FRIDAY, SEPTEM$ER 29, 1997
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
A Message to My Prof:
From (Ah-choo!) California
This edition of "Striking Out" was originally intended to be an
essay concerning the relative merits of four proposed reforms in the
electoral college system, an assignment due today which I received
last Friday , in. Political Science 415. In Berkeley since Wednesday
to cover the Michigan -California game (I need a lot of time to warm
up), I figured that telephoning my paper to a cohort at The Daily
and printing it in my column would be the only way I could possibly
get it in on time.
But as luck would have it, I've seen more doctors than hip-
pies since I arrived in San Francisco complete with my toothbrush,
rimless glasses, and temperature of 102. I tuned in, turned on, and
dropped out before ever getting to Haight-Ashbury. And those
psychedelic aspirin I bought haven't helped me much either.
And so, I must plead sick; I have been unable to do any work.
My visions of possibly getting a "Letter to the Editor" from my
professor, concerning my grade and remarks about my paper, have
vanished. Not only that, I fear the cause of electoral college reform
has been struck a severe blow. What my column could have meant
in terms of publicity, few would dare say.
But, being sick here does have its encouraging aspects. In
what other health service can you buy LSD?
The Daily sports staff has struck another valiant note for
'in the interest of honesty, fair play, and a chance to get the
other side's point of view, our intrepid Daily reporter has traversed
the continent to obtain a more balanced view of this end's gridiron
Clark Norton, standing outside one of San Francisco's more re-
nowned topless establishments, appreciating the natural scenery, grew
quite enamored of the dancer performing in a glass cage 30 feet above
the pavement. Despite the fact that she was almost entirely clothed,
he seized the opportunity to engage her in conversation.
"I'm from the Michigan Daily," he blurted, "and we would like
to have your opinion on the outcomes of a few football games this
weekend." Then ,he slyly continued, "May I have your name-for
business reasons, of course?"
She, no fool, queried, "Will my mother read this?"
"Alraost everyone reads the Michigan Daily sports page" he re-
plied with a hurt tone.
"Well I'd better give you my stage name. You can call me Dinah
Myte," she leered. So he did .. .
Later, Mr. Norton actually gained from her the picks shown
below. In most cases, it may be seen, she picked the Western team.
(She picked Northwestern because she thought it was farther west
than Missouri.) Many times she hadn't heard of one team and Just
picked the team she knew; and in the case of Notre Dame, she gave a
solem look skyward as she chose the Irish.
You-, will note her choice of . Muhlenberg in the final match.
Though the Daily sports staff was split as to this game, Miss Myte
was definite. "Just call it woman's intuition," she declared.
Whether or not you trust your picks to Miss Myte's intuition, you
still have your chance to win the fabulous prizes offered to the winner
of this week's grid picks-two Cottage Inn pizzas and two tickets to
the Michigan Theater. Then when you find your evening filled with
the presence of a go-go dancer, you'll have something to do.
Unless you're a girl.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES.
By HOWARD KOHN,
and DIANA ROMANCHUK
Daily News Analysis
Special To The Daily
DETROIT-A crowd of 10,000,
turned away from the game by a
driving drizzle, lined up outside
Tiger Stadium last night to get
tickets for tonight's Tiger-Angel
Attendants exchanged the tick-
ets from two barred windows.
Aftera brief struggle, four Daily
reporters were refunded their 10
Joe Sparma (15-9) and Earl
Bookies gave Minnesota even
odds and Chicago and Boston 5-1
T he Daily edit staff indicated
the Tigers had one chance in six
of tying for the pennant. The
Tiger's chances of winning were
still being computed early this
No other sources were consulted.
Tonight's doubleheader will start
at 6 p.m. EDT. The Daily edit staff
was still computing (early this
morning) what time it would start
The Daily sports staff tried to
consult Doc Losh.
