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Wednesday, July 31, 1974 THE MICHIGAN D

/Sports of The Daily
By The Associated Press
Packers trade Hunter
GREEN BAY, Wis. - The Green Bay Packers have traded
Scott Hunter, their starting quarterback most of the past three
seasons, to Buffalo in a deal that brought a running back
and defensive tackle from the Bills to Green Bay.
The Packers acquired Pete Van Valkenburg, a 6-foot-2, 203-
pound running back starting his second National Football League
season, and Steve Okoniewski, a 6-foot-4, 252-pound defensive
tackle and two year NFL veteran.
None of the players involved had reported to training camp
because of the NFL players strike.
Cowboys jump to WFL
DALLAS - Three members of the National Football League
Dallas Cowboys have signed contracts with the World Football
League in separate announcements made by two WFL franchises,
The Memphis Southmen announced that linebacker D. D. Lewis
had signed a three year contract beginning next season for an
unspecified amount that included a bonus for switching leagues.
A short time later, the Birmingham Americans revealed
that tackles Rayfield Wright and Jethro Pugh had both inked pacts
with its organization. Wright will join the Americans in 1977, while
Pugh will become available in 1976.
Baseball format change?
CLEVELAND - Major league baseball club owners are con-
sidering a proposal that would revise and enlarge the system
of league championship playoffs, according to a report in the
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
The proposal would add the second place team in each of
the four divisions so that eight clubs, instead of the present
four, would be included in the postseason play.
The proposal will be discussed and voted on when league
owners and general managers gather for their annual summer
meetings in New York on Aug. 7 and 8, the newspaper said.
Blazers deflate prices
ORLANDO, Fla. - The Florida Blazers of the World Foot-
ball League have slashed the prices of 11,000 temporary end zone
seats in the Tangerine Bowl to $5 from $7.75 in an effort to boost
sagging attendance.
A total of 34,354 fans have watched the Blazers' two home
games, ranking them 10th in the 12-team league in attendance. In
both home games, temporary end zone seats were almost barren.
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First day on the job
INTERIM DETROIT LIONS' Head Coach Rick Forzano began his first day at the helm yes-
terday. Forzano claimed he would stress discipline saying, "Permissiveness kind of drives me
up a wall."

]Be creuwithfire.
Remember: there are babes
inthe woods.
And those baby fawns, rabbits, Follow all the rules of safety and
squirrels and trees need a safe, happy caution-just like any other place where
home. They need a place where they can there are children at play.
grow up strong and healthy.
Like babes everywhere.
So, please, be careful with fire when
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