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September 08, 1979 - Image 18

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The Michigan Daily, 1979-09-08
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Page 6--Saturday, September 8, 1979-The Michigan Daily

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, Septern

THE BLUE BOWL SCENE:
Mellow out? Not at 'M'gan

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Kansas

at Calflamia

at Mich

Minnesot

Indiana

Wisconsin

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NORTH
NOTRE DAME*

Wyoming

Syracuse

at Minnesota

at Ohio
State

Iowa

at Indiana

at Purdue

Michigan
State

at Wisconsin

Illinois

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at Purdue

Michigan
State

Georgia
Tech

at Air
Force

Southern
California

By BOB EMORY
You notice the crowds first off.
Waking up in Ann Arbor on a football
Saturday and seeing both sides of the
street lined with people streaming to
the heart makes a hangover seem like a
welcome respite. It's back to bed for a
little while.
People. All sorts of people flowing
down the streets with all the fluidity of a

massive bloodclot. Slowly, jerkily they
wind their way to the heart, the enor-
mous, all encompassing heart-
Michigan Stadium: Young kids
with outdated long hair and pants that
wrap around low on their waists,
students ranging from clean cut frater-
nity men to General Joe Average and
his buddies to Susie (you're so sweet
and innocent) to Janie (you're so fun
and abusive) and last but never least,

South Carolina

Navy

at Tennessee

Clemson

North Texas at Iowa Oklahoma Kansas
KANSASt at Pittsburgh at an State Syracuse at Nebraska State State State at Oklahoma Colorado
atAioaSan Jose Md OregonatUL SouthernatWsigo
CALIFORNIA at Arona at Arizona Sate M gain at regon SeC at UCLA ao a WashiWashin gtonashington at Stanford
State State State Califomia State
lAN llinois Oregon Miami 0. at Notre Dame Michigan at Wisconsin Purdue at Oho a Norh- Minnesota at Iowa
STATE State western
MINNESOTA Ohio Otio at Southern Northwestern Purdue at Michigan at Iowa Illinois at Indiana at Michigan Wisconsin
University State California State
at Michigan Ohio at North-
ILLINOIS State Missouri at Air Force Navy Iowa at Purdue Michigan at Minnesota State Indiana western
State i
INDIANA at Iowa Vanderbilt Kentucky Colorado at Wisconsin at Ohio Northwestern at Michigan Minnesota at Illinois Purdue
State
WISCONS at Purdue Air Force UCLA at SanDiego Indiana Michigan at Ohio Iowa at Michigan Northwestern at Minnesota
State State State
PURDUE Wisconsin at UCLA Notre Dame Oregon at Minnesota Illinois at Michigan Northwestern at Iowa Michigan at Indiana
State
OHI Sr at Minnesota Washington at UCLA Northwestern Indiana Wisconsin Michigan at Illinois Iowa at Michigan
at North- at Ohio Michigan.
IOWA Indiana at Oklahoma Nebraska Iowa State at Illinois western Minnesota at Wisconsin Purdue at State
*-Nov. 24 vs. Miami of Florida in Tokyo, Japan t-Nov. 24 vs.Missouri at Kansas

alumni dressed in yellow pants and
maize and blue caps carrying coolers,
shaking hands and teasing with
relatives or old Greek brothers.
THE WALK TO the stadium is filled
with typical Ann Arbor diversity.
Inevitably there is someone-a socialist
maybe, or an anti-socialist, nukey, anti-
nukey, scientology major or an em-
ployee from the Mellowed Out Co-
Existence Bagel Shop all shoving in
your face some bulletin or pamphlet or
menu which you glance at briefly and
then throw away.
Along the way as you pass by Elbel
Field, you can usually observe a rugby
match taking place. The ancient game
offers a nice contrast. Before entering
the shiny new modern stadium and
gazing at the splashy bright colors of
today's uniforms amidst the sound of
the glorious marching bands, you first
see the rugby players clad in black
shorts and odd colored jerseys grunting
and groaning over a heavy leather ball
on barren Elbel Field.
IT'S SORT OF like walking from the

past to the pres
ball.
Once at the
equally as hect
And again, th
throngs of pec
officialy holds
week there's a
tendance of ara
If you're a s
seat is no pro
early. If not, th
your assigned
fond of fist figh
just have to g
place and hoj
master chef wil
The game its
be worth the
Wolverine foot
Michigan never
But someday
too tired, too h
the mood to so
that point all y
grab a bite to e
Co-Existence B
back to bed for

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BO SCHEMBECHLER (inset) is counting on senior tight end Dough Marsh
(above) to produce much offensive voltage this year. Marsh is one of
the few veterans at a "skill" position on the young '79 Wolverine offensive
unit.
ARMY SURPLUS

'Al

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" OSHKOSH
Pointer's Pants
Bib Overalls
" WOOLRICH
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Wool Shirts
* HERMAN
Survivor Boots

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Flite Jackets
and Snorkel
Parkas
* New & Used
Field Jackets

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