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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1967

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Miller Cops Midwest Tramp Title

Special To The Daily
CHICAGO--Wolverine gymnas-
tics Captain Wayne Miller took up
the slack after World Champion
Dave Jacobs'had missed and won
the trampoline last night in Chi-
cago's Midwest Open to kick off
the 1967-68 NCAA season.
Miller, who was hampered by
injuries most of last year, drew
accolades from Coach Newt Loken
for his comeback score of 9.45.
Jacobs, the NCAA floor exercise
as well as tramp champion, missed
on one of his more complicated

maneuvers and failed even to qual-
ify. And he got no consolation from
his other specialty, since he didn't
even enter the floor-ex.
Fortunately for Michigan, the
Open was not scored on a team
basis so the squad was happy
that if Jacobs had to have one
bad day, this one could be it.
The meet, located in Addison
Trails High School on Chicago's
West Side, drew 3700 spectators,
about 100 times as many people as
showed up for last spring's Big
Ten Championships in Iowa City,
VOLS, TIDE WIN:

Iowa. It averaged about 80 men!
in each event, including contes-,
tants from the 20 participating
schools and a host of unattached
entries.
Despite the quantity of competi-
tors, the Wolverines were liberally
sprinkled among the top finishers.
Super-soph George Huntzicker of
Ann Arbor was fifth in trampoline,
fifth in floor exercise and a sur-
prising second in vaulting.
Among the other sophomores.
Sid Jensen ended up ninth in
all-around, with Jim DeBoo fourth

and Mike Carpenter ninth on side
horse.
Mike Sasich took eighth on the
high bar, while Fred Rodney was
ninth in vaulting. And Charles
Froeming and Rich Kenney pick-
ed up eighth and tenth respec-
tively on the rings.
In Loken's crash program to get
some all-around men in order to
be better able to compete under
the new NCAA rules, freshmen
Murray Plotkin was 12th, Ed Ho-
ward 14th and Rick McCurdy 16th,
all in the six events.

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SCORES
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Middies Sink Army Cavalry

Navy 19, Army 14
Oklahoma 38, Oklahoma St. 14
SMU 28, TCU 14
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Kentucky 96, Michigan 79
UICLA 73, Purdue 71
Wisconsin 90, De Pauw 68
Bowling Green 79, Iowa 73
Illinois 75, ;Butler 57
Marshall 88, Morris Harvey 69
Davidson 80, VMI 73
West Virginia 83, William & Mary 66
Georgia 138, Arkansas A&M 91
Cornell 92, Colgate 84
Detroit 92, Aquinas 67
Missouri 74, Arkansas 58
Boston University 78, Harvard 77
Rio Grande 105, Cedarville 103
Adelphi 91, Cortland St. 79
Brooklyn College 77, Stony Brook 66
Frostburg 97, George Mason 54
Tgledo 136, Hillsdale 88
North Carolina St. 79, Wake Forest 63
South Carolina 104, Erskine 54
Kent 81, California (Davis) 63
Akron 65, Youngstown 57
Syracuse 108, George Washington 68
Bradley 87, St. Cloud 71
NBA
Detroit 112, Boston 107
Philladelphia 130, Baltimore 121
Chicago 126, Cincinnati 110
NHL
Boston 4, Chicago 4 (tie)
New York 4, Pittsburgh 1
Toronto 3, Oakland 0
Minnesota 5, St. Louis 1
Los Angeles 3, Montreal 2

PHILADELPHIA - John Cart-
wright, a ball-faking Houdini, and
Geri Balsly, running like a berserk
billiard ball, made a shambles of
Army's vaunted defense for three
periods, but it took a lowly guard
to save a 19-14 victory for Navy
in the 68th inter-service football
rivalry.
Army was driving for another
score-a possible winning one-
with less than four minutes to go
after a short Navy kick gave the
Cadets the ball on the Middies' 27.
They moved to the Navy 23
from which fullback Charley Jar-
vis, a hero in Army's 20-7 triumph
a year ago, fumbled the ball. It
was recovered by Ray DeCario,
Navy's middle guard, on the 20.
Cartwright, giving a spectacular
performance of passing, ball-
handling and play-calling, took
over from, there and marched the
team 59 yards to the Army 20 be-
fore the final gun sounded.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennes-
see overpowered Vanderbilt 41-14
on the passing of Dewey Warren

and the running of Walter
wick and Richard Pickens
day and won its first Southe
Conference football title
1956.
The Volunteers finished t]
ular season with a 6-0 con:
record, 9-1 over-all andr
No. 2 in the nation. They
third-ranked Oklahoma i
Orange Bowl at Miami New
night.
Tennessee scored two1
downs in the first quarte
added one each in thes
third and fourth. Socce
kicker Karl Kremser boote

goalst
added

of 38 and 31 yard
four extra points.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Q
back Kenny Stabler, una
pass because of wind and
darted 47 yards through thi
yesterday for a fourth q
touchdown that gave Alab
7-3 football victory over arc
Auburn.
The eighth-ranked C
Tide, headed for the Cotton

