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By The Associated Press
MILWAUKEE-"This crowd is just like
it was when the Braves won the World
Series. It's younger, but just as big," the
elderly man observed, vying for viewing
position with an estimated 15,000 shriek-
ing, beer-chugging Marquette University
fans yesterday morning.
The scene occurred several hours after
Marquette had won the NCAA basketball
championship. The mob scene had shifted
from traffic-snarled Wisconsin Ave., the
city's m a in thoroughfare, to Mitchell
Field's main air terminal, where fans
awaited the Warriors' charter flight from
When it arrived, shortly before 2 a.m.,
6-10 center Jerome Whitehead, hero of the
Warriors' last-second semifinal victory
over Carolina-Charlotte Saturday, was the
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"WE'RE NO. 1," thundered the crowd.
Then the chants changed to "We want Al"
and "Give 'em hell, Al."
But Al McGuire, the retiring Marquette
coach whose 404th career victory had
brought an NCAA chamiponship, was hus-
tled out a side exit by harried airport
security. So were others in his entourage,
including members of his family, Wiscon-
sin Gov. Patrick J. Lucey and the Rev.
John P. Raynor, S.J., Marquette president.
A beaming, Lucey was reminded that
Marquette's was the second NCAA cham-
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pionship won by a Wisconsin team within
three days. The University of Wisconsin
had won the NCAA hockey title in Detroit
during the weekend.
"To think that the fans of Wisconsin
had to sit through two overtime games
to pull the Badgers through," thegovernor
said. "Then to see Marquette win like this.
"I WOULD REALLY like to think I
helped a bit," he said, "except what good
would my Irish luck have done compared
to that of Al McGuire?"
Semi-normalcy had returned to the Mar-
quette campus late yesterday, with classes
in session as usual. But the emotional
outpouring isn't over in Milwaukee, which
until Marquette's 67-59 victory over North
Carolina in the NCAA finals in Atlanta
Monday night had savored only two na-
tional championships of its major sports
teams: the Milwaukee Braves' World
Series triumph in 1957 and the Milwaukee
Bucks' 1971 National Basketball Associa-
The spontaneous celebrating, which be-
gan as soon as the game ended, saw Mar-
quette students burst from the student
union and campus area bars, guzzling beer
and heaving toilet paper rolls. Some
barged into cars, hopelessly stifling traffic
along seven blocks of Wisconsin Avenue.
Others streamed on foot, undaunted by
a drenching rain, to a park along Lake
Michigan, nearly two miles from the heart
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of campu4 The noisy procession stretched
for as many as 15 blocks.
"IT JUST SEEMED like the thing to
do," one student said, water streaming
down his stringy locks. "Don't ask me
why. But this school has never had any-
thing like this before."
When the airport orgy finally abated,
sometime after 3 a.m. yesterday morn-
ing, parking lot attendants suspended fees
as motorists slowly drove through the
rain toward the airport gates.
One fan asked a Milwaukee County
sheriff's deputy if he knew of any - avail-
able telephones in the terminal building.
"Not on this end," the deputy replied,
wearily. "They've all been ripped off the
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Pistons snare Trapp
DETROIT - The injury-riddled Detroit Pistons yesterday
signed their former forward, George Trapp, as a replacement for
Marvin Barnes, who underwent surgery Monday for a fractured
bone in his left hand.
Trapp will finish out the NBA season with the Pistons
but under league rules will not be eligible for the playoffs if
the Pistons make them. League rules freeze playoff rosters as
of March 1.
Injured All-Star center Bob Lanier was to have pins removed
from his broken hand Friday, but the team said yesterday that
has been delayed until next Monday. The Pistons added that a
date for his return was uncertain.
Wounded Bird flies home
LAKELAND, Fla.-Mark "The Bird" Fidrych, ace pitcher of
the Detroit Tigers, was scheduled to be examined today at Fora
Hospital in Detroit for possible cartilage damage in his left knee.
The injury hadn't appeared serious until an examination
yesterday in Lakeland. Dr. Glen Barden reported Fidrych had
"experienced severe disturbing symptoms in the knee."
"Why do I have to go anyplace? There's nothing wrong,"
Fidrych said, just before being informed of his upcoming trip
"They ain't telling me nothing," Fidrych said. "I'm just
telling them about the pain. The other day I was feeling good."
Bookies bet on rerun
LAS VEGAS, Nev.-With a little more than a week before the
start of the baseball season, the bookmakers here are betting
that the 1977 World Series will be a repeat of last year's match
up between the New York Yankees and the Cincinnati Reds.
According to the Delmar Sports Book, the Yanks are even
money favorites to take the American League crown while the
Hollywood Sports Book makes the New Yorkers a 4-5 choice.
In the National League, the Delmar book makes the Reds
a 6-5 favorite for the pennant while the Hollywood Book makes
the odds 4-5. Meanwhile, the Tigers are a 15-1 shot to win the
division and 30-1 to play in the World Series.
Not surprising to any seasoned bettor are the odds being
offered on the chances of the expansion Seattle and Toronto
American League clubs winning it all in their first year:
NFL reaches sweet 16
PHOENIX-The National Football League voted yesterday to
expand its regular season to 16 games and to add two wild card
playoff teams for the 1978 season.
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