THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Thursday, September 13, 1973,
Pag Eight THE MICHIGAN DAIL
as taught byj-
MAHARISHI MAHESH YOGI By BRIAN DEMINGc
PRCTICAASPECTAOF THE GAt the birth of the 1973 football
SCIENCE OFACREATIVE THseason a number of rule changes
INTELLIGENCE have been implimented on the col-
* PROVIDES DEEP REST AND legiate level by the NCAA At the
PRELAXATION FRlveAythSCA.A h
REARATION OR annual meeting of the NCAA Rules
DYNAMIC ACTIVITY Committee earlier this year, four-
*1 LIFE EXPANDS IN
FULFILLMENT teen new rules or clarifications
Introductory Lecture were supplemented to the NCAA;
TONIGHT: 8:30 P.M. The bulk of the committee's ef- I
UGLI Multipurpose Room forts involve changes of a techni-
cal nature and should not havet
Advanced Lecture for all meditators 7 p.m. any significant effect on the game(
New research, world plan, and fall activities will be discussed as it has been played in the past.t
However four rule changes will I
," -.M , - be noticeable this season
In view of the many maimed andI
broken bodies of carelessly ill-,
"communicative punt receivers, a1
new rule has been added expanding
on the manner a punt receiver
should signal for a fair catch. The
'-!new rule states that the receiver
must raise an arm over his head
and wave it from side to side at
Y#-'least once. The old rule merely re-
HAND WAVE REQUIRED:
quired the receiver to extend an
arm above his head.
According to John Waldorf,
chairman of the NCAA Rules
Committee, "The old signal of-
ten didn't provide enough time
for the offensive team to avoid a
signaling receiver. The new rule
will be fairer to all concerned."
Another rule added, designed to
reduce the number and seriousness'
of head injuries, requires players
to wear mouth protection and a
chinstrap. Waldorf noted that the
wearing of the chinstrap insures
maximum head protection. He
stated, "A loose helmet doesn't
give full protection." The purpose
of the mouth guard requirement,
he added, is to "lessen the chance
Any player not wearing a
mouth guard or chinstrap in the
upcoming season will not be al-
lowed to participate in the game.
This rule might, however, inter-
fere with both offensive and de-
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fensive signal calling. A quarter-
back's audible signals at the line
of scrimmage might be garbled
by the mouth guard resulting in
mayhem for the offense. A de-
fensive signal caller may encounter
the same problem of communica-
tions if he should try to maneuver
his defense vocally at the line of
A number of ' rules concerning
substitution also will be introduced
this fall. An unlimited number of
substitutes will be allowed to enter
the game at one time. The rule!
specifically states, "Any number
of legal substitutes for either team
may enter game between periods,
after a score or try, or during the
interval between downs."
Th: previous rule allowed only
two substitutes to enter game at
Waldorf felt that this rule was
enacted "particularly for small
colleges to use their smaller
squads to greater advantage."
Another substitution rule requires
that substitutes must enter game
from the team area and leave the
game to his team's side of the
field. According to the committee
chairman, this rule is employed to
stop past practives of players
exiting and entering the game on
successive downs from either side
of the :field iii order to catch a
shifting defense off guard.
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it's filled with Swingline Tot
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Daily sports staff are now inoperative. We knew nothing of the plans
to give away a Mr. Pizza pizza every week to the winner of our
contest. However, we accept full responsibility for this act. We must
now get on with the urgent business of getting this week's picks in
by midnight Friday. Honk if you think he's guilty.
1. MICHIGAN at Iowa (pick
2. Minnesota at Ohio State
3. Michigan State at North-
4. Purdue at Wisconsin
S. Illinois at Indiana
6. Colorado at Louisiana State
7. Arkansas at Southern Cal
8. Oklahoma at Baylor
9. Santa Clara at Southern
10. Penn State at Stanford
11. California at Alabama
12. American International at
13. Dakota State at Bemidji St.
14. Temple at Boston College
15. Mansfield State at Slippery
16. New Mexico State at New
17. Utah State at Texas Tech
18. Bowling Green at Syracuse
19. Lock Haven State at
20. Beeley Street Prophets at
New York, N.Y. 10016
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Butkus tackles rumors
Dick Butkus, perenniel All-Pro linebacker of the Chicago Bears,
will be in the starting linebacker position for his team's NFL
opener against Dallas Sunday. The announcement squashed previous
rumors that had Butkus sidelined with a knee injury.
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If you missed the chance to have your blood lipids checked,
evaluations will still be done Sept. 13-14 and Sept. 17-21 from
8:00-10:30 a.m. at the Health Service. And it is still FREE. The
test helps identify persons with elevated serum lipids (a risk
factor in heart disease) and it will offer facilities for control
of hyperlipidemia (an abnormally high concentration of lipids
in the blood) and help find subjoets-Wiling to participte in
studies of the cause, of'hyperlipidemia.
Interested students should call 764-8320 or stop by. theHealth
Service -Information Desk for an appointment. You must fast 12-
14 hours before your appointment. When you arrive for your
exam, pick up a short medical history form from the Information
Desk, and proceed to the third floor conference room for testing.
to elect a steering committee
and plan fall actions
2 p.m. to
Nothing's hapiening, right? Just a lot of useless reading to do.
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(that's the Daily) and say hi. You don't have to be a journalism
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