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TUESDAY, &UY 5, t<>70 Comic dictionary IGNORANCE — A widespread Condition . without which there would be mighty Httte conversation. (CoovrlaM. 1«70, by Evirt Es«r/ . A LITTLE BIT About a Lot of Things: Tom Landry, coach "of the perennial near-miss Dallas Cowboys oHlie National Football League, has not only been r e_a d i n g ! anonymous 'letters since the 1969 season ended but requesting such messages. Encouraging "Dear Sir: You cur!" type letters hardly seems necessary, since every major coach annually gets a few without bothering to solicit them. Quite often, a secretary kindly files them in wastcbaskcis before they reach the boss. The unsigned mail which Landry is carefully studying comes from his own players. Tom asked each to give a candid critique on why such a talented team keeps getting edged for the N.F.L. title. TOM LANDRY veteran The Cowboys reportedly cooperated wholeheartedly and sent along opinions blaming everything from Landry's super- complex systems to his insistence that the squad be populated only by gentlemen. "What this team needs are a few bums who can play football," one allegedly wrote. The Society for Saintly Professional Football Players is never going (Q be ablejo track down which Cowboy sent that letter. Asa special precaution "that the letters would be anonymous, players had their wives (unmarried players presumably asked their mothers) fill out the questionnaires and write comments. The letters mere all mailed to Lee Roy Jordan, the team captain, who burned the original envelopes, then forwarded the contents to Landry. BUY THE TWINS? B ILLY MARTIN would be second-guessed by 150,000 bosses if one Minnesota Twins fan had his way. The Minneapolis Star recently printed a letter that started "Let's buy the Twins from Calvin Griffith and bring Billy backl" The fan figured 150,000 fans would jump at the chance to each put. up $100 to buy the club from Calvin (who fired Billy in spite of a division pennant last year). In case you'd like to see the man who stirs up .such loyalty, Martin speaks at the third annual Big Brother luncheon at Hotel Fort Des Moines Wednesday. The public is invited. Tick- els are $4 and can be obtained at Babe's Restaurant . . . Pele, the Brazi 1 i an soccer star thought to be the highest paid athlete io-the_JstorJd, recently resumed his education at the age of 30. He quit high school at 16, to turn professional. Fel- Jow students weren't exactly awed. They gave him the school's customary first-day treatment, shaving his head, painting his face with lipstick and breaking eggs over his head. -Anybody who survives the first day-feaHy-wants an education! ' NEW POSITION C HUCK GUMMING, one-time sporting goods salesman here, has been named president of Stylo Matchmakers' operations in this country, with headquarters in East Weymouth, Mass. The parent company is one of England's largest shoe manufacturers and Chuck will handle an American- made line of golf shoes to be sold In pro shops ... St. Louis University's all-sports banquet May 8 has been dedicated to the late John Benington, a former Billiken basketball eoacb. Profits from the $15 per plate affair will go to the foundation set up for his widow and nine children ... Color Spain purple! Kansas Stale football Coach V.iflce Gibson is leading a week-long tour to that coun- trv in late June. PLAYERS MAY QUIT FOR DAY IF PACT FAILS No Strike; Would Hit TV Game CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - A one-day baseball moratorium rather than a strike is likely if the major, league owners don't i sweeten their latest contract offer to the Major League Baseball Players Association, the Chicago Today newspaper reported Monday. Baseball writer John Hillyer ;aid he was told by one player representative — who preferred to remain anonymous — that the day—for a moratorium would come when there is a nationally televised game. "The television people," the .player said, "already have been told about it. We would give the owners three or four days' notice, hoping to get some concessions out of them in the meantime so we wouldn't have to strike. "The TV people, of course, would