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By ERNIE DUNBAR
Specal To The Daily
KENT, Ohio - Michigan's
cross country team heads into.
its biggest meetsofar this year
as it competes in the 51st an-
nual Central Collegiate Confer-
ence cross country champion-
ships on Kent State University's
Meadow View Golf course this
The Wolverines return to the
meet as defending champions,
winning the team title last year
in the team's first season in the
Although this is only the
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second year Michigan has
completed in the meet, the
Central Collegiate Conference,
is the second oldest track con-
conference in the country,
dating back to 1926.
Schools which shouldt
shot at the team crown
Michigan, and Western
Rounding out the field
Air Force, Bowling Gree
tral Michigan, De Paul,
State, Kent State, Notre
Pittsburgh, and Toledo.
Once again, Greg Mey
proinent figure in ty
mile, race for the in
title. In five meets th
Meyer has racked up two
Challenging Meyer f
honors will be Pecnn
George Malley. Malie
the record for 10,000r
on KSU's course, cloc
time of 29:01 in a dua
earlier this month.
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"Michigan's got to be the favorite
since they won it last year and
have a strong team returning."
-Penn State cross country
coach Harry Groves
The Harriers have only a
week left until they must de- Giving proof that coaching is necessary for success, the
fend their Big Ten title, and Aichigan soccer team was walloped by Michigan State yes-
Warhurst would like to use the terday, 8-0 under brisk conditions at Ferry Field.
Central Collegiate's meet as a
confidence builder.s Totally dominated the. entire game, the kickers never stop-
"If we can win down here," ed hustling and played far better than the score indicated.
said Warhurst we'll have a lot
more confidence going into, the GOALIE RICHARD MATHEWS; bombarded by over 30 shots
Big Ten. It'll also make other made save after save, but the Spartans never let up and
teams wake up and realize that
we still have a tough team continued firing at the goal.
. r _n i
Dame, the strongest opposition to the me a very good indication of
Wolverine's title hopes, enter- how they'll do on a given day."
yer is a ing the meet with a perfect 5-0 "Groves did say that he felt,
he five' dual meet record. "Michigan's got to be the fa-
dividual But for Lion's coach Harry vorite since they won it last
is year Groves, the CCC meet is just year and have a strong team
course another race. returning."
"This isn't any more im- On the other hand, Michigan
For top portant than any other meet coach Ron Warhurst sees the
rt, we've run this year," said CCC meet as a very important
ytas Groves. "I don't think anyone race for his team.
r has will get 'out of joint over "They (the team) know they
meters winning or losing it." have to put a race together
k ing .Looking at the team chain- soon," said Warhurst, "and
pionshin, Groves s a i d he this is a good week to do it."
couldn't make a prediction on After being hampered by in-
provide Penn State's chances because juries, the Wolverines are in
he hadn't seen enough of the top form heading into the meet.
opposition. "We're as ready as we
"I don't know much about! could be right now," said
anybody out here," said Groves. Warhurst. "This is probably
"I've heard what they can all as healthy as we have been
edy do, but that still doesn't give all season."
NOON ISSUES FORUM
ELECTIONS, ETHICS AND APATHY
MONDAY, NOV. 1
DR. JOHN REED
a Baptist and a U-M Law School Professor
Elections, Ethics and Religion
Moderated by DR. STAN HARBISON
Noon Issues are held in the Pine Room of the Wesley
Foundation attached to the First Methodist Church, State
& Huron. Sack lunches are encouraged. Tea, coffee, etc.,
H OMECOMING '76
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30
to all alumni and to the best football team in the country!
SAE vs. Phi Delta Theta, 10:30 a.m. in the Mudbowl at
the corner of S. University and Washtenaw. Two traditional
powers battle it out, slipping and sliding in what promises
to be one of the big games this year.
WUOM OPEN HOUSE
10 a.m.-2 p.m.-5th floor LSA Bldg. Tours of the studio,
meet favorite radio personalities, free cider and donuts.
UAC's HOMECOMING '76 PARADE
12 noon-The colorful parade of flow and cars will leave
the Michigan Union at 12 Noon and proceed down State
St. and turn right onto Hoover. It will be met by the Mich-
igan Marching Band at Revelli Hall and then it s on to
the Stadium! Prizes for the best float will be given
HOMECOMING '76 FOOTBALL
MICHIGAN vs. MINNESOTA for the Brown lug!
Kickoff: 1:30 pm, LET'S GO BLUE!!'
