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TMursddy, October 23, 1975


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Thursday, October 23, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven


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(Continued from Page 1) strike past Lynn for the second :...... asWith one away in the sev- Armbrister worked a walk on
Then Bob Montgomery, out of the inning. enth, Griffey walked on four a 3-2 pitch, then Rose rifled a
making his first appearance of But suddenly the Cincinnati ,pitches and Johnson lifted Lee, single up 'the middle, scoring
the Series, batted for Denny southpaw lost his control. a3® who had developed a blister on Griffey with the tying run.
Doyle and hit the first pitch His first three pitches to Rico S po rts his left thumb. Roger Moret When Morgan walked on aul-
to Dave Concepcion at short- Petrocelli were balls but he re- was the reliever and he got other 3-2 pitch, loading the
stop for the second out. covered for two strikes before ' Geronimo on an easy pop up bases, Johnson summoned Jim
That left it all up to old pro surrendering the fourth ball, NIGHT EDITOR for the second out. Willoughby from the Boston
C a r 1 Yastrzemski, long - time forcing in another run TOM DURANCEAU. But then Ed Armbrister bullpen to face Bench. Willough-
hero of the Red Sox. With the' Then Gullett was wide on four came up to pinch hit and by got Bench to foul to catcher
crowd of 35,205 roaring on every straight pitches to Dwight. ........started a game of cat-and- Carlton Fisk, who leaned deep
pitch, the count went to 2-1, Evans, forcing in Boston's third Burleson that looked like an- mouse with Moret. Twice he into the seats behind home plate
then Yaz flied to Cesar Gero- run. It was the fourth walk he other twin-killing. But.Doyle's asked pjmiA t
nimo in center. had permitted in the inning. mirelay was wild leaving Bench Fake plat u e Art to fish out the ball and end the
The Red Sox jumped in front l The Reds' ace recovered to! safe at first. ball and got one of them inning.
in the third inning with an of- strike out Rick Burleson, leav- Perez unloaded on one of thrown out of the game, ap- Pete Rose was voted the
fense built mostly on the wild- ing the bases loaded. Lee's change ups and walloped parently upsetting Moret. Most Valuable Player of the
ness of Cincinnati starter Don 1 Rose opened the sixth with it high beyond the screen atop
Gullett. a single and Morgan flied Fenway Park's left, field wall, Griffey stole second during Series and awarded the car thai
The inning started routinely out. Bench then banged one to pulling the Reds to within one. the sequence. goes with the honor.
with Lee bunting foul on a third-
strike for the first out. But then
Hernie Carbo worked a walk on
a 3-2 pitch.
Doyle, the only player on
either team to hit safely in all
seven series games, rifled a'_

single to right field and Carbo
raced to third.
On Gullett's next pitch, Yas-1
trzemski drilled another sin-
gle to right and Carbo trottedt
home with the game's first
run. Doyle scampered to third1
on the hit and when Griffey1
threw from left to third, Yaz
took advantage and advanced
to second.
With runners at second and4
tat third and only one out Fisk was 1
bt given a walk to load the bases
tory and allow Gullett to face left-
ated handed swinger Fred Lynn.
Gullett slipped a called third1

BOSTON'S CATCHER Carlton Fisk makes a great effort as he snares this pop foul off the1
of Cincinnati's Johnny Bench in the eighth inning of the Reds thrilling World Series vici
over the Red Sox. It was the Reds first World Championship since 1940 when they defea
the Detroit Tigers.