Through a crack in the locker
room door, Al "Mr. Tiger" Kaline
was seen smiling and waving at
acquaintances in the crowd out-
The field manager of Tiger Sta-
dium refuted the belief that Mayo
Smith is a computer once and for
"I seen him once." quoted the
"He was sneaking out disguised
as Mayo Sfliith," he admitted.
The hard-core fans who swam
over to the stadium were partic-
ularly disappointed because the
colorfully garbed bagpipers that
were scheduled to play the Na-
tional Anthem were forced to
cancel what was sure to be a
The vendors have had better
Sept. 29 Calif. (N) Open
Sept. 30 Calif. at ,Boston
Oct. 1 Calif. at Boston
nights, as illustrated by the girl
selling ice cream under the left-
field stands. "I've got 140 bars
left to sell .. .buy them now and
avoid the rush."
Rick Stern is not the world's
"Yanks Magic No. Is 93"
Outside the stadium, inebriated
philosphers screamed out vocal
grafitti . . . "God is everywhere"
..."Rose are red" . . "Fire!".
"Straws suck" . . . 'Bubblegum
is kid stuff" ... "Fire?" "Twiggy
is a squeeze play" . . . 'Why is
Yankee Doodle dandy?' "Fire!"
"Why is the ground rule dou-
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
Washington (N) open
ble?" "When does an infield fly.
According'to the jovial, red-
faced man behind the ticket win-
dow, the hottest seat in the house
'is across the street in the Sta-
dium Bar." He failed to elaborate.
Most of the people apparently
failed to notice the fact that im-
mediately after the game was
called, it stopped raining.
Ani7d, as our collective mamas
and papas used to say, "If 'the
Angelsthinkrthey'll sweep the
four game series, it's ju~st another
case of California dreamin.'
IM Football Score
Banishers 2, Hoover Moovers 0
Games Remn cining
DETROIT MINNESOTA CHICAGO BOSTON
Sept. 29 Calif. (2- Open Washington (n) Open
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TherDaily refused to reveal
whether it would hazard its re-
The Angels indicated they would
chance Clyde Wright (5-4) and
Jack Hamilton (9-6)".
Bookies gave the Tigers 3-1
odds at winning the pennant.
However, an uncomfirmed report
said that all four teams may aban-
don the chase. Temperatures in
the low 40's and the rain were
given as reasons.
"It's lovely weather . . . if you're
a duck," concluded the report.
Girl bands are few and far between, and to find
one that is Musially Sound and Entertainigi
Major League Standings
W L Pet. GB
y-St. Louis 98 60 .620 -
San Francisco 88 70 .557 10
Cincinnati 86 73 .541 12%
Chicago 85 73 .538 13
Philadelphia 81 77 .513 17
Pittsburgh 79 80 .497 19,2
Atlanta 77 82 .484 21 2
x-Lod Angeles 71 87 .449 27
Houston 68 91 .428 30Y_,
x-New York 59 99 .373 39
x-Late game not included.
Cincinnati 8-9, Atlanta 0-1
Philadelphia 2, San Francisco 1
St. Louis at Chicago (rain)
New York at Los Angeles (inc)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAME S
St, Louis at Atlanta (n)
Chicago at Cincinnati (n)
Houston at Pittsburgh (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Philadelphia at San Francisco (n)
California at Detroit (rain)
Washington at Chicago (n)
California at Detroit (2, t-n)
Kansas City at New York (2, t-n)
Only games scheduled
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RICK STERN (Associate Sports Editor, 13-7, .650)-Michigan, Navy, South-
ern Cal, Indiana, Nebraska, Northwestern, Pittsburgh, Wisconsin, Ohio State,
Oregon State, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Brown, Georgia, Idaho, Ohio, LSU, Cin-
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CLARK NORTON (Sports Editor, 12-8, .600)-Michigan, Navy, Southern
Cal, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, Arizona, Iowa, Notre
Dame, Tennessee, Rhode Island, Georgia, Idaho, Kent State, LSU, Memphis
State, Texas, Muhlenberg.
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