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The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 1, 1982-Page 13

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GRIDDE PICKS

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Former welterweight champion
Thomas Hearns tried a new line of work
Wednesday night, when he joined
Charlie Wilson (left) and Robert Wilson
-'of the Gap Band. Hearns, nicknamed
the Motor City Hit Man, appropriately
~ helped the group sing "You Dropped a
Bomb on Me" during the concert at
Crisler Arena.
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Few men realize that Gridde picks
are an important part of being a "Real
Man." For instance, real men do not
pick Hawaii over Wyoming. After all,
Wyoming's nickname is the Cowboys,
and Hawaii's grid squad is called - are
your ready for this - the Rainbows.
Real, men pick Colorado to upset
UCLA because real men like to take
chances. Besides, Colorado has moun-
tains and wild animals, while Los
Angeles is filled with hot tubs and
quiche-eaters.
Most of all, real men win Griddes,
because real men know football. Put
yourself to the ultimate test of manhood
by bringing your picks, including the
score of the Michigan game, to the
Daily offices at 420 Maynard by mid-
night Friday.

1. Indiana at MICHIGAN (pick score)1
2. Florida State at Ohio State
3. Notre'Dame at Michigan State
4. Illinois at Minnesota
5. Wisconsin at Purdue
6. Northwestern at Iowa
7. UCLA at Colorado
8. Georgia at Mississippi State
9. West Virginia at Pittsburgh
10. Nebraska at Auburn
11. Oklahoma at Iowa State
12. Wyoming at Hawaii
13. South Dakota at Omaha
14. Brown at Princeton
15. Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan
16. N.Y. Tech at Merchant Marine
17. Chico State at Simon Fraser
18. Humboldt State at Puget Sound
19. Indiana (Pa.) at Slippery Rock
20. Daily LIBELS at Strikebreakers

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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

Spartan spurt downs
'M'soccer club, 4-1

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Three second-half goals propelled the
Michigan State varsity Soccer team to
a 4-1 victory over the Michigan soccer
club on Wednesday night. The
Wolverines played a tough first half
before the Spartans second half spurt
put the game out of reach.
The Spartans scored early in the first
half on a shot from 25 yards out.
Although they continued to.control the
ball and managed nine more shots on
olverine goalie Peter Puccia, they,
were unable to score again in the first
half.
- THE SCORE went to 2-0 early in the
second half when a free kick carommed
off a defender and into the Michigan
goal.
w The Spartans made it 3-0 before the
Wolverines finally got on the board
when Faiht Tesok dribbled down the
left side and took a shot that bounced off
defender and across the goal mouth to
Wyhere Phillip Das was waiting to put it
in.
All hopes for a comeback were
dashed when a tripping penalty was
called on a Michigan defender near the
goal. The Spartans were awarded a
penalty shot from ten yards away.
PUCCIA stopped Spartan co-captain
Tom Saxton's shot, but the referee
awarded him another shot because
Puccia had moved before the ball had
been kicked.
"I did move, but it's an unwritten rule
that you never call a goalie for that,"
said Puccia. Puccia almost stopped
Saxton's second attempt as well, but
the ball bounced underneath him and
into the goal.
Coach Tony Almeida felt one of the
reasons for the loss was that his team
practices on grass at Elbel Field but
plays its games on Ferry Field's ar-
tificial surface. Michigan football
coach Bo Schembechler, who uses the
field for football practices, lets the soc-
cer team use it for games but not for
practices.
Michigan State's record improved to
3-1 while the Wolverines fell to 1-3.
The club will play the Michigan
graduate soccer club tomorrow at Elbel
Field. Game time is 6:30 p.m.
Hockey tickets on sale
Ever wish you could just see the
Michigan hockey team play on Friday
nights? Or maybe go just on Saturday?
Well, a new development in the season
ticket sales this year will enable you to
do just that, if you wish.
According to Don Triveline,
Michigan's Marketing and Promotions
Director, a Friday night season ticket
will be available for $37. If you would

like to go only on Saturday, a Saturday
night season ticket can be purchased
for $33.
The rest of the season ticket packages
, will remain the same; staff $45, student
Ye $30 and general public $70. Individual
reserved tickets will be $4 and general
admission tickets $3. Tickets are now
on sale at the Athletic Ticket office at
the corner of State Street and Hoover.
-TAM BENTLEY
LeFlore arrested
CHICAGO (AP)- Outfielder Ron
LeFlore of the Chicago White Sox was
arrested yesterday after officers from
the Narcotics Division searched his
apartment and found "quaaludes and
what appeared to be some sort of
stimulants," police said.
LeFlore, who reached the major
leagues after his talents were
discovered while playing at Southern
Michigan Prison in Jackson, Mich., has
been in Manager Tony LaRussa's
doghouse since midseason.
The 30-year-old LeFlore, handed the
center field job by LaRussa, was once
suspended for three days for arriving
late for a game in Milwaukee.
Strachan sentenced
NEW ORLEANS (AP)- Former
New Orleans Saints running back Mike
Strachan, sentenced to serve three
years in prison for cocaine dealing, said
yesterday he would tell a federal grand
jury that National Football League
Rookie of the Year George Rogers was
the team's biggest supplier.
"He and David Waymer. They were
the ones giving it to the other players.
"I'm not saying they were making a
profit. They were doing the same thing
I was doing," Strachan said.

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