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Page 12-Thursday, September 28, 1978-The Michigan Daily
Soccer club drenched
at Ypsi in -0 te

GRIIJDE PICKS

60 per game

Lones Open
10 A.M. Mon.-Fri.
1 P.M. Sat. & Sun.

By LIZ MAC
Amid shouts of "Bring out the rowing
team," the Michigan undergrad soccer
club battled to a 0-0 tie yesterday at
Eastern Michigan.
In a downpour that lasted the entire
first half, Eastern dominated the early
part of the game while Michigan
evened the pace with a strong second
half. After a 20 minute overtime, the
game ended with the score deadlocked.
DESPITE THE soggy field and a
strong cross-field wind, the game was
fast paced and both teams ran hard.
For the Blue squad, new team mem-
ber Mohamed Al-Hamad "played ex-
tremely well," noted Coach Steve
Olsen. Also turning in fine performan-
ces were goalkeepers Richard Mathews
and Jeff Boudin.
Reduced Rates
for
BILLIARDS
EVERYDAY
10 a.m.-6 p.m.
$1.25 per hour
at theUNION

The contest was scheduled for 4:00
but, due to a communiction problem
between the teams, didn't start until ,5.
"We were here an hour and a half
early," explained Olsen. "That set us
back right there."
Next on the schedule for the club is a
home game with a combined Indiana-
Purdue squad at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
ELSEWHERE AROUND the club
sports circuit, the graduate soccer club
evened its record at 1-1 by outstepping
the Bechtal Corporation club 7-0
Tuesday night.
Two of the goals were scored by
Lounes Rahbi, while Erman Lepley,
Jim Landau, and Rob Neal also con-
tributed to the onesided score.
Diego Muntilla was a standout on
defense for the Michigan club, while
goaltenders Jon LaRose and Woody
Woodworth combined forces in the
shutout.
Two other sport ,clubs have been
keeping in tune with exhibition games.
The water polo club scrimmaged with
Ann Arbor Huron and Pioneer high
schools last Friday 'and Monday
respectively. The starting squad
showed itself to be ready for upcoming
games with Western Michigan and
Michigan State.
Also slated to meet Michigan State is
the Lacrosse club. Other tentatively
scheduled contests are at Notre Dame
and at Chicago.

RUMORS OF A Carter-Brezhnev
summit meeting are actually a
clever Soviet ruse to cover up the real
reason for the Russian party Boss' up-
coming visit to the U.S.
"He's got some inside information
from the Soviet Sports Information
Center in the Kremlin (SICK)," said a
high diplomatic source, "and he wants
to make an unscheduled flight from
Camp David to Ann Arbor, where he
can turn in his Gridde picks and
possibly win a small two-item pizza
from Pizza Bob's."
Brezhnev is said to have long coveted
the prize and intelligence sources say
he has a strong preference for pep-
peroni and mushrooms with occasional
revisionist leanings toward anchovies
or possibly green peppers. (A tendency
he has been forced to neglect in
Moscow, where red peppers
predominate.)
Presidential press secretary Jody
Powell refused to confirm the infor-
mation but he did have a comment direc-
ted towards American college football
fans. "I certainly hope that interested
Americans will show a little bit of the
old frontier spirit," he said, "and try to
get their own Gridde picks into the
Michigan Daily at 420 Maynard by

midnight Friday. Soviet adventurism in
this contest has long been an area of
presidential concern. A clean Brezhnev
victory might signal to the rest of the
free world that we are weakening in
this crucial arena." Asked about
President Carter's personal plans,
Powell said, "He's working on his slate
and advises the American public to pick
the Daily Libels by a landslide over
Wayne Duke State."
1. Duke at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2. Illinois at Syracuse
3. Nebraska at Indiana
4. Iowa at Arizona
5. Michigan State at USC
6. Minnesota at UCLA
7. Northwestern at Colorado
8. Baylor at Ohio State
9. Purdue at Notre Dame
10. Oregon at Wisconsin
11. Houston at Florida State
12. Kentucky at Maryland
13. Missouri at Oklahoma
14. North Carolina at Pittsburgh
15. Texas at Texas Tech
16. Tennessee at Auburn
17. Central Michigan at Ball State
18. Dartmouth at Holy Cross
19. Miami (Fla.) at Kansas
20: DAILY LIBELS at Wayne
Duke State

