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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1967

TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Board
$89,000
Cost Set
The Board in Control of Inter-
collegiate A t'h 1 e t i c s allocated
R $89,000 at its meeting Friday night
to replace the aged, leaky roof on
the Sports Building.
The improvement, to be paid for
out of Athleetic Board funds, will
rectify a dangerous condition
which has transformed both the
basketball floor and the handball-
paddleball courts into slippery
surfaces during light rain. "Play at
your own risk" signs had been
posted in some playing areas of
the Sports Building this fall.
The new roof will be similar to
the one installed at Yost Field
House last winter, which suffered
from the same weak defense
against the elements. Reportedly,
Yost has been drier than a WCTU
convention since the repairs were
completed.
In other action, the board de-
cided to mail out ticket informa-_
tion and applications for the bas-
ketball season this week, acting on J JW
the assumption that the new Uni-
versity Events Building will be
ready in time for the Wolverine
cagers' first home game with Ken-
tucky on December 2. V
Finishing Fieldhouse
All attempts will be made to By T
have the $6.7 million structure Tennesse
completed by that time, although ward and
the contest may be played there backwardF
without several features. Those placed the
items which might not be installed up position
include the scoreboards, the pub- fornia on t
lic address system, and the 1000 in The Asq
theatre-type telescopic seats. Also, college fool
all of the 14,000 other permanent Five oti
seats may not be in place. North Car
If unforseeable developments Dame, also
prohibit the game from being while Okl
played in the Events Building, the climbed int
% site will be moved to Yost Field cing Georgi
House. An opening ceremony will The Troj
be held at the first game to be 399 points
scheduled in the new structure, vote in the
however. panel of 4
The final portion of the court broadcaster
floor was laid down on Friday in named Pur
the Events Building. Sanding, listed USC,
lacquering, and painting of the nia 31-12 l
hardwood still remain to be done. ber two.

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By BILL McFALL Coach Woody Hayes of the f stitches running for 224 yards and
As of last Saturday, the Big Ten Buckeyes may be wondering if he then. in a classic example of the
is now the Big Three. could schedule the rest of his ad lib, throwing a pass from his
The tooth-and-nail scramble for games in the opponent's home sta- halfback position that was good
position in the race to be "cham- dium since the. victory Saturday for the fifth Boilermaker touch-
pion of the West" was practically was his third of the season, all down.

finished for all but three of the
Western Conference teams, as
Michigan State fell victim to sec-
ond-division Ohio State.
The Buckeye-Spartan contest is
an old rivalry, and if the Spar-
tans had won, they might have
had a chance for the crown. The
Ohio State victory margin of 21-7
was not indicative of the one-
sidedness of the game, as they out-
rushed State two-to-one, and
grabbed passing honors with 129
yards to the Spartans' 94.
Prominent in the Ohio State
success was Paul Huff as he
smashed at the middle of the
green-and-white defense for con-
siscant gains, running up 117!
yards.I

away, against three defeats, all at
home.
Indiana Struggles
Upstart Indiana, a bit unexperi-
enced in owning a number seven
national ranking, had to play
hard-nose, hold-on football as low-
ly Wisconsin upset them in the
later stages of their game. Sopho-
more sensation Harry Gonso quar-
ter-backed the Hoosiers to an early
lead, but then had to sweat it out
as his defense grudgingly gave up
a field goal and a TD to the bad-
gering Badgers, who were moving
toward the Hoosier goal line even
as the game ended.
The 14-9 Indiana win left them
tied for first place with a perfect
4-0 Big Ten record.
One of the other conference
leaders, Minesota, kept up the hot
pace with their fourth victory over
a Big Ten rival. The Gophers, still
jittery from the squeaker they took
from Michigan the week before,
managed to hold down Iowa long
enough to take a 10-0 decision.

No Humor
A few failed to see the rollocking
humor in this, namely the Fighting
Illini, who played their role of In-
dians well, succumbing to the on-
slaught without much resistance.
Purdue, one of the other mem-
bers of the Big Ten Triumverate,
also with a spotless 4-0 conference
record, shares the top position
with Indiana and Minnesota.
. The final two weeks of the sea-
son will undoubtable show a break-
up of this log jam, as Minnesota
travels to Purdue next week and
Indiana meets Minnesota in the
Cold North the Saturday following.

-Associated Press
The All Events Building; Let Us Pray.. .

