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Volleyball vs. Eastern Michigan
Tuesday, 7 p.m.
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SPORTS

Field Hockey vs. Central Michigan
Tuesday, 4 p.m.
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The Michigan Daily

Monday, September 16, 1985

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LIONS AND TIGERS AND BEARS, OH MY:
Lions do Dallas, 26-21

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PONTIAC (AP) - Eric Hipple
passed for one touchdown and ran for
another while a fired-up Detroit
defense forced five Dallas turnovers
yesterday as the Lions held off the
Cowboys for a 26-21 National Football
League victory.
It was the Lion's second straight
triumph under first-year Coach
Darryl Rogers.
Hipple, who completed 10 of 23
passes for 141 yards, flipped a 21-yard
scoring strike to Jeff Chadwick at 4:24
of the first quarter and ran one yard
for a TD at 2:33 of the third quarter.
James Jones scored the Lions' other
touchdown at 2:59 of the third quarter.
Eddie Murray kicked field goals of 34
and 46 yards, completing the Lions'
scoring.
The Cowboys, who appeared flat af-
ter their emotional victory over
Washington last Monday night, didn't
score until the fourth quarter when'
Gary Hogeboom came on for injured

quarterback Danny White.
Tigers 4, Orioles 1
DETROIT (AP) - Barbaro Garbey
broke an eighth-inning tie when he
scored from second on Cal Ripken's
two-out throwing error, then Lance
Parrish added a two-run single as the
Detroit Tigers beat the Baltimore
Orioles 4-1 yesterday.
Garbey, pinch-running, was on
second when Alan Trammell hit a
routine grounder to shortstop. Ripken
threw wildly over the head of first
baseman Eddie Murray, sending., Lou
Whitaker to third and Trammell to
second. Kirk Gibson was intentionally
walked and Parrish followed with
his single.
Willie Hernandez, 8-9, was the win-
ning pitcher in relief of Jack Morris.
Sammy Stewart, 5-5, suffered the
defeat.

Bears 20, Patriots 7
CHICAGO (AP) - Middle
linebacker Mike Singletary, leading a
ferocious defense, registered three
sacks and intercepted a pass yester-
day, firing the Chicago Bears to a 20-7
victory over New England in a
National Football League game.
The triumph was the second
straight for the Bears, while New
England fell to 1-1.
The Patriots were able to cross into
Bear territory only once until Tony
Eason hit Craig James with a 90-yard
touchdown pass in the fourth quarter.
Quarterback Jim McMahon threw a
32-yard pass to Dennis McKinnon for
a touchdown on the Bears' first
possession and set up another with a
43-yard pass to Willie Gault before
leaving the game with a stiff neck.

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SPORTS OF THE DAILY:

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Irish nip stiker,-

By DOUG VOLAN
After a season-opening 1-0 loss to
Notre Dame yesterday, the field
hockey team might appear ready to
repeat last year's dismal season, in
which the stickers managed just 14
goals in 19 games.
There is plenty of reason to be op-
timistic however, because manhan-
dled the Irish in the ever important
statistic of shots on goal, 14-6. This
shows that Michigan played well
defensively, according to coach
Karen Collins, who was particularly
impressed with the play of mid-
fielders Joan Taylor, Jane Nixon and
Debbie Devine.

The Stickers applied a lot of
pressure, but just could not get the
ball in the cage. Collins said the main
problem is "an inexperienced front
line." Despite that, Collins feels this
year's squad is better than last year's.
"Once they click in the circle,
.they're going to be great," she said.
After a scoreless first half, Notre
Dame broke through with a goal eight
minutes into the second half. Benet
DeBerry of Notre Dame took a pass
from teammate Regina Degman and
slapped one past Michigan goalie
Maryann Bell.
Linksters stroke to second
It wasn't just the Michigan football

team getting into the swing of things
last weekend.
Coach Sue LeClair's women golfers
drove their way to a second-place.
finish in a six-team match at Ferris,4
State College Friday and Saturday.
An enthusiastic LeClair called the
second-place finish "a first ever" for
the lady linksters after finishing next-
to-last in the same tournament last
year.
Leading the way for the Wolverines
were juniors Jan Idomir, who placed
third overall with rounds of 78-80-79,
and Perri Mage, who carded a 76 for
Michigan's low tournament round on
the Catke Golf Course in Big Rapids.
- JERRY MUTH

