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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN! DAILY

Friday, November 14, 1969

Page Six THE MICHiGAN DAILY

WATER IPOLO -F( )IRNEY

GUILD HOUSE
-802 Monroe-
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14
Noon Luncheon-25c
Speaker: STEVEN BURGHARDT
of the
TENANTS UNION

VON

FINAL
NOTICE
Graduates !

M. .
ichiga
By ROD ROBERT
Matt Mann Pool will be open-
ing its doors a little early this
year to the action and excite-
ment of water sports. But it
isn't because of swimming.
Michigan will host the Mid-
west Collegiate Water Polo
Tournament today and tomor-
row, with the winner getting an
invitation to play in the NCAA
Championships at Long Beach
next weekend.
Perhaps one of the most rug-
ged of all sports, water p o 1o
combines "the finesse of bas-
ketball. the ruggedness of foot-
ball, the demanding condition-
ing of swimming and track, and
the theatrics of wrestling."
The six top teams in the Mid-
west-Indiana, Loyola, Illinois-
Chicago Circle, Ohio State,
Michigan State, and Michigan
will vie for the championship.
The Wolverines meet Illinois at
6 p.m. before tackling Loyola in
a crucial game at 9 p.m.
,oyola and Indiana, who have
split two games this year, rate
as co-favorites in the tourney.
Last year the Hoosiers sunk the

nal Day for ordering

Ramblers from Chicago 13-8 to
take the first Midwest Water
Polo Championship while Mich-
igan finished in fourth place.
Loyola will be led by an AAU
All-American while two Olym-
pic swimmers - Charlie Hick-
cox and Gary Hall - will play
for Indiana.
Michigan Swimming Coach
Gus Stager is cautious in rat-
ing of his team's chances. "I'll
be happy if we get third place.
We should be able to take Mich-
igan State and Illinois, but af-
ter that it will be tough. I know
our players would really like to
beat Ohio State, but we have
lost to them this year.-
Stager has enlisted the ser-
vices of senior John Pheney, an
AAU water polo veteran, to
coach the Michigan squad, and
he seems a bit more optimistic.
"We have a good chance to beat
Loyola this weekend. We only
lost to them by one point when
we went to Chicago last week,
and I think we scared them a
little when they saw us destroy
Drake 16-2."
Pheney's optimism is based on
the fact that the 11-10 loss was
due to a penalty shot in the last
two minutes of play. The game
was quite a change from 25-9.
and 18-9 plasterings that the
Wolverines got from the Ram-
blers earlier in the season. Nev-

vies

for

Midwest title

cap and gowns will be Nov. 21
're . rtS Kb
!HA~~ROL .RICK

711
NO,

This Weekened inSports
'T'ODAY
WA T ER POLO--Midwest Collegiate Tournament at Matt Mann Pool
Michigan vs. Illinois-Chicago Circle, 6 P.M.
Michigan vs. Loyola, 9 P.M.
TOMORROW
FOOTBALL-Iowa at Iowa City
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL-Notre Dame at South Bend
RUGBY-Notre Dame at South Bend
WATER POLO-Midwest Collegiate Tournament at Matt Mann Pool,
S mi-finals 10 A.M., finals :3 P.M.

N. University
8-6915

902 S. State
NO 8-7296

-Daily-Rod Robert
MICHIGAN'S GREG ZANN throws himself high out of the water
to block a shot against Loyola in a game earlier this season.
Wolverine chances for a tournament victory this weekend depend
upon their match at 9 tonight against the Ramblers at Matt
Mann Pool.

ertheless. water polo is a rec-
ognized varsity sport at Loyola,
and a few of.the Ramblers have
played together for as long as
seven years.
Freshman Steve McCarthy.
who is high scorer with 31 goals,
thinks the team has improved in
the course of the year simply
because of "experience." He ex-
plained, "We're in a lot better
condition now and know how to
swim for open water. Before we
used to get in each other's way
on offense in front of the op-
ponent's goal."
McCarthy credits much of the
Michigan's defensive strength to
the goalie, Jim Pidgon. "He's
really come a 1 o n g way, and
might be the best goalie of all
the team's here this weekend.''

