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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 19+65'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PA(~ ~vu~r

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SOCCER, RUGBY:
Teams Seek Recognition

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j ByBILLFARRER
Despite highly respectable past
performances, the Rugby and
Soccer Clubs have yet to receive
an equitable share of public. at-
tention.
Both sports enjoy immense
popularity in countries of the
British Commonwealth; every
European country, including Rus-
sia, has a national soccer team.
In America, however, organized
competition still is in its infant
stage.
Michigan's Soccer Club com-
piled a 3-won, 4-lost record last
year, playing against varsity
squads of other schools. Included
in their schedule was Indiana's
Pro Football
Standings
NFL
EASTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. PF<PA
Dallas 1 0 1.000 31 2
Cleyeland 1 0 0 1.000 17 7
Philadelphia 1 0 0 1.000 3427
St. Louis '0 1 0+' .000 27 34
Washington 0 1 0 .000 7 17
New York 0 1 0 .000 2 31.
Pittsburgh 0 1 0 .000 9 41
WESTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. PF PA,
Detroit 1 0 0 1.000 20 0
Green Bay 1.0 0' 1.000 411 9
San Francisco 1 0 0 1.000 52 24
Baltimiore 1 0 0 1.000 35 16
Minnesota 0 1 0 .000 16 35
Los Angeles 0 1 0 ,.000 0 20
Chicago 0 1 0 .000 24 52
4 SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 20, Los Angeles 0
Cleveland 17, Washington 7
Green Bay 41, Pittsburgh 9
Philadelphia 34, St. Louis 27
Baltimore 35, Minnesota 16
San Francisco 52, Chicago 24
Dallas 31, New York 2
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Minnesota
Chicago at Los Angeles
Baltimore vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee
New York at Philadelphia
Pittsburgh at San Francisco'
St. Louis at Cleveland
Washington at Dallas
AFL
EASTERN DIVISION
W, L' T Pct. PFPA
W Buffalo 2 0 .0 1.000 Y54 22
!t Houston 2 0. 0 1.0,00 59 31
Boston: 0 2 0 .00 17 55
New York 0 2 0 .000 31 41,
WESTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. PF PA
San Diego 2 0 0 1.000 51 37
Oakland 1 1 0 .500 43 27
Kansas City 1 1 0 .500, 24 47
Denver 0 2', 0 .000 46 64
'o SUNDAY'S RESULTS;
Houston 31, Boston .10
Buffalo 30, Denver 15
San Diego 17, Oakland 6
NEXT FRIDAY'S GAME
Denver at Boston
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Kansas City at San Diego
Houston at Oakland
New York at Buffalo I

varsity, which ranked high in
the NCAA poll. Five other Big
Ten schools have varsity teams,
including arch-rival Michigan
State, which last year earned
second place in the NCAA rank-
ings.
Seek Recognition
The Soccer Club members feel
they have enough talent to com-
pete successfully against Big Ten
and other schools if the University
would give them varsity recogni-
tion. Recognition, members main-
tain, would enable them to attract
more of the talent already present
on campus and also would give
them the status they need to se-
cure more opponents and a longer
schedule.
Membership
The Soccer Club has both an
"A" and "B" team. Anyone in-
terested in playing should attend
either the practice session Tues-

day at 7:30 p.m. or the one at
2:00 Sunday. Those unable to
make it should call Bob Peters
at 665-9218. Games are played at
Wines Field on Saturdays at 4:30
p.m.
The Rugby Club, which has no
varsity recognition either, seems
to be faring better than the Soc-
cer Club. Rugby doesn't consti-
tute a varsity sport at many mid-
western or western schools. The
Michigan Rugby Club, however,
does belong to an amateur Rugby
league. It participates in a twenty
game "schedule in the Southwest-
ern Ontario Rugby Union.
Captain Doug Lambarth says
that there still is time to join
either division. Those persons in-
terested should attend practice
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Wines
Field or else contact Doug at
662-3354.

