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Friday, September 5, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Twenty-Threl

Friday, September 5, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Twenty-Threi

R Bold Big
In a week and a day the Big spots but will be able to over-
Ten kicks off another football come Wisconsin, m a i n 1 y be
season. So there's no use in cause the Badgers will be lack
putting it off. I must doff my ing even more. By mid-seasonk
: e athinking beanie, consult my Michigan will be in top form<
1U worth of Accessories oracles, gaze into my 'crystal and will be up to the task of
typewriter and come up with beating MSU and OSU.
w'th purchase of any the 1975 Big Ten predictions. However, the Big Ten is too,
10 speed bicycle in stock So here is the way it will go: strong this year for anyone to ,:<«« <
Michigan -I finish unscathed. Sorry, but I while the Buc
Offer expires Sept. 30, 1975 All the vibes I've received foresee the Maize and Blue best offensive
Al.h.vbs 'edopping one conference game jbs fesv
YOU MUST BRING THIS AD indicate a fifth straight cham- -probably to Illinois at Chai- conference the
pionship for the Wolverines and, paign the week before the Ohio what weaker a
this time, the Rose Bowl. De- State g e line and on de
A L P O R T I line anthe ose Bowl
Aense is the big reason and this It's been f
BICYCLES & SPORTING GOODS-year, as usual, the Wolverines Winners: Wisconsi, Michi- Woody Hayes1
are going to be very tough to gan State, Northwestern, In- state of Michig
score against. diana, Minnesota, P U r d u e, the old fieldg
Ann Arbor's Plymouth Mall 663-2233 e as Ohio State. twice north of
As the seasnopens the W Losers: Illinois. Not only tha
-- ~~~verines may be lacking in some No nyta
y Michigan State 6-2 will bring itsI
No one, not Archie Griffin or intokColumbus
the NCAA, is going to stop the first Ohio State
Spartans from winning the Northwestern a
opener against the BuckeyesNrheti
~~Mihiga Stae be there in 1971.
PA RT HENON GY ROS Mchganagtate ill Rbe ke rthWinnes: Io
good, particularly on defense, dinna Illinois
AOGOthough not good enough to take Losers: Mi
..e11 -Michigan. Losrs:
Folks on the Red Cedar will Wisconsin, Mi
also be disappointed to know Wiscoi
that Stolz and his gang will findB
a way to lose aother on. When
It's worth the walk to the MSU is good, they're real good. qiirterback a
But the Spartans aren't good sin's attack
Parthenon Restaurantaon 226 a twBat often. so Fr*thi
The same team that beat
S. Main.0 Ohio State last season was stonne by
trounced by a so-so UCLA adefenseack
team 56-14, lost to Michigan
and Notre Dame and could only ves in mid-Oct
Tetie Illinois. nv imOr
I have confidence that a re- h Wisconsin
lapse will occur again this year, s ct o
somewhere along the line-I'ms .
S GYROS and SHISH-KA-BOB 401guessing at Iowa on Nov. 22. ar t because
-~ are coming
Winners: Ohio State, A\in- ve die to
4 est, lli n o i s Indiana,VP'*det
n SANDWICHeES"n " "de"enda
SANDWICHESfNorthwestern, Purdue. nadeaen't
Losers: Michigan, Iowa. Riers aren't
v sitently and
Ohio State 5-3 sves on thes
GYROS SANDWICH - A DELICIOUS CONTINENTAL SPECIALTY No one will believe me when lPsser onnonei
Gyros is a lean blend of specially selected portions of beef and lamb. I say the Buckeyes will lose due and Iowa.
It is lightly seasoned and cooked to sear the outside so that the juice and t h r e e (count 'em-Michigan Winners: 01
flavor are sealed inside. The meat is cooked to order on the Autodoner, confee n sitiall s esten'io
} which gives it that "charcoal like" flavor conference games. It al seems Minnesota.
