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Friday, June 7, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Sports of The Daily

...

Masochist hoop coaches await doom
Sparks flew yesterday down at the corner of Hoover and State
as the Dream Tennis Match of the Century was realized. Coaches
Bill Frieder and Jim "My Hands Are Calloused" Dutcher accepted
the challenge of the Daily tennis tandem of "Rocket" Feldman
and "Oscar the Gazelle" Bloom in a winner-take-all match.
In their morning news conference, held at the Delta, the hoop
mentors let their true feelings known about the upcoming contest.
"These two-bit bench jockeys have spoken once too often,"
raged a livid Dutcher, "and now they're going to pay."
When asked about the sight for the classic confrontation,
Frieder suggested Lower Serbia. "There's this 7-2 kid down there,
and we can write it off as a recruiting trip."
The Journalistic duo rebutted with their own charges of im-
propiety, naivete, and botulism.
"The court will run red with Faygo," they exclaimed.
Tentative date is Friday, June 14 but the place is up in the
air.
Big Eight inks Orange Bowl pact
KANSAS CITY (A'P-The Big Eight Conference football cham-
pion will automatically qualify for the Orange Bowi starting with
the 1975 season, the conference announced yesterday.
Commissioner Charles M. Neinas said a four-year agreement
had been worked out with the Orange Bowl.
The contract is effective beginning with the 1976 game, and
soes not restrict a school from appearing in consecutive years.
"This is a very fine opportunity," Neinas said in a state-
ment. "The conference championship, which is the goal of
every Big Eight team, now takes on even more importance
with an additional reward for winning the title."
Dr. D. Frank Rentz, president of the Orange Bowl Committee,
issued this statement:
"Needless to say, the Orange Bowl Committee is delighted
with its new agreement with the Big Eight Conference. We
believe we are affiliating with the strongest conference in the
country.
"The vote of the Orange Bowl Committee was unanimous, and
we are looking forwardto our continued association with our
friends in the Big Eight"

Linsay Anderson's 1963
THE SPORTNG L
A film which translates the confusions and unrequitted longins of the
angry vounq men and women of our time into memorable universal
truths. "Even thouqh a dedicated moviegoer has been surfeited by our
spate of film illustrating youth wallowine in the lower depths of kitchen-
sink dramos, this film gives the entire genremeaning and brilliance"
--NEW YORK TIMES
Saturday: MORGAN i
fols mslfOutofho wTONGThe at cud' appenhere
CIN EMAll.a o te oly se5d ANGELteHOLL
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tickets on sale at 6:30
Lenny Bruce and Richard Nixon in 1950's
LENNY BRUCE/CHECKERS SPEECH
Two master comedians doings what they do best. The Lenny Bruce film
.captures rare nightclub scenes that Bruce hod filmed as evidence to
determine in court whether his act was obscene. In the Checkers Speech,
a prominate politician of the 50's is accused of acceptinq a bribe. Tricky
talks hmself out of hot water. And they said it couldn't happen here-
ogain. In oil, an expose of the seemingly sedate 50's.

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