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Wednesdoy, November 12, 1975

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By RICH LERNER
Not more than five minutes after Mike
Lantry's last second field goal attempt had
sailed astray to end last year's Michigan-
Ohio State football game, talk turned from
the game that had just been played, to
this year's meeting of the two teams,
slated for a week from this Saturday.
Interest is so high In the annual war that
tickets fetch astronomical prices-for a
game one can watch at home on television
no less. .
Rumors of tickets being sold for $125
apiece circulate freely. Radio station
WUOM auctioned off one of its allotted
press box seats for $610, with the pro-
ceeds going to the non-profit station's
coffers.
PRESENTLY PRICES for endzone seats
average about $25 in Ann Arbor but one
Lakeside, Ohio native pointed out, "they're
a lot cheaper here than in Columbus.
"I found four for $145," he said, almost
gloating.
An Ohio State student confirmed the
higher prices south of the border. "You
don't see many tickets for sale, but those
you do see are going for $75 apiece."
THE SCRAMBLE FOR the valuable
ducats begins months before the game.
No sooner had one student finished his last
exam at the end of April, when he began
an all-night vigil at the doors of the
Athletic Ticket Office in order to obtain
the first of the $7 tickets available to the
general public for his parents. Despite
being first in line, the Athletic Depart-
ment refunded his money last month.
Why are people willing to pay outrageous
amounts of money to see a game that's
on television?
"I don't think they're worth it," said
one buyer. '"But my father needs them for
his business."
WHY DO OTHERS turn down veritable
windfalls to see the game in person rather
than selling their ticket and watching on
the tube, replete with instant replay?
"The last OSU game was worth a lot
more in entertainment," said one student
fan. "I usually don't take my binoculars
to the game, but this time I'm gonna
take them, and zero in on Woody (Hayes)
as the clock runs out and he's on the
losing end. I want to see the expression

