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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, September 5, 1968

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Mares eat oats and does eat will not be easy. Despite the re- driv
oats, but do little lambs eat Ivy? turn of a strong offensive squad, Spo
Have allthe Bulldogs, Tigers and the defense, minus last year'sa fns
Lions shed their pelts for the front line, is a question mark, and coa
gentler pursuit of the sheepskin? Dan Begel, key placekicker, is also: P
Bull, you say. What do animals gone. mai
have to do with football? For that But Coach Cozza has the quar- real
matter, what does the Ivy League terback that most Ivy experts zezn
have to do with football? agree will enable the Bulldogs to the
Some football buffs feel there's retain their Ivy laurel. Brian nam
not much of a link between the sh
two. In the words of Yale coach.sho
Carmen Cozza, "Does someone 'XA 1 I AL 4Udriv
really care about the Ivy League?" A Do
Such dejection from within $ I da1
couldsignal a dull season of con- LI OK ed
ference play ahead. Although the of2
old rivalries will again be con- :; :: S
tested, little attention will be paid Dowling appears to be the wonder leas
by observers outside of the league, worker, who always seems to be
where football is still played as a in the right place at the right '
gentlemen's sport. time. The 6-2, 195-pound scram
In the tangle for top Ivy hon- bling senior magnetized the Bull-
ors, Yale seems to have the crop to dogs after their initial loss to Holy
Cross last year, and sent them
pointing to the top.
O S.S ATDartmouth, however, has no in-
tention of being cast under any 7
spell. Bob Blackman's Indians pa
S. UNIVEY RSITY have also suffered from the an- til
nual annoyance of graduation, but If
a promising yield of sophomores! he
will put the punch into an already Y
solid machine.
Pete Lawrence, a 6-4 220-pound l
end, will anchor the defense with in
a host of experienced lettermen sit
>L 2and upcoming sophs filling the tac
links. 66
Another possible contender is
Princeton, provided the Tigers can
keep from getting scratched early In
in, the season. Little nasties like wi
injuries hampered Coach D i c k 3
Colman's '67 bid, but well-exper- R
ienced se6ond stringers combined me
with the reinstated stars give the Di
Tigers something to purr about.
Fighting for a face-saving- spot7
in the' first division, Harvard al
should put on an interesting show. mu
For not only the team but. also 5:
the coach could use some smooth- lei
er sailing.
Harvard's '67 season was the t
poorest since '59, and Coach John or
Yovicsin would like to remain as W
Harvard's longest reigning coach. ni
SPECIAL- Luckily, Harvard has its usual
batch of fine running backs, led
by Captain Viv Gatto. a
TH E CREAM Cornellhas no intention of giv- I1M
ing Harvard fourth place, and Big' Se
,TH E ELS 0F Red's defense may have the Bu
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ennsylvania has talent but re-
ns shoi't in numbers. Penn's
l terror comes in Bernie Zbr-
nj, who can call plays with
same ease he pronounces his
ce.
oach Frank Navarro's debut:
uld spark Columbia's upward
ve, coupled with the Ma rt y
mres-Bill Wazevich passing
chine. Last year Domres gain-
1,378 yards and completed 121
229 passes, 45 to Wazevich.
3rown should round out the
gue with better hopes for next
son.
Billboard
The Michigan athletic de-
rtment is in need of a part
me student assistant trainer.
interested, please contact
ad trainer Lindsy McLean at
ost Field House.
Freshmen and anyone else
Ierested in managing the var-
y football teem should con-
et Rick Kohn at 761-5861 or
3-2411.
* * *
Organizational meetings for
tramural sports managers
ill be held tonight in Room
A of the Michigan Union,
esidence Halls managers will
eet at 7:30 p.m.; Graduate
vision managers at 8:45 p.m.
* * *
There will be a meeting for,
1 girls interested in intra-
Lral golf this afternoon at
10 p.m. at the Women's Ath-
tic Building.
* * * .
Crop and Saddle will hold an
ganizational meeting in the
omen's Athletic Building to-
ght at 7 p.m.
* * *
There will be a meeting for
nyone interested in officiating
I football games Monday,
ptember 9 at 7 p.m., in the IM
uilding. Pay is $3 a game.

Farm tWest Virgiiua
ICurves & smiles & football &
Several years ago, when my place of residence was Markley Hall,
I was accused by a guy across the corridor of being the only chauvinist
West Virginian he'd ever heard of.
Now that's ridiculous. I mean, how can anyone brag about a
state where a major city is one whose population has more than
three digits, and a major highway is a two-lane job with curves
Racquel Welch never heard of?
But I managed. My freshman comrades were inundated with
outlandish facts and figures about my beloved Mountain State
(Did you know that the 1924 Democratic presidential candidate,
whose nomination took 104 ballots, was born in Clarksburg
West Virginia?), and various roommates through the succeeding
years have had to put up with similar insipid information.
There was only one hangup: Every time I came forth with
my priceless bits of data, my listener would respond with a small,
sickeningly tolerant smile.
Well, I've been patient. And my patience has finally been re-
warded . .. through the good graces of the Fighting Falcons of Fair-y
mont State.
FairmontState College, located in a West Virginia town 30 miles
from my home, boasts an enrollment of perhaps 5000 students-in-
cluding parttimers, night students, and assorted hangers-on. As a
member of the West Virginia Intrastate Athletic Conference
(WVIAC), FSC also belong to the National Association of Inter-
collegiate Athletics (NAIA), which contains a majority of the schools
not classified as "major colleges and universities" by the NCAA.
Okay. There are the initials. Now for the bragging:
1) Last year's Falcon football squad finished first in the
NAIA, beating out Northern Michigan in the semifinal round of
the playoffs, and then defeating Eastern Washington 28-21 in the
championship game before a capacity crowd of 35,000 in Morgan-
town, West Virginia.
2) Last year's Falcon basketball squad finished second in
the NAIA, losing out by three points in the championship game.
3) Last year's Falcon wrestling and baseball squads finished
tops in the WVIAC, then placed very high in their respective
NAIA playoffs. (Their exact positions are still being debated
among the hills of West Virginia.)
Now, I think that's amazing. And I was so impressed by all this
that I talked to the Fairmont State sports information director,
E. N.. Straight, who provided me with the biggest surprise of all:
4) Fairmont' State College does not give out athletic
scholarships.
How about that? Here we sit, in a so-called sports powerhouse
which annually grinds out dozen of athletic tenders, and we feel
extremely proud and fortunate if just one of our major teams wins
the conference, let alone any kind of national title. And little Fair-
mont State, which promises its athletes nothing but good conditioning
and strong competition, grinds out title after title. (They've been
strong for years in football and basketball.)
I'm done bragging now .,.. but I think there's some kind of
lesson to be learned here ....
If only I could figure out some way to wipe that small, sicken-
ingly tolerant smile off your face.
Try Daily Classifieds
Phone 764-0558

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