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SMALL TACKLE.RELIES ON SPEED
Keitz'switch boosts Blue defense
By BOB MILLER Then the problems began. The "I played tackled against Illinois,
Wolverines were handled easily by said the 6-1, 233 pounder from Colum-
At the outset of Michigan's 1978 Arizona, surrendering 17 points-then bus. "I always keep up on assignmen-
football season, critics said if the the bottom fell out against Michigan ts and stay up on everything. They
*Wolverines had an achilles heel, it State. (the coaches) told me at the beginning
*was their defense. Gone through But since then, the defense has per- of the season I might have to switch
*graduation were five integral players formed like a team possessed, from guard to tackle." To date, Keitz
in Michigan's game plan: John An- limiting it's opponents to 10 points and is tied with Curtis Greer for the most
derson, Dwight Hicks, Jim Pickens, 499 total yards, just three more yards quarterback sacks at seven.
Derek Howard and Dom Tedesco. than the Spartans gained in their 24-15 Keitz is built out of the mold of
Bo Schembechler had to count on victory, many of Bo's previous defen-
*his returning lettermen to pick up the Part of the reason Michigan's semen-he is not particularily big but
slack, an assignment easier said than defense has been doing so well of late he is quick in reacting to the play in
done. Although the season started off is Schembechler has made some front of him.
with Michigan gaining two shutouts changes which have proven fruitful. "We (Michigan's defensive
and giving up only 14 points in three One of those changes was to move players) are smaller so we can't stand
games, the defense was still senior Dale Keitz from middle guard in there and slug it out. Every team
somewhat suspect. to tackle on the short side of the field, we play is bigger so we have to rely on '
speed. It's always been a Michigan
j . trademark how the defense gets to the
*ball," Keitz said.A
His size may have been one of the
*reason's Ohio State didn't actively Dale Keit
*pursue Keitz, who lives almost in "I was tackled on my shoulder in
C Woody Hayes' back yard. "I was practice a week before the season
recruited by Notre Dame, Indiana, started," he explained. As a result,
Northwestern, Ohio University and Keitz could be red-shirted and finish
~ Michigan," he said, his four years of eligibility next year.
~4 / It wasn't only Michigan's "If he wants to come back, we'd
Sreputation that landed him in Ann Ar- love to have him," said Bo.
bor. "I just liked the people, the Keitz credits attitude for much of
-~ coaches and the players I met. Every his success this year. "I'm still.-lear-
place has it's cement, you just have to ning (to adjust to tackle). There's
look at the people," Keitz added. always more to learn. You accom-
Since the switch to tackle was made plish one thing and there still are
4 permanent after the MSU fiasco, more things to accomplish, like
.... Keitz has contributed three solid ef- working on your mental approach to a
. forts as the team captured two more game.
Swhitewashes, both on the road. "I think 80 per cent of the game is
* .- "Personally I like playing on the road, mental, a lot more than peophe
Maybe we do get booed when we come realize," Ketiz said.
out, but winning on the road is what As the season winds to a close, Keitz.
~ makes good teams great. You have to and his teammates are looking for-:
expect to win at home," he said, ward to thre final three regular season
Schembechler is also pleased with games. "You always look forward -to |
6 the performances Keitz has turned in. the stretch run of the season. It's wha.
"Dale is a real competitor. He loves you work on all during the summer. |
5 the game, he knows the game and he It's a good race," the business major
studies the game. He may be sgmall as said. -
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Sive," said Bos u eisvr goo indication of how wel the young
Daily Photo by WAYNE CABLE .Although he i s a senior by class and untested defense actually can
DALE KEITZ fights off two Michigan State linemen to zero in on a Spartan standing, Keitz was injured before the play, and it's a good bet the experien-.,
running back. Since the State game, Keitz was switched from middle guard to playra ownal yhe17ar. ig a lldn he Kat in. igtitemdde
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STICKMEN, R UGGERS, SPLASHERS ROLLING:

Winning tradition holds for 'M' fall clubs.

