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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 22, 1968

Page Six

Badgers

lead race to cellar

By FRED LaBOUR ways been famous for its produc-
This morning we are going to tion of cheese, and we'll have to
talk about how all of the Big Ten hope that they can hang their
football teams did last Saturday hats on that one to keep their
afternoon, and, just for an en- chins up while the team grinds
gaging switch, we're going to start into the last half of the season,
off with Wisconsin. In other Big Ten action, Mich-
You see, nobody ever starts igan beat Indiana 27-22 to win its
off with Wisconsin anymore. And fourth straight and cause at least
even when they do, they never one fan to vow not to shave until
say "Wisconsin," they always say the Wolverines lose. "or January
"hapless Wisconsin."second, Jack.
Wisconsin hasn't won any games Meanwhile, over in Columbus,
in a long time they haven't evenOhio a town reputed to be the
come close in a long time. Wiscon ugliest city above the 15th parallel,
sin plainly stinks, the lucky Buckeyes were smashing
Last Saturday was no different Northwestern 45-21.
for hapless Wisconsin (see?) as It was the eight win in a.row
Iowa creamed them in Iowa City, for the lucky Ohio State team, but
41-0. Iowa had lost its last three the fearless Wildcats gave them a
games but managed to roll up 508 veritable run fot the money.
yards against wonderful Wiscon- (Northwestern hasn't won any
sin. games this season either, but they
In fact, the only thing left to at least seem to try, so nobody
happen before even the Madison calls them hapless.)
hippie creeps think their team's The Wildcats only trailed by
a permanent loser is for the bead seven points after three quarters
coach to resign, call a press con- of spine-tingling action but the
ference, and tell the nation and lucky Buckeyes lugged (or threw,
the Big Ten that they won't have depending on which series you
Wisconsin to kick around any want to .talk about) the pigskin
more." across the goal line three times in
The state of Wisconsin has al- the fourth stanza to insure an
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Wolverines,
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EMU divide
i gn olf meets
Michigan's varsity golf squad
split a pair of golf meets with the:
Eastern linksmen yesterday and
Sunday in unprecedented autumn
competition.
Deciding to take advantage of
the good fall weather for some
extra work, new coach Bill New-
comb and assistant Bill Newton's
charges took the Hurons 400-406
on Sunday, then bowed 390-395
yesterday.
Rocky Pozza led the Wolverines
+ with a 77 on Sunday, while Rod
Sumpter topped all players yes-
terday with a 70.
jeRandy Erskine shot a 77 and 78
and Gene Denk came in with a
78 and 79 in the two meets as the
most consistent members of the
team.

easy win.
It appears to some /inside ob-
servers-those who really know
the game well-that perchance a
mighty clash could develop be-
tween Michiganand Ohio State
on the last day of the season de-
termining (gasp) who will go to
the (gasp) Rose Bowl.
The Fightin' Illini, who formerly
were known as the Suckers, were
sucked into the Notre Dame vor-
tex in South Bend and promptly
bent, folded, and mutilated, 58-8.
It was an interesting game be-
cause the wonderful George Gipp's
all-timeout-of-sight total offense
record for Notre Dame was broken
by Irish quarterback Terry HIan-
ratty. Hanratty eclipsed Gipp's
record by the unlikely total of 60
yards.
Some of you older fans will re-
member that Qipp was the' object
(subject?) of the inspiring speech
that Knute Rockne related to a
Notre Dame team at halftime
against Army when the Mackeral
Snappers were down and out. Well,
they got so excited that they raced
out on the field and galloped all
over the Military Establishment.

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TOMMY LOVE (26), Michigan State tailback, hurdles through a
hole in the Minnesota line for a short gain in the opening min-
utes of Saturday's game at East Lansing. Although the Spartans
rolled on the ground, they had problems scoring and suffered a!
14-13 defeat at the hands ,of the Gophers.
Of special' importance and According to one bearded re-
meaning to Notre Dame fans over porter, MSU blew the game on
the years has been Knute's phrase, fumbles-they lost a total of four
"Win one for the Gipper," which fumbles as six different players
was his pet' name for George. mishandled .the elusive pigskin.
Gipp died an untimely death The final game played in the
early in life. iWestern Conference was down in
Michigan State lost another old Lafayette, with Purdue barely
game, this time to Minnesota by a squeaking past an inspired Wake
score of 14-13. Forest' eleven.
Gridde Pickings
The Michigan Daily Sports Staff is proud and honored to
announce the opening of a brand new contest for 'the greedy and
gambling students of good ol' Michigan. Yes, folks, this is your
super-duper opportunity to haul away the biggest prize this side of
the nearest Standard station.
The rules are simple, with the 'big prizes guaranteed to anyone
who ventures an entry. All you have to do, folks, is send us a thousand
dollars (cash, please, no stamps) in a plain, brown wrapper, and by
return mail you will receive 25 words or less. How about them apples?
This is really the number, one giveaway of the decade, leaving
Dino Dollars and Let's Make a Deal way back with the Benny gang.
We have only one regret in making this announcement. A local
pollster informs us that the educated public has a marked tendency
to be wary of big giveaways, so we have been forced'to continue our
regular Gridde Pickings contest.
So while we strongly urge that you take advantage of this sen-
sational offer immediately, we also remind everyone that as usual
entries for the Gridde Pickings game must be in by midnight Friday.
Please don't let us down.
Dave Helmreich, our winner for last week, has already picked up
his three words (well under 25, like we said), and he joins us in
wishing all new entrants good luck.

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Minnesota ... at MICHIGAN'
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Ohio State at Illinois
Wisconsin at Northwestern
Iowa at Purdue
Notre Dame at Michigan State
Arizona at Indiana
Syracuse at California
Princeton at Pennsylvania
Virginia at Navy
Houston at Mississippi

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Miami (Fla.) at Auburn
Air Force at Pittsburgh
SMU at Texas Tech
Stanford at UCLA
North Carolina at Wake Forest
Maryland at North Carlina
State
Dartmouth at Harvard
Clemson at Alabama
Holy Cross at Buffalo
Lebanon Valley at Moravian

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Volkswagen announces automatic.
Better late than never
The Volkswagen Squarebock and the Volks-
wagen Fastback are now available with a fully
automatic transmission.
So now you can drive o Volkswagen and not
even know you're driving a Volkswagen.
Except for a few reminders.
Like the 25 miles you get to a gallon of regular
gas. The oil you still take by the pint. And the time
and money you don't spend on anti-freeze.
Of course, the new automatic is strictly op-
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But we've got something no other car offers
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