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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 5, 1968

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Page El9ht THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, March 5, 1968

Reed Calls for Study
Of Athletic Discounts
Big Ten Commissioner Bill same privileges by local theaters
Reed has indicated that athletic and campus snack bars.
discounts might be "more of a Wisconsin and Minnesota ath-
technical deviation than a clear letic directors have since admit-
violation of conference rules." ted that their athletes "may on
Reed, who spent last week in occasion receive free tickets to
Ann Arbor on a personal probe movies and other events," as well
into the alleged violations at as merchandise discounts. But
Michigan, said he wanted to talky both stressed that their atheltic
to conference. athletic directors departments don't endorse the
and faculty representatives for an practice.
evaluation of the rules' relevance The Florida Alligator, student
to discounts. newspaper at Florida, told of
"We want to be sure the in- similar practices at Florida and
tegrity of the rules is at issue," alleged that they may be in viola-
he explained. "After all, many of tion of National Collegiate Athletic
these are time-honored practices Association rules.
at many universities." Marcus Plant, of Michigan and
A copyrighted story by The president of the NCAA, told The
Daily said athletes at Michigan Daily last night that he knew of
were receiving discounts on mer- the Florida allegations, but he re-
chandise at a local clothing store fused comment on any possible
and restaurant, and free passes illegalities. Plant also refused to
at local theaters. acknowledge whether similar al-
Another story said Michigan legations have yet been made at
State athletes were given the other NCAA schools.

SPORTS SHORTS

Frazier, Benvenuti Win

Restrictions Unlimited
Title SLiving in Albert Terrace

By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Joe Frazier
connected with a short, thunder-
ous left hook in the closing min-
ute of the 11th round to stop king
sized Buster Mathis and win a
four-state piece of the world
heavyweight title last night at
Madison Square Garden.
The punch sent the bloodied
giant from Grand Rapids, Mich.,
on his back over the bottom
strand of the ropes.
Mathis barely staggered to his
feet at nine but referee Art Mer-
cante immediately halted - the
fight at 2:33 of the 11th of the
scheduled 15-rounder.
Frazier, a 2-1 favorite in the
battle of unbeaten heavies, won

recognition as world champion in
New York, Massachusetts, Maine
and Illinois.
The World Boxing Council will
not extend recognition as heavy-
weight champion of the world' to
Frazier, the president of the
council, Luis Spota, said last
night.
Spota said that as long as no
formal jail sentence is pro-
nounced by U.S. authorities
against Cassius Clay, the" council
will continue to extend its recog-
nition to him as world champion.
Earlier, Nino Benvenuti, a 2-1
underdog, sent Emile Griffith
spinning to the canvas with a
thunderous left hook in the ninth
round and then continued to
hamner away at his dazed op-
ponent for a unanimous 15-round
decision that sent the world's
middleweight boxing champion-
ship back to Italy.
* * *
Iowa Flys
MINNEAPOLIS - Slick Sam
Williams and brilliant sophomore
Chad Calabria teamed up to lead
Iowa to a 91-72 victory over Min-
nesota last night, gaining the
Hawkeyes at least a tie for the
Big Ten basketball championship.

(Continued from Page 5)
Williams broke the game wide Henderson, and Floyd Smith yes- check. Steeman still had not sent
open by scoring eight points with- terday. check. Steckabt Jan.seng
in 58 seconds midway through the Detroit also obtained the rights the 'ew check by Jan. 8. leading
secod haf. o veera defnsean, arlBlackmer to observe, "the certified
The Hawkeyes, now 10-3, close Brewer, who was reinstated as an check has not been returned and
their Big Ten season against amateur after walking out of the the City has an invalid perform-
Michigan Saturday. A win gives Leafs' training camp in 1965. ante bond."
Iowa the Big Ten title outright According to Toronto manager- Stegem-,n delivered the certified
and a berth in the NCAA tourna- coach, Punch Imlach, all three check at the end of January-five
ment. A loss slides it into a first- ex-Wings will be in the lineup months later than promised and
place tie with Ohio State. against the Philadelphia Flyers well after he had occupied most
* * * tomorrow night. of his 62 apartments.
OSU Edges Illinois Now, Albert Terrace's rugged
SCORES winter is nearly over, and John
CHAMPAIGN - Steve Howell ABA Stegeman seems none for the
and Jody Finney made free throws Houston 130, Oakland 120 worse- (Stegeman refused to com-
in the last 14 seconds of the game New Orleans 128, Indiana 118 ment on any of the alleged or
to' bring Ohio State a 67-64 Big College Basketball
Vanderbilt 115, Louisiana St. 86 convicted violations). Albert Ter-
Ten basketball victory over Illi- Tennessee 63, Mississippi St. 51 race still lacks the required park-
nois last night. Kansas 85, Oklahoma 80, overtime ing and city inspectors have dis-
The triumph kept the Buckeyes Missouri 60, Oklahoma State 58 ingeand ity ieton hae dis-
alio " +a ;+l Mne [2i~i n1 _A Kansas State 63, Iowa State 61 covered its ventilation system vio-

lr tes city code. But on the brighter
side, the bond issue is over and
city councilmen expect the re-
zoning proposal to pass.
The building business is so lucra-
tive Stegeman has even applied
for a permit to build a new apart-
ment complex right around the
corner from Albert Terrace, on
Walnut Street.
Albert Terrace's history may be
more the exception than the rule
in the local building trade ("It's
the biggest file I've had to date,"
claims Blackmer) but so far noth-
ing and no one can stop it from
happening again.
"We'll just have to look out bet-
ter from now on," Blackmer says.
"It's more profitable to break the
law than to obey it."

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Big Ten Standings

Iowa
Ohio State
Wisconsin
Purdue
Northwestern
Illinois
Michigan State
'MICHIGAN
Minnesota
Indiana

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alive mn the title cnase with a 10-4
record as they closed their con-
ference campaign.
The Buckeyes, led by Howell
with 25 points and Bill Hoskets
with 19, grabbed a 36-34 half-
time lead. The lead bounced back
and forth and changed 11 times
in the final 13 minutes.
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Wings Tr
TORONTO -
Maple Leafs
Hockey League
hovlich, Gary
Stemkowski to-
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Atlas Chemcal Industries, Inc.
DeSoto, Inc.
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Ingersoll-Rand Co.
Lawrence Radiation Lab.
Parke, Davis & Company
Scott Paper Co.
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Northern Natural Gas Company
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Atlantic Richfield Company -
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Southern California Edison Co.
IIT Research Institute
Illinois Tool Works Inc.
McDonnell Douglas Corp. -
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The Metropolitan Sanitary District
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Molmec, Inc.
Sparton Electronics
Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc.
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