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By KATHY HENNEGHAN of ballplayer.
With the 1975 season opener "Phil's a much different type m
his face. Besides I only have a black fast approaching, Michigan bas- of pivot player," said Frieder. O
d white TV." ketball coaches must face the "C.J. relied on his outside shot a
Section 465 of the Michigan penal code task of replacing two key start- and didn't go to the basket g
ohibits sale of tickets in excess of their 'rers; departed co-captains C.J. much. Phil is just the opposite." v
inted value upon public places or thor- Kupec at center, and Joe John- That is not to say that Hub-
ghfares. It also prohibits the sale of son a guas the new recruits bard can't sink the outside
ckets sold under restrictive conditions at shots. "Hubbard's a good
<.;seem to be, how much willI ts "Hbadsa od
less rate than the general admission Michigan miss Kupec and John-, shooter," said Orr. "It's a b
arged if the names of the holders of the son? question of where to go to get e
kets are registered with the owners, "I think that's our biggest those shots. He's an excellent, I
ssees or managers of the athletic problem right now," said Michi- excellent shooter."M
ounds. gan assistant Bill Frieder. "It's The slender Hubbard is not as!
THIS COULD easily be interpreted as evident we do miss them . . . physical as other c e n t e r ss
eaning the sale of student tickets is the thing we had going for us around the Big Ten, and is sureIR
egal. last year was that almost every- to give up a lot in weight at the V
"It use'd to be enforced, policemen one was back. This year we pivot in most contests. e
have to get accustomed to each "He's going to, have some Rc
orked the games," said an investigator other, and develop a 'team' con- problems with, those big dudes,"
om the Washtenaw County prosecutor's cept. s
f'cep- said Orr, "no question about th
"Te I "Considering the personnel that. But we're gonna try to! St
"There would have to be a complaint te have now," Frieder on- offset that by quickness, and
fore we'd take any action," he said. tinued, "it's very probable put some pressure on our guards +
I DON'T KNOW what we can do," said that two new guys will be and forwards so we don't leave su
niversity ticket manager Al Renfrew. starting." him stranded in there." C
Ve tell people not to buy them, if people s
ait until the game we could lick them all. Edgar Burch, a 6-1 transfer
"Our biggest problem is students who from Duke, was in contention
t more than one ticket." for one of the spots, quit the
Next fall Renfrew will modify the stu- uhSquad for personal reasons. I I I1 I.
nt ticket system in an attempt to con- rh atdDuke where h
ol the situation. Those students who sign averaged in double figures. He '
affidavit that they lost their football sat out last year, and would
upon will have to pay $15 of the $21 in have been a sophomore in elig- William Cherniak became thiss
sh. And then if it turns out they bought ibility. last week, as he survived the ras
ore than one ticket they will be charged Among the new recruits, the his pizza, all pretenders to his crow
additional $34, making a total of $49- leading contenders for the two picks into the Daily by midnight Fri
e price of a general public season ticket. vacancies are 6-7 freshman Phil This week's prize will be a $
Hubbard at center and 5-11 at Follett's Book Store. We mights
instead of a book of single tickets, Ohio Ricky Green, a junior-college wonderful new book by the Daiy
ate sells its students just one ticket transfer, at guard. Win at Griddes-Overcoiming Typos
od for all games, in an effort to control raHubbard was All-State and 1. MICHIGAN at Illinois gT s
alping. However Renfrew does not want All-America at Canton McKin- (pick score)1
follow that rout. "Students lose them ley high school in Ohio. 2. Indiana at Wisconsin 1
d then they don't see any of the games. "We're banking on him," ad- 3. Iowa at Purdue 14,
"OUR MAIN objective is to let the stu- mitted head coach John Orr, 4. Northwestern at Mich. State 1
nts see the games, we don't want what "there's no question about that. S. Minnesota at Ohio State 1
ppened at Wisconsin this year, where He'll have to do well." 6. California at Air Force 17
me freshmen didn't get tickets." "Phil is doing an outstand- 7. Auburn at Georgia 1
If you want to sell your tickets and ing job," ."added Frieder. 8. Baylor at Texas Tech 1
ake a few bucks-the best advice is, he "There's no way in three 9. Maryland at Clemson 2
ho hesitates is lost. Sell them as soon weeks you can expect Hub- 10. Colorado at Kansas
possible and in Ohio if you can, bard to do what C.J. did in
Conversely, if you still need tickets, three years. He's going to be
ste makes waste. Wait until the last a super player; he just needs RATIONAL-EMOTIVE-
istemake wase. ait ntilthe ast time."
nute to make your purchase. The past STme."A
o years people have been virtually Michigan fans who grew ac-
ving away tickets at kickoff time. And customed to 6-8 C.J. Kupec's
thankful the game is being televised. cugged style of play under the NOV. 14, 1
Iboards and outside shooting will
.u u find Hubbard a different breed Held at: ANN
Numerous Workshops, Demonst

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"Hubbard's quickness will
make up for his lack of size,"
rr stated. "He is going to be
fine player. He'll continue to
et better and better-he makes
ery few mistakes."
Hubbard is a team-oriented
player. "I just want to con-
tribute something to the
team," he said. "I try to do
everything as well as I can.
If we can win a few games, it
will be all right."
The heir-apparent to Joe John-
on's guard spot seems to be
icky Green, a transfer from
incennes (Ind.) Junior Col-,
ege. Green and forward John
.obinson were high school team-
nates at Chicago Hirsch, where
hey led their team to the 1973
tate championship.
Green, exceptionally quick, isI
ure to be a crowd-pleaser in
risler Arena. "He's probably

the quickest player I've ever run."
seen," marvelled Frieder. "He's "You have to work hard
tough to defense, and he's also here," Green continued, "be-
a good outside shooter. He has cause the players are etter.
to perk up on defense, but he's Orr's a good coach. This isn'
working on it." too far away from home. Michi-
gan's the best vlace for me

