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THE MICHIGAN DAM

Tuesday, April 6, 191o

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We make Three Eqq Omlets
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Eaq Rolls
Home-made Soups, Beef,
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Hamburger Steak Dinner-
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Spaqhetti in Wine Sauce
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% lb. Roast Beef Kaiser Roll
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From Wire Service Reports
EAST LANSING - Acting one
week in advance of a self-
imposed deadline, Michigan
State University Monday hired
Darryl Rogers of San Jose State
as its new football coach and
named Jud Heathcote of Mon-
tana to lead the basketball pro-
gram.
The new coaches, both vet-
erans in their fields, were
recommended by MSU's new
athletic director Joseph Kearney
and unofficially confirmed by
the college's Board of Trustees
in a telephone poll.
Rogers, 40, a 14-year veteran
of football coaching, will re-
place former coach Denny
Stolz, who resigned under
pressure in the wake of an
NCAA investigation into Michi-
gan State's football program.
Heathcote, 48, will replace
Gus Ganakas, whose one-year
contract was not renewed last
month.

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Heathcote has coached bas- high repute in athletics that I
ketball for 25 years. have promised."
Rogers comes in on a five- Wharton himself has come
year contract at $34,500 a year under fire recently from var-
and Heathcote on a four-year ious Michigan State alumni
contract at $25,000 a year. groups for alleged lack of
The board is expected to for-: concern with the university's
mally approve the appoint- athletic programs.
ments at its meeting next week.
Michigan State's football pro-
Wharton had promised to ta ro-
make the new appointments by tion after the NCear ound t
u-erenbut Mondaya san- guilty of 34 rule violations.
nounemen cae asa ~ An internal investigation by
prise. The announcement was faclty embe trn u a
euarierhandexced ndose- slush fund, which . reportedly
cuation hadfocusted ondother dates back to the 195ts.
possible candidates.
"The two new additions to Stolz, who spent three years
MSU's athletic staff are both as football coach at MSU, was
men of outstanding talent and reportedly asked to resign be-
reputation," Wharton said. cause of allegations that he
"Together with our new ath- knew of the fund's existence.
letic director, they represent a Wharton never cited a specific
new direction in MSU athletics, reason for the firing of Ganakas,
one that will put behind us the a move which came as a sur-
negative revelations of recent prise to many. The Michigan
months and accentuate a pose- State basketball team finished
tive return to the integrity and fourth in the Big Ten this past
year, much better than ex-
______________________ I pected.

Darryl Rogers

HIKING

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Cagers honored
Michigan's basketball team
and coaching staff travel to
Lansing today to be honored
kby the State Legislature. The
cagers finished second in the
recent NCAA tournament. To-
day has been officially pro-
claimed as "University of
Michigan Basketball D a y"
throughout the state.
BILLBOARD
The third annual Ann Arbor
Basketball Classic will be held
at Concordia Lutheran College,
April 16-17. The tournament
features high school teams
from Indiana, Illinois, Ohio
and Michigan. Several high
school All-Americans will be
competing.
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