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Women's Tennis
vs. Western Michigan
Saturday, 12 p.m.
Track and Tennis Building
The Michigan Daily
Bo and

SPORTS
Wednesday, March 15, 1989

Women's Tennis
vs. Bowling Green
Today, 2 p.m.
Track and Tennis Building

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BY STEVE BLONDER
Michigan coach Bo Schembechler officially
began cultivating his entry to defend last year's
Tournament of Roses championship yesterday as
the Wolverines held their first day of spring
football workouts.
The big question which needs to be answered
is: Who will be Michigan's starting quarterback?
Schembechler gave the one word answer as to
who is winning the quarterback derby between
Michael Taylor and Demetrius Brown.
"Nobody," Schembechler snapped. "Both of
these kids have earned the right to be considered.
Right now they are dead even.
"That's an awfully nice problem to have."
The primary concerns are the kicking game
and the defensive secondary, Schembechler says
he doesn't "have a punter who is ready to go into
a game. We'll look at every guy who's walked

spring i
on, or recruited on. I'm not concerned about the
place-kicking, but if we don't have a punter here,
I hope he's coming in this fall."
Mike Gillette handled both the punting and
place-kicking chores last season.
IN THE SECONDARY, Michigan lost
cornerback David Arnold to graduation, but re-
turns starters Tripp Welbourne, David Key, and
Vada Muray.
"I worry more about my secondary than
anything else. You can't have a great team
without a great secondary," Schembechler said.
The offensive line, weakened by the
graduation of stalwarts John Vitale and Mike
Husar, will be anchored by tackles Greg Skrep-
enak and Tom Dohring, who will miss all of
spring practice as he recovers from shoulder
surgery. Marc Ramirez and Dean Dingman are
expected to start at the guards, while Matt Elliott

nto action
is expected to replace All-American Vitale at
center.
On the defensive side of the line, Warde
Manuel, John Herrmann, and Brent White should
see playing time at the tackle positions, though
they will have a tough time filling the shoes of
All-American Mark Messner, who led the team
in tackles-for-losses.
"We have to replace some great players,"
Schembechler said. "If we can't replace those
players with some with equal ability, the others
who are veterans should play better, naturally."
One position where Schembechler doesn't
have to worry about replacing anybody is the
backfield, bolstered by the return of Leroy Hoard,
Jarrod Bunch, and Tony Boles.
Schembechler hoped to begin scrimaging by
Friday, and spring practice culminates with the
annual Maize and Blue game on April 15.

Richard Eisen

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,HI - S THE summer job you nave been
waiting for. The Park Cafe & Grocery in St.
Mar, Montana east entrancce to Glacier
Natl park, has positions open in the cafe, ift
& froery stores. Call Kathryn at 916- 5-
_04)0 for info.
SUMMER JOB- PART TIME. Car neces-
_ary. Responsiblities include driving two
boys 8 and 6 to swim class and tennis 3
mornings per week, July and Augu a be
sitting some evenings, salary negotiabe. all
'665-9369 after 7 pmn.
THE DEPT. OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
is hiring RENTAL MANAGERS for its Out-
door Program for Spring/Summer semester.
Pay is $4.60/hr. Call the NCRB at 763-4650
for more information, or stop by to pick up an
application.
ATTENTION
Somejobspaywell. Some jobs change the
world. This job does both. Work for the
SMichian Citizens Lobby. Work full/part
time. Hr.2 1 Er $275/wk. full
time. Call 9-5,663-684.
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BUSY ENTREPRENEUR needs helper-
graduate female preferred for a variety of
:personal and business tasks. 761-5410.
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CAMPUS PAINTERS INC. now hiring
novice and experienced painters for summer
housepainting in Chicago north suburbs. Call
to arrange an interview 312-251-0151. Mail-
ing address is: 2901 Central Street, Evanston,
11.60201.
COUNSELORS
For boys' camp in Maine. Openings in most
activities (WS, tennis, basketball, etc. U -
perclassmen preferred. Write: Cam Cedar
1758 Beacon St. Brookline, MA 02146 or
call 617-277-8086.
DENNY'S
Terrific, new 24-hour Denny's will open
soon in Downtown Ann Arbor (where the
Pantree used to be). We are seeking to hire
the best:
hServers
* Bartenders
* Bussers
* Cooks
* Host/Hostesses
We Assistant Managers
W are offering top wages and benefits. Ac-
cepting a lications onda -Saturday, 1-4
p.m. Apply in person at 330 East Liberty.
EASY WORK! Excellent pay! Assemble
Sproducts at home. Call for information. 504-
641-8003 Ext. 2085.
Hair Models needed. Contact Laky's Salon at
668-8812.
JAPANESE TRAVEL AGENCY in South-
field seeks full-time person. Must speak
Jap e and English. Ca Tom or Toshi at:
JOURNALISM INTERN
The Detroit Jewish News needs a news de-
partment summer intem. College student with
journalism experience and knowledge of the
Jewish community is prefered. Duties include
editing, writing news stories, maintaining
clipping and photograph files. Pay is mini-
mum wage plus lots of experience. To apply,
call Allan Hitsky, 354-6060.
MANAGER TRAINEE--Young corporation
expanding in Ann Arbor area. Need to open 2
branch offices. No experience necessary.
train in all aspects of business. Earning
*potential 35K+i. Security fee required if ac-
*cepted. 973-2696.
MUSICIANS NEEDED for pit orchestra for
"Chicago." Banjo, reeds (sax, clarinet). $100
for 3 rehearsals & 4 performances. March 23-
26. Call 747-8728.
NOW HIRING FOR SPRING/SUMMER
AND FALL TERMS. Account executives
needed to sell advertisin for The Michigan
Dailyl Job descriptions &applications avail-
able in the Senior Staff Office, 420 Maynard.
Application deadline is March 17.
SPRING/SUMMER-looking for warn, expe-
rienced babysitter for our 3 yr. old daughter.
6-10 hrs./wk. Prefer non-smoker w/ own
transportation & references. Please call 769-

