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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November 29, 197

Paintings, Prints, Ceramics,
Sculpture, Photography

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1 st Floor,

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GALLERY
Michigan Union
)URS: 10-5 Tues.-Sat.
unday & Mondayj

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By MIKE LISULL
Taking a page out of Bo Schem-
bechler's Man in Motion, head
basketball coach John Orr has de-
cided that recruiting pastures are
greener on the other side-of the
state line, that is.
Out of a total of seven basketball
recruits, five were schooled in
places other than Michigan. Run-
ning down the roster we find
Randy McLean and Bob Malaby
from Michigan, Lionel Worrell from
New York, Tim Jones and Johnny
Robinson from Illinois, and Rick'
White and Steve Grote from Ohio.

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Prewcnrawtn
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have a shot he nails it,"
claimed.
Grote, a 6-2 guard led
cinnati Elder team tot
AAA state championship.
playing forward due to h
lack of height, he resp
the challenge by doubling
leader and rebounder, a
17.5 points and 12 rebou
game. For these con
Grote was named the MV
Ohio StateTournament.
Last year Michigan se
lack an effective floor
Grote,awho already has s
starting position, can s
problem. He is a player
control the tempo of the g
even more important, is
winner.
Another proven winner
Robinson, from Cazzie
home town, Chicago.
"Johnny Robinson is
be one fine player. He ju
ed 17 but he's a real cle
player. He's a real finer
er and, boy-oh-boy, hel
proves week by week,"c
Orr.

fu tu re ot
Orr ex- Robinson, a 6-6 forward, led Chi-
cago Hirsch to the Illinois State
his Cin- Championship by averaging 23.5
the Ohio points per game. It was the first
Although time that a Chicago team had won
is team's the state championship in a long
onded to time.
as flo)r But Robinson didn't stop there.
averaging Unlike teammate Grote, he de-
unds per cided to stay home this summer.
tributions During his vacation in the Windy
JP of the City he led a Chicago team to the
championship of the N a t i o a a l
eemed to Schoolyard Tournament and was
leader, named the MVP.
ecured a From the schoolyards of Brook-
olve this lyn, N.Y., comes another highly
that can valued recruit, Lionel Worrell.
ame and, "Lionel Worrell has a future
a proven here at Michigan," professed
Orr. "He's a hard worker with a
is Johnny tremendous attitude, and he just
Russell's loves to play the game. Unfor-
tunately he didn't get real good
going to coaching in high school and is
ust turn- behind the rest of the team in
ver ball basic fundamentals," Orr con-
rebound- ceeded.
just im- Worrell has the enthusiasm and
declared the basic skills, but as Orr admits,,
he is lacking in fundamentals. His

.laying time will be limited this
ye r because of Grote, Wayman
Britt and Joe Johnson. B:t he has
the potential to be a real plus to
the Michigan basketball program
in the future.
Another guard who will see lim-
ited action this year :s former
Southfield Lathrup star Bob Mal-
aby.
"Bob Malaby is coming
around," promised Orr. "He's
showing now what a fine floor
leader andshooter he is. His
onlyproblem will be the floor
time he can get this year, play-
ing behind Grote, Britt, JohnsonI

rookie crop,

Wow-Wail 'Till1 You See Our
" Ojibway Headbands, Armbands & Necklaces
" Silver Jewelry from the Black Hills
" Danish Wooden and Felt Christmas Trim
* Wrought Iron Wall Brackets
" Feather Earrings-Large & Small
" Driftwood & Sandstone Candles
" Canadian Driftwood & Driftwood Rope Hangers
" South Dakota Mica, Rose Quartz & Gold Pans
" Stuffed Animals, Rag Dolls & Penny Candy
FFREE COFFEE & PEANUTS
AND YOU THOUGHT WE WERE JUST
ANOTHER FLOWER SHOP!!
Goooikew i Garden Patch
225 E. LIBERTY ST.

