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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAX, MARCH 15, 1961

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1960

wo Vie for Athletic Post

NFL Ratifies Cards' Shift
Of Franchise to St. Louis

petition being sufficient to gain a portance on the Michigan athletic
space on the ballot. scene. The student representa-
Partly because of the clandestine tives, holding two of the 15 votes
nature of the rule and partly be- of the Board, have a very definite
large, and their names are then share .in its actions.
placed on the ballot. - Berenson and Osterland, how-
Little-Known Rule ever, concurred in reporting that
A little-known rule also per- they were nominated without
mits the nomination of anyone either their knowledge or previous
from the student body other than consent, and then left pretty much
an athlete-300 signatures on a on their own.
Osterland has received some ad-
vice from Tidwell based on the
Managers Wanted latter's experience on the Board.
i Steve Schmidt, senior base- Berenson, on the other hand, has
ball manager, has announced not heard from anyone in even a
again that sophomore manag- semi-official capacity since Coach
ers are needed for this spring. Al Renfrew informed him of his
Anyone interested should con- nomination about a month ago.
tact him at NO 3-7541, Ext. Council Failed
580. The Managers' Council failed
to follow up their procedurally cor-
cause of the tradition of repre- rect nominations by informing the
sentation by varsity athletes, few candidates of the nature of the
students other than athletes have job.
won a Board position. The other section of the nomi-
Present Board members are nation procedure, requires a peti-
basketball ilayer John Tidwell and tion of 300 signatures, but has
football quarterback Stan Noskin. rarely been taken advantage of by
Along with responsibilities perti- the student body in general.
nent to the vast physical athletic By their attendance at athletic
plant, the Board governs "all ques- events, students provide both fi-
tions pertaining to the eligibility nancial and moral support for the
of players, intercollegiate relations, Maize and Blue.'
and membership" in the Big Ten On the other hand, both Ber-
and NCAA. enson anti Osterland appear will-
Board Important ing to accept the challenge of elec-
Many feel that the Board oc- tion.
cupies a position of crucial im- Strive To Represent
"I would strive to represent the
interests of the athlete in gen-
eral," Osterland said. "Scholar-
ships and eligibility are two of
the biggest problems in that re-
spect.
"Still, I feel you've got be as
open-minded as possible in deal-
ing with problems of university-
wide scope,' he added.
"Representing the interests of
20,000 students is a big job," Ber-
enson pointed out. "Particularly
when you consider the variety of
interests, even in athletics, on this
campus."

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CANDIDATES - Gordon -"Red" Berenson, '62, (left) and Tom
Osterland, '62E, are the two nominations to fill the vacancy
created on the Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics when
Stan Noskin graduates this June. Elections are today.
ATTENTION SPORT FANS:
Meetings To Be Held
For Interested Wriers

LOS ANGELES (R) - National
Football League owners went
home yesterday and if there was
a noticeable smile on the dour
face of George Halas, there's a
logical reason.
After 39 years of trying, the
Chicago Bears owner finally got
rid of his: crosstown rivals, the
Cardinals.
It developed yesterday when the
NFL unanimously approved the
transfer of the Cards from Chica-
go to St. Louis.
The transfer was, costly, es-
pecially to Halas. The Cardinals
were given $500,000 to make the
switch and pay off their lease-on
Soldier Field., Half the tab was re-
portedly picked up by Halas.
.But he expects to make it back
-in spades.
Crack at TV
The reason: for the first time,
he'll get a crack at the nation's
third most lucrative television
market, Until now, the city has
been blacked out because either
the Bears or Cardinals were play-
ing at home.
The transfer came after heated
denials to the contrary from
Cardinal Managing Director Wal-
ter Wolfner.
There were smiles, too, in the
camp of the new Dallas Rangers.
They became more than a paper
team during the league's three-
day weekend meeting when they
were given 18 playsre from the
other teams. More will be an-
nounced later.
Five of the Dallas choices sig-
nificantly saw collegiate action on

southwest gridirons-a factor that
will probably bring results at the
gate in football-happy Texas.
These include several former
Southern Methodist stars - of-
Water Polo
t I- Pool

Student=Faculty
highlight a water
tonight at' 7:30 in

battles will
polo programj
the I-M pool.

