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The baseball strike ended in its 13th day yesterday when the owners and players agreed to start the 1972 season on Saturday without rescheduling any of the 86 games postponed by the player-walkout. Marvin Miller, executive director of the players' association asserted, "Clearly the players have triumphed in something that few people thought they could or would do, they have stood together."

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