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Page 8-Sunday, November 18, 1979-The Michigan Daily
MICHIGAN ACCEPTS GATOR BID:

Bowl picture begins to take

By the Associated Press agreed to play in the Gator Bowl on
Ohio State won the Big Ten football Dec. 28 against North Carolina, a 13-7
championship and gained a berth in the winner yesterday over Virginia.
Rose Bowl with an 18-15 victory over Meanwhile, one of the berths was
Michigan as the postseason picture filled in the Orange Bowl when fifth-
began to take shape yesterday. ranked Florida State was invited to
The Buckeyes will play at Pasadena play there Jan. 1 against the winner of
on New Year's Day against the winner the Nebraska-Oklahoma game next
of the Pacific-10 championship, which Saturday, which will decide the Big
will be either Southern Cal or Eight title.
Washington. The loser of the Nebraska-Oklahoma
Despite losing, Michigan still contest will wind up in the Cotton Bowl
received a bowl bid. The Wolverines on New Year's Day against the winner
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of the Southwest Conference, which
could be any one of four teams.
Houston, Texas, Arkansas, and Baylor
are still in the running in the SWC race.
Either Texas or Arkansas will be in-
vited to the Sugar Bowl, depending on
who makes the Cotton Bowl and how
they fare in their final games. The Sun
Bowl is also interested in Houston,
Texas and Arkansas, plus Washington
if it doesn't go to the Rose Bowl.
The Southeastern Conference cham-
pion, either No. 1 Alabama or Georgia,
will host the Sugar Bowl game in New
Orleans on Jan. 1. The Crimson Tide
could lose out on the Sugar Bowl should
they lose Dec. 1to Auburn.
Elsewhere, Penn State was invited to
face 20th-ranked Tulane in the Liberty
Bowl in Memphis, Tenn., on Dec. 22.
Temple accepted a bid to play in the
Garden State Bowl in East Rutherford,
N.J., Dec. 15 against a team to be
determined.
Two more Big Ten teams will be
going to bowls this season. Purdue, a 37-
21 victor over India, accepted a bid to
the Bluebonnet Bowl in Houston on Dec.

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nst an opponent to be named. In-
meanwhile, will go to the
Bowl in San Diego on Dec. 21.
host team in the Holiday Bowl
either Brigham Young or San
State, who play Saturday for the
-n Athletic Conference title. BYU
d at least a tie for the WAC

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championship with a 27-0 victory over
Utah vesterday.
Pittsburgh, the nation's No. 11 team,
accepted a bid to the Fiesta Bowl in,
Tempe, Ariz., on Dec. 25 after defeating
Army 40-0 yesterday. ,
South Carolina accepted a bid to play
in the Hall of Fame Bowl in Bir-
mingham, Ala., on Dec. L9 after a 35-14
victory over Wake Forest. The
Gamecocks' opponent is yet to be
determined.
The Deacons, meanwhile, got one of
the berths in the Tangerine Bowl in
Orlando, Fla., on Dec. 22.
Baylor, which defeated Rice 45-14
yesterday, was invited to play in both
the Tangerine and Peach bowls.

Daily Photo by CYRENA CHANG,
Freshman quarterback Rich Hewlett from Plymouth is stopped short of the
goal line in the first quarter of yesterday's game. Hewlett was taken from
,the game in the second quarter with an ankle injury.

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CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY TIME
GREAT GAME STORE
Two Floors of Unusual Games
Beautiful Dolls
PLUSH ANIMALS * HOBBIES * BIKES
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Badgers shutout

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Notice To Students Interested
In Romance Languages
Because of a sequence-key error
in the printing of the
WINTER TIME SCHEDULE
four Spanish courses have been
printed under the heading
SERBO-CROATION on page 77.
They are:
484-421,Spanish Mind, 18th Century to Present
484-425 Romanticism
484-470 The Comedic
484-482 Picaresque Novel
Please consult page 77 for the
correct meeting times.

