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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, April 14, 1913

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IN DOGWOOD RELAYS:

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MONDAY, April 16
Dr. Edgar E.Willis
Chairman, Department of
Speech, Communication and Theater
SPEAKS ON
{i "RESPONSIBILITY OF
0r
IE BROADCASTING"
broadcasting as a means of mass media
communication: advantages and disad-
vantages.
7TH LECTURE OF A SERIES ENTITLED
{ MAN AND HIS WAYS
7:30-9:00 P.M.
INTERNATIONAL CENTER RECREATION ROOM
603 E. MADISON
Informal discussion follows lecture
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED
The University of Michigan
International Center

Tracks ters

truck south

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By MIKE LISULL
Michigah spring weather should
be an enigma to Wolverine track
coach Dixon Farmer, a . Cali-
fornia native. Summer sunshine
one day and snow on the next can
really wreck havoc with track
workouts. However, Farmer has
learned the vagaries of Mich-
igan's weather. "It always snows
the week of April 7th," he claims.
To circumvent the irritating
but predictably inconsistent mid-
west clime, Farmer's thinclads
are headed -southragain. The site
for this week's roadshow is in-
famous Knoxville, Tennessee,
where some of Michigan's finest
runners and jumpers will com-
pete in the Dogwood Relays.
The mood for this excursion
is extremely optimistic. Farmer
said, "We opened our season here
last year and were extremely
successful, and everyone is look-
ing forward to going back."
The list of Michigan accomp-
lishments at last year's relays
was impressive. Steve Adams
won both the shot put and discus.
The 440-relay team tied a school

This Weekend in Sports
TODAY
BASEBALL - (2) Illinois at Champaign
TRACK - Dogwood Relays Knoxville, Tenn.
E.M.U. Open Ypsilanti 12:00 p.m.
TENNIS - Four team meet at S. Illinois Univ.
GOLF - Illinois Invitational, Champaign, Ill.
LACROSSE - Cincinnati, 2:00 p.m. Ferry Field
RUGBY - Big Ten Tournament, East Lansing
TOMORROW
LACROSSE - At Columbus

hurdles. The distance medlay re-
lay team set a school record of
9:49.0 and the mile relay team
ran a fine 3,14.8 for a fifth
place finish.
The squad is relatively healthy.
Only freshman pole vaulter Ter-
ry Hart is on the sidelines, suf-
fering from a pulled hamstring,'
Greg Syphax has recovered from
his ankle injury and has looked
extremely sharp in recent work-
outs. "We've just completed our
best week of practice this year,"

said Farmer.
Eyphax, one of last year's co-
captains, was attempting to
switch to the 440 intermediate
hurdles, a Wolverine weakness,
when his ankles acted up, forc-
ing him to sit out the Western
Kentucky meet and return to
the flat races.
In the field events,aAdams will
defend his shot and discus
crowns. Freshmen Mike Nowacki
and Doug Gibbs will high jump
and fellow frosh Abraham But-
ler will compete in the long and
triple jump.,
Out on the track, the Wolve's
have entries in two individual
events and three relays. Murray
will defend his high hurdle crown
with competition from teammate
Mel Reeves. Murray and Reeves

will also run on the 440 relay
team. Greg Syphax and Kim
Rowe will battle each -other for
the 220 dash title, and team up
on the 440 and mile relay teams.
Al Cornwell and Eric Chapman
will round out the mile relay
and team with Rowe and Bill
Bolster in the Distance Medley
relay. In this "relay Rowe will
lead off with a quarter mile,
hand to Cornwell for a half mile,
Chapman will run three quarter
miles and Bolster will anchor
with a full mile. Bolster is also
entered in the invitational mile.
Although - the competition is
fairly stiff, the only important
schools at the meet should be
Michigan and Tennessee. Also,
there will be plenty of s m a l1
schools with good track teams
such as Murray State and Mem-
phis State.
When the chosen eleven a r e
runnning and sunning in Ten-
nessee, the remainder of t h e
track squad will jonrney fo-the
tropical paradise supreme Ypsi-
lanti, Michigan - for the Eastern
Michigan Open.
Competing against Michigan at
EMU will be teams from Bowl-
ing Green, Central Michigan,
Western Michigan, (Eastern (of
course), and a host of smaller
schools from the tri-state area.
The meet will start at noon today
on the Eastern varsity track.

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Frozen in midair after his flight
over the bar, a Michigan high
jumper excels in last winter's
meet with Michigan State. At
present, the Michigan track team
is competing in the Dogwood Re-
lays in Tennessee.

