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Page 4-Sunday, December 10, 1978-The Michigan Daily

The Michigan Daily-Sunday, De

WHAT TO DO IN SMOG CITY
LA:Melting pot of happenings

Michigan's 11 game stats (10-1-0)

USC's 11 game stat

TEAM TOTALS

By BRIAN MILLER
In some ways a trip to California is like studying
for final exams. It's not so much figuring out what
there is to do as it is figuring out where to start.
Furthermore, some of your time would be better
spent in one area as opposed to another. But we aren't
here to play mother. So we will just tell you what
must be done (in California that is).
The most famous tourist spot has to be Disneyland.
Located in Anaheim, south of Los Angeles, this giant
amusement park is still a popular spot for people of
all ages. The park isopen from 10-6 Wednesday thru
Friday and from 9-7 on Saturday and Sunday. It is
closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
North of Anaheim and bordering Los Angeles is
Hollywood. Movie stars abound here and so do movie
tours. Universal Studios offer particularly
interesting tours of their lots which include such
sidelights as a stunt show or magic act.
TELEVISION STUDIOS also seem to be quite
popular with visitors and all major television
networks have tours planned daily. If you want to see
a show live,-that's fine, but there are a few things that
you might like to know.
Say, for example, you'd like to see the Tonight
Show starring Johnny Carson. NBC Studios say
tickets are available on the day of taping only, which
is generally the case with all three TV networks.
These tickets, which are free, can be picked up at
NBC's studio beginning at 8:30 weekday mornings.
The ticket situation varies from day to day. On some
days people line up around 7:30 to get tickets while on
other days the stock lasts until mid morning. To be on
the safe side one should arrive by 8:30. Once you have
tickets you must arrive at 5:30 that evening to gain
entrance to the studio. Since they give out more
tickets than there are seats (to insure a full house)
some people with tickets don't get in. For the best
chance of seeing the show plan to arrive around 3:00.

Enough of these indoor events. The Pacific Ocean
is no more than a 15-20 minute drive at the most. It's
unusual that the weather will be warm enough to
permit sunbathing on the beaches, but a trip to the
shore is worth it.
BOAT LOVESf will drool over the yachts moored
in such places as Marina Del Ray. Also, the
steamship Queen Mary is anchored in this area. Once
the class of the sea, the Queen is now a floating
museum. Tours are conducted daily but you'll have to
call ahead to find out when. Times vary day to day.
If the college itch bites a bit early there's always
USC and UCLA to visit. In fact, if you plan on
attending the Rose Bowl game the tickets for
Michigan students will be distributed at USC, on the
corner of Santa Barbara and Figueroa.
Other Los Angeles sights of interest are Farmer's
Market, Mann's (formerly Grauman's) Chinese
Theatre, the Avenue of the Stars and the city's fine
Art Museum.
FOR THE not-so-entralled-with-culture crowd, the
Los Angeles area does have its share of sporting_
events. The Kings (hockey) and the Lakers
(basketball) will be in action at the Fabulous Forum.
The Lakers play the New Orleans Jazz on
December 26 and the Portland Trailblazers on the
29th. The Kings take on the Vancouver Canucks on
the following day, and continue play when the
Colorado Rockies come to town on New Year's night.
The number for more Forum information is 674-
6000 and tickets are available at many locations.
around the city. Unfortuntely, neither UCLA nor USC
are scheduled for home basketball games until
Janury 5th.
NOT EVERYONE lives and breathes sports
exclusively-some people live and breathe sports,
food, and drink. And Los Angeles is one of the best
places in the nation for good restaurants.
Los Angeles eateries range from the super swank