By BOB EMORY
Special to The Daily
MADISON - Back to reality for
the Michigan hockey team. The
Wisconsin Badgers handed the
Wolverines their third straight loss
last night, a defense oriented 2-0 vic-
tory that enabled the Badgers to
move into a three-way tie for second
in the WCHA with a 5-3 record.
Michigan lost its surprising sole
possession of first place this
weekend with the losses to Wiscon-
sin, slipping into a tie with the
Badgers and Minnesota for second,
a few percentage points behind Nor-
th Dakota which played a non-league
series against St. Lawrence.
Surprisingly, it was the
Wolverines strong point so far this
season - offense - that failed them
last night. But there was good
reason for that.
Goaltender Roy Schultz, with the
help of some missed shots and

unusually pesky Badger defense, a
few clutch gloves saves, stopped all
34 Michigan shots to post his second
career shutout. Not even Michigan's
power play, the best in the WCHA,
could put the.light on in the three op..
portunities it got.
The fact that Michigan came at
the Badgers with a different lineup
might have hindered their attack
somewhat. Coach Dan Farrell shook
up his offensive line somewhat
dramatically, putting his top three
scoring centers on one line and shif-
ting two wings to the center position.
He put Murray Eaves, Dan Lerg
and Bruno Baseotto on the same
line, and moved Roger Bourne and
Brad Tippett to the center position
on the other two main lines. The
change didn't seem to help at all,
mostly because the Badgers got a
superb effort from their defen-
semen, who effectively kept the
Wolverine forwards from

penetrating in the middle all night.
Farrell also switched goaltenders,
giving /Paul Fricker, who has given
up 19 goals in his last two games, a
rest. That move, however, seemed
to work. Rudy Varvari made his
starting appearance at goal for
Michigan and did a super job.
He stopped at least five promis-
ing scoring opportunities that the
Badgers mounted in the first period,
matching Schultz, who was called on
to stop the Wolverines on a number
of occasions also. Finally, with a

cers
minute and a half remaining, Lexi
Doner fired a wrist shot from the left
face-off circle that Varvari ap-
peared to stop, but the puck slipped
through his pads.
Varvarismade several good saves
in the second period, at least after
the first 40 seconds. Todd Lecy
scored on a play almost identical to
Doner's first goal. A rebound came
out to Lecy's stick in the middle of
the right face-off circle and he
wristed his shot that went in under-
neath Varvari's right pad to put
Wisconsin ahead, 2-0.

Wolverines whitewashed

FIRST PERIOD
Scoring: 1) W-Doner (Durocher, Vincent)
18:14.
Penalties: None.
SECOND PERIOD
Scoring: 2? W-T. Lecy (Scheid, S. Lecy)
:40.
Penalties: W-Vincent (tripping) 1:59; M-
Blum (roughing) 10:37; W-Vincent (slashing)

10:57; W-Morgan (tripping) 17:47.
THIRD PERIOD
Scoring: None.
Penalties: W-Doner (interference) 15:37.
' SAVES

Varvari M).................8
Fricker (M)............
Schultz (W)..............10

Total
19 8-35
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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

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After qualifying for the national
championships by a bare four-ponts at
last Saturday's NCAA regional cross-
country meet at East Lansing,
Michigan is slated to compete with the
best teams in the country tomorrow at
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
Among the favorites for this 41st an-
nual running of the NCAA cross-
country meet are defending champ
Oregon, the University of Texas at El
Paso, Washington State, and Big Ten
power Wisconsin. World record holder
ienry Rono of WSU will be bidding for
his third NCAA title, but 1978 winner Al
Salazar of Oregon should offer a strong
challenge.
Michigan's Dan Heikkinen, though
not expected to challenge for the lead,
is nonetheless figured to be a top
finisher on the basis of numerous high
showings in regional meets. Wolverine
frosh Brian Deimer will be running in
his first national meet, and could be a
surprise after having run an aggressive
race at East Lansing, placing sixth out
of a field of the finest harriers in the
Midwest.

