THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,,1966
RAGE SIX THE 1~tICIIIGAN DAilY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1966
I did itt I did it! I called up
one of my ideal dates. SHE IS
hat are her interests?
>erahms, and Bi'ubeck?
You can't be serioust There
are many ire important things
We both like the same things:
lemon drops, butterscotch
cashew crunch, orange slices,
marshmallow peanuts, jelly
beans, toffee with chocolate
fondant center, cherry isours,
peanut butter bars, caramels,
chocolate parfait, fruit
n bons, pistachios,etc.
think I'm in love
with her alreadyM
IM NO CLOWN':
Her father owns
a candy store.
NEW YORK (A)-Cazzie Rus- handedly." explained Eddie Dono- er with 800 points and a 30.8 aver-
sell of Michigan, the 1965 college van, New York general manager. age last season, Russell wound up
MICHIGAN may ave buno caalaye of y the Y e areed o "But we've also got Willis Reed, his three-year career at Michigan
city crowds this year, but football terms yesterday with the New York
ticket sales are ahead of last year's Knicks of the National Basketball Walt Bellamy. Dave Stallworth. with 2.164 points-the best in Big
pace according to Ticket Man- Association for a reported $200,- Howard Komives and Dick Van Ten history and the 13th highest
ager DON WEIR. Sale of the $12 000 spread over a long-term con- Arsdale, and we've now got a good, in history among major college
student ticket tabs, which has in- tr'act. yugbsebl em"soes
creased along with season tickets, The Knicks, in announcing that A contract in the $200,000 neigh- The Knicks, who finished last in
will continue through Sept. 15. they finally had reached agree- borhood spread over three years. the NBA's Eastern Division last
MICHIGAN STATE'S h o ie ment with the 6-foot 51'2, 218- would surpass what Wilt Chamber year, drew the No. 1 drafting po-
M IhGAN ShTAE'S hs o n pound All-America, did not reveal lain, Oscar Robertson, Bill Russell. sition after winning the toss of a
game with the Wolverines has al- Itrso h otat hydd
ready been sold out, but the terms of the contract. They did, Jerry Lucas and other current coin from the Detroit Pistons, the
Spartans are now worrying about however, point out that Russell NBA stars received when they cellar club in the Western Divi-
the health status of their quar- has not yet signed since the tax; broke in. sion.
the helt tauo hedetails of the transaction still are
terback. being worked out. . Chamberlain and Russell both
JIMMY RAYE, heir-apparent toAuction : were reported to have received
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the only All-America quarterback' The Knicks, who made Russell one-year $100,000 contracts last
(STEVE JUDAY) who ever "suc- their No. 1 selection in the NBA season and Robertson had ad-.
cessfully" dodged the pro draft, draft, were bidding against the:i mitted publicly that he is asking1
will find out today how the last Harlem Globetrotters, who also for a contract in that neighbor-
play of Saturday's scrimmage coveted the services of the former, hood this season.
came out. The play was a point Michigan star. Dick McGuire, the Knicks'-
after touchdown try which was "I'm no comedian," said the 6- coach, said Russell would be tried
blocked. foot-5,2 two-time All-American both at guard and forward.
Raye, who was holding the ball, at a news conference. "I seriously I The nation's third-leading scor-'
suffered a foot injury and could was considering playing for the
miss this weekend's opener. Trotters, but I know I'm going to T
Meanwhile, one of the top Big enjoy the brand of ball they play Major Leerg0
Ten signal callers, BOB GRIESE, in the National Basketball Asso-
was named a 1966 co-captain by ciation." AMERICAN LEAGUE
his PURDUE teamamtes along "I'm really excited about play- Baltimore 8 55 .61 -
with halfback GEORGE CATA- ing for the Knicks and I'm look- Minnesota 80 65 ,552 91
A very brief meeting of the
Ann Arbor Track Club will be
held Wednesday, September 14
at 5:15 p.m. in the 'M' room of
Yost Field House. Those unable
to attend may contact Acting
President Charles Snygg at 761-
VOLOS. ing forward to playing against
On the other side of the money guys like Bill Russell, Oscar Rob-
ledger, professional football took ertson and Sam Jones. It's going
its next step toward gaining con- to be a challenge," Russell said.
gressional sanction for the pro- "We're not looking for him to
jected merger of the AFL-NFL take us out of the doldrums single
when REP. WILLIAM C. CRAM- ------ -_
ER (R-FLA) introduced a bill in SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
the House yesterday RICK STERN
The 1966 Pussycat.
Only 14,927 in captivity.
Detroit 79 65 .549 10
Chicago 76 70 .521 14
California 73 71 .507 16
Cleveland 73 73 .500 17
Kansas City 66 80 .452 24
New York 65 81 .445 25
Washington 64 84 .432 27
Boston 64 85 .430 27
California 6, Baltimore 5
Only game scheduled'
Minnesota at Detroit (n)
Kansas City at Cleveland (n)
California at Baltimore (n)
Washington at New York (u)
Chicago at Boston (n)
W L Pct. GB
Los Angeles 83 59 .585 -
Pittsburgh 83 61 .576 1
San Francisco 82 62 .569 2
Philadelphia 78 67 .538 62'
Atlanta 74 70 .514 10
St. Louis 74 70 .514 10
Cincinnati 71 72 .497 12k"
Houston 63 84 .429 221-4
New York 60 84 .417 24
Chicago 52 91 .364 31%
New York at Los Angeles (inc)
Only game scheduled
Atlanta at Chicago
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)
Pittsburgh at Houston (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Philadelphia at San Francisco (n)
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A car like the Volkswagen Karmann Ghia doesn't
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It's a Pussycat.
A sports car on top, an economy car underneath. It's
also a pain in the neck to make. (That's why only 14,927
will make it over here this year.)
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