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Ba0&ea
Does not include last night's scores
AMERICAN LEAGUE

EAST,
New York ....................
Boston ........................
Milwaukee ....................
Baltimore ......:..............
Detroit ...................
Cleveland ....................
Toronto .......................
WEST
X-Kansas City ................
California ....,................
Texas ........................
Minnesota ....................
Chicago........ ............
Oakland ......................
Seattle ........................
x--clinched pennant,

W
95
94
90
87
84
68
59
90
84
82
72
69
69
55

L
62
63
68
69
73
86
-47
68
73
75
86
88
80
100

Pet.
.605
.599
.570
.558
.535
.442
.378
.570
.535
.522
.456
.439
.434
.355

51
7Y
18
20%
21-%
33%

Today's Games
Cleveland (Clyde 8-li) at Baltimore (Palmer
20-12or Stewart 1-0), n
Detroit (Young 6-6) at Boston (Torrez 15-12), n
Toronto (Moore 6-8) at New York (Guidry 23-3), n
Chicago (Hinton 2-5) at California (Tanana
18-11, n
Texas (Alexander 9-10) at Seattle (Rawley 5-8), n
Only games scheduled

4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST

Philadelphia ..................
Pittsburgh ..............:.....
Chicago .......................
Montreal ......................
St. Louis.......................
New York .....................
WEST
x-Los Angeles ................
Cincinnati ....................
San Francisco .................
San Diego .....................
Houston .......................
Atlanta ......................
x--clinched pennant

W
88
84
77
74
68
64
94
87
87
82
70
69

L
69
72
80
84
91
94
63
69
71
76
87
88

Pet.
.161
.538
.490
.468
.428
.405
.599
.558
.551
.519
.446
.439

GB
43%
11
14%2
21
24%
6%
7%/2
124
24
25

Today's Games
Houston (RuhleZ2-3) at Atlanta (Mahler 4-11), n
Los Angeles (Rau 15-9) at Cincinnati (Norman
10-9), n
Only games scheduled
I ToPTen
Based on 460 at Bats.
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Carew Min..........
AOliver Tex........
Rice Bsn ..............
Oglivie Mil..........
OtisKC.............
Yount Mil .............
LeFlore Det.........
Bostock Cal..........
Munson NY............
GBrett KC .............

G
156
129
157
126
138
124
153
147
148
125

AB
556
508
655
463
475
490
659
568
593
501

R
86
62
116
69
72
64
125
74
69
76

H
186
165
207
139
142
146
195
168
173
146

Pet.
.335
.325
.316
.300
.299
.299
.296
.296
.292
.291

Now comes Miller time.

Home Runs
Rice, Boston, 44; Baylor, California, 33; Thorn-
ton, Cleveland, 32; Hisle, Milwaukee, 32; GThomas,
Milwaukee, 31.
Runs Batted In
Rice, Boston, 135; Staub, Detroit, 120; Hisle, Mil-
waukee, 113; Thornton, Cleveland, 102; Carty,
Oakland, 97.
Pitching (15 Decisions)
Guidlry, New York, 23-3, .885; BStanley, Boston,
14-2, .875; Gura, Kansas City, 16-4, .800; Eckersley,
Boston, 19-8, .704; Caldwell, Milwaukee, 21-9, .700;
Hunter, New York, 11-5, .688; Jenkins, Texas, 17-8,
.680; Figueroa, New York, 19-9, .679.
NATIONAL LEAGUE

I

Parker Pgh ............
Garvey LA ............
JCruz Htn .............
Richards SD.........
Clark SF............
Winfield SD..........
Burroughs At........
Concpcion Cin........
Rose Cin............
Bowa Phi ...........:...

G
143
157
149
150
152
134
149
149
154
152

AB
564
626
550
537
578
73
479
553
636
635

R H
96 186
87 197
74 172
88 167
90 179
85 177
72 146
73 166
99 190
77 189

Pet.
.330
.315
.313
.311
.310
.309
:305
.300
.299
.298

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