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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 22, 1968

Page Ten THE MICHiGAN DAILY Sunday, September 22, 1968

Ruggers rip Windsor;
lose two in Toronto

Booters kill Toledo 3-0;
Ste fankovic nets winner

By DIANA ROMANCHUK
While .the Wolverine gridders
savored their 21-7 loss to Califor-
nia yesterday, the Rugby squad
was tearing apart the kickers from
Windsor on the hastily-made-
ready Wines Field.
Four converted and four un-
converted tries'swept Michigan to
an easy 32-0 washout in their first
Southwest Ontario Rugby Union
(SWORU) encounter of the sea-
son.
Windsor, however, was a sub-
stitute opponent and brought a
makeshift team. They came at
Michigan's request when London,
the scheduled opponent, cancelled
out, forfeiting the game by league
rules.
This contest was the first actual
competition for several of the
Michigan players. One possible
try, for example, was discounted
when Max Gail, new to the game,
ran out of the endzone (like Am-
erican football) rather than
downing the ball.
Tony Webster, another of those
who has been playing just two
weeks, was the only man to tally

twice in the game, which stood 23-
0 at halftime.
Bob Siegal and captain Andrew
MacDonald topped their scores
with conversion kicks, while Tom
Fagen accounted for the other
two.

Special to The Daily
TOLEDO - The Michigan Soc-I
cer Club, aided by rookie goalie
and sterling defensive play, white-
washed the Toledo club 3-0 in
their first regular-season game,

Leo Klubesheidt, as Michigan
dominated the entire game.
The kickers return to action at
home next weekend with a pair
of contests at Wines Field,
Cleveland State comes to Ann

Tallies were even made from
the scrum position. Paul Howard
pushed across on a run late in the
first half, and John Weeks edged#
his way over in the second.
Bob Siegal and JimCruickshank
rounded out the Michigan scoring.
Cruickshane began the second
half by kicking a pass into the
endzone and downing it himself.
Meanwhile, the two other club
teams weren't having such good
luck at the University of Toronto.
The first team went down 16-
3 and the second was blanked 18-
0, as Toronto's varsity teams part-
icularly dominated the lineouts
and possession of the ball.
Fullback Collin Warbric a c -
counted for the only Michigan
tally away from home.
Next weekend the ruggers have
two away games, one Saturday
against John Carrol, the other on
Sunday in Sarnia.
Pittsburgh comes to Ann Ar-
bor the following Saturday.
e Standings
NATIONAL LEAGUE

yesterday. - Arbor for a Saturday clash. sched-
Charlie Patamapongs, playing uled to start at 2 p.m. on the re-
in the nets for the first time af- cently-renovated Wines turf.
te spending last season as a for- On Sunday it will be Waterloo'
ward, put in a fine performance facing the Michigan club, that
as a goalie, while freshman Mark game also slated to open at 2.
King's first-period score was all There is no admission charge for
the team needed for the win. the soccer contests.

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Michigan got insurance goals
from Deiter Stefankovic and Ted
Cohen to ice the victory.
Stefankovic scored in the third
frame with an assist from co-
captain Les Feldman, with Co-
han's tally coming on a break-
away early in the fourth quarter.
Also assisting in the fine de-
fensive effort were co-captain
Wiley Livingston, Al Reuther, and!

Booters Schedule
Sept. 28-Michigan-Cleveland
State (home)
Sept. 29-Michigan-Waterloo
(home)
Oct. 12-Michigan-Toledo
(home)
Oct. 19-Michigan-No. Illinois
Nov. 2-Michigan-Central Iowa
Nov. 16-Michigan-Kentucky

-Dryfess

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Boston at New York
California at Cleveland_
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Chicago at Oakland, night.
Minnesota at California, night
Boston at Washington, night
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