Chad- clinched second place in the
yester- Southeastern Conference stand-
eastern ings with the victory, although
since Aubu'n dominated play and al-
lowed Alabama only two first
he reg- downs before Stabler's run.
ference Stabler completed only three
ranked passes for 12 yards and had one
y meet throw intercepted, but he swept
n the the Tide to its eighth victory
Year's against a loss and a tie with his
run, when he faked a pitchout and
touch- then outlegged Auburn defenders
er and with 11 minutes left in the game.
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Paid Political Advertisement
"Let America realize that self-scrutiny is
Trot treason, self -examination ) is not disloyalty.
Patriotism is not a cloak for the blanket and
blind acceptance of all decisions made by the
United States. This is not patriotism. It can
be, instead, the road to national disintegration ..
Critical thinkers and thinking critics constitute
the lifeblood of any society."
Richard Cardinal Cushing, in Pastoral Letter
for December 10, 1966
A CALL FOR COMPASSION
There are in our 'midst today young men of courage and conviction
who,
Like the Pilgrim Fathers before them,
Have embarked upon a lonely and perilous voyage in search of
Individual liberty and freedom of conscience.
They perceive with agony the role they may be required to play
In a var they consider to be immoral,
A war which U Thant has called
"One of the most barbarous wars in history."
For those who reject ALL war the path of conscientious objection is
open,
Yet for others, not total pacifists, this particular war is intolerable.
What recourse is left them?
None.
Their government, under the present draft law, denies young men the
right of conscience,
The right of -refusing service in an unjust war.
Thus they are left with the agonizing choice
Of violation of conscience,
Of compromise of truth,
Or acceptance of the tragic consequences of resisting conscription.

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IT'S NEW..IT'S IMPORTED... IT'S TERRIFIC...

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"WE HAVE RAISED UP YOUNG MEN OF CONSCIENCE, DARE
WE DESERT THEM IN THEIR HOUR OF CONSCIENCE?
Rev. Williamn Sloane Coffin, Jr., Chaplain, Yale University

IN REFRESHING PLEASING LIME
AND EXCITING INVITING BAY RUM

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SPECIAL
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This statement was drafted and circulated by the Interfaith Council for Peace;
it is endorsed and paid for by those listed below.

CONTAINING TRAVEL SIZES OF
LIME COLOGNE " LIME AFTER SHAVE " BAY RUM
PLEASE HIM...EXCITE HIM...GIVE HIM...

Judith A. Agard
Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey
Rev. and Mrs. Wm. S. Baker
Nancy Barber
Burton V. Barnes
Lenora W. Barnes
Marcia W. Barrabee
John Charles Bearden
Mary Ellen Bearden
Rev. Bartlett C. Beavin
Helen I. Beavin
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Becker
S. Johanna Becker
Mrs. Gerane Behamou
Eva Benjamin
Samuel J. Benjamin
Mr. and Mrs. William Best
Robert E. Beyer
Carlene Bagnall Blanchard
Rev. Henry J. Bourguignon
Harvey E. Brazer
Marjorie C. Brazer
Jonathan Brush
R. F. Burlingame
Barbara Cartwright
Doris S. Cellarius
Richard A. Cellarius
Homer R. Chance
Lois M. Chance
Nelle Chilton
William Ruffner Chilton
Dorothy D. Ciarlo
James A. Ciarlo
Nancy Cilley
Fredda Clisham
Patrick Clisham
Sally Clisham
Elizabeth Converse
Jean M. Converse
Prof. Phillip E. Converse
Asho I. Craine
Lyle E. Craine
Bruce P. Dancik
Sarita Davis
Louise Donaldson
Rev. Paul R. Dotson
Jerome Dupont
Rev. J. Edgar Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ehman
Dorothy Eliot
Thomas D. Eliot

