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PAGE EIGHT

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AT WINES FIELD:

U' Soccer Club Gets Its Kicks

Although there's been a soccer
club at the University in one form
or another for many years, ac-
cording to this year's co-captain
Bruce Gerding, this is the first
year it's been really organized.
Gerding and co-captain Wolfgang
Baer manage to get the team out
for practice three times a week
and have set up a game schedule
including games with the Univer-
sity of Toledo, Buffalo State,
Western Ontario, Kent State and
the Ukranian Soccer Club of De-
troit.
Although the University's soccer
club is made up of both graduate
students and undergraduates, us-
ually only the undergraduates
play in the games, since the teams
from the other schools are made
up of undergraduates exclusively.
A half-dozen Americans are in-
cluded in the club's membership
of around thirty, and the rest of
the team's members represent such
far-flung countries as Italy, Ger-
many, Argentina. Jamaica and
Mexico.
Gerding says that the club
hasn't been able to get varsity
status yet. but with their 3-1-1
won-lost record last year and
their undefeated season so far
this year, he hopes that perhaps
in the near future the club may
get the recognition he feels it
deserves.
Much of the credit for the or-
ganization of this year's team,
Gerdinz adds, has to go to Prof.
Rodney Grambeau of the Physi-
cal Education Dept. who ar-
ranged for the club to get uni-
forms, socc r balls, and goal nets
The club's last home game of
the season will be played Sunday
afternoon at 2 p.m. at Wines
Field.
Photoaran9-v by
THOMAS R. COP I

Injuries
By DAVE WEIR
The loss of three ends. two start-
ers an-' a reserve. has struck a
serious blow to the undefeated
Wolverine football team.
First string offensive left end
Clayt Wilhite will miss this Sat-
urday's game with North Carolina
and possibly the Big Text opener
with Michigan State due to a dis-
located shouleer su- ered in Tues-
day after noon's p e ice s ssion.
WilhWI cs bc :m n. Tom ?ul-
len, will i e n n nee oeration
Friday o# e ,:' ern cartilage.
He also :s1 h' in Tuesday's
workout. <s he attempted to
strengthen his :.nee after a pre-
season injury which had prevent-
ed him from seeing action in
Michigan's first two games.

Sideline

Three

California as he took part in 13
tackles. He has also handled all
the kickoff duties thus far this
season.
With both Wilhite and Pullen
ou of the lineup, third stringer
i =n Sipp will likely get the

nod to start in the North Caro-
lina encounter. Sipp, a sophomore
'm Akron, Ohio, is noted for his
b -king ability, but has little
r me ;xperience.
Coach Bump Elliott has not de-
cide,, on R-sema's replacement,
ia the top candidates are sopho-
more Jon Kramer from Toledo,
- nior Terry Salmi of Wake-
ti'. Kramer and Sipp start.
'zy -ll brin the total to three
s v-homo -es in the Wolverine line-
n. D, :ensive right end Tom Stin-
ic hes started both games so far.
T)'Ervmp T ikely Kicker
Rosema's kicking chores will
?-.ely be ta ,en over by junior Paul
D'Eramo. D'Eramo, who is a re-
serve c'nter and linebacker, got
into enough games last year to
earn a leti er, and has considerable
kicking experience.

Wilhite, a senior from Bay City,
had moved into the starting eleven
when Pullen first injured his knee.
The big end caught three passes
for a total of 63 yards in the first
two games-the longest, a 46-yard
reception in the Oregon State
c-ntest.
Pullen lettered last year as a
sophomore and was originally ex-
ecte 4 to be a starter this season.
The native of Ottawa, Canada,
may qualify for an extra year's
eligibility due to the injury.
The sudden attack of injuries
::Onttd up the serious lack of
repth on the Wolverine squad-
neither Sipp. Kramer, or Salmi has
much game experience. And ex-
perience becomes a vital factor
once the Big Ten action gets under
way.

Ends

Rosema Also Out
The extent of both injuries was
not known until yesterday after-
noon, when it was also learned
that first string defensive left end
Rocky Rosema will be out of uni-
form for at least two weeks due
to an attack of mononucleosis.
Rosema's loss comes after he
played, what was considered his
best game, last Saturday against
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WOLFGANG BAER, one of the co-captains of the soccer club, clears the ball away from his goal as
two University of Toledo players try to block his kick.

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It was not all joy in Troy, N.Y.,
last Saturday. when Renesselaer
won its first home opener in 17
years.
Our grid selection picture boy
for today was so confident that
the amazin' Engineers would con-
tinue their winless ways, that he
wagered all his money on another
RPI setback. Well, sports fans, you
can't win them all.
This Saturday, Renesselaer, rid-
ing high on a one-game win
streak, tackles the tough Hamil-
ton Continentals. See Sunday's
Daily for the exciting outcome of
this game. In the meantime, be
sure to turn in your grid picks in
The Daily office at 420 Maynard
St. by midnight, Friday. Who
knows, you might even win two
tickets to the Michigan Theatre,:
now showing "The Wrong Box."
1. North Carolina at MICHIGAN
(score)
2. Michigan State at Illinois
3. Missouri at UCLA
4. SMU at Purdue
5. Notre Dame at Northwestern
6. Texas at Indiana
j7. Pitt at California
8. Wisconsin at Iowa
9. Kansas at Minnesota
10. Washington at OSU
11. Alabama at Mississippi
12. Washington St. at Baylc r
13. Georgia Tech at Clemson
14. Duke at Virginia
15. Cornell at Colgate

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lOSER OF THE WEEK
Rice at Tennessee
Army at Penn State
Tulane at Stanford
LSU at Miami
Rensselaer Poly at Hamilton

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The Michigan soccer club will
face the Ukranian soccer club of
Detroit at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct.
2, on Wines Field. In its last
game, the Wolverine club de-
feated the University of Toledo,
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BOB PETERS, the club's center halfback, attempts to score on a penalty kick, as members of the
Toledo squad attempt to block his shot. Although members of the opposing squad may line up in
front of the goal on penalty shots, 'they are usu dly more of a hindrance than a help to the goalie,
who must have a clear view of the ball at all times.

LES FELDMAN, one of several
freshmen on the team, goes
for the ball.

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Here's Comfort

from the bottom up

CUSHION
CASUALS

RIGHT WING DIETER STEFANKONIS "heads" the ball to Dun- ALFONZO ALCARAZ TIPS a pass to Ted Maranco, much to the
can Munro in a neat bit of teamwork. The ball may touch any dismay of a flying Toledo opponent. The team on the field con-
part of a player's body except his arms and hands, and most play- sists of ten forwards and the goalie, with each player assigned a
ers become very adept at "using their heads." general area of the field to cover both on offense and defense.

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