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October 11, 1968 - Image 10

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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, October 1 1, 1968

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Fridciy, October 11, 1968

Fans greet Series champs

(Continued from page 1) the rumor swept through the
horns, whistles, and assorted crowd that the Tigers weren't go-
noise-makers that Charley Max- ing to land anywhere near De-
well must have been able to hear troit. "Hell," said an old black
in Paw Paw. man. "I've given them Tigers half
"Why'd I come? Because I a my life. The least they can do is
wanted to be in on the excite- let me yell at'em when they win."
ment and everything," said An- "I could of just as well stayed
nette Donar. a student at the Uni- home and taken pictures of my
versity of Detroit. "Besides, I television set," declared a fat
think Dick McAuliffe's cute." woman with a pennant stuck into
Apparently the Tigers have at- the back of her slacks. "I'm pret-
tracted some fans not because of ty mad at those Tigers."
their baseball, but because of But by 9:00 most of the fans
their bodies. were heading back into the gi-
"Did you see Freehan on TV?" gantic traffic snarl and confetti
said one California-ish girl. "What heap that was Detroit. A few who
a bod! I was goin' nuts!" didn't trust the reports that the
But the fans who came for au- Bengals were to land in Toledo,
tographs, and those who came to sped over to Willow Run along
see the bodies, and those who with Governor Romney, Detroit
came to just have a nice time Mayor Jerome Cavanaugh, and
were all pretty disappointed when other dignitaries who seemed to
have the inside track.
There the World Champions fin-
Bulletin ally descended from their huge
DC-8 amid loud applause and
ST. LOUIS (-) - Catcher hearty cheers from the faithful.
Johnny Edwards, pitcher Wayne Romney stood at the base of
Granger and outfielder-first the disembarking ramp and told
baseman Bobby Tolan walked each player "You have made all
aroundthe St. Louis Cardinal of Michigan proud of you. Con-
clubhouse yesterday saying gratulations."I
goodbye after learning they Cavanaugh said, "I've been ex-
had been traded. cited since the ninth inning of
today's game. This a really some-
thing for an old baseball fan like
me."
The Tigers looked very, very
Uhappy, if a little weary. Gates

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-Daily-Andy Sacks
Denny McLain, winner of 31 games during the regular season and
an accomplished organist, disembarks from the Tiger DC-. He
was wearing -sunglasses before he walked into the crowd but some
girl snatched them off of his head for a nice souvenir.

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THURSDAY
Vth Forum

Brown gave the V signal to his
fans. Bill Freehan shook hands
with the fans and looked like he
might have had some sizeable nips
of champagne.
Two buses transported the team
members and their wives back to
Detroit.

Lolich: Player of the Series

The

onderful

Tigers..

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Delta Gamma
extends an
All-Campus Invitation
to a
Lawn Dance/Open House
Oct. 12th

after the State Game

4-6 P.M.
1800 WASHTENP
featuring the "HAPPINES

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-Daily-Andy Sacks
Freaks in Chicago? Not on your life, baby. These are real, true-
blue Tiger fans, showing their loyalty at Willow Run Airport 'last
night. The 'V' sign has now been used by everyone for every
cause from Winston Churchill to Jerry Rubih) to Gates Brown.

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to tap a.keg

(and tie into the best reason in the world to drink beer)

Stanley nails Brock at 2nd

Pick up a half-barrel of Bude
(good for about 245 12-ounce cups
... with foam) and the tapping equip-
ment on'the day of the party. Just
set the beer in a tub of ice to keep
it cold.

2 Just before the party begins, tap
your beer. First, make sure the
beer faucet is, closed (you wouldn't
want to waste a drop of Beechwood
Aged Bud!). Then, insert the faucet-
and-pump unit into the upper valve
of the keg, give it a quarter turn
clockwisei and lock it in place by
tightening the lower wing nut.
Next, insert the lager tap
in the lower valve of the
keg and give it a quarter turn.
Now, set the keg upright in a
tub and pack ice around it.
You're now ready to draw
beer. Pump pressure to the
proper point for good draw,
usually about 15 lbs. That's all
there is to it, but there's no rule
against sampling just to make
sure everything is perfect.
Ahhhhh! It's no wonder you'll
find more taverns with the
famous "Bud on Draught" sign
than any other!

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