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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, 'Agri 118, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, April 18, 1974

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JOHN ROSS
University of Western Australia
Department of Psychology
"Experiments in Real Time
Stereoscopic Vision"
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The following, in
alphabetical order, is 'a
list of the governments
that came to the
aid of the Jews in
Hitler Europe:
DENMARK

ABA draft.
From Wire Service Reports
NEW YORK - Bob Kaufman, a 6-8 reserve center-forward
with the Buffalo Braves, gained the honor of being the first NBA
player ever to be drafted by the rival American Basketball Asso-
ciation.
Outstanding players selected by the ABA included 1972-73
NBA MVP Dave Cowens of Boston, Rudy Tomjanovich from
Michigan (via Houston), Atlanta's Pete Maravich and Cazzie
Russell, Yost Fieldhouse's gift to Golden State.
The upstart league shied away from such NBA superstars as
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar- of Milwaukee and Bob Lanier of Detroit,
both of whom have signed long-term contracts. ABA Commis-
sioner Mike Storen was appropriately pleased.
"If the first team making a pick had said Jabbar or Lanier,"
Storen said, "I would have been disappointed. I was pleased
with the serious, businesslike approach in which the players
were drafted."

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THE DEPARTMENT OF
CLASSICAL STUDIES

and

THE SELIGSON PLAYERS

invite you to enjoy
a performance of

Pla utus'

CURCULIO
(alias The WEEVIL)

I A hilarious comedy in the lineage of 'A Funny
Thing Happend on the Way to the Forum'

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Ignorance of Latin is no barrier to your pleasure..

The Unversity of Michigan
PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM

TO BE SEEN IN THE

FOYER OF ANGELL HALL

THURSDAY, APR. 18 at
FRIDAY, APR. 19 8 p.m.
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A strange move was Memphis' selection (in the fifth round)
of Dave DeBusschere, who has signed a ten-year contract to take
over in June as General Manager of the New York Nets. If he
can get the right players in return, maybe he'll trade himself.
The complete list of NBA players tabbed by ABA teams (cur-
rent team in parentheses):
FIRST ROUND
Virginia: Bob Kauffman (Buffalo); Memphis: Rick Roberson
(Portland); Denver: Nate Thurmond (Golden State); San Diego:
Cazzie Russell (Golden State); San Antonio: Tom Boerwinkle
(Chicago); Indiana: Clifford Ray (Chicago); Carolina: Pete
Maravich (Atlanta); Utah: Bob Christian (Phoenix); Kentucky:
Jim Price (Los Angeles); New York: Phil Chenier (Capitol).
SECOND ROUND
Memphis: Norm Van Lier (Chicago); Virginia: George John-
son (Golden State); San Diego: Sidney Wicks (Portland); Den-
ver: Tom Van Arsdale (Philadelphia); San Antonio: Clyde Lee
(Golden State); Indiana: Bill Bradley (New York); Carolina:
Henry Bibby (New York); Utah: Geoff Petrie (Portland); Ken-
tucky:. Greg Smith (Portland); New York:. Dave. Cowens
(Boston).
THIRD ROUND
Virginia: Dick Snyder (Seattle); Memphis: Lenny Wilkens
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"A liberatingly funny pitch-black comedy. A chilling,
hilarious dirty movie that, tickles us with memories
of Fellini and Resnais and Buiuel, of Antonioni and
Bergman."-Foster Hirsch, in the New York Times
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NBA stars
(Cleveland); Denver: DON ADAMS (Detroit); San Diego: CUR-
TIS ROWE (Detroit); San Antonio: Neal Walk (Phoenix); In-
diana: Mel Counts (Los Angeles); Carolina: Phil Jackson (New
York); Utah: Howard Porter (Chicago); Kentucky: Roland Gar-
rett (Chicago); New York: Jerry Sloan (Chicago).
FOURTH ROUND
Memphis: Paul Silas (Boston); Virginia: Calvin Murphy
(Houston); San Diego: Gail Goodrich (Los Angeles); Denver:
Rick Adelman (Chicago); San Antonio: Steve Kuberski (Bos-
ton); Indiana: Pat Riley (Los Angeles); Carolina: Paul West-
phal (Boston); Utah: Rudy Tomianovich (Houston); Kentucky:
Herm Gilliam (Atlanta); New York: Jim Fox (Seattle).
FIFTH ROUND
Virginia: Barry Clemens (Cleveland); Memphis: Dave De-
Busschere (New York); Denver: Lou Hudson (Atlanta); San
Diego: Connie Hawkins (Los Angeles); San Antonio: Lloyd Neal
(Portland); Indiana: JIM DAVIS (Detroit); Carolina: Jeff Mul-
lins (Golden State); Utah: Bob McAdoo (Buffalo); Kentucky:
Larry Steele (Portland); New York: Garfield Heard (Buffalo).
Go down, Moses
NEW YORK - The ABA pulled a shocker during the third
round of its draft of collegiate players yesterday, when the Utah
Stars selected high school sensation Moses Malone, who was
reportedly visiting the University of Maryland at the time.
"We think he might be in the calibre of a Julius Erving
or a George McGinnis," Stars GM Arnie Ferrin claimed, and
added that "we are not going to pressure him to sign with
us."
Malone averaged 25 rebounds and 35.8 points per game,
for Petersburg (Virginia) High. He led his team to 50 con-
secutive victories and two state championships.
The ABA college draft (the first two rounds of which were
done secretly last March 6) did not include such college aces
as Bill Walton of UCLA, David Thompson of North Carolina
State, Marvin Barnes of Providence, John Shumate of Notre
Dame, and Campy Russell of Michigan. All had been claimed in
previous ABA drafting sessions.
College players drafted yesterday by the American Basket-
ball Association (First two rounds picked privately March 6):
FIRST ROUND
Virginia: Tom McMillen (Maryland); Memphis: Scott Wed-
man (Colorado); San Diego: Major Jones (Albany, Ga. State);
Denver: James "Fly" Williams (Austin Peay); Virginia (from
San Antonio): Jan vanBreda Kolff (Vanderbilt); Indiana: Billy
Knight (Pittsburgh); Carolina: John Lucas (Maryland); San
Diego (from Kentucky): Cliff Pondexter (Long Beach State);
New York: Brian Winters (South Carolina); Utah: Joe Merri-
weather (Southern Illinois).
SECOND ROUND
Memphis: Clarence Walker (W. Georgia); Virginia: Jesse
Dark (Virginia Commonwealth); San Diego: Gus Bailey (UT-
EP); Denver. Frank Kendriek (Purdue); San Antonio: Leonard
Robinson (Tennessee State); Indiana:-Bruce King- (Pan Ameri-
can); New York (from Carolina): Rich Kelley (Stanford); Ken-
tucky: Al Eberhard (Missouri); Carolina (from New York): Gus
Gerald (Virginia U.); Utah: Len Kosmalski (Tennessee).
THIRD ROUND
Memphis: Robert Wilson (Iowa State); Utah (from Virginia):
Moses Malone (Petersburg, Va., High School); Denver: Mike So-
journer (Utah); Virginia (from San Diego): Lionel Billingy
(Duquesne); Utah (from San Antonio): Aaron James (Gramb-
ling); Indiana: Roland Grant (New Mexico State); Utah (from
Carolina): Tom Barker (Colorado); Kentucky (from Utah): Sam-
my High, Tulsa; San Antonio (from Kentucky) Colis Temple
(Louisiana State); New York: Tom Boswell (South Carolina).

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