Page 168-Friday, September 8, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Irish eyes happy, Sooners swoon
By WILL GRIMSLEY
AP Special Correspondent
Notre Dame knows' how Muhammad
Ali felt back in 1967-today the champ,
tomorrow just another chump, the title
taken away before an angry punch can
be thrown in defense.
Voted No. 1 in national college foot-
ball rankings after some wild
upheavals in the bowl games, the
Fighting Irish woke up a few months
later to learn they had been dropped to
No. 5 by the pollsters.:
On top-Alabama, which felt it should
have been there in the first place.
So Dandy Dan Devine and his talen-
ted South Benders set out this week to
redress some grievances-with spirit
Meanwhile, the country gets an early
feel of strength in the Pacific 10,
spawner of the Rose Bowl, with UCLA-
Washington in the headliner hut Stan-
ford picked to pull the upset of the
Last week: 7-3 for .700. This week's
version of Russian roulette:
Notre Dame 30, Missouri 14: They
say the Irish have a fullback named
Heavens, who can't wait. Missouri is
known as the "Show Me" state. Okay,
Dandy Dan, show 'em.
UCLA 23, Washington 17: The
Huskies are Rose Bowl champions on
an impetus kick, but UCLA is deter-
mined to halt the pendulum of league
supremacy swinging to the north.
UCLA has a back named Bashore,
which is not a real estate development.
He just covers a lot of it.
Nebraska 28, California 20: A tentative
vote here. The Cornhuskers may not
have recovered from their Alabama
bruises-physical and pride.
Stanford 28, Oklahoma 22:' Sooner
coaching problems spill onto the field.
Penn State 32, Rutgers 7: Ex-Army
Coach Red Blaik, a legend, regards
Penn State's Joe Paterno as the
classiest of the current college
Georgia Tech 20, Duke 17: Tech's
Pepper Rodgers has decided to start
shooting from the hip with the "I" for-
THE ACTION GETS HOT and heavy in baseball as the four divisions shape up into reasonably exciting pennant races. Fi
all the latest results, see the sports in section A.
REC FACILITIES FULL OF GOOD SPORTS:
'By HENRY ENGELHARDT
Now that classes have started, you
might feel like a wreck. And that's
why the 'wreckreation' buildings are
There are three buildings open now: 7 a.m.-10p
Central Campus Recreation Building and Sund
(CCRB), Intramural Sports Building hours and
(IMSB) and the North Campus When th
Recreation Building (NCRB). A fourth will be M-
building, the Sports Coliseum, opens 3 p.m.-10p
Monday, September 18. the phone n
THE CCRB, located near the 'Hill The recr
dorms on Washtenaw, is open Mon- plies "Hot
day through Friday 7:45 a.m.-10 p.m., informati
Saturday 8 a.m.-10 p.m. and Sunday lockers a.
noon-10 p.m. For swimming pool hours Court rese
and further information call 763-3084. is 764-6429
The IMSB, on Hoover near State, is All intra
open Monday through Friday, 7:45 due Monda
a.m.-10 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. are due Tu
and Sunday 3 p.m.-10 p.m. For IM pool There ai
hours and additional info call 763-1313. next week,
The 'NCRB, on Hubbard Rd. behind p.m. for i
Bursley Hall, hours are Monday-Friday graduatec
p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
ay 2 p.m.-10 p.m. For pool
information call 763-4560.
he Coliseum opens its hours
F 11 a.m.-10 p.m. and Sunday
p.m. The Coliseum is dry but
number is 763-5195.
reation department also sup-
line" numbers. For recorded
on concerning user passes,
rd sales call 764-8247. The
ervation information number
and the Intramural game in-
number is 763-4241.
amural softball entries are
ay the 11th. All soccer entries
esday the 12th.
re three manager's meetings
all in the IMSB. Monday at 7
residence halls, women and
divisions. At 8:30 p.m. the
meetings are for co-rec and fraternity
divisions. Tuesday at 7 p.m. there is a
meeting for the independent division.
For additional information, call the
The recreation department also
recognizes 35 sports clubs ranging from
folk dancing to tae kwon do. For infor-
mation on joining a club or starting a
new club, call 763-4560.
3-Penn St. (5)
5-Notre Dame (9)
9-Southern Cal (2)
16-Texas A&M (1)
"I've got Pabst Blue Ribbon on my mind."
Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
beticaly: Arizona State, Ball State,
Baylor, Brigham Young, California,
Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Georgia
Tech, Houston, Kansas, Maryland,
Miami of Ohio, Michigan State, Mis-
sissippi, Mississippi State, Missouri,
North Carolina State, North Texas
State, Purdue, San Diego State, Stan-
ford, Syracuse, Tennessee, Washing-
1-Alabama (18) 11-1
2-Oklahoma (4) 10-2
3-Penn State (3) . 11-1
4-Notre Dame (6) 11-1
5-Arkansas (3) 11-1
7-Southern Cal (1) 8-4
8-Ohio State (1) 9-3
15-Texas A&M 8-4
16-Florida State 10-2
18-North Carolina 8-3
19-Iowa State 8-4
Note: By agreement with the.
can Football Coaches Association,
teams on probation by the NCAA are
ineligible for top 20 and national cham-
pionship consideration by the UPI
Board of Coaches. Those teams curren-
tly onprobation for 1978 are: Michigan
State, Houston, Oklahoma State and
Per a IMPORTS