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PAGE ELEVEN.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

1'HITHADAY- A : i 12 14401:

PA~*J~ ELEVEN THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Hatcher Selects Advisory

Board

University President Harlan
Hatcher has appointed an ad-
visory committee to study the or-
ganization of the Department of
Physical Education and Athletics
and to recommend a list of suc-
cessors to retiring Athletic Direc-
tor H. 0. (Fritz) Crisler.
The committee consists of 10
members and. is chaired by Prof.
Douglas A. Hayes.
Hatcher has asked the group to
"review the present organization
within the University for carrying
out our program of physical edu-
cation, intramural and recreation-
al sports activities, and intercol-
legiate athletics, and to make such
recommendations as may be ap-
propriate." -
}.Hatcher has also asked the com-
mittee to recommend to him can-
didates from which he will nom-
mate to the Regents a successor
to Crisler, who will retire next
spring.
Hayes said the committee, which
is meeting once a week, is cur-
rently concerned with the first
part of its task. He indicated that
the committee is interviewing fac-
ulty members to find out their
ideas on modification of .the ath-
letic department. He also indi-
cated that no work is being done
on the screening and recommenda-
tion of candidates for the athletic
directorship.
Hayes has said that work on
the recommendations of successors
to Crisler will proceed after the
committee completes the task of
recommending modifications in
the athletic department.

The other members appointed
to the committee were: William L.
Steude, director of student-com-
munity relations and secretary of
the committee;, Dr. Robert A.
Doerr, professor of dentistry;
Walton M. Hancock, professor of
industrial engineering; Paul A.
Hunsicker, professor of physcial
education for men; W. Robert
Dixon, professor of education;
Marcus L. Plant, professor of law,
President of the NCAA and faculty
representative to the Western Con-
ference; William B. Crawford, an
alumnus, of Detroit; Robert E.
McFarland, '68, executive sports
editor of The Daily; Esther L.
French, professor of physical edu-
cation for women; and Dr..,Thomas
R. Peterson, an alumnus, of Ann
Arbor.

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ST. LOUIS-The San Francisco
Warriors rallied from 18 points
behind to defeat St. Louis 112-107
last night and win the National
Basketball Association's Western
Division championship. Rick Barry
scored 41 points to spark the sec-
ond-half Warrior rally.
The victory gave San Francisco
the best-of-seven series four
games to two.
The Warriors moved into the
NBA championship series with
Philadelphia Friday night on the
76ers' home court.
The Warriors, hitting only 33
per cent of their field goal at-
tempts in the first half, were down
by nine at the intermission. A 34-
point third-period that included
16 points by Barry put the War-
riors in front for the first time,
75-73, with less than four minutes
left in the third quarter.
Big Zelmo Beaty, with 28 points,
and little Len Wilkens, with 21,
led the St. Louis attack.
A onetime Hawk, Jeff Mullins,
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added 12 points for San Francisco
and Tom Meschery, a reserve, had
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St. Louis jumped into the lead
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and never trailed until Fred Het-
zel's layup in the third quarter
gave San Francisco a 75-73 lead.
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Student wanting to purchase
extra tickets for the 1967 Foot-'
ball season (not student tickets)
may pick up an application form
at the Michigan Athletic Ticket
Office beginning Monday, April
17. Ticket prices are $6.00, to be
paid when the application is
sent. The ticket office will start
accepting applications and dis-
tributing tickets June 1.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
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CHICAGO - The proposed
heavyweight title bout between
champion Cassius Clay and Floyd
Patterson will not take place at
any site, Clay's manager an-
nounced last night.
Herbert Muhammed, C 1 a y-' s
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bout were dropped in the wake of
refusals by .the states of Nevada
and Pennsylvania to accept the
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Well sir, there are several ways, none of which will
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1. Read all of Tolkien in the original dwarf.
2. Have your Sophomore Slump in the freshman year.
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5. Attend Happenings regularly.
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This last item may require some explanation, for it is
possible that Happenings haven't reached your campus
yet. Be assured they will because Happenings are the big-
gest college craze since mononucleosis.
A Happening, in case you don't know, is the first form-
less art form. Things just happen. For example, eighty
naked men come out and squirt each other with fire hoses
containing tinted yogurt. Then eighty more naked men
come out and light birthday candles in the navels of the
first eighty men. Then one girl, clothed, comes out and
pulls three thousand feet of sausage casing through her
pierced ear. Then eighty more naked men come out and
eat a station wagon.
There is, of course, a musical accompaniment to all
these fun things. Usually it is "Begin the Beguine'"played
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There used to be, some years ago, still another require-
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