Disco down in the Union Ballroom from 9 p.m.-1 a.m. 50c
cover at the door. Beer and Wine coolers. Costume and
Dance Contests! Win a dinner for two! Music by Profes-
sional Disco Service. Step Out! (in a costume, if you like')
even if we have lost three of
our top five to injuries."
Now that the harrier's are
into the pressure part of
theirdseason, Warhurst has
decided to try some psycho-
logical warfare on the oppos-
Reachinginto .a box before
he left the meet yesterday,
Warhurst pulled out seven pair
of yellow shorts to give to his
Throughout the year, the
team has competed in navy
blue shorts. But over the last
few years, the Wolverines have
won two Big Ten cross-country
chamnionships, two Notre
Dame Invitationals, plus the
Big Ten indoor and outdoor
titles in yellow shorts.
Even though the harriers
will have on their lucky
shorts, the team will still
need fine performances from
the lower half of the team to
win the meet.
Sophomore Bruce McSee,
innior Mark Foster, freshman
Dan Heikkinen and sophomore
Doug Sweazey will all be count-
ed on to place high for Michi-
The team will also need good
performances from top runners
Meyer, Steve Elliott, and Bill
Nov. 5&6 8:30pm
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of the Shrew
"&as4y, .kyvus,& Fun,"
a,. , at ; ;M f
Ian Cath a sophomore from Vienna, Va., was blocking
,asses and shots all over the field and received able assist-
ance from captain Bob Zack at the fullback position, but it
MSU scored at 5 minutes on a goal by Ed Randel from
his right wing position. Robbie Back scored his first of two
goals heading in a corner kick by Randal at the 12 minute
PAUL SAAM, who played an outstanding game at forward
'ired the lone Blue shot of the game on a direct free kick
at the 25 minute mark. It was stopped on a fine save by MSU's
onesome goalie Gary Wilkinson.
The Spartans scored on two penalty kicks, and seemed al-
ways to have the proper position on the Michigan players.
All free balls were controlled by MSU and Mathews was div-
ing all over to make the saves.
MSU coach Ed Rutherford called the booters, "A courage-
>us bunch of kids who have done remarkably well under the
,ircumstances they have been working. They conducted them-
selves as gentlemen the whole game, and they weren't malici-
ous after they fell behind."
Rutherford, an assistant football coach under Duffy Daugh-
arty in the 60's continued, "They should be proud of them-
selves, with the proper coaching and organization Michigan
would have a fine team." -JEFF FRANK
Suns burn Bulls
CHICAGO - Garfield Heard scored 11 of his 23 points in the
final qquarter and Curtis Perry snared 19 rebounds last night to
lead the Phoenix Suns to a 95-82 National Basketball Association
victory over the Chicago Bulls.
HEARD, a former Bull, helped choke off a fourth-quarter
rally with three archingjumpers in a 48-second span. Mean-
while, ex-Bull Dennis Awtrey kept the lid on Chicago's 7-foot-2
Gilmore led the Bulls with 15 points. Rookie Tom Kropp add-
ed 12. Heard and Westphal were the high scorers for the Suns,
who posted their first victory of the season after three losses.
Perry contributed 17 points.
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The women's tennis tri-
meet between Michigan,
MichiganState and Purdue
starts at 9:00 a.m. today at
the Track and Tennis build-
ing. The Daily incorrectly
reported yesterday that the
meet began at 10:00 a.m.
Battle resumes for Big Two;
Little Eight fight for third
PD. POL. ADv.
Prosecutor Fails To Show
For Court-Cases Dismissed
FILE No. CR15697: Defendant charged with larceny.
Prosecutor failed to show for court-CASE DISMIbSrU.
FILE No. CR15497: Defendant charged with malicious
destruction of a building and illegal entry. Prosecutor
failed to show for court-CASE MISSED.
FILE No. CR15909: Defendant charged with larceny.
Prosecutor failed to show for court-CASE DISMISSED.
FILE No. CR15704: Defendant charged with malicious
destruction of property. Prosecutor failed to show for
FILE No. CR15868: Defendant charged with larceny.
Prosecutor failed to show for court--CASE DISMISSED.
FILE No. CR15861: Defendant chargedcas a disorderly
person. Prosecutor failed to show for court-CASE DIS
FILE No. CR12911: Defendant charged with larceny.
Prosecutor failed to show for court-CASE DISMISSED.
FILE No. CR15926: Defendant charged with accousting
and soliciting. Prosecutor failed to show for court.--
FILE No. CR15848: Defendant charged with larceny.
Prosecutor failed to show for court-CASE DISMISSED.
