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Friday, June 17, 1977

TH4E MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Viyrp~itoiiLA?
'84, Olympics toLA
By The Associated Press
PRAGUE-The dowr appears wide open for Los Angeles to
tage the Olympic Games of 1984, if it wants them.
The Intertational Olympic Committee (IOC) is worried
bh the prospect that an American city may be the only can-
didate. At the IOC's 79th session, which opened in Prague
yesterday, there are some behind-the-scenes efforts to whip
op interest elsewhere. '
BUT THE SPECTRE of Montreal, which still faces a huge
\ debt following the Games last summer, does not encourage
candidates.
Bids have to be posted to the IOC by next Oct. 31, and the
decision will be made at next year's session in Athens.
Los Angeles is one of six U.S. cities reportedly interested
Shosting the Games, and the U.S. National Olympic Com-
ittee (USNOC) will have to give its backing to one of them.
The other American cities reportedly interested are At-
lanta, Miami, New York, Washington, D.C. and Chicago.
MEANWHILE, a six-man delegation from Lake Placid, "'
NY., answered awkward questions from the IOC and said
the little ski community is well on top of plans for the 1980
,inter Olympics. :n
IOC members were concerned about accommodations for r
press and spectators.
Seaver bids farewell
to New York ans

WILSON MOVED TO MINORS
Kromm to coach Wings
By The Associated Press make progress year to year, to move from where'he was.
DEtTROIT - Bobby Kromom, enhancing our hockey club. You
coach nf the Winnipeg Jets of do that with fellows who want Delvecchio, who was De-
the WHIA the past two seasons, to play and by preparing the trnit's general manager anid
yesterday was named as the to win, not lose." coach, had announced the
new coach of the Detroit Red "mystery coach" plans. Del-
Wings. vecchio was fired and was re-
Kromm said he decided only placed by Wilson, who said he
He replaces Larry Wilson, Wednesday to take the job. A realized he migbt be replaced
who took over from Alex Del- year ago the Red Wings an- in turn.
vecchio midway through last nounced they had reached
season. Kromm's appointment agreement to hire a-new coach Wilson was not at the news
is the 11th coaching change in a year but had to wait until conference at which the club
in the Red Wings in the last the "mystery coach" was free introduced Kromm.
nine years.
Kromm's contract is for VALUABLE COUPON WORTH 88c
three years.
The Red Wings, who finished
last in their division in the past
season, have made the playoffs
only once in the last 11 years.'
Last year Kromm's Jets were
eliminated in, the seventh game
of the final round of the WHA
playoffs by the Quebec Nor-
diques. The season before, he 1
guided Winnipeg to a first place '
finish and an Avco Cup playoff U
championship against the Housf
ton Aeros. f e s2 a
Ted Lindsay, general man-
ager of the Red Wings who
had said he wanted Wilson to
remain his coach, changed his *
mind because of an agree-
ment the Red Wings had to
hire Kromm. Lindsay, who be- '
came GM in Mnrch, said Wil-
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NEW YORK (MP-Tom Seaver
paid one last emotional visit to
his Shea Stadium locker yester-
day and broke down in tears as
he tried to describe his feelings
for New York Mets fans.
Seaser, traded to the Cincin-
nati Reds for four players after
16 months of bickering with M.
Donald Grant, Mets chairman
of the board, returned to the
ballpark to pack his bags before
joining the Reds in Montreal.-
He was discussing his feel-
ings with about two dozen re-
porters when one newsman
asked if he had one last word
for Mets fans.
Seaver, obviously moved, ask-
ed for a break in the question-
ing. After about 10 minutes, he
returned to the impromptu news
conference, but still was teary-
eyed and choked up.
"I know t h e y appreciated
watching me . . ." he began.
But again he hesitated.
"If I can retain enough com-
posure to talk for about 60 sec-

onds, I'll have it made," Seaver
said. But he could not.
He started again..
"As far as the fans go, I've
given them a great number of
thrills and they've been equal-
ly returned," he said. "The
ovation I got the other night
..." and again he hesitated.
Finally, he asked to borrow a
reporter's notebook and pen to
write a statement. He asked
another reporter to read it.
"... and the ovation the other
night, after passing Sandy Kou-
fax in career strikeouts will be
one of the most memorable and
warm moments of my life."
The conflict between Seaver
and Grant began in March 1976
during difficult contract nego-
tiations. "My loyalty was used
against me," said Seaver, who
was labeled an "ingrate" by
Grant at that time. "I saw nine
years being thrown out of the
window. If I was guilty of any-
thing at that point, I was guilty
of being extremely naive."

PRIVATE POOL

Friday, June 17
CHINATOWN
(Roman Polonski, 1974) 7 & 9:15-MLB 3
A moody and ominous tale of values corrupted by greed and the
lust for power, Jack Nicholson is the detective who finds "nothing
as it seems" in sunny 1930's California; Faye Dunaway is his mys-
trrtoua client and eventually his lover. Stylish moving modern
ERROL FLYNN NIGHT
CAPTAIN BLOOD
(Michael Curtiz, 1935) 7 only-MLB 4
Adventure on the high seas at its best. The film that made Errol
Flynn a star. His portrayal of the rebel pirate Dr. Peter Blood
exptoded onto the screen, and in a matter at weeks, he was Warner
Bras, hottest star. Olivia de Havilland, Lianel Atwill Basil Rathbone.
DODGE CITY
Michael Curtiz, 1939) 9 only--MLB 4
Ito always a thrill and a joy watching Errol Flynn and Olivia de
iavilland together on the screen; the magic they created has been
enchanting audiences for almost 40 years. This was their fifth pair-
a brawling western, loaded with action from beginning to end.
Lynn plays a lawman whose smile is as smooth as his draw, and
who is determined in cleanhup Dodge City. De Havilland is a
crusading newspaper' woman who blames Flynn tar the death at her
rather. Filmed in rich Technicolor andCdirected by the diretor of
TH ADVSENTUMi.+' OF RtOBIN nOOn and CASABLANCA.
0
Saturday, June 18
WOMEN IN LOVE
Ken Russell, 1970) 7 & 9:15-MLB 3
INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
(DCn SieUl, 19561 D 7 &S1:30-MLB 4
COUNTDOWN
(Robert Altman, -1968) 8:45' only -MLB 4.

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