tell the owners they couldn't pay them for that game if it wasn't played." Hillyer said Marvin Miller, the association's executive director, had received the owners' proposal Friday and each club is expected to vote on it sometime this week. The conflict: Scheduling — The owners propose to continue playing 162 games a year. The players are pretty well united against this. Termination pay—Owners agree to pay a player 45 days' worth of salary if he is released during the season. But if he is released in spring training, he would receive nothing. League p 1 a y o f f pools—Owners propose to raise the players' share from 50 to 60 per cent. Many players believe this is not enough. Meal money—The owners propose raising it from $15 to $16 a day for this season, $17 in 1971 and $17 plus a cost-of- living increase in 1972. "Last season," the player rep told Hillyer, "the four second- place teams were awarded play-off-pool shares of about $600 each. And the owners still want to take expenses-out of it for special playoff items like erection of TV booths — things BASEBALL Please turn to Page The Scoreboard National League Standings .EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago ........13 8 '.619 ... New York ......12 11 .522 2 Philadelphia ....12 11 .522 2 Pittsburgh 11 12 .478 3 St. Louis JO 11 .476 3 Montreal 6 15 .286 7 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pel. G.B. Cincinnati 20 • 6 .769 Atlanta 13 11 .542 6 Los Angeles 12 11 .522 6 San Francisco ...12 14 '.462 8 Houston 11 15 .423 9 San Diego 9 16 .360-lOVz Monday's Games Atlanta 5, Pittsburgh 3 (N) Houston 7, Chicago 2 (N) Cincinnati 7, St. Louis 3 (N) Only games scheduled Today's Pitchers N—San Francisco (Robertson 1-2) at Montreal (Stoneman 1-4) N—Los Angeles (Vance 1-1) at New York (Ryan 2-1) N—San Diego (Santorinl 1-4) at Philadelphia (Jackson 1-3) N—Pittsburgh (Moose 0-2) at Atlanta (Niekro 2-4) N—St. Louis (Carlton 1-3) at Cincinnati (Simpson 4-1) •— : N—Chicago (Jenkins 2-3) at Houston (Dierker 4-1) American League Staudings .EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Baltimore ....14 8 .636 Detroit 13 8 .619 Boston 12 9 .571 Washington ...12 11 .522 New York ....13 12 . .520 Cleveland .... 9 12 .429 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Minnesota .. .14 7 .667 California .. Oakland Chicago ... Kansas City Milwaukee .. .14 8 .636 .11^ 13 .4i8 . 9 13 .409 . 8 14 .364 . 5 19 .208 G.B. 1V'2 2»/2 2Vz 4Vz G.B. .- 5','z 6Vz lOVz Monday's Games / No games scheduled Today's Pitchers N—New York (Bahnsen 2-2) at Oakland (Hunter 4-2) N—Washington (Brunei 1-3) at California (Messersmith 3-2) N—Boston (Siebert 1-1) at Milwaukee (Brabender 1-3) N—Cleveland (Chance 1-2) at Chicago (John 1-5) N—Minnesota (Tiant 4-0) at Detroit (Lolich 4-2) N—Kansas City (Butler 2-1) at Baltimore (Phoebus 1-1) LA. 'Ravorite' For 76 Games SEOUL, KOREA (AP) Chang Key-yung, a member of the International Olympic Committee, said today (Tuesday) that Los Angeles is favored to win the right to host the 1976 Olympic Games. Key-yun, former South Korea deputy premier, made the re ; mark before leaving for' Amsterdam to attend ' an I.O.C. meeting to decide the site for the Games, Moscow, Florence and Montreal are also bidding for the right to«stage the 1976.0Iympics. Klinzman Quits as Lincoln Coach-'Not My Choosing' By Bud Appleby Lloyd Klinzman, football-coach at Lincoln High School for the past 10 years, resigned Monday night and indicated it was at the request of the school administration. "You'll have to ask the superintendent about that," Klinzman said when asked the reason for leaving the post. "It wasn't of my own choosing." ' Klin zman, who disclosed his resignation at a Lincoln all-sports ban- ouet, said he had been of- fered'a job as athletic manager at the school, but was undecided, about the offer. "It's not what I expected," KLIMZMAM | / TBY Det Moinis' ' FINEST STEAKS he said. "My goal when I first started here was to get into secondary administration, eventually. And this is not an administrative job." Klinzman said he had looked into coaching opportunities elsewhere. "But not earnestly," be added. He compiled a 40-38-4 record at