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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

F'RWAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1967

RAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER S. 1967

GOOD SHEPARD
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
2145 Independence
Series of Forums
"Man in a Revolutionary World"
Sunday, Sept. 10, 8 P.M. (7:30 Coffee)
"Revolution in Family Life"
FRED GIBILISCO, Ann Arbor Family Service Social
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In Rugby, Kicks Are for Kegs LOOK Picks Wolverines
For Nation's Top Twenty
By TOM RABOINE done Tuesdays at 9:00 p.m. atI with teams of fifteen men andI putting the ball into play is by a

Rugby football, the fastest grow-
college sport in the United States,'
finally has caught on at Michigan.
A sport which is big on both the
east and west coasts has been kept
alive here by a handful of British
Commonwealth players and a few
American converts.
This year, the Michigan Rugby
Football Club has seen its rank
swell to nearly one hundred play-
ers. Most of the recruits are new
to the game, but after two weeks
of practice they appear well-drill-
ed. And well-drilled they will have
to be.
This season the MRFC has
scheduled two games on most
weekends, playing a schedule of
Big Ten schools (yes, Michigan
State is on the list) ,and Canadian
clubs. This will insure everyone
willing to play a chance to see
action. Recruiting is still being

Wines Field. substitutions are not allowed. A
Rugby football, an English regulation game isdivided into
game, was derived from soccer and two twenty-minute halves of con-
is the forerunner of present-day tinuous play.
American football. It is played The most common means of

"seum.n~" which crrespnds ~to the

RONALD PUDDUCK,
Teacher, member
education

Ann Arbor Public 'School
of staff committee on sex

"line of scrimmage" and looks Michigan will finish nineteenth;
like a huddle trying to tear itself in the country and third in the
apat. aclin isth rue, utBig Ten according to the 1967
Bi e codn ote16apart. Tackling is the rule, but "College Football Forecast" in the
without the protective equipment September 19th edition of Look
of American football.azine.
Rugby football has a tradition The national weekly, which al-
of comradeship among the players so calls Wolverine quarterback
of opposing teams, as well as Dick Vidmer "best in the Big
among teammates. This is evi- Ten," ranks Notre Dame, Texas'
denced by the practice of clapping and Michigan State 1-2-3 in its
the opponents off the field and poll.
by the keg after the game. The article predicts not only
The Name of the Game... the top 20 teams in the nation
At the keg, the contestants chat but the winner of each game the
about the. game with each other top 20 plays, and, in an interest-
and with the spectators who drop ing innovation, the participants
by for beer and the camaraderie winning in the major bowls.
associated with the sport. ' The result is a prediction that
The Michigan Rugby Football Southern California will beat'
Club plays its first game of the Michigan State during the regular
season this Saturday at 3 p.m. on season but lose to the Spartans
Wines Field. The Detroit Border- in the Rose Bowl.
ers will provide the opposition.
A second game could not be
scheduled this weekend. There-
fore a full-scale, 'intra-squad CLA
scrimmage will take place Satur-

Michigan will lose to Michigan
State and Minnesota (who they
beat 49-0 last year) in compiling
an 8-2 record. Purdue, ranked
17th, two places ahead of Michi-
gan, will have a 7-3 record los-
ing to Notre Dame, Michigan State
and Indiana, a team Michigan
is expected to defeat. In addi-
tion to the regular season loss to
Southern California, Michigan
State should lose to Notre Dame,
according to the Look rating.
Results of the other bowl con-
frontations according to Look are:
Texas beating Nebraska in the
Cotton Bowl, Alabama defeating
Georgia Tech in the Sugar Bowl,
Miami of Florida stopping Ten-
nessee in the Orange Bowl, Hous-
ton topping Arkansas in the Ga-
tor Bowl.
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THE MICHIGAN RUGGERS engage a squad from Michigan
State in a game held two weeks ago at Tiger Stadium. The Wol-
verine squad emerged from this game with an exhibition victory.
DOWNTOWN
ANN ARBOR

