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Saturdav June 9. 1973

THE SUMMER DAILY

Page Eleven

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Gabriel
for five
LOS ANGELES (A)-The Los
Angeles Rams traded disenchant-
ed-Roman Gabriel to the Phila-
delphia Eagles in a one-for-five
swap yesterday that could help
both teams if the veteran quar-
terback's arm remains sound.
In return for Gabriel, the Na-
tional Football League's most
valuable player in 1969, the Rams
received wide receiver Harold
Jackson, running back Tony
Baker and three draft choices.
The draft choices will be No. 1
in both 1974 and 1975 and the,
No. 3 pick in 1975. The trade.
TIRES
We are makbng it passible for
U-M students, faculty, and staff
to buy tires, wheels, batteries at
dealer prices. These are first
tuality, first line tires made by
maior tire manufacturers.
404 W. LIBERTY
ANN ARBOR, MICH.

traded
Eagles
returns a No. 1 draft choice for
next year since the Rams' when
George Allen was coach, had
traded away that selection.
Gabriel suffered tendonitis in
his throwing elbow last season
and it hampered him most of
the way, although in the final
game he declared he was phys-
ically fit.
The Rams however traded de-
fensive end Coy Bacon and sec-
ond string running back Bob
Thomas to San Diego for quar-
terback Jahn Hadl and alienated
Gabriel, the 32-year-old from
North Carolina State who had
spent 11 seasons with Los An-
geles.
He charged his contract was
void and the multi-year pact
calls reportedly for $125,000 a
year. Then his Superior Court
suit charging that fact was
dropped and he went to Phila-
delphia to talk business.
A Rams spokesman said Ga-
briel's contract would be trans-
ferred intact to Philadelphia and
any changes in it would have to
be negotiated by the player and
the club. Gabriel and the Eagles
announced an accord last Friday
without giving details.
Physical failures of the veteran
quarterback played a part in the
6-7-1 losing record of the Rams
last season, their first year under
the ownership of Carroll Rosen-
bloom, who traded his Baltimore
Colts for the West Coast club.

Enforcer
First base umpire John McSherry appears to have enforced his call by knocking down Chicago Cub
pitcher Milt Pappas yesterday at Wrigley Field. Actually, McSherry is calling Cincinnati's Pete Rose
(not shown) out after Pappas slid into first with the ball. Cub Pat Borque seems to be catching the
foot of Pappas at left.

THE SPORTS CAR CLUB OF ANN ARBOR
PRESENTS
The Summer Series
A SERIES OF 4 RALLIES
FOR INTERMEDIATE & NOVICE
SATURDAY, JUNE 9 SATURDAY, AUGUST 11
SATURDAY, JULY 7 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
Each rally starts at Arborland
Registration at 8:00 a.m. First car out at 9:01
For information cal Ginny Reese 971-0051, Jean
Rizoe 662-0372, Steve Bottoroff 761-2140, or
Carolyn Eaton, The Checkered Flag, 663-2475.

F

Sports of The Daily

Drunk drivers
add color to
our highways.
Nothing adds color to our high-
ways like a car crash,
And drunk drivers are involved
in at leastf800,000crashes a year.
And drunk drivers are involved
in the killing of at least 25,000
people a year.
Highways don't have to be this
colorful.
It's up to you.
Drunk drivers, problem drinkers
and abusive drinkers may be
sick and need your help.
But first we've got to get them
off the road.
For their sake and yours.
Do something. Get in touch
with the National Safety Coun-
cil, Dept. A, 425 N. Michigan
Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60611.
And your voice will be heard.
Scream Bloody Murder.
Advertising contributed
for the public good.

DIANA AUTIN
-for school board
* COMMUNITY CONTROL OF SCHOOLS
* STUDENTS RIGHTS
* END TO: RACISM
SEXISM
TRACKING
Vote HRP June 11
paid political advertisement by Public Schools Committee

............

A2 TV deals NCAA
KANSAS CITY - Ann Arbor's North American Cable, Inc.
has purchased the television rights for 18 championship events
from the NCAA. Walter Byers, NCAA executive director, said
yesterday in making the announcement that the contract covers
four events this spring including the College World Series in
Omaha and 14 championships during the 1973-74 school year.
If the Shue fits .. .
There is no longer any question that Capital Bullets (nee
Baltimore) Coach Gene Shue plans to leave the NBA club, but
it's still up in the air as to where he will go. Shue has been
reported as on his way to the hapless Philadelphia 76ers. Any-
thing for a challenge. In other off the court basketball news,
Paul Lynch, a Providence paving company executive, purchased
the ABA Memphis Tams from Charlie Finley . . . Indiana's
Steve Downing signed his contract with the Boston Celtics and
former Michigan All-American Rudy Tomjanovich signed a
new six-year pact with the Houston Rockets.
Crane to Phillies
Michigan shortstop Mark Crane, picked by Philadelphia in
this week's free agent draft, signed with the Phillies and was
assigned to the Class A Reading Phillies of the New York-Penn
League -... The Cardinals traded Ray Busse to the Houston
Astros for Stan Papi.
BLUES
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