100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

September 21, 1973 - Image 7

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1973-09-21

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

" Friday, September 21, 1973:

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Frida, Sepembe 21, 973 HE MIHIGAN.A.L ....Sev.

W

King triumphs in 'battle of sexes'

(Continued from Page 1)t
Entering the arena to a reaction!
of boos and cheers, Riggs playedt
the first several games in a warm-
up jacket emblazoned with "Sugar
Daddy" on the back. But he quick-f
ly discarded it as King began her;
onslaught.
BY THE END of the match
Riggs appeared deeply fatigued
and rubber legged-merely a shell'
of the man who clobbered Court'
on Mother's Day.
The puckish little man, who had
occasion to remark women should1
be kept barefoot and pregnant]
seemed a tragic figure at the con-

test's merciful conclusion as he
fell victim to slam-bam tactics
that left him dazed.
After taking a few minutes to
pick up the pieces of his shattered
ego, the all time hustler came
back undaunted-vowing to take
up golf against the females.
"MAYBE I will take on the golf-
ers," he remarked. "I hit the ball
about the way a woman does."
The Houston crowd represented
the largest audience to ever see a
tennis match and over 35 million

A circus-like atmosphere per-
vaded the match as four well mus-
cled young men carried King to the
playing court on a Cleopatraesque
litter. Not to be outdone Riggs ap-
peared in a rickshaw pulled by
eight well-endowed women clad
in red shorts.
Although each of the combatants
had his or her own rooting section,
the racous crowd as a whole seem-
ed to be pulling for the libber to
trounce the lobber.
While the match probably prov-

membered forever in the annals
of the athletic absurd. And like-
wise Riggs has been perserved in
legend like the boy who cried wolf
as a person whose mouth got the
better of him.
ON THE contrary King has
reached the zenith of her glory by
knocking off the male supremists'
high priest. Yet the match may be
an inescapable albatross. Twenty
years from now King won't be hail-
ed the winner of incredible vic-
tories at Forrest Hills and Wim-
bleton but the woman who put that
self rightous sexist Riggs in his
place - the loser's locker room.

TheLU
Shoe

r" , .#
, !a
f
[[
+ y'!1
U 1
r"
-. _. \

r--- .,
. '"-,l
' l
i'
4'
4
3
t ,
1.

Coupon

t7

people viewed the massacre via ed nothing and drew far more at-
the tube. tention than any sports event de-
serves, it will undoubtedly be re-

SGC supports demands

WOMEN-Come to

I

(Continued from Page 1)
COUNCIL PRESIDENT Lee Gill
last night made two surprising an-
nouncements: Police Chief Walter
Krasny, he said, has agreed to
speak and answer questions at next
week's SGC meeting, and Univer-
sity President Robben Fleming has
promised to do likewise on a bi-
weekly basis.
Both Krasny and Fleming should
prove interesting guests: S G C

members indicated last night that
they would seek answers from the
police chief on marijuana law en-
forcement policies, and from the
University's chief executive on
such matters as tuition hikes and
changes in residency rules.
SGC also voted last night to re-
establish a meat co-op at an un-
specified time in the future. Last
year's similar attempt appeared
to fail for lack of student interest.

"BANNER MAKING PARTY"
for upcoming Women's Fair

Worth $5 off any pair of men's or women's shoes and
boots. All sizes. Allstyles.FromSl5 to $45.
See our new arrivals including pleated wool pants,
knit pant suits by Kingston Knits, jersey tops, fancy
silk shirts for men, 30's styles dresses, carved leather
purses and belts.
1317 S.U.
Next to the Village Bell
ANN ARBOR

MON., Sept. 24

Rm. 333
Michigan Union

8

p.m.

Bring scraps, beads, yarn & ideas
Childcare available

11,

U--

Stanford Univ. Alumni,

&

Friends

GALA EVEIf

SATURDAY,

Sept.

22-8

p.m.

