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May 04, 1978 - Image 22

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Page 22-Friday, May 5, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Metro Seven accepts
Va. Tec into league

Maitn Leagu Sa

(AP) - Virginia Tech, an indepen-
dent since it dropped out of the
Southern Conference 13 years ago, has
been accepted as a member of the
basketball-oriented Metro 7 Conferen-
ce.
Metro Commissioner Larry Albus of
St. Louis said Tech will immediately
become eligible to compete for con-
ference championships.
Other teams in the league - more
formally the Metropolitan Collegiate
Athletic Conference - are Louisville,
Cincinnati, Florida State, Memphis
State, Tulane and St. Louis. Georgia
Tech was a member until recently.
Albus denied that Virginia Tech, a
sprawling university of 19,000 students

in the western Virginia mountains at
nearby Blacksburg, is a replacement
for Georgia Tech.
He said talks with Virginia Tech
about possible membership had been
going on "for some time" before
Georgia Tech gained the ACC member-
ship for which Virginia Tech had been
rejected last year.
BILLBOARD
Are you interested in becoming an IM
sports official? If you would like to of-
ficiate at baseball, softball, volleyball
or water-polo games, call Sandy San-
ders at 763-1313. There is a mandatory
clinic being held Monday May 8 at the
IM building for all those interested.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

Detroit
New York
Boston
Milwaukee
Cleveland
Baltimore
Toronto
Oakland
Kansas City
California
Texas
Chicago
Minnesota
Seattle

14 5
13 9
14 10
10 12
9 11
9 13
8 14
WEST
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14 8
14 8
10 10
7 13
8 18
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Montreal
Philadelphia
Chicago
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
New York
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
San Francisco
Houston
San Diego
Atlanta

EAST
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WEST
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When the dam broke at Buffalo Creek, West Virginia, a lot of
people weren't as lucky as this little guy.
'w o u ld Jamie and the rest of the Mosley family made it up the hill
just in the nick of time. Seconds later, a wall of water swept all
their earthly possessions away.
Here you see Jamie in the Red Cross shelter, thinking it
y o u all over.One look at that face, and we're awfully glad we were there
to help.
Every year, you know, Red Cross touches the lives of mil-
lions upon millions of Americans. Rich. Poor. Average. Black.
White. Christian and Jew. With support. With comfort. With
a helping hand when they need it.
So whenyou open your heart, with your time or your money,
you can be certain it's in the right place.
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