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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2966

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,1966

SEX
is what we match

SPORTS SHORTS:
Negro Colleges Recruit White Gridders

Thelutiq "
By Jim Tindall

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By The Associated Press on ability alone because of the way
RICHMOND, Va.-Two predom- northern schools were carrying
inantly Negro colleges in Virginia top Negro talent from Virginia.
will have a new look on their re- All seven athletes are Northern-,
spective football teams this year ers. Virginia Union recruited four
-white players, seven of them. of them, Norfolk State three.
Heretofore, the two schools, Archie was on hard at the air-
Norfolk State College and Virginia port Monday as his trio arrived.
Union University in Richmond, "I'm just happy to have these
had relied strictly on local Negro three boys," Archie said. "As far
talent. as I'm concerned they are just
But, in the words of Virginia three good ballplayers. They are
Union Coach Thomas Harris, just like the other freshmen."
"It's just getting too 'hard to get Asked why he chose Norfolk
Negro athletes. All the big schools State,tackle Fred Nickles said
in the country, North and South, simply that he liked the school
are recruiting Negroes for their and the football program. 'I
athletic teams. They're just get- didn't consider the integration as-
ting harder and harder for us to pect one way or the other," said
get, !the 5-foot-li 225-pounder. "I've

ri signed grants in aid and are on
full scholarships. Joining them is
center Jim Pemberton, a teammate
at Oakcrest High School, Pleas-
antville, N.J. He is a center.
Three of Virginia Union's four
white recruits were All-New York
State selections - flanker back
Bart Barillo, end Anthony Fay,
and guard James Sullivan. The
fourth, halfback Michael Demers,
is from Nashua, N.H.

points. He played in 79 games.
Bullet general manager Buddy
Jeanette said that in Counts "we
have acquired a promising young
giant who could step right in and
take over. To get a center with
some ability and size, we knew
we'd have to pay dearly, and we
did.
"With Counts we have gotten.
height and strength under the
boards. We have gotten youth. We
have had to make a sacrifice at a{

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Blue Line Standers Whomp
Tick etTakers,5000-0
The Michigan Line (Standers) varsity opened their regular
season yesterday with a crushing victory over the perennial rival,
Athletic Ticket Department, by the approximate score of 5,000-0.
The Blue victory showed the scattered traces of ferocity, mass hys-
teria, and general pushing and shoving that have singled out cham-
pion Michigan teams of the past.
This win runs tile Blue Lines' season mark to 3-0 as the Standers
had previously smashed two other opponents in pre-season contests.
The Line romped over a fledgling entry, Natural Resources, by a
score of 30.000-0, and the Seagram Swinging Standers trampled
Waterman U. by the routine, but massive, score of 38,000-0.

CommterService
A new Commuter Bus Service is available
with stops at the following locations:

Recruit on Ability
Norfolk State Coach Bill Archie

played with and against Negro
athletes. I can't see what differ-

vowed a year ago that he would ence color makes."
begin recruiting football players Nickles and guard Phil Guerrie-

Howell Traded spot where we are deepest andI
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore 'that's at forward."
Bullets of the National Basketball Bullets coach Mike Farmer said:
Association announced yesterday he was delighted with the deal.
they had traded forwardBailey "We have taken a big step to-
Howell to the Boston Celtics for ward strengthening ourselves at
center Mel Counts on a straight center." he said.
player deal. Counts has been backup center
The 7-foot, 230-pound Counts to Bill Russell with the Celtics, al-
from Coos Bay, Ore., will be en- though he saw occasional service
tering his third year in the NBA. at forward.
He was three-time All-Pacific
Coast Conference performer at Mammoth Arena
Oregon State University and play- INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-Indiana
ed on the undefeated U.S. Olym- Unirs i s ahr
pic team in 1964. University trustees were author-
He was the Celtics' No. 1 draft ized by state officials yesterday to
choice. Counts is 24.: build a $10 million, 18,000-seat all-
Howell. a 29-year-old veteran of events Assembly Hall on the
eight years with the NBA, had a Bloomington campus for basket-)
17.3 point average last season with ball, commencements, convocations
the Bullets and was second highest and other programs.
scorer on the team with 1,364 Paul Harrell, I.U coordinator of
_- , Iathletic facilities, said it is hoped<

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Hill & 5th Ave.
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Angell Hall
Chemistry Bldg.
Commuter parking lots
and staff, at Hoover &

Phys. & Astro-Church St.
Clements Library
State St. & S. Univ.
I. M. Bldg.
Admin. Services Bldg.
are available to all'faculty
Brown Sts., and Hill & 5th

