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November 20, 1981 - Image 14

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Editors note: The Daily sports editors will poetically predict the outcome of the Michigan-Ohio State game in tomorrow's Daily.
EMU students rall to oust coach
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have more of a say in what the ad-
ministration does with our team."
The peaceful rally started outside of
the Pray-Harrold classroom building,
where students carried signs bearing
slogans such as "0-10, Never Again"
while other demonstrators circulated
petitions demanding Stock be ousted.
Under the direction of York, the
gathering also sang a rendition of
Eastern's fight song.
THEN AS SEVERAL members of the

Hurons' football team looked on, some
of the rally's organizers addressed the
crowd. "We're not protesting Mr. Stock
or the team," said student body
president Mark Lee. "We totally sup-
port the team and the athletic depar-
tment, but the manner in which the
decision was made to rehire Stock is not
in the best interest of Eastern and its
students."'
The group of demonstrators then
marched to the administration
building, where four of the rally
organizers went inside to meet with
EMU provost and vice-president for
academic affairs Anthony Evans.
While the four student leaders voiced
their concerns to Evans, the rest of the
students waited outside in the cold,
chanting slogans such as "Sell Stock,"
and "Hell no, he must go."

EVANS THEN came out to speak to
the crowd, assuring them that "I will
relay your concerns to (EMU President
John) Porter when he returns (from a
business trip.)"
Lee and Student Senate president
David Penrose hand-delivered a letter
to Stock on Tuesday, which demanded

that the coach resign after this
weekend's game against Wester
Michigan. Stock did not see them,
however, and the two were ushered out
of his office. "We're just concerned
that our voice be heard," Penrose said
during the rally. "The morale of the
students here is at an all-time low, and
we're concerned about that."

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you find out who your friends are.

Daily Photo by BUDDY MOOREHOUSE
A GROUP OF Eastern Michigan students march toward the Administration
building to meet with EMU vice-president Anthony Evans. The students are
protesting the rehiring of football coach Mike Stock.
Lakers fire coach
after 'Magic' outburst
LOS ANGELES (AP)- Los Angeles Lakers Coach Paul Westhead, who was
blasted Wednesday night by star Earvin "Magic" Johnson, was fired yesterday by
team owner Jerry Buss.
Buss named former coach and star player Jerry West to head the offense for the
Lakers, with a co-coach, Pat Riley, handling the defense in a unique Nationa.
Basketball Association situation.
BUSS CLAIMED the outburst of the 22-year-old Johnson had nothing to do with
his decision.
"Obviously it was a difficult decision for us," said Buss. "There is no way to
criticize anybody. I was disappointed in not seeing an exciting team once again.
This started after the first or second game."
Buss, whose team won the NBA title in 1980 with Johnson the catalyst, said the
latter's outburst was unfortunate in its timing.

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everyone has an excuse. Then, finally,
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he's not very happy about it, .s
will come through. And you
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I just call hirn in the firsts

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Program
Handel: Sonata in D major
Bach: Partita No. 2
Beethoven: Sonata No. 9 ("Kreutzer")
friday November 20, at 8
flackham Auditorium
Tickets at $8.50, $7.00, $5.50

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