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Wednesday, December 9, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Lions to invade
'M' Stadium
Michigan Stadium will be the scene of a National Foot-
ball League preseason game next year The Daily learned last
night. An agreement was concluded yesterday between Michi-
gan Athletic Director Donald B. Canham and the owner of
the Detroit Lions, William Clay Ford, to hold the exhibition.
The Detroit Lions will be the home team-for the contest
and will host the Baltimore Colts. No definite date for the
game has been announced as yet, but it will be scheduled
for the weekend of August 20-
22.

CAGERS SEEK VICTORY:

Tournaments lie ahead

The contest, which will be the
Lion's third / exhibition g a-m e.
marks the second time that a
professional exhibition will have
been played in a University facil-
ity. Earlier this year the Detroit
Pistons and the New York Knicks
met in a National Basketball As-
sociation game in Crisler Arena.
Prior to this year the Big Ten
did not allow its members to host
professional sports, but at the con-
ference meeting last winter pre-
season games were approved.
Financial details have not been
completed yet, but it was learned!
the Michigan's share of the pro-
ceeds will exceed the usual ten
percent associated with such ar-
rangements.
The anticipated revenues from
the game are described as lucritive
for everyone. Michigan's share of

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
SANDI GENIS
Tickets for the game will not
be included in either the Lion or
Wolverine season blocks, but spec-
ial priority will be given to Michi-
gan season ticket holders. Spec-
ial arrangements will also be made
for Michigan students. Top regu-
lar ticket price will be $6.
Former Wolverine football play-
ers Tom Curtis and Rick Volk are
now members of the Colts and
will be making their return to
Michigan Stadium. Accompanying
them will be perennial favorite

By MORT NOVECK
Punchdrunk from the blow of
losing its first three games of the
season to a trio of highly rated
cage squads, the outclassed Michi-
gan basketball team will get a
chance to pick up some sorely
needed momentum over the win-
ter break before opening the Big
Ten season once classes resume.
The Wolverines start their climb
off the canvass tomorrow night in
a game against cross-county rival
E a s t e r n Michigan. They then
tangle with the depleted Univer-
sity of Detroit Titans Saturday
afternoon. Both games will be
played in Crisler Arena.
Following. a short pause while
the members of the squad take
their finals, the team will play
host to the first Michigan Invi-
tational Basketball tournament.
s Wyoming, Harvard, and Califor-
nia will be coming in for the fes-
tivities, starting on December 21.
The rest of the Michigan holi-
day schedule is on the road, but
;aner no one, coaches and sportswriters
included, is complaining. In fact,
_ the team probably wishes it could
make the trip without bothering
to participate in the tournament
as there are other things to do
where they are going.
Incidently, the name of the
tourney the Wolverines are at-
tending from December 26-30 is
i the Rainbow Classis. And it's held
rst shut- in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Aside from the host University
of Hawaii and Michigan, other
lucky participants include Villa-
nova, Illinois, Brigham Young,
New York University, St. Louis
University, and Subpac, a service
team.
Ii view of the nature of two of
the participants, the Wolverines
will have a chance to deal a
crushing blow to both militarism
and racism if they take the tour-
nament.
While the Wolverine's oppon-!
ents over the break won't be as
tough as the first three, they
aren't exactly in the same league
with the Cleveland C a v a l i e r s
either.
Last year's Eastern Michigan
squad was the winningest team in
the school's basketball history, go-
ing 19-6 for the regular season
and then participating in the
NAIA tournament, finishing the
year at 22-7.
Nine lettermen return led by 6-8
Kennedy McIntosh, who averaged
20 points per game last season
and led the team in rebounding.
Other returning starters are Earl
Dixon and Lindell Reason.
The University of Detroit has
had problems this year. Coach Jim
Harding is not exactly popular
with his players and for a while
it looked like he would have to
jump center himself. The team's
problems, however, haven't ex-

tended to its play as the Titans
took their first two.
Things looked bleak for the
Cowboys out in Wyoming at the
end of last season, but three huge
junior college transfers arrived to
the rescue in a cloud of dust with
a hearty "stuff that ball."
With 6-10 Jerry Bucks, 6-7 Sam
Ballard, and 6-4 Franklin Irvin
joining the five returning letter-
men and two tall sophomores, 8-9
Rod Penner and 6-7 Mike Wells,
the Cowboys will have height if
nothing else.
Harvard went only 7-19 last
year, but with the addition of
sup er s o p h s James Brown and
Floyd Lewis, the Crimsons win-
ning itch should be soothed some-
what. Brown averaged 21 points
and 10 rebounds a game as a frosh
while Lewis also scored 21 while
snatching 14 rebounds in each
contest.
California is perhaps the weak-
est squad of the group, due to a
lack of height, but has four re-
turning regulars who averaged in
double figures last year. They will
be joined by sophomore John
Coughran, who at 6-6 220 will
have to do most of the board
work himself.
Michigan's opponent in the
opening round of the Rainbow
classic will be St. Louis University.
The Bills went only 7-19 last year
but will be improved.

