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Page 12-Friday, October 10, 1980-The Michigan Daily
Son of Bamboo Presents
HARPO'S (Harper Ave. at Chalmers)
COBO ARENA
Jethro TUl
White Snake
$9 and $10
Tickets available at Joe Lewis Box Office, CTC Hudsons.
Nov. 16-9 PM
Rockpile
$8.50
Tickets available at Sams Jams, Peaches Fraser, Schoolkds,
Wherehouse Records, CTC
MASONIC AUDITORIUM
October 25
5-52's
$9.50 and $8.50
October 30
Talking Heads
$9.50 and $8.50

ROYALS LEAD 2-0

To the Daily:
A poem in honor of the Michigan-
Michigan State game ...
"My first year here, I just couldn't wait
For that football game against Michigan
State
I may be from Lansing, but that doesn't
mean
That the color of my blood is green
But in '78 the Green beat the Blue
And walking back to the dorm I knew
That all of my friends would get on my case
And wave that score in front of my face
And wave they did, for onefull year..
Yes, the Spartans were full of cheer
But in '79 we played in East Lansing
And by the end of the game we all-were
dancing
Darryl Rogers had confused arrogance with
success
And his Spartan team was one big mess
Our Michigan team showed them who was
boss
And handed them a 21-to-7 loss
Once again 1could go homeand smile
That quieted down the Spartans for a while
Then a Spartan got smart as they sometimes
do
And Darryl Rogers got up and left MSU
The recruits who fellfor Darryl's bait
Followed him out to Arizona State-
Now Muddy is the man who's hoping to
Upset the mighty Maize and Blue
When he gets to Ann Arbor, Muddy will see
What a hopeless task that will be
Because the 22 Michigan Men
Will beat the Spartans once again
We'll stop their passes, cut off the run
But at least Ray Stachowicz should be
having fun. " -RON EGAN

To the Daily:
When you speak of equality for
women in University athletics, you'd
better look to the Daily first. These two
cross country teams ran on the same
day in the same race. Both teams came
in first. Its obvious which gender the
Daily favored. --AMY SCHULTZ
EDITOR'S NOTE: The stories alluded
to appear in the September 30 issue of
the Daily. The story on the men's cross
country meet was given more
prominent play and contained greater
detail -than the story on the women's
team.
We want to hear from YOU!
Address your Fan-Fare letters to
The Michigan Daily-Sports, 420
Maynard, Ann Arbor, MI 48109.
Lettes should be double-spaced, and
no longer than 250 words.
CC meet
+postoned
Today's 4 p.m. cross country meet
between Michigan and Michigan State
has been postponed until next Friday.
The postponement came as a disap-
pointment to the Wolverine harriers,
who are coming off a stunning victory
last week at the Notre Dame In-
vitational meet. Dan Heikkinen led the
Michigan charge at South Bend,
finishing second behind Indiana's Jim
Spivey. Spivey was clocked in 23:35 to
Heikkinen's 23:36.

K.C. top
KANSAS CITY (AP)-Outstanding
defense in the last two innings preser-
ved a Kansas City win, as the Royals
held on to defeat the New York Yankees
last night. The win gave the Royals. a
commanding 2-0 lead in the best-of-five
series, which moves to New York for
the remaining necessary games.
The Royals got into trouble with one
out in the eighth, when the Yanks'
Willie Randolph singled. After Royal
starter and winner Dennis Leonard
struck out Bobby Murcer, Bob Watson
lined a shot to the left field corner.
Randolph, the potential tying run,
forced the Royals to make a perfect
play at the plate, which is exactly what
they did.
Willie Wilson played the carom in the
leftfield corner perfectly, and the relay
from George Brett nailed Randolph at
the plate.
The Royals again escaped trouble in
the ninth. With runners on first and

Yanks

second with. one out, reliever Dan
Quisenberry coaxed Graig Nettles into
a game ending second to shprt to first
double play.
THE ROYALS, who didn't get a hit
over the first two innings, unloaded on
May with one out in the third inning,
collecting two singles, a triple and a
double to take-a 3-0 lead. e
Darrell Porter got things rolling with
a single and went to second when Frank
Whit grounded a single through the
right ide.
Willie Wilson, who drove in Kansas
City's final two runs Wednesday with a
double, lashed an opposite-field smash
down the first base line, and by the time
right fielder Reggie Jackson retrieved
it, both runners had scored and the fleet
Wilson was on third. He scored when
U.L. Washington ripped a double to left-
center.

SUNDAY TUESDAY
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Independent'
Arborary Pirates 361, Big Dogs 374, Powerhouse 80
376
Low score-Jim Nevens (Arbory Pirates) 80
Fraternity
Phi Delta Theta 332, Fiji 345, Beta Theta Pi 347,
Lambda Chi Alpha 357, Nu sigma Nu 362, Sigma
Alpha Mu 376, Evans Scholars 378, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon 378, Kappa Sigma 384, Psi Upsilon 385, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon 394, Sigma Chi 409, Chi Phi 412.
Triangle 431, Chi Psi 436, Theta Delta Chi 465
Low score-Jim Keller (Beta Theta Pi) 79
Graduate
MBA Blue 345, DSb 'A'347, Blast 376
Low Score-Mike.Roney (MBA Blue) 75
Women's
Gentle Lassies 270, Hunt House 286, Humor 307
Low Score-Meg McGee (Gentle Lassies) 56 (9-
hole)
Residence Hall
Michigan House 390, Allen Rumsey 393, Elliott 416,
Chicago 428, Williams House 431. Butler 'A' 438
Low Score-John Rudolf (Michigan House) 89

Cross-Country
All-Campus
Doug Van Zoeren 13:44, George Wynarsky 14:15,
Mike Anderson 14:17, Pete Ingalls 14:31. David
Thurston 14:34
Fraternity
Sigma Nu 43:15.5, Phi Delta Theta 44:07.5,
Chi Phi 44:09, sigma Alpha Epsilon 44:59, Sigma Phi
Epsilon 44:59, Triangle 46:30.5, Beta Theta Pi 48:49.5
Independent

Dromedaries 43:46.5, AFROTC
Irradicators 44:47.5, NROTC 45:28

44:4.5,

Graduate
No Names 43:00, Physiology Striders 43:04, Med
School 44:58, DSD 'A' 46:10, Blast 46:18, Law Gold
51:42
Women's
KCM 44:25, Hunt 56:46, Holy Owls 57:00, Thronson
57:55
Residence Hall
Reeves 44:43; Gomberg 45:18, 6th Lewis 46:40.5,
Butler 'A' 46:41, Rumsey 48:06, Markley Elliott
48:52, Kelsey 56:21

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