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October 25, 1978 - Image 8

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age 8-Wednesday, October 25, 1978-The Michigan Daily


Grad booters triumph

It was a travelling weekend for a host of Michigan
sports clubs.
Two goals in the last five minutes of play enabled the
graduate soccer club to top the Lawrence Institute of
Technology 4-2 last Saturday in Southfield.
Michigan led 2-0 at the half, on goals scored by Er-
man Lepley and Lounes Rahbi. LIT tied it up late in the
second half, but Rahbi knocked in a goal which hadI
deflected off a defender for what proved to be the win-
Mike Rubino added another tally with three minutes to
go, and Phil Woodworth contributed a strong game in
goal for the club..
A rematch has been set for this Saturday, 10:30 a.m. at
Fuller Field.
The Rugby club, meanwhile, travelled to the western
side of the state where they defeated the Battle Creek
club 15-6. Scoring came from Cleeland Child and Pete
Schreiner, with Bill Chung adding two conversions and a
penalty kick.
KThe B side also won, 14-0. Phil Andrews and Jim Shut-
ter generated the offense.
The next game for the club is slated for 1:00 Saturday
against Fort Wayne.
Not all the westward travelling teams were as suc-
cessful, however, as the lacrosse club lost a squeaker to
the Chicago club 8-7.

Although the team dropped a 6-2 halftime lead, coach
Daryl Balchan observed, "We had a pretty good showing
considering one-third to one-half of the team is new."
Michigan's offense was powered by Ed Anderson, with
three goals and two assists, and Tom Simon, with two
goals and one assist. Balchan and Fred Hartman also
chalked up one each.
The club has a scrimmage With Michigan State at
home this weekend.
Waer Polo
State's water polo club proved no match for Michigan,
who came out on top 9-7 in a game which "wasn't really
that close," according to coach Andrew Katzenstein. "It
was clearly our game all the way."
Jeff Barnett was a standout at forward, contributing
five goals for the club. Another good performance was
turned in by Randy Deacon in goal.
This weekend finds the club at Kalamazoo for a tour-
nament at Western Michigan, and upcoming contests in-
clude a tournament at Michigan State on November 11.
The newly-formed women's club began practice this
Undergrad Soccer
The undergraduate soccer club's scheduled match
with the University of Detroit was cancelled. Instead,
the team played an exhibition game with the Ann Arbor
Hat Tricks and lost 4-0.
Today, the club meets Eastern Michigan at Ferry

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If you will be graduating with a BS/MS degree in electrical
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Our representative will be on campus to interview
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We would appreciate the opportunity to provide you
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By The Associated Press
CINCINNATI - Cincinnati Reds
President Dick Wagner said yesterday
he likes Pete Rose and wants to sign
him-but his last contract offer is now
"off the table."
"Although we have had our differen-
ces, everyone should take a lesson on
how to run a ball club from Dick
Wagner," Rose said on a recent
televison program. "I have said some
things he didn't like and he has said
some things I didn't like, but as for
knowng how to do the job, there is none
better than Dick Wagner."
"I THANK PETE for those kind wor-
ds," said Wagner. "I like Pete. He's a
likeable person."
But that is apparently not going to
alter the impasse that Rose said led
him to place himself on the November 3
re-entry draft list. The draft will enable
Rose to sign with any of 13 clubs in ad-
diton to the Reds.

- Lonely TonyAP Photo
Dallas Cowboy running back Tony Dorsett sits glumly on the bench as he watches his teammates defeat the Philadelphia
Eagles 14-7 last Sunday. Dorsett saw only limited action in the second period of the game as Coach Tom Landry disciplined
him for sleeping through last Saturday's practice session and failing to phone Landry with a reason. Dorsett called it a
"humiliating experience" because his family was present at the game. The situation appears to have been resolved, how-
ever, as Landry reinstated the star running back to the starting lineup yesterday.

A &Mcoach Bellard
quits under pressure

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Old-Time Political

By The Associated Press
Texas A&M Coach Emory Bellard, the
father of the Wishbone-T and the win-
ningest football coach in the Southwest
Conference, resigned yesterday under
Offensive coordinator Tom Wilson
was named the interim head coach.
Despite an overall record of 48-27,
Bellard failed to please the highly vocal
Aggie alumni who wanted a Cotton
Bowl caliber club.
The grumbling became louder after
the Aggies lost to the Houston Cougars
33-0 and the Baylor Bears 24-6 the last
two weeks. In both games, the Aggies.
failed to score a touchdown.
Just two weeks ago the Aggies were
the No. 6 ranked team in the nation.

Rumors swept the Aggie campus af-
te Bellard failed to show for his noon
press conference. Sports information
Director Spec Gammon also couldn't be
In his announcement, Bellard said,
"Under existing circumstances, I feel
that it is best that I resign my position
as director of athletics and head foot-
ball coach at Texas A&M University.
"Texas A&M is a great university
and will always have a special place in-
my heart. To all the great people who
have supported our program, I say
thank you for your loyalty and frien-
The Aggies were 4-2 for the year after
opening with resounding victories over
Kansas, Boston College, Memphis State
and Texas Tech.

On The Steps Of Our State Capitol
OCTOBER 26th - 2:00 PM.
A measure on the November ballot which would
(bY raising the legal drinking age to 21)
Stand up for your rights! March on the Capitol and show the people of
Michigan that Proposal I) is nothing more than "Prohibition" in a new form.
Speakers at the rally will include Senator Jackie Vaughn, sponsor of the bill
which lowered the age of majority, members of the Governor's Commission
on the Age of Majority, students, and concerned citizens.
Sponsored by: STOP D
Students To Oppose Proposal D
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What would Socrates
think of Cinci?
If you question long enough and deep enough, certain truths
about Cinci become evident.
It has a hearty, full-bodied flavor. It is smooth and easy going
down. And, the quality of its head is fact rather than philosophical
We think theres one trith about Cinci that Socrates would not
question: It's too good to gulp. As any rational man can taste.

What's west of Camp David and east
of Pasadena? More specifically, what's
two blocks north of the Athletic Ad-
ministration Building and three blocks
south of the Union?
If you don't know by now, it's Pizza
Bob's and that is where you can get a
small two-item pizza if you outguess
everyone in the Gridde Picks, Bring
them in to 420 Maynard Street by mid-
night Friday night.
1. Minnesota at MICHIGAN
2. Illinois at Indiana
3. Purdue at Iowa
4. Wisconsin at Michigan State
5. Northwestern at Ohio State
6. Clemson at North Carolina State
7. Colorado at Missouri
8. Arizona at UCLA
9. Arizona State at Washington
10. Arkansas at Houston
11. Holy Cross at Brown
12. Florida at Georgia Tech
13. Georgia at Kentucky
14. Pittsburgh at Navy
15. North Carolina at South Carolina
16. Idaho at Weber State
17. Wyoming at Colorado State
18. Southern Methodist at Texas
19. North Dakota at South Dakota
20. DAILY LIBELS at Pigeon Drop
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