record of 40.5. Godfrey Murray, a
member of that team, went on
to win his specialty, the 120 high
1 son given the axe N
must wait
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DETROIT l - The Detroit Red
Wings, who arrowly missed quali-
fying for the Stanley Cup playoffs
or the seopd ecr in a row, yes-
~erday fired head coach John Wil-
einera! Mn ger N-d A1rkness
suid Detroits disappointmng fifth
'Uace fimish in the National Hockey
Se Tg7e's E-st Division "played a
argo p rt t te IecisiOn"' not to
retain WVisn
Wils. fo'u imer R d Wing play-
S took Cer the team Nov. 1,
19<,L rep1cing loug Barkley. Prior
to c'uchinv the Red Wings, Wilson
sced <'s - erim coach of the Los
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Basketball Association is postpon-
ing its 1973 collegiate draft, orig-
Angeles Kings for part of the 1969- inally scheduled for Monday, until
70 season. He also coached in the T h u r s d a y, NBA Commissioner
American H o c k e y League, at Walter Kennedy said last yester-
Princeton University and in Can- day.
ada. He played 11 years in the The action followed by one day a
NHL for four clubs, federal court ruling voiding Ken-
Harkness said the search for a nedy's award of Seattle's first-
new coach would begin immedi- round selection to Philadelphia in
ately. - compensation for John Brisker.
Wilson was the fifth Red Wing At stake is who will get the No.
coach since 1968, preceded by choice in the draft.
Bill Gadsby, Sid Abel, Harkness Kennedy said he was calling a
and Barkley. Abel also served special meeting of the league's
as coach from 1958-1968. Board of Governors Wednesday
to take final action on the Phila-
Wilson's job was in question after delphia-Seattle draft dispute.
Detroit finished two points behind Brisker was selected by the Phil-
the fourth-place Buffalo Sabres in adelphia franchise in the 1969 sup-
the NHL East. Harkness said at plemental college draft but signed,
the end of the season Wilson's job instead, with Pittsburgh of the
was' open for evaluation. American Basketball Association.
The Red Wings virtually dupli- S i n c e Philadelphia apparently
cated their finish of 1971, when h e tdtherexclusive negotiating
Wilsn bougt thm hme ustrights to Brisker because of the
Wilson brought them - home just 1969 draft, the NBA governors
behind the fourth-place Toronto voted to let Kennedy act on the
Maple Leafs. Most observers in- matter.
dicated at least a playoff spot for Last November, Kennedy award-
the Wings this season, but it took ed Seattle's first-round selection in
most of the year for them to move the 1973 college draft to Philadel-
phia, in addition to fining the Su-
into a challenging position behind perSonics $10,000. Brisker was al-
the Sabres. lowed to remain with Seattle.
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Michigan announces
ED. NOTE: Information courtesy of Michigan Ticket Department.
Students purchasing football tickets this year will be charged
$18.00 through the Students Accounts Office.
Each student will be given a football coupon during registration.
The coupon may be exchanged for a season ticket on the exchange
dates listed below.
The $18.00 charge will become due September 28 and should be
included with your first payment on your student account.
The seating preference for students is determined by the NUMBER
OF YEARS IN ATTENDANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY. Your pro-
per priority group' will be indicated by your I.D. Card as follows:
" Group No. 4 - I.D. shows imprints Q43UZBD or number 0 to
the right of your name.
* * * *
" Group No. 3 - I.D. shows imprints 3UZBD for 1 to the right of
your name.
* Group No. 2 - I.D. shows a ZBD imprint or the number 2 to,
the right of your name.
" Group No. 1 - I.D. shows a D imprint and the ending number
3 to the right of your name.
If the I.D. does not indicate proper priority please bring tran-
script at time of correct distribution day.
" Group No. 4 tickets at the fifty yard line.
" Group No. 3 begins at the end of No. 4.
" Group No. 2 begins at the end of No. 3, etc.
Exchange or distribution will be at the Intramural Building as
follows from 8:30 a.m. to -4:00 p.m. Entrance will be through the
Hoover Street doors only.
" Group No. 4 - Friday, September 7
" Group No. 3 - Monday, September 10
" Group No. 2 - Tuesday, September 11
Group No. 1 - Wednesday, September 12
The following rules will be strictly adhered to:
1. Students in all four priorities should pick up -their tickets on
the day of their priority group distribution; if not, they will be issued
tickets in the area being distributed on the day of pick-up. After Sep-
tember 12, tickets will be distributed at the Football Ticket Office,
corner of Hoover and South State Street, through noon of September
21. No student tickets will be handed out after this date. Hours will
be 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
2. A student may present his Football coupon with I.D. and three
other Football coupons with I.D.'s to receive tickets at the regular
distribution windows. One person may stand in line representing only
4 tickets or less and must remain in line at all times and no more
than four tickets may be picked up at regular distribution windows.
3. Grouping of more than four will be permitted. A student may
bring as many Football c o u p o n s with I.D.'s as he wishes and
remain in the group line. He should take them to a special group
window on the day of the lowest priority of the person in that group.
All students should pick up their regular day of priority distribution
to obtain proper seating. The Athletic Department will not be respon-
sible for lost coupons or tickets.
4. Athletic Cards for Student's Spouse may be purchased at desig-
nated windows in the Intramural Building. Students purchasing tickets
for their spouse will receive both tickets in 'the next lower priority
area. They should, however, pick up the tickets on the regular dis-
tribution day of his priority. The price is $24.50 and please make
checks payable to the Michigan Ticket Department. The spouse ticket
is paid for at the time of pick up.
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Fight No.
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015
017
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033
035
041
049
055
057
059
061
067
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Dates

5/3 -
5/1 -
5/4 -
5/9 -
5/27--
5/31-
6/10-
7/2 -
7/6
7/22-.
8/30
5/17-
6/8
6/22-
6/28_
8/7 -
8/25--

6/15
6/3
6/27
7/3
8/15
8/2
8/11
-8/3
8/11
-8/30
8/11
8/9
7/14
8/18
9/4
9/4

Route
Det/Ams--Lon/Det
Det/Ams-Lon/Det
Det/Ams-Lon/Det
Det/Ams--Lon/Det
Det/Ams-Lorn/Det
Det/Ams--Lon/Det
Det/Ams-Lon/Det
Det/Ams-Lon/Det
Det/Ams-Lon/Det
Det/Ams--Lon/Det
Det/Ams
NY/Ams --Lon/NY
NY/Ams--Lon/NY
NY/Ams-Lon/NY
NY/Ams-Lon/NY
NY/Ams--Lon/NY
Det/NY/Lon-Lon/NY/Det

Cost
170
170
175
175
200
200
210
210
210
220
100
170
189
179
189
179
200

Adm.
Cost
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20

Total
190
190
195
195-
220
220
230
230
230
240
120
190
209
199
209
199
220

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