REEN REPLACE C.J., J.J.

cagers' hopes

Orr thought Green has ad-
justed well so far:e"'He knows
what we want, and he under-
stands how hard it is now. It's
a lot different than junior col-
lege-you can't go out and beat
those teams by 40 points any-
more.
"Green's working hard,"
Orr continued. "He'll be a
very, very exciting player.
He's an unselfish player; he
passes the ball around very
well. He has extreme quick-
ness-boy, just unbelievable
quickness. He has all the po-
tential in the world."
Ricky Green chose Michigan
because "I like the style-they
fast-break a lot, and I like to'

school-wise, and it has a nice
basketball program."

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The key to Michigan's success
in the early going will he the
degree to which the new players
can adjust to the new situation.
"We have a tough sched-
ule," said Frieder. "Ours and
Indiana's are the toughest
non-conference schedules in
the country. It's very impor-
tant that we get off on the
right foot."
Phil Hubbard and Ricky
Green, foremost among the new
players, should figure heavily
in Michigan's showing this sea-
son. It is largely a question of
how well and how soon they can
Imake the adjustment.

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Football champs crowned

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By AARON GERSTMAN finals will be played next week.
The intramural department's In division A', Mosher Gold
touch football season is coming takes on Chicago House while
to a close as six champions al- division 'B' finds Van Tyne
ready have been crowned while against Taylor. Class 'C' has
more final games are slated for Anderson facing Couzens and
tonight. in Class 'D', Butler will take on
The big game of the intra- Douglas.
mural football season played However, football is not theI
last night found the Crabs shut- only IM sport crowning cham-
ting out last year's champions, pions. Independent b o w 1 i n g
champions ,are now the Grun-;
dies in - Class 'A' and Navy,
Sals away ROTC in Class 'B'.
NEW YORK P) - The ! In Water Polo, Wenly HouseE
San Diego Sails folded yes- took the Residence Hall Classl
terday, joining the Minnesota 'A' title by defeating Elliott
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House, 10-4. The Class 'C' water day night at Waterman gym-i
polo winner was Couzens, beat- nasium from 7-9 p.m. Activities
ing Taylor House, 19-9. include volleyball, badmitton,9
The Michigan Volleyball Club and table tennis.
will host a co-ed volleyball
tournament this Saturday, Nov.
15, at the IM buiding. Visiting
teams will include both Wiscon-
sin and Toronto, with round
robin play starting at 9:00 a.m.ets T a lk
and the play-offs starting at
3:30. Admission to the games is
free.
Foreign students and their
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Muskies, Pittsburgh pipers
and Baltimore Hustlers in
the lore of American Basket-
ball Association trivia fans.
Coach Bill Musselman, who
left the University of Minne-
sota to join the Sails before
the season began, saidthe
team's demise came as a
shock to him. "I had no
idea" Musselman said. "I'm
stunned. I can't believe the
team wasn't given a fair
trial. I can't explain it."

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the Beaver Patrol, 12-0, for the
Independent competitive Class:
'A' championships.
Bender Blues have been
crowned the Independent Class
'D' champions while in Co-
recreative football, R o t v i g
topped Gamma Motor Neu-j
roens' in Class 'A' and Frost!
nipped the Newmankids for
thetop spot in Class 'B'.
Co - rec competitive football
champs are the Oxymorons af-
ter defeating the Bartles, 22-0,
for the Class 'A' title. Tuna
A&M took the Class 'C' title.
A big upset occurred last
weekend in Woman's football as
the Amazin' Blue topped the
Bombers for the Class 'A' com-
petitive title.
More champions will be de-
clared tonight as final games
are slated.
Independent competitive Class
'B' pits the L.L. Fan Club
against the N i g h t Trippers,
while the Recreative division,
features the Nadstaking on
Blind Faith in Class 'A' and
Madison St. against the Fear-
less Fools in Class B.
Co-rec, competitive Class 'B'

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