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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday. October 23. 1968

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Wolverines ra
By The Associated Press they should glide past these packs
The Michigan football eleven, of determined football creeps, a
by virtue of its sterling perform- trip to sunny Pasadena could be
ance last Saturday against the in the offing.
ogres from Indiana, have shot up The Trojans clung to a dissi-I
five places in the weekly Associated
-Press foallnthpo lylThe top 20, with Iirst-place votes, re-
Press football poll. cords and total points awarded first 15
The Wolverines now occupy the picks on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-10-9-8-7-
twelfth slot in the survey, far 6-5-4-3-2-1:
ahead of last week's 17th. I 1Southern California 21 5-0 1800
Whts.'msti'i~ Ohio na State 15 5-0 6&04
What's perhaps mostnspiring . Knsas 5-0 660
about the poll is that the two 4. Ponn State 1 4-0 5801
teams in front of Michigan, Cali- . Notre Dame 4-1 4421
fornia and Syracuse, play each 6. Tennessee 4-0-1 418
7. Pudue 4-1 410
other this Saturday. So if Michi- 8. Georgia 4--1 369
gan belts Minnesota, (and the 9. Miami. Fla. 4-1 194
Wolverines are favored by 14 10 Sracuse 3-1 160
11. California 4-i 138
points), theycould pop right up 12. Michigan 4-1 116
into the mythical and fabled Top 13. Texas 3-1-1 112,
Ten. 14. Missouri 4-1 103
Southern California still is No. 1 I1.Florida 4-1 31
16. Arkansas 4-1 63
in the/ poll, but might be a little .17 Mississippi 4-1 60
gun-shy after the Ohio State 18. Louisiana State 4-1 43
Buckeyes hit the bullseye again. 2. FlTda tte 3-1 26
But although Michigan doesn't Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
exactly have the schedule of a betically: Alabama, Arizona, Arizona r
Raoul Amundsen, they still face State, Houston, Minnesota, Nebraska,
some cold, calculating opponents North Carolina, North Carolina State,
in the Rats from Northwestern, Ohio University, Oklahoma, Oregon
State, Southern Methodist, Southern
the Minnesota Gerkins, and the Missouri, Stanford, West Virginia,
lucky Ohio State Barrels. But if Wyoming.
Gridde Pikig
k
A new game is added to the list, and a game almost too easy
to predict at that.
It is the annual' passion-filled Daily Libel-UAC Mugger football
game to be held this Friday in the waning hours of the afternoon.1
The Libels, of course, are assured- of a crushing victory over the
sissies from UAC, as they field the toughest team ever seen in
dear Ann Arbor town.
(aside: Football fever is running high around here hese
days, what with impending Rose Bowl berths, World Series action
(?), and Diag rallies. Students across the length and breadth of
the campus are whispering excitedly in hallways and ballways
about the wondrous pigskin, each with his private aspirations and
dreams.
But in football, as in life, there can be but one winner
destined to take home all the marbles, as it were. And if you're
not the one to take home the marbles, then who are you to-com-
plain?)V
Enter Gridde Pickings this week and if you don't pick the Libels
you're automatically disqualified.
Get your entries into,this here Daily by Friday at 4:00 or you
stink.
Win a Cottage Inn pizza for your troubles.

nked

12th

in AP poll

pating lead-now down to 16
Points-over the runnerup Buck-r
eyes after edging Washington 14-7
last weekend. Ohio State, mean-
while, continued its machine-gun
scoring by slugging Northwesternj
45-21.
Southern Cal chalked up 800
points, including 21 for first place,
in the voting by sports writers
and broadcasters. Ohio State built'
its 784 points on 15 first-place, bal-
lots plus strength in second and
third-place votes.
Kansas nudged aside idle Penn
State for third place after wal-

loping Oklahoma State. 49-14. The
Jayhawks grabbed five first-place
ballots and 660 points. Penn State
was named first on one ballot and
rolled up 580 points over-all for
fourth place.
Notre Dame. with 442 points,l
climbed from sixth to fifth after
buying Illinois 58-8; Tennessee
moved from eighth to sixth with
418 after beating Alabama 10-9'
and Purdue dropped from fiftl
to seventh after barely beating
winless Wake Forest 28-27. Geor-
gia rose from 10th to eighth after
thumping Vanderbilt 32-6.