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PERSONAL

HELP WANTED

'78 MERCURY ZEPHYR 2 drive, 79,000 miles,
stick shift. $800, 973-2282 evenings or weekends.
53B0920
'75 VW RABBIT - Sunroof-radio very good con-
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FOR SALE HP-41CV calculator $100.00, HP-16C
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6738. 42B0913
1978 RENAULT Le Car. 50,000 miles. Little
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995-2494after 5:00. dBtc

10 EXECUTIVE Steel Case desks. $100 each.
482-3760. 89B0916
1972 DUSTER for sale. Excellent condition!
Recent Trans., Brake, Radiator Overhaul. $350 or
Best Offer. Call Mike. 662-1063. 20B0920
IBM SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER. Excellent
condition. Ten ribbons. $200. (662-1846 evenings.)
22B0920
IS IT TRUE You Can Buy Jeeps for $44 through
the U.S. gvernment? Get the facts today! Call 1-
312-742-1142. Ext. 1137A. 77B101

REFRIGERATOR. 1.6 cubic feet. Good working
condition. $55. Call after 7 p.m. 482-6755. 12B0919
FOR RENT
PARKING - CAMPUS: South University and
Forest. 761-9635 or 761-7400. 21c0918
MALE ROOMMATE Wanted. Share 2 bedroom
apartment. $260 month plus half utilities. Com-
fortable apartment in quiet house. 8 blocks central,
5 blocks medical. 668-8545. Vince. 1600917

ADOPTION: Caring, accomplished woman
(Ph.D. - public health) hopes to adopt infant.
Offers loving, stimulating, stable home; excellent
education; supportive family and friends. Will
pay all expenses legally permitted. Call
301-530-9180 collect. 26F0918
1979 CAMARO BERLINETTA. Asking $3,600 or
best offer. V-8, automatic, 8-track, AC. Call
995-0320 after 6 p.m. 37F0926
F YOU'RE GAY, or think you might be, and are
male, and would like to join a group led by
trained gay facilitators and talk with men like
yourself about "coming out" to yourself, to the
gay community, or to non-gay people, please call
763-4186 or 662-1977 weekdays. 75F0927
STUDENT SERVICES
BIKE REPAIR - Tired of leaving your bike at
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One Day Repair Service. Student Bike Shop 607
S. Forest at S. University. 662-6986 next to
Village Corner. 33G0926

DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Edited by Trude Michel Jaffe

ACROSS
1 Scored, NHL
style
6 Involved
10 Con
14 "- Ben
Jonson!"
15 She, in Sevilla
16 Aura of glory
17 Stars in the
school system
19 Way off
20 Time out of
mind
21 Diving bird
22 Pacific
24 Vocalize
26 Gypsy's card
27- pro nobis
28 Office furniture
31 California-
Nevada
waterway
34 Major copper
source
35 Know remorse
36 Part of a
drachma
37 Image, in away
38 Yorkshire river
39 Bottom line.
40 Root for the
home team
41 Thymus, for
one
42 Chemical salt
44 Kyd's before
45 Agitates
46 Sharon Christa
McAuliffe, e.g.
50 Eliot, Gordon
or Burns
52 School
segment
RA ()1WA C'Amh

2 Indonesian
islands
3 Makes up
ground
4 Shore sight
5 State
6 Warehouse
7 Verve
8 Annex
9 Worth a D
10 Israel's Ariel
11 Where 55
Across mass
12 Bates or
Ameche
13 Word from
young Twist
18 Hebrides isle
23 New York canal
25 Unruffled
26 Smear
28 Elected
29 Pirouette
30 Beginning
31 Lob
32 Be propin-
quitous
33 School sites
34 Thickens,
as cream

37 Mix
38 One of the
Waughs
40 Tar's pen
41 English subject
43 Trunk lines?
44 Architect
Saarinen
46 Happy sound

DORM DOINGS

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Egret
Use force
Wars of the
Sign of joy
Behan's land
Truck rtes.
Scull
Lyric effort

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Students
Consider the advantages of on-campus dining in UM Resi
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We have a meal plan for your style. Come to
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HELP WANTED

