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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, January 15, 1969

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Elastic
By ROBIN WRIGHT
One of this year's additions to
the Michigan basketball team is
a "Bird" that flys high.
Rich Carter - nicknamed Bird
because of his jumping ability -
is a junior transfer from F o r t
Dodge Junior college in Iow4. Car-
ter has been a powerful addition
to the t e a m defensively, while
averaging 10 points a game.
Noted for his elastic legs, Car-
ter is tough competition for larg-
er opponents despite h i s small
6'1 frame.
He explained that his size is not
a serious handicap. "I'm a natural
jumper. I can't muscle anyone, so
I have to outthink them. I play
a strong fundamental game."
Carter, who lives basketball
year round, acknowledged that "I
couldn't go to college without bas-
ketball. I'm playing to get an ed-
ucation.
"I love the game, but I have no
great desire to play pro ball. Be-
sides, I'm too small," he added.
"But I have five brothersand
sisters, so it would have b e e n
hard for me to go to a Big Ten
school without a scholarship. And
my whole dream has been to play
in the Big Ten."

bird builds cagers high nest

added. "The more we believe in helping people. "My major at fort things I've been fortunate enough
each other the more we'll begin Dodge was sociology - but I got to learn from people like my high
to think alike and act like a so hung up over other people's school coach Fred Snowden (now
team." problems that when I came to Michigan's assistant basketball
Like most athletes, Carter con- Michigan I changed to elementary coach). If he hadn't been around,
centrates on team plays before a education. I might have turned out like a lot
game. He remarked, "I think "In education I can still help of the hoods where I lived."
about what I did wrong at the people - only I can reach them' Carter's experiences at F o r t
last game, and how I can improve. at an earlier stage - and without Dodge led h i m to believe that
I'm always nervous - if ever I'm| getting ulcers too early. "There isn't much difference be-
not I know I'm not really ready "I think young people n e e d tween people. Fort Dodge was the
for that game. someone to look up to, especially first time I'd lived in the heart
"I used to be superstitious. I in the ghettoes - where people of the 'white world' and it made
ketarbe adaon yoften don't have enough time foroftewieordanitme
kept a rubber band around my their kids," he added gme realize that everyone wants
wrist during all the games. But ti want particularly to work i. the same things out of life.
then I realized that it's all men- the ghetto because I grew up :n "Prejudice exists only because
tal." a Detroit project area and I think of ignorance and poor communca-
A sincere person, Carter de- I understand how important it is tion between people. I think
scribes himself as "lighthearted. for kids to have someone express stereotypes are dying with the in-
I'm always me - I don't change an interest and concern in them." creasing awareness of an indivd-
around different people." He went He went on to comment. 'I want ual as more important t h a n a
on to explain, "I value friendships E to instill in y o u n g people the group."
more than anything.
"I believe in the saying that no
man is an island - and that ev-
eryone needs friends. So, I con-Hoosiers upset Wildcats*
sider everyone my friend until heI
proves otherwise." !ries r llr in0
basketball. Teammate Bill Frau-
man described Carter as "the mo4t
unselfish b a 11 player I've ever BLOOMINGTON () - Indiana Georgia Tech 101-70 behind a
known." uncorked 14 straight points to fast-breaking offense and a rug-
Carter also "has a thing" about take a 15-8 lead over Northwester- ged man-to-man defense.
-_-ern last night and went on to Taking the lead early in the
-- i capture an 87-70 Big Ten basket- game, the Tar Heels expanded
ball victory, the first Hoosier win their 56-33 halftime margin by as
I in four starts. much as 42 points in the second

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RICH CARTER

Carter has strong faith in the
team's ability. He explained, "I
never believe that we can't win if
there is any time remaining on
the clock. To be a good team mem-
ber I must believe in all the guys.
"Our main trouble h a s been
getting together in the game," hej

MICHIGAN'S JUMPING JACK Rich Carter (25) stretches along
with teammate Rudy Tomjanovich for a rebound during, the
Wolverines' heart-stopping 89-87 verdict over Indiana. Although
only 6-1, Carter can consistently outjump considerably taller
foes, and for this reason is a valuable defensive asset to the
Michigan cagers.

