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Page 10-Tuesday, October 24, 1978-The Michigan Daily
By GARY KICINSKI
Attention seniors:. Dig out that old
rabbit's foot, that dusty horseshoe, an
abandoned sweetheart, or anything else
you consider lucky-there's going to be
a basketball ticket lottery.
The Michigan Athletic Department
announed yesterday plans for a
drawing to be held in Crisler Arena on
Thursday, November 9. The drawing
Prime cage seats sold
to seniors by lottery
will determine a place in line for each
block of seniors, and the tickets will
later be distributed according to
position in line.
THE DECISION to hold a lottery was
made yesterday, when a group of
seniors established a line outside the
Athletic Department's offices. The list
of people established there is no longer
valid, as far as position in line is con-
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Seniors, as well as any other students
who may have forgotten to apply last
Friday and Saturday, may still apply
for tickets at the ticket office on the
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proximately 1,000 tickets remain, and
those will be available until the allot-
ment of 5,500 is exhausted.
Ticket manager Al Renfrew met
yesterday with the seniors who had
established the line and together they
came up with the alternative solution.
Renfrew emphasized that the line
was eliminated in fairness to the class
on the whole. "It's gotten to a point
where they're lining up to line up,"
Renfrew said. "If you're fair, that's all
the students want... It would be a hell
of a lot easier for us to say, 'go ahead
and start a line,' but we want to be fair
HERE IS THE step-by-step
procedure for seniors to follow:
1) Sometime between Monday, Oc-
tober 30 and Friday, November 3,
seniors wishing to enter the lottery
should send a representative down to
the ticket office with all of the I.D. car-
ds and coupons in their block. This
block representative will be asked to fill
out a sheet with all the names and I.D.
numbers,-which will be turned in to the
department for verification. Also at this
time, the representative will be given a
numbered lottery stub, with an iden-
tical stub being retained by the depar-
tment. The I.D.'cards and coupons will
be returned at this time.
2) On Thursday, November 9 at 7
p.m. in Crisler Arena, the lottery will be
held. Block representatives must ap-
pear, and their block's position in line
will be determined by the order iri
which the matching stubs are drawn.
3) At a later (as yet undetermined)
date, the block representatives will
reassemble in line at Crisler. The first
block will be able to choose its seats,
followed by the second block, etc. At
this time blocks must send one person
for every four people in the block.
BLOCK SIZE IS limited to 20 people,
and each block receives only one lottery
stub. Thus a group of 20 might be better
off breaking up into five groups of four,
so that chances are better that a stub is
This lottery pertains only to seniors.
Seniors not entering the drawing will be
offered better seats than juniors but
worse than the seniors entering the
drawing. It is to the advantage of the
individual also to enter the drawing.
Distribution to other classes will be
on a first-come, first-serve basis on a
date to be announced. "There's no ad-
vantage to a junior starting a line," ad-
ded Renfrew, "since 75 per cent of the
seats go to seniors anyway. A junior's
chances of getting a really good seat is
not very good."
P iEJ IEVJ
This Week in Sports
In college football this week Michigan celebrates Homecoming in Ann
Arbor by attempting to regain the Little Brown Jug from Minnesota after
last year's 16-0 upset loss. It will be the first time that a Bo Schembechler-
coached team will face the Golden Gophers without the old clay jug, which
became the most famous piece of equipment between two teams in the early
It was following a tie between the two squads that a Minnesota equip-
ment manager swiped the Wolverines' water jug and refused to give it back
until the Blue beat the Gophers, which occurred the following year. The Lit-
tle Brown Jug then became the symbol of contest between the two teams,
and promptly spawned more spinoffs than Mary Tyler Moore. (The Olde
Oaken Bucket is but one example.)
The other Big Ten games this week feature Purdue's league-leading
Boilermakers at Iowa, Illinois at Indiana, winless Northwestern in Colum-
bus to' face the Buckeyes and Michigan State's red-hot Spartans hosting
Johnny Orr's Wolverines are still practicing every day at Crisler in
anticipation of the exhibition opener against Windsor on November 20. The
winless Pistons play twice this week, both games at the Silverdome. Un-
defeated Cleveland invades Pontiac on Wednesday and the Kansas City
Kings follow in on Friday.
Despite being outplayed in both games, the Michigan icers won both
ends of a home-and-home series with Bowling Green this past weekend,
opening the season on a happy note and maintaining an undefeated record
against the Falcons, 9-0. The WCHA season now begins for the Wolverines,
as they host Minnesota-Duluth at Yost Ice Arena Friday and Saturday
The Red Wings have two home games this week, facing off with the
Colorado Rockies and 1977 rookie star Barry Beck on Wednesday. After a
rematch with the Rockies in Denver Friday, the Wings return to Olympia
against Bobby Orr and the Chicago Black Hawks Saturday night.
Other Michigan Sports
A full week starts off with the Volleyball team hosting Central Michigan
at the CCRB this evening at 6:00, then traveling to Illinois for the Big Ten
Championships Friday and Saturday nights. The Field Hockey squad plays
Calvin College in Grand Rapids on Wednesday and travels up north for the
Northern Michigan Invitational this weekend.
Finally, the cross country team enters the serious part of their season
with the Central Collegiate Championships Saturday in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
The harriers follow that with the Big Ten championships and the NCAA
Districts on consecutive weekends. -JAMIE TURNER
State's Smith earns
Praise and tribulations go out to
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CHICAGO (AP)-Quarterback Ed
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Smith is now Michigan State's all-
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Also nominated for the award were
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and Art Schlichter of Ohio State and
running back Marion Barber of Min
Leach scored two touchdowns, gained
82 yards in 12 carries and threw a 65-
yard touchdown pass toaRalph Claylton
in leading the Wolverines to a 42-0 vic-
tory over Wisconsin.
Schlichter accounted for 130 yards
rushing and passing and threw a 78-
yard touchdown pass to Doug Donley as
the Buckeyes rapped Iowa 31-7.
Barber gained 109 yards in 23 carries,
ran seven yards for one touchdown and
caught an eight-yard pass from Mark
Carlson for another score in a 38-14
Minnesota romp over Northwestern.
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On The Steps Of Our State Capitol
OCTOBER 26th - 2:00 PM
TO PROTEST PROPOSAL D
A measure on the November ballot which would
TAKE AWAY the Legitimate RIGHTS OF YOUNG ADULTS
(I) raising the legal drinking age to 21)
Stand up for your rights! March on the Capitol and show the people of
Michigan that Proposal D is nothing more than "Prohibition" in a new form.
Speakers at the rally will include Senator Jackie Vaughn, sponsor of the bill
which lowered the age of majority, members of the Governor's Commission
on the Age of Majority, students, and concerned citizens.
COME JOIN THE PROTEST
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