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Fridoy, May 23, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

SPORTS OF THE DAILY

Hoop loop for '75 is tough

Cagers play five
games in 10 days
Home games in CAPITALS
Dec. 2 VANDERBILT
Dec. 6 Tennessee
Dec. 10 SOUTH CAROLINA
Dec. 13 DAYTON
Dec. 19-20 MICHIGAN INVITA-
TIONAL (Miami of Ohio,
Southern Illinois, Prince-
ton)
Dec. 29-30 Las Vegas Holiday
Classic (Houston, LaSalle,
Nevada-Las Vegas)
Jan. 3 Northwestern
Jan. 5 MINNESOTA
Jan. 8 Wisconsin
Jan. 10 INDIANA
Jan. 12 OHIO STATE
Jan.17 MICHIGAN STATE
Jan. 24 Purdue
Jan. 26 Illinois
Jan. 31 IOWA
Feb. 2 WISCONSIN
Feb. 7 Indiana
Feb. 9 Ohio State
Feb. 14 Michigan State
Feb. 21 PURDUE
Feb. 23 ILLINOIS
Feb. 28 Iowa
Mlar. 1 Minnesota
Mlar. 6 NORTHWESTERN

Namath decides
NEW YORK (A) - Quarter-
back Joe Namath's rejection of
a $4 million World Football
League bid yesterday may
mean that the star passer is
planning retirement from foot-
ball, according to Gene Pull-
ano, owner of the WFL's Chi-
cago Winds.
In Chicago, Pullano said he
was "shocked" at the rejection
and that he had been optimistic
of signing Namath right up un-
til the time he received a phone
call from the star's attorney,
Jimmy Walsh, telling him that
the offer had been turned
down.
A spokesman for.Walsh re-
leased a single sentence state-
ment in New York, disclosing
the rejection of one of the
most spectacular money of-
fers in the history of sports.
"After considerable deliber-
ation, and with every wish that
the WFL prove a successful
league, Joe Namath respect-
fully declines the offer from
the Chicago Winds football
team for reasons which are per-
sonal and private," the state-
ment said.
Trial for Lyle
DENVER(1P) - IHeavyweight
boxer Ron Lyle, who lost his
title bout with champion Mu-
hammad Ali last Friday, was
bound over for trial in District
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13. A divorce action b
Mrs. Lyle is pending
District Court.
4)-D Team
NEW YORK P)

barges of Walt Frazier of the New York
t and fel- Knicks broke through a virtual
monopoly by Boston and Chi-
h firing a cago players and was named to
ne, March the NBA's all-defensive team for
rought by the seventh straight year.
in Denver Frazier, the only player
picked to the first team each
year since the balloting be-
gan in 1969, received a total
- Guard of 21 points from the 18 league

coaches, it was announced
yesterday.
Guard Jerry Sloan of the Chi-
cago Bulls was the top vote-get-
ter- with 22 points, one more
than Frazier and forward John
Havlicek of the Boston Celtics.
Rounding out the first team
were forward Paul Silas of the
Celtics with 15 points and cen-
ter Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with
19.

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