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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 13r 1968

Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 13, 1968

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THE DIVINE RELATIVITY-
A SOCIAL CONCEPTION OF GOD
An introduction to process' philosophy as a framework for theo-
logical reflection with special attention, to Charles Hartshorne
and the doctrine of God. Four informal seminar sessions will be
led by Lloyd W. Putnam of the Office of Religious Affairs. Open
to all interested persons. An opportunity to explore the ques-
tion: What can most reasonably be meant by the religious term
"God"?
TIME: Monday eveningsf a :30 P.M.,
beginning October 14, 1968
PLACE: G HouseU802 Monroe St.
October 14-Beyond A Split-Level Universe: :The
Philosophy of Organism
October 21-Charles Hartshorne-A New Advocate
October 28-The Divine Dipolarity
November 4-A Framework for Christian Thbught

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By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS - A savage Ohio
State defense stymied Purdue's
vaunted offensive machine yester-
day and the aroused Buckeyes
stunned the No. 1 ranked Boiler-
makers 13-0 in a key Big Ten
clash before a record Ohio Stad-
ium crowd of 84,834.
A pair of third quarter inter-
ceptions gave the fourth-ranked
Buckeyes all the points they need-
ed to register one of the biggest
upsets of the college season.
Halfback Tea Provost intercep-
ted quarterback Mike Phipp's pass
with the second half only 72.
seconds old and sped 34 yards
down the sidelines for the f i r s t
touchdown. The extra point at-
tempt was wide.I
With less than four minutes re-
maining in the third quarter, re-
1:

serve quarterback Bill Long, look-
ing for someone to throw to,
stormed up the middle 14 yards
to pay dirt for the final points of
the game. Jim Roman kicked the
extra point.
The score came only five plays
after middle guard Jim Stillwag-
on picked off a Phipps' aerial on
the Purdue 26.
All-American Leroy Keyes was
held to 19 yards rushing in seven
carries, and Phipps, who came
into the game with a 62 percent
completion average, was way off
form, hitting only 10 of 28.
Hoosiers edge Hawkeyes
IOWA CITY - John Isenbar-
ger's passes and Don Warner's 23-
yard field goal helped Indiana to
a 38-3 Big Ten Conference foot-
ball victory over Iowa yesterday.
Isenbarger passed twice to
flanker Jade Butcher for touch-
downs during the offensive on-
slaufht and ran for another score
before a sun-baked crowd of
54,633.
While totaling 527 yards run-
ning and passing, Indiana first
squandered a 14-0 lead, then scur-
ried from a 28-2l deficit in the
final half.

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MICHIGAN 1 0 1.000 MEXICO CITY AP' - The 1968,
Ohio State 1 0 1.000 Olympic Games, born in chaos and
Minnesota 1 1.000 rent by dissension and political
Purdue 1 1 .500 strife, opened peacefully yesterday
Michigan State 1 1 .500 in a setting of old world splendor
Iowa 0 1-.000 and without incident.
Nort.wes ern0 .000 While sailors stood shoulder to.
Illinois 0 2 .000 shoulder outside the massive, sau-
cer shaped Olympic Stadium, built
Quarterback Harry Gonso ral- over a lava bed, and police milled
lied Indiana on a drive of 77 yards through the crowd of 80,000, Mex-
for the tying touchdown in the ico President Gustavo Diz Orda
officially declared the Games open
third period. Gonso sneakedcat time
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boycott by United States athletes,1
and squabbles over everything
from shoes to sex.
There was not the slightest
demonstration by America's black,
athletes, who walked around the
circular track with their white:
teammates, a few holding their
fingers aloft in the "V" for victory
sign made famous by Winston
Churchill and also used by mem-,

bers of the Czechoslovakian team,
who received the biggest ovation
of any foreign delegation.
In a concession to the fairer sex,
a Mexican girl, Enriqueta Basilio
Sotela, a member of the Mexican
track team, became the first
women ever in the Olympics to
light the sacred flame that burns
throughout the duration of the
Games.