Club sports al
By KATHY HENNEGHAN dealing with sports clubs, notv
Groups t r y in g to organize the least of which is the hier-
sports clubs on campus should archy of University athletics. a
find the going a little easier in "Club sports have the lowest
the future, thanks to new efforts priority on the University level,"o
being made by the University to Gruenwald stated. Intercollegi-a
accommodate them. ate athletics come first, follow-1
This is the first year there has ed by Intramurals and Recrea-e
been an office specifically set tion groups, and sports clubst
aside for club sports. It is head- bring up the rear.I
ed by Dr. Rodney Grambeau, « Even so, Gruenwald saidr
and assistant directors are Fred the University has madet
Gruenwald and Ellen Gould, every honest effort to accom-f
both grad assistants. . modate everybody. No clubg
has been purposely pti
One problem in getting the bads p put in a
office organized, according to Probably the major differences
Gruenwald, is "students' reluc- between intercollegiate athletics a
tance to rely on the Athletic and sports clubs, said Gram-t
Department, because in the past beau, is that "the individual pro-
there has been no one-to rely on.F vides most of the costs of par-c
"The key weakness of club ticipating in club sports, as op-4
sports," said Gruenwald, "is posed to intercollegiate sports,
that they are too much de- where most of the costs are I
dependent on neora two en- taken care of by the school."
thusiastic individuals. If we The office is running on a
can have the groundwork es- budget of around $4,000 thist
tablished, it will be easier to year. "The money we provide'
keep things running. We want doesn't come anywhere near
to operate as a 'clearing covering the expenses involved
house'" in undertaking a sports club
The terms sports club' often: activity," Grambeau was theI
evokes the image of a transi-' first to admit.w
tional stage on the way to the I Whenever possible, however,!
establishment of a varsity team, the office does try to supple-'
but this is only true in a few ment club funds. These funds
cases. There are roughly 35 are not distributed equally, but
clubs in any given year for i according to need, admittedly a
everything from rugby to square subjective judgment.
dancing. ' Important determinants in the
Major sources of participa- allocation of funds are first, the
tion for sports clubs, accord- quality of the program-the cal-
ing to Gruenwald, are those iber of the athletes participat-
who can't meet NCAA eligibil- ing; sheer numbers is not a
ity rules (faculty, staff, and decisive factor. "With very,
grad students for example), very good teams," said Gruen-
individuals interested in a less wald, "unless they can go out
competitive situation than that and play other good teams,
provided by varsity sports, they'll fall apart."
and simply those interested in Another criterion is whether
a relatively minor sport that or not there is duplication of aI
is not offered on the varsity , program at the varsity or intra-
or intramural level. mural level.
The office does not solicit the Areas in which the office
formation of such sports clubs. tries to help are in paying for
"C 1 u b s organize themselves," travel, entry fees (for individ-
said Grambeau. "We work with ual tournaments, or leagues
them from that point on." or organizations clubs need to
Gruenwald concurred: "The be involved with), officials,
University is not here to pro- and some equipment.
vide the means by which to "With most clubs," said
organize them." Grambeau, "we try to establish
Grambeau, Gruenwald, and and give them a ball-park
Gould face many limitations in budget, and they try to live


new nelignise
within that budget." "In the past, there has been
More important than financial some coordination of effort
assistance, however, the office between SGC, the Office of
is trying to provide some form Student Services, and sports
of continuity for the clubs by clubs," he said. "We antici-
assembling files with lists of pate that this coordination will
league officials, names, address- become even stronger in the
es and other pertinent informa- future."
tion. Grambeau, Gruenwald and! Sports clubs presently utilize
Gould work with clubs to assist most University athletic facili-:
in scheduling, reserving facili- ties, but the program "will be
ties for, matches and practices, enhanced a great deal," said
facilitating publicity, and just Grambeau, with the completion
generally taking care of details. of the facilities now under con-
"We're collecting booklets and struction on North Campus, and
information from other schools," on Central Campus next to
said Gould, "to add new ideas Stockwell. Those buildings will
and better our program. We're be occupied in July, 1976 and~
trying to assemble continuing will be ready for the programs!
information on how the teams of September '76.
do-resources for anyone who1 Anyone interested in finding"
wants to come in." out more about club sports on
Theoretically, sports clubs are campus is encouraged to drop:
University clubs, and enjoy cer- by the Intramural Sports Build-
tain rights if they organize ac- ing on Hoover Street, or can!
cording to SGC rules. Dr. Gram- reach Dr. Grambeau, F r e d
beau is working on a liason be- Gruenwald, or Ellen Gould byj
tween the office and SGC. calling 763-1313.