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fClass "Steve Grote does everythingI
7t &-SS 90. well. He's aggressive, doesn't
7:00__ 9:00__P.M. _ force his shot and when he doesj
Tomorrow FRIDAY
$495
with bread, butter, Greek salad,
baked potato & sour cream
by reservation-please specify
lobster when making reservation
U-IAI VT C T4AL
(OZhr.FinsTnm fr $43.40
(other dinners from $3.50)

and Worrell," advised the Blue
mentor.
For the remainder of the seven
rookies, reports will just have to
wait. Ra dy McLean, a 6-9 center,
from nearby Walled Lake was sup-
posed to provide some sorely need-
ed depth in the pivot, on the basis
of his 31 points and 21 rebounds
per game school boy statistics.
However, McLean withdrew from
school for personal reasons and
despite the fact that, he plans to
re-enroll in January his eligibility
and ability to help this year's
roundballers is a question mark.
Another early casualty is Tim
Jones, 6-5, from Elgin, Ill. Jones,
a versatile player, played all three
positions in high school but shortly
after school began he injured his
knee and will go under the knife
over Christmas. Needless to say
he is lost for the year.
The last recruit is following in
the foot steps of starting center
C. J. Kupec. Rick White, school-
boy star in both football and
basetball has just joined the
roundballers after playing foot-
ball all fall.
Right now it looks as if Grote
will be the only freshman to see a
lot of floor time, but as the year
goes on, things change and like
they say, anything can happen and
probably will.

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Thursday -Friday -Saturday
NOVEMBER 29-30, DECEMBER 1
EDDPIE
HARRIS

Steve Grote

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POTTERS GUILD
CH RISTMAS SALE
DECEMBER 2, t
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201 Hill St.
Ann Arbor

COMING
Dec. 6-7-8

Jimmy Reed

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

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2333 E. STADIUM BLVD.
below the Frontier Restaurant
(near Washfenaw) Ann Arbor
AMPLE FREE PARKING
Call 663-9165 for information
A Musical Oasis

ANN ARBOR CIVIC BALLET
PRESENTS
A Christmas'Concert

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at the
POWER CENTER
SUNDAY, December 2
Matinee Performance-2:30 p.m.
Hansel and Gretel
International Ethnic Dances
ADULTS $2.00-CHILDREN $1.00
Evening Performance-8:00 p.m.
JAZZ BALLET
LES SYLPHIDES
ALL TICKETS $2.50
Tickets on sale at Stanger's, Sylvia Studio, Chelsea Flower
Shop, Hutzel's, The Yum-Yum Tree, Power Center.

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-FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30-
THE ROARING 20'S
JAMES CAGNEY, PRISCILLA LANE
Three fundamentally incompatible war buddies come home to
New York and get into the bootlegging racket. A Broad-morality
play by Mark Hellinger.

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plush Wool Blend pea coat
for Miss J. . .when she's out
and doing, the weather
takes a back seat to this
camel-colored classic for-
Wool Puts the Life in a Blend
.true sport coating that
has a great thing going
with pants. In wool/nylon,
5 to 13 sizes. $60.
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7:30 and 9:30 P.M.

Auditorium 3

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KEY LARGO
EDWARD G. ROBINSON, LAUREN BACALL,
LIONEL BARRYMORE
Johnny Rocco, a deported racketeer (Robinson), and his hench-
men Curley, Toots, Angel and Ralph, take over an island hotel
and menace the father widow of Bogart's wartime buddy.

MIGHTY
JOE
YOUNG
Tues .Wed-Thur
Nov 27, 28,29
COVER: $2.25
BROADCAST "LIVE" ON WCBN 89.5 FM TUES. NIGHT

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7:30 and 9:30 P.M.

Auditorium 4

-Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 1-2-
CASABLANCA
INGRID BERGMAN, PAUL HENREID,
PETER LORRE, SIDNEY GREENSTREET
Wartime Casablanca is full, of refugees from Nazi aggression.
"As Time Goes By," thev all go to Rick's Cafe Americaine.

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7:30 and 9:30 P.M.

Auditorium 3

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TO HAVE AND
HAVE NOT
LAUREN BACALL, WALTER BRENNAN
Produced and directed by Howard Hawks, from a screenplay by
William Faulkner.
Bogart is captain of a small cabin cruiser, working out of Mar-
tinique. Bogart and Bacall met to do with film and their caustic
love scenes are some of their best work ever.

Sun
Dec 2cATR
COVER: $3.50
TIM BUCKLEY JAMES COTTON
Coming: Dec 12 & 13 Dec 16&17
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Auditorium 4

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