TOP TYPISTS - Top wages, Part Time, periodic
flexible hours 80 WPM minimum, $4.50-$7.00 per
hour. Call 668-8898. 06H0916
NEEDED - Blood donors for diarrhea re-
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of antibiotic use in last year, gastrointestinal
disease, or diarrhea while taking antibiotics 3)
no prior employment in a hospital. For blood and
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763-3595 Division of Infectious Diseases Univer-
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"WORK for academic credit or volunteer at the
Pound House Children's Center this Fall. Located
at Hill and East University. Come over for a visit
or call 764-2547 for more information." 40H0920
WANTED Person proficient in Latin, Virgil.
Please call 769-2281. 38H0919
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your schedule. Apply in person after 2 p.m. or
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LOCAL RESTAURANT has opening for part time
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DELIVERY DRIVERS NEEDED - part time
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Run at 994-3151. 36H0925
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days. 18H0920
EXCELLENT COMMISSION doing phone sales
from your home. Part time. You set the hours.
994-5109. 87H0916
CHILD CARE. After school, 4-6 p.m. weekdays.
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DIRECT care staff to assist person with develop-
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EXCELLENT COMMISSION phone sales from
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994-5109. 84H0916
PIECE of the Pie-Pizza-by-the-slice, seeks sup-
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location, Ann Arbor. Apply to a manager at
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PEOPLE LOOKING for PART TIME jobs. 16 to
32 hours a week. Call State Security at 668-0447
for information. Excellent for students. 13H0925

HELP WANTED
SCHOOL LUNCH room supervisor. M-F 11:30-
12:30. About 11 miles from campus. $5.00 per
hour. Call 668-6770. 84110916
PART-TIME JOBS. Need people to post + dis-
tribute flyers. $5/hr. Students Pref. Call Hillel,
#663-3336. 09H0916
BUSINESS SERVICES
SAVE UP TO 50 % on long distance telephone
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A CUT ABOVE HAIR DESIGN - Special $5 off
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Reasonable rates. Laurie, 973-1592. cJtc
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EXECU-TOPS Word Processing 663-7158
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with Bob Blood Ph.D., Mary Blood M.A. $35
N T E registration plus sliding scale professional fee.
0 N 76946.52F926
N I D END OF SUMMER SALE at the MUSEUM GIFT
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9114185 OF NATURAL HISTORY. N. University and
Geddes 764-0480. 50F0920
INTERESTED IN GOING to Law School? Come
to the Undergraduate Law Club Mass Meeting!
i2 13 Wednesday, September 18, 7 p.m. Pendleton Room
Michigan Union. 44F0918
STUDY IN PEACE and quiet - get ear plugs at
the VILLAGE APOTHECARY, 1112 S. University.
cFtc

FEDERAL, STATE, & Civil jobs now available.
Call 1-619-565-1657 for info. 24 hrs. 25H0920
MAUDE'S RESTAURANT seeking energetic,
hard working individuals for part time line cook,
pantry and dish positions. Will pay for experience
or train the right person. Please apply between
2-5 p.m., 314 S. Fourth Avenue, Ann Arbor.
39H0927
ENJOY going to Parties? Enjoy taking photo-
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equipment necessary. The Picture Man 9943914
Monday-Friday 10-5. 47110920
MAKE MONEY AND HAVE FUN selling T-shirts
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Passport Internationale, 159 Rutledge, Charleston,
SC 29403 51H10920
WORLD'S GREATEST JOB. Telephone inter-
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Some typing necessary, computer terminal ex-
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flexibility. Must have own transportation. $3.50/
hour to start. Call Neal & Associates, 973-9033
9 a.m.-1 p.m. 49H0920
CHILD CARE - Need student to provide trans-
portation to after school activities, for two boys,
ages 11 and 12. Own car essential for late after-
noons. $4.00 per hour. Call 769-3708 evenings.
73H0916
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5,000+ Openings. Complete Information $5.00.
Park Report. Mission Mountain Company 651 2nd
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SPARE ROOM? Student-artist needs compli-
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761-8048. 48M0927

GOING PLACES

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RIDE NEEDED to Traverse City any weekend.
Share expenses, driving. Dick 662-0507. 85K0916
SITUATIONS
WANTED
CONCERT PROMOTER - Needs student dorm
representative. Call 665-4755. 40P0919
TICKETS

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ENJOY going to Parties? Enjoy taking photo-
graphs? Do both and make $4-$8/hour. No equip-
ment necessary. The Picture Man 994-3914
Monday-Friday 10-5. 46F0920
SELECTIVE swingers parties in spacious,
secluded Michigan mansions. Couples only. To
participate write Judd & Lambert, 256 South
Robertson, Beverly Hills, California 92141 24F0918

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