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Friday, May 7, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Golfers gird
Michigan's men's golf team is heading toward its two big-
gest matches of the season in slow gear.
Tomorrow and Saturday, the golfers will compete in the
Spartan Invitational Tournament in East Lansing. The tour-
ney is a 72 hole, two day event, with a total of 25 teams in
the field.
Among the multitude will be Big Ten defending champions
Indiana, and a top contender in Ohio State.
The Wolverines will have to recover from two poor outings
finishing next to last in the 16 team Northern Intercollegiate
Tournament in Columbus, and sixth in a seven team match in
Kalamazoo.
The following weekend, Michigan will take part in the
annual Big Ten Tournament to be held this year in Ann
Arbor, May 14-16.
Again Ohio State looks to be the top challenger to the
Hoosiers three year reign as conference champs. The Buckeyes
have won five straight tournaments this spring, and are fav-
oredstotcontinuetheir winning ways the next two weekends in
the state of Michigan.
Buffalo shuffle
BUFFALO - Tates Locke, assistant coach of the Buffalo
Braves of the National Basketball Association, was named head
coach yesterday, succeeding Jack Ramsay.
Braves owner Pau! Snyder said Locke, 39, was signed to a
two-year contract.
Ramsay was dropped as Braves coach last Monday, the
day after the Boston Celtics eliminated Buffalo from the
playoffs.
Locke had 11 years experience as a college coach at West
Point, Miami, O., and Clemson before joining the Braves as
assistant at the start of the 1975-76 season. -AP
Ti-cats bag Baggett
EAST LANSING - Charlie Baggett, Michigan State Uni-
versity's standout quarterback, has agreed to play with the
Hamilton Tigercats of the Canadian Football League.
The Ontario club's general manager Robert Shaw said yes-
terday Baggett and he have made a verbal agreement that Bag-
gett will join the club this year.
"He has no guarantee he will be starting quarterback. If
he's the best, he'll start," said Shaw. -AP
"
Olympic tickets available
If you're thinking about seeing the Olympics in Montreal
this summer, but don't have any tickets yet, ducats are still
available, but the big events are sold out.
According to the Montreal Organizing Committee, all swim-
ming, cycling and gymnastics tickets are completely sold out.
Also sold out are basketball, boxing, weightlifting, and the
finals of track and field. Even the opening and closing cere-
monies are booked full, to the tune of 70,000 tickets each.
There are about 225,000 seats left for preliminary track
events, and for a variety of other sports, including soccer, judo,
shooting, field hockey and yachting.
To order tickets or to obtain the lists of available tickets,
write Olympic Tickets, P.O. Box 1976, Montreal. -AP
LUNCH at
I2OUSB
Bring your lunch to Canterbury House Monday
through Friday from 12 noon to 2 p.m. during
the Spring term (May 10 to June 23). There
are tables on the big front porch, sit on the
lawn or inside in the living room.
A ploce for people to aother with social, political,
spiritual, artistic or ethical concerns-for conversation
or iust a pleasant place to have lunch.
BRING SOMETHING TO EAT-BEVERAGES PROVIDED
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY-12 NOON TO 2 P.M.
CANTERBURY HOUSE is at
218 N. DIVISION STREET
corner of Catherine and Division

Lynn, Bost. 15 56 9 24 .421
Chambliss, NY 17 72 11 28 .389
Carty, Cleve. 19 67 13 25 .373
Horton, Det. 16 60 13 22 .367
National League
Player Ctub G An R H Pet.
Rose, Cin. 21 92 22 39 .419
Monday, Chie. 24 108 30 40 .370
Griffey, Cin. ii 85 17 30 .370
-Sarteil, Pitts. 17 63 1123 .365

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SEVEN WOMEN
Anne Bancroft and Sue Lyon in an unusually perceptive film about the
plight of a group of women in a China torn by civil war, by a director known
for his action-packed portrayals of men in conflict with each other. In color.
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