Ave. Bus service operates on an 8 minute schedule.
Commuter lot permits may be obtained by staff
members at no charge from the PARKING AD-
MINISTRATION OFFICE, 1053 Admin. Bldg. Cars
bearing Staff Paid and Meter permits are also
authorized to use these lots, and require no addi-
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construction can be started early
Inext spr'ing.
Of the cost, $1.8 million will
come from the sinking fund and
the rest from a bond issue, of
which $500,000 is expected to be
retired from gifts and endowments.
With completion of the new fa-
cility in a couple of years, I.U. ex-
pects to attract the big ice shows
and other events which require
large arenas.
All seats in the arena will be on
two sides, as in the LU. football
stadium.
The new structure will attach to
the present 9,000-seat field house,
smallest in the Big Ten, which was
opened only four years ago.

Operating on a coaching system similar to that of the Chi-
cago Cubs of years gone by, yesterday's coach, Don Weir, opened
with an all-Senior line to insure an easy victory in the crucial
season opener. In the two exhibition games one of the other
coaches, Window Eh, cleared the benches and threw everyone
into the fray in an effort to get an estimate of Line depth and
strength. In today's action, Weir will supervise a live scrimmage
among the Junior Varsity team, and it is hoped by the Ticket
Department, that the same desire that was demonstrated by the
Senior Line yesterday will be repeated on a smaller scale today,
by the "JV Jostlers."
Highlights of today's contest were:
(1) The game lasted a mere 16 hours, nowhere near the higl
mark of more than 72 hours which was set at Hill Auditorium two
years ago. Naturally there was some concern that this indicated a
dying interest in Line Standing, but many officials agreed that the
length of the season and good weather kept many potential Standers
away.
(2) The Blue Line used an assortment of techniques in their
vigil and victory, but it appeared to this reporter that sleeping bags
and Seagrams were the most popular items; however, beer and malt
liquor had their say also.
(3) All previously unwritten rules of standing were de-
stroyed today. The famous list and roll call concept was elimi-
nated early this morning as a few of the larger Standers shredded
the list into teenie-weenie and itsy-bitsy pieces right before the
eyes of its shepherds. In addition, the outmoded idea that if you
are in front of someone in line, you will stay there was negated
twice: early this morning the back of the line revolted against
the single file tactics of the leaders and charged to the fore
subcessfully, much to the chagrin of many of the sleeping Stand-
ers who found themselves well out of line when they awoke;
however, a more cardinal sin was committed as one Stander was
passed back out of line in the old Michigan football tradition by
the same group of oversize Standers after 15 hours of waiting.
Unfortunately for the Blue Line, games have been harder to
schedule this season. The Blue have not been able to get a game in
front of Hill Auditorium since Hill was thrown out of the league last
season by the SGC in a controversial move. The allegation against
Hill was that the lines were too long. "Piffle," replied those Line vets.
As replacements for Hill, Travel Agencies and Book Stores are both
considering' application for admission to the conference.
Despite scattered cases of drunkenness, physical brutality, and
mob rule, it appears that the Blue Line is going to have another great
year.
Of course there are always those stupid people who Chatter
about the abolition of all lines, but surely this will once again be
an impotent force against the pro-Line groups. Besides, the
Ticket Department points out there is no other (1) way and (2)
measure of the Line's desire for tickets. Right?
I know I speak for all Standers and their mentors when I say,
"Go Blue Line. Keep up that great Michigan tradition!"

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NFL Scores
Baltimore 20, Detroit 0
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR
BOB McFARLAND

Major League
Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB
San Francisco 78 56 .582 -
Pittsburgh 78 56 .582 -
Los Angeles 75 57 .568 2
Philadelphia 72 64 .529 7
Cincinnati 68 66 .507 10
St. Louis 68 66 .507 10
Atlanta 63 69 .488 14
Houston 61 73 .455 17
New York 59 76 .437 191
Chicago 47 86, .353 30x/2
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 2, San Francisco 1
Los Angeles 4, Pittsburgh 3 (10 inn)
St. Louis 7, Atlanta 4
Chicago 11, Cincinnati 3
Philadelphia 3, Houston 1
AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct.. GB
Baltimore 83 50 .624 -
Dtroit 72 61 .541 11
Minnesota 72 63 .53312
Cleveland 70 65 .519 14
Chicago 71 66 :518 14
x-California 67 66 .504 16
Washington 62 76 .449 23%
x-New York 60 74 .448 23%
Boston 60 78 .435 25%
Kansas City '59 77 .434 25xf
x-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 1
Detroit 7, Chicago 5 (10 inn)
New York at California (inc)
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