THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 19(i
THE MICHIGAN DAILY TIITJRSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1967
Whatever happened to demented quaddies.
Has even this last bastion of dementia disappeared from the
campus comminity. Is the quad no longer a testing ground for
the Institute of Social Research. Will housemothers have died in
I recently held a contest through this column which offered a
prize to the reader who could find the most mistakes in an imaginary
basketball game, a ploy designed to elicit "Letters to the Editor."
After plowing through a veritable trickle of answers, a winner has
finally emerged from the rubble. But it would have been embarrass-
ing if I'd offered a prize to the top three contestants. Michigan has
crowned as many homecoming queens as my contest had entries.
But that was almost to be expected. I couldn't get over two
letters if I was Santa Claus. The surprising thing is that not one
quaddie blew his mind trying to win the two free pizzas from
Cottage Inn, two Michigan Theatre tickets, and a giant bottle
of vitamin pills. Maybe I should have offered an all-expenses
paid week in Auditorium D.
The winning entry was submitted by Ronald Gerard, a law stu-
dent, who located 22 mistakes. Gerard should make a good lawyer,
because there were only 19 in all. Actually Gerard correctly spotted
15 errors, managing to invent a few of his own, but finished well
ahead of his nearest (and only) competition.
For those red-eyed quaddies who may still be locked in the library
attempting to find the mistakes, here they are:
1. "Stretch" Murphy's first name was Charles, not William.
2. Murphy's college coach was "Piggy," not "Porkie" Lam-
3. Johnny Wooden is the present coach of UCLA, not USC
4. Duke Slater was an All-American football player, not
5. Slater was famed for not wearing a helmet, rather than
6. Cazzie Russell was not nicknamed "Old 98" (Tom Har-
7. Jerry Lucas' hometown was Middletown, not Middleton,
8. Terry Dischinger's name is not spelled "Dishinger."
9. Walt Bellamy plays for the New York Knicks, not the
10. Bellamy is 6'11", not 7 feet.
11. Dunking the ball is against the rules and would not count
12. The "crease'' is an area in ice hockey, not basketball.
13. Branch McCracken's first name is "Branch," his nick-
name "Doc," rather than vice-versa.
14. The institution is "Indiana University" rather than the
"University of Indiana."
15-16. Andy Phillip's name is not spelled "Philip."
17. The great Illinois team was the "Whiz Kids" rather than
the "Quiz Kids."
18. Jimmy Rayl went to Kokomo High, rather than Muncie
19. The length of a basketball game is 40 minutes, not 45.
Hear Charles Bolduc, member of the
national executive committee of Young
Socialist Alliance speaking on:
"CHE GUEVARA and the
LATIN AMERICAN REVOLUTION"
TODAY-Thurs., Nov. 30-2 P.M.
Rm. 3A, Union
Wings Rip R~
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Ted Hampson's
tie-breaking goal late in the sec-
ond period and a third period tally
by Paul Henderson carried the De-
troit Red Wings to a 3-1 National
Hockey League victory over the
New York Rangers last night.
Hampson broke a 1-1 tie with
just over two minutes remaining
in the second period, taking a pass
from Bert Marshall, using Ranger
defenseman Arnie Brown for a
screen and drilling a 40-foot
angled shot past goalie Gilles Vil-
lemure from the left side.
The third period was less than
1 1/ minutes old when Henderson
shot up the middle, passed to
Bruce MacGregor and took a re-
turn pass before drilling the wrap-
up goal from 30 feet out.
The Rangers spotted the Wings
a power play goal early in the sec-
ond period, then tied it on Bob
Nevin's tally at 16:08. Nevin fed
linemate Don Marshall along the
left boards, took Marshall's return
pass and beat Detroit goalie Roy
Edwards with a 40-foot drive.
Detroit3, New York esus
Toronto 2, Montreal I
Boston 5, Minnesota I
Ciao3, Philadelphia I
Pittsburgh 6, Oakland i
St. Louis 3, Los Angeles 2
Minnesota at Montreal
Toronto at Detroit
Oakland at Philadelphia
DETROIT-Dave Bing dropped
in 13 points and Eddie Miles 10
in the final period as the Detroit
Pistons fought off the Los Angeles
Lakers 126-123 in a National Bas-
ketball Association game last
The Pistons, leading 92-84 after
three quarters, ran into serious
foul trouble in the final quarter
as the Laker stormed back to tie
at 110 and then pull within a point
of another tie with 1:26 remaining.
Elgin Baylor paced the hot-
shooting Lakers, who in one
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
stretch in the final quarter made
10 out of 12 shots, into the 110 tie
with 5:16 to go. A DeBusschere
free throw put Detroit ahead, and
the Pistons never lost the lead the
rest of the way.
Bing and Miles each had 32
points and DeBusschere tossed in
26. Baylor had 30 with Jerry West
Detroit 127, Los Angeles 123
New York 119, Cincinnati 99
San Francisco 113, Philadelphia 95
St. Louis at San Diego
Beginning Sun., Dec. 3,
the Mich. Union will stop
cashing checks drawn, on
local area banks.
Checks will again be
Jan. 2 when presented
with a winter term
certified I D. card
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