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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, October 28, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, October 28, 1972

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Remember..
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.the First glee club concert in 1859?
... the 1915 PEP RALLY when WOMEN were
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...ANY glee club concert since 1859?
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NEW YORK ()-The plain and Ralph Branca, Jim Gilliam and National Association for the Ad-
poor joined national celebrities in Joe Black served as pall bearers. vancement of Colored People; Bay-
paying final respects to Jackie Rob- Campanella was an honorary pall I ard Ruskin, prominent civil rights
inson yesterday and saw him laid bearer and there were others such leader; A. Philip Randolph, labor!
to rest in his beloved Brooklyn as pitcher Carl Erskine, now gray union executive and baseball fig-
where as a Dodger he cracked the and dignified-looking, and Billy ures Willie Mays, Elston Howard
crusty facade of bigotry in base- Loes, youngish in a mod brown and Willie Stargell.
ball. suit. But the celebrities, in their trim
Robin Wilson, 15, of Passaic, Sargent Shriver, vice presidential dark suits and white shirts, made
N.J. cried. nominee of the Democratic Party, up only a small portion of the
"I loved him-I never saw him," Governor Rockefeller and Mayor crowd, which filled every one of
the schoolgirl said between sobs. Lindsay also were among the long the available 400 seats, lined the
SBut my father told me all he did list of dignitaries from sports, gov- walls and crammed the aisles.
for us black people-" ernment, finance and the entertain- Rachel Robinson, Jackie's widow,
Robin was one of 35 students ment world who were present. insisted that two-thirds of the pews
of Passaic High School who cross- Rockefeller, with whom Robin- be set aside fnr the common peo-
ed the Hudson River as a group son long was associated, was an ple on a first some: first served
and - joined an overflow crowd of honorary pall bearer as were Roy basis. She appealed for a special
more than 2,500 mourners at the Wilkins, executive director of the section to be set aside for children
majestic Riverside Church, whose
towering spire casts a shadow on
Grant's Tomb, a block away.
Jackie would have been proud.: 0
Even in death, he played to a full
sbelongs to the ages," i Owens doubtful for Dallas
toned Dr. Jesse Jackson of Chi-
cago, founder and president of 0 ATLANTA-Rico Carty, Atlanta's injury-prone slugger who was
PUSH (People United to Save involved in several hassles with teammates during a stormy 10-year
Humanity) who delivered a mov- career with the Braves, was traded yesterday to the Texas RangersI
ing 40-minute eulogy. for pitcher Jim Panther in an interleague baseball swap.
"He didn't integrate baseball for "We realize we're giving up a fine offensive player in Carty," said
aisofus. He firatedheb mracle or Eddie Robinson, Braves' director of player personnel, "but we're
the diamond and proved to be the doing this in hopes of bolstering our pitching staff."
hope and the jewel of the people. ' The 32-year-old outfielder won the National League batting crown
"Hallelujah!" shouted a voice in 1970 with a .366 average, highest in the major leagues since Ted
from the back of the church. Williams hit .388 in 1957.
"Hallelujah! Hallelujah! Hallelu-
bah!" came resounding echoes that DALLAS-A spokesman for the Detroit Lions said yesterday
reachngdomte of the gothcsky- that running back Steve Owens is listed as a doubtful starter for the
fice.h dNational Football League game with the Dallas Cowboys Monday
In the aisle, Roy Campanella,r night.
the Hall of Fame catcher of the Owens reinjured his ribs last Sunday in the game against the
Dodgers, sitting in a wheelchair, San Diego Chargers which the Lions won 34-20.
closed his eyes and pulled out a * * *
handkerchief to wipe away the * HOUSTON-The Houston Rockets of the National Basketball
moisture. Association announced yesterday they have acquired guard Stan
Campanella, whose limbs were McKenzie from the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for forward
paralyzed in an automobile acci-IGrgSih
dent in 1958, was just one of many Greg Smith.
ex-Dodgers who turned out to say McKenzie, 6-foot-5, averaged 13.8 points a game last season forf
goodbye to a teammate. ? Portland. He appeared in seven games this season and had a 5.7
Pee Wee Reese, Don Newcombe, average.

rooklyn "'.
because "Jackie loved children.
Timothy Clark, 17, admitted that
he played hookey from Booker T.
Washington High School to attend
the services. Jackie made every-
body proud to be .black,' he said.
"His patience in taking abuse was
for all of us."
"I saw members of the Cardinals . :::.r
call him a black cat and do awful
things to him. If I could, knowing
he couldn't, I would like to have
punched them all in the nose.
Marjorie Thomas, 53, brought her
son, William, 12.
"I got three autographs from }
him and they hang framed on my
living room wall," she said.
"He was a beautiful man. He left
his footprints on the sands of
time.""
The bells of St. Thomas Catholic
Church tolled in the background as > <.:j::::':
t h e funeral procession moved
through the streets of New York
and music shops, which had been
i playing raucous jazz, changed to
religious records.
In Brooklyn, the cortege moved
past the site of old Ebbets Field,
now a vast apartment complex,
while hundreds lined the streets, RACHEL ROBINSON, widow of the major league's first black
tery where the body was interred baseball player, leaves Riverside Church with her son David and
in bright, crisp sunshine-October Rev. Jesse Jackson. Rev. Jackson delivered the eulogy at services
World Series weather. prior to internment at Cypress Hills Cemetery.
OUR MASCOT

