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Thursday, June 9, 1977

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Eleven

Marshall arrested
on weapons charge

Marv 'Jailbird' Barnes adjusting
to life behind bars, Pistons report

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (M -
Defensive end Jim Marshall of
the Minnesota Vikingsahas been
charged with having a conceal-
ed weapon and. an open liquor
bottle in his van after being
stopped by Bloomington police
Saturday.
The concealed weaon com-
planit was signed Wednesday
by Hennepin District Judge
Donald Barbeau. The charge,
a gross misdemeanor, carries
a maximni sone-year sentence
in the county workhouse and
t.000 fine.
Marshall is the second mem-
her of the National Football Lea-
gae team to be arrested in re-
cent weeks. Viking cornerback
gate Allen was arrested May 21
fr aleedly assaulting an off-
daty police officer at a Minne-
anolis bar.
Marshall 39, was stopped by
Bloomington police late Satur-
dav night after the van he was
driving was seen traveling aver
the rinter line of the road and
sneed;as said Det. Brent Lar-
Bcmeball's leaders
fly The Associated Press
Bad on 125 at hais.
G An R H Pet.
Carew ain 50 206 37 78 .379
Bailor Tor 39 145 26 50 .345
Singleton hal 43 150 26 51 .340
Bostock Min 48 183 32 62 .339
isk Bsn 50 175 41 59 .337
Soderhlm Chi 42 149 22 50 .336
Chalk Cal 47 161 14 52 .323
Hisle Min 51 193 35 62 .321
Oaoods Tor 37 134 17 43 .321
Poquette KC 38 134 17 43 .321
Hone .Runs
Chkauo, 15; Nettles, New York, 13;
Rie,.Boston1. 2; GScott, Boston, 12;
lands, California, 12; Hisle, Minne-
Seta, 12.
Runs Batted In
alisle. Minnesota, 47; Midi, Cali-
fomia. 42; Zisk, Chicagto 41; Mun-
son, New York, 40; Owens, Kansas
City, 40.
Pitching (6 Decisions)
Tanana, California, 9-2, .818; Cas-
tro, ilwaukee, 7-2, .778; Rozema,
Detroit6 -2, .750; Tidrow, New York,
5-2, .714; Knapp, Chicago, 5-2, .714;
Littell, Kansas City, 5-2, .714; Bog-
meier, Minnesota. 5-2, .714; Tolohn-
wn. Minnesota, 5-2, .714; Medich,
Oakland. 5-2, .714.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H IPet.
'rrillo chi 49 171 28 65 .380
Parker Pgh 49 200 37 70 .350
Ontiveros Chi 45 144 15 47 .326
Kranepol NY 43 126 19 41 .325
Lozinksi Phi 43 166 27 54 .325
Simmons Stf.L 40 174 29 56 .322
Rose Cin 51 198 39 63 .318
Tmpleton StL 48 205 40 65 .317
EVlentine MI1 44 180 22 57 .317
Smith La 51 177 48 56 .316
Home Runs
Cey, Los Angeles, 14; Burroughs,
Atlanta, 13; Smith, Los Angeles, 13;
Winfield, San Diego, 12; Bench, Cin-
0nna1, 11; GFoster, Cincinnati, 11.
Runs Batted In
Cey, Los Angeles, 51; Winfield,
San Dliego, 46; Burroughs, Atlanta,
44; Garvey, Los Angeles, 42; Parker,
Pittsburgh, 41.
Pitching -(6 Decisions)
Denny, St. Louis, 7-0, 1.000; Can-
dOria, Pittsburgh, 7-1, .875; Ran, Los
Angeles, 6-1, .857; Rhoden, Los An-
elet8-?,. .000; RReushel, Chicago,
t2, 278; RForsch, St. Louis, 7-2,
-t;: liStton Los Angeles, 6-2, 750;
3 Tied itsh .714.
BILLBOARD
The department of Recrea-
tional Sports will be showing two
fitness films Thursday, June 9
at 6 P.m. in the North Campus
Rec. Building. The titles of the
films are "Contouring Your Fig-
ure" and "Weight Training 1."
A valid ID. or user's pass will
be required for admission.
Welcome Students
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He said the police report did
not say how fast Marshall was
traveling when he was stopped
near 96th Streethand Penn Ave-
nue South.
When Marshall got out of
the van, a bottle of unopened
beer fell from the vehicle. As
one officer was talking to Mar-
shall, another started to put
the beer back in the van and
noticed an open bottle of
scotch and a .38-caliber revol-
ver in the van, Larson said.
The police detective said Mar-
shall did not have a permit to
carry the wtapon as required by
state law.
A Viking's spokesman said
that Marshall on the advice of
his attorney, would have no
comment on the incident.

t DETROIT (UPI) - Imprisoned basketball
star Marvin Barnes is spending his time be-
hind bars getting ready for next season and
studying up for his college degree, Detroit
Pistons officials said yesterday.
Coach Herb Brown, General Manager Bob
Kauffman and team counsel Oscar Feldman
visited Barnes at the Cranston, R.I., Adult
Correctional Institution Tuesday and found
that Barnes is "making the best of his sit-
latiion," a team spokesman said.
"HE IS PLAYTNG a little bit of basket-
ball and pursuing a way to finish up his
college courses and get a degree," the
sookesman said.
The 6-foot-9 forward, who cost the Pistons
'500,000 in last year's National Basketball
Association dispersal draft, began serving
a one-year sentence for probation violation
on May 16. He will be eligible for parole

again after four months.
WHILE ON probation for assai'lting a for-
mer Providence University t e a m m a t e,
Barnes was arrested last Oct. 9 at Detroit
Metropolitan Airport for carrying an un-
loaded handgum in his Inggage. His siibse-
'sent legal ordeal, along with injuries. had
a detrimental affect on Barnes' play last
season.
"Marvin realizes he didn't play lp to his
feill otential last season and he's looking
forward to playing this season," Kauffman
said. "He's playing with the prison team
now and he's in pretty good shape."
Barnes played in 53 games for the Pistons
last season, bt managed a scoring average
of just 9.6 points a game. He was sidelined
early in the season with a broken ankle and
again at the end of the season with a frac-
tured hand.

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