w pretty fantastic but that's what Losers: Mi
Served with Raw Onions, Tomatoes on Greek Pita Bread. my oracles advise because, i Iowa.
SHISH-KA-BOB SANDWICH Succulent, marinated Greek "Ka-Bobs" Yes. low
}3. broiled to perfection and nestled between thick wedges of our own "' " "" ""eYes. Lowly
special Greek Pita Bread. e r _eswere2-6i
Served with Onions and Tomatoes. dfference! " --.
Featuring also on our menu: ;am Ove 35 yearsARE
MCA Over 35 years
GYROS PLATE A fine meal in itself, served on a plate with a generous Taexper ences
portion of meat, Raw Onions and Tomatoes.("AT1
poto"A Small casses "*i
MOUSAKA Sauteed egg plant and potatoes covered with a generous 'aLSATd
layer of pure ground beef and our special seasoning, then topped with A voluminous home"
special cream sauce. Coures tatreri *
PASTITSIO A hefty portion of pure ground beef and tender macaroni, D courses that are d
(iF ATGSD constantly updated "
slowly baked with a delicate cream sauce topping. . e
DOL MA D ES-"ST UF EDGRAPE LEAVES" Made with ground beefTp
LM -T Erevews of class
mixel with rice, wrapped in grape leaves and topped with a special lem- " C AT esson ofcdasrusej
on sauce. of supplementary _______--
SPINACH PIE Fresh spinach mixed with Greek cheese. * FEX -e
Make-ups for"
COMBINATION PLATE Pastitsio, Mousaka, Dolmades, Spinach Pie, Emissed lessons "
and Gyros. **,isdeo
6 GREEK SALAD * SOFT DRINKS A
0 GREEK PASTRIES i COFFEE"
tHOMEMADE YOGURT " RICE PUDDING *wrt"orca
c (313) 354-0085 "
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Come in for an enjoyabe Greek Meal or . Souhfie.ld i4is
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BEET MIDRASH
PROGRAM IN JUDAIC AND HEBRAIC STUDIES
- FALL, 1975-
BEGINNERS HEBREW HASSIDISM-Who were the Early Masters of
INTERMEDIATE HEBREW hassidic thought and what was this, their move-
HEBREW SPEAKING CLUB ment, which conquered the Jewish Soul?
BASIC JUDAISM-An introduction to the cul- THE OPPOSITE SEX-Sexual roles in American
ture, folkways, religious traditions and history Jewish Fiction.
of the Jewish People.
JUDAISM -A course designed to provide a THE SHTETL-An historical survey of Jewish
lucid formulation of the basic principles of the life in Eastern Europe in the late 19th and early
Jewish religion. 20th centuries.
HOW TO READ THE BIBLE-Or, how to get JEWS AT COURT - From Joseph in Egypt to
beyond the "thees" and "thous," what manner Kissinger in Washington-A study of Jews in
of person was an Adam, a Noah, etc., what did positions in power.
they dream about at night, what were their
fears and hangups? ARABS, ISRAELIS, & PALESTINIANS-A Study
THE FIVE SCROLLS-A literary and religious of Source Materials-This course will deal with{
study of the "Song of Songs, "Ruth "La men- the origins and development of the Arab-Israeli
tations," "Ecclesiastes," and "Esther." conflict, the immergence of the Palestinian Na-
tional Movement and the P.L.O.
MODERN JEWISH THOUGHT-Buber, Heschel,
Rosenzweig, existentialism, the challenge of FOR THE TEACHER - A course designed forj
modernity, ecstasy, and fever, the crisis of faith those teaching, or hoping to teach, in a Jewish
in the secular city, redemption vs. salvation. Religious School: Curriculum; materials; theory
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN JUDAISM-no de- and practice.
JEWISH LIVING-The Jewish approach to the
JEWISH PRAYER-An exploration of the struc- cycle of life: From Birth to Marriage to Death
ture, function and meaning of Jewish liturgy. and the station in-between.
n PrrsiC"n A "TU fA\1 CWeftT A ni n O A in 11

