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1 2-Tuesday, October 13, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Tuesdy Lunch-Discussion
October 13-12 Noon
"THE LINE'S DRAWN:
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Speaker: DR. LEONARD SURANSKY
At The INTERNATIONAL CENTER
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Club Sports Roundup

Daily Photo by PAUL EN
THE MICHIGAN rugby team in action against London, Ontario.

The Ecumenical Campus Center
The International Center
Church Women United in Ann Arbor

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GRIDDE PICKS
A dynasty is beginning in Ann Arbor.
No, it is not that of the Wolverine grid-
ders, who have been consistently strong
for years. Rather, Steve Hirtle is
building a Griddes powerhouse by him-
self. For the second consecutive week,
Hirtle, of Union Drive, defeated the rest
of the field by correctly selecting 15
games.
If you want to unseat the "Hirtle Ex-
press,",drop off your picks at the Daily ,
(420 Maynard) before midnight Friday.
The winner not only receives a free one-
item pizza from Pizza Bob's, but also
gets the chance to compete with the
"experts" from the Daily football staff.
1. Iowa at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Wisconsin at Michigan State

3. Illinois at Ohio State
4. Purdue at Northwestern
5. Minnesota at Indiana
6. Florida State at Pittsburgh
7. Penn State at Syracuse
8. North Carolina at North Carolina State
9. Missouri at Iowa State
10. Texas at Arkansas
11. Stanford at Southern Cal
12. Miami (Fla.) at Mississippi State
13. Kent State at Ball State
14. California at Arizona State
15. Kalamazoo at Adrian
16. Southern Methodist at Houston
17. Brigham Young at San Diego State
18. Edinboro State at Slippery Rock
19. Upper Iowa at Buena Vista
20. DAILY LIBELS at The Farmer's
Daughters

AIKIDO

RUGBY
Everybody got into the act during the Michigan rugby team's 32-6 rout of
Lonaon, Ontario. By the end of the one-sided affair, six Wolverines had
scored.
Michigan's leading scorer was David Kieras, who notched two tries (eightf
points). Brian V.an Dusen and Don Hoch were close behind in scoring,
honors with a try and a conversion (six points) each. The Wolverines' other
tallies came from Tony Menyhart,Tom Raboine, and Peter Magiocci, who
each had one try (four points).
The 26-point margin of victory was indicative of the flow of play, as
Michigan dominated the action when it needed to.
Michigan takes to the road this weekend when it squares off against the
Detroit Tradesmen.
UNDERGRADUATE SOCCER
The ability to win close contests is often what separates . mediocre teams
from the very good ones. During the past week, the Michigan undergraduate
soccer club (5-1) performed like a very good squad.
On Wednesday, the Wolverines were tied with Norwood Institute, 2-2, at
the end of regulation. But in overtime, Michigan was the dominant ballclub,
scoring three unanswered goals. The next day's contest against Eastern
Michigan saw the Wolverines trail 2-1,\at halftime before rallying to win by a
3-2 count.
Against Norwood Institute, Michigan was led by Peter Herrmann's
three-goal performance. Dan Gitre and Tong Park each netted a goal to ac-
count for the Wolverines' other scores.
Michigan's overtime outburst occured when the Wolverines began to take
advantage of the scoring chances that they had let slip away earlier in the
game.
Although the contest against Eastern Michigan did not go into overtime, it
was every bit as close as the one versus Northwood Institute.
Michigan got off to a rather inauspicious start when one of its own players
inadvertantly kicked the ball into the Wolverine net. Davidson knotted the
score at 1-1 before the Hurons scored again to take a one-goal halftime ad-
vantage.
In the second half, Michigan tied thescore again, this time on a goal by
Park. The winning goal came from the Wolverines' Gitre with 15 minutes
remaining in the contest.
GRADUATE SOCCER
Michigan's graduate soccer team(2-1) travelled to Adrian this past
Saturday to take on Siena Heights College and acted in a manner that may
make them unwelcome guests in the future. The Wolverines not only beat
their hosts, they absolutely annihilated them, 11-1.
"They made a lot of mistakes, and they didn't have a very good defense,"
said Michigan's Mike Backfield. "We were a little too talented for them.
They did have some talent, but they didn't play well together."
Providing the brunt of the Wolverines' scoring were center-forward Walt
Bianchi and midfielder Uwe Pleban. Bianchi netted five goals, while Pleban,
added three more.
The graduate soccer team is in action this Saturday against an undeter-
mined team.
WOMEN'S SOCCER
It took six games to do it, but the Michigan women's soccer club finally
won a contest. The victory came on Sunday against Ohio State by the score
of 2-1.
"We actually won," the Wolverines' Peggy Bush said enthusiastically.
Michigan's goals came from Dana Hewitt and Tracy McNall.
THE WOLVERINES attributed their victory to the fact that they played as
a cohesive unit for the first time this season. "We started playing together
as a team, and things started clicking," said Bush. "People finally knew
what to expect from everyone else. ".
The contest against the Buckeyes was Michigan's third of the weekend.
On Friday night the Wolverines dropped a gameto Miami of Ohio, 3-1.
Nonetheless, the game showcased improvement on Michigan's part.
The next day, Michigan encountered Cincinnati and lost, 4-1. McNall
scored for the Wolverines to prevent a shutout.
Michigan's next match will be at home against Purdue.
The Club Sports Roundup relates briefly the activities of the
Michigan club sports during the previous week. This week's infor-
mation was compiled by Daily sports writer Ron Pollack.

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The study of Aikido is much
deeper than the mastery of
pure physical technique. The
founder, .Morihei Uyershiba,
wanted all students to delve
into the depths of the philos-
ophy of Aikido, and to achieve
harmony in life and unification
with nature. The essence of
Aikido is oneness of spirit,
mind, and body, and its true
meaning can be revealed only
through practice.

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WED. OCT. 14-7:30 p.m.
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IM Scores
SUNDAY
Softball
Residence Hall Playoffs
Class A
Elliot A 3, Adams Spasms 1
Class B

Nads 9, Chicago Maize 5
Class C
Kelsey Roots-forfeit win
Chicago Blue 11, Fletcher 7
Class D
Scott A 15, Huber Beers 7
Elliot Moosehead 19, Michigan House 12
Championship Game
Elliot Moosehead 14, Scott A 6

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Wednesday October 14- 8:00 p.m.
Room 126 Residential College, East Quad
THUNDER ON THE LEFT?:
An Open Discussion of Revolutionary Politics from
the 60's to the 80's
BERNADINE DOHRN-University of Chicago Law School,
currently teaching a course on Women and the Law at
a New Haven Community College. Eleven years with
the Weather Underground and for a time on the FBI
most wanted list.
BILL AYERS-University of Michigan graduate, currently
working at a Day Care Center in New York City.
Was a School Board Candidate in Ann Arbor while
working with the Children's Community School.
Eleven years with the Weather Underground.
RICHIE FELDMAN-University of Michigan graduate currently
working at the Ford Truck Plant in Detroit. He works
with NOAR (National Organization for the American
Revolution) and has been for some time close to the
work of Grace and James Boggs.
Sponsored by Residential College-Panel hosted by Susan Harding
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