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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BRITISH SCIENTISTS
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GRID SELECTIONS

PRO SPORTS:

Hawks Hold

Thinking of returning to the U.K.? You'll get good
straight talk about scientific opportunities from the
team of ICI scientists visiting your campus shortly.
They'll tell you about jobs available now, where they
are, how much they pay, what the housing situation
is. If you've only just arrived, you can still talk pros-
pects with them.
ICI's recruiting team
will visit your campus on

We interrupt this paper to bring you a startling bulletin-THE
GREAT PUMPKIN HAS. WE REPEAT. HAS BEEN SIGHTED. The
GREAT PUMPKIN REALLY EXISTS.
The unwavering faith of Linus has finally rewarded. His battle
against the ignorance of the world, a world filled with Santa Claus
partisans, has finally come to an end.
According to G. Oglethorpe Pembrock and his best friend and
roommate, Heethword S. Athens, who mpade this important discovery,{
the Great Pumpkin was spotted at exactly 11:47%< p.m. ("I have an
extremely exact watch," Hethword explains> .
The site was a pumpkin field 13' miles due southwest of Angell
Hall, picked earlier in the week by Pembrock as the most likely place
for the Great Pumpkin's initial visit..
Greeting them in iambic pumpkameter, he stated, "Now that my
dear friend Linus has prepared the world for my coming. I felt it was
time I made an appearance."
When further questioned as to why he chose this particular Hallo-
ween, and this particular pumpkin patch, the eminent figure's answer

Off

ST. LOUIS - The St. Louis
Hawks took advantage of Balti-
more foul trouble in the fourth
period and clipped the Bullets
114-103 in a National Basketball
Association game last night.
Baltimore grabbed the lead
from St. Louis in the last period,
but the loss on fouls of starters
Gus Johnson and Kevin Lough-
ery enabled the Hawks to regain
the lead in the last seven min-
utes.
Zelmo Beaty scored six straight:
points in the final minutes as
St. Louis pulled away. Beaty top-
ped all scorers with 28 points.
It was the ninth victory against

Minnesota evened its ABA rec-
ord at 3-3, while Houston slump-
ed to 1-4.
The Mavericks started fast
against cold-shooting Minnesota.
grabbing a 26-10 lead with four
minutes left in the first quarter.
However, the Muskies trimmed
the margin to 31-21 by the end of
the opening period. They finally
caught up at 45-45 and then took
a 59-51 halftime lead.
Minnesota boosted its lead to
81-61 before Houston cut the de-
ficit to 94-85. Then tlae Muskies
spurted again.
Mel Daniels and Terry Kunze
led the Muskies. Daniels with a

season high of 35 paints and
Kunze with 24. Art Becker notch-
ed 25 for Houston.
Colonels Continue
TEANECK, N.J. -- The Ken-
tuck Colonels raillied from 15
points behind late in the third
period and defated the New Jer-
sey Americans 107-104 in an
American Basketball Association
game last night on Howard
Bayne's three foul shots in the
final 1x2 minutes.

The Colonels, who led 51-47 at
halftime, had fallen behind dur-
ing a 28-11 New Jersey surge
before starting their comeback.
They caught up at 104 - all
on Bill Bradley's jump shot with
1:47 remaining. Bayne gave them
the lead with a free throw 24
seconds later and then closed out
the scoring with two more with
four seconds left.
Kentucky's Darel Carrier led
individual scoring with 38 points,
while Dan Anderson paced New
Jersey with 25.

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Contact them through

MISS M. D. WEBBER
Bureau of Appointments
3200 Student Activities Bldg.

was somewhat startling: "That's very simple. I had to get my Grid one loss for St. Louis, which leads
Picks entry intothe Michigan Daily by midnight on Friday, so I in the Western Division.
thought I'd kill two birds with one stone. Besides, pumpkins like prizes, .All five St. Louis starters scor-
too, and I want my chance to win those pizzas from Cottage Inn, and ed in double figures, four of them
the tickets to the Michigan Theatre now showing "To Sir With Love." bettering 20 points. Johnson top-
Pumpkin payola? ped Baltimore with 16 points.
* * *

Pro Slaiu (i
NBA
Eastern Division
Won Lost Pct.

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QUICK t(ICKSJ

UN ION-LEAGUE

1. Northwestern . . . at
MICHIGAN . . . (score)
2. Purdue at Illinois
3. Wisconsin at Indiana
4. Ohio State at Michigan State
5. Minnesota at Iowa
6. Army at Air Force
7. Navy at Notre Dame
8. Florida at Auburn
9. Southern Cal at California
10. Colorado at Oklahoma

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Duke at Georgia Tech
Florida State at Memphis State
Kansas State at Kansas
LSU at Mississippi
Mississippi State at Alabama
North Carolina State at
Virginia
Oregon State at UCLA
West Virginia at Kentucky
Miami (Fla.) at Virginia Tech
Gettysburg at Drexel Tech

lluskies Roll
MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL.
Minnesota's Muskies overcame
16-point first quarter deficit an
rode a 38-point second-period ou
burst to a 108-91 American Ba
ketball Association victory ove
the Houston Mavericks last nigh
before a sparse crowd announce
at 796,

