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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Romney Supports Detroit

OUT FOR SEASON?
Woodson's Status Doubtful'

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BADEN - BADEN, Germany (A)
-Gov. George Romney of Mich-
igan arrived here yesterday to lead
the big Detroit delegation in its
bid for the 1968 Olympic Games
against strong competition from
Lyon, France, and two lesser-rated
rivals - Mexico City and Buenos
Aires.
Lyon, which treated officials to
to a lavish reception, became a
stronger favorite when 13 Afro-
Asian nations called on the Inter-
national Olympic Committee to
stage the huge athletic extrav-
TODAY:
Harriers
Run at ND
An abbreviated form of the
Michigan Cross Country team will
be in South Bend, Ind. today for
the Notre Dame Invitational Meet.
Only Chris Murray- and Ted
Benedict will represent Michigan
at what is annually one of the top
cross country meets in the Mid-
west.
The reason coach Dave Martin
is not taking a full squad for the
meet lies in leg injuries to seniors
Ted Kelly and Dave Hayes plus
the inavailability of junior Des
Ryan.
Kelly hurt his leg this week in
practice and has been forced to
lay off for awhile. Hayes has been
injured for most of the cross
country season, but is just now be-
ginning to run easily on his leg.
"The guys just feel training
right is more important than run-
ning in any cross country meet,"
says Martin.
Michigan will have a full team
next Saturday, however, when
they go to Spring Arbor Junior
College.

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anganza "in a city which will
avoid a long and difficult jour-
ney."
Budget restrictions also were
cited by these nations in a peti-
tion.
The vote on the site will be
taken tonight after the IOC hears
presentations made by the repre-
sentatives of the four cities this
morning.
Gov. Romrney said Detroit has
unsurpassed facilities for the
Games and the solid backing of
the citizens.
45 Minutes
Representatives of the four
cities will have 45 minutes each
to explain to the IOC why they
think their city is best suited for
the Games. Detroit will present
its case at 4:45 a.m., EST, fol-
lowing the presentation made by
Buenos Aires. Lyon will be third
and Mexico City will be last.
The official program lists 46
representatives from Detroit, 16
from Lyon, 14 from Mexico City
and 5 from Buenos Aires.
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh, of
Detroit, a Democrat, will talk first
and will be followed by Gov. Rom-
ney, a Republican.
"Our facilities in Detroit will be
unsurpassed," Gov. Romney told
reporters. "We'll have the latest
models in Olympic requirements."
He said the Detroit delegation
was so large because citizens had
taken a great interest in the
Olympics and many had paid their
own way to Baden-Baden.
"Even the exhibit here was put
uO, not by professionals, but by
amateurs," he said. "It's an in-
dividual effort of Detroit's cit-
izens."
Large-Exhibit
Romney viewed the large ex-
hibit Detroit is displaying: It in-
cludes a model of a $25 million
stadium Detroit plans to build.
should it receive the green light
from the IOC.

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"Detroit is situated so that at-
tendances will be tremendous,"
said the governor. "People can
reach the events quite easily."
Meanwhile, the IOC voted to
drop judo, handball, archery and
volleyball from the program for
the 1968 Games, cutting the num-
ber of sports to 18. Of the four,
only judo and archery are on the
1964 program at Tokyo and it's
the first time for those sports.
The IOC also rejected a pro-
posal that federations represent-
ing only true amateurs should be
allowed in the Olympic Games.
Otto Mayer, chancellor of the
IOC, announced the vote was 28
in favor and 25 against, with two
abstentions. A two-thirds major-
ity was required to approve the
proposal.
Allow Delegates
Mayer said delegates and news-
men would be allowed to each ses-
sion as the cities presented their
cases. Afterwards the IOC will
meet with officials of the various
international federations to dis-
cuss technical problems.
Seven , new National Olympic
committees were recognized. They
were the Ivory Coast, Jordan,
Mali, Senegal, Libya, Cameroun
and Nepal. That made the total
of recognized committees 112.
SInvestigate
Knox Death
BALTIMORE (YP) -- A medical
examiner said yesterday that the
body of boxer Ernie Knox weigh-
ed 153 pounds after an autopsy,
25 pounds less than the weight
listed for him at a weigh-in the
day of his fatal fight.
The Baltimore grand jury be-
gan an immediate investigation,
summoning the executive secre-
tary of the State Athletic Com-
mission to appear - before it yes-
terday.
Jack Cohen, the executive sec-
retary, said the commission would
begin an inquiry of its own at a
regular meeting scheduled for
later in the day.
Knox, 26, died of brain injuries
Wednesday. He was knocked out
by Wayne Bethea of New York in
the ninth round of a heavyweight
bout Monday night.