Lincoln. Two of his teams rent»^champions"of ~tfie~ Met ropolitan Conference and three others were runners-up. Last year's team posted a 4-5 record and was third in the conference standings. KNOBSAIL PAST LAKERS FOR 3-2 LEAD Rally After Injury ToReed,107-iOO NEW YORK,.N.Y. (AP)-The Knicks, playing from late in the first, quarter .without. Willis Reed, caught and passed the Los Angeles Lakers for a 107-100 victory Monday night and a 3-2 lead in their battle for the National .Basketb a 11 Associat i o n WILLIS title. REED Trailing, 25-15, when Reed went out with 3 minutes 56 seconds^left in the opening period, the Knicks/!i- nally caught up at 87-all on'Bill Bradley's basket. After two more deadlocks Bradley again hit with 5:17 to play for a 93-91 edge and -the Knicks were ahead to stay. Dave Stallworth, who scored 10 points in the final quarter, added another basket 39 seconds later to make it 95-91. • Then Cazzie Russell took over with New York's next six points for-a 101-94-lead-and-the Lakers never climbed closer than five again. • The Knicks could wrap it up Wednesday night in Los Angeles in a nationally televised game in which Reed hopes to return. Walt Frazier led the Knicks with 21 points, followed by Russell with'20. Elgin Baylor, who hit 11 of Los Angeles' 20 points in the final quarter, finished with 21. Wijt Chamberlain, managing only two points in the final half against first Dave DeBusschere and then Stallworth, scored 22. Jerry West, who scored only four points in the final half against the ball-hawking Knicks, had 20. New York fell behind, 19-9, and when Reed, the league's most valuable player, left minutes later, the Knicks looked to be in grave trouble. The Knicks managed to keep within 53-40 at halftime, despite ~nitting~~only~37 per cent from the field. Then, with Frazier scoring 10 points and leading a ball-stealing defense that allowed the Lakers only 15 shots, the Knicks climbed within 82-75 entering the'final session?'" " Frazier, Dick Barnett, Stallworth and Bradley then led the Knicks to their first tie with 7:42 remaining and it was downhill from there. LOS ANGELES Chmblan West Baylor Erikson Garrett Egan Tresvant Counts 9 4-» 22 6 8-9 70 1 s-i 21 31-2 7 7 4-4 18 2 2-2 6 0 5-7 5 0 1-1 1 TotllS 35 10-40 100 NEW YORK Barnett Bradley Reed DBschert Frailer . Rlorda Bowman Hosker Warren OFT 6 4-5 16 6 0-0 12 9 3-3 21 1 0-0 2 6 0-0 1] 8 4-4 20 0 M 0 0-0 0 0-0 Total! 451701 Lot Angeles 30 M M )!-.__ New York „ M M JS 32-107 Fouled out—None. Tot*I fouls—Los Angeles 21, New York 25. A-l 9,500. MICHAEL'S Restaurant & Lounge KNOWN FOR STMKS AND REAL ITALIAN CU/SJNE AT THE PIANO On iJIIIIIIUllllllIlllllllllllllillJIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIllilllllllllillUllllllUUIWlUlli: LEWIS ON DECK—Oaks' Allen Lewis looks up at teammates crowded around batter's box after he was knocked down by pitch by Tulsa's Harry Parker in second inning Monday night. Ball struck Lewis' batting helmet and bounced about 60 feet into'Iowa dugout. He was removed from game but apparently was only slightly shaken up. . REGISTER PHOTO BY HEK<Y BARNETT Reds Sail to 6th Straight As Nolan Stops Cards, 7-3 CINCINNATI, OHIO (AP) - The red-hot RedsT riding homers by Lee May and Pete Rose, reeled off their sixth straight victory by downing St. Louis, 7-3, Monday night. Unbeaten Gary Nolan gave up six v hits and picked up his fifth pitching triumph with ninth-inning re-, lief help from Wayne Granger'' as the Reds'i upped their season record to 20-6. May hammered his fifth homer in the second inning and Rose hit his third homer GARY NOLAN ST. LOUIS ab r h bl Cardenal cf 4100 Ros* rf Lee rf 4000 Helms 2b Brock If 4 1 1 1 Tolan cf RchAllen 3b 2,0 0 o Perez 3b Torre c X 1 2 2 Bench c Hague Ib 4020 LMay Ib Sofas 2b 4000 Carbo If . . . . Maxvill ss 2000 Conceocn ss 3120 Campbell ph 1 0 0 0 Nolan p 3000 Camplsl P .0000 Granger f 0000 CTaylor ph l 0 0 0 Torrez p 2010 ChTavlor p 0000 Davalillo ph 1000 Ramirez ss 0000 CINCINNATI ab r h bi- 4121 3101 4230 4011 4111 4111 3011 33 3 6 3-. Tolal- -. 000 201 0 1 1 1 l J 0 l x— 7 32711 6 000—3 Total St. Louis Cincinnati E— Perez, RchAllen, Concepcion. DP— St, Louis 3, Cincinnati 2. LOB— St. Louis S, Cincinnati 10. 