.T DPt. U KECKEATIONAL SPORTS
is hiring TRIP LEADERS for its Outdoor
P ram for Sp./Su. semester. Experience
leadn outdoor tnps (backpacking, climbing,
canoe/raft basic camping) preferred. Must be
available rApril7-9 training weekend. Call
the NCRB at 763-4560 or stop by during
business hours for more information.
THE PRINCETON REVIEW
Nation's #1 test prep service seeks directors
for Detroit/Ann Arbor, San Diego K.C. of-
fices. Must be bright, self-starter able to excel
in entrepreneurial atmosphere. Ability to
manage people. 1 yr. work exp. + high stan-
dardized test scores a plus. Salary com ti-
tive. Send resume: TPR 28104 Orchard Lake
Rd. Suite 111, Farmington Hills, MI 48018.
OPPORTUNITY TO EARN great wages and
spend your summer at the beach. Work May -
Aug. in Ocean City, MD while enjoying the
sun, ocean, pool and exciting nightlife. Jobs
are p lentiful! Waitress ing jb make about
$200/night. Rent is only 88/month with
utilities included. We are seeking 2 more fe-
male roommates to share a 2 bedroom fur-
nished cottage. Call Tricia, 764-5632.
Part-time Assistant for local market research
co. Clerical duties, inc. prep: report & pre
sentation materials, proofreading, generalof-
fice support. Computer experience, esp. IBM
PC/Compatible helpful. Send info to Mark
Kassof and Co. 527 E. Liberty Ste. 201, AA
48104. NO CALLS PLEASE.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD!!!!!
If you find an error in your classified
ad, please call the Classified
Correction Hotline-764-0557.
The Michigan Daily is only responsible for
errors in classified ads if notified by 5:00 pm
on the first date of publication.
THANK YOU !
TYPING & general office work, approx. 15
hrs./wk. $5 -6/hr.Full-time during summer.
Mrs. Jubin 763-2102.
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TRAINING!
Five Day Expense-Paid Sales Training
Program in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Train with 200 other college students from
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MONEY1
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Sales Period. Opportunity for a Profitable
Summer.
Interviewing on Campus:
Thursday, March 16
Sign-up: Summer Job Fair,
2nd Floor - Michigan Union
Ballroom ?

