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The Michigan Daily
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By ALAN FANGE]
Bo Schembechier yesterd
the judicial system for inter
the eligibility case of I11ino
back Dave Wilson, and urge
to let the Big Ten assume c
similar matters in the future
The Michigan coach also
that the Big Ten order Illinc
comply with its ruling on thi
withdraw from the confereni
"There's oniy one appea
Big Ten) should make, and t
Illinois, 'You're' out of the
Either abide by the rules
out,'" said Schembechler at
media luncheon.
The Illinois Supreme Cow
overturned the Big Ten's
declared that Wilson could
*play for the Illini. The conf
Wfiled an appeal with the stal
court after a three-judge st~
court ruled that Wilson couli
the team while his lawsuit
conference was pending in
County Circuit Court..
The conference, in ruli
ineligible, said the junior c~
sfer was a senior and there
LEACH WINS.
A
Blue n
By JOHN KERR
WThe Michigan tnisc
Cajun Classic in Lafayette,
one thing on his mind-domi
"I felt if we were going to
the ntocaposi(
spring) we havet dompna
of tournsament,"said Eisner
*EISNER WAS NOT disa
,he Michigan netters oversh
See more sports, Pag
t of the field at last week
*ea Cajun Classic. Senior
bitch (second seed) and j
teach (fifth seed) worked
through the 32-man singles
ind met in the finals, with
ing by a 6-i, 7-5 tally.
Not only was it an all Mic
tut the Wolverines' Mark I
sophomore, made it to the s
lose to teammate Horwitch,
Michigan's fourth player
ss Laser, won his first
Eiolverine in the opening
was defeated in the second r

Each team brought four
:the Cajun Classic, and tiey c
a singles and doubles tourna
: "THIS IS THE fourth ye
tournament has been in exi
we've been here all four," E
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done better and better eac
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Tuesday, October 7, 1980

Page 9

lasts court decision:

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should a
violation of its progress-toward-degree
y blasted rule.
ening into "I can't believe a judge could stick
quarter- his nose into a question like that," said
he courts Schembechler, in reference to Wilson's
ntrol over appeals. "Can you believe that? A court
entering into an eligibility case?"
suggested "Suppose I don't like a call in a
to either game," he continued. "Do I bring a
matter or case into court and walk in with a roll of
film under my arm?
they (the "Now what if the judge looks at my

case. They should have laughed at the
lawyer and thrown him out."
Schembechler argued that "if I were
to take a case to court, it would be after
that 1973 game (against Ohio State)."
Michigan and Ohio State played to a
10-10 tie to end the 1973 regular season,
leaving both teams tied for the con-
ference championship with 7-0-1 league
records. The following day a majority
of the conference's athletic directors
voted to send the Buckeyes to the Rose

cbide by rules

day, affected the way they voted.
"There were some people here who
were going to take that decision to
court," said Schembechler, "but we
backed them out of it. We decided it
wasn't something we wanted to get in-
to." A
Although much of Schembechler's.
discussion focused on the Wilson case,
he took some time to praise his team's
next opponent, Michigan State, which
gave Notre Dame a battle before
bowing to the Fighting Irish, 26-21,
Saturday in East Lansing.
"They're a pretty good team," said
Schembechleriof the Spartans, who are
1-3 under first-year head coach Muddy
Waters. "They played Notre Dame hard
It will be a typical Michigan-Michigan
State game."

Ask a Peace Corps volunteerwhy he teaches business
marketing techniques to vegetable farmers in Costa
Rica. Ask a VISTA volunteer why she organizes the
rural poor in Arkansas to set-up food co-ops. They'll
probably say they want to help people, want to use
their skills, be involved in social change, maybe travel,
learn a new language or experience another culture.
Ask them:

hat's to tell
conference
or you're
his weekly
rt last week
appeal and
continue to
erence had
te's highest
ate appeals
d remain on
against the
Champaign
ing Wilson
ollege tran-
fore was in

'There's only one appeal they (the Big Ten) should
make, and that's to tell Illinois, 'You're out of the confer-
ence. Either abide by the rules or you're out."
-Bo Schembechler

Oc t. 14 , 15, 16
Career Planning and Placement
Interviews/I nformat ion
(313) 226-7928

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film, sees what I'm talking about and
says 'you're right, Bo. You win.' What
then?
"Don't get me wrong. I don't care
whether the kid wins the case or not,"
said Schembechler. "What I care about
is the fact that a court was hearing that

Bowl.
Following the vote, several athletic
directors who voted to send Ohio State
to Pasadena admitted that a fourth-
quarter injury to Wolverine quarter-
back Dennis Franklin, which rendered
him "doubtful" to play New Year's

ALL 'M' FINAL:

Letters dominate tourney

ths
roach Brian
gtters to the
La., he had
nation.
contend for
this coming
te this type
r.
ppointed, as
aowed the
se 10
end's eight-
r Matt Hor-
unior Mike
their way
tournament
Leach win-
higan final,
lees, only a
emis only to
3-6, 6-3, 6-1.
freshman
match as a
round, but
ound.
players to
competed in
ment.
ar that the
stence, and
Eisner said.
ms. We had
h year, but

this year we dominated. I feel that we
are contenders for the national cham-
pionship, we can play with anybody on
the top," the coach continued.
Besides Michigan, other teams com-
peting in the tournament included
Alabama, Auburn, Houston, Trinity,
Oklahoma State, Ohio State, and the
host, Southwest Louisiana.
In the doubles competition, Michigan
did not fare as well. The Wolverines'
Horwitch and Leach, the top-seeded
doubles team, was upset in the quarter-
finals by Southwest Louisiana's top
doubles team.
"I'm not taking anything away from
Southwest Louisiana's doubles team,

but weather variation was a factor,'"
Eisner said about Horwitch and
Leach's loss. "Sometimes certain
weather conditiofs can bring the level
of play of the better team down to the
lesser team's level." Michigan's Mees
and Laser were knocked out of the
doubles competition early.
The Wolverine netters have won the
Big Ten title for 13 straight years, and
again are the favorites.
I feel that our top three players
Horwitch, Mees, and Leach, are as
good as there are in the United States,"
Eisner said. "But, we can't un-
derestimate the opposition. Anything
could happen, injuries, who knows?"

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