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Friday, October 1, 1976

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Fridy, ctobr 1 ~ 96 TE MCHIGN DILY ageNiI

SPORTS OF THE DAILY

Holida
MIAMI (A) - The Jewish
owner of the Los Angeles Rams in
accused NFL Commissioner se
Pete Rozelle yesterday of de- R
liberately scheduling the Rams gi
to play in Miami at the start of th
Yom Kippur, the Jewish reli-
gious holiday.Y
"It's insensitive, arrogant s
and stupid," Carroll Rosen-
bloom said. "But Rozelle has ul
no sensitivity. Don't forget, he's h
the commissioner who ordered fo
the National Football League to po
play games on the day of Presi- ol
dent Kennedy's funeral." ju
But the National Football iH
League executive denied the
charge. to
The game is scheduled to se
begin in the Orange Bowl at ti
4 p.m. Sunday. Yom Kippur h
begins at sunset and services th
begin at 6:45 p.m. or later at
local synagogues. fi
Carroll, in a Miami News in-v
terview, said "Yom Kippur is v
the one holiday most important
to Jewish people. This is a di
thing that was done with mal- c2
ice aforethought. m

ygam
They said, 'Let's put the Jew
Miami for Yom Kippur and
e how he likes it.' I just know'
ozelle and his stooges were
ggling about it on the day.
ey released the schedule."
Rozelle, reached in New
York, denied any malice in
cheduling.
"We attempt to avoid sched-
ing conflicts with all religious
olidays," Rozelle said. "Un-
rtunately, it is not always
ossible to do so. As an exam-
e, our full schedule of gamesj
st last Sunday fell on Rosh
ashanah.
Many spectators are expected
leave the game early and
everal hundred have requested
i c k e t refunds. Rosenbloom,
owever, said he would attend'
e game.
He called the scheduling "a
inal slap in the face" - the
whole schedule of the Rams
was based on punishing me."
Rosenbloom previously has
iffered with Rozelle, and has
alled for his ouster as com-
nissioner.

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Boolers busy

GRIDE PICKS
LISTEN UP PRE-MEDS, shove aside your Organic and
compete with the rest of the University in this week's Gridde
Picks. With a small one item piza from Pizza Bob's up for
grabs you can afford to slip over to The Daily (420 Maynard)
by midnight tonight and submit your entry. Only one entry per
person. Odds of winning this are better than the ones you're
currently up against anyways. Now, get back to work!

M A D I S O N (A) - Com- The coachless Michigan soc-
plaints are being voiced by cer club will be looking for its
some Wisconsin fans about the first victory in home games
sale of Bucky Badger T-shirts, this weekend with Notre Dame
with an obscene four-letter word and Indiana-Purdue. The games
on them, outside Camp Randall begin at 7:30, Friday and Satur-
Stadium on football Saturdays. day nights, on the tartan turf
Wisconsin Athletic Director of Ferry Field.
Elroy Hirsch said angry fans
asked him to do something In last week's opener, Kala-
about the sale of such shirts by mazoo took control and post-
private vendors. He said he Inesd. a 2-0 Thewindef over the played well
turned the matter over to Capt. n
Robert Hartwig of the Univer- in the opener as it did last
sity of Wisconsin Protection and year. With junior Jeff Boudin
Security. and sophomore Richard Mat-
Hartwig said he discussed the thews mannings thenets, the
matter with street vendors at goals had to be earned.
the Washington State - Wiscon- The defense of junior cap-
sin game last Saturday. tain and acting coach Bob
One explained he was "a Zach, Ian Cath and Mike Moritz
man of principles," Hartwig kept the high-scoring Kazoo at-
said. "He said he didn't have tack at bay. But the offense of
any T-shirts with the obscene Javier Pamirez, Ralph Schwag-
word in children's sizes. er, Dave Sitton and Thor
Hartwig asked Dane County er ave Sutonan Tr
Dist. Atty. Humphrey Lynch Fedorowycz could only muster
for guidance. Lynch's office three shots. A better showing
said it was studying the matter. will be needed this week.

1) Wake Forest at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2) UCLA at Ohio State
3) Arizona at Northwestern
4) Texas A&M at Illinois
5) N.C. State at Indiana
6) Iowa at USC
7) Wisconsin at Kansas
8) Notre Dame at Michigan
State
9) Miami, Ohio at Purdue

10) Minnesota at Washington
11) Alabama at Georgia
12) Auburn at Mississippi
13) North Carolina at Missouri
14) Florida at LSU
15) SMU at Memphis State
16) Oregon St. at Syracuse
17) Temple at Delaware
18) New Mexico at Colorado St.
19) Air Force at Kent State
20) DAILY LIBELS vs. Navy
VR's

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Notre Dame and Indiana-Pur-
due are two of the easier teams
on the booters' schedule, but
one cannot triumph without
control of the middle of the
field. Onofrio Mistretta, Chip
Fowler and Brian Wilson take
care of those chores. Substi-
tutes Steve Kelly and Steve 01-
son will spell the starters.
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By CINDY GATZIOLIS
The Michigan women's tennis team will carry
a perfect record to Kalamazoo this afternoon
to face the netters from Western Michigan
University.
Leading Michigan's attack at the number one
singles spot will be sophomore Barbara Selden
with Kathy Karzen playing in the second posi-
tion. Selden defeated Karzen in an earlier
"ladder match" which determines the position
of players. Coach John Atwood felt that Selden's
victory over Karzen indicated the number one
player "must be getting her game together."
The women have performed flawlessly in their
first two matches, smashing both Henry Ford
Community College and Eastern Michigan by
9-0 scores.
Atwood knew of only one member of the
opposing team, number two singles Lynn Ber-
nadette, and commented that Karzen should
have no difficulty handling her.

"WOMEN ON THE team this year are havingt
to put up with a lot," Atwood stated. "They'res
being patient about it and in some respects
enjoying it too.
"They have got a fanatic for a coach and the
fanatic wants the women to be there every
day and on time - to rearrange their schedules,
to eat meals later, and to struggle for time."
THE PROGRAM IS serious, funded and re-
spected, and the women appreciate that fact.
They receive adequate court time, equipment
and care by the coach.
Atwood's program is set up so that the learn-
ing never ends. Every singles match is charted.
When a member is not starting, she sits court-
side and tabulates how the points were won or
lost, the mistakes made on the forehand and
the backhand, and how good the serves were.
AFTER A MATCH, each player must submit
a short essay on the strategy she used, and
any alternatives that could have worked better.

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