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Page 10-Wednesday, September 30, 1981-The Michigan Daily

Daily attends
'M' meeting
By MARK MIHANOVIC
Michigan's Board in Control of Inter-
collegiate Athletics meeting in the
Crisler Arena lounge was partially
opened to members of The Michigan
Daily last night. Athletic Director Don
Canham presided over the meeting, in
which several topics relevant to
Michigan athletics were discussed but
no major decisions were made.
Political Science Professor Thomas
Anton, the Big Ten faculty represen-
tative, delivered Conference and NCAA
reports, but Canham did most of the
talking through the rest of the meeting,
with no board members raising a
dissenting voice on any of his
suggestions.
Canham spent a significant amount
of time recapping past events, in-
cluding the formation of the Women's
Big Ten Conference and the recent con-
troversy involving the NCAA and the
College Football Association
Last fall, the Daily editors were
arrested in an attempt to attend a
Board of Intercollegiate Athletics
meeting. The editors felt that the
meeting came under the Open Meetings
Act, but the Athletic Department and
the Ann Arbor police disagreed,
resulting in some arrests.
WELCOME TO
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SPOR TS OF THE DAILY

ND fans say no to oust Faust

CHICAGO (AP)- Notre Dame Coach
Gerry Faust isn't singing the old Dean
Martin refrain of "Keep those cards '
and letters coming folks" but he is hap-
py that they remain on a positive note
despite successive losses to Michigan
and Purdue. "I'm getting about 130 let-
ters a day and I'd say 126 of them are
positive," said Faust yesterday in his
weekly telephone hookup interview.
"We can still have a great year," said
Faust. "Everyone likes to go 12-0 but
,we can't do that now. But if we play
well, we can get back into the picture.
We can turn it around if we work hard
and hang in there."
Michigan had been ranked No. 1 in
the Associated Press poll but when the
Wolverines lost their opener to Wiscon-
sin, Notre Dame vaulted into the top
spot with an impressive victory over
Louisiana State.
Michigan gained its revenge by
knocking off Notre Dame the following
week and the Irish suffered a second
straight defeat at Purdue last Satur-
day. That knocked Notre Dame com-
pletely out of the rankings. Neither the
Irish nor Faust are used to losing.
"I'M GETTING there, it takes me
longer," said Faust about accepting the
defeats. "To be perfectly honest, I'm
not used to it. I feel a responsibility to
the community, to Notre Dame, to the
students.
"I don't want to let the alumni and the
students down, I owe them more than
that," said Faust. "There's always
pressure but there will be more
pressure this week. You have to learn to
cope with it. Great teams thrive on
pressure. I don't mind it, I just want to
see happy faces at Notre Dame and,

South Bend."
The Irish return home to take on
Michigan State this week. The Spartans
also have a 1-2 record but they had to
struggle last Saturday to defeat
Bowling Green 10-7 after Big Ten losses
to Ohio State and Illinois.
Aware that there will not be any
smiling faces anywhere among Irish
fans if Notre Dame should lose to the
Spartans, Faust explained what some
of Notre Dame's problems have been.
"We have a lot of people in new
positions on offense," said Faust, "it
takes time. That's no excuse. We're not
trying to make excuses. But we have to
perform better. We didn't against
Michigan. Last week we played pretty
well and our defense was consistent ex-
cept for giving up the big play. Once we
eliminate that, we'll have a good defen-
se."
"We're going to get it going," said
Faust. "Maybe God is testing me right
now to see how I react."
Wisconsin on the tube
MADISON (AP) - For both financial
and recruiting reasons, University of
Wisconsin officials are delighted with
ABC-TV's decision to' show the
Badgers' football game with Purdue
here on live regional television Satur-
day.
"It's coming at a good time," Athletic
Director Elroy Hirsch said. "We need
the exposure to keep up with the
recruiting war. And this will-be great
exposure."
WISCONSIN HAS not performed on
TV since it registered two 1974 upsets -
a 21-20 victory over Nebraska and 59-20
over Missouri.

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Indications were that Wisconsin's 21-
14 upset of Michigan three weeks ago
and Purdue's 15-14 victory over Notre
Dame last Saturday figured heavily in
the network's decision.
Saturday's telecast,( 11:30 a.m. CDT)
will earn the financially strapped
athletic department about $50,000.

Badgers
...first TV appearance since 1974

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GRIDDE PICKS
People around the globe are starting to
open their windows contemplating that
big jump. With foreign stock prices
dropping faster than the Wolverines in
the polls, some people are worrying
where their next meal will come from.
Close your windows and stop fretting,
your next dinner could come from the
Michigan Daily and Pizza Bob's. Just
fill out your Griddes and drop them at
the Daily (420 Maynard) before mid-
night Friday. Not only will the winner
receive the free one-item pizza from
Pizza Bob's, but you will be able to
compete with the "experts" from the
football staff.
1. MICHIGAN at Indiana (pick score)
2. Michigan State at Notre Dame
3. Minnesota at Illinois
4. Iowa at Northwestern
5. Purdue at Wisconsin
6. Florida State at Ohio State
7. Missouri at Mississippi State
8. Florida at LSU
9. North Carolina at Georgia Tech
10. Iowa State at Oklahoma
11. Navy at Yale
12. Arizona State at Washington
13. E. Michigan at Central Michigan
14. Auburn at Nebraska
15. Pittsburgh at South Carolina
16. Syracuse at Maryland
17. Utah State at Brigham Young
18.Dayton at Slippery Rock
19. N. Dakota State at Morriingside
20. DAILY LIBELS at Indiana-Jones
BILLBOARD
A meeting for all persons interested
in joining the men's tennis team will be
held Wednesday, September 30 in the
large classroom in the basement of the
Athletic Administration Building (cor
ner of State and Hoover), at 4:30 p.m.
Students are asked to bring their class
schedule to the meeting.
Entries for the women's competitive
softball tournament, to be held this
Saturday and Sunday, must be turned
into the Intramural Building today by
4:30. The deadline for all campus
singles and co-rec doubles (tennis) is
Thursday, October 1. These tour-
naments, which have been scheduled
for October 3 and 4, will only be held if .
enough people enter.

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IM scores
MONDAY
Softball
Residence Hall
Allen Rumsey 4, Allen Rumsey Gold 2
5th Hamilton 110, Mitchell5
Huber House 'A' 4, Nads 2
5th Hamilton 2 9, Taylor House Blue 0 (forfeit)
Allen Rumsey Blue 16, Rotvig Rapists 5
MoJo Bahama Mamas 9, Elliot Zukowkis 0 (forfeit)
Too Hot to Handle 7, 3rd Lewis 6
Couzens Barbers 9, Couzens Crussaders 0 (forfeit)
Graduate/Faculty/Staff
Plus-One 16, 12 So. 2nd 6
Lithopedions 9, H.A. Griffiths 7
Co-Rec
Ears & Beers 9, Fisher Persons 2
Michigan house 9, Theta Xi 0 (forfeit)
SCORES
American League
Detroit 14, Baltimore 0
Cleveland 3, New York 2
Kansas City 4, Minnesota 2
Oakland 5, Toronto 1
Boston 7, Milwaukee 2
National League *
New York 7, Philadelphia 0
Cincinnati 4, San Francsico 3
Pittsburgh 10, Chicago 6
Les Angeles 5, Atlanta 3
PUBLIC
SKATING
STARTING SEPT. 14"-
Monday-Friday
12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
STARTING OCT. 3
Saturday & Sunday
12:30 to 2:15 p.m.
(no skating home football Sat.)

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