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Blue booters open
with 12-0 ampage
By ERIC OLSON
If last nights game is any indication of the Michigan Soccer Clubs'
strength, then they may rival the football team as the fall's most successful
sport.
The Blue booters scored.an impressive twelve goals in a shutout romp
over Faithway Baptist College.
Leading the goal onslaught was forward Walt Bianchi who had five, in-
cluding four in a row in the first half.
The contest was scoreless until the 19 minute mark when forward Dave
Ritchie broke in on goal and scored on a through pass from Ihor Fedorowycz.
Then Bianchi went on his scoring spree as he tallied four goals in just
under 11 minutes. Two of his goals were unassisted. John Schaefer drew the
assist on his first goal and Bob Zack on the second.
Richie and Fedorowycz each added to the Michigan attack with two
goals apiece. Fedorowycz also assisted on three goals.
Goalies Richard Mathews, Dave Peress, and Jeff Boudin shared duties
in the shutout victory. The defense of Ian Cath, Tom Cohen, and Zack per-
mitted just three Faithway shots on goal.
For the game Michigan had 23 shots on goal and six corner kicks.
The club's next match is Thursday (7:30) at Ferry Field aganist the
Graduate Club.

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Full speed ahead
THERE'S PLENTY of open space awaiting Wolverine reserve quarterback B.
J. Dickey (10) as guard John Arbeznik (64) opens up a hole in the Illinois defense
that permitted the sophomore to ramble 35 yards. The long gainer set up
!Michigan's final touchdown in Saturday's 31-0 romp over the Illini.

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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-Reggie ; Jackson,
and ; Lou Piniella slugged consecutive
ome runs and Mickey Rivers' infield
dingle snapped an eighth inning tie as
the New York Yankees topped the
Milwaukee Brewers 4-3 last night.
Cecil Cooper's second home run of the
game had tied the score 3-3 in the top of
the eighth against Ed Figueroa, 18-9.
In the bottom of the inning, the
Yankees loaded the bases on a hit bat-
man and a pair of walks, the second to
pinch hitter Cliff Johnson, who fouled
off seven pitches before getting the

base on balls from loser Bill Travers,
10-11.
WITH THE infield in, Rivers drove a
ball off shortstop Robin Yount's glove,
delivering the winning run.
The Brewers tied the score on
Cooper's first home run in the third in-
ning and a homer by sixto Lezcano in
the fourth.
In the Yankees sixth, Chris Cham-
bliss opened with a single and raced to
third when Cooper booted Craig Net-
tles' grounder. Roy White followed with
a fly ball to Larry Hisle, and Chambliss
raced home just ahead of the throw for

This Week in Sports
Here we are again, just as we promised, with another week's worth of
sporting events to inform you of. Unlike last week, however, we have more
intercollegiate athletics to report on. So, without further ado, here is what's
happening in the world of sports.
COLLEGIATE COMPETITION
First and foremost, Bo Schembechler and his Wolverine football team
go up against the powerful Fighting Irish of Notre Dame this Saturday. This
year's game will be played in South Bend, but if you don't have tickets, don't
worry. The benevolent folks at ABC-TV are planning on telecasting the
game. So if you can't find a ticket, then find a seat in front of the nearest TV
and enjoy.
The women's golf team will be up in East Lansing this Friday and
Saturday (the 22nd and 23rd) when they participate in the Michigan State
Invitational. The women finished 11th out of 19 schools entered in last week's
Illinois State Invitational. Freshwoman Linda Drillock shot rounds of 85 and
83 to become Michigan's medalist.
The volleyball team opens its 1978-79 season with a home match against
Michigan State and finishes up the week playing 'in the Wayne State
Invitational in Detroit this Saturday.
And finally, the cross country team will compete in the Springbank
International Road Race in London, Ontario this Sunday.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
NCAA action continues this week with a smattering of interesting
matchups. Besides the aforementioned UM-Notre Dame game, the rest of
the Big Ten schedule looks like this:
Iowa State at Iowa Ohio at Purdue
Stanford at Illinois Northwestern at Wisconsin
Washington at Indiana Ohio State at Minnesota
Syracuse at Michigan State
Other games of note this week should be:
Southern Cal vs. Alabama at Birmingham Louisville at Cincinnati
Maryland at North Carolina Florida State at Miami (Fla.)
Clemson at Georgia Western Michigan at Miami (0.)
PRO FOOTBALL
Here's a quick rundown of who plays who and where around the NFL:
Atlanta at Tampa Bay New Orleans at Cincinnati Green Bay at San Diego
Baltimore at Buffalo NY Jets at Washington Los Angeles at Houston
Cleveland at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Dallas Minnesota at Philadelphia
Denver at Kansas City San Francisco at NY Giants New England at Oakland
And the rout of the week: lowly Detroit at mighty Seattle.
ELSEWHERE
The sluinping Boston Red Sox bring their fading hopes for half a pennant
to Detroit for games against the Tigers tomorrow through Thursday.
Unfortunately for Red Sox fans, the New York Yankees play two games with
last place Toronto over the same three days.
And finally, the Daily Libels softball season is set to begin. Call 764-0552
for season ticket information. -BRIAN MILLER
SCORES
BASEBALL
American League
NewYor 4, Milwaukee3 TONIGHT thru SUI

the go-ahead run.
THE CONSECUTIVE homers by
Jackson and Piniella marked the third
time this season that the Yankees have
hit two in a row. On each of the other
occasions, the homers were hit by
Chambliss and Nettles.
Cooper got one of the runs back with a
two-out homer in the third inning
against Figueroa, who went the distan-
ce and allowed seven hits.
The Yankees loaded the bases in the
bottom of the third on walks to Rivers,
Willie Randolph and Piniella, but
Travers struck out Chambliss, ending
the threat. Then Lezcano tied the score
in the fourth.
THE INDIANS cut the lead to 5-3 in
the bottom of the first on Andre Thorn-
ton's three-run homer, his 1st of the
season.
Orioles 10, Indians 3
CLEVELAND - Rookie Gary
Renicke cracked his first major league
grand slam home run, Billy Smith
added a three-run triple and Eddie
Murray scored four times, leading the
Baltimore Orioles to a 10-3 victory over
the Cleveland Indians.
Roenicke, called up from Rochester
of the International League Sept. 1, hit
his second home run of the season,
highlighting a five-run first inning off
Cleveland starter David Clyde, 7-11,
who was knocked out during the
uprising.

the indians cut the lead to 5-3 in the
bottom of the first on Andre Thornton's
three-run homer, his 31st of the season.
Baltimore starter Scott McGregor,
15-13, then settled down and pitched
shutout ball until relieved by Dave
Stanhouse in the ninth.
Roenicke drove in his fifth run of the
game in the second inning on a fielder's
choice. Baltimore stretched its lead to
9-3 in the fifth on Smith's bases-loaded
triple.
Jerry Remy's run scoring single in
the 11th inning gave Boston a 5-4 victory
over the Detroit Tigers last night,
keeping the Red Sox 21/2 games behind
the New York Yankees in the American
League East.

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