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L CONTENDERS ANALYZED:
ols Capture Second in AP Poll

ENGINEERENG
with the
CORPORATE ENGINEERING
RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND
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he Associated Press
e moved one step for-
UCLA took two steps
as the Volunteers re-
Bruins in the runner-
behind Southern Cali-
the latest election day
sociated Press' major-
tball poll yesterday.
her teams, including
olina State and Notre
advanced one place
ahoma and Houston
o the rankings, repla-
La and Colorado.
Oans, 8-0, collected all
except one first-place
balloting by a national
40 sports writers and
s. The lone dissenter
due as the top team and
who walloped Califor-
ast Saturday, as num-

The Southern California Tro- tional champion, moved up to
jans have maintained their huge ninth. The Irish walloped Navy
lead but upcoming this Saturday 43-14 for a 5-2 mark. Houston
is a meeting with the giant-killing climbed back into the ratings after
Oregon State Beavers, eager for upsetting Georgia 15-14. The Bull-

GRfID SELECTIONS1
Mike Thoryn, possessing an uncanny ability commonly called luck,
won last week's Grid Picks contest for the second time this year.
Thoryn claims he has only missed one game all year but keeps forget-
ting to put his name on his entry. Motions have been made to make
Thoryn an honorary member of The Daily sports staff, establish him
as a weekly guest selector, and to run him out of town, in efforts to
give someone else a chance.
The latter course was finally chosen since Thoryn is illiterate.
However, even this idea has run into difficulties since no one on the
sports staff has been able to locate him, and any information on the
whereabouts of Mike Thoryn should be forwarded to the sports staff
headhunters.
But this is no concern of yours, let us worry about Thoryn, all you
have to do is get your entry in by Friday midnight. Two free pizzas
from Cottage In and two tickets to the Michigan Theatre now showing
"To Sir, with love" once again await the week's winner.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES:

another upset.
Purdue and UCLA already have!
had their hands full with Oregon
State. The Beavers knocked off
the Boilermakers 22-14 on Oct. 21
when Purdue held second place in
the AP poll.
Tennessee Advances
Tennessee, third last week, drew
308 points after trouncing Tampa,
38-0, and lifting its won-lost mark
to 5-1. North Carolina State, a
30-8 victor over Virginia, moved
from fourth to third.
North Carolina State beat out
UCLA by only nine points for third
place, 283 to 274.
UCLA slipped to fourth after
being tied by Oregon State, 16-16.
Purdue improved its standing by
one, taking over the number five#
spot on the strength of its impres-
sive 42-9 triumph over Illinois.
Indiana, seventh a week ago,
downed Wisconsin 14-9 to more
into sixth position. Wyoming ad-
vanced one position to seventh
after beating San Jose State 28-7.
Oklahoma defeated ninth-ranked
Colorado 23-0 and climbed into the
eighth spot.
Notre Dame, the defending na-
.Ruggrs Whip.
Spartants,3-0
The Michigan Rugby Football'
Club won its final league match
of the fall season Saturday, de-
feating Michigan State 3-0 at East
Lansing. Tyrus Gerlach, Michigan
prop, recorded the only score oft
the contest, booting a three-point
penalty kick.
Driving snow and a cutting wind
seemed to have little effect on the
players' spirit, at both teams com-
peted fiercely through the entire
game. The victory was Michigan's
third straight over the Spartans
this year, all by identical 3-0
scores.
Michigan travels to Champaign,
Illinois, Saturday for a Midwest
Rugby Union clash with the Uni-
versity of Illinois club. The team
palys Wisconsin next week, closing
out the MRU schedule.

AP Top Ten
The Top Ten, with season rec-
ords and total points on a 10-9-8-
7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis:
1. Southern California (39), 399
2. Tennessee 308
3. North Carolina State 283
4. UCLA 274
5. Purdue 248
6. Indiana 160
7. Wyoming 130
8. Oklahoma 101
9. Notre Dame 96
10. Houston 37
Others receving votes, listed al-
phabetically: Alabama, Army,
Florida State, Georgia, Miami,
Fla., Minnesota, Oregon State,
Penn State, Syracuse, Texas, Yale.

dogs were fifth last week.

If Tennessee chooses Miami, the
Sugar Bowl will want either Ala-
bama or Georgia. Alabama, beaten
by Tennessee and tied by Florida
State, could get another blemish
Saturday night when it faces a
tough Louisiana State.
The Gator Bowl at Jacksonville
is growing in stature yearly and
will battle the older bowls for
prime material. This may be a
landing spot for Houston, one of |
the country's more colorful teams.

