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What would The Wizard of
Oz have been without
"Over the Rainbow"?
It's a tact: Louis B. Mayer almost cut "Over
the Rainbow" from the release print in an
effort to shorten the movie's black and white
opening sequences. More than tour decades
F later, college students everywhere are
packing campus theaters to see this and
other classic films like Psycho, Gone With
the Winan asablanca
Find out why in the alt-new issue of


Page 12

Sunday, September 12, 1982

The Michigan Daily

Spikers second in invitational

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The Michigan women's volleyball
team failed in a come-from-behind ef-
fort, losing to Wayne State 7-15, 10-15, to
place second in the Wolverine In-
vitational held at the Central Campus
Rec Building yesterday.
In the second game of the finals, the
W6lverines, down 2-11, engineered an
exciting scoring spree to close within
four points of Wayne State, 8-12, before
MICHIGAN coach Sandy Vong said
the Tartars experience made the dif-
ference in the tournament.
Likewise, the lack of experience on
the part of the Wolverines may have
contributed to some of Michigan's dif-

ficulties. Yet, Vong was pleased with
his team's effort.
"I am pleased overall with the tour-
nament. It was a very long day. We
played six matches- and that is very
tiring," said Vong.
MICHIGAN advanced into the finals
by downing Ferris State in the
semifinals 15-13, 9-15, 15-9. The Tartars
upended Notre Dame 15-12, 15-6 in their
best-of-three semifinal match.
The Wolverines placed third in the
preliminary round before the final and
semifinal rounds with a record 3-1. The
top four teams out of a field of six com-
peted in the final rounds.
Michigan downed Notre Dame easily

by taking the match 15-11, 15-3. The
Wolverines then beat Lake Superior, 11-
15, 15-10, 16-14, and Ferris State, 15-10,
9-15, 15-11, before falling to Wayne State
in the prelims, 10-15, 9-15.
Due to graduation losses from last
year's Big Ten championship team, the
Wolverines had to rely on freshmen
Lana Ramthun, Kim Edwards, and
Jennifer Hickman to fill some starting
spots. Veterans Sue Rogers and Alison
Noble, however, provided the skill and
leadership needed to guide the
Wolverines to their second-place finish.

Michigan is currently 4-2 on
season and will continue their
campaign against Wayne State
Eastern Michigan in Detroit.



... provides leadership


Evert claims sixth
U.S. Open crown

NEW YORK (AP) - Chris Evert
Lloyd was preparing for yesterday's
U.S. Open Tennis Championship final
against Hana Mandlikova, a match she
would go on to win 6-3, 6-1. It was a ner-
vous time for a player seeking her sixth
title irr this prestigious event, a time to
get tough mentally. Instead, Lloyd
would up laughing, thanks to her 20-
year-old opponent from
"Ten minutes before the match,"
Lloyd said, "I walked into the dressing
Word continues room and Hana was sitting there eating
to spread about a piece of cheesecake.
'audes epua on "I ASKED her if she had been
for her ribs ... Tender reading the papers."
Babyback (St. Louis) Barbecued Ribs Cheesecake, it turned out, was
' 4St s bLloyd's most dangerous opponent at the
Now thru August 31 she's serving a full slab, Open. She contracted a case of food
dinner size ortion, with all the trimmings ... at a poisoning after eating a bad slice of the
very specia$9.95 price for dining or carry- dessert last week and still was sick
out ... Maude's aims to please. when she beat Kate Latham 3-7, 6-4, 7-5
Try Maude's ... her goals are to provide you with early in the tournament. It was the
food and beverage for your gustatory pleasure , . . closest any opponent came to beating
she's most accommodating. hr
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314 S. Fourth Avenue "I was feeling lousy against Kate, but
662-8485 I believed I would get through it," said
reservations accepted Lloyd. "That kind of thing lasts two or
three days."
Once recovered, Lloyd cruised to her

sixth Open championship and first
major title since winning Wimbledon
last year. The victim then, and also in
1980 when Lloyd last won the U.S. Open,
was Mandlikova.
"SHE SAID after the 1981 finals that
she might be retiring to start a family,"
said Mandlikova. "I said, 'Oh, God, I
am so happy.' But she is still here and
she's playing better and better every
year. So I think I better not believe her
Will Lloyd be back at the Open to try
for a seventh crown next year?
"That's a long way away," she said.
"I'll go to December and see how I feel.
If I'm still eager, I'll commit for next
Lendi, Connors advance
NEW YORK (AP) - Ivan Lendl ex.
tended hismastery of John McEnroe,
ousting the three-time defending
champion 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 in the men's semi-
Lendl, seeded third in America's
premier tennis event, will meet Jimmy
Connors in today's men's singles final,
to be nationally televised on CBS star-
ting at 4 p.m. EDT.
CONNORS, the No. 2 seed, gained the
final with a 6=1, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 triumph over
fourth-seeded Guillermo Vilas of
So completely did Lendl dominate
McEnroe that the New Yorker had only
two break points in the match on the
Czech's serve, in the second and fourth
games of the third set. Both times
McEnroe had the advantage, and both

CHRIS EVERT-LLOYD returns a volley from Hana Mandlikova in U.S.
Open Tennis action yesterday. Evert-Lloyd went on to defeat Mandlikova, 6-
3,6-1, claiming her sixth U.S. Open Singles title.





times Lendl won the next three points to
hold serve.
Scrapping for every point, fighting to
get back into the match, McEnroe tried
everything, sometimes playing a
baseline game, sometimes taking the
net at every chance, anything to upset
Lendl's rhythm and dominating
McENROE, the world's No. 1 ranked
player who now has lost his last six
matches against Lendl, was top-seeded
in his bid for a fourth straight U.S. Open
title on the hard courts at the National
Tennis Center., He lost his Wimbledon
title to Connors in July.

Lendl, was in peak form, finding the
corners and the lines with his ferocious
forehand and making infrequent but
successful forays to the net.
The Czech right-hander rallied from a
2-5 deficit in the decisive third-set
tiebreaker and won it 8-6 when
McEnroe's cross-court backhand sailed
Lendl, who has never won a Gra
Slam event and who had reached
final of one only once before, broie
McEnroe in the fifth game of the
opening set at 15, then held sevice tie
rest of the way.





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