HELP WANTED
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Survey
Research Center is hiring temporary, art-
time interviewers. We will train in telephone
interviewing techniques and in use o com-
puter terminals. No expenence necessary.
Work is available through May 1. Applicants
must be available to work at least three shifts
per week includmig evenings and weekends.
Pay starts at $5.50/hr. A licants must be
available for three nights of training, March
15-17 or 20-22. Applications may be picked
up in room 1066, Institute for Social Re-
search, 426 Thompson St., March 15-17,
9am-4pm. A nondiscriminatory, affirmative
action employer.
SUMMER CAMP STAFF POSITIONS:
Counseling and Supervisory openngs.
Horses, sailing, archery, rifelry, cra ts,
wilderness trips. Christian values inoa family
atmosphere. YMCA STORER CAMPS.
Jackson, MI. For further information contact:
Tammie Dey,761-39 18.
SUMMER JOBS AVAILABLE in Western
Wayne and Downriver areas. Don't wait until
June--A 1 now. For DOWNRIVER area
Call (313)284-2260 ask for Sharon. For
WESTERN WAYNE area call (313)425-
6226 ask for Michell. Good pay rates. No
fee. STD TEMPORARY SERVICE.
SUMMER JOBS! U pto $7/hr. for painters,
foremen. Call Jason f-800-543-3792.
SUMMER JOBS: Foremen and painters
$5.00-7.00. Call John 761-4717.
Get your buttons from Word Silkscreening.
We have the best prices. Call 665-6031.
G* eG"PLACESno
$99 ANYWHERE IN THE USA ON
NORTHWEST AIRLINES! Bring your
American Express voucher. Call REGENCY
TRAVEL, -6122, ask for Ann or Dawn.
EUROPE '89 - London from $379, Amster-
dam from $518, Frankfurt from $448, Paris
from $608. Eurail p ass from $320. RE-
GENCY TRAVEL 209 S. State 665-6122.
Ask for Deb or Dan.
ONE WAY Detroit to Philly. Leaves May 2.
Call 995-5874 and ask for Angela B. Price
neg.
ORIENT SUPERFARES SAVE 30%+
Bei ing fr. $1149, Seoul fr. $729, Shanghai
fr. 199 Taipei fr. $751 Tokyo fr. $782.
REGENdY TRAVEL, 269 S. State. Call
665-6122, ask for Joanne or Dan.
SPRING BREAK! Logcabin retreat. Fully
skiing, snowshoe options. $38-58 per nght/
mid-week rates cheaper! 10 min. from Tra-
verse City. 61 6-276-9502.
Student Travel Breaks at Stamos'
Kerry Town * 407 North Fifth
663-4400 483-5040
Traverse City area. LOG CABINS w/ fire-
glace. Fully equipped. Sleeps.2-4. Includes
week.b, boats, canoes, linens. $335-360 a
week. 616-276-9502.
WAITED LONG ENOUGH...attention all
solo performers/musicians of Ann Arbor!
Femate vocalist with a wide range of musical
influences (Kate Bush Fred Von Stade,
Stones, Lou Reed, Hendrix EPMD) is inter-
ested in forming a band. Will be in town all
summer. IF interested call Becky at 761-
2185.
* GRATEFUL DEAD TICKETS *
Call Steve, 764-1749.
4 GRATEFUL DEAD tickets for sale. Apr.
6. Call 996-4150. Leave message.
DEAD, R.E.M. AND BON JOVI
Great seats! Call 764-4735 after 5.
FOR SALE: 12 DEAD tickets for April 6
show. Very cheap. Call 668-9336 immedi-
ately.
ROOMMATES
FEMALE NS ROOMMATE needed starting
May 15. Apartment is a must see! Call
Sharon, 995-3745. DW, parking, 2 baths!
AVAIABLE IMMEDIATELY. Large room
in 5 bdrm. house. Beautifully remodeled, nice
guys. 769-6478.

'M' recruit
Talley is Mr.
Basketball
DETROIT (AP) - Detroit
Cooley guard and Michigan recruit
Michael Talley was named Monday
the recipient of the 1989 Mr.
Basketball Award for Michigan,
given to the top high school senior
player.
The 6-foot Talley averaged 20.8
points, four assists and three steals
this season in leading Cooley into
the Class A quarterfinals. Cooley,
22-1, has won the past two Class A
titles, with Talley as a starter in
those seasons.
Talley has hit on 60 percent of
his shots, including 56 percent of
his three-point tries.
Sander Scott of Northport
finished second in the voting for the
award, followed by Dwayne Steph-
ens of Ferndale, Dennis Hann of
Mio-AuSable, Jeff Warren of Litch-
field, Lou Dawkins of Saginaw, Ray
Schnieder of Mt. Pleasant. Tony
Tolbert of Detroit DePorress and
Sam Mitchell of Kalamazoo Loy
Norrix finished eighth and ninth,
respectively. Both will become
Talley's teammate next year.
2 FEMALE nonsmoking roommates needed
for a 3 bdnr.apt. Free parking, close to gro-
cery , $266/person, gaduate students pre'd.
Sept.-Sept., Lisa 76 -2913.
NEED 2 for dbl. in house at 516 Catherine.
$260/mo. Call Brad 747-9965.
NEED A PLACE next year? Own rm. in 7
bdrm. co-ed hse. May-may. $247/mo. Female
pref. Call us 761-1733 Michele or Tery
ROOMMATE available now one bdrm.
Rent: $250. ISSA PROPERTIES 662-4446.
SEEKING 1 male to fill last spot in lage
house 2 min. from Union. Sept.-Sept., $230-
250/mo. Park./laundry. 930-0638.
SEEKING ONE FEMALE non-smoking
roommate for 5-bedroom Hill St. apt. Sept. -
Sept. lease. 930-6851.
SEEKING: 1 roommate to share 5 bdrm.
house on E. University. All yr. or starting in
Jan. Call Laura, 764-9644.
ATHLETICS
GAY GAMES III and CULTURAL FESTI-
VAL. August 4-11 1990, Vancouver
Canada. Arts Fair and h8 sports. Open to all.
Write: MVAAA Box 84954, San Diego, CA
92138.
LAT INO ST UDE NTS!!
- SALSA -
(Socially Active Latino Students Association)
INVITES YOU TO ATTEND ...
CULTURAL
CELEBRATION WEEK
3/15 Latino Cultural Night with
Pregones
236 E. Engineering, 7-10 pm
3/16 Panel Discussion - The
Latina of the 90's
120 Hutchinson Hall, 7 pm
3/17 Dance - D.J. Jimmy Barrios
Trotter House, 9 pm-1 am
Questions? Call Grecia: 763-3991

