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EXTENT'OF INJURY UNKNOWN.
Student's International Meditation Society
"Plato, Paget, and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
On Evolution of Consciousness"
TUESDAY, Oct. 18 on U of M campus
Room 1025, Angell Hall-3 p.m.
Public Lecture on the Transcendental
Meditation - Sidhis Programme
TUESDAY, Oct.18, Aud. C, Angell Hall-8 p.m.
Boti lectures by DR. JONATHAN SHEAR
Professor of Philosophy at Maharishi.
By CUB SCHWARTZ
Michigan preseason All-American
center Phil Hubbard injured his left
knee while coming down from a
rebound yesterday in the Wolverines'
opening practice of the year.
Hubbard, who injured the same knee
last summer in Bulgaria, was
examined by team physician, Dr.
Gerald O'Connee, but the extent of the
injury was unknown. The knee will be
X-rayed this morning.
"WE EXPECTED his knee to be
healed three weeks ago," said a
worried Johnny Orr. "We've kept him
off it for the past three weeks."
"It was strong this morning when it
was examined. He said it felt good, and
there was no pain or swelling," Orr con-
tinued. "I don't understand it. It has
been examined I don't know how many
times by the best doctors."
Orr felt that the injury might not be
related to the injury in Bulgaria since
all tests had shown the knee to be in
good, condition. The knee was heavily
taped for practice, however. I
THE INJURY occurred as Hubbard
and Mike Robinson went up for a
rebound during a three ton three drill
1 in pract
early in the practice. Hubbard came players go oversea
down untouched but landed wrong. The promise you that."
6-8 junior's knee didn't collapse, but he With the exception
appeared to be in a great deal of pain. jury, Orr was happy
"Although we don't know anything for day of practice w
sure," said Orr, "he (O'Conner) was mostly conditioning
worried because it was swelling so "Two things espi
quickly." the performance of
The loss of Hubbard in the'middle the new guys' hu
would be a serious blow to Michigan's pleased with Tom
title hopes. Hubbard is the only regular looked as good as
starter returning from last year's Big year,'" Orr said.
Ten championship team. Fifteen players w
"I CAN TELL you one thing," said opening workout; se
Orr, "I'm not letting any of these and eight returnees.
as anymore. I can.
n of the Hubbard in-
y with the operring
which consisted of
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the veterans and
ustle. I was very
nmy (Staton). He
at any time last
ere on hand for the
even first year men
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LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles
Lakers cut former Michigan All-Ameri-
can Cazzie Russell yesterday to get
down to the NBA's 12-man player limit.
Russell, 33, started all.82 games last
year for the winningest. team in the
NBA, averaging more than 16 points
and shooting 49 per cent.
He previously had played for the New
York Knicks and the Golden State
Warriors. The final three seasons of his
11 in the NBA had been with the Lakers.
DETROIT - The Detroit Pistons
announced yesterday the release of
center Roger Brown, forward Don
Adams and guard Louie Nelson.
These three cuts mean that former
Michigan captain Wayman Britt has
been successful in his bid to make the
team, Britt, who was cut by the
Lakers last year, led the Wolverines'
cinderella NCAA finalist team of
Meanwhile, Britt's former team-
mate and last year's Michigan co-
captain Steve Grote was cut yester-
day by the Cleveland Cavaliers along
with guard Don Smith. Grote had
been selected on the second round by,
Cleveland in last year's NBA draft.
Intramural sports entry deadlines
for the week of October 18-24 are:
" October 19 - Racquetball - Wo-
men's doubles; Tennis - Women's
+ October 22- Tennis Tournament
-to be held at 8 a.m. on the Palmer
. October 24 - Volleyball -
UP/ Top Twenty
By GUNNAR BERG
The Sailing club won the meets re-
quired in order for them to sail in the
Sugar Bowl regatta in January. By
winning the Davis Trophy classic in
Iowa, the team can now sail in New
Orleans, complements of the Sugar
IN IOWA, Michigan took the A and
B classes and sailed, to an j easy
victory, Oct. 15-16. Ohio Wesleyan
was second and Michigan State was
third. Individually, all-Americarf
Pete Smith took top honors while
Tom Kinney was tops in the B divi-
Michigan also placed first in
Annapolis, Md. by downing host
Navy and third place Penn State.
Smith and Kinney were first in the A
division while Pam Polhemus and
Mac Jocob took third in the B class.
The Michigan Lacrosse club faces
Michigan State, Oct. 22, in a con-
trolled scrimmage. The team then
has its biggest test, of the year when
the Chicago lacrosse team comes to
the Tartan Turf. All Big Ten schools
will have lacrosse teams next year
and Michigan will most likely face all.
The Rugby-football teams split a
pair of games when the A team
stomped Notre Dame, 27-3 and the B
club lost 14-4, Oct. 15. In the A
contest, Bill Chung was successful on
two tries and two conversions and
scored a penalty goal. Other scorers
were Pete Schreiner, Cleland Child
and Bill Conway.
Mo Portley scored the lone Michi-
gan tally in the B contest.
Wed., Oct. 19
" Michigan undergraduate soccer
vs. Eastern Mich. on the Tartan Turf,
Sat., Oct. 22
Michigan lacrosse at Michigan
State, 4 p.m.
* Martial Arts Day, featuring Ai-
kido,Judo, Kendo and Karate, 7 p.m.
at the Coliseum.
* Rugby-football at Great Lakes
* Undergraduate soccer, Tartan
Turf, vs. Purdue, 2:30 p.m.
" Sailing Sloop Championships at
Sun., Oct. 23
" Sailing Sloop Championships at
On October 19th The University of Michigan Jewish
ommunity brings you its GRADUATE HAPPY HOUR.
ake a break from your studies and pass some time
ith old friends and make some new ones, while
enjoying warm spirits, soft lights, and your favorite
Popular Mixed Drinks Soo
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VERYONE IS WELCOMIE - BRING YOUR FRIENDS''
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4. Southern Cal ............. 5-1
5. Ohio State ............. 5-1
6. Oklahoma ................ 5-1
7. Colorado ............... 5-04
8. Arkansas.............. 4-1
9. Penn State ..............5-1
10. Notre Dame .............. 4-1
11. Texas A&M .............. 4-1
12. Pittsburgh........... 4-1-1
13. Texas Tech ........ .... 5-1
14. California ............. 5-1
15. Brigham Young.........4-1
16. North Texas State .......6-1
17. Nebraska ................ 4-2
18. Iowa State........ -1
9. Clemson .............5-1
20. Arizona State...........4-1
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