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z Y .Page 14-Friday, November 2, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Wolverine elubbers
The Wolverine field hockey team, with its 13-7-1 regular season record, heads
into the Division I State Championships at Marquette this weekend. The clubbers,
who were runners-up in the state tourney last year, open their bid for the crown
q this afternoon at 2:40 when they play the winner of the Eastern Michigan-Western
I Michigan game.
i If they win, they automatically advance to the finals and play the winer of the
> Central Michigan-Michigan State game. If the clubbers lose, then their 1979 season
The state champion automatically qualifies for the regionals, which will be
held in Mt. Pleasant this year. The host team, Central Michigan, will get aberth in
the regionals so if the ChipPewas also happen to win the state championship, then
an at large bid will be given to some team in this region, which includes Wisconsin,
a Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
-Bob Emory
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2.. Gridde Picks
{.~.. In the midst of the Bowie Kuhn-Willie 1 icni tMCIA pc
{ \ 3Mays controversy, it was announced score)
yaX :kyesterday by the Board of Directors of 2r Ohio St at Illinois
the Gridde Foundation that Bowie Kuhn 3. Michigan St. at Northwestern #
has been ordered to officially 4. Purdue at Iowa
F .,disassociate himself with the game of 5. Minnesota at Indiana
Griddes. The Commissioner will never 6. Wake Forest at Clemson
again have the chance to win a small, 7. Duke at Georgia Tech
h,_ J ' n2one-item Pizza Bob's pizza even if he 8. N. C. State at S. Carolina
=sdoes get his picks in by midnight Friday 9. N. Carolina at Maryland
to 420 Maynard. 10. Colorado at Iowa St.
11. Arizona St. at Stanford
a :See more sports, pp. 11, 12, 13 12. Washington at California
+ 13. Texas Tech at Texas
C ( ~ D ~14. Central Michigan at Toledo
SCO RES- 15. Yale at Cornell
IMG NANA 16. Eastern Michigan at Ball St.
Cleveland 127, Detroit 125 17. Army at Air Force
E D1 E.NHL 1. Navy at Notre Dame
Philadelphia 3. St. Louis 1 19. Montana at Montana St.
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