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FRI. OCT. 6
GOODBYE GIRL. 7
Neil Simon's THE GOODBYE GIRL is about laughing and falling
in love again .., about bloopers we all pull and the happiness
of just hanging in there. RICHARD DREYFUSS and MARSHA
MASON are excellent in this heart warming movie.
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SAT. OCT. 7
Lady Sings the Blues 7 & 9:30
Based on Billie Holiday's autobiography. DIANA ROSS becomes §
Billie in a most-amazing way. Even the feeling in her voice is §
Billies.
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Page 10-Friday, October 6, 1978-The Michigan Daily
ARIZONA ENDS NON-CONFERENCE SLATE:

Pac-10 newcomers battle Blue

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By FRANK JAMES
The Arizona Wildcats come into Ann
Arbor Saturday boasting a 3-1 record
and are currently co-leaders of the Pac-
10 at 1-0.
Coaching the Wildcats is Tony
Mason, a man familiar with Michigan
Stadium. Mason spent five years on
Bump Elliott's staff in the mid-sixties,
leaving when Bo Schembechler
arrived, and then spent four years at
Purdue.
At Cincinnati in his first college head
coaching stint, Mason compiled a 26-18
record, each year improving his win-
ning percentage. He quit in 1976 to
coach the Wildcats, who compiled a 5-7
record last year in Mason's first
season.
Arizona's entire athletic department
has a decidedly Michigan flavor to it.
Athletic director Dave Strack is a for-
mer Wolverine basketball coach, while
former Blue assistant Jim Young
preceded Mason as head coach.
The Arizona attack is headed by Jim
Krohn, a junior quarterback who leads
the Wildcats in total offense with 525
yards. In his first year as a starter,
Krohn has responded by completing
passes at a .667 clip while tossing for 439
yards and four touchdowns. Krohn's
only an average runner, having gained
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merely 2.7 yards per rush this year.
But he is blessed with a set of large
receivers with Ron Beyer, a 6-3, 217
pound tight end, Tim Haynes at split
end, and Tim Holmes, a 205 pound
freshman at flanker.
While Beyer's 40 yard dash time of 5.0
seconds won't give Jolly, Harden and
Co. nightmares, he enters the game as
Arizona's top reciever with 12 catches,
and two touchdowns in gaining 13.9

yards per snag. Earning his fourth let-
ter this year, Beyer is being touted for
All-American honors and remains the
man Krohn relies on in the clutch.
The ground attack is centered around
a junior college transfer, junior Larry
Heater. An All-American at Dixie
Junior College, Heater supposedly runs
a 4.3 40 yard dash. The Las Vegas
native ran up impressive stats in J.C.
football: 2,300 yards rushing and 27

touchdowns. Against the big boys so
far, Heater has rushed for a respec
table 355 yards, getting 4.7 yards a po
in leading the Wildcats in rushing.
The fullback is Hubert Oliver, a soph
who was the surprise of the '77 season.
Oliver's excellent speed, acceleration
and balance make him a perfect com-
pliment (and blocker) to Heater.
Oliver is rated as one of the finest
athletes on the squad. he leads the team
in offensive stars, the tokens of ap-
preciation the coaching staff doles out.
The defensive unit has played three
excellent games (all wins) and one
horrible game (a 41-26 loss to Texas
Tech). The leading tackler on the squad
is right linebacker Sammy Giangar-
della, a smallish, slow, but hardnosed,
extremely strong and very well-
conditioned player.
The fact that safety Dave Liggins is
the second leading tackler on the squad
might hint at some deficiencies in the
interior line. It should also be noted that
in the only loss so far this year, the run
oriented Red Raiders of Texas Tech
rushed for 350 yards.
Tartars
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There it goes
Davey Lopes cracks a solo home run enroute to the Dodgers' 4-0 wi
Phillies yesterday. The Dodgers now lead the best of five series two gam
For details, see story on Page 11.

k By ELISA FRYE
Michigan's volleyball team, armed
with a 3-1 record and a strong, ex-
perienced team, fought back a
challenging young Wayne State team to
v win a best of five match in three
straight games last night, 15-8, 15-8, and
15-10.
Wayne State coach John Howard
', described the Tartars as "young and
aggressive, but inconsistent."
"WE NEED TO cut down on
mistakes," he said before the game.
"We play well for two-thirds of the
game and then we fall apart."
The Wolverines handled Wayne State
well in the first two matches, but then
fell behind in the third, for the first time
AP Photo that night.
The Tarters scored early in the last
game and advanced to 7-2 before the
n over the surprised spikers managed to fight
es to none, back and score seven points, making
the game 9-7, before Wayne State could
score again.
IN SPITE of the win, the Wolverines
were not satisfied with their play.
"We played slowly, we didn't play up
to par," commented team captain Beth
Major. "We could have played much,
much better. We had a little trouble
with our serving,' she added.
Coach Sandy Vong was also a bit
disappointed with the way his team
played. "I guess you can play poorly
and still win,"-he said. "It was not one
of our better games."
"The girls have been tired, many of
them have got the flu," he explained. "I
hope we'll do better this Saturday
RRYI against Western."
rve Now The spikers go up against Western
Limited! Michigan Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
in the CCRB.

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PICKS II
Most of the Yankee team is about to
doze off on their flight back to New
York City for the third game of the
American League Playoffs.
"Wait a minute, guys," says slugger
Reggie Jackson. "Now's your chance to
pick this week's Griddes."
Don't forget to get your picks in to 420
Maynard before midnight Friday so
you can win that small two-item pizza
from Pizza Bob's.
1. Arizona at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Illinois at Missouri
3. Indiana at Wisconsin
4. Utah at Iowa
5. Notre Dame at Michigan State
6. Oregon State at Minnesota
7. Arizona State at Northwestern
8. Southern Methodist at O.S.U.
9. Wake Forest at Purdue
10. Delaware at Lehigh
11. North Carolina St. at Maryland
12. Nebraska at Iowa State
13. Oklahoma-Texas (at Dallas)
14. Stanford at UCLA
15. Texas Tech at Texas A&M
16. Alabama at Washington
17. Louisiana St. at Florida
18. Penn State at Kentucky
19. San Jose State at Hawaii
20. DAILY LIBELS at Conclave College
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