The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 29, 1982, Image 16

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sports Fazio cautious about Cards United Press International You could almost excuse No. 2 Pittsburgh for looking past outmanned Louisville to next week’s meeting with Notre Dame. You could, but Panther coach Foge Fazio won’t. “Louisville is a club that has been up and down this year,” Fazio said. “They’ve got great skilled people and a veteran football team.” Fazio sounds touchy after last week’s 14-0 escape over Syra cuse, a decision that neverthe less allowed the Panthers to inch closer to No. 1 Washington in the UPI Board of Coaches rat- the conviction that only a coach with an undefeated record seems able to muster. Pitt has won both previous meetings between the teams, 27- 6 in 1976 and 41-23 in 1980. Quarterback Dan Marino should help make it another long day for the 3-4 Cardinals. Marino, who tossed for 227 yards and one TD against Syra cuse, has thrown at least one TD pass in 18 straight games. mgs. “We’re expecting a very phy sical game,” said Fazio. “Louis ville is a very physical football team.” Teams certainly know how to get up for us,” Fazio said with Among the Top 20, there are still seven teams without a loss, -Mi W SHORT NECKS 9 including the top five teams. The other unbeaten teams playing Saturday are: No. 1 Washington (7-0) at Stanford, Memphis State at No. 3 Georgia (7-0) plays Texas A&M, Rice at No. 5 Arkansas (6-0), Oregon at No. 10 UCLA (6-0-1) and Mis sissippi at No. 11 Louisiana State (5-0-1). In other games involving the Top 20, it’s No. 6 Nebraska at Kansas, No. 7 Penn State at No. 20 Boston College, Maryland at No. 8 North Carolina and Mis sissippi State at No. 9 Alabama. Also, No. 12 Florida State at No. 14 Miami (Fla.), No. 15 Oklahoma at Colorado, Minne sota at No. 16 Michigan, East Carolina at No. 17 West Virginia anti No. 18 Auburn at No. 19 Florida. No. 13 Clemson is idle. The Huskies, who edged Texas Tech 10-3 last week, must contain Stanford quarterback John Elway, held to just 85 yards passing last week against Washington State. But the Car dinals rushed for 246 yards, led by Mike Dotterer’s 155, to beat the Bears 31-26. Washington re lies on quarterback Steve Pel- luer, the running of Jacque Robinson and the kicking of Chuck Nelson. Georgia, gunning for a third straight Southeastern Confer ence crown, will use Memphis State as a tuneup for its crucial road games the following two Saturdays against Florida and Auburn. The game also could serve as a showcase for Herschel Walker. Walker, a junior, already holds SEC career records for rushing (4,482 yards) and touchdowns (43) and a 200-yard plus performance would move him into sixth place on the NCAA all-time rushing list ahead of Marcus Allen. Now you know MftC CAMERA meeting: men. nov. 1 7:00 701 rudder speaker alan perry nature photographer ^Tr United Press International Olympic competitors are for bidden to stimulate their per formances with drugs. But what about boosting their own blood — undetectable by urine analy sis? That’s why Olympic watch dogs are worried. In the November issue of Sci ence Digest, physiologist Nor man Gledhill of Toronto’s York University says blood boosting works by raising the level of red blood cells which contain endur ance-building hemoglobin molecules. Blood boosting begins by drawing a quart of blood six weeks before competition. The blood is separated into plasma and immediately reinfused with red cells, and then frozen and stored. The player's system can be loaded before an event by thawing and reinjecting the once-frozen cells. Gledhill and his colleagues have found that 24 hours after reinfusion, a group of test athletes improved their endur ance by 35 percent. One week later, they still took longer than usual to reach exhaustion. “Until blood boosting can be controlled by testing,” Gledhill warns, “the Olympic Committee will have to rely on the integrity of athletes and coaches to keep the games clean.” EXERCITEMENT' BODY DYNAMICS is proud to announce the opening of an exciting new exercise studio in College Station. Beginning November 1 in the Post Oak Village Shopping Center, BODY DYNAMICS classes will be offered which provide aerobic and body-shaping exercises which is not only effective but fun. Taught by professionally trained instructors, the classes include stretching, aerobic conditioning and floor exercises, all set to lively music which keeps you moving throughout the period. Three levels of instruction — beginner, intermediate and advanced — guarantee that everyone can find level which is accessible yet challenging. Classes will be taught throughout the day, seven days a week. A member can work out as often as desired, at whichever times are convenient. (Special ten-class limited memberships are also available.) Memberships may be suspended for a week or more so that a member who leaves town or is unable to exercise for a while does not lose any time on her membership. $10 OFFone month of dosses $20 OFFm," months of dosses Good through November 1, 1982 To introduce you to our fun way of staying in shape, we are offering $10 off on our one month unlimited memberships and $20 off for three months, between October 25 and November 1. For more information, call 696-7180 or come by the studio at 900 East Harvey Road, professionally trained instructors have fun while staying in shape exercise as often as you like no contracts, no hard sell [frNA/VMCS Exerdse Studio Tank WA5 l?EAPY TC OHIO 0W6 03 GAVE ME T The league’s ns tonight wit dule and tl lison Square C [nper Arena c iiness alter fit turn to each (hostile new gt When is it my turn, couch? Here’s a true Twelfth Man ready for action just in case the need arises for him to enter a game for Coach Jackie Sherrill’s Aggies. Walking around after The schedul ies Philadelj k, Chicago a shitigton at It i'.leveland. All. tland at Kan ijtonio at Utah. Kr, Phoenix at S 1: State at Los liiston at Seal11 | Milwaukee oj staff photo by OmlSajurday night Knicks. ■Philadelphia's HNBAs MVP the Aggies defeated Rice last wei t|, n , e seasons four-year-old Phillip Ghutzmanlw bit small for a college football pi) but don’t let his size fool you a I ANNA WHO? MSC 0PAS November 6 Aggie loses 22-i to COUI D. Gall l lie Aggie junior™! I ReglSt l dt Call for m 107 Dowli ball team lost to Ranp (College 22-(i Thursdaji kvle Field to end its sea* a 1 -3 record. Texas A&M’s otilp the season came by a 17-0 over Henderson I College in September, feoccocococ Quarterback William I lic shman walk-on M threw a 28-yardtmiclii' | to running back Elvis Ha the Aggies' only scon night. Texas A&M |iiiiior College andCis® (College earlier in tire* In other Aggie sport the men’s golf squadt second place after B* lit si day of the Fresn (lassie in Fresno, (B 1 A&M shot a 294 on fit' | USC for second. Both teams trail torn! leader Oklahoma Statffl strokes, as the CowboA from Tommy Moore Wood toleadwithaTiflf 287. Thirty-two teams ari competition, which [ Saturday. Cla watch 'em play Sunday Night Football on Channel 15 Sunday at 8 : Texas a&m vs. SMU Made possible in part by grants from: UNIVERSITY TITLE COMPANY, INC. 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