to the supersavers. For the adventerous, go to the
corner of Wilshire and LaCienaga and head north,
where you will see the famous "Restaurant Row."
That strip is amazing-like four Washtenaw Avenues
combined, but the establishments are nothing but the
best-top quality all the way.
Other places like the restaurants in the
Bonaventure, Hyatt Regency and the Biltmore Hotels
require suit and tie type of dress, a reservation and a
prominent spot in the social register. Less expensive
places include a multitude of spots like the popular
Hamburger Hamlet chain, a psuedo-Big Boy with
loads more class and a more complete menu.
If you don't care for any of these suggestions, you
don't have to sit around your hotel room. Las Vegas is
a few hours to the east and it is open seven days a
week, 24 hours a day. San Diego and Mexico are a
mere 100 miles to the south and San Francisco is just
a short 500 miles north.
ANYONE INTERESTED in seeing the sights had
better make some sgrt of transportation
arrangements before they leave. The metropolitan
Los Angeles area is huge and points of interest are far
apart. Renting a car is a good idea but not absolutely
necessary as Los Angeles has a good bus system that
covers virtually every inch of the city. You can call
626-4455 when you're out there for schedules and
other information.
There is just so much to do in Los Angeles, it would
be impossible to list everything in one article. I
haven't even mentioned Marineland, the Hollywood
Bowl, the rowdiness of the Comedy Store, Knott's
Berry Farm, the Movieland Wax Museum or the
spectacular serenity of a Mulholland Boulevard
drive.
But I do have one final suggestion for you: go out
and do some exploring on your own. There are
hundreds of well known sights just waiting for you to
"discover" them.

TOTAL FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS
TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS
Rushing attempts
Rushing yards
Passing (att/com)
Passing yards
AVERAGE YARDS PER GAME
Average per rush
Average per pass
AVERAGE-YARDS PER PLAY
Average per rush
Average per pass
TOTAL NUMBER OF PUNTS
Total yards
Average per punt
TOTAL KICK RET/YARDS
Punt ret/yards
KO ret/yards

Mich.
249
184
55
10
850
4413
694
3152
156/76
1261
401.2
286.5
114.6
5.2
4.5
8.1
47
1844
39.2
53/581
33/201
20/380
12/106

Opp.
144
79
56
9
665
2372
426
1240
239/114
1132
215.6
112.7
102.9
3.6
2.9
4.7
76
2821
37.1
60/746
21/102
39/644
4/21

FUMBLES/LOST
PENALTIES/YARDS
SCORE BY QUARTERS
1 2

Michigan 76 97 90 99
Opponents 20 48 7 13
INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE
RUSHING Att. Yards Avg.
Huckleby 135 713 5.3
R. Davis 145 655 4.5
Leach 133 589 4.4
R. Smith 88 388 4.4
Woolfolk 77 371 4.8
Reid 50 209 4.2
Dickey 33 154 4.7
Clayton 12 50 4.2
T. Leoni 6 26 4.3
Page 1 4 4.0
Mitchell 1 2 2.0
T. Jackson 3 -9 -3.0
See MICHIGAN'S, Page 23

3

23/11 24/13
40/401 37/371'

4

Total
388
88
Long
26
27
45
17
49
21
40
27
20 .
4
2

TEAM TOTALS
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
TOTAL OFFENSIVE
PLAYS~
Rushing attempts
Rushing yards
Passing (att/comp)
Passing yards
AVERAGE YARDS
PER GAME
Average per rush
Average per pass
TOTAL NO. OF PUNTS
Total yards
Average per punt
TOTAL KICK Returns/Yds.
Puntret/yards
KO ret/yards

USC
246
151
79
16
837
637
3142
200/115
1692
407
253.
154
59
2404
40.7
58/700
31/199
27/501

OPP-
158
62
81
15
626
433
1362
293/152
2092
283
93
190
77
3083
40.0
74/861
25/132
49/729

INTERCEP'
FUMBLES/L
PENALTIES
SCORE BY Q
USC
Opponents
INDIVIDUA
RUSHING
White
Cain
Ford
Allen
Butler
Di Lulo
Williams
MacKenzie
R.Johnson
Ransom
Preston

49/729

BOWL TICKET
NN LUCITE PEN SET
What are you going to do with today's
bowl game ticket? Are you going to
throw it away or take it home and drop it
in a dresser drawer never to be seen
again. WHY NOT PRESERVE IT? Have
that ticket embedded in a crystal clear
Lucite pen set or paperweight and
proudly display it as a remembrance of
this great event. Along with your ticket,
we will embed the names of the schools
and final scores. So show your true
colors and SAVE YOUR TICKET.
If you don't have a ticket, you can still
,obtain a memory by ordering a Lucite
key chain showing the bowl game, par-
ticipating schools and final scores.
We will also work with groups and organ-
izations on promotional or fund raising
projects.
I am interested' Please send me

WOLVERINES:,
YOU.
ROSE
to the occasion against Woody
now
BOWL
over those Trojans Jan.1st
GO BLUE!

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