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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDlAY, OCTOBR 1. 1965u

RAGE TEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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N Frosh Dialogue
In Good Old Yost
"But Yost Fieldhouse is important," one frosh said to the other,
with a sweeping gesture that took in all of the musty building.
"I've heard that the roof leaks, and the pigeons are sort of a
nuisance if you don't wear a hat,"- the other replied.
"Well after all, you can't have everything. Even the Intramural
Gym roof leaks."
"That's true, but what about all this dirt and stuff . . . you
know.. . who wants to go to a basketball game and come back
looking like you ran last in a horse race on a rainy day. Do they
ever clean up in here? This place looks like it has been untouched
since the last basketball game. I mean, the team names are still
up on the scoreboard, and the litter is still piled up in the corner."
"Well, I guess it could be a little cleaner, but think of the tradi-
tion and stuff that is inside these walls."
"Yeah, like the dirt."
Great Teams Played Here
"Think of all the great teams that have played in this gym over
the past few decades. Some of the really great college stars of all
time have played under this roof. It was good enough for them, it's
good enough for us. Besides in just a couple more years we are going
to have a new fieldhouse over by the Stadium."
"Where is the Stadium any way? I never got football tickets
'cause I missed the line in Waterman Gym during registration."
(Passage of time. Both frosh walk down to Ferry Field and climb
to the top of the mountain of dirt overlooking what will be' the Uni-
versity Events Building in just a "matter of time.")
"Hey, this just looks like a big hole to me."

Giants' Cepeda Trips Reds in Ninth

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SAN FRANCISCO (R) - Pinch-
hitter Orlando Cepeda belted a
two-run homer with one out in
the ninth inning yesterday, lifting
the Giants to a 5-3 victory over
the Cincinnati Reds.
Cepeda, who had played only
30 games all season because of a
bad knee, batted for Japanese-im-
port Masonari Murakami, who
came in to relieve Juan Marichal
in the eighth. It was Cepeda's first
four-bagger of the year, coming
off southpaw Joe Nuxhall.
Nuxhall, who had scattered nine
hits and had not walked a man
before the ninth, suffered his
fourth defeat in 15 decisions, even
though he was supported by three
Cincinnati h o m e r s, including
Frank Robinson's 32nd of the sea-
son. Solo blasts were also tagged
by Vada Pinson and Deron John-
son.
The victory, San Francisco's
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third in their last nine outings,
kept them two games behind the
league-leading Los Angeles Dod-
gers, who beat Milwaukee last
night.
Pitcher Sued, Hurt
SAN FRANCISCO (A) - While
his teammates were out beating
Cincinnati, San Francisco pitch-
er Juan Marichal was in the club-
house taking a compound beating
of another kind.
None too happy with a hairline
thumb fracture suffered in a sev-
enth-inning collision with Cincin-
nati shortstop Leo Cardenas, the
Dominican-born Marichal literal-
ly received insult on top of injury
when served withnpapers for a
$110,000 law suit brought against
him by Los Angeles catcher John
Roseboro, whom Marichal had
clubbed in a ballpark fracas on
Aug. 22. Despite the fracture,
Marichal could probably take a
pitching turn Sunday, if needed.

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FRESHMEN WAITING FOR NEW COLISEUM

"Yeah, but wait 'til you come back in a couple of years. The
building will be done and it's going to look just like the Stadium,
only it will have a roof on it. Did you see the halftime show of
the Michigan-Illinois basketball game last year? Well, Fritz
Crisler showed a model of what the building is going to look like,
and it was really great. They can do plays and all kinds of
things inside too."
"You mean they had the gym all planned last winter and they
didn't even break ground until a month ago?"
'U' Has Profit-Sharing
"But it's going to be well worth the wait, I can tell you that. The
University has sort of a neat profit-sharing plan too. You pay $12
a year, and you get to watch them build the fieldhouse. AND when
it is finished, you get to go inside for only $1. That is if the University
didn't raise the price of basketball tickets over the summer without
telling anyone. Besides, you'll only have to stand in line for a couple
of. hours to get your tickets too. You can't beat that."
"When is it going to be finished?"
"Oh, in about a little more than a year . . . on second thought,
make that three or four."
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