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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, March 24, 1972

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, March 24, 1972

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Michigan's rugby club will
travel' to the Buckeye state to
battle the Cleveland Rugby club
in a triple header tomorrow.
The Michigan Blue, after suc-
cessfully turning back Notre
Dame last weekend, can expect
a stiff challenge from Cleve-
land, whom it barely beat 6-4
last fall. The Gold will be trying
for their first win after giving
in to the Irish 12-0. The Maize,
Michigan's third team, will be
making their first appearance of
the spring.
Cleveland will be playing its
second game of the season after
thrashing an inept Indiana Col-
lege of Pennsylvania 47-0.
The Cleveland backs have
played together for several sea-
sons now, and "have matured"
according to club president Ed
Froelich. The backs are led by
Tom Selfridge, the outside cen-
ter, who was recently voted to
the All-East All-Star team. Tom
Eby anchors the backs at full-
back.
The forwards are led by Cap-
tain John Malone, who plays at
number eight. The scrum, like
the backs, have also played to-

gether several seasons. Over-
powering brute force character-
izes the pack, but it is relative-
ly slow.
"When the pack is on the
move," said Malone sarcastical-
ly, "their arms hang close to
the ground."
Cleveland's offense is basic-
ally with all _'5 players on the
attack. The scrum is quite adept
at keeping up with the play to
win the loose rucks, a dilemma
that Michigan will have to re-
solve.
Michigan will use the same
lineup that came from behind to
defeat the Irish 26-19. Dave Os-
born, who broke his nose in that
hard fought game, has recover-
ed as has Vern Plato, whose
swelled nose has returned to
normal size.
The Michigan rugby club will
also feature four players who
will be making teir first appear-
ance of the season. Ron Story,
Pete Hendrickson, Ryk Ward,
and Flint Larson, all regulars
last fall who were late reporting
to practice this spring, have
been steadily working them-
selves back into shape.
With this talent, the Maize

tnam may well be the "most
awe inspiring collection of rug-
by players since the Neander-
thals took on the Titans back
in 7122 B.C."
Referring to the Notre Dame
game, Michigan captain Dick
Moon assessed that "the for-

"Hopefully,
backfield can
scrum play,"
optimistically.

this week the
live up to the
observed Moon

wards played well, but the back-
lieid was unimaginative which
allowed th- game to be close.

M linksmen sputter,
fall to 10th in Mi ami

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Special To The Daily
MIAMI-Michigan fell to tenth
place after the completion of yes-
terday's second round in the Mi-
ami Invitational Golf Tourna-
ment. The Wolverines were sev-
enth at the start of the day's ac-
tion.
Florida continued to lead the

with a 76, followed by Neil Spital-
ny with a-n 80, Rene Desmarais
and Pete Clark with 81's, and Paul
McIntosh with an 84. Chuck Bur-
ham and Gary Balliet, who both
did not qualify to golf for the
Wolverines in the tournament,
holed out with scores of 76 and 78,
respectively.

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tournament, compiling a 291 for Michigan coach Bill Newcomb
the afternoon for a 567 total over- was disheartened that Burnham's
all. The University of Miami is and Balliet's scores could not be
presently holding down second counted on the team record. "We
place, while Louisiana is third. held our own in the pack," ex-
The Wolverines were paced by plained Newcomb. "We may be
Dan Hunter who finished the day able to jump up a couple of
with a 74. Craig Ghio was next places," he added hopefully.
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FRIDAY 24 MARCH, 8 p.m.-Rackhom Assembly Hall
"Economic Mechanisms of Domination"
SATURDAY 25 MARCH, 10 a.m.-Rackham West Conference Room
"Cultural and Political Dependence"
SATURDAY 25 MARCH, 3 p.m.-Rackham West Conference Room
"The Latin American Peasantry-Revolution and Counter Revolution"
SUNDAY 26 MARCH, 2 p.m.-Rackham Amphitheatre
"Population Control" and film "Blood of the Condor"
MONDAY 27 MARCH, 7:30 p.m.-Residential College, Room 126
"Puerto Rico, La Nacion Dividida" and film "El Pueblo se Levanta"
TUESDAY 28 MARCH, 4 p.m.-Residential College, Room 126
"Chicanos-The Struggle for Liberation"
WEDNESDAY 29 MARCH, 7:30 p.m.-Residential College, Room 126
"Puerto Rico, La Nacion Dividida"
MONDAY 3 APRIL, 7:30 p.m.-Residential College, Room 126
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Responds
In their Wednesday Daily Ad, the Ann
Arbor Democratic Party would have you
believe that local Democrats have been
long-time champions of the voting rights
of students.
IN RESPONSE:
(1) The ad failed to mention that the Human
Rights Party and Student Government Council had
to FORCE Democratic City Clerk Harold Saunders
to permit expanded voter registration.
(2) The Democratic Party's "zeal" for register-
ing students has declined dramatically with the
growth of HRP. Democrats were interested only as
long as students had no choice but to vote for
Democrats as the lesser of two evils.
(3) It is the Human Rights Party, and not the
Democratic Party, that has been registering stu-
dents over the past few months. Of the 4,000 new
registrations in the final 5 weeks of voter registra-
tion, HRP accounted for MORE THAN HALF-the
Democrats and Republicans a few, and most of the
rest at City Hall.
(4) It was HRP that organized and staffed the
VOTER REGISTRATION VAN, both Union ballroom
registration events, and extensive fishbowl regis-
tration. WE GOT VIRTUALLY NO HELP FROM THE
DEMOCRATS IN THIS EFFORT, even though we
repeatedly asked for it.

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