Incredible? It happened as recently as August 31,
1976. Wasteful? The cost to county taxpayers for this
incompetence is impossible to calculate-courts, po-
lice, court-appointed attorneys, witnesses, and on and
This waste, mi-smanagement and unprofessional conduct
A, k -1
By JAMIE TURNER
It happened again. For the
umpteenthtime, the sportswrit-
ers of the country were told
how this year the Big Two and
the Little Eight would magic-
ally return to that mystical en-
tity called the Big Ten.
As we enter the last month
of the season thehstory is no
different than it has been for
the last eight years. Last.
week's upset of Minnesota by
Iowa left the conference with
two teams with undefeated
league records. If by chance
you have been visiting your
Aunt Bessie in Podunk and
haven't heard, it's still Michi-
gan and Ohio State.
The Buckeyes will try to
stay undefeated this week
when they take on Indiana in
Bloomington. Senior Jim Pa-
centa hopes to continue last
week's second half showing
when he came in for the in-
jured Rod Gerald.
Coach Woody Hayes was
pleased with State's defensive
performance in the Buckeye's
24-3 victory over Purdue.
Indiana is hoping for the
Bucks to come into Blooming-
ton a little flat. That's not like- with 149 yards in 24 carries.
ly to happen though, because Purdue has been beset with
last year Indiana nearly upset a rash of injuries this year, es-
the Bucks before bowing in the pecially to the running corps.
fourth quarter, 24-14. Coach Alex Agase would great-
Hoosier Coach Lee Corso ly like to have anyone healthy
put his team's chances best for today's game since MSU has
when he said, "We think the worst rushing defense in
we're close enough now that the Big Ten.,
if we play up to our capabili- Spartan coach Darryl Rog-
ties for 60 minutes of concen- ers will once again count upon
trated effort, and Ohio State the strong right arm of quarter-
plays under its potential, we back Ed Smith. Smith did not
can win." play in the second half against
Winless Northwestern jour- Illinois last week because of an
neys to Iowa City to battle the injury and if he can't start, Rog-
Hawkeyes, who are coming off ers will go to perennial second-
a big upset over Minnesota last stringer Marshall Lawson.
weekend. The Wildcats were In the flush of their victory
able to snatch defeat from the over Illinois last weekend,
jaws of victory in their last Michigan State pointed with
game when Wisconsin drove pride at the fact that the de-
down the field with a minute fense had not given up a
left in the game to beat the touchdown through the air all
'Cats, 28-25. year. A dubious achievement
Seriously folks, Northwestern at best since State has aver-
did go over 400 yards in total aged 312 yards given up on
offense last week bt will be the ground this year.
hard nressed to do the same Wisconsin visits Champaign-
aeainst a strong Iowa defense. Urbana Illinois to play the Illini
Sibstitite ovairterhack Tom with both teams having iden-
M-L a'ihlin got Iowa moving tical 3-4 records. The Badgers
neninet Minnesota Inst week have an explosive offense led
and Tiawkove roach Bob Corn- by quarterback Mike Carroll,
minas will start MLauehlin the Big Ten's leading passer.
against the Wildcats. rlom- Carroll is ably supported by
,sinus is honeful for tnil back fullback Lawrence Canada who
Th'r1ia Sheelar to rat"rn. HP was moved into 8th place in the all-
, n'vt of the lineun lnst week. If time Wisconsin rushing list.
Towa does win today, it will in- Illinois is still counting on the
sRro Co-min s host s-ason with exnloits of its tailback tandem
the Hawkeves. We led the Hawk- of Chubby Phillips and James
Pves to identical 3-8 recnrds his Cneman. Kicker Dan Beaver
fircf +wo soasons will be trying to add tohis re-
The Roi1e-mko"c hbing cord setting 34 career field
their sljvvkh nffeei into coals, the most in Big Ten his-
nartqn Ct'in" fi"i,"'ino tory.
that maybe the leokv Miehi-
gate State defence is the care- Ii
el for their ills. Good news SC O R E S
for Purdue this week will be - - B
the return of Scott Dierking NBA
to tailback. Last year against Indiana 90, New York Nets 89
hdPhoenix 95, Chicago 82
the Spartans, Dierking had Kansas City 130, San Antonio 102
his best game of the season New Orleans 111, washington 93
This year do it right. We carry full
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PD. POL. ADV
Shirley Burgoyne for Circuit Judge
" Graduate, U. of M. Law School, 1956
" Trial attorney with special interests in crim-
inal and divorce matters
" Author, "Child Custory and the Rule of Com-
mon Sense," published by the Bureau of National
Affairs, August 3, .1976, FAMILY LAW RE-
Vote for the candidate
with positive plans