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fHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 2,1973

Pa~e Eight ~HE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 2, 1913

LAST CHANCIE
~Ends Tuesday
NIEP THROAT

GALS SPORTS HEAD
Hartwig appointed

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By LESLIE RIESTER
"We're number two, but we try
harder!" Michigan number two
in anything? On Monday, Michi-
gan became the second state uni-
versity to appoint a women's ath-
letic director.
This revolutionary idea, bor-
rowed from Michigan State, came
from a recommendation, by the
Committee to Study Intercolleg-
iate Athletics for Women (CSI-
AW).
This committee, formed by
President Fleming last spring,
recommended that Professor
Marie Hartwig of the Physical
Education department be given
administrative authority to run
an intercollegiate program while
the CSIAW finishes its study.
The CSIAW is chaired by Eu-
nice Burns, Executive Assistant
to the Dean of the School of Edu-
cation. The committee's goal is
the Burns Report, containing
recommendations for the creation

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of an operational women's inter-
collegiate program.
Until the CSIAW submits its re-
port to President Fleming some-
time in October, several interim
recommendations were made to
Fleming. Hartwig's appointment
and permission to operate as in-
tercollegiate teams are two of
the suggestions.
Burns expects Fleming will act
as fully as possible on the com-
mittee's final report.
Official recognition of women's
sports culminates a three-year
struggle by women athletes on
this campus. Four years ago wo-
men's sports were cut adrift when
the Women's Athletic Association
disbanded and the P. E. depart-
ment refused responsibility for
the program.
Sports clubs were formed and
women continued to compete
against other universities. Fund-
ing was erratic and administra-
tive details were handled entire-
ly by student managers.
Last spring, the Michigan As-
sociation for Intercollegiate Ath-
letics for Women (MAIAW)
threatened to stop its members
from competing with Michigan.
Fleming formed the Burns com-
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mittee to formulate a program
that would met MAIAW stand-
ards.
At present, there are five
sports - field hockey, tennis,
volleyball, basketball and swim-
ming - which qualify for inter-
collegiate status.
Sheryl Szady, field hockey
manager and committee mem-
ber, says she is operating the
team on the assumption of in-
tercollegiate status.
Szady contends the CSIAW's
report will come too late to have
a telling effect on fall sports.
The problems of funding, fa-
cilities and coaching have not
been resolved by the CSIAW.
Allen Smith, vice-president for
academic affairs has assured the
committee women's intercolleg-
iates will be funded. Mrs. Burns
acknowledged that a figure of
$3,000 had been mentioned, but
she hastened to add that nothing
was definite at this time.
Use of facilities such as Cris-
ler Arena and Matt Mann Pool
has always plagued women ath-
letes. Mrs. Burns said action on
the CSIAW's report would elimi-
nate that problem.
"We (the committee) expect full
cooperation from the Atheltic
Department," said Burns, but she
acknowledged the need for an
impartial coordinator to assure
equitable assignment of facility
use.
Michigan's women athletes re-
acted to the news of their new
status as something that was
long overdue. "We've always
played on the intercollegiate

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level, they just finally decided
to support us," said a basketball
player.
The final format for a women's
intercollegiate program is yet
to come, but it looks like team
members may no longer have to
pay their own way to the game.

Gridde

Pickings

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Big Ten Standings

Illinois
MICHIGAN
Northwestern
Ohio State
Purdue
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan State
Minnesota
Wisconsin

Conference
W L T Pts OP
1 0 0 28 14
1 0 0 31 7
1 0 0 14 10
1 0 0 56 7
1 0 0 14 13
0 1 0 14 28
0 1 0 7 31
o 1 0 10 14
0 1 0 7 56
0 1 0 13 14

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2
3
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2
1
1
0
1
1
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LT
1 0
0 0
2 0
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2 0
2 0
3 0
20
2 0
3 0

Pts OP
65 38
92 17
28 75
93 10
40 57
41 57
33 113
45 56
67 104
54 62

All Games

Two successful point after touchdown attempts- by soccer style
placekicker Garo Greer sparked the Daily Libels to their third con-
secutive shutout victory Sunday, as the Libels defensed their way to
a 14-0 whitewash of the Daily Alumni at Ferry Field.
Libel defenders picked off seven errant Alumni aerials, led by
Pilfer Pyden with two. Happy Hastings and 'Shucker Stuck also
chalked up interceptions in the first half for the Libels, who were
held to a 0-0 tie by the former Libel players.
Three plays into the second half, however, cornerback Lem
Longo stepped in front of an intended Olin-to-Phillipspassand raced
46 yards for the game's initial score. Greer booted the extra point and
the Libels led 7-0.
Lizard Lisull tossed a 14-yarder to Marc "The Stork" Feldman for
the Libels' other touchdown. Greer's PAT cleared the crossbar by
inches and the rout was on.
Lisull and the inimitable TOR were the other interceptors for
the Libels, who advanced to 17th in the national poll.
Chip Papanek was mildly perturbed. "We didn't block, we didn't
tackle, we didn't do anything right," conplained the former Daily
sports editor and Alumni captain. "I guess all my guys were thinking
about getting their picks in to -The Daily at 420 Maynard by inidnight
Friday to win that free Mr. Pizza pizza (which, incidentally, was won
last week by Dave Crichton of 2068 Pauline)."
The Libels sorely missed the services of guard Rajah Rossiter,
sidelined with a foot injury, but hope for his speedy recovery in time
for the Libels' next scheduled challenge by the Technics from the

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1. Oregon at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2. Michigan State at Notre Dame
3. Washington State at Ohio State
4. Nebraska at Minnesota
5. Stanford at Illinois
6. Indiana at West Virginia
7. Arizona at Iowa
8. Ohio U. of Northwestern
9. Duke.at Purdue
10. Wyoming at Wisconsin

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20.

Penn State at Air Force
Holy Cross at Dartmouth
North Carolina at N.C. State
Colorado at Iowa State
Missouri at Southern Methodist
Utah at UCLA
Georgia at Alabama
Texas Christian at Arkansas
Kent State at Western Michigan
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3. Alabama 6
4. So. California 3
5. MICHIGAN 2
6. Oklahoma 1y.
7. Penn State 3
8. Notre Dame
9. Tennessee
.1110. Louisiana State
11. Oklahoma State
12. Arizona State
13. Texas
14. Houston
15. Missouri
16. UCLA
17. tie Miami, Fla.
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18. Colorado
19. So. Methodist
20. West Virginia

W-L-T Pts.
2-0-0 1,11s
\3-0-0 897
3-0-0 837
2-0-1 8331/2
3-0-0 741
1-0-1 720%
3-0-0 658
9-0-0 512
3-0-0 475
3-0-0 328
3-0-0 299
3-0-0 163
1-1-0 135
3-0-0 134
3-0-0 101
2-1-0 71
2-0-0 52
3-0-0 52
2-1-0 32
3-0-0 302
3-0-0 30

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