fensive halfback Don Mcflhenny'
(Green Bay), end Dave Sherer
(Baltimore) and ,defensive back
Doyle Nix (Washington), along
with ex-Baylor halfback L. G.
Dupre, who was a sparkplug on
3altimore's 1058 World Cham-
pionship team, and linebacker
Jerry Tubbs, anl ex-Oklahoman
(San Francisco.)
The Rangers also collected a
number of other top-ranked play-
ers - quarterback Don Heinrich
from the New York Giants, full-
back Ed Modzelewski from Cleve-
land and all-pro guard and co-
captain of the Los Angeles Rams,
Duane Putnam.
The Packers also shipped two
other players 6 Texas.
Exhibition Baseball
Detroit 4, New York 2
Washington 7, Los Angeles .4
Baltimore 9, Cincinnati 4
Chicago (A) s, St. Louis 4
-Kansas City 7, Milwaukee 5
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 1

The public is invited to watch
Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Sigmal
Chi attempt to become the first
student teams to ever defeat a
faculty representation in the
aqua sport.
At 8:30 Adams and Van Tyne
will clash in the headline 'battle
to decide the . Residence Halls
water polo ,champions.
I-M Scores?.
I-M Residence Hall basket-
ball playoff scores were un-
available to The Dlaily last night
and will be printed In tomor-
row's paper.

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For all those interested sport
fans, The Michigan Daily sports
staff has announced two meetings
Wednesday or Thursday at 7:30
p.m. for prospective sports writ-
ers.
Anyone wanting an immediate
opportunity to write sports for
The Daily, should attend one of
the two brief meetings at which
he will be able to discuss his fu-
ture with The Daily sports staff.
The beginning of the new
spring sports season will be an
excellent chance for any en-
grossed sports enthusiasts to re-
port the activities of Michigan
varsity teams.

Gymnasts Vote Mont petit
Captain, Most Valuable

By CLIFF MARKS
All-around gymnast Rich Mont-
petit was voted two honors by his
teammates yesterday, Most Valu-
able Player, and Captain of the
1960-61 squad.
Montpetit, a junior this year,a
was a top point getter all year for
the Wolverines, and other than
the tumbling crews (including the
Rebound variety) scored the only
points for Michigan's fifth place
Big Ten crew.
There is significance in the fact
that Montpetit was voted this
year's most valuable and captain
for next season. Coach Newt Loken
commented on this and extended
it to say, "Rich should be a fine
leader to follow up Skinner's (Bill)
excellent captaincy this year. He
can set a good example for the
boys in that he is a fine all-around
gymnast."
This was certainly not meant to
be a reflection on previous cap-
tains, but Montpetit competes in
five of the seven events, whereas
Skinner, for example, only com-
peted in two, free exercise and
tumbling, his specialty.
Montpetit himself has no one
specialty, though he captured first
place honors in the Canadian
NAAU meet last summer in the
side horse.
This year, in the Midwest Open,
Montpetit made a strong showing
i by taking second in the side horse,
fourth in the all - around, and
seventh in the still rings against

the top competition in the Mid-
west.
Montpetit has some things to
look forward to, both this year
and next. The up coming NCAA
meet should prove interesting with
Rich competing for himself rather
than a team which at times puts
much pressure on an all-around
gymnast. Then next year, only
three seniors graduate (Skinner,
Wolf Dozauer and Al Stall) with
a promising crop of seven freshmen
ready to move up.

No previous journalistic experi-
ence is necessary, just a 'love' ofc
sports. The Daily staff is willing
to wqrk with any applicants in-1
terested in making a closer con-R
tact with the sports world - onI
both local and national levels. #
a
Wilt Hits 53;
Philly.Wis
Meet Boston
PHILADELPHIA P) - Wilt
(The Stilt) Chamberlain scored a
playoff record 53 points last night
and led the Philadelphia War-
riors to a 132-112 victory over
Syracuse.
The win sends the Warriors in-
to the National Basketball Assn.
Eastern Divisional finals against
Boston, starting tomorrow.
Chamberlain scored 26 points in
the first half when the Warriors
wrapped up the game by taking a
14-point lead.
'M' SPORT SHORTS:s
Frosh Takes
Ski Honors
A Michigan freshman, Frank
Bothwell, walked away with all
the honors last weekend at the
Central States Ski Tournament
in Marquette.
Bothwell took third place n
the downhill race and third in. the
slalom. This was good enough. to
give- him an overall first place in
the tourney.
Bothwell is a member of the
local ULLR ski club.
* *
Athletic Managers Meeting
House athletic managers from
all campus living units will meet
at 5:10 p.m. at the Women's Ath-
letic Building, Women's Athletic
Association vice-president Irene
Shapiro, '60, announced.
She said that the all-campus
softball and table tennis tourna-
ments plus Michigras will be dis-
cussed.

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