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SPORTS

THESE MEN ARE OUT TO
CHANGE THEIR WORLDI
September 16 through 22

The Michigan Daily

Saturday, September 19, 1981

Page 7

MIKE CAULK
FORMER U.S. Marine football quar-
terback; former camous senator at
Univ. of Ky.; Director of Moranatha
Campus Ministries at Univ. of Ken-
tucky, University of Mississippi,
Auburn University, and presently at
Univ. of Michigan. Sharing on why
our nation's outlook has turned con-
servative.

HUNTER FITE
Student of French International
Business; former wrestler; Co-Direc-
tor of Maranatha Christian Fellow-
ship at Univ. of Michigan. Sharing on
what Jesus Christ is doing with
young people today.

APPEARING NIGHTLY at 7 p.m.
Angell Hall Auditorium 0

Michigan 27, Notre Dame 26, God 3
*Notre Dame's Harry Oliver seems to be pointing skyward for help as he kicks the Wolverines. The kick went through the uprights with no time remaining on the
winning 51-yard field goal in last year's 29-27 win over Michigan. Brian Carpenter clock.
(9) and Marion Body (3) make last ditch efforts to save the game for the

OPEN HEARING
for
Review of the Curriculum
in Physieal Therapy
Thursday, Sept. 24, 1981
Regents' Room-First Floor,
Fleming Administration Bldg.
2:00 p.m. to 4:00p.m.
Those wishing to make a public statement should
call Edward Dougherty at 764-9254.
Vice President Frye is also available for private
meetings on physical therapy on Wednesday, Sep-
tember 23, from 3-5 p.m.
Appointments can be made
with us at 764-9290

M ich.
(Continued from Page 1)
forded the luxury of using five signal
callers. Faust will start Koegel at quar-
terback, and Kiel will be brought in
every two series.
Koegel and Kiel can throw to talented
All-American candidate senior

ig
wingback
seniors
Codeni, t
relayingl
the bench
Comple
running 1

an seeks revenge
Tony Hunter, as well as (74 yards last week), Smith (61 yards) will test junior Dave Duerson, senior
Mike Boushka and Dave and the ever-dangerous junior Phil Car- - John Krimm, junior Rod Bone, and
the players responsible for ter (51 yards, 1 touchdown). Carter, an sophomore Stacey Toran. Toran
Faust's play selections from honorable mention All-American last feasted onthe LSU passing game with a
., year, ran effectively against Michigan pair of pass interceptions.

menting Hunter is a trio of
backs, sophomore Greg Bell

THE LINEUPS
MICHIGAN NOTRE DAME'
OFFENSE
(82) Norm Betts ............. (230) TE (86) Dean Masztak ............ (240)
(72) Ed Muransky ..........(275) ST (64) Tom Thayer ...........(265)
(65) Kurt Becker ............ (260) RG (76) Randy Ellis ........... (250)
(69) Tom Dixon ...............(238) C (57) Mark Fischer ...........(245)
(76) Stefan Humphries ....... (240) LG (74) Mike Shiner .............. (270)
(75) Bubba Paris .............(270) QT (71) Phil Pozderac............(270)
( 1) Anthony Carter ........(161) FL-WB (85) Tony Hunter ............(220)
(27) Vince Bean ........... (185) SE (17) Mike Boushka .'..... (200)
(16) Steve Smith .............. (191) QB (14) Tim Koegel .............. (205)
(32) Stan Edwards ..........(208) F$ (39) Larry Moriarty ........(220)
(24) Butch Woolfolk ........... (208) TB (22) Phil Carter ............... (200)
DEFENSE

in 1980, piling up 104 yards on the stingy
Wolverine defense.
FOUR VETERANS return on Notre
Dame's offensive front, with freshman
center Mark Fischer the only rookie
serving on the typically talented line.
Defensively, the accolades always
fall upon the large shoulders of senior
All-American linebacker Bob Crable.
Voted " Notre Dame's Most Valuable
Player by his teammates last year,
Crable led the team in tackles and last
week, personally bottled up the LSU
running game inside the Irish two-yard
line. Junior Mark Zavagnin and Joe
Rudzinski join Crable at linebacker
while behomeths Mike Shiner (6-8, 270)
and Phil Pozderac (6-9, 270) will battle
the, equally massive Wolverine offen-
sive line.
In the Irish defensive backfield,
Wolverine quarterback Steve Smith

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Crable
...'80 Irish MVP

(99) Robert Thompson ........ (219)J
08) Tony Osbun .............. (254)
(63) Winfred Carraway ....... (230)
(92) Cedric Coles .............(237)
(97) Ben Needham ............ (215)
(50) Paul Girgash ............. (210)
(40) Mike Boren ..............(217)
I 9) Brian Carpenter .........(170)
{3) Marion Body ..........(178)
13).KeithBostic..............(209)
,(21) Evan Cooper ............. (170)

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OLB
T
MG
T
OLB
ILB
ILB
WHB
SHB
SS
FS

(56) Kevin Griffith ............ (240)
(94) Tom Bock............(255)
(92) Joe Gramke .............. (245)
(97) Pat Kramer ..............(250)
(51) Joe Rudzinski............(225)
(43) Bob Crable .............(225)
(46) Mark Zavagnin.........(225)
(30) Stacy Toran ............ (195)
(19) John Krimm........... (190)
(23) Dave Duerson..........(200)
(26) Rod Bone ................(200)

Today's Michigan-Notre Dame game, starting at 1:50 p.m., can be heard on
WAAM (1600 AM), WWJ (950 AM), WPAG (1050 AM), WJR (760 AM), WCBN (88.3
FM), WUOM (91.7 FM), WLEN (Adrian), WTAX (Flint). The game will also ap-
pear on ABC-TV (Channel 7 in Detroit).
GRAND OPENING SPECIAL
MICHIGAN UNION RECREATION AREAS

STUETLEAL SERVICES
HOARD OF DIRECTORS
Three Student Membe r Opeingsp
Openings Include:
One member Fall 1981=April 1982
Two members Fall 1981-April 1983
Deadline for Student Legal Services application
is Monday, September21, 1981
Applications and Committee descriptions
available at MSA
3909 Michigan Union-763-3242

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MSA Internal and External
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EXTERNAL COMMITTEES
Advisory Committee on Academic
Affairs
StudentRelations Committee
Advisory Committee on
Recreational Sports
Privacy Committee
Residency Appeals Committee
University Council
Board in Control of
intercollegiate Athletics
Library Council
Review Panel for Classified Research
Publications Board
Honorary Degrees
Civil Liberties Board
Research Policies Committee

INTERNAL COMMITTEES
Academic Affairs
Budget Priorities Committee
Communications Committee
S.O.B. (Student Organizations Board)
Legislative Relations
Minority Affairs
Permanent Interviewing
Special Projects
International Students
Maize
Insurance Committee
Course Evaluations
C.S.J. (Central Student Judiciary)
Course Encounters

Ulrich's now stocks medical texts.
Diagnosis: overworked, tired medical student.
Recommended Treatment: courteous assistance in
obtaining required texts at reasonable prices.
Prognosis: one less frazzled nerve.
Stop in and make your own examination.

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