-Daily-Denny C

Ken Brady shoots one up

PENGUINS POUNCE-
Reed, Knicks cruc lz

the proceeds will go into scholar- John Unitas and former Michigan,
ship and building funds. State Spartan Bubba Smith.
IGridders granted eligibility
Wings lose goalie Edwards
By The Associated Press ! CLEVELAND - The Cleve-
*CHICAGO - Three Michigan land Cavaliers traded guard John-
football players were granted an ny Egan to the San Diego Rockets
extra year of eligibility yesterday yesterday for a third-round draft
by the Eligibility Committee at the choice and an undisclosed amount
Big Ten's winter meetings. of money.

By The Associated Press quarter and his only seven of the
NEW YORK - Willis Reed led fourth.
two decisive first-half rushes, then*
sank 10 straight field goals in the Leafs wilted
final half, leading the New York
Knicks to an easy 139-121 victory PITTSBURGH - Rookie Greg
over Portland in a National Bas- Polis, the Penguins No. 1 draft
ketball Association g a m e 1 a s t choice, scored one goal and set up
right. two more as he led Pittsburgh to
Ree d who finished with 37 a 4-0 victory over Toronto in a
points, scored the last seven of National Hockey League game
the first when New York turned a last night.
23-20 deficit into a 34-25 lead. : "
Portland. never got closer than S
seven points again, and when Scores
Reed's basket started a run of 13 N B A
consecutive New York points at New York 139, Portland 121
the end of the half, the Trail Chicago 98, San Francisco 87
Blazers were finished. Seattle 107, Philadelphia 104
The Knicks led 66-48 at half- Boston 122, Buffalo 102
time with Reed contributing 16 ABA
points and 15 rebounds. Then he Virginia 120, New York 116
supplied the crusher by hitting his N H L
last three field shots of the third Pittsburgh 4, Toronto 0

( Al Smith recorded his fi

Paul Seymour, tight end for
the varsity this season, did not
play in his sophomore year. Fred
Grambau, a defensive tackle, will
be in his junior year of eligibil-
ity next season. He missed the
past campaign with injuries. David
Zuccarelli, tailback, will also be
allowed an extra year of varsity
competition.
con*. . *
* DETROIT - The Detroit Red
Wings, reeling under injuries to
*superstar Gordie Howe. and to
three veteran defensemen, receiv-
ed the worst news yet Monday
when it was learned that No. 1
goalie Roy Edwards would be lost
for from three to -four weeks.
Edwards suffered what was ori-
ginally believed to be a mild con-
cussion when he fell to the ice
while trying to make a save in the
Wing's 4-2 loss to St. Louis Sun-
day. But X-kays taken Monday re-
vealed that the 33-year-old Ed-
wards received a hairline skull

Egan is in his 10th year in the
National Basketball Association.
-* * *
" BLACKSBURG, Va. - Char-
lie Coffey, head defensive coach
at the University of Arkansas,
was named head football coach at
Virginia Tech yesterday.
Coffey, 36, succeeds Jerry Clal-
borne, who resigned after 10 years
as Tech coach on Nov. 1 following
two consecutiye losing seasons.
Coffey was a standout guard for
Tennessee in the mid-50s. He had
been on Frank Broyles' Arkansas
staff since 1966.
* * *
" NEW YORK - Ed Marinaro
of Cornell, the national rushing
champion, was one of three re-
peaters named yesterday to T h e
Associated Press All-East college
football team.
Also making the select squad for
the second time were linebacker
Jack Ham of Penn State and de-
fensive end Jim Gallagher of Yale.
" ATLANTA - Louisiana State,
the. conference champion, placed
three members of its stellar de-
fensive unit, tackle John Sage, line-
backer Mike Anderson, and corn-
erback Tommy Casanova, on the
Associated Press All-Southeastern
Conference football team for 1970
and Auburn's Pat Sullivan won the
quarterback spot over Mississippi.
superstar Archie Manning.
Sullivan, the junior who led the
nation in total offense with 2,856
yards, drew six votes from the sev-
en-member AP Southeastern All-
American Advisory Board for
football, which selected the team.

out of the season, stopping 29
Toronto shots, including 15 in
the second period.
The Penguins scored one goal
in the first period, two in the sec-
ond and Polis wound up the scor-
ing with his fifth goal of the
season early in the last period.
Ken Schinkel scored the Pen-
guins first period goal after tak-
ing a perfect pass from Polis and
Brian Hextall scored the second
goal when a short shot by Polis
caromed off his leg into the net
midway in the second period.
HAPPY "
HOLIDAYS
from
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0 East Univ. off So. Univ.

YES, WE .NOW HAVE
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somewhat grand OPENING SALE
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" SAN DIEGO-Lance AlI -
worth, the San ,iego Chargers'
all-pro wide rec fver, is suing the
San Diego Ch gers for alleged
breach of contr et while challeng-
ing the struc .re of professional
football in a econd lawsuit.
A Superio: Court suit filed on
Monday cotends the Chargers
violated stale antitrust laws a n d
seeks to vo d his contract, stated
as a three- ear pact at $35,000 an-
nually sign d in 1967.
With a v ided contract, Alworth
would not e bound to the Charg-
ers for 19 1 through an option
clause, ther by freeing himself to
negotiate Wvith any team.

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The best apartments for next fall
are renting now. We would like
to show you what we've got.
Stop by our offices, corner of
Washtenaw and South U, soon.
CHARTER
REALTY

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