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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 21, 1976

For First Year
Students
and
Underclass
Students
PRE-MEDICALi (Health
Sceces)
INFORMATION MEETING
CA RE E R
Mon. Sept. 27-4:00 p.m.
OR
Tues. Sept. 28-7:30 p.m.
Planning t
Placement Auditorium B, Angell Hall

SEASON OPENS SATURDAY
Ruggers ready to go
By TOM SHINE an undefeated season is expect- Angelo Tocco at 763-6571. All
While the student body and ed. Sixteen members from last new members will play in at
cal sports media laud every spring's team, whose only loss least one game.
ove of the mighty Wolverine was against Minnesota in the
otball team, another powerful Big Ten finals, are returning.
quad representing the univer- Of these 16, seven were mem- RUGBY SCHEDULE
ty, Michigan's Rugby Football bers of the Midwest Rugby Un- DATE TEAM LOCATION
lub, will quietly open its sea- ion all-star team and one, Al
on this week. Markman, was named to the Na-i 9-25 Kalamazoo Ann Arbor
Captain Angelo Tocco. in his tional all-star team. . 10-2 Michigan Tourney Detroit

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fourth year of competition, is
"expecting really big things"
as the ruggers begin their sec-
ond year in the Michigan Rug-
by Union by hosting Kalamazoo
this Saturday. The "B" game
is scheduled to start at ten
o'clock at Wines field with the
"A" game immediately follow-
ing.
TOCCO IS obviously optimist-
ic yet remains cautious of the
team's chances for success. "I
said last fall we would go un-

Going undefeated, however,
maybe a little tougher than it
seems. Notre Dame, Kent State,
and the Cleveland Grays will
provide stern tests for Michi-
gan.
THOUGH admission to the
matches is free, most of the'
spectators, if any at all, con-
sist of curious people who have
stopped on their way to the
football game. But, according
to Angelo, this doesn't really
botherthetam.

10-9
10-16
10-23
10-30
11-6
11-20

M.S.U. Ann Arbor
Notre Dame Notre Dame
Cleveland Grays Cleveland,
Flint Flint
Kent State Ann Arbor
Ohio State Ohio State

defeated but we had a lot of W
injuries and we finished 7-4. If "We know there isn't any rec-
normation onCourse aninngwe can avoid a large number ognition and with the physical!
Medical School Requirements, Cre- of injuries, we should go unde- punishment your body takes,
feated." you just have to love the
dentials, Prospects for Admission when glancing over the team's game."1
- - ------- --j-roster, it is easy to see why The Rugby Club is still in
'search of members and if you!
are interested, go to Ferry field,
any Tuesday or Thursday night
between 8:30 and 10:30 or call
TUESDAYS from 8 to 104p.m.
of
Our abundant society is at present simply deficient in many of the most elemen- Reduced Rates
tary objective opportunities and worthwhile goals that could make growing up
possible. It is lacking in enough good work. It is lacking in honest public speech, Iday & Wednesday
and people are not taken seriously. It is lacking in the opportunity to be useful. It
thwarts aptitude and creates stupidity. It corrupts the fine arts. It shackles Open 1..
science. It dampens animal ardor . .. it dims the sense that there is a Creation. It
has no Honor. It has no Community."M C igan Union
Paul Goodman in Growing Up Absurd . M c gn U io
Paul Goodman, who died in 1972, wrote over twenty full length works and
hundreds of shorter ones-educational phil,.sophy, social criticism, psychological
theory and theraputic techniques, literary criticism, architecture and city plan- RUDOLF STEI
ning, poetry, novels, short stories and plays.
A StudLibrary and RE
A study group will meet each Tuesday at Canterbury House to consider his 1923 Geddes Aes
ideas and how to use them. All welcome. Students will be assisted in arrang-
ing credit if desired. For more information call 665-0606.
with its collection of the works
literature relating to Anthropos
FIRST MEETING TUESDAY, SEPT. 21st at 8 P.M, Steiner's educational methods
schools and in special schools f
( be
CANTERB1URMY 1OUSE UESIAOPEN TO THE
WEDNESDAYS........
218 N. DIVISION STREET THURSDAYS..........
corner f Catherine and Division SATURDAYS ..........
Closed on leg!
Telephone: 6

Soccer
opener
caincelled
Michigan's soccer team
got off to an inauspici-
ous start when their first
opponent, Eastern Michi-
gan did not appear for
their scheduled game.
It appears as if the
Hurons were never in-
formed of the contest. A
communications mix - up
between the team and
Michigan's club sports de-
partment seems to be the
problem.
Bob Zach, captain of
the team, stated that it
was his understanding
that the I.M. department
was to have contacted
E.M.U.
Dr. John Reznik, official
in the club sports program
responded that he was un-
aware of any request by
the team to call E.M.U.,
but if there was a mis-
take he said, it won't hap-
pen again.
NER HOUSE
eading Room
nue, Ann Arbor
of Rudolf Steiner and other
ophy, including books about
widely used in Waldorf
or exceptional children, will
PUBLIC ON