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yard for his se nd touchdown to
knot the count t 28-28.
After Iowa's offense bogged
down, Gonso, early in the fourth
quarter, pitched out to Isenbarger
for the climactic play, and Isen-
barger arched the ball 13 yards to
Butcher in the end zone.
Gophers stop Mini
MINNEAPOLIS - Doug Roal-
stad rambled 61 yards for a touch-
down on a punt return and Min-
nesota's defense stood off Illinois
at its 10 and 20-yard lines in the
second half as the Gophers took
ball victory over Illinois yesterday.
Minnesota quarterback Phil
Hagen completed 17 of 26 passes
for 171 yards and one touchdown.
Hagen tossed a two-yard pass
to fullback Jim Carter for the
Gophers' first score in the open-
ing period.
In the drive that set up a 32-
yard field goal by Bob Stein in
the fourth period, 'Hagen hit on
seven of 11 passes, including five
straight.
It was Minnesota's Big Ten
Dpener and evened the Gophers'
record at 2-2. Illinois is 0-2 in
conference play.

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The cordons of police were
sombre reminders of the recent
bloody student riots that left
scores dead and hundreds injured
and threats of possible new vio-
lence to confront the Mexican gov-
ernment.
7,400 ATHLETES
More than 7,400 brightly attired
athletes from 108 nations -most
ever to compete in the Games-:
marched crisply around the 400-
meter synthetic track and stood
erect in the infield as 6,200 pigeons
and 40,000 balloons soared aloft
into the bright, sunny skies.
Active competition starts today,
with the Games ending Oct. 23.
The sun broke through overcast
skies just as the Mexican presi-
dent, bespectacled and smiling,
took the podium with Avery Brun-
dage, straight-laced 81-year-old
president of the International
Olympic Committee, and Pedro
Ramirez Vasquez, the first Mexi-
can architect who neaded the or-
ganizing committee.
The Mexican Games have been
plagued by controversy ever since
this 1%-mile high city was select-
ed. It started with the boycott
threat surrounding the admission
of apartheid South Africa, later
rescinded; the cloud of a possible

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Against
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A miraculous iveek;
.Lbet's cry abcout
It's great to watch grown men cry.
Especially when it's because they won.
Thursday night the Detroit Tigers won the World Series and
Detroit blew its mind.
Yesterday, Michigan beat the Spartans and Ann Arbor
decided it was the time to flip its lid too.
After the World Series, Al Kaline sat on a bench in the locker-
room and cried from sheer happiness.
After the Michigan State game, Wolverine Jim Wilhite was so
broken up he couldn't pull himself together enough to get out of his
uniform.
It was hard to stop from joining him.
Neither the Tigers nor the Wolverines were noted as come-from-
behind teams. This year, Detroit went wild with comeback victories
and ended up as World Champions.
Michigan. is known as the team that blows victories in the fourth
quarter, yet yesterday they were able to reel off two fourth
quarter touchdowns in dumping Michigan State.
Victory is nice for a change.
The last time Detroit won the World Series, I wasn't around
to know about it. The last time Michigan beat State, I was a
dumb teenybopper who rooted for State because Duffy sounded
cooler than'Bump.
Thirteen is suposed to be an unlucky number. It's been 13 years
since Michigan has overcome the East Lansing eleven in Ann Arbor.
When the Wolverines had 13 points yesterday, the Spartans had 14.
Maybe 13 means the end of an unlucky streak.
A lot of seniors thought they would; graduate without seeing
the Maize and Blue beat the Green and White once in the four years
they were here.
The juniors might even see it happen twice.
Ohio State is unbelievably tough at home. Michigan has to meet
them in Columbus this year.
The seniors have never seen the Wolverines win the Big Ten
Championship. Ohio State is the team in their way.,
Wouldn't that be an exciting year? First the Tigers, then
Michigan over State, and then ... Pasadena?

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