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-Page 12-Thursday, October 9, 1980-The Michigan Daily
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WIDE VARIETY OFFERED

MONDAY
Football
Women's
The Bruisers 12, Scott House 0
Hunt House fol Cookie Monster 0
Co-Rec
Thunderberops 9, SAE-KAT 8 (first downs)
Grad
DSD3, Bohr's Bores 2 (fd)
TUESDAY
Football
Independent
AFROTC 14, Gonzo Cooler 0
AAS8, "E" 0
82istJSquadron 7, Another One Bites 0 (forfeit)
Fraternity
Phi Sigma Kappa 8, Chi Psi 'A' 0
Alpha Phi Alpha 20, Evans Scholars 0
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 2, Kappa Sigma 0

Beta Theta Pi 'A' 14, Chi Phi 0
Sigma Nu 'A' 14, Psi Upsilon 0
Co-Rec
Sigma Chi-AOPi 6, Moribus 0
Another One Bites the Dust 6, Pot Luck 0
Sigma Phi-Alpha Chi 14, Cambridge 0 (forfeit)
Graduate
9-0 Silks 9, DSD 'B'8
Golden Inlays 38, Phi Rho Sigma 0
Residence Hall
3rd Lewis 8, Williams 'B' 0
2nd Rotvig 6, Fisher House 2
Crush 8, Terror 0
Fletcher 14, Wenley'B' 0 (forfeit)
Soccer
All-Campus
F.C. Offe 802, Beta Receptors 0
Adams 1, Fletcher 0 (forfeit)
Law Gold 3, Three-toed Sloths 1
Sigma Chi 3, Griffins 0

Club sports big

hit with students

By GREG DeGULIS
One thousand, four hundred sixty-
eight participants can't be all wrong,
right? Well, that argument may not
hold up in court, but the ever-increasing
numbers of students participating in
sports clubs provides ample evidence of
the popularity of non-varsity com-
petition at Michigan.
As director of sports clubs Richard
Pitcher pointed out, "With 44 clubs,

almost any interest can be met. In fact
a few of the clubs are non-athletic, in-
cluding the chess club, an example of
the variety offered."
As the statistics reveal, there are all
sizes and shapes of sports clibs, but
what exactly comprises a 'sports club'?
According to the Program and Sports
Policy Guide, the Bible of recreational
sports, a sports club is a student
organization composed primarily of

students, faculty and staff 'motivated
by a common interest and desire to par-
ticipate in a particular sports activity.'
The club members are responsible for
the internal administration of the club
which, include coaching, scheduling,
publicity, and fund raising.
Some of the clubs, such as un-
dergraduate soccer and lacrosse, com-
pete against the varsity squads from
other schools, despite lacking a varsity
status at Michigan. The athletic depar-
tment has nothing to do with any of the
clubs because all of the administration
is handled by the recreational sports
department.
Upon recognition by recreational
sports, a sports club will be allowed to
display the name of the University of
Michigan in the title of the club. Funds
generated by recreational sports for
specific uses by sports clubs includes

areas such) as equipment, travel,
dues/fees, officials and publicity.
In 'addition, the sports clubs must
comply with the guidelines set up and
enforced by recreational sports. If you
are interested in some information con-
cerning joining or even formulating a
sports club, contact Michael Sawyers at
NCRB, 763,1580.
The following is a list of 1980 sports
clubs at Michigan: Aikido, American
Karate System, archery, bicycling,
bowling, boxing, cricket, fencing, floor
hockey, folk dance; frisbee, handball,
judo, kayak/canoe, Korean karate,
lacrosse, paddleball, racquetball,
rowing, rugby, sailing, shorin ryu,
shoktokan, ski racing, cross-country
skiing, soccer (men and women), spor-
ts officials, square dance, squash, syn-
chro-swin, tae kwon do, tennis,
volleyball (men and women), inter-
national volleyball, and water polo.

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Hoop fans: get your $
ready, ticks on sale soon
Another reminder to Michigan basketball fans: tickets for the Wolverines'
1980-81 home games go on sale next weekend, October 17 and 18.
The ticket purchase procedure will be similar to that used last year. Students
must apply and pay for tickets in person next Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the Track-Tennis Building, located behind Ferry Field.
Student priority, as usual, will be determined by the number of credit hours'
earned at the Universtiy. All seat assignments within each priority level will be
based on a random selection. Group seating (with a limit of 20) will be based on the
lowest priority student in the group.
Student tickets this year are $37.50 ($56 for spouses).
Upon payment, ticket applicants will receive a numbered stub which must be
kept for exchange of basketball tickets on the days of distribution. Ticket
distribution will be held at Crisler Arena on November 10, 11, and 12 between 8 a.m.
and 4 p.m.
Students must pick up their own tickets and provide valid identification
(Michigan ID and a driver's license) at the time of application.
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5. Illinois at Iowa
6. Penn St. at Maryland
7. Miami (Fla.) at Notre Dame
8. Stanford at UCLA
9. Southern Cal at Arizona
10. Pittsburgh at Florida St.
11. Auburn at LSU

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Mississippi at Georgia
Navy at Air Force
Eastern Michigan at Akron
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Western Michigan at Kent St.
Yale at Boston College
Indiana (Pa.). at Slippery Rock
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HERE'S JUST A SAMPLE OF THE MARKDOWNS TODAY THRU SATURDAY

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KENWOOD KS4000R
STEREO RECEIVER
14 W/tih. min. RMS at 8 ohms,
from 40-20,000 Hz. with no more
than 0.3% THD. Reg. $149.Umit 1.
KENWOOD 2-WAY
SPEAKER SYSTEM
2-way air suspension speakers
with 8" woofer and 1112" tweeter.
Wood-grain finish. Reg. $59.88.

MET AL T APE COMPATIBL
AKAI CSM01A
CASSETTE DECK
Uses either standard or metal
bias tape. With Dolby NR*. Wal-
nut wood-grain finish cabinet.

FIT MSTCOMPACTS~
PIONEER KP1500
IN-DASH CAR STEREO
AM/FM stereo/cassette. Short
chassis fits most small or imported
cars. Stereo/mono. Limit one.
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MAXELL U090 TAPES
WITH FREE HOLDER
Pack of 2 90-min. cassettes with
stacking holder. Regular $7.99
per pack. Limit 6 packs.

TECHNICS SH-8010
GRAPHIC EQUALIZER
Five band per channel sterec
equalizer with sliding con-
trols. Tape monitor. Reg. $159.
PIONEER RT-701 7"
OPEN REEL TAPE DECK
7" reel capacity. 3-motor, 3-
head direct drive system. Two
tape speeds. Rack-mt. Reg. $439
$328

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