Nets 98, Pistons 93
PONTIAC-Ed Jordan and rookie
Calvin Natt combined for 46 points last
night to lead the New Jersey Nets toa
98-93 victory over the Detroit Pistons
and their first road victory of the
season.
Natt scored eight points in the third
quarter as the Nets moved ahead, 75-73,
after trailing by as many as 14 points in
the first half.
New Jersey built its lead to 10 points
midway through the final period with
John Williamson scoring 11 of his 18
points in the quarter.
Red Wings 5, Islanders 4
UNIONDALE, N.Y.-Errol Thomp-
son assisted on the tie-breaking goal,
then scored the game-winner all in less
than a mirute of the third period to lead
the Detroit Red Wings to a 5-4 National
Hockey League victory over the New
York Islanders last night.
With the contest tied at 3-3 and the
Red Wihgs holding a power-play advan-
tage, Thompson passed the puck to
Dale McCourt, who shot it under goalie
Billy Smith's legs with 4:25 gone in the
last period. -AP

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Dodgers sign Stanhouse
LOS ANGELES (AP)-Free agent
Don Stanhouse, one of baseball's top
relief pitchers, has agreed to terms for
a five-year contract with the Los
Angeles Dodgers, club vice president Al
Campanis said yesterday.
Earlier this week, the Dodgers signed
another free agent pitcher, Dave Goltz.
Stanhouse, 28, saved 21 games for the
American League champion Baltimore
Orioles last season;and is credited with
45 saves over the past two years.
"We set out to obtain the best starting
pitcher and the best relief pitcher
availble in the re-entry draft and we did
just that in signing Dave Goltz and
Stanhouse," said Campanis.
"I've always considered the Dodgers
an organization with a great deal of
class and I'm thrilled to join them,"
said Stanhouse.
-UPI
Greer, Simpkins picked
Lineman Curtis Greer and linebacker
Ron Simpkins of Michigan were among
those listed as members of the All-
America team for 1979 compiled by
Football News and Basketball Weekly
of Detroit. The internationally
renowned publication also included
Wolverine Doug Marsh on its third
string tear of All-Americans.
McKee leads tumblers
Freshman Kevin McKee qualified for
the individual finals in two events,
leading Michigan to a ninth-place finish
in the Windy City Invitational in
Chicago this weekend.
The only other Wolverine to qualify
for the individual championships was
junior Darrell Yee, the current Big Ten
ring champion.
McKee scored a 9.3 in floor exercise
and a 9.5 in vaulting to place fifth in
both events after Friday's session. Yee
also found himself in fifth on rings with
his 9.3.
First place went to Iowa State for its
273.4. The Wolverines' 251.05 placed
them ninth in the thirteen team field
and was their lowest team total of the
young season.

a restaurant like they all should be

Schlanderer's on South University again is your host for another Michi-
gan Celebration Sale. (Remember three years ago, 22% off; two years
ago, 10% off; and last year, 11% off on every item in stock, fine
watches, rings, necklaces, etc. Schlanderer's has earned its record of
excellence over the past 13 years as a part of the South UniversityI
business community, offering jewelry and fine watches to a quality
conscious public.
.Now it's party time. . . The fourth straight year for one day only.
Monday, November 19, every quality item in stock will be discounted,
based on the point spread of Michigan's VICTORY over Ohio State,
up to five touchdowns or 35%. The minimum discount will be 15%
for a one to seven point victory, tie or (Heaven Forbid) loss.
Celebrate another great Wolverine season at Because of limited space only 20 people
.Jei .will be allowed in the store at one time,
Schlandrer Jewelry on South University. so come early!

Let us introduce you to Mantels. . . a restaurant distinctly dif.
ferent from all the rest.
For atmosphere we'll take you back to the good times when the
new century was just beginning. When elegance, service and
gracious (ining was savored . . . and expected.
For your dining pleasure extensive Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
and Sunday Brunch menus exist to serve your every personal delight. Of
course your favorite beer, wine, or cocktail is always readily available.
The truth is. .. that Mantels exists for you. So . .. reward yourself with a
very pleasing thing . . . step into Mantels ... you deserve it.

One day only, Monday, November 19, 1979
9:30 wim. to 530 n.m.

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