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Workshop Seminar on
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" RACIAL and SOCIAL INJUSTICE
SATURDAY, JANUARY 6
Friends Meetinghouse, 1420 Hill Street
10 A.M.-12 ....................... Presentations
sandwich lunch ....................... ... and
7 P. M.-9:
"Peace as a Social System"
Prof. Boulding will be available as consultant, commentator
and resource person throughout the day.
Attenders mdy speak in the order of their
registratiorn, commencing at 10 A.M.
I'd Rather Switch
By DOUG HELLER
The Wolverine trampoline team
returned from its Christmas vaca-
tion in Florida after pretty much
living up to expectation.
Of course what had been "ex-
pected" was a clean sweep of the
first set of trials leading to the
World Championships this fall.
But while not exactly finishing
1-2-3, the squad didn't miss by
In the preliminary event, the
Clinic National Championships in
Sarasota on December 27, Michi-
gan Captain Wayne Miller finish-1
ed first and sophomore prodigy
George Huntzicker took fourth.
The next day at the World
Trials, Miller won again. It was
his third straight victory as he
had also won the Midwest Open
in Chicago earlier in the month.
Defending 'world title holder Dave
Jacobs took third. However, sand-
wiched in between the two Wol-
verines was Jim Young of South-
west Louisiana State. not Hunt-
icker who missed and took ele-
Finally in the North-South com-
I\Michigan gymnastics Coach
Newt Loken, thoroughly exhausted
after driving back from Florida.!
explained that Hunt:icker "not
only missed. he went right through
The coach went on to explain
that this result was especially
crucial since "only the top two fin-
ishers and an alternate will be
chosen to compete in the World
Championships, and they will be
decided based on the combined re-
suits of this meet and the second
trials in Lafayette. Louisiana in
petition, the Michigan team put it
all together. Huntzicker made up Eric Sevareid recently noted that "TV serves nicely as the national
for his previous miss and more as whipping boy, after LBJ, that is." At the risk of putting Mr. Sevareid
he topped Miller for first place, on the defensive again, I have a gripe against his medium: television
the captain taking second and is spoiling the American sports fan.
Dave Jacobs third in extremely Back in the "good old days" the networks threw three of the
close competition, four New Year's bowl games at you at once. At that time it was a
Meanwhile, other members of test for the nimble viewer to switch back and forth between ABC,
the gymnastic team served notice NBC, and CBS so as not to miss any action.
that they didn't go to Florida just Now, NBC has taken taken away the broken field switching by
to watch trampolinists. In the scheduling the Sugar, Rose, and Orange Bowls at non-conflicting
clinic championships, sophomore times. But I yearn for those thrilling days of yesteryear when the
standout Sid Jensen took first on living room viewer was truly an armchair quarterback.
the all-around and third on the If NBC would have relented this year and given the viewers a
parallel bars. Fred Rodney grabbed chance to ride herd on their TV sets, I would have spent my New
third in vaulting and fourth all- Years day once more jockeying for position, something like this:
around. "Hello again everybody, this is Charlie Jones from the Sugar
Jensen also took second on rings Bowl in New Orleans. Standing next to me is the beautiful queen of the
and fifth on high bar in the Sugar Bowl. What is your name? . . .
North-South meet. Click.
Over in Fort Lauderdale, still "...I'm Lindsey Nelson. I'll be working here in the Cotton Bowl
another sophomore, Ron Rapper with Pat Summarall. As our CBS cameras scan the stands you see
was second on the parallel bars the lovely Cotton Bowl queen. And, Pat, she's as beautiful as the
behind Katsutoshi Kanzaki, the Click.
Northeast Louisiana grad student ... Goodyear Blimp. It will be hovering above the Orange Bowl
from 'Tokyo. to give you those fantastic shots. We are proud to have in the stands
Also impressing Loken were today the President of the United States ..
freshmen all-around men Murray Click.
Plotkin and Ed Howard. . ... Bear Bryant. We talked to the Bear before the game and he
' said that he wanted this game so bad that if they won he would buy
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-BILL BRADLEY,
the New York Knicks' $500,000
rookie was pl aedona the injured
list by the National Basketball
Association club Tuesday night.
The action means that Bradley
must miss five games starting
Tuesday night against Cincinnati
JO IN through next Monday night's game
MARIS, outfielder was reported to
have recovered almost completely
from Bell's palsy in the right side
of his face.
The ailment, often the result of
an inflammation affecting nerves,
has been bothering Maris since
Dec. 15. He received shots intend-
ed to clear it up.
INTRODUCTORY ME ETINGS Mars has said the palsy did not
affect his sight and that he plans
MONDAY, JAN. 8 at 4:15 P.M. to move soon to Gainesville, where
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he has a beer distributorship. He!
told a newsman he hopes to make
the move early enough so he can
"get setted and be ready for spring
IES MO INES. Ion - SOUTII-
IRN CALIFORNIA took every1
first-place vote as the nation's top
college football team in balloting
by the Football Writers Assocation
of America released Wednesday.
Maury White of the Des Moines
Register president of the five-man
panel w4 hich conducted the poll,
ai E KLAOMIA was second and
l'=NNESSEE, \Shich lost to the
Sooners in the Orange Bowl, rank-
The Trojans, conquerors of Big
Tea co-champion INDIANA in the
Rose Bowl, will receive the Grant-
land Rice Trophy presented by
Dr's Friendly Book Store
b " .Wyoming. They'll be receiving while the Tigers of LSU will
be defending ... .
"... Miami Beach. Oklahoma has been here many times before.
They have a proud football heritage. Of course, they hold the NCAA
record for consecutive wins with a streak of ... .
"... 79,000. A fine crowd here in Dallas. Alabama's ready to move
now. Kenny Staebler rolls to the right. He's going to throw. He's look-
ing for his favorite receiver ....
". . .Al Hirt, New Orleans finest product. You'll see him here at
half-time. Jerry DePoyster of Wyoming is going to attempt a field goal
The ball's down, it's in the air, IT HITS .
.-..an American Airlines' 727. Now back to live action from the
Orange Bowl. Oklahoma has the ball. There's the give to Ron Shotts.
He's piled up at the line of scrimmage. There to meet him was the 4
center of the ....
. Kilgore Rangerette chorus line. We'll continue with half-
time from the Cotton Bowl in just a moment. But now a word from
Gillette, the makers of'.
C.icGranville Liggens. The fine Oklahoma All-American is
again in on the tackle. Dewey Warren brings his Tennessee team out.
He drops back, fires a pass to Richmond Flowers. He's got it and is
immediately tackled by...
. Lurleen and George Wallace. They're here to watch their
Alabama team. But Texas A&M has the lead. All afternoon they've
been in the good hands of...
All-State. Thank you Ed Reimers. Here at the Sugar Bowl,
the big story is that the Wyoming Cowboys are not undefeated any-
more. LSU has beaten it. We're talking to their fine quarterback Nelson
Stokely. Tell us about the victory. 'First let me say hello to ..'
. . the Statue of Liberty. You see it overlooking the- Orange
Bowl where the cry is that the No. 1 team is in fact .. .
"... NBC. Stay tuned for the Rose Bowl."
Then you would drop back in the chair and enjoy your reward of
an uninterrupted Rose Bowl, content that you had seen all that was
possible of three games in the time span of one.
But those days are no more. NBC is the spoiler.
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