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uesday, September 27, 1977-The Michigan Daily
Dr. David Noel Freedman *
Director, Program on Studies in Religion"*
Professor of Biblical Studies_
esent an illustrated lecture on:
EB3LA .
The Tablets and Their Significance
(New Archeological Discoveries from Syria)
', SEPT. 34, 1977 2 p.m. Aud. 4 MB *

COACH WARHURST NOT WORRIED
Harriers slow in opener
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Rose.
Bob Scheper ran a strong race with
his 22nd place finish of 20:47,
knocking 17 seconds off his time a
year ago.
Sophomore Dan Heikkinen came
across the line in 20:56 for 27th place
with freshmen Bill Weidenbach and
Gary Parenteau placing 33rd and
35th in 21:07 and 21:09.
Dave Lewis managed 38th place

with a 21:13 clocking and Jack
Sinclair recorded a 45th position at
21:36.
ROUNDING OUT the Wolverines
contingent were freshman Gary Car-
ter in 53rd in 21:50, Jay Anstaett in
61st at 22:03, freshman Brian Gra-
ham at 22:07 for 62nd, Mark Foster in
68th in 22:15 and Eric Burt in 72nd in
22:20.
Most coaches would compare the

Recreational
SPOTS

The Department of Recreational
Sports has these important messages
to pass, on concerning intramural
sports: Entries are due for the
following sports-
September_28
*Badminton - Women's singles
* Badminton - Women's singles
* Racquetball- All - Campus
doubles
* Squash - All-Campus (singles
only)
* Handball-Faculty/Staff singles
September 30
* Tennis - All-Campus, Co-Rec,
and Faculty/Staff
October 3
* Touch Football - Co-Rec, Wo-
men's, Residence Hall, Frater-
nity Independent, Faculty/Staff
and Graduate
* Cross Country - Women's Resi-
dence Hall, Independent, Frater-
nity and Graduate
Play begins in the following sports:
September 27
* Paddleball (doubles) Tourna-
ment, 6:30 p.m., at the Intra-
mural Building, first day for the
All-Campus division.
September 28
* Paddleball (singles) Tourna-
ment, 6:30 p.m., Intramural
Building, Women's division.
September 29
* Badminton (singles) tourna-
ment, 6:30 p.m., Intramural

Building, Women's division.
* Paddleball (doubles) tourna-
ment, 6:30 p.m., Intramural
Building, second day of All-
Campus play.
October 1 & 2
* Tennis (singles) tournament,
8:30 a.m., Palmer Courts
(CCRB) All - Campus division.
For more information, c a 11
763-3562.
The Recreation Department would
also like to pass on these Special In-
terest Recreation announcements:
*The fitness film, "The Weekend
Athlete," will be shown 7 p.m.,
September 28, at the North Campus
Recreation Building. A users pass or
valid student I.D. is required.
*The Advisory Committee on Rec-
reation, Intramural and Club Sports
(ACRICS) will meet Friday, Septem-
ber 30 at 4 p.m. in the conference
room of the Central Campus Recrea-
tion Building. This meeting is open to
the public.
*IM officials clinics; Soccer -
Thursday 9-29, 7:30 p.m. in the
wrestling room; Water polo - Thurs-
day, 9-29, 7:30 p.m. at the IM pool;
Ice hockey - Thursday, 9-29, 7:30
p.m. in the IM boxing room.
*Herb Brown and WillRobinson of
the Pistons will speak in the IM
wrestling room-on Thursday, 9-29, at
9:00 p.m. For more information,
contact Sandy Sanders at 763-1313.

two years' results and begin scratch-
ing their heads to figure out what
they are doing wrong in the 1977
campaign.
But Warhurst presented his usual
carefree attitude in assessing his
team's initial competitive meet.
"I thought overall we ran pretty
good," Warhurst said, following the
race. "I think our slower times are
the result of all the strength work
we've been doing so far this season.
We haven't really begun any speed;
work at this point, and that would:
bring the times down a bit."
One thing that impressed Warhurst
was the competitiveness of his
runners.
"WE WEREN'T FADING toward
the end of the race and everyone was
finishing well," commented War
hurst.
"This will help us later in the:
season since we know that we've
competed, in a race with several
Olympians (Rose, Tony Staynings,
Irwin Wartell) and we didn't getV
crushed, so we should be able to:
handle anyone else," he added.
The Wolverines went into the
Springbank race as defending team
champions, but wound up leaving
Ontario with a fourth place finish)
Michigan totaled 58 points (derivedi
by taking the top three runners) to
champion Mason - Dixon Athletic
Club's total of 13 points, with places
two, four, and seven.
The Toronto Olympic club took
second with 47 points, followed by theC
Great Lakes Track Club with 53
points.
Even though the team failed to-
retain its title, Warhurst said that the1
team aspect of the race was "secon-"
dary to the individual efforts.'"
F!IDDEPICKS1
Last week's winner of that two-T
item, small Pizza Bob's pizza was
Jeff Parsigian who correctly guessed
16 winners of the 20 games. This tied
him with two others, but Parsigian
was closest in picking the score of the
Michigan game. This week's entries
are due by Friday midnight, the prize.:
is the same.
1. Texas A&M at MICHIGAN (pick
score)
2. Syracuse at Illinois
3. Indiana at Nebraska
4. Iowa atUCLA '
5. Michigan .Ste at Notre Dame..
6. Washingon at Minnesota
7. Northwestern at Wisconsin
8. Ohio State at Southern Methodist
9. Wake Forest at Purdue
10. Navy at Duke
11. Georgia at Alabama
12. Kansas at Oklahoma
13. Florida at LSU
14. Washington State at USC
15. Oregon at Stanford
16. Vanderbilt at Tulane
17. Arizona at Wyoming
18. Oregon State at Tennessee
19. Maryland at North Carolina State
20. DAILY LIBELS at Albion Soccer

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