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Ten pr edictio
..... ::. .:.........:.............,:..,.T................ sophom ores and a trio of play-
ers who did not see action last
Some must be year.
S mectator bJust not enough talent and ex-
Speperience on this year's team to
break even, but enough to play
spoilvrmaker for Wisconsin.
Winners: Wisconsin, Iowa,
." ,::. ":::::.::::::: :::::::::.,. ...T: ::.: ........:. Indiana.
ckeyes have the last year mostly due to an em- Losers: Northwestern, Illi-
backfield in the barrassingly bad defensive line. nois, Ohio State, Michigan
y will be some- Coach Bob Commings has had State, Michigan.
ong the offensive plenty of time to shore .hat up
fense. to give the team a respectable Illinois 3-5
[ye years since season this year. Iowa has a T
has won in the fine linebacker in Andre Jack- The Illini-won't be as good
an and this year son and a solid defensive back- as you might expect consider-
general will lose field, ing they will be playing several
the border. An ottstanding crew of block- fine ball carriers-Lonnie Per-
t, but Wisconsin ers will help an average offen- rmn and Steve Greene - who
powerful offense sive backfield score some points missed much or all of last sea-
on Oct. 18 and and give the Hawkeyes a .500 !son due to injuries.
rtisans with the Big Ten season, culminating in Without them they managed
e home loss since an upset over Michigan State pretty well in '74 finishing fifth
defeated t h e m in the finale. in the Big Ten with a 4-3-1
Winners: Illinois, Minne-j record. Still they lost a lot of
wa, Purdue, In- sota, Wisconsin, Michigan defense including the entire
Minnesota. State. crew of linebackers and they
chigan S t a t e, ! Losers: Ohio State, Indiana, still won't have the depth they
ichigan. Northwestern, Purdue. need to win consistently.
nsin 5.3 Northwestern 4-4 But they could put together
ea With a strong backfield and at least one surprise-perhaps
ind end, Wiscon- an improved defense the Wild- agaist Michigan.
n et rollng cats should be able to claw Winners: Minnesota, Pur-
nt get rolling the sea- their way to a respectable sea- due, Michigan.
reason they'll be son. Northwestern was hurt Losers: Iow a, Michigan
badly by injuries last year to State, Wisconsin, Ohio State,
the onenerstohe key players-Greg Bokyin, Paul' Northwestern.
w epener TseMaly, and Pete Shaw.
faces the Buck- This year these men return com posih(
tober and, : the, along with a sizable portion of
oved defense can last year's squad to make September 6
can pull an up- Northwestern t o u g h, nothing i Mississippi at Baylor
spectacular, mind you, but good september 8

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I Indiana 2-6
Sorry, Mr. Corso. Sure the
Hoosiers have improved but so
have just about everyone else.
Someone has to take the lu s
(besides Minnesota). Indiana
returns 17 regulars. But from
a 1-7 team that may not be any-
thing to brag about. The offense,
with the help -of Courtney Sny-

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der, may be pretty good taut the
defense remains poor.
Winners: Minnesota, Iowa.
Losers: Northwestern, Mich-
igan, Ohio State, Michigan
State, Wisconsin, Purdue.
Minnesota 1.7
In spite of a new offense-
"Minnesota Multiple Pro-Style"
-new uniforms, and Cal Stoils
persistent optimism the Goph-
ers are this year's doormats.
They are deoending on too
much youth and players who
have been injured.
The Gophers not only are Cri-
tically lacking in depth, but
have orly a handful of really
talented players - quarterback
To-v D'ingy, free safety Dmug
Beuinin, and tackle Keith Sim-
ons. Th Gonhers will have to
wait anfther year to climb out
of t,¢ hole.
Winners: Northwestern.
Losers: T-dinna. Illinois,
Miu-hi St-te, Towa, Mich.
is-n. Ohio State, Wisconsin.