By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON -Injured In-
diana -star Marv Woodson's knee
was taken out of splints yester-
day, but no estimate was made of
when or whether he will play
again this season.
Jim Helminiak, 180-pound sen-
ior, appeared the top candidate
to start in Woodson's halfback
slot against Michigan State to-
morrow.
In another change, sophomore
Don Dilly was listed to start at
wingback on offense in the game
at East Lansing.
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Guards Out
EVANSTON - Three right
guards were ruled out of action
yesterday for Northwestern's foot-
ball game with Miami of Ohio.
The starting assignment at that
spot was given to Don Robinson,
a 225-pound junior from Whit--
ing, Ind. Lost with injuries are
Jack Cvercko, Rich Lawton and
Jeff Brooke.
. Tackle Joe Szczecko is a doubt-
ful starter. He is nursing a pulled
leg muscle.
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Brief Workout
MADISON-Wiscqnsin's football
Badgers reviewed plays in a brief

workout and then went indoors to
review movies of Iowa in action
yesterday in preparation for to-
morrow's Big Ten meeting with
the Hawkeyes at Iowa City.
Coach Milt Bruhn named a 38-
player squad for the Iowa trip.
Safetyman Ron Frain, who bruis-
ed a shoulder against Purdue last
week, will remain at home.
Four players who did not make
the trip to Notre Dame three
weeks ago were promoted to the
traveling squad. They were end
Joe Jensen, guard Ernie Von
Heimburg, center Bob Monk and
quarterback Arnie Quaerna. Von
Heimburg and Monk are 1962
lettermen.
The Badgers will loosen up in
ya light drill this afternoon before
flying to their game headquarters
in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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Snell Injured
COLUMBUS -Liglit contact
drills mainly featuring pass de-
fense highlighted Ohio State's
final preparation yesterday for
tomorrow's game against Southern
California at Los Angeles.
Coach Wody Hayes reported his
squad was in fairly good physical
condition except for Matt Snell,
the big Buckeye fullback, who will
miss the game because of a rib
injury.
Snell's replacement, 210-pound

Will Sander, has been "doing a
good job in practice," Hayes sadi.
* * *
Passing Attack
CHAMPAIGN - Illinois gave its
passing attack a final polish yes-
terday for tomorrow's homecom-
ing football game with Minnesota
as quarterbacks Mike Taliaferro,
Fred Custardo and Ron Acks
threw against the reserves.
Tackle Archie Sutton still was
experiencing more trouble with his
ankle but expected to be ready.
Sophomores Dick Fitzgerald and
Dale Greco received special at-
tention for possible relief work be-
hind Sutton.
Sweat Shirt Drill
IOWA CITY-Iowa polished off
its offense for tomorrow's Big Ten
game against Wisconsin with a
spirited drill yesterday in which
the Hawkeyes worked out in
sweat shirts.

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Celtics Beat
Cincinnati
CINCINNATI (JP) - The Boston
Celtics went on a scoring spree
late in the third quarter last night
and then survived a last period
Cincinnati rally to edge the Royals
93-92 in a National Basketball
Association game.
Boston led, 82-65, w~hen the last
period began. But Bob Boozer,
Tom Hawkins and-- Jerry Lucas
sparked a Cincinnati offensive
that almost gave the Royals a
victory in their home opener game.
With 34 seconds left, Lucas cut
Boston's margin to 91-88 with a
three-point play. John Havlicek's
free throw made it 92-88, but
Boozer put Cincinnati in reach of
victory with a jump shot 15 sec-
oLds before the end.
Lucas then fouled big Bill Rus-
sell with seven seconds left. Rus-
sell hit with one of two free
throws and the 'Celtics aflowed
Oscar Robertson to score the last
basket unmolested.
Lucas treated the opening day
record crowd of 10,013 to a thrill-
ing final period when he scored
10 of his 13 points. Lucas also
led the team with 20- rebounds in
his Cincinnati debut.

MARV WOODSON
out of splints

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This Evening at 7:30 P.M.
SABBATH SERVICES
conducted in the
REFORM TRADITION
Zwerdhng-Cohn Chapel 1429 Hill St.

"TROTTER" ROWLAND
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ENSIANS
Are Daily
Equi Set?
"The Union Finks-er, the Un-
ion finks -out."
So say wise old philosopher
Consensus yesterday when it was
learned that the Fourth Annual
Daily-Union Bier Bowl was de-
layed because "we're not ready
yet," admitted the Union Un-
desirables.
So the Magnificent Seven is.
going to play a scrub game with
the Mihigan-Densi'an tackling
dummies this afternoon at,.,4
p.m. on Ferry Field. Thosetnot
planning to watch the massacre
there might find it enjoyable to
come over to 420 Maynard and
either watch or help the black-
clad phantoms move all the Ensian
desks and 'equipment downstairs.
At stake in the Daily-Densian
game, the second in a long and
glorious series, will be Seventy-
Three Years of Editorial Freedom.
But there will be no horsing
around at game time (see cut).
Yesterday the first team, the fgar-
ed Cheetahs, ran through a light
work-out as well as the second-
string Red Dogs. Unfortunately,
the slowest Cheetah, Tom "The
Trotter" Rowland, who .runs the
quarter-furlong in 1:01.6, is the
big man in the Daily's one-horse
backfield (see cut). But there is
no question mark (see cut) about
his ability: seven bad passes out
of nine can't be wrong.
Last year's great ends, Ron
"Wahoo" Wilton and Gerry "The
Jet" Storch, will be out of action
with a Regents meeting. But they
are expected to recuperate by the
time the Union gets ready.

MUFUN
(Michigan Union Fun Night)
TONITE couples can:
" PLAY POOL and billiards from 8-10:30 for cent a minute.
* PLAY PING PONG from 8-10:30 for cent a minute.
" STUDY in the Pendleton Library from 8-10.
" GO BOWLING for 20c per game apiece, until midnight.
" DANCE to the music of Johnnie larberd in the MUG, from 8-12
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