By DAVE WIHAK from this Leamington, Ontario' Farrell is also impressed with But there is no question as to
The Michigan hockey team junior. the pre-season play of sopho- who the main netminding chores
begins a new season this Sat- A junior winger that has more Bill Thayer, Ben Kawa, will fall on. Yes, if it's too good
urday at 7:30 p.m., starting with showed signs of greatness in his and Dan Hoene. to believe, accept it as fact.
the Maize and Blue intrasquad last two seasons, but at times The defensive corps consists! Robbie Moore is back.,
game, and Coach Dan Farrell has skated with lethargy, is Pat 'of two juniors, Greg Natale and The man who won All-Ameri-
promises a team that will be Hughes. Farrell terms Hughes Rob Palmer, and two seniors, can honors as a sophomore, and
Mercurian in speed. ~ his "best, all-around hockey Tom Lindskog and Greg Fox. who probably would have won
"We wanted more quickness, player," and if the Etobicoke Sophomore John McCahill and, the same honors last years ex-
and we've got it," says Farrell. Ontario speed merchant can put freshmen Waymann will be cept for an untimely knee in-
"The recruits we've got at for- it all together, he should easily. strong backups, although Farrell, jury, has perhaps excited fans
ward positions, Bill Wheeler, improve on his scoring total of may go with 5 or 6 blueliners with his acrobatic flare more
Mike Coffman, Dan Cormier, 43 points. this year. than any other Michigan hockey
and Mark Miller; let me tell "We've got what has to beI star. And on the verge of en
in Fr-'consderd a etean dfene,"I tering professional hockey, this
you these kids have jets to ALSO IMPORTANT Far- considered a veteran defense, ould be Moore's glory year.
burn." rell's schemes are two sopho- Farrell commented. "That All in all this could be the
Wheeler is a speedster from more centers Kip Mauer and should be a big plus, but onlyAyeartheaWolverinesgoabe the
Southfield, Coffman hails from Dave, Debol, along with junior+time will tell." ,lte
Ridgefield, Minn.; Cormier is winger Doug Lindskog. "Dave . can best be summed up in a
from Toronto, and Miller is a and Kip are handling the puck RIGHT NOW, a big question
native of Essex, Ontario. well, because they have more mark is goaltending. "We're not subdued, but confident sign
confidence," says Farrell. sure who will be our number iai e lC.H.A. all:
ANOTHER TOP prospect, "Doug is stronger this year, but two goalie - both Frank Zim-"Visualize W.C.H.A. Champs.
John Waymann, is expected to he's playing more aggressive, merman and, Rick Palmer are-
shore up a veteran defensive than in the past." 1 fighting it out."
corps. Unfortunately, a knee in-
jury has sidelined Waymann for s
at least two weeks, but Farrell
is expecting the St. Lambert, IF a g t u g
Quebec native to be ready for~ K
the W.C.H.A. season.
Of course, the mainstay of any By The Associated Press The NFL ruled a month ago
team is the veteran, and with NEW YORK-The World Foot- that any player under contract ^NN -\I I { )I
Farrell's crew, there is no ex- ball League, unable to overcome to a team or league which fold-
ception. the backlash from its horrid ed could be signed prior to 4
Angie Moretto is back in the first season, folded yesterday p.m. on Oct. 28, and Commis-
Maize and Blue uniform for one in the 12th week of its unsuc- sioner Pete Rozelle announcedS
more year, despite the attempts cessful second year. late yesterday that the NFL
of the Toronto Toros of theI "Our decision not to proceed would stick by that decision. -_I
World Hockey Association and is due primarily to our collec-
the California Seals of the Na- tive inability to penetrateW
tional Hockey League to lure ma r k e t s in WFL franchise WHY WALK FARTHER
Big number 7 to the big mul- cities," League President Chris
lah of pro hockey., Hemmeter told a news confer- L VI B D
MORETTO WAS THE leading ence.dAvailable at
MOET A.TElaig.Hmee de halwlscorer on the team, last season, avemageteae thatoalw'ds a sty S o
with 39 goals and 28 assists. a e r a g e attendance of only Varsity
"Angie is faster, and stronger 13,300 per game was causing se- FEATURING:
than he was last year," said vere financial drains on each * Denim Bells 9 Ponatella 0 Work Shirts
Farrell. If such is the case, Mor- franchise.sh Knit Slaks
etto could terrorize the W.C H.A Memphis and Birmingham- -Brush Denims * Boot Jeans * Flannel Shirt
thscould sersorzthe WFL's most successful I Corduroys . Pre-Wash Slaks 0 Denim Jackets
nth seasn mnnth i- franchises - both announcedI
tyAnother key man in the Michi- they would try to retain their W ld's arS yop
gan offense this year, the man V riy S o
Farrell calls "our steadiest per- players and petition the NFL 311 S. STATE STREET
former, game in-game out," is f___ ___bershp.
winger Kris Manery. Manery

Grgdde Picks



1. Indiana at MICHIGAN
(pick score)
2. Illinois at MSU
3. Minnesota at Iowa
4. Northwestern at Wisconsin
5. Ohio State at Purdue
6. Baylor at Texas A&M
7. Boston College at Syracuse
8. California at UCLA
9. Dartmouth at Harvard
[0. Temple at Delaware


Duke at Florida
Kentucky at Georgia
Oklahoma State at Kansas
South Carolina at LSU
Navy at Pittsburgh
Colorado at Nebraska
Southern Cal at Notre Dame
Miami (Ohio) at
Bowling Green
Georgia Tech at Tulane

last year had a good season, fin-
ishing second in total points with
46, and Farrell expects a lot
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