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ABOLI S

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Smith, also 6-5, averaged 8.3 points last season for the Rockets but
appeared in only four games this year and had a 2.5 average.
0 LEXINGTON-The Kentucky State Racing Commission ruled
yesterday that Calumet Farm's Forward Pass was the winner of the
1968 Kentucky Derby and should receive the gold trophy that goes'
with a victory in America's most famous horse race.
Forward Pass finished second in the Churchhill Downs classic
four years ago to Peter Fuller's Dancer's Image, but Dancer's Image'
was found to have an illegal drug in his system.
THE
PLAYMATES SWINGERS CLUB

By DAN BORUS
Though not indiginous to the
state, the Wolverine has been
the mascot of the Maize and Blue
since 1947. Named by the com-
mittee of three freshmen and
the Sigma Chi, he has been
known as Alan Mitchell Edward
GeorgesPatrick Henry, known
as Rudy to all those loyal to the
victors.
The Alan Patrick et. al who
will make the long ardous jour-
ney to Iowa City is actually the
ninth such Wolverine to hold that
cherished appellation since the
other eight predecessors had the
unfortunate habit of eating rub-
ber gloves.
Zoologists here at the Univer-
sity are still studying the phe-
nomenon but it seems to be the
first recorded case of a mammal
devouring pre-fabricated goods
in the Western Hemisphere.
Rudy is housed in a special
pen outside the University Ceme-
tery where he spends his time
growling and entertaining visi-
tors from across the great state
of Michigan. His upkeep is paid
for bytheStudent Government
Council and was subject to a
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dents, in a rare demonstration
of concern, overwhelmingly turn-
ed back the tide to unseat him.
Rudy's duties at games are
in order of importance: 1) to
look tough, 2) scamper down the
sidelines in glee and 3) warm
halfback Chuck Heater's socks.
Allan the Sixth is the most
famous Wolverine to grace the
Ann Arbor campus. His inci-
dents are the greatest in the
annals of Michigan football. In
Brown any

referendum. Stu-

the 1962 game against State,
Allan bit a Michigan State Spar-
tan and today he is in insurance.
Allan the Sixth had an un-
canny abilitytohstand on his
frontlegs and used to imitate the
walk of Michigan Coach Bump
Elliot, leading some believe to
his' eventual dismissal (Elliot's).
Upon his death Allan the Sixth
was stuffed and placed in the
office of the Sports Information
Director.
Co. host

GRADING FORUM
Mon., Oct. 30, 1972-8:30 P.M.
Auditorium A-Angell Hall
The L, S, A Student Government Presents Distinguished
Faculty and Student Speakers to Discuss the Future of Grad-
ing at Michigan. Hear Details on the Four Grading Proposals
You Will Be Voting on in the All-Campus Elections.
See Pulitzer Prize Winning Columnist
JACK ANDERSON~
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HILLEL FOUNDATION presents
"THE LAST CHAPTER"
Produced by BENJAMIN and LAWRENCE ROTHMAN
Narrated by THEODORE BIKEL
The Story of 1000 Years of Jewish Life in
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Minnesota harriers
By BU1B HALVAKS ago, will take on Minnesota in
Everyone knows its homecom- their firstsandonly home dual
ing today at U-M Stadium, but did meet this season.
you know it's also homecoming Today's meet is the Wolverines
across the street on the U-M golf final tune-upetbefore next week's
course for the Michigan cross-coun- Big Tnet at Ioa.
try team this morning? Minnesota will provide consid-
The harriers, coming off a 27-28 erable competition for the Wolver-
ustvictor"ever MSU a week IInes. The Golden Gophers w e r e
upset _to v U_ k tough competition for MSU two
weeks ago losing, 25-30.
Against MSU the top Wolverine
r HANCE! was Keith Brown covering the
r C A C Spartan's six mile course in 30.19,
while the Gopher's ace, Denis Fee
is over, it's too late ran a 31.04.
According to Michigan Coach
onfront them! Dixon Farmer today's run will be
won or lost depending on the per-
udge candidates formance of each team's second,
U RGOY N E-CO N LI N third and fourth runners.
iganUnio BalroomCarrying this load for the Wol-
i gan Union Ballroom verines against the young Minne-
)0 p.m., to debate sota team will be Rick Schott, Bill
Bolster and George Khouri.
___Four of the top five Gophers are
freshmen. The lone upperclassman
is Captain Mike Lawless.
The race will begin and end on
To Thethe tenth tee and will cover six
To Th e miles. The course record is 30.12,
held by Paul. Lightfoot of the
Ann Arbor Track Club.
' oBankCoach Farmer is confident "the
record will fall."
In an effort to draw spectators
31 to the ten o'clock meet this morn-
ing, the Atheltic Department is
1 awarding a Michigan t r a c k
shirt to the fan who comes closest
2 to picking the winning time.
An impressive performance this
weekend could, give the Wolver-
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