Schedule
Indiana at North Carolina State
Saylor at South Carolina
Army at Stanford

so mnany av~rs enough to achieve home victo-
off inuries thisI ries over Purdue, Indiana, Iowa,
off ~on Tnliis his. '

inexnerience and
ble defense the
going to win con-
will find thprn-
short end aauinst
ts-s'lch as P-r-
io State. North-
mis, Indiana,
chigan, Purdue,
a 4-4
Iowa. The Hawk-
in the conference
YOU CC
we need yo
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ana minors.

Winners: Purdue, Indiana,
Iowa, Illinois.
Losers: Michigan, Wiscon-
sin, Minnesota, M i c h i g a n
State. -
Purdue 3-5
A fine tailback, fullback and
quarterback - Scott Dierking,
Mike Pruitt, and Mark Vitalli-
and an e x c e II e n t defensive
tackle-Ken Novak-are about
all you can say about the Boil-
ermakers this year. Purdue isI
denending on nearly a dozen
LOR BLIND?
ur participation in
ments.

Missouri at
MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Illinois at
Purdue at:
Minnesota
Stanford a
Stanford a1
Penn State
Miami of C
South Dak
Missouri at
Notre Dam
Western M
Northern I
Iowa at Sy
indiana at
Auburn at
Baylor at1
North Caro
North Car
State
Wisconsin
Illinois at'
Purdue at
Oregon at
Northiweste
Penn State
Utah at Ini
San Jose S
Missouri a'
Ohio State
MichiganS
Kansas at'
Washingto
Miami of C
Ohio at Mi
Northwest
Southern 4

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September 13 MICHIGAN at Michigan State
V at Wisconsin Iowa at Ohio State
at Michigan State Wisconsin at Purdue
Iowa Minnesota at Illinois
Northwestern Indiana at Northwestern
at Indiana Arkansas at Northwestern
t Penn State Arkansas at Baylor
September 20 Oklahoma State at Missouri
tt MICHIGAN UCLA at Stanford
at Ohio State October 18
Dhio at Michigan State Northwestern at MICHIGAN
ota at Wisconsin Wisconsin at Ohio State
tIllinois Michigan State at Minnesota
e at Purdue Purdue at Illinois
ichigan at Minnesota Iowa at Indiana
'llinois at Northwestern 1itssouri at Colorado
racuse Stanford at Washington
Nebraska October 24
Baylor Washington State at Stanford
September 27 October 25
MICHIGAN Indiana at MICHIGAN
olina at Ohio State Ohio State at Purdue
olina State at Michigan Illinois at Michigan State
Northwestern at Wisconsin
at Missouri Minnesota at Iowa'
Texas A&M Baylor at Texas A&M
Southern California Kansas State at Missouri
Minnesota November 1
ern atNotre Dame MICHIGAN at Minnesota
eat Iowa Indiana at Ohio State
diana Michigan State at Purdue
tate at Stanford Illinois at Wisconsin
October 4 Iowa at Northwestern
t MICHIGAN Texas Christian at Naylor
at UCLA Nebraska at Mispuri
State at Notre Dame Stanford at Oregon State
Wisconsin November 8
n State at Illinois Purdue at MICHIGAN
Ohio at Purdue Ohio state at Illinois
innesota Michigan State at Indiana
ern at Arizona Wisconsin at Iowa
California at Iowa Northwestern at Minnesota
Baylor at Texas
Missouri at Iowa State
Stanford at Southern California
November 15
MICHIGAN at Illinois
Minnesota at Ohio State
Northwestern at Michigan Stat*
Indiana at Wisconsin
Iowa at Purdue
Baylor at Texas Tech
Oklahoma at Missouri
Oregon at Stanford
November 22
Ohio state at MICHIGAN
Michigan State at Iowa
E Wisconsin at Minnesota
Illinois at Northwestern
Purdue at Indiana
Southern Methodist at Baylor
Missouri at Kansas
California at Stanford
I November 29
Haylor at Rice
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