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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, Nonvember 27, 1973

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Students
have say in
VP selection
(Continued from Page 1)
In other business, the committee
expressed some discontent with
the recommendation that an inde-
pendent University police force be
set up, but reached no clear con-
sensus.
The dispute centered around the
necessity for such a force and to
what extent the use of firearms
should be allowed.
AFTER THE meeting, Chairman
Frederick Goodman of tae School
of Education said, "the odds of us
approving the plan may have gone
down. If SACUA were to reject{
it, this would weigh heavily in the
Regents' final decision.'

Players shocked"by
Rose Bowl decision

(Continued from Page 1)
team's reaction. "I'm sitting here
and I can't believe we just played
our last game. I was all up for go-
ing out to the coast. I had my plans
made but now it's over. I hope
they (the 1974 Wolverines) kill any-
one who vcted against us."
The news of the tragic decision
reached some players at awkward
times.
"I WAS TAKING some friends'
home to Detroit," explained tight!
end Paul Seal, "and some five or
six-year old kids playing football
in the street told me about it. At
first I thought they were kidding.
It'll take me a while to get over
it."

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Some local broadcasters and
writers have s'iggested the decision
was a slap at both athletic director
Don Canham and the University as
a whole. There was little disagree-
ment among the Wolverines.
"They (the Big Ten) just don't
like us," Seal claimed. "I don't
know why but ever since we were
freshmen they've never liked Mich-
igan. It's almost like they're jealous
of us because we're winners.
"THOSE ATHLETIC directors
voted not knowing a damn thing
about the game-and that's what
really gets me," Seal said.
Upon hearing that most of the
Ohio State players felt guilty about
the decision, Seal responded, "They
had better!"
For Bo, the juniors., sophomores,
and freshmen on the ..squad, there
is always a chance for .revenge next
year in Columbu." But for 30
seniors, tomorrow- will never come.
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lyn Col., "A Day in the Musical Life of
Louis XIV," SMRecital Hall, 4 pm.. SUMME
Army Officer Educ. Program: A. Or- 3200 SA
ganski, "World Power & Its RelationsD
to the United States Army," Aud, 3,' Detail
MLB, 4 pm. ploymer
Psych Film Series: "Afrikaner;" lge/He
"Paranoid Conditions," Aud. B, An-
gell Hall 4 pm. Inst.
Women's Studies Films: "The Black St~te U
Women;" "Lavender," Multipurpose Program
Rm., UGLI, 7:30 pm. est in F
Music School: R. V. Williams' Christ- of stud
mas cantata, "Hodie"; conductor, Bar- availabii
bara Born, SM grad student; 25-voice Feb. 15.

's choir & 55-voice adult choir.
anted by organ & orchestra; SM
soloists; St. Andrews Episcopal
,8 pm.
R PLACEMENT
B, 763-4117
ed info regarding summer em-
nt for guides at Greenfield .Vil-
=ry Ford Museum has arrived.
e for interviewing Jan. 18.
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niv. announces Summer Intern
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