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Page 4-Saturday, September 13, 1980-The Michigan Daily

The Michigan Daily-Saturday, Sept

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TEAMS

Sept 13

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MICHIAN N'western Notre Dame S. Carolina California Michigan St. Minnesota Illinois Indiana Wisconsin Purdue Ohio State
NORTH- at at at at at
WESTERN* Michigan Washington Syracuse Minnesota Ohio State Iowa Indiana Purdue Michigan St. Wisconsin
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NOTRE DAME* Michigan Michigan St. Miami Army Arizona Navy Georgia Tech Alabama Air Force
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S. CAROLINA* Wichita St. USC Michigan N.C. State Duke Cincinnati Georgia The Citadel Wake Forest Clemson
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CALIFORNIA Florida Army Arizona Michigan Oregon Oregon St. UCLA USC Arizona St. Washington Stanford
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MICH. STATE Illinois Oregon West. Michigan Notre Dame Michigan Wisconsin Purdue Ohio State N'western Minnesota Iowa
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MINNESOTA Ohio Ohio St. USC N'western Purdue Michigan Iowa Illinois Indiana Michigan St. Wisconsin
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ILLINOIS* Michigan St. Missouri Air Force Miss. St. Iowa Purdue Michigan Minnesota Ohio State Indiana
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INDIANA Iowa Kentucky Colorado Duke Wisconsin Ohio State N'western Michigan Minnesota Illinois Purdue
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WISCONSIN Purdue Young UCLA San Diego St. Indiana Michigan St. Ohio State Iowa Michigan N'western Minnesota
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PURDUE* Wisconsin UCLA Miami 0. Minnesota Illinois Michigan St. N'western Iowa Michigan Indiana
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OHIO STATE Syracuse Minnesota Arizona St. UCLA N'western Indiana Wisconsin Michigan St. Illinois Iowa Michigan
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IOWA Indiana Nebraska Iowa State Arizona Illinois N'western Minnesota Wisconsin Purdue Ohio State Michigan St.

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*Sept. 6 - Northwestern at Illinois; Purdue at Notre Dame; Pacific at South Carolina

Dec. 6 - Notre Dame at Southern California

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welcome respite. It's back to bed for a
little while.
People. All sorts of people flowing
down the streets with all the fluidity of a
massive bloodclot. Slowly, jerkily they
wind their way to the heart, the enor-
mous, all encompassing
heart-Michigan Stadium: Young kids
with outdated long hair and pants that
wrap around low on their waists,
students ranging from clean cut frater-
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and innocent) to Janie (you're sa fun
and abusive) and last but neverleast,
alumni dressed in yellow pants and
maize and blue caps carrying coolers,
shaking hands and teasing with
relatives or old Greek brothers.
THE WALK TO the stadium is filled
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nukey, scientology major or an em-
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menu which you glance at briefly and
then throw away.
Along the way as you pass by Elbel
Field, you can usually observe a rugby
match taking place. The ancient game
offers a nice contrast. Before entering
the shiny new modern stadium and
gazing at the splashy bright colors of
today's uniforms amidst the sound of
the glorious marching bands, you first
see the rugby players clad in black
shorts and odd colored jerseys grunting
and groaning over a heavy leather ball
on barren Elbel Field.
IT'S SORT OF like walking from the
past to the present in the world of foot-
ball.
Once at the stadium, the scene is
equally as hectic as the walk to it was.
And again, the reason is the huge
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throngs of people. Michigan Stadium
officially holds 101,701 people, but each
week there's always an announced at-
tendance of around 104,500 people.
If you're a student, getting to your
seat is no problem if you get there
early. If not, then forget about sitting in
your assigned seat unless you're quite
fond of fist fights and good at them. You
just have to go sit in someone else's
place and hope that person isn't a
master chef with knuckle sandwiches.
The game itself, however, can often
be worth the hassle. The quality of
Wolverine football is superb even if
Michigan never wins any bowl games.
But someday, you'll undoubtedly be
too tired, too hung over, or just not in
the mood to go see that day's game. At
that point all you have to do is go out,
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