ITHE GENERAL sfQR]
You've Got To Be
A Football Hero ... Period
(EDITOR'S NOTE: It is part of the very nature of Juniors to
be brash outspoken, and impatient, To capitalize on the first two
qualities and placate the third, The Daily is instituting a Junior
Column. Chuck Vetzner is leadoff man.-LG.)
I'm not one of those guys who wishes he were Frankie Avalon so
he could make time with Annette.
It would be nice to have an honorary degree from Michigan in-
stead of working for it, but I'm still too chicken to dream of being
an astronaut.
I have never even been jealous of Ringo or the Rolling Stones. (I
have dandruff, and I hate hearing children scream.)
Nevertheless, I am not the perfect picture of a happy, contented
collegian going to classes and working on a newspaper.
I want to be an athlete.
Yes, I would gladly trade my Olympia typewriter, football
press pass, spiral notebooks, and even my subscription to Sports
Illustrated if I could become a jock.
Perhaps this might seem nonsensical. Big deal if I wore tee
shirts which smugly announced on the front I was a size 48. There
is nothing wrong with my Fruit-of-the-Loom 40's. And why should I
want those scratchy unfashionable white socks with a faded M
scrawled on them when I have perfectly lovely red and blue argyles.
Besides, I can buy a blue V-neck sweater in any store, and who needs
those gaudy varsity letters anyway.
So why do I want to be an All-American or even a fourth string
bench warmer. Well I'm not a glory hound or a status seeker, but it
would be nice if I didn't have to say, "'V'-as-in-victory" everytime I
tell someone my name. Nobody has much trouble with Carl Cmejrek.
And why. Just because he won the Big Ten batting title and signed
with the Baltimore Orioles.
The Key to Success
Let's face it. Being an athlete is the only way to earn BMOC
ratings unless you're Willing to get arrested for sleeping in the
administration building while holding an obscene sign.
When I introduce myself to someone, he never looks at me with
sudden admiration or ask if I'm really me. The only person ever to
ask for my autograph was doing research in graphology.
Only once did a newspaper photographer take my picture. He
was a Daily trainee doing a series on people eating ice cream. I
didn't mind, but posing with a raspberry Humorette is not the quickest
road to fame.
Of course, the athlete has the real advantage when it comes
to women. Give me five dabs of Bryleream, a bottle of English
Leather, and the smoothest shave in town, and I still couldn't
match some grubby, spike-trampled football player.
I'm a compassionate person, but I have no sympathy with Paul
Hornung's complaints of finding girls in his room after a game. The
only thing I ever find is dirty dishes which my roommates haven't
cleaned up.
Writing Doesn't Help
Some misguided souls might think being a sportswriter is almost
as good as playing the sport. How wrong they are. I'm entrusted
with the duty of praising the very creatures my jealousy makes me
despise. It's sort of like applauding the techniques of your buddy
while he steals your girl.
You might think that with a column I at least have some
fame. No friends; you're still off the mark. Sure, I have this new
column intended for juniors. But you notice I don't get a picture
and my name is way down at the bottom in regular size print.
Even worse, I have to share this space with three other writers.
Carl Ward and,Jim Detwiler are juniors too. But they get their
own number, their picture in the program, and they don't have to
share halfback with anyone at all.
The Daily sports staff has been called a haven for frustrated
athletes. Perhaps it is, but I'm willing to bet we're not the only ones
who would like to trade jobs with a Big Ten champion.
Even the upper echelons of the administration might be a trifle
ruffled if they were aware that Cazzie Russell is better known than
Harlan Hatcher.
-CHUCK VETZNER.

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AMID FLAILING ARMS AND LEGS a Michigan rugger carries
the ball directly through the defensive bulwark. Action in this
unheralded contact sport rivals that of football, but fan support
for rugby continues to lag both at Michigan and around the
Midwest. Michigan's rugby team plays a,20 game schedule.
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' Though some political science
majors might contend that the
Warhawks are the wrong color
water (Whitewater, not Gold), the
argument,is totally irrelevant. At
any rate, they invade the home
grounds (or home tree) of the
River Falls Falcons this Saturday.
The Warhawks are seeking re-
venge for' the 13-7 defeat inflicted
upon them by Coach Gwynn
Christensen's Falcons last year.

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ajor League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
Minnesota 96 57 .627 -
Baltimore 85 64 .570 9
Chicago 87 66 .569 9
Detroit 84 68 .550 11/
Cleveland 79 71 .527 15'/
New York 75 78 .490 21
x-California 70 81 .464 25
Washington 66 85 .437 29
x-Bostont 60 92 .395'35%
Kansas City 55 95 .367 39%
+x--Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Baltimore 6, Minnesota 4 (10 inn)
New York 9, Cleveland 4
Detroit 6, Chicago 2
Washington 4, Kansas City 3
Boston at California (inc)
TODAY'S _GAMES.
Baltimore at Minnesota
Cleveland at New York (t-n)
ChIcago at Detroit (n)
Washington at Kansas City (n)
Boston at California (2, t-n)

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W I. Pet, GB
ancisco 90 61 .596 -
geles 87 64 .576 3
at 86 66 .566 41/
xgh .84 70 .545 7%/
kee 81 70 .536 9
lphia 77 73 .51312Y/
is 74 76 .493 151/
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rk 48 105 .314 43

Entry blanks for this and 19
other picks may be obtained at
The Daily, 420 Maynard St. The
completion deadline is midnight
Friday. Two tickets are 4warded
for the contest winner. Rumor has
it that the person who finishes
dead last may be sent to next
season's Falcon-Warhawk con,
contest.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. California at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2. Michigan State at Penn State
3. USC at Wisconsin"
4. Texas Tech at Texas
5. Notre Dame at Purdue
6. North Carolina at Ohio State
7. Northwestern at Indiana
8. Nebraska at Air Force
9.Washington St. at Minnesota
10. Iowa vs. Oregon St. at
Portland
11. SMU at Illinois
12. Rice at LSU
13. Vanderbilt at Georgia
14. Holy Cross at Harvard
15. Washington at Baylor
16. Tulsa at Arkansas
17. West. Mich. at Central Mich.
18. Mississippi at Kentucky
19. Navy at Stanford
20. Whitewater St. at River Falls

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 7, Philadelphia 5,
Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 4
Los Angeles 3, Houston 0
Pittsburgh 6, New York 5
TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at Chicago
New York at Pittsburgh (n)
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (n)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (n)
Houston at St. Louis (n)

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