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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sunday, November 18, 1973

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Whisky to retire from field
(Continued fromrPage 1) for thousands of fans. 30 yard line, just like her mom a
ands of fans. He smuggled Whisky into t h e week ago.
Michigan State game under his coat "What lies ahead for Whisky, the
"THE TRUTH is she's eight in 1967. At half-time a ball w a s blhck-and-white fox terrier, now
years old now, and just can't get thrown out. Whisky ran after it . . . that her playing days are almost
the exercise she needs," says Rod-' and the rest is history. over?
gers. Despite her long career and "She's never received a football
Whisky has had a hard life, success, Whisky will have no one letter and that might be a nice
Traded from a Missouri kennel in to carry on in her dogsteps. idea," says Rodgers.
frm All-American soccer star RODGERS HAD hoped the Bran- "I don'thknow," he says of the
DaeNickelson at Middlebury Col- dy i born in Whisky's first litter dog who has received fan mail,
leein Vermont. three years ago - would carry on proposals of marriage, and the
The boys would play soccer at in her mother's tradition. But in glory of being runner-up for a Ral-
t ralways be able to find Whisky the 1972 Wisconsin game, Brandy ston-Purina dog food ad.
alwr,ays ables tofindicated she might not be a "I guess she'll just lead a dog's
I there," says Rodgers. { good successor. She stopped at the life."
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Whisky had a problem. "She was
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But Rodgers was bright enough to
turn a fixation into a fascination
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of the mass media," he said.
Interest in the .natural sciences
has burgeoned because of the bi-
ological sciences. The physical
sciences-including chemistry and
physics-have lost .8 per cent ofI
their majors since last year while
the biological sciences-including
botany and zoology-have risen
more than two per cent.
ZOOLOGY LAST year was the
fourth motpopulardvsionwt

risen substantially in the last ten
years.
"MANY OF THE careers which
are appealing have a large bio-
logical component," Gans said. He
also pointed out that the ecology
movement and recent environmen-
tal fads had added to biology's
popularity.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Volume LXXXIV, No. 64

BGS popularity rises

7.25 per cent of the majors. This is edited and managed by atudents at
it has risen to third in the the University of Michigan. News phone
year i a ie otidi h 764-0562. Second class postage paid at
rankings with 7.9 per cent. Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106. Published
daily Tuesday through Sunday morning
"Zoology is more relevant these during the University year at 420 May-
days," said Zoology Chairman nard Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104.
Prof. Carl Gans in explaining the Subsr;ption rates: $10 by carrier (cam-
depatmet's urg inpus area); $11 local mail (Michigan and
department's surge i popularity. Ohio); $12 non-local mail (other states
"Most human problems are biologi- and foreign).
cal in nature." Summer session published Tuesday
through Saturday morning. Subscrip-
The rise in zoology follows close ion rates: $5.50 by carrier (campus
area); $6.50 local mail (Michigan and
on the heels of increased interest Ohio); $7.00 non-local mail ,other
in medical careers. Applications at states and foreign).
the University Medical School have

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