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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Soturdoy, September 6, 1975

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 6, 1975
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54 BUCKEYES SCARE STOLZ
Big Ten awaits travel ruling

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U-M STUDENTS*
The University's Enrichment Program offers
you the opportunity to take courses during
Fall Term in the Practical and Vocational
Arts at the Washtenaw Community College
Campus. This Fall's course selection includes j
Auto Services, Welding, Typing, Black Art,
Carpentry, Photography, etc.

From Wire Service Reports
Big Ten schools will revert to
their traditional 54-man football
travel squad limit if a federal
court ruling disallowing the
NCAA's new 48-man limit is up-
held, according to conference
officials.
The NCAA was enjoined from
implementing the regulation by
a U.S. District Court judge
Wednesday in response to a
suit filed by the University of
Alabama. The judge said he felt
the proposed roster limitations
would violate the spirit of the

conference's "fair competition"
bylaws.
A statement from the officeE
of Big Ten Commissioner
Wayne Duke said: "It is our
understanding that on Monday
the NCAA will make a deter-
mination whether to ask for
a stay order of the federal
judge's ruling concerning
home and travel squads, or
appeal the ruling to the cir-
cuit court of appeals.
"If there is no stay order or
an appeal is denied, the con-
ference will revert to its own
travel squad rule of 54 persons
and adhere to the 60-man home
squad limit as prescribed by the
NCAA rules."
The home squad limit has also
provoked controversy among
conference coaches. The coach-
es reportedly feel it unfair to
dress only 60 of the 90-odd play-
ers who participate in practices.
.asmsim...anesan

While most coaches will wel-
come the opportunity for added
road depth, Michigan State
Coach Dennis Stolz feels the
roster increase may hurt his
team.
"That (the roster increase)
has definitely got to help Ohio
State," Stolz said as his team
prepared to meet the defending
Big Ten co-champion Buckeyes
in East Lansing next weekend.
"Woody Hayes would have
had to make some key deci-
sions about personnel he'd be
bringing for the game if he
could only have brought 48
players," Stolz said. "Now
that decision will be easier if
he can add 12 more players."
Stolz said he doubted MSU
would travel with 60 players be-
cause of previous commitments
for plane space. He said the rul-
ing was "just exactly the oppo-
site" of the approach Big Ten
schools were using to save
money.
"It just floors me that we
spent all this time trying to save
money and now it looks like it's
going to cost more," Stolz said.
Stolz isn't theonly Big Ten
coach fretting over the upcom-

ing conference openers. Wiscon-
sin Coach John Jardine said his
players are easing up in prac-
tice to avoid injuries for the
Badgers' contest against the
other conference co-champion,
Michigan.
"Intensity was not good," Jar-
dine said of recent Badger prac-
tices. "Nobody wants to get hurt
with the Michigan game only a
week away."
Star Badgertailback Billy
Marek, who has had no con-
tact since bruising his collar-
bone August 25, will feel his
first bruises of 1975 against
the Wolverines, as Jardine
doesn't plan any more contact
drills in pre-opener practices.
The Maize and Blue already
know enough about Marek, Wis-
consin's chief ground threat the
past few years, but they may
still see some new wrinkles
next weekend. Jardine devoted
Thursday's practice - which
was closed to all spectators, in-
cluding newsmen - to the kick-
ing game, including some fake
kick plays.
"We didn't want to let every-
one know exactly what we were
doing," Jardine said.t r

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BILLBOARD

The Michigan women's in-
ter-collegiate tennis team will
hold a meeting Monday at
4:00 p.m. in room 22 of Water-
man Gym. Coach Carmen
Brummet asks that all pros-
pective players attend. The
deadline for tryout entries is
Monday at 5:30 p.m.
The Michigan hockey team
is looking for a few good men.
Anybody interested in becom-
ing a student manager for the
Wolverine dekers should con-
tact coach Dan Farrell per-
sonally or call him at 663-
2411. Prospective managers
should plan to have free time
from 3 to 6 in the afternoon,
daily.
There will be a meeting for
the 1975-76 varsity Michigan
Men's T e n n i s Team on
Wednesday, September 10th at
4 pm in the basement of the
Athletic Administration Build-
ing, corner of State and Hoov-
er. Anyone interested in try-
ing out for the team should!
attend.

Libels call meeting;e
[ooking for recruits
Daily Libel head football coach Fielding H. Deming ex-
pressed concern yesterday over the lack of new recruits for the
1975 season.
"We just can't expect the remains of last year's team to
do the job," said Deming after yesterday's workout, which no one
bothered to attend. "I haven't seen anyone who can spark this
team on to victory the way Feldman and Hastings did last year."
In 1974, the Libels finished undefeated for the 85th straight
year, in large part due to the performance of the peerless
passing combination of Marc Feldman-to-George Hastings.
The two All-Americans graduated, however, leaving coach
Deming a substantial rebuilding job.
So The Daily Sports Staff is looking for new people. If you
are the least bit interested, come to the meeting Sunday at
7:00 pm at the Daily, 420 Maynard. We need all the people we
can get. There are no prerequisites, no experience is necessary,
and no special skills are needed. Don't hesitate-at least check
it out to see if you'd like it.
Anyone with previous experience at quarterback will be es-
pecially welcome.

