THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1967
PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN IJAILY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1907
STUDENT GOVERNMENT COUNCIL, GRADUATE ASSEMBLY,
UM Young Democrats, UM Young Republicans, UM Friends
of Vietnam Fall Invite you to attend the
It's that time of year again. No, not the World Series. Not th
start of the Wolverines' annual losing streak. It's Daily-UAC champ
ionship-Brown Wastebasket time again, easily the most significan
event of the Fall Semester.
After the Libels' tremendous 8-0 destruction of the UAC Mug
gers, last year, the Daily has been installed as prohibitive favorite
for Friday afternoon's clash at Wines
If anybody still thinks the final score will reveal any kind ofa
contest at all, he can show up at the game too. However, Captai
Bill "Tightwad" Krauss and his chargers, including 97-pound tackle
"Rock" Okrent, "Mudslinger" Stern, "Baby Face" Norton, "No
Hands" Weir, "No Heart" McFarland and "No Head" Kohn, among
others, should discourage all opposition.
In view of the fact that this game will be no contest, anyone
picking UAC will be disqualified along with anyone entering mor
than once. Bring or mail your entries to 420 Maynard by Friday, mid
night, in order to be eligible for two Cottage Inn Pizzas and two
Michigan Theatre tickets.
1B' TEAM TIES:
t Michigan Ruggers
s By PHIL BROWN to earn the Michigan B team a
Wolverine Tom Mortimer scored 3-3 standoff with the Toronto
a on a running drop-kick with sec- reserves in a preliminary contest
n onds remaining, but his effort Sunday.
e came too late as the University of
o Toronto defeated Michigan 9-3 in Baseball's
g a rugby contest on Wines Field
Sunday. Top Tex
e Mortimer's three-point boot was
e all Michigan could manage, as the FINAL
- ruggers repeatedly failed to carry Based on 450 atBats
o the ball in after long drives. A G AB R H Pet,
fine defense and control of the Yastrzemski, Bsn 161 579 112 189.326
F. Robinson, Rai 129 479 83 149 .311
lineouts gave Toronto the edge Kaline,BDet. 131 458 94 141 .308
they needed in the aell-played Scott, Bsn 159 565 74 171 .343
game. Blair, Bal 151 552 2 162 .293
1. Navy at MICHIGAN (score)
Wisconsin at State
Indiana at Illinois
Minnesota at SMU
Northwestern at Purdue
Ohio State at Oregon
Iowa at Notre Dame
Cal at Air Force Academy
Mississippi at Alabama
Arizona at Missouri
11. Wyoming at Brigham Young
12. Clemson at Georgia Tech
13. Cornell at Colgate
14. Dayton at Louisville
15. Florida St. at Texas A & M
16. Miami (Ohio) at Kent St.
17. N. Texas St. at N. Mexico St.
18. Pitt at West Virginia
19. TCU at Arkansas
20. UJAC at Daily
THE WAR, THE GHETTO UPRISINGS,
THIRD WORLD REVOLUTION
on WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4th at 10:15 P.M. in Auds. ABCD, MASON HALL
following addresses in Hill Auditorium at 8:00 P.M. by
GUNNAR MYRDAL and RALPH ELLISON
PROF. GUNNAR MYRDAL, economist, author of "AN AMERICA DILEMMA"
PROF. STAUGHTON LYND, historian, major figure in ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT
Toronto scored twice in the Fregosi, cal
first period, a penalty kick and a Oliva,h m
running drop-kick from scrim- Mincher, Cal
mage giving the visitors a 6-0 he Cal
halftime advantage. Yastrzemski, Bea
A try by winger John Adams brew, Minnesota,
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151 590 75 171 .290
146 557 76 161 .289
155 517 66 146 .282
147 487 81 133 .273
*ston, 44; Kille-
44; F. Howard,
er, California, 25;
GERASSI, international relations, author of "THE GREAT FEAR IN
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RUNS BATTED IN
Yastrzernski, Boston, 121, Kille-
brew, Minnesota, 113; F. Robinson,
Baltimore, 94; F. Howard, Washing-
ton, 89; Oliva, Minnesota, 83.
CARL OGLESBY, past president of STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY,
author of "CONTAINMENT AND CHANGE"
PROF. DAVID WURFEL, political scientist, just returned from observing Vietnam
PROF. ALFRED MEYER, political scientist, author of "COMMUNISM"
REV. ALBERT CLEAGUE, Detroit clergyman, Leader of Ghetto Organizing
PREVIEW SPEECHES by Prof. Anatol Rapoport and others on
Diag Wednesday noon
mail contributions to "TEACH-IN," 516 OSWEGO, Ann Arbor
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585 103 209 .357
508 74 172 .339
514 68 172 .335
546 71 182 .333
563 91 183 .325
463 89 142 .307
600 113 184 .307
616 92 186 .302
577 72 174 .302
Aaron, Atlanta, 39; Wynn, Houston,
37; Santo, Chicago, 31; kcCovey,
San Francisco, 31; Hart, San Fran-
RUNS BATTED IN
Cepeda, St. Louis, 111; Clemente,
Pittsburgh, 110; Aaron, Atlanta, 109;
Wynn, Houston, 107; Perez, Cin-
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