Lions Deal Brown
For Draft Picks
DETROIT (R') - The Detroit
Lions traded defensive tackle
Roger Brown to the Los Angeles
Rams yesterday for three high
draft choices, including the Rams'
No. 1 pick next year.
Brown, 6-foot-5, 300 pounds, a
seven-year National F o o t b a 11
League veteran, has seen little ac-
tion in the Lion's preseason games.
He underwent surgery on his left
knee in February.
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MEETINGS:
SEPTEMBER 7, 11
212 North H ill
All ROTC Cadets
Invited

Ode to a Rose Garden
Thoughts.
If Life is a magazine, and Time is a magazine, does that make
Time a bowl of cherries.
Happiness would have been Lieutenant Girard trying to hand-
cuff the one-armed man.
Silence is but the sound of those who speak with their hearts;
words but the manifestations of misunderstanding.
Just think, Benjamin Franklin must have looked at this very
star and said "Just think. William Shakespeare must have looked
at this very star."
War is merely bureaucratized murder.
Did you ever stop to think that the world may actually be
an atom-sized particle located on the point of a gigantic needle
which exists in another universe, and that any moment now some
enormous housewife is going to start sewing and smash us all
to smithereens?
Anyone who doesn't like Audrey Hepburn probably thinks
General De Gaulle is sexy.
Lieutenant Staudenmeier is a myth.
The District Attorney on Perry Mason is named Hamilton Bur-
ger. A common nickname for Hamilton is "Ham." That should make
him Ham Burger. Hot Dog.
For man to die he must live. Death can drive a hard bargain.
The Air Force probably isn't half so worried about "Unidenti-
fied Flying Objects" as about the ones that they've identified.
Pitchers who intentionally throw at hitters should be arrested
for "assault of battery."
Someone should remind Barry Goldwater, Gerald Ford, Everett
Dirksen and other self-styled demagogues that Stokely Carmichael
can not possibly be found guilty of treason, because we are not at
war. Officially.
Whatever happened to Madelyn Murray?
Happiness is reading Marshall McLuhan at, more than ten
words a minute and understanding at least one of them.
I wish I could remember who said, "I've only met one man I
didn't like - Will Rogers."
The only thing that worries most radicals more than selling out
to the Establishment is getting sold out by it first.
Does the University issue an ID card to a student if he's never
worked and doesn't have a social security number? Or is that an
entrance requirement?
I suppose it depends upon how big_ your teeth are as to
whether you should buy a regular or giant economy size tube of
toothpaste.
A stranger passed me on the street the other day and asked
"Why?"
Somewhere, perhaps, is the Answer, neatly snuggled between
the second raindrop to the left of oblivion and the third blossom
in a rose garden which I was never promised.
ATTENTION MUSICIANS:
Help the Interfraternity Council help you. Register
your band for fraternity listing. Send name of Band,
manager and telephone number to Social Chair-
man, 1510 S.A.B. or call 662-3162.

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Once upon a time there was an ugly
little bug. It could go about 27 miles on
just one gallon of gas. It could go about
40,000 miles on just one set of tires. And
it could park in tiny little crevices no big-
ger than a bug.
It was just right for taking father to the
train or the children to school. Or for
taking mother to the grocery store, drug-
store, dime store and all the enchanting
places mothers go when everyone else
is working.
The ugly little bug was just like one of
the family. But alas, it wasn't beautiful.

poor ugly little bug would be replaced.
By a big beautiful chariot, drawn by 300
horses!
Then, after a time, a curious thing hap-
pened. The ugly little bug (which was
made very sturdily) never got uglier. But
the big beautiful chariot didn't exactly
get more beautiful. In fact, in a few years
its beauty began to fade. Until, lo and
behold, the ugly little bug didn't look as
ugly as the big beautiful chariot!The moral
being: if you want to show you've gotten
somewhere, get a big beautiful chariot.
But if you simplv want to aet somewhere.

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