BIG TEN STANDINGS

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Indiana
Minnesota
Purdue
Mich. State
Ohio State
Illinois
MICHIGAN
Northwestern
Iowa
Wisconsin

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Big Eight crown by beating Ne- Podolak
braska Saturday. Working without the services of
The Cotton Bowl must await the starting quarterback Ed Podolak,
outcome of the tight Southwest the Hawkeyes got a fine perform-
Conference race. The title may ance from reserve Mike Cilek, who
hoinge on the Texas-Texas A&M completed 12 passes for 192 yards,
traditional head-knocker Nov. 23 nearly doubling the Minnesota
but Texas Tech, with a 3-1 mark passing total of 108.
in the league, still can demand to Rushing, however, was a dif-
be counted. ferent story, as the Gophers got
The Cotton Bowl is expected to 232 to Iowa's anemic total of 41.
look to the East or tropical Florida
for an opponent and probably will For TV fans, Saturday Show-
formanspronetuandrtobabhywilltime presented one of the great
make strong overtures to the win- Anerican comedies, Purdue vs. Il-
ner of the NC. State-Penn State linois. Starring for the goodguys
game at State College, Pa., and, of Purdue was Leroy Keyes, as he
Miami of Florida, if the latter can constantly kept the viewers in
beat Notre Dame Nov. 24.

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Bowls Analyses
The host spot in the Rose Bowl
and probably the national cham-
pionship will be decided in the na-
tionally-televised USC-UCLA game
at Los Angeles Nov. 18. But South-
ern Cal this week must contend
with giant-killer Oregon State,
the team that beat Purdue and
tied UCLA 16-16, and UCLA must
take on tough Washington.
With powerful Purdue ineligible
to return, the Big Ten. role at
Pasadena will be borne by the
Minnesota Gophers or the Indiana
Hoosiers, who play each other
Nov. 18.
Tennessee, rated the best team
in the bowl-conscious South, is
reported favoring a trip to Miami
-and Orange Bowl officials are
delighted- while competition like-
ly will come from Oklahoma,
which could virtually sew up the
Big Ten Trivia
1. What current Big Ten team
once played in the Orange Bowl?
2. What is the load factor of
the equipment worn by a football
player?
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2. Wisconsin at Ohio State
3. Indiana at Michigan State
4. Iowa at Northwestern
5. Minesota at Purdue
6. Mississippi State at Auburn
7. Baylor at Texas
8. Maryland at Clemson
9. Kansas at Colorado

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Duke at Navy
Georgia at Florida
Oklahoma at Iowa State
Oklahoma State at Nebraska
Wyoming at New Mexico
North Carolina St. at Penn St.
Notre Dame at Pittsburgh
South Carolina at Oregon St.
Washington at UCLA
Texas Tech at TCU
Bowdoin at Tufts

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Capitol Division
W L T Pet.
Dallas 5 2 0 .750
Philadelphia 4 4 0 .500
Washington 2 4 2 .333
New Orleans 1 7 0 .125
Century Division
St. Louis 5 3 0 .625
Cleveland 5 3 0 .625
New York 4 4 0 .500
Pittsburgh 2 6 0 .250
Western Conference
Central Division

Pts OP
178 146
199 214
188 188
115 205
234 189
203 137
232 250
162 191

Green Ba
Detroit
Chicago
Minnesota

W L T Pct. Pts.
y 5 2 1 .714 176
3 4 1 .429 178
3 5 0 .375 101
C st2 5 1 .286 132
Coastal Division

OP
111
143
143
189
114
132
195
238

Standings
Sunday's Games
Baltimore at Atlanta '
Cleveland vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee
Dallas at New Orleans
Detroit at Minnesota
New York at Chicago
Philadelphia at Los Angeles
Pittsburgh at St. Louis
San Francisco at Washington
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
New York 5 2 1 .714 220 172
Houston 4 3 1 .571 122 115
Buffalo 3 5 0 .375 115 160
Boston 3 5 1 .375 192 215
Miami 1 6 0 .143 79 222
Western Division
Oakland 7 1 0 .875 267 116
San Diego 5 1 1 .833 202 168
Kansas City 5 3 0 .625 255 139
Denver 1 8 0 .111 128 283
Sunday's Results
Boston 18, Houston 7
Buffalo 35, Miami 13
Kansas City 42, New York 18
Oakland 21, Denver 17
Sunday's Games
Buffalo at New York
Houston at Denver
Kansas City at Boston
Miami at San Diego

Baltimore 6 0 2 1.000 20
Los Angeles 5 1 2 .833 22
San Francisco 5 3 0 .625 16
Atlanta 1 6 1 .143 9
Sunday's Results
Dallas 37, Atlanta 7
Chicago 27, Detroit 13
Cleveland 34, Pittsburgh 14
Baltimore 13, Green Bay 10
Los Angeles 17, San Francisco 7
Minnesota 27, New York 24
New Orleans 31, Philadelphia 24
St. Louis 27, Washington 21

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