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Sponsored by:
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REGISTRATION-WINTER 1969
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the following week on Wed. and Thurs., Jan. 15 and 16, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
For information and registration after the .16th please call instructor. (Fees:
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No. 1. BASIC JUDAISM-JEWISH ETHICS. Dr. Joseph. Reif. (663-5183) Wednesday 7-8:30 p.m.
No. 2. SELECTED SUGIYOT IN TALMUD. Dr. Reif. Tuesday 7-8:30 p.m.
No. 3. STUDIES IN BIBLICAL LITERATURE: THE PROPHECY. Mr. Shur (668-6935)
or Mr. Harel (665-2659). Time to be arranged.
No. 4. CONTEMPORARY HISTORY AND THOUGHT. Mr. Joseph Ben-Dok and Dr. Robert Lapin
(663-0677) Thursday 7:30-9 p.m.
No. 5. JUDAISM AND THE SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION. Mr. Harrison. (663-3448) Tuesday
7-8:30 p.m.
No. 6. INTERDISCIPLINARY SEMINAR ON JEWISH-ARAB RELATIONS. Mr. Ben-Dak.
761-1097 or 764-7480). Time to be arranged.
No. 7. PERSPECTIVES ON THE CONTEMPORARY JEW. Mr. Harrison. Faculty and.
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No. 8. INTRODUCTION TO MODERN LITERARY YIDDISH. Dr. Charles Krahmalkov. (663-9123)
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No. 9. INTERMEDIATE MODERN LITERARY YIDDISH. Dr. Krahmalkov. Time to be arranged.
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Joe Cooke, 6-foot-3 junior from
Toledo, led the Indiana attack
with 32 points, the most he's ever
scored in a Hoosier uniform.
Cooke made 14 of his 21 field
goal tries and missed two free
throws in six attempts.
Dale Kelley paced Northwest-
ern with 22 points, hitting 9 of 17
from the floor and 4 of 5 free
throw attempts.
ATLANTA ( P)-North Carolina
demonstrated last night why it is
No. 2 in basketball - whipping
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half as Olympic standout Charlie
Scott led Carolina with 30 points.
Scott was supported by Bill
Bunting's 22 points and Dick Gru-
ber's 16 points, as reserves from
both teams finished the game.
Tech's only offensive threat
came from sophomore star Rich
Yunkus, who collected 28 points
in a game marked by a total of
42 personal fouls.
The Tar Heel victory is their
12th this season against only one
setback. The Yellow Jackets' sea-
son record now stands at 3-7.
Big Ten Standings

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Atlast..

ob Lees d

Well, it took a little doing, but I finally got my first letter to the
editor:
Dear Sir:
I was very impressed by the fable about The Power by As-
sociate Sports Editor Bob Lees published on January 9. It was a
very clever story, and I enjoyed it very much.
It is such a good story that I almost can't blame Mr. Lees
for not saying that he didn't write the story. The story was
originally written in a slightly different form by Fredric Brown
and published in his book, Nightmares and Geezenstacks. It's
been a long time since I read the original story, and I'm not sure
of the title, but I think it was named "The Power."
At any rate, it's pretty sad when a college newspaper has to
resort to plagiarism.
Sincerely,

Purdue
Ohio State
MICH.
Illinois
Northw't'n
Iowa
Minnesota
Mich. St.
Wisconsin
Indiana

Big Ten All
W L Pt. W
2 0 1.000 9
2 0 1.000 8
2 1 .667 8
2 1 .667 11
1 1 .500 9
1 1 .500 7
1 1 .500 7
1 1 .500 5
0 3 .000 5
0 3 .000 4

Games
L Pct.
3 .750
2 .8001
4 .667
1 .917
2 .8181
4 .6361
5 .583
5 .5001
7 .417 1
8 .3331

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Indiana 87, Northwestern 70
Iowa 77, Michigan State 76
Wisconsin 68, Minnesota 61

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OTHER GAMES
North Carolina 101, Georgia Tech 70
Texas A&M 76, Southern Methodist 75
D~rake 69, Cincinnati 64
Rice 71, Texas Christian 64
Western Mich. 75, Central Mich. 64
Eastern Mich. 89, Northern Mich. 68
Grand Valley St. 97, Spring Arbor 91
Columbia 103, Georgetown 62
Philadelphia Textile 85, New Paltz 51
Wash, and Jeff. 65, Case 58
Southern Univ. 88, Jackson St. 84
GO MAIZE!

That's the letter (edited just a bit). And do you know something?
Mr. Cornfeld is absolutely correct. I read that story-or rather I re-
read it-during semester break when I was abed with the flu. Mr.
Cornfeld and I seem to share similar literary interests, as I discovered
when I talked to 'him on the phone, and both of us had bought-the
Brown book many years ago, when a good paperback could be had
for 40 cents.
Anyway, Mr. Cornfeld is not alone in his discovery-and in-
dignation. Several other students have approached me the past few
days about the same topic, much to my delight and interest. For I
had several reasons for writing (or should it be "plagiarizing?") that
article:
One, the one that my staff was interested in, was recruiting.,
As the title said, I was trying to drum up interest in joining the
sports staff. I'm still drumming up interest in the sports staff.
We have good writers and editors now; we'd like lots more. If
you're interested in working with us, let us know. Call up 'the
Daily, at 764-0555, and ask for me or Dave Weir. Or drop in at
420 Maynard, on late afternoons or in the evening.
The other reason was kind of personal. You see, I've always been
a kind of nut about science fiction and fantasy literature, and I'ves
been convinced that a large segment of the population here are, too.
There's a course now in Fantasy Literature, in which I am enrolled,
that demonstrates much interest in such topics. The response I've
been getting from Mr. Cornfeld and others indicates that there is
lots more.
At one point I felt that there were just a very few people in-
terested in this "junk," as my mother calls it.
Now I don't feel so lonely.

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JANUARY 18, 19, 20
WASHINGTON MOBILIZATION
Sat., Jan. 18: Workshops & Teach-in on Imperialism,
Paris Peace Talks, etc.
Sun., Jan. 19: Counter-Inaugural March
Counter-Inaugural Ball (free)
Mon., Jan. 20: Protest along inaugural parade route
Tues., Jan. 21: Protest of Military occupation of ghetto in
Wilmington, Delaware (coordinated by People
Against Racism, PAR)
BUY TICKETS NOW !
"FISHBOWL" or Rm. 2527 SAB
$15 roundtrip fare (rental cars, not buses)
Leave Jan. 17th or 18th, return Jan. 19, 20, 21, or 22
Free food, Free housing
Sponsored by Mobilization Committee 761-3252 or 769-1400

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