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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, April 15, 1976

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By JIM POWERS I
The University of Michigan
Rugby Club kicked off its home
season last Saturday, by ex-
tending its win record to two
with a rousing 21-6 humilia-
tion of Gary, Indiana.
Though the orange and black
of Gary had lots of spirit and
physical power, the artful Wol-
verines downed them with
speed, grace, and finesse.
In the first half the slate
gray sky looked even grayer
for Michigan as Gary took a
6-3 lead and seemed to be
intimidating the smaller Blue.
Michigan scored first with a
penalty kick (3 ptsj) by Jay,
Gore.
Within three minutes, how-'
ever, one of the Indiana play-
ers broke from the pack, twist-
ing and faking like Red Grange,
and was able to score a try.
(Touching the ball down in the

end zone for four points) Gary's I Union Rugby is played with
conversion kick was good for 15 man teams on a 70 by 110
another two. yard field with 'end zones and
The second forty minutes goal posts similar to football.
however was all Michigan as The ball, which is shaped like a
the Blue defense held Indiana bloated football,, is advanced
scoreless. The wirey Gore by kicking or running.
scored on two more penalty However a runner gets no
kicks while the Markman bro- blocking and when tackled must
thers, Al and Mike, combined let go of the ball. The strategy
for three trys. None of the con- is to gallop down the field, lat-
version kicks were good. eraling to teammates right be-
"We were better conditioned fore you're tackled. Players
and had better technique," stat- wear no pads.
ed Gore after the game. "The Points are awarded for touch-
second half proved it." ing the ball down in the end
Conditioning plays a big part zone after a run or kick (4),
in Rugby since the 40 minute and for booting a penalty kick,
halfs are played continuously conversion, or dropkick through
with only a five minute half- the uprights. (3, 2, and 3 points
time break. respectively).
"We started following up The ball is put into play by
after tackles better," added having a scurm or a line out.
captain Curt Coolidge. "We A scurm is when two packs
had good pursuit and better, of players link arms, bend
faster positioning." over and try to push or heel
the ball out from under' their
side of the "huddle" to their
teammates.
N UNION In the first game of the sea-
son Michigan swamped Kala-
mazoo college 38-0. Bill Con-
way, Northern California all-
id break. star, and Mark Matthews put
in especially outstanding per-

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formances.
The Wolverines are the de-
fending state champions and
had a 7-4 record last fall. Their
wins included two over Michi-
gan State whose Spartans meet
the Blue April 24 on Wines
Field. Admission is free and
there is plenty of space.
This weekend the Michigan
ruggers are competing in the
Big Ten tournament at Purdue.
Many team members feel they
have a good chance of placing
in the top three.
"This is the best team we've
had in four or five years,"
stated Jay Gore. "We really
hope to do well."
Gore also encourages any-
one who wants to come out for
the club to call 665-8245. There
are no cuts from the team and
everyone gets to play. "Size
isn't really a big factor," he
says. "I'm only five foot nine
and 150 pounds. We're a club
sport and our only purpose is to
have a good time."
Standings
American League
East
w L Pet. GB
New York 3 1 .750 -
Milwaukee 2 1 .667 ' 4
Detroit 1 1 .500 ' 1
Baltimore 2 3 .400 1%
Boston 2 3 .400 1%
Cleveland 1 2 .333 1%
west
Texas 4 1 .800 -
Chicago 2 1 667 1
Oakland 3 2 .600 1
Kansas City 1 1 .500 1
Minnesota 2 3 .400 2
California 0 4 .000 3%
Yesterday's Results
Minnesota 6, Chicago 2
Cleveland 6, Boston 5
California at Kansas City (night)
Oakland at Texas (night)
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
Minnesota at New York, 2 pm.
Chicago at Boston, 3 p.m.
California at Kansas City, 8:30 p.m.
Only games scheduled
National League
East
W L Pt. GB
Pittsburgh 3 0 1 000 -
Chicago 4 1 '..800 -
New York 2 3 .400 2
Philadelphia 1 2 .333 2
Montreal 1 3 .250 22
St. Louis 1 3 250 2
West
Cincinnati 4 0 1.000 -
Atlanta 2 2 .500 2
San Diego 2 23.500 2
San Francisco 2 2 .500 2
Houston 2 3 4002y
Los Angeles 0 3 .000 3
Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 8, Montreal 2
Chicago 6, New York 5
San Diego at Los Angeles (night)
San Francisco at Houston (night)
Other clubs not scheduled
Today's Games
St. Louisat Pitsburgh, 12:35 p.m.
Philodelpha at Montreal, 2:15 pm.
New York at Chicago, 2:30 p.m.
Cincinnati at Atlanta, 7:35 p.m.
Only games scheduled
Saints
sign Tony
the Ti ger
By The Associated Press
NEW ORLEANS-After quick-
ly signing their No. 1 draft
choice. Chuck Muncie, the New
Orleans Saints wasted no time
in bringing their No. 2 pick,
Tony Galbreath, into the fold.
Galbreath signed a five-year
contract at undisclosed terms
Wednesday. Muncie signed a
seven-year pact the day before.
GALBREATH is a 6-foot, 230-
pound fullback from Missouri
who has run the 40-yard dash in
4.5. He is expected to battle
Saints' regulars Alvin Maxson
and Andrew Jones for a starting

job.
Saints Coach Hank Stram said

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