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MICHIGAN REPERTORY 72
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FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Bullets *as k
for ruling
on Hayes
HOUSTON OP) - The Balti-
more Bullets of ,,the, National.
Basketball Association asked a
federal court yesterday to -
hold a contract the team holds
with Elvin Hayes, a star per-
former acquired in a recent
trade with the Houston Rockets.
The petition also seeks an in-
junction that would prevent.
Hayes from playing or negotiat-
ing with any other professional
team until the contract expires.
Hayes was acquired from
Houston last month in exchange
for Jack Marin and a 1974 draft
choice. The former University
of Houston star became a Roc-
ket when Houston interests pur-
chased the San Diego franchise
last year.
The Court petition says Hayes
is seeking more money while
alleging a 10-year, $1.07 million
contract originally negotiated
with San Diego was based on
"fraud and undue influence."
The contract also calls for an
annual bonus up to $15,000 bas-
ed on the team's performance.
The Bullets contend Hayes
has unique and extraordinary
skill and his personal spectator
following make it impossible to
replace him.
New'
Freshmen!
Do you want money, a draft
deferment, leadership and
management training,
self-confidence?
If your answer is yes, then
invest 1/2 hour of your time
to find out how you obtain
the above by attending the
Army ROTC orientation at
Room 200 in North Hall at
3:30 p.m. every day.

Wednesday, July 19, 1972

Grid practice roundup:
where is Mr. Maynard?
From Wire Service Reports Cole, who suffered a bump an
Don Maynard, veteran wide the head in a .scrimmage last
receiver, was still missing from weekend.
the New York Jetss National
Football League training camp Slight Pull
yesterday and was expected to New York Giants defensive
be fined $100 each day he is ab- end Jack Gregory, who played
sent. out his option with the Cleve-
He was due Sunday at Hof- land Browns last season and
stra University with the rest of signed With the Giants this
the veterans. Coach Weeb Ew- spring, suffered a slight mus-
bank said: "Anybody as old as cle pull during a controlled
he is should be more business- scrimmage yesterday at the
like about it and let you know Giants preseason training camp
in advance. He's probably in at Monmouth College.
some new kind of business now. A team spokesman said the
He's always got something go- injury was not serious, how-
ing." ever, and the 6-foot-5. 250
Maynard, 35, has gained pounder is not expected to miss
more pass - catching yardage much action.
than any receiver in pro foot-
ball history.
Day And Night Nater departs
Miami Dolphins' Coach Don Te
Shula instituted a night-and- a'S boun ces
day practice routine yesterday
as the American Football Con- HONOLULU 1') - Tom Mc-
ference champions entered their Millan of the University of
second week of practice at Mi- Maryland has been named to
ami. the U.S. Olympic basketball
Under Shula's plan, two regu- team to replace center Swen
lar drills in the morning and Nater of UCLA, who quit the
afternoon were followed by a team Monday.
"walk-through" workout in the M.K. "Bill" Summers, U.S.
evening. Olympic basketball chairman,
Shula said yesterday's ses- said the 6-11 McMillan was the
sions were devoted to working firstualternate from the recent
against odd-spaced defenses tryouts at the U.S. Air Force
which are. becoming more pop- Academy in Colorado. MoMillan
ular in the National Football will join the team in Honolulu
League, today, Summers said.
Several players were hobbl- Nater 'refused to work out
ing with injuries including of- with the team Monday. "He
fensive tackle Wayne Mass, checked off the pluses and m
bruised tendon; wideout Jack uses and decidled to go home,
Clancy, sore back., defensive Summers said.
end Willie Townes, bruised leg: Coach Henry Iba said, "it's
wideout Howard Twilley, pulled the first time someone has
hamstring; and runner, Terry come this far and then quit."

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