Boston 5.0 1.000
Philadelphia 5 1 .833
Cincinnati 5 3 .62
Detroit 3 5 .500
Baltimore 3 4 .4?.9
a xNew York 1 5 .143
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lt- St. Louis 9 l .900
s- Los Angeles 5 2 .714
er xSan Francisco 6 4 .600
xSeattle I 6 .143
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d xChicago 0 8 .000
x-Late game not included.
- --aYesterday's Results
St. Louis 214, Baltimore 10
land, night.
NewaYork vs. San Franciscoa
Chicago at Seattle, night
Today's Games
St. Louis at Cincinnati
San Francisco at Detroit
Baltimore at Philadelphia
San Diego vs. Seattle at Portla
New York at Los Angeles

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Behind BILL (Butch) VAN BREDA
a
3 't2 KOLFF of the Los Angeles
5 1/ iLakers, a new coach in the Na-
tional Basketball League, said
4% IX yesterday he would "stick to my
convictions but I will not be ablej
to voice them."j
0 3 The outspoken former Prince-
ton mentor was replying to being
5 7 fined $250 by NBA Commissioner
0 J. WALTER KENNEDY "for con-
duct detrimental to the league."
03 The commissioner said Van
Breda Kolff continued to make
at Oak- statements critical of the league,
players and game officials.
"If trying to improve the cal-
iber of basketball and the league
nd, Ore.#in general is considered detri-
mental, I guess I deserve theI
fine," said Van Breda Kolff in
a statement from the Lakers' ofe-
Behind fice.
Bhn "I said that when four players
.. 2 stood around while one player
° 2'A controlled the ball, it was boring.
'4!1 "I also said that it was ridic-
ulous to let the bigger* players
% push the smaller ones around."
. * * *

claimed at his home in Mountain
View, some 40 miles south of
Candlestick Park, where he per-
forms his heroics for the San
Francisco Giants.
The award was voted yesterday
by the Baseball Writers Associa-
tion of America, and McCormick
got 18 of the 29 votes cast by the
writers - two from each league
city.. FERGUSON JENI INS of
the Chicgo Cubs and JIM BUN-
NING of the Philadelphia Phillies
got one vote each.
The heaping of honors felt good
to the veteran who had been
signed by the Giants in 1956 at
the age of 18, then fell.upon hard
times and was waived down to
the minors in 1964.
The Giants got him back last
winter in a deal with Washing-
ton of the American League.
McCormick had come west with
the Giants in 1958 and has made
his home in the Bay Area ever
since, despite his baseball travels,
ups and downs.
His decline began in 1962, when
he developed a sore arm and was
traded to Baltimore, and contin-
ued down to Rochester in the
International League.

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ABA
Eastern Division
Won Lost Pct.
6 1 .857

Buy, Sell or Trade Anything
Come to Student Offices,
2nd floor Union or call 761-7984

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2. Think you'll like life
with a naturalist?
Arnold says a pup tent
has everything you could
want in a house.

L How do you know
Arnold is serious?
He gave me his
stuffed wombat.

How about
foam on your beer?
F1 none? LI1 inch? 1.1% inches?
You'll hear some people say
there shouldn't be any head
at all. They say phooey on the
foam ... where's the beer!
They shouldn't. Not when
the beer is Beechwood Aged, anyway.
Budweiser is brewed so it will kick
up a good head of foam. Those littlej
bubbles add to the taste, the smooth-
ness, the drinkability. So pour your
Buds with about an inch-and-a-half
collar. Two inches if it's a tall glass.
Now let the foam tickle your nose
... and your taste.
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Pittsburgh 3
New Jersey 3
Kentucky 3
Western
New Orleans 4
xOakland 4
Denver 3
Dallas 2
Houston 1
xAnahein 1

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Yesterday's Results
Kentucky 107, New Jersey 104
Minnesota 108, Hobston 91
Oakland at Anaheim, inc.
Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Denver
New Jersey at Indiana

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League's outstanding pitcher of Back in the majors with Wash-
1967. ington in 1965, he had a weak 11-
"I think it is the realization of 14 season in 1966 and was dealt
every pitcher's dream," Mike ex- off to San Francisco.

Indiana

ATTENTION: FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
JUNIOR YEAR ABROAD
at FREIBURG, GERMANY
There will be an informational meeting for all
interested students tonight, Wednesday, Nov. 3 st
at 7:30 p.m. in Room 3-D of the Michigan Union.
Students who attended the program last year
and UM faculty members will be present
to answer your questions.

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Lefty MIKE McCORMICK, base-
ball's Comeback Player of the
Year, is the happy winner of the
Cy Young Award as the National

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3. What'll you do for fun?
Go on overnight
cricket hunts.

5. Yummy.
Arnold says we'll find
new meaning in the
vigor of outdoor life.

For food, it'll be
figs, curds and whey.
6. Gee, Malcolm is just the
opposite. He likes his
comforts. Before we
got engaged, he lined
up a good job; then he
got plenty of Living
Insurance from Equitable
to provide solid protec-
tion for a wife and family
and build a retirement
fund at the san-i time.

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