Despite great season icers
could not prove superiority
DETROIT - In between the first and second periods of the Michigan
State-Lake Superior CCHA championship game on Sunday, the NCAA
announced who would make this year's post-season hockey tournament.
And guess what. Bowling Green made it.
With three weeks to go in the season, Bowling Green was solidly in
fifth-place and it looked likely they would be home for St. Patrick's Day.
But with a lackluster three-overtime victory over Michigan and a last
minute victory over Illinois-Chicago in Sunday's consolation game, the
Falcons eked out a tournament bid.
The most heartbreaking point of all is that Michigan is better than the
Falcons. The Wolverines, who beat the Falcons three out of four times
during the season, should have made the tournament.
They just couldn't prove that.
And now, the Michigan players must endure the unendurable. They
must watch a team play in the NCAAs that they know is inferior. They
will sit in their living rooms, while the Falcons travel to Boston to play
their first-round game.
Why?
Throughout the season, Michigan quieted the doubting fans who
claimed they could never come up with the big win. Last October in Lake
Superior, they overcame a backbreaking game-tying goal in the last min-
ute to win in overtime.
LATER ON, Michigan beat the Falcons in Ohio, despite a brawl and
obnoxious fans. In December, Michigan won the regular season crown
jewel, the Great Lakes Invitational tournament, beating North Dakota
with a four-goal third period and a game-winner in the second over-time.
This win made the NCAA hockey community stand up and notice that
Michigan had arrived. No more kicking the crap out of the Wolverines.
Had Michigan reached the CCHA's second round, the GLI would have
most assuredly helped them ice a bid to the tournament. Bowling Green
made it, without the huge non-conference wins.
But when Michigan finally had the chance to prove to the CCHA
community they were worthy of "The Joe," they couldn't do it. In one of
the most important games of the season, they gave up 56 shots on goal.
Michigan had only 25 shots.
For a defensive-minded team, giving up 56 shots on goal is inex-
cusable. If Michigan goalie Warren Sharples was not as hot as he was,
Michigan would have lost 9-2 in regulation instead of 3-2 in triple
overtime.
But Bowling Green won. Now they're in the tournament. Just because
they beat Illinois-Chicago in the damn consolation game.
Michigan could have done that. But they didn't have the right to play
UIC because they couldn't prove they were worthy.
EVEN MORE upseting is the fact that St. Cloud College made the
tournament, with its highly mediocre 17-15-1 record. They got the one
bid that the NCAA is required to mete out to an independent team.
Michigan could take them, just as they took Lake Superior twice.
They could also beat Boston College, who the Falcons will play in the
first round. Earlier this year, Michigan was tied with BC until a referee
decided to call two penalties on the Wolverines in the last two minutes of
the game.
But this all goes for naught. Michigan must now look to the future.
This year's season will, needless to say, prepare the Wolverines for
another run at the Joe next year. And they should make it. They have
good coaching and good players. And they have good recruits.
And they have learned how to win, regardless of that game against the
Falcons. Any team that didn't know how to win could not have pulled off
a sweep of the Lakers or a GLI victory. This team does have character.
All the players who played on dismal teams their first years will now
play on great ones. Michigan coach Red Berenson has turned the hockey
program around. Soon, winning the GLI won't be such an earthshattering
victory. Soon, proving their worthiness for an NCAA bid won't be so
tough.
But for now, in the present, Bowling Green took Michigan's bid. Or
St. Cloud did. Regardless, those teams proved they should be there.
Michigan did not. And that's a shame.

The Chicago azecue I
NO.25 MARCH 15, 1929 10 CENTS
ROXIE'S HUSBAND to his charges. Roxie's
FILES FOR faithful fans sent baby bibs
DIVORCE! and booties to comfort the
jailed mother-to-be.
Amos Hart is not theMrs. Hart was arrested
father of Roxie's baby! for the murder of her lover,
In yet another twist to
Fred Casely, on February
the Hart case, Amos Hart .
14. She is being held at
filed for divorce today, just Cook County Jail, awaiting
five days after his wife, trail.

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