Another autumn . .
i another IM season
By MARCIA MERKER
MICHIGAN'S REPUTATION as one of the nation's collegiate
sports centers stems not only from its varsity but also its
intramural and recreational sports program. Under the new reign
of Dr. Michael Stevenson, the Department of Recreation, Intra-
mural and Club Sports offers as varied and informal and com-
petitive sports program as ever.
Headquartered in the Hoover Street Sports Building, the
IM Department also utilizes other campus facilities. This includes
the recently renovated Sports Coliseum, Barbour-Waterman Gym-
nasium, Yost Ice Arena, the Multi-Sports Building, Matt Mann
Pool and the Margaret Bell Pool. Not all of these structures are
available for informal recreation but those that are listed below
with their respective opening times.
SPORTS BUILDING
Monday-Friday -8:00 a.m.-11:15 p.m.
Saturday - 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Sunday -1:00 p.m.-11:15 p.m.
IM POOL
(Co-Rec.)
Monday-Friday - 8:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
3:00p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Saturday - 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Sunday - 5:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
SPORTS COLISEUM
Monday-Friday - 9:00 a.m.-11:30 p.m.
Saturday - 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Sunday -1:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
MARGARET BELL POOL
(*women only)
*Monday-Friday 12:10 p.m.-1:10 p.m.
5:10 p.m:-6:10 p.m.
Monday - 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Tuesday -8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Saturday - 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
Sunday - 7:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
BARBOUR-WATERMAN GYMNASIUM
Monday-Friday - 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.
Saturday - 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Sunday - 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Lockers are available in the Coliseum and the Sports Build-
ing to students, faculty and University staff. They may be pur-
chased at the Athletic Administration ticket office, corner of
State and Hoover weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Those interested in playing squash, paddleball, racquetball
and handball are advised to make reservations from 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. the day before play and on Friday afternoon for Saturday,
Sunday and Monday. The only other time to make reservations,
is the day of play and usually the courts have already been re-
served. One can make reservations in person at the IM Build-
ing or by calling 763-1313 for squash or 764-3163 for the other
sports between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m.
In intramural league play, softball begins this week. En-
tries are still being taken in all divisions except fraternity and
residence hall. Contact the Sports Building for independent,
faculty and graduate divisions and the Coliseum for women
and co-recreation divisions as soon as possibl.
Tennis applications for all divisions are also due this week,
along with water polo for residence hall and fraternity leagues.
Mandatory managers meetings are scheduled for the text
few evenings. Monday co-rec and independent managers meet
at the Coliseum, Tuesday residence hal, and Wednesday women.
Fraternity and graduate meetings are Wednesday at the Sports
Building.
WHY WALK FARTHER!
LEVI'S BRAND
Available at
Wild's Varsity Shop
FEATURING:
! Denim Bells 0" Panatella 0 Work Shirts
* Brush Denims 0 PKnis Slaks " Flannel Shirts
* Corduroys " Boot Jeans 0 Denim Jackets
Wild's Varsity Shop
i 311 S. STATE STREET

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WE

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OPEN. From loam to 5pm Saturday.
12 noon to 5pm Sunday.
Both the Ballroom upstairs
and the Cellar downstairs.
Regular hours start Monday:
Weekdays 9-9
Saturday 10-5

ATTENTION
Student Organizations
You must reregister your organi-
zations for Fall '75 and Winter
'76.
Pick up registration forms at
3909 Michigan Union
Any questions contact-
STEVE KELLY
Chairman S.O.B.
OR
JIM REYNOLDS
Director Student Organizations
763-3241

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STUDENTS:

Sunday 12-5
WE HAVE THE
BOOKS YOU NEED.
TEXTBOOKS are in the Union Ballroom, 2nd floor.
PROFESSIONAL BOOKS are downstairs in the basement
of the Union.
MUSIC & ART BOOKS are at the U. CELLAR NORTH
CAMPUS, located in the Commons. Open
weekdays 9-530, Saturdays 9-1.

14 Reasons
to wash and dry clean your
clothing at MR. STADIUM
1. 104 washers & dryers (no waiting)
2. 36 top load washers
3. 24 double load washers
4. 12 triple load washers (Only 50c on our
Tuesday & Friday special)
5. 32 30 lb. clothes dryers
6. 3 dollar bill changers
7. 4 dry cleaning machines (Use our drop-off
service-we do it for you)
8. Air cooled for your comfort
9. Plenty of parking (over 50 spaces)
10. Lots of hot (Miracle Soft) water
11. 2 free clothes steamers (removes wrinkles)
12. Open 24 hours every day
13. Attendant always on duty
14. We guarantee our services.
WHAT MORE CAN WE SAY?
MR. STADIUM
$ Coin Latundry &

The Friendly People at
EVANGEL TEMPLE
ASSEMBLY of GOD CHURCH
Invite YOU to Join them for Worship
Sunday School . . . . 9:45 a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:45 a.m.
Sunday Evening Worship . . 7:00 pm.
Wednesday Evening . . . 7:00 p.m.

FOR INFORMATION OR RIDE CALL:

995-5351

STOP BY

TODAY. Avoid the Monday

FUTURE ROCK PRESENTS:
BOB SEGER
WITH SPECIAL GUEST
JEFF HARVEY

morning rush. We've got
the course book lists to let
you know what you need

Friday, Sept. 12, 1975
BOWEN FIELDHOUSE

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