Rev. John J. Fauser
Donald K. Freeborn
Duane H. Freeborn
Barbara Fuller
Rev. Russell M. Fuller
Rev. Erwin Gaede
Marge Goede
Alice F. Gendell
Julien Gendell
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson
Irwin J. Goldstein
Jane Rymer Goldstein
Helen M. Goodman
Rev. Wm. Hainsworth
Barbara Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hamm
J. D. Hanawalt
Stan Harbison
Victoria Harburg
Charlotte Hardy
Rev. Robert Hauert
Jane Heirich
Max Heirch
Donald E. Hoff
Jeffrey A. Hoff
Mr. and Mrs. James Hoffmeyer
Bert G. Hornback
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Huisman
Ralph Hull, M.D.
Donald Hultquist
Nancy S. Hultquist
Rev. Patrick Jackson
Maurice Jay
Dale S. Johnson
Diane W. Johnson
Doris I. Juvinall
Robert C. Juvinall
Hazel S. Kaufman
Peter B. Kaufman
Gail Kellum
Cynthia Kerman
Ralph 0. Kerman
Rev. David E. Krehbiel
Augustine J. Lalonde
Nellie D. Lalonde
Jane Lesch
James E. Lesch
Margaret Malcolmson
Charles B. Maurer
Marjorie Maurer
Rev. James L. Meyer

Rev. James H. Middleton
Conner L. Mills
David N. Mills
Nonie T. Montgomery
Warner M. Montgomery
Gladys L. Morgan
James N. Morgan
Rev. Wm. B. Neenan, S.J.
Pauline Parker
John W. Peterson
Shirley Peterson
Dr. Edward C. Pierce
Richard H. Post
Rita H. Post
Dorothea W. Ragland
Dr. and Mrs. David Pryor
Anatol Rapoport
Gwen Rapoport
Rev. Eugene A. Ransom ,
Jeanne B. Ransom
Diane Lee Rebel
Karwyn Rigan'
Mary S. Roth
Robert O, Roth
Elizabeth Selanders Sato
Joseph L. Sox
Mr. and Mrs. Walt Scheider
Irene Schensted
Howard Schuman
Josephine M. Schuman
Mr. and Mrs. Alf E. Shanklin
Dennis W. Sinclair
Rev. Daniel Slabough
Ethel Slabaugh
David Smith
Louise Smith
Mary Lou Smith
John C. Soper
Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Sparrow
John Speth
Lembi Speth
Catherine Quick Spingler
Michael K. Spingler
Christine A. Steen
John R. Straw
Ruth Ann Straw
Mr. and Mrs. David Stulberg
Joyce Summers
David Swan
Harry D. Swan
Renata Tagliacozzo

Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Henshaw
Margaret Tesdell
Rev. Ronald Tipton
Edward L. Vandenberg
Victoria Vandenberg
William Alan' Wares
Leroy Waterman
Rabbi Harold White
C. V. Winder
Margaret F. Winder
Jack Wyman
Susan E. Wyman
Rev. Theodore R. Zerwin
Florence E. Benton
Elizabeth Brickman
Philip Brickman
Jane M. Clinton
Jerome W. Clinton
Rev. Richard L. Blank
Rev. Daniel Burke
William Gamson
Zelda Gamson
Nicole Hire
Richard Hire
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Isaacson
Rev. Alan Jenkins
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Maugh
Louis Minkoff
Mary Lynn Minkoff
Beverly Salstrom
Robert Salstrom
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Thompson
Mr .and Mrs. John P. Doran
Frances S. Eliot
Rev. A. Craig Hammond
Arthur J. Harris
Alan B. Howes
Lidie Howes
Robin F. Reed
Jeone M. Seeley
Rev. and Mrs. R. Singleton
Jean Mann
Richard D. Mann
'Bernard P. Zeigler
Rebecca Bailey Zeigler
Kathleen Lowrie
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McKeachie
Mr. and Mrs. James V. Neel
Rev. Frederick Poole
Marjory Poole

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We enjoin the community to share in our concern and compassion by
(1.) endeavoring to understand the dilemma of these young men, mindful of the Amen-
can tradition of courageous dissent;
(2.) seeking ways to offer moral support personally to those who are confronted with these
1 difficult decisions;
I (3.) taking advantage of the opportunities listed below:
Q I would like to be kept informed by mail.
I 1 would like to be included in a coffee hour discussion exploring ways the religi- I
ous community can reach out to these young men.
jQ I would like to help establish a "Rights of Conscience" Fund.
Q7I would like to work with others to seek changes in our draft laws.

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(Indicate your interest and return this to Interfaith Council,
2235 Parkwood, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104)
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