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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, October 21, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, October 21, 1976

GET RALPH SIMPSON IN 3-WAY-DEAL

SOFT JAZZ at th
UNIVERSITY CLI
with the ROOTS TR
Featuring: Stanley Slaughter,
Noel Cunningham,
Ted Hartley, bass
beginning tonight and subsequent F
Saturdays, 7:30-11:30 psm., in tfh
Lounge. No cover charge.
EXPERIENCE THE CLU
Call or Stop in the Club office for a one
Card-Michigan Union, 763-2236

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10U Pistons
drums
From Wire Service Reports sonal bus:
piano DETROIT - The Detroit Pis- the 6-foot
tons yesterday obtained guard return tol
Ralph Simpson from the- Denver Simpso
Fridays and Nuggets in a three-way deal in former s
-e Cocktail which Detroit sent forward Cur- School in
tis Rowe to Boston and the Cel- in thep
tics sent forward Paul Silas to Associati
the Nuggets. nearly 50
The Pistons also announced piled a
the suspension of Marvin Barnes average;
time Guest who failed to show up for the time lead
team's last two practices. Simpson
Barnes had been given permis- gets in 19
sion to take care of some per- year at I
with the
Big Ten a
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points and
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iness in St. Louis but Trail Blazers, on Boston's re-
-9 forward failed to vamped front line.
Detroit. He was in the option year of
n, a 6-foot-5, 200 lb., his contract and had asked to
tar at Pershing High be traded to the West Coast.
n Detroit, has played Rowe was on the All-Star team
American Basketball last season and had a career'
on for six years. In scoring average of 13.3 points a
0 games, he has com- game.
20.5 career scoring "Rowe was a great All-Amer-
and is Denver's all- ican at UCLA and a winner,
ding scorer. just like Sidney Wicks," said,
signed with the Nug- Celtics President Red Auerbach.
70 after his sophomore "We expect big things from him
vMichigan State. While and from the new front line
Spartans he was All- combination.
nd set a team scoring "Curtis is a good percentage
r a season with 667 shooter and a very active play-
d a9-po 225aerlb. fr-er, a great defensive per-
a 6-foot-7, 225 lb. for- former, a good rebounder and,
yed all five of his years over-all a dedicated team
Pistons after having player," Auerbach said. "His
career at UCLA. lie team-oriented style should fit
16 points and nine re- in immediately with the Cel-
game with the Pistons tics."
vas reunited with for- Last season was Rowe's best.
LA teammtewSidney He averaged 16 points and nine'
teammate d rebounds a game for the Pis-
a five-year veteran tons.
SDetroit's top draft Silas, who was in the option
n 1971, joins Wicks, year of his contract, had asked
ently was acquired by to be declared a free agent. He
cs from the Portland did not attend the Celtics' pre-
season training camp or play in
exhibition games.
┬░Hiscase was taken up with
an arbitrator in New York on
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nes, trade
Tuesday, but no decision was primarily as a big guard, was
announced. expected to arrive in DetroitE
Silas was on the NBA's all- today and join the team for'
league defensive team last year. practice before the Pistons
The 12-year veteran from travel to Kansas City for their

Creighton is rated among the
best rebounding forwards in
basketball.
Pistons coach Herb Brown
said he thought the three-way
trade "would help everyone."
He said he was "tickled
pink", to get a player of
Simpson's caliber.
Simpson, who will be used

"NBA season opener against the
Kings.
The Pistons made other
moves to make the NBA's 12-
man limit. Veteran forward
George Trapp, who came to
the Detroit Pistons three years
ago from Atlanta for a No. 1
draft choice and second-year,

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Big Ten campaign rolls on;
Gophers still share first place

By BRIAN MILL
After three weeks of
the Big Ten, it come
surprise that MichiganE
State are tied for first
the conference. B~ut M
can claim a share) of
spot, as well.
The Golden Gophers
Jackson, Michigan's To
gy at quarterback, hav
a strong showing in co
play to date. Dungy,F
JNCHEON

ER and captain of this year's team,

ER and captain of this year's team,
play in has seven Minnesota total of-
s as no fensive records to his credit
and Ohio and is expected to break three
place in more before the season is over.
linnesota His fine play has carried the
the top Gophers to a 5-1 record.
Fielding a team that isn't
nearly as strong as those of
led by the recent past, (4-1-1 overall,
any Dun- but 3-0 in the conference) Coach
ve made Woody Hayes is making the
inference most of the talent he ,has to
a senior work with. Right now, the No-
vember 20th meeting of the two
Ipowers is not the most import-
ant thing on Hayes' mind. The
October 23rd meeting of OSU
and Purdue is.
The Indiana Hoosiers are a
tough team to figure out. Lee
Corso is the best comedian of
all the Big Ten coaches, but
unlike past years, his football
team isn't providing him with
the usual jokes about inept play.
With his team' sporting a 3-3
record so far, (2-1 in the Big
Ten) Corso is assured of his
best season ever at IU.

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Rowe
guard Henry Dickerson were
placed on waivers by the Pis-
tons, and veteran guard John
Mengelt was put on the in-
jured list.
Mengelt has a pinched nerve
in his neck and must miss- at
least five games. If he is re-
turned to the roster, another
player must be cut.
The Pistons will go into the
season with five newcomers -
forwards Barnes, M.L. Carr and
Cornelius Cash, center Leon
Douglas and guard Phil Sellers.

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how good it is) to
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ty Larry Sandberg and
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Friday, October 22
SUSAN ECKLAND
Assistant Dean, U-M Law School
"PARTICIPATING IN THE LEGAL
PROFESSION AS A WOMAN"
GUILD HOUSE, 802 Monroe
(Corner of Oakland)

One truly bright spot for
Coach Corso is running back
Mike Harkrader. This power-
ful freshman ran for 191 yards
last week as Indiana topped
Iowa 14-7. Through the first
six games this year, he has
averaged 91.3 yards per game,
sixth best in the conference.
Before the year started, the
Fighting Illini were expected to
make, some noise about who
would win the conference
crown. But inconsistent per-
formances have hurt the Illini.
The defense has given up al-
most as many points as the
offense has scored, and quar-
terback Kurt Steger isn't hav-
ing quite the year that was ex-
pected of him. Although he is
the third best passer in the Big
Ten, Steger has completed only
46.8% of his passes. Even so,
Illinois is 2-1 in the Big Ten,
3-3 overall.
Purdue is playing inconsist-
ent ball as well. After trounc-
ing the woefully weak -North-
western Wildcats, the Boiler-
makers needed a last minute
field goal set up by a late in-
terception to defeat Wisconsin.
The other four teams in the
conferencehave yet to win
a conference game. Wiscon-
sin (2-4) plays Northwestern
(0-6) this week, and its a
good bet that one of those
two teams will have a Big
Ten win at the end of the
Iday.
Iowa (2-4) and Michigan State
(1-4-1) are the other two teams
that make up the doormat of
the conference.. While it's ob-
vious that theyare out of the
race for first place, both Iowa
coach Bob Commings and MSU
coach Darryl Rogers hope to
salvage what's left of an al-
ready dismal season.
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UNITED STATES READING LAB'
OFFERS SPEED READING COURSE
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

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United States Reading Lab will
offer a 4 week course in speed
reading to a limited number of
qualified people at U-M.
This recently developed method
of instruction is the most innovative
and effective program available in
the United States.
Not only does this famous course
reduce your time in the classroom to
just one class per week for 4 short
weeks but it also includes an ad-
vanced speed reading course on
cassette tape so that you can con-
tinue to improve for the rest of your
life. In just 4 weeks the average
student should be reading 4-5 times
faster. In a few months some stu-
dents are r e a d i n g 20-30 times
faster attaining s p e e d s that ap-
proach 6000 words per minute. In
rare instances s p e e d s of up to
13,000 wpm havebeen documented.
Our average graduate student
should read 7-10 times faster upon
completion of the c o u r s e with
marked improvement in comprehen-
sion and concentration.
For those who would like addi-
tional information, a series of free,
one hour, orientation lectures have
been scheduled. At these free lec-
tures the course will be explained
in complete detail, including class-
room procedures, instruction meth-
ods, class schedule and a special 1
time only introductory tuition that
is less than one-half the cost of
similar courses. You must attend,
any of the free meetings for infor-
mation about U-M classes.
These orientations are open to
the public, above age 14 (persons

4 short weeks you can read 7 to 10
times f a s t e r, concentrate better
and comprehend more.
If you are a student who would
like to make A's instead of B's or
C's or if you are a business person
who wants to stay abreast of
today's everchanging accelerating
' world then this course is an abso-
lute necessity.
These free special one-hour lec-
tures will be held at the following
times and places.
U-M MEETINGS

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Wednesday, October
6:30 and 8:30

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Thursday, October 21
6:30 and 8:30
Friday, October 22
7:30
TWO FINAL MEETINGS

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FREE
FOOS BALL
at the
C rosseyed
Moose
EVERY MONDAY
3-4 p.m.
613 E. Liberty

Sunday,
2:30
Monday,
6:30

October 24
and 7:30

October
and 8:30

25

THESE MEETINGS WILL
BE HELD AT
ANN ARBOR INN
100 SOUTH FOURTH AVE.
If you are a businessman, stu-
dent, housewife or executive this
course, which took 5 years of in-
tensive research to develop, is a
must. You can read 7-10 times
faster, comprehend more, concen-
trate better, and remember longer.

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THE FREE
UNIVERSITY OF IRAN
Officers of the Free University
of Iran wil be on the Univer-
sity of Michigan campus dur-
ing the week of November 15
to interview Iranian nationais
who have finished or who are
pursuing post - graduate de-
grees in the following areas:
educationand related areas,
social sciencs, psychology, en-
gineering, physical sciences,
natural sciences, agriculture,

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