TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1967
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1967 TIlE MIChIGAN DAILY
Priority Basis Decides
Distribution for Students
NL Judges AL Expansion Move
By BOB MVcFARLAND
Executive Sports Editor
The first scramble for season
basketball tickets will begin at
8:30 a.m. tomorrow when the
doors of the Atheltic Administra-
tion Building, at the corner of
Hoover and State, open to stu-
dents and those of Matt Mann
Pool are unlocked to the Uni-,
Hosting a dozen games in "the
house that Cazzie built," the Wol-
verine cagers will play their home
opener against Kentucky on De-
With both student and staff
ducats priced at only six dollars
for the first basketball campaign
in the new University Events
Building, the season admission4
charge marks a substantial re-
duction over past prices for the
Previously, the two groups were
allowed to buy tickets only on an
Individual game basis, at the
price of one dollar per contest,
or to purchase 'a season ticket at
the same rate as the general pub-
The ,admission fee will remain
the same for single game tickets,
while season prices drop to an
average of fifty cents per game.
Student tickets will be dis-
By The Associated Press
Oregon State wrecled college
football's "Game of the Year"
by shocking Southern California,
3-0, Saturday, and reduced this
week's meeting between the Tro-
jans and UCLA, previously tied
by Oregon State, to deciding the
Rose Bowl entrant from thePa-
Unbeaten Wyoming, waltzing
towards the Western Athletic
Conference title and a possible
Sugar Bowl bid, blasted New
Mexico 42-6. Oklahoma took over,
the lead in the Big Eight Con-
ference by burying Iowa State
52-14, as previously unbeaten'
Kansas fell to Colorado, 12-8.
Texas downed Baylor 24-0 and
moved into a tie for the Southwest
Conference lead with Texas A&M.
Alabama remained a likely
choice for the Sugar Bowl, knock-
ing off Louisiana State, 7-6.
tributed on a priority system
exactly like the one used for foot-
ball allocations. Each student's
identification card indicates the
first year of registration at the
University. This figure is located
at the right of the student num-
ber. The priorities are as follows:
Pritority No. 4 will have a 4.
Priority No. 3 will have a 5.
Priority No. 2 will have a 6
Priority No. 1 will have a 7.
Priority No. 4 will be sold tickets
from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
tomorrow. Priority No. 3 can buy
season tickets tommorrow from
12:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. The
front doors of the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building will be
marked to indicate the proper
4 Priority No. 2 allocations for
students will be Thursday from
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Priority
No. 1 may purchase tickets from
12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Thurs-
All staff tickets will be dis-
tributed at the 'ticket windows of
Matt Mann Pool, between the
hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
tomorrow, only, on a first come,
first served basis. An employee
will be allowed to purchase for
self, spouse, and no more than
A student will be permitted to
purchase a maximum of four
tickets with four I.D.'s, all of the
proper priority number. Students.
with different priorities, who wish
to -sit together, should pick -ap
tickets at the time indicated for
the lowest priority number in the
group, with the same maximum of
Checks should be made out to
the Michigan Ticket Department
in advance, with the proper
amount and one's address there-
The general public may pur-
chase season tickets by mail ap-
plication, at the price of' $24.00..
Ducats for individual games are
prices at $2.50 for this group.
Priority No. 4 seats will begin
at center court in the gold sec-
tion. The theatre-type chairs for
staff and students will all be
.located on the west side of the
lavish $6.7 million arena.
If chair installation in the new
building is delayed, some minor
shifting in seat locations may be
necessary for the first few games.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR
CHICAGO OP) - The National ren Giles said he wanted to clear
League, virtually slapping the the air about Seattle with this
wrist of the American League for statement:
rulg-breaking in its independent "The major league rules pro-
move to expand, announced yes- , vide that before a major league
terday it would not contest the makes a committment, or takes,
junior circuit's beachhead in any official action to expand, its
Seattle. program will be presented to and.
The AL last month voted to discussed at a joint meeting."
shift the Kansas City franchise "The resolutions adopted by the
to Oakland, Calif., and to grant American League on Oct. 18-19:
franchises opearable in 1969 to providing for transfer of the
Kansas City and Seattle. Kansas City club to Oakland and:
Representatives of the senior for expansion of the American
circuit net yesterday for expan- League to Kansas City and;
sion talks at a special meeting Seattle involves a commitment'
which grew out of the pressure and official action by the Amer-
generated by t h e American ican League prior to a joint meet-
League. ing which is contrary to the rule
National League President War- and we will not oppose expansion-
of the American League to Kansas!
City and Seattle announced i s
resolutions," he said.
The meeting resumed with Giles
insisting that "we haven't even
decided to expand let alone talk
about possible new franchise;
San Diego, Milwaukee, Dalls-
Fort Worth, Buffalo, N.Y., and
Montreal have been mentioned if
"We are exchanging ideas and
if we decide on expansion we will
set up a timetable." Giles said.
"But nothing is going to be for- I
malized until the joint major
league meetings in Mexico City
later this month."
"If we decide to expand then
we will select two cities so ea
league will have 12 clubs," G
added. "We want to do eve
thing in an orderly fashion."
The meeting ended with
pansion still up in the air.
"We just discussed expans
and no vote was taken but
would say there was sentim
for expansion," said Giles.
will have a joint meeting on N
30 in Mexico City. The next c
the National League will in
on its own and expansion ag
will be discussed.
"I do know that there will be
franchises granted at Mexico C
if we do decide to expand k
cause we cannot move that fa
DUCATS GO UP FOR GRAB
The inevitable has happened, From the hundreds of grid pi
entries which flooded The Daily sport staff last week, have comet
with the identical winning score. A tie in Grid Picks. What is t
world coming to. Both Peter Jacob and Al Leichtman managed to1
16 out of 20 right. In the tie-breaker, the Michigan-Illinois score,t
two fearless prognosticaters were equally as close. Jacob said it wo
be Michigan 20, Illinois 14 and Leichtman predicted Michigan wo
win 21-13. Rarely has the sports staff been faced with such a diffi
After much thought, The Daily Brain Trust decided, in an t
precedented, landmark decision, to award a prize to each of the w
ners. Thanks are in order to Cottage Inn, who, through the wonder
modern pizza making, has come up with six pizzas for our winn
(Even though they don't know about it yet.) To Jacob, goes the regu
award of two pizzas and two free tickets to the Michigan Theatre. A
four, that's right four, pizzas go to Leichtman.
Get on the pizza-theatre bandwagon by submitting your winn
entry to the hallowed halls of 420 Maynard St. before Friday at m
night. And please, somebody win. Don't force the sports staff to m
another decision. Twice in two weeks could be fatal.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
IN TERFRATERNITY COUNCIL
lid- E. .KNOWLES
1. MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
2. Iowa at Ohio St.
3. Michigan St. at Purdue
4. Indiana at Minnesota
5. Illinois at Northwestern
6. UCLA at USC
7. S. Carolina at Alabama
8. Auburn at Georgia
9. N. Carolina St. at Clemson
10. Kentucky at Florida
Notre Dame at Georgia Tec
Kansas at Oklahoma
Mississippi at Tennessee
Nebraska at Missouri
New Mexico St. at New Mex
N. Carolina at Duke
Oregon St. at Oregon
Utah St. at Utah
Baylor at Texas Tech
Moravian at Muhlenberg
TODAY OR TOMORROW
VOTE FOR 4
GRAD STUDENTS VOTE,