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Saturday, September 20, 1 969

TH ICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

By}(CHRIS TERAS
Gazg fights.
Police intelligenrce units ar:Ound -'
the country predict a long hot fl
with a' serious outbreak ofga1
wars. Sources say the trouble vi ll
not be confined to the nation 's
xetropohitia .area.s. No city issae
The violenice is expected to)be
gin this w eFieed and cont inue
through the first light Sp rnowsubrak.wr
ported last week.
WHAT ARE THE cops plainoi'
to do to maintain order? Rumor
has it they may do nothing more
than stand around blowing whis-
tles and waving arms.
But one of the more amazing
things about the whole situation
is that guns, kiveGs, tire iron.s.
and similar instruments of de-
struction may not appecar ay
where. In fact whilepuhxi
shoving, elbowing, and a lot of
yelling and screaming are inevi-

AtISSOLURYS RON McB R1;4IDE is only one, of sevreral powerful
ru~nners Coach Dan Devine can call upon to carry the ball. Com-
bined with an effective aerial attack spearheaded by quarterback
Terry McMillan, last years G ator Bowl champs should again snake
a run at the Big Eight title.

DAVIS (;UPI LAT:
A she, Sm'ith win mtatches;
U.S. leads Romanita, 2-0

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ss tio
evtybit as fierce'thoug2hts of a good time against
Cd the-U 3. Air Force Arion.This rumble will see txwo
rte av, btf the viy matched sides, but it is a
bgfor ms any- sure bet that Wyoming has not
tired of the reptation it ha<s en-
;lte et((l joved in the plast couple years.
EBAR.tee THE PACIFIC COAST will 'I 'l )llC''' 'P
andSouher Cll, esstwo gangs aching to show"
how. tough they canl be, and the
love 'ockrbbed e- oposition is punchiless. Stanford:.
4.'h'ask ha nevr wih has been gaining promi-
o~~~ ~~ becodaltoay-nec lately, has lured San Jo-,'
c Troan cael ity State to Palo Alto, while UCLA
ies :.vo without can Pohardly wait to start rippiiig
_N> ilv Pitt apart. The Panthers seem a1l-
nIthe Arkansas, most ma,sochistic as they contin ue
.iI rs to challenge to chaillenge only the country'
m o solremaey in tou>f 1l) ,and menet.ri
I. abln over to The Pitt boys claim they will hit
no Satebr litleharder this year, but it will be no-
(5. Sutlprise if the Los Angeles police
1111 eterainng nyare called out to prevent a killing.

1

Arthur Ashe and Stan Smith
smothered fighting bids by a pair
of darkhorse Romanians yesterday
and sent the United States into a
2-0 lead in the Davis Cup Chal-
lenge round.
There were some shaky nmorn-
eits for the favored Yanks.
Smith, the 32 year old national
champion froni Pasadena, Cali-
fornia, was down two sets to one
before he pulled( hinmself tosaclher
behind a rockt.( se rvice fox' a 6-8,
6-3, 5-7(, 6-4, 6-4, victory ovex'
veteran Lou Tiriac.
Earlier, Ashe had to batik' fr oxx
behind twice in the second stto
D)AILY (OFI CIAL
It-loom 3i_3 8 .5.1. i3Idq., bef ore
:? p.m. u f thei di xrrceding ptubli -
cal lun and iby ip..Fridax fr1
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Nut ices matiy 1be' piiished a m ixi-
omwl l it tut I I(i 'S on rettle', I)ax'
Ca:lenritim itms tplr'r:u nce only.
Stud t !urgafli't.li to untice's a ire
oot wittiace ted fr tpublition.i 'ot'
mnure infoi mat llv. poe 7-+-9170.
(Gen eral Notic
1;uirsley Cuuim it ;u,,; card' 1 ' n
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Make-up filial ex.n:u in>foi-0
FIX Ub gve i oiFilS 1elie
room 11020and Dtpartment,1051 011
Witen pofnutinfrm Ftci ity:n'
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'ORGc .AN ~tr .rIZ An:O
U of ., l Libnerti n an- 0 t I I
Sept. 22, 7:00 pmn 113Z :of l '1110
Pol icy Meetiing: de'cisilomi, oi '1'' _-...
L1inanid act11io0fortielear.t
Lecture by Jules C(ern I8 p.i o
naty, Sept. 22. ULl nfo I ~ 'ro

wxhip Ilie Nast ase, a 23-year-old
lieutenant fi'omn Bucharest, 6-2,
15-13, 7-5.
NatseSservice let hinm down.
He serv('d 12 double-faults, most
of the ni costinig him his service
when he could ill afford to lose
it.
Ashe' paydbi'illiantl1y, is se'r-
vice.1110ost times xvas so explosivet
that he hand is opponient diving to
In thi t'hi rd gamxe vothesecond
set,, Nataose broke Ashe at love-
tihl fix'st break of the American's
se'rvice--with three beautifully
1 'i si lvtill'he 'Christlin Sielnce
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lixne.
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to take the set, bit each I :,t
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in the cltchi.
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twveen Smith and Tiriac came to
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finlly achieved the decisive break.
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