2B— Torrez, Perez. HR— •L.May (5), Torre (3), Rose (3). S— Nolan. to lead off the sixth, when the Reds scored twice to build a 6-3 lead. The Cardinals, who have lost six of-their last seven starts, tied the game,'2- 4 2,iin the fourth on run-scoring singles by Lou Brock and Joe Torre. But Tommy Helms broke the tie with a bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the Reds' fourth. Green Bay Regains Bills'Kicker Rank GREEN BAY, WIS. (AP) The Packers Monday traded an undisclosed draft choice to Buffalo for-Joe Runk, a placekicker who had been placed on waivers by the Packers last season and was picked up by the Bills. Torrez (L.2-3) ChTavlor Camoisl Nolan (W.5-0) Granger Save—Granger. {Tolan). T—2:18 A IP H R ER BB SO 6 6'6 6 1 0000 0 1 1 2 4 I 81-36 3 2-3 0 0 HBP—by - 8,865. 1 0 1 224 000 Torrez Top 40 Hits 8 Track Tapes Only _5I -fash "Best Deals In TAPE TOWN 12-8 P.M. 29th & Forest Wtlcome" I LAWN-TURF EQUIPMENT 1 12" to 52" § The New Look in Heavy Duty Cpmmereial = MOWERS, TRIMMERS & EDGERS I GBAVELY-DES MOINES Co. =3220 i. 14th 2*6-6E HllJJlUlUIUUlllUUUliMUIUIUIIIlUUJIIIUIUIIUllUlllUUUUIllUlIUUIJR Steel Shelving Standard or Custom HAWK METAL PRODUCTS 607 CHAFFEfc RD. PHONE 285-4414 Expos' Sembera * . - - <£ Goes to Tulsa ST. LOUIS, CALIF. (AP) The Cardinals Monday traded right-handed pitcher Bill Dillman to Montreal for Carroll Sembera, also a righthander. Dillman, 24, has been with the Redbirds' Tulsa farm team in the American Association. He appeared in three games but has no record. The Cardinals said Sembera, 29, will go to Tulsa and Dillman will move to the Expos' farm team at Buffalo in the International League. Louis Case: Hearing Set On Condition DENVER, COLO. (AP) Denver Probate Judge David Brofman Monday set a May 12 hearing on a report from a medical commission which will examine Joe Louis, former world heavyweight boxing champion who was admitted to Colorado Psychiatric Hospital last week. Irving Andrews, Louis' attorney, asked the court to appoint a board of psychiatrists to examine Louis, report on his condition and make recommendations to the court on future treatment. Louis, 56, was admitted Fri~day to the hospital at the University of Colorado Medical Center on a "hold for treatment" order issued by Judge Brofman. Andrews indicated, however, a decision may be made before May 12 to transfer Louis to a private hospital which would terminate further probate court proceedings. The former champion held the heavyweight title for 12 years, from 1937 to 1949. 2« BLAST IN 8TH HIKES STREAK TO 6 5th Homer Erases 2-2 Tulsa Tie By Bill Bryson,' Tulsa's Harry Parker had a rare feat going when he retired Gene Tenace three-times-irra row Monday night. But no/pitcher yet has made it foui-straight outs against the lowa'Oaks' new power plant. Tenacc destroyed Parker's streak, and the Oilers ajong.with. it, when he boomed a two-run homer high over the left-field fence with one out in the eighth inning. The 185-pound catcher's fifth home run wrought the Oaks' sixth straight victory and their eleventh in 13 starts, 4-3. It was an electrifying jolt that_kepLTenace.aLthe_top.-of- the American Association in both power and frequency. Gene leads in homers, in runs-batted-in with 16, and his .450 average is also the best in the tripIe-A league. Cracks Tie TenaceVshot-dislocated a 2-2- tie. The Oaks needed the extra run it brought in order to offset Tulsa's unearned run in the ninth. Ed Sprague pitched out of that closing peril, just as he'd hurled himself out of several earlier jams. There were Oilers at first and third with nobody out, the result of Gonzalo Marquez's error and pinch-hitter Billy Wolff's gentle single to short right. Steve Derneter's fly to right was too short to score Jim Kennedy from third. Kennedy made it home as Tom Coulter forced Coulter, but Sprague lured an OAKS- Please turn to Page Two American Association Standings * EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. Iowa 11 2 .846 ... Indianapolis .... 7 6 .538 4 Omaha 5 6 .455 5 Evansville 4 7 .364 6 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. 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