MUSIC &

DANCING

(bands)

DRINK

(Kegs)

Waldon Hill Apts.
(ACTIVITIES BLDG.)
End of Pauline Drive, 2100 Block
(turn west of Stadium Blvd.)
last apt. complex on Pauline
before it ends

AP Photo
BOBBY "THE MOUTH" RIGGS leaves the court near the end
of the third match of the "Battle of the Sexes," in which Billie
Jean King defeated the one-time king of the courts to take the
$100,000 prize.
ATTENTION
LS&A STUDENTS:
Are you fair-minded, conscientious, and
interested in being involved?
Then s i g n up now to interview for
appointment to the
LS&A STUDENT,
JUDICIARY
Sign the list at room 3M, Michigan Union,
or call Chuck Redman, 761-1597, by Satur-
day, Sept. 22.
U7 1

Romp with members
of the Stanford Band

Fa . -~ _ _ _ _ _ --_.____I

THE HOUSING OFFICE
NEEDS STUDENT EMPLOYEES
IN FOOD SERVICE
HOURS: Anytime between
10:30-1:30 Week Days
PLACE:
CouZens--764-2 14
Alice Lloyd-764-1183
West Quad-764-1111
Bursley Hall-763-1121
Stockwell-764-1 194
Mary Markley--764-1151
Barbour-764-1166
STARTING RATE: 1.85/hr.
MEALS: Available at Reasonable Cost
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN IS A
NON-DISCRIMINATORY AFFIRMATIVE-ACTION EMPLOYER

STUDENTS...
In July 1970 the Regents aprroed. a bylaw that enabled
setting up of student majority policy committees for
Office of Student Services (OSS).
We need some students for the following OSS committees:
-Career Planning and Placement
-Counseling
-Health Service

the
the

-Special

Services and

Programs

WE HAVE THE STRUCTURE-NOW WE NEED YOU
Coll Jessica Kaercher (764-7420) Mon.-Fri.

n.

PRE-SEASON
Sk "and
Boot Sale,
For the skier who is looking for the
right ski at the right price. Junior,
Beginner, Intermediate and Expert.,
SKIS:

TAPE
RECORDER
SPECIALISTS

JACOBSON'S OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00 P.M.

a

AUTHORIZED WARRANTY
& REPAIR STATION
" Advent * Akoi
* Altec"* Ampex
" Bell & Howell
" BSR 0 Concord F
"Craig 0 Crown ii
"Dual 0 Dynaco
SElectr-Voice
" Garrard 0 Grundig
" HBrmon/Kardon
" JBL 0 Kenwood
" KLH * Lenco
MagnocordI
* Mrantz
" Mayfair
" Miracord Q
" Norelco * Philips r
" Pioneer 0 Revox
" Roberts 0 Sansui
" Sanyo 0"Scan-Dyna
" Schaub-Lorenz
" Sony/Superscope
" Telex "0 Thorens
" Tandberg " Teac MC Ad
" Toshiba " Uher tem Mo
" V-M 0 Wallensak and Flu

"THE FULLY-EQUIPPED
AUDIO LABORATORY"

,

>1/IP

I '

fI

VOLKL

ZEBRA . .
YS 400..
WEDELGLASS
EXPLOSIV I
BOOT
NORDICA
SESTRIERE
FOAM
BUTTERFLY
FOAM
F'T1BN

129.50
87.50
54.50
139.50

. YAMAHA
ALL-ROUND"1 57.50
ALL-ROUND 2 79.50
ALL-ROUND 3 97.50
Hi-FLEX ... 119.50
MPX . 109.50
SHORT ... 79.50
RACER ...74.50

FORMIDABLE
SIDERAL ...
207 only
MYSTERE
CHAPRAL

SPALDING

159.50
137.50
19.50
69.50

_
.
s ,,
« ,, ®:
_..
ono

e e

I
'.

t' . @ @:

ams Digital Audio Analyzer Sys-
idel 2000A and Phase Lock Wow
tter Analyzer Model 1000.

'..,
;:

Corduroy gets the
big kick from Kazool
A lean and rangy length
of easy care pinwale
cotton corduroy turning up
in those.big3-inch cuffs
. .trim and tough with
all-out comfort in tan,
navy, green or grey.
29 to 36 waist; 30 to 36
length. $12.

7S-:

RAICHLE
SPEED FREAK 129.50
44.50 RAICHLE JR. . 28.00
64.50
ALL SALES FINAL

TECHNUS
PLUS .... 134.50
CUSTOM ... 117.50
TECHNUS (cobt.)
RACER ....149.50
LADIES . 134.50

" CONSUMER AND PROFESSIONAL MODELS
" WE DO CUSTOM MODIFICATIONS

O '

t
"mum

I= = .
."

1fCI1I

M..

I

I

Complete Auto Repair

I

UHP

.

'I', 'IN 'I
RWOUR

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan