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Thursday, September 23, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Wolverine

Phillies
lead
Manny Trillo safely slides
home, helping the Chicago Cubs
defeat the pennant - contending
Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-1. Coupl-
ed with Philadelphia's defeat of
St. Louis, the Pirates now trail
the Phillies by six games in the
National League East.
In the American League West,
Oakland stayed alive by trounc-
ing division - leading Kansas
City 11-1. The A's still have a
long way to go, however, as the
Royals hold a six game edge.
New York will have to wait a
day or two longer before break-
ing out the champagne, as the
second-place Orioles swept the
Yankees "in a twi-night double- r
header. Oriole ace Jim Palmer
notched his 22nd victory by
shutting out New York in the
first game.
VA
Fem--ale trc
By CINDY GATZIOLIS
Trivia fans, name the only Big Ten
school that does not presently have a
women's track team. Give up? The answer
is the University of Michigan.
Efforts on the part of women in track
to be recognized as a varsity squad have
been futile in the past. Finally, this year
hopes are high and justifiably so, as the
women have again instigated action.
THOSE WHO HAVE suffered the most
because of this are the girls who want to
run track. Amy Goldwater Mills came to
the University of Michigan campus while
she was in high school and specifically
asked about a women's track team. An
athletic official told her that the University
had one, when in actuality, only the Ann
Arbor AAU club existed.
Two years ago, according to Mill
women requested a varsity team, b! -
stead they received money for an IM club.
Track women attempted to gain varsity

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recorai
By ERROL SHIFMAN
"They must sell more tickets
than they have seats!"
"They pack us in like sardines
just to make more money!"
These cries are heard often on.
football Saturdays in Michigan
Stadium. Attendance announced
at 105,543 (the stadium and
NCAA record set against Ohio
State last year) when capacity
is 101,701, tends to make people
wonder what's going on.
According to Assistant Ath-
letic Director Charles Harris,
the University sells only 101,-
701 tickets. That leaves almost
4000 people unaccounted for.
Where are they?
Like most schools, Michigan
annonces attendance as total
people in the stadium, not just'
paid attendance. Those extra
4000 include players, visiting
band members, press, photog-
raphers, employes and VIPs.
But no, you are not sharing
your seats with these people, at
least not all of them.
The press box and photo plat-
form are capable of holding ap-
proximately 500. The field could
possibly hold another 800. The

gnu iautenaance expeewac
number of employes varies, but Many students (who pay $3 Michigan led the nation and' coming) and Illinois.
on big days approaches 2000. to attend) don't think about the set an NCAA record last year Nice weather and the con-
The remaining 700 are scat- prestige factor-they are there by averaging 98,449 per home tinued good play of the Illini
tered over the stadium grounds, for a good time. game. The Athletic DepartmentRand Gophers would insure a
but there are not enough of Close to 85 per cent of the is striving for the magic 100,000 record-breaking year.
them to cause a seating problem. campus student body purchases average and have a strong As usual, this year's edition
No standing room tickets are season tickets for the Saturday chance of hitting that mark this' of Michigan football has some-
sold because the Athletic De- madness. The partying and year. thing for everyone: fun and
partment feels that if everyone boozing add to the enjoyment of j With 101,337 and 103,741 al- parties for many students,
many who couldn't care less ready logged and sellouts in number-one football for the avid
about watching the Wolverines for Wake Forest (Band Day) fan and high attendance and
6orrecLiOn1 score almost a point a minute. and Michigan State, all that's: lots of revenue for the Athletic
The column appearing on In order to obtain the party needed is an average of 96,000 Department.
page nine of yesterday's setting, many students desire for Navy, Minnesota (Home- Who needs comfort?
Daily regarding the Intra- to sit with friends. This ran-
mural Sports buildings con- dom seating facilitates havig
tained several errors. There a good time but throws the
are 20 courts at the new cen- seating out of whack.
tral campus IM facility: 14 This is the prime cause of the
for handball, paddleball and ever-present overcrowding and
racquetball, and six for forces many to sit on the nearest
squash. aisle step instead of hassling E -- .---~ ~
In addition, the IM sports someone over their correct seat.
building at State and Hoover The relatively hassle-free seat- The midnight Friday deadline is rapidly approaching for this
has 24 courts total: 14 for ing policy and the performance' week's Gridde Picks. Get your selections to 420 Maynard to be
handball, paddleball and of the Wolverines so far this eligible for the one-item pizza from Pizza Bobs.
racquetball, and ten for year have skyrocketed Michigan'
sqas ls nteecrec atednc.1) Navy at MICHIGAN 10) Washington State at
squash. Also, the correct ;attendance. (iksoe icni
-(Pick score) Wicnn
n'nmber of courts in the --- 2) Missouri at Ohio State 11) California at Arizona St.
North Campus Recreation ' ~, r 3) USC at Purdue 12) The Citadel at Furman
Bdng is eve fieor S CO R E 4) Western Michigan at Min. 13) South Carolina at Georgia
handball, paddleball and rac- I !I nesota 14) Tennessee at Auburn
Fetball, and two for sqttash. MAJOR LEAGUE BAsEBALL 5) Baylor at Illinois 15) Miami, Fla. at Colorado
Finally, The IM hotline tele. M6) Michigan State at N.C. 16) San Jose St. at Stanford
phone number is 763-0050. Anmerican League State 17) Texas A&M at Houston
_________________________ Cleveland 3, KDetaso0
Oakland 11, Kansas City 1 7) Notre Dame at Northwest-: 18) Virginia at Duke
could get into games like Baltimore 2-5, New York 0-2 ern1 19) Princeton at Rutgers
Ohio State, the prestige of Boston 6, Milwaukee 3 8) Indiana at Washington 1 20) DAILY LIBELS vs. Busi-

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IRSITY STATUS SOUGHT
acksters awai~t
status again last fall. The long range plan- Thomas)
ning committee met on the subject, but range comr
decided to wait and see how many girls for the dela
participated. Mills pointed out though that the issue la
"it's hard to keep people motivated when to the conc]
there's no structure or meets." Several when memb
women gave up as a result. group begat
THE PROCEDURE for recognition be- ment of An
gins with an advisory committee composed track woma
of four faculty members, student mem- THE NEV
bers and one impartial member. From Virginia Hu
there the petition goes to the long range tion is agai
planning committee. If the proposal is already pas
still alive, its next foe is the Borden Con- mittee and
trol of Intercollegiate Athletics which has the long ra
been the dead end of earlier petitions. will meet or
Money, contrary to what some might Hunt feel
assume, has not been a barrier in the have a wo
acquisition of a women's track team at would stror
Michigan. A financial problem would only that althou3
arise after the team formed if the money couragemen
allocated to them could not support the stand by th
squad. round and t

ruling,
Anton, chairman of the long'
nittee, speculated on the reason
ay. When the board considered
st year, they apparently came
Lusion that interest was dying
ers of a temporarily organized
m to drop out. The disillusion-
my Mills is one example of a
n who gave up her struggle.
V WOMEN'S Athletic Director,
nt, has stated that considera-
in under way. The petition has
sed through the advisory com-
it is awaiting judgement from
nge planning committee which
n October 2.
s that the University should
men's track team which she
ngly support, but she advises
gh the girls face much dis-
t, it's necessary that they
eir convictions to win this next
he one that follows.

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being there would diminish.
The department also believes
that people who pay seven
dollars to see the game de-
serve some relative comfort.

National League
Philadelphia 9, St. Louis 4
Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 3
Cincinnati 4, San Diego 3
New York 4, Montreal 2
Houston 5, Atlanta 2

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