Bob Zann and Gary Kinkead
also help to stiffen the Wolver-
ine defense, while Rory Moore
and Greg Zann have added to
scoring punch this season with
30 and 26 goals respectively.
Greg Zann based the teams
hopes on the recent perform-
ance at Loyola, stating "Al-
though we were down at half
8-2, we knew we could b e a t
them. In t h e fourth quarter.
Michigan was ahead 10-9, and
if it wasn't for a penalty shot in
the 1 a s t two minutes, we
wouldn't have lost."
The tournament starts at 2
p.m. this afternoon w it h six
matches scheduled through the
day. Semi-finals will be held to-
morrow morning and the cham-
pionship game will be at 3:00 in
the afternoon.

-_______ -~- _-__-~-~- II

The

Happening

IS

Now...

The Ed. School Student-Faculty Retreat
and
The Executive Committee
HAVE APPROVED
IN PRINCIPLE
" The demands of the Black Caucus for 20% Black Student Enroll-
ment in the School.

* The immediate formation of a STUDENT
with the functions of:

- FACULTY assembly

1. Recommending to the governing faculty the final reorganization plan for the school.
2. Incorporating the concept of mutual accountability of students and professors in both
classrooms and programs within the school.
3. Studying the potential of a Student-Faculty Assembly in the final reorganization plan.

-Daity-Rod Robert
FRESHMAN STEVE McCARTHY outstretches an opponent as he looks to pass to the open man.
The lanky Wolverine leads the team offense as he has scored 31 goals in fourteen games this sea-
son. Coach John Pheney calls McCarthy, "cool under pressure," and adds, "no matter where he is,
he knows where to put the ball."
r_4

* The immediate appointment of an

interim Associate Dean

in

charge of

research.

* The development of experimental multiple option teacher ed-
ucation programs. Such programs to be developed by both stu-
dents and faculty in the school.

Come

to

the

Special

Day

of

Class-Workshops

on

TUES., NOV.

18

Volkswagen
announces
the used
new car.
New Volkswagens used by our
own personnel as demonstrators.
Low mileage. By-the-book service care.
Includes guarantee. Several
models to choose from. Hurry.
AUTHORIZE*

Below are listed professors' names and the classrooms in which they will be holding
workshops. Pick 1 or 2 of your professors or a time slot when you are free.

9:00
4200
MORHAB
WEBER
0. NELSON
4009
J. McADOO
CONREY
LEHSTN
4001
MEDLIN
J BROWN
AGARD
1430
LIPP ITT
SCHOLL
BERGMAN
2431
M. McADOO
HUTCHOCROFT
S. ALLAN

2436
HALLAHAN
EIBLER
10:00
4200
SPINZOLA
WEBER
I. ANDERSON
4009
J. McADOO
CONREY
HUGHES
WEISS
4001
MEDLIN
J. BROWN
HELMS
AGARD
1430
CTA 'V /C

2432
BYRN
SCOBIE
GRAMBEAU
2435
PRICE
JUDSON
2436
HALLAHAN
EIBLER
11:00
4200
MORHAB
McCLUSKEY
4009
HUGHES
WEISS
EGGERTSEN
4001
J. BROWN
HELMS
7d21

12:00
4200
0 NELSON
FAVREAN
4009
WEISS
4001
GREDE
2431
A. GLENN
2432
SITKO
COOPER
2435
JUDSON
1:00
4200
MASSI ALAS
COXFORD
ann

2431
E. MOORE
SCHNERTFEGER
WALTER
2432
SCOBIC
I NWOOD
WALKER
2435
C JOHNSON
DUNNING
JACOBSON
KEEN
2:00
4200
MASS I ALAS
COXFORD
P. FOSS
. ANDERSON
4009

1430
HUTCHCROFT
JENSON
HODGES
2431
SCHWERTFEGER
WALTER
2432
WALKER
PEARL
2435
C. JOHNSON
BIDWELL
DUNNING
2436
BERG
KEEN
7:00
4009
WILLIAMS

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