Hicks honiored
Michigan safety Dwight Hicks underwent surgery yesterday to repair a ruptured tendon
in his left ring finger and will be out from four to six weeks, Coach Bo Schembechler
confirmed yesterday. Hicks, shown here returning a Stanford punt, was named Big Ten
defensive Player of the Week by the Associated Press for his outstanding game against
the Cardinals. Hicks intercepted one pass, broke up three others, saved a touchdown, forc-
ed a fumble and made five soo tackles. He was named Michigan's Defensive Champion
of the week. The junior from New Jersey siffered the hand injury in the opener against
Wisconsin, but surgery was postponed until after the Stanford contest. With Hicks out of
the lineup, Jim Pickens will move to safety, with Derek Howard taking Picken's halfback
spot. Jerry Zuver will start at wolfman.
Michigan moves to top spot*
Illinois breaks into UPI poll

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Michigan's 51-0 rout of Stan-
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first place votes from the UPI1
board of coaches yesterday and
pushed them past Ohio State
into the No. 1 ranking among
the major college football'
teams.
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Ohio State was named on five
first place ballots and regis-
tered 335 points after its slim
12-7 victory over Penn State.
Pittsburgh moved up a
notch to third place on the
strength of a 42-14 triumph
over Georgia Tech. The Pan-
thers drew four first place
votes and 304 points.
UCLA, with a single first
place vote, dropped one rung to
fourth place with 295 votes,
while Oklahoma remained fifth
with 262. Nebraska, with the
only other first place vote from
the 42 coaches, moved up two
spaces to sixth.
Illinois, by virtue of its 31-6
upset of Missouri, became the

third Big Ten team in the top
20, breaking in at 14. Missouri,
meanwhile, dropped completely
out of the poll after being nam-
ed sixth last week.
The ratings were expected
to show Michigan ahead of
Ohio State and rated first in
the nation after the Wolverines'
jimpressive 51-0 romp over
Stanford but Schembechler
downplayed the poll's import-
anice.
"I'm telling them they're not
that good," Schembechler said.
"But I don't tell them there's
anyone better, either. I don't
know that much about football,
really I just can't tell this. ear-
ly in the year."
Bo was speaking at a luncheon
for newsmen at Weber's Inn in
Ann Arbor.

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Wed., Sept. 22 4:15 p.m. Aud. "A" Angell Hall
"CATHOLICS"
-a fictional filmed drama of confrontation
between the old and new, the traditional vs.
some tomorrow-world of ecumenism and mili-
tance for social reform. Raises pognantly the
serious question of Authority in the church.
"CATHOLICS" - "The Abbey is on a craggy, gorse-
strewn island off the coast of County Kerry, Ireland . .
Catholics from all over the world, who also reject the new
image of the Church, flock to Ireland by the thousands
to witness and reaffirm their beliefs. To Rome, this is not
only a public relations embarrassment but near-hearsay
Clattering onto the island by helicopter comes a young
priest from Rome, casual in a Castroesque battle jacket,
a Plenipotentiary with full powers from the Vatican's
Father General. He bears orders to the monks to cease and w
desist, or else."
Thur, noon-brown bag lunch & discussion-lounge
3204 MICHIGAN UNION{

The Top 20
NEW YORK (UPI)-The 1976
United Press International
Board of Coaches top 20 college
football teams with first place
votes in parentheses.
Team Points
1. MICHIGAN (31).............405
2. Ohio State (5)..............355
3. Pittsburgh (4).............. 304
4. UCLA (1)..................295
5. Oklahoma.................. 262
6. Nebraska (1).................151
7. Georgia....................135
8. Maryland ................... 98
9. Texas A&M.....86
10. Penn State .................. 58
11. Arkansas....................47
12. Kansas.....................35
13. Alabama .................... 28
14. Illinois. .................. 21
15. (tie) Southern California ... 9
(tie) LSU. .............. .9
17. Boston College..............7
18. North Carolina6..............6
19. (tie) Texas Tech3.............3
(tie) Florida I ....3

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HEBREW FOR BEGINNERS ............Mon. & Weds., 7-8:30 p.m.
INTERMEDIATE HEBREW .................. Mon., 8:30-10 p.m.
HEBREW SPEAKING CLUB ................. Thurs., 7-8:30 p.m.
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