By BILLY NEFF
Michigan rarely fields losing teams,
and the club sports program is no ex-
ception. For instance, the men's water
polo club has splashed its way to an un-
defeated slate and is favored to capture
the Midwestern Water Polo Champion-
ships this weekend in Lansing. The
lacrosse club handily defeated
Michigan State 14-10 last Sunday in its
big game. In addition, the rugby club
owns an excellent 6-1 record to round
out this week's featured club sports.
WATER POLO
"We've hardly won games before and
this year we're winning games," said
Captain Andrew Katzenstein.
The tankers have done just that as
they've piled up two wins over
Michigan State, 9-8 and 14-6, and
Western Michigan, 16-14. They carry

this unblemished record into Lansing
this weekend.
"We're really looking forward to it;
we are favored to win (the tour-
nament)," Katzenstein said. The other
participants are Michigan State,
Western Michigan, Lansing Com-
munity College, Wayne State, Bowling
Green and Ann Arbor Huron, the
Michigan high school state champion,
who Katzenstein feels is "the only team
that can beat us."
Leading the way for the Blue tankers
are top goal scorers Jeff Barnett and
player-coach Paul Fairman. The
tankers have received fine goaltending
from Randy Deacon en route to their 3-0
mark.
THE WOMEN'S water polo team, on
the other hand, has not splashed at all
this year, but has just about drowned

instead. "They have the time, the
equipment and nobody showed up,"
commented Katzenstein. There is one
woman, Martha Reading, who works
See today's IM
sports news
on Page 9
out with the men and serves as their
manager. LACROSSE
With an impressive 14-10 triumph
over Michigan State, the lacrosse club,
coached by Bob DiGiovanni, has com-
pleted its brief fall schedule. They
finished at 1-1 as they had earlier drop-
ped an 8-7 decision to the Chicago
Lacrosse Club. The stickmen play most
of their games in the spring.
In the MSU encounter, junior Bobby
Fleischman paced the Wolverines with
two goals and six assists. Tom Simon
chipped in a hat trick and two assists,
Fred Hartman tallied a hat trick and
captain Daryl Balchan added two more
goals to the Blue output. In the game
with Chicago, Ed Anderson netted three
goals. (
Captain Blachan was pleased with
the year's outcome, "We had a good

turnout. We had a lot of new players
people who had never seen the gani
before. Every year we get two or thre
and this year we got 25 new players."
RUGBY
Although they were nipped, in their
last contest, 7-4 by the Chicago Lion
(one of the top teams in the nation) th
ruggers have slugged their way to
surprising 6-1 season. The tough part o
their schedule still remains as they fac
Cincinnati and Ohio State in the nex
two weekends. Pete Schreiner notche
a try for four points against Chicago.
"We didn't think we'd do as well a.
we have since we have a somewha
smaller team than last year. We los
quite a few very experienced players,'
said rugby club president Jack Good
man.
BILLBOARD
The senior lottery for 1978-7
Michigan basketball tickets will be hel
tonight at 7 p.m. in Crisler Arena. Onl
one person is needed per block: Yo
should bring all of the ID cards an(
coupons in your block with you.'
ers take 2nd

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Women

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This past weekend in East Lansing the Michigan women's tennis team
finished second in a quadrangular meet.
Winners for Michigan were Barb Fischley by default at fourth singles
and Whit Stodghill at fifth singles, with scores of 6-0, 6-2.
"Considering we had no competition (until the meet), the teAm's per-
formance was excellent," said Michigan coach Theo Shepherd.
Michigan dropped both doubles matches in the finals, each to Indiana. In
first doubles action, Kathy Krickstein and Stodghill lost 6-4, 6-3, 6-3, while the
third doubles team of Fischley and Lisa Wood were downed 6-4, 6-3.
Indiana took the team title, capturing four of the nine flights, .
Michigan's three, Michigan State's two, and Purdue's zero.
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Management
Opportunities
The United States Navy has some exciting openings for recent college
graduates to assume executive level responsibilities.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The Navy Supply Corps Officers, the Business Administrator of- the Navy,
has responsibilities for purchasing, inventory control, financial manage-
ment, computer systems, transportation, research and development, and
retail activities. The successful candidate will be 19-26 years old and have
a BA/BS degree in business, economics or computer science. Age waivers
are available for veterans.
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
We have a few openings for Administrative and Personnel Managers. These
positions include middle management level planning, administrative respon-
sibilities, personnel employment and control. The successful applicant will
be 19-26 years old and have a BA/BS degree in management, business or
related field with some math background. Age waivers are available for
veterans.
ENGINEERING
For the aspiring Engineer we have openings in the following areas: Nuclear
Engineering, Aviation Engineering, Ship Design, Building and Maintenance
a.nd Caiil nine nTh.e succefulI applicant ,.will obef1-6 eaol anid

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The Ecumenical Campus Center
presents the final lecture in the
1978 DISINGUISHED FACULTY SERIES.
DR. JAMES MORGAN
Professor of Economics and Research
Scientist at the Institute for Social Research
"POST-ELECTION REFLECTIONS:
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