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Page Ten

THEMICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 8, 1968

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Mexico City welcomes

U.

Olympians

MEXICO CITY W) - The "Star
Spangled Banner" rang out over
Olympic' Village for the first time
yesterday and the head of .Amer-.
ica's potent sports army warned
Mexicans they had better get used
to it.
"This is the finest Olympic
team 'ever fielded by the United
States," said Douglas F. Roby of

Detroit, president of the U. S.
Olympic Committee, at the offi-
cial flag-raising ceremonies.
The U.S. ambassador to Mexico,
Fulton Freeman, who also partici-
pated in the early morning ritual
atop one of the Aztec pyramids,
called upon all American athletes
to exercise team spirit and co-
operate with one another.

While he declined to use the y
words, "black" and "white," this jT'
was an apparent reference to the
early threat of black athletes at G ri d i I t
first to boycott and then perhaps
stage_ a demonstration at the
rgatmet dmtizh ii A great tradition has been tossed asunder by the cruel and fateful
righs mvemet, andof Mother Chance.
eefntreliatedow accordinghndyes, it is as we had always feared, for we knew this last bastion
to both top U.S. officials and mill-ofMaEteshdofllomay
tants of the black movement. Now it bias happened, loyal readers. A vegetarian has won Gridde
Some 200 of America's finest-: Pickings.

the men dapper in blue jackets
and gray slacks ,the women eye-
catching in red coats, white vests
and blue skirts-assembled at the
plaza of the flags to receive their
official welcome.
Javier Miranda ,governor of the
village, spoke the words of greet-
ing throwing open Mexico's gates
of hospitality. "This your home,"
he said. "I bid you welcome."
Then Roby, calling himself a
member of the class of 1920, took
the rostrum to declare that no
team in the Games has been
better 'trained for the rigorous
two-week competition following
official opening ceremonies Sa-
turday.,
Freeman spoke of the good re-
lationship between the U.S. and
Mexican governments and then
turned his attention to the ath-
letes themselves.
"We hope you will exercise team
spirit, not just as a basketball
team or a crew," he said, "but
as an entire team. You must lift
up your fellow athlete when he is

Ah, how harsh it sounds lying here on this printed page, How
unresponsive to that which has gone before in making Gridde Pick-
ings such a wonderful and marvelous tradition among those who
creep on this campus.
There were those who thought that Meat Eaters might reign
supreme forever. But, alas, spinach, broccoli, and the lowly chard
will have their day.
This week's vegetarian winner is Bob Kotler, nick-named "the
mad Crawdad" by his roommates at 415 East Hoover. Bob wins a
Cottage Inn pizza complete with carrying case, and local bookies are
giving 9-1 that he goes for green pepper on his pizza.
There is little else for me to say now, except to entreat all true-
red Meat Eaters within miles around to enter Gridde Pickings this i
week and wrest the title from Kotler the Heretic.'
For, as the Bard put it so well hundreds of years ago today,
"Eat Montana Beef."

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1. Michigan State at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2. Illinois at Minnesota
3. Indiana at Iowa
4. Northwestern at Notre Dame
5. Purdue at Ohio State
6. Utah State at Wisconsin
7. Kansas at Nebraska
8. Navy vs. Air Force
9. Mississippi at Georgia
10. Tennessee at Georgia Tech

11. Wake Forest at Virginia Tech

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

Oklahoma vs. Texas
Connecticut at Davidson
Delaware at Buffalo
Princeton at Dartmouth
Auburn at Clemson
Tulsa at Louisville
North Carolina at Maryland
Iowa State at Kansas State
Drexel Tech at Rensselear
Polytech

Staite Street on the

re.tmpus

Dai
George Hloey (12), Wolverine defensive halfback
on the heels of. his blocker, linebacker Cecil Pryor
a 63-yard punt return against Navy -Saturday. TI
Michigan's first touchdown in the .32-9 cremation

Professional Stanidings

New Yoi
Bopston
Miami
Houston
Buffalo
Oakland
San Diegi
Ciflinnat
Denver'

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
WV L T Pct.
k" 3, 1 0 .7501
2 2 .0 .500
1 3 0F .250
1 4 0 .200
1 4 0 .200
Western Division
4 0 0 1.0001
0 3 1 0 .7501
ti 2 3 0 .400
1 3 0 .250

Pts. OP
125 107
77 112
58 126
81 114
*80 151
160 53
110 60
88 103'

Ceitur,
Cleveland 2
New Orleans 1
St. Louis 1
Pittsburgh 0
Western
Coastal
Baltimore 4
Los Angeles 4
San Francisco' 2
Atlanta 0

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Saturday's Results
New York 23, San Diego 20
Kansas City 18; Buffalo 7
Sunday's Results
Oakland 41, Boston 10
Denver 10, Cncinnati 7
Miami 24, Houston 7
Saturday's Games
Buffalo at Miami, night
Sunday's Games
Cincinnati at Kansas City
Denver at New York
Houston at Boston
San Diego at Oakland
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Conference
Capitol Division
W LT Pet.
Dallas .410, 0 1.0001
New York 4 0 0 1.0001
Washington 2 2 0 .500
Philadelphia 0 4 0 .000

65 Central
"' Minnesota 3
Detroit 2
Green= Bay 2
Chicago1
Sat urday
Cleveland 31, Pittsb
Sunday!
Baltimore, 28, Chic;
D)allas 27, St. Loom
Minnesota 24, Detr
Green Bay 38, Ath
New oYrk 38, New
Washington 17, Ph.
Los Angeles 24, San
1Sunday
Baltimore at San
Detroit at Chicago
Los Angeles vs. Grei
3P Minnesota at New
13 New York at Atlas
17 Philadelphia at Da
!7 Pittsburgh at Was]
!6 St. Louis at Cleve]

Pts. 0
159 4;
154 8'
93 12'
65 121

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