door policy and invited players to
discuss problems with him.

'AP Photo
"GOTCHA"! SAYS HOUSTON Astros catcher Luis Pujols to Pete Rose. Rose was tagged out in his attempt to score
duping the third inning of yesterday's playoff game at Houston. The Astros won the tight contest 1-0, in the eleventh
inning. The National League Western'division champs now hold a 2-1 advantage in the series.
Ruling prompts Badger boycott

The Sigma Chi fraternity would like to thank the
following people for their support of the Rival
Run for Special Olympics, 1980:
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Michigan Daily
Miller Beer
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University Christian Church
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and Luggage

As the Dave Wilson saga continues,
its ramifications are beginning to ex-
tend beyond the football field. The
University of Wisconsin has decided to
cancel all spring sports competitions
with the University of Illinois as a form
of protest over the Illini's use of Wilson
as the team's quarterback.
Wilson's' eligibility has been in
j uestion ever since the junior quarter-
back was declared ineligible by the Big
Ten this past summer. That decision
was reversed by an Illinois Circuit
Court judge, and last week the reversal
was upheld by the state's Supreme
Wisconsin's action came as a sur-
prise to some and represents the first
reactionary move taken by a conferen-
e school with regard to the Wilson
"Qn September 12th, the Wisconsin
Athletic Board approved all of the
spring sports schedules except the ones
involving Illinois," said Professor
Thomas J. Anton, Michigan's faculty
representative to the Big Ten.
"They've withheld approval pending
some action by Illinois concerning the
Wilson situation."
Wisconsin's action are not history-
making but they could possibly serve as
springboard for other schools to take
a similar course of action.
"This would not be a precedent," con-
tinued Anton. "There have been other
occasions where a school has cancelled
a scheduled contest with a conference
school, although I can't remember the,

exact reason for the cancellation. I've
also heard that some other schools may
be deciding to take similar steps, but I
cannot be certain."
Reportedly, Ohio State and Iowa
were considering following Wisconsin s
lead by declining to play Illinois.
According to Anton, the conference
will not intervene in the minor sports
"In regards to minor spots,it is the
respective university's decision
whether to play a school or not. The
conference can only intervene when the
situation concerns football or basket-
ball, whose schedules are approved by
the conference. They can cancel the
game if they wish and find someone
else to play," Anton explained.
Wilson is slated to play today when
the Illini take on Iowa at Iowa City.
However, the Big Ten has refused to
buckle down in this persistent court
"After the Illinois Supreme Court
decision of last week, we are still un-
decided on what course of action we will
take next," said Anton. "But when we
do eventually decide to take some ac-
tion, believe me, it will be a strong
ND AD resigns
SOUTH BEND (AP)-Moose Krause,
who for 31 years headed the athletic
program at Notre Dame University,
announced his resignation yesterday.
Krause, 67, said he would step down as
athletic director, a job he has held since

March 22, 1949, on Jan. 1, but that he
will stay on as a consultant at least until
the end of the school year.
"It's omething I've had in my mind
for quite a while now," Krause said,
"and I simply felt this was the time to
make a move.
"I've been associated with Notre
Dame since I was a student in the early
1930s and I've loved every minute of it.
But it's time for someone else to take
over now."
Krause said that he wanted to retire
several years ago, "but every time I did
Father Edmund P. Joyce, talked me in-
to staying for one more year." Joyce is
executive vice president of the univer-
sity and chairman of the school's
athletic committee.
University officials said Krause has
had as much to do with Notre Dame's
prominence in college athletics as
anyone since he took over in 1949 from
Frank Leahy.
With the score New York 2, Kansas
City 1 and the Royals batting in the top
of the seventh, rain began to fall and the
umpires ordered play halted. The
Royals' only score came in the fifth
when Frank White smashed a one out
solo homer. The Yankees scored the go-
ahead run when Rick Cerone singled in
Oscar Gamble in the bottom of the sixth

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SNL Playoff
Houston 1, Philadelphia 0
Washington 95, Detroit 85
Indiana 110. New Jersey 91
Boston 130, CievelandiO3


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Skin Heads 22, Reever Madness 0
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Theta Chi 'A' 7, Kappa Sigma 'A' 0 (forfeit)
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 26, Trigon 0
Thunder Chickens 0, DSD 'A' 0
Alpha Kappa 16, Nu Sigma Nu 0
Andi's Bar and Grill 6, Hunt 'A' 0
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