Wednesday, May 21, 1975
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sports of the Daily
'M' slates women's athletics confab
The most comprehensive conference ever held on women's
intercollegiate athletics is scheduled June 3-5 at the University of
Former women Olympic athletes and coaches, educators, and
some of the top women journalists and editors are scheduled
to address the National Conference on Women's Sports, "Ethics
and the Amateur Principle."
"I have simply been overwhelmed by the nation-wide re-
sponse from people who have agreed to participate in this
conference," said Marie Hartwig, Michigan's associate director
for women's athletics, who organized the conference.
"We have the best people available to talk about every phase
of amateur athletics and I would think anyone who has the least
bit of interest in women's athletics would want to be with us,"
"We have experts in every field of amateur athletics, from
training and nutrition to coaching, performance and administra-
tion," Hartwig said.
Coaching clinics will be offered by both men and women
coaches. Lucille Kyvallos, Queen College (N.Y.) basketball
coach; Neil Jackson from Michigan State and member of the
Olympic Track and Field Committee; Gus Stager, Michigan's
swimming- coach, and Mimi Murray, Springfield College gym-
nastics coach, will conduct the clinics.
Robben Fleming will open the conference Tuesday, June 3, at
9:15 a.m., and the sessions will run until 10 p.m. Athletic Director
Don Canham will open the Wednesday session at 8:45 a.m., and
Carolyne Davis, associate vice president for academic affairs, will
open the session Thursday at 8:45 a.m.
The final day will be devoted to the role of the media in
Registration will be open each morning at the Rackham Lec-
Farrell signs ace dekers
Hockey coach Dan Farrell has announced that five student
-athletes havetsigned national letters of intent to enroll at the
University in the fall.
"We believe that we got our five top prospects," Farrell said.
"Each one will strengthen us at every position."
Michael Coffman, 6'0", 175 lbs., RW, Richfield, Minn.,/H.S.
Dan Cormier, 61" 165 lbs. C, Toronto, Ont./Power
Mark Miller, 511", 165 lbs., LW, Essex, Ont.,/H.S.
John Waymann, 6'0" 180 lbs., RD, St. Lambert, Que./
Chambley County H.S.
Bill Wheeler, 5'10", 170 lbs., LW, Southfield/U. of Detroit H.S.
TUSCALOOSA (M) - Joe Namath said Tuesday he has not de-
cided whether to sign his name for $1 million or $4 million, but
he indicated he might be leaning toward the World Football
"Right now I don't know which way we'll go," Namath said
during a round of golf here.
CLEVELAND (P) - The Cleveland Indians traded pitchers Jim
Perry and Dick Bosman to the Oakland A's for pitcher John "Blue
Moon" Odom and an unspecified amount of cash, the Tribe
JOE NAMATH, formerly of the New York Jets, tools around the Tuscaloose golf course while he
plays around with a reported $4 million dollar contract offer from the WFL Chicago Winds. The
native of prophetically-named Beaver Falls, Pa., stands to score no matter which offer - or
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SANTIAGO, Chile (P) - South
Africa wants to confront Chile
in the American Zone final of
the Davis Cup tennis com-
petition July 11, 12 and 13, it was
announced here yesterday.
Hernan Basagoitia, president
of the Chilean Tennis Federa-
tion, indicated that the South
African request would be ap-
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