In the second ten, California
came from nowhere to No. 11 af-
ter humiliating UCLA 39-15.
Missouri same from 20th to 14th
after defeating Nebraska 16-14;
Florida dropped from seventh to
15th after losing to unranked
North Carolina 22-7; Mississippi
41-13; Louisiana State took over
18th place after stopping Ken-
tucky 13-3; Texas Tech fell four
laces to 19th by tying Mississippi
iutate 28-28, and Florida State re-
turned to the rankings in No. 20
after lashing Memphis State 20-10.

WASTEBASKET AWAITS

Libels prep for Mu

-Daily-Andy Sacks
THIS IS THE STUFF that rocketed Michigan into twelfth place in the AP poll this week. Dennis
Brown (22) lets fly with a pass intended for one of his receivers, against Michigan State while his
blockers provide wonderful protection. Michigan won the tilt, 28-14. The Wolverines have scored
four touchdowns per game since California.'
"A GUIDE TO CANDIDATES FOR THE'AA STUDENT"
HEAR: GEORGE SALLADE, Democratic candidate, State Legislature
LOIS OWENS, Democratic candidate, County Clerk
MARGE BRAZER, Democratic candidate, Board of Supervisors
(Ward 2)
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(elected with YD efforts last spring)
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 23, 8 P.M., Union Room 3A
Refreshments afterwards
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By ANDREW SACKS
When the Daily Libels meet the
UAC Muggers this Friday, the
Muggers will cheat, and try to win
by deception and fraud, but the
Libel squad will get the goods on
them.
Not with a typewriter, no, not
hiding behind the glass facades
of the Student Publications Build-
ing, but right out there on the
turf, fighting tooth and nail, to get
the Little Brown Wastebasket back
from that no good bunch of liars.
A wastebasket wouldn't seem to
be worth all this trouble, b u t
when tradition is involved, when
age-old rivalries between p e e r
groups are at stake, all hell can
break loose. And the Daily squad

of Libels does not intend to be
on the short end of the stick this
year,
Completely outfitted with new
gear. a set of tactics, diver-
sionary ploys and speed, all glean-
ed from their experience in Chi-
cago this fall, the Libels would
beat the Muggers even if they
had the sheriff on their side.
Enough of idle boasts. The
proof is in the pudding, not In the
talking, so lets taske a look at the
Libels at their first workout.
Yesterday the Libel squad re-
ported for their first workout of
the season, and as one impartial
girl observed, "they were tre-
mendous."
Then they went out' on Palmer

ggertit.
field for some real exercises, and
they were tremendous there as
well. The blockers hit hard, the
kickers could punt'. that ball
through a basketball hoop 50
yards away. The running backs
were lightening fast, and the
teamwork was outstanding.
To watch those ends split out
and tear down the field was like
watching Lauren Bacall walk out
the door. When Eric the Killer
Pergeaux hit the line for block-
ing practice, the earth shook. The
opposition trembled, and the Kill-
er took out two men simultaneous-
ly.

When Gromper Gray pulled in
a long one for a TD pass play.
there were six enemy men around
him, but with, his :height and
speed, he looked like he was pick-
ing apples in the Garden of Eden.,
so relaxed was he.
As ingrsFred drew out the
plays on the palm of his hand dur-
ing the huddle, it was clear, that
with a strategy such as thre Libels
employed, the Muggers will i'sh
they had gone to see Lindsay this
Friday.
{Running their plays from the
secret straight "I" formation, the.
Libels swept around right end in
three ,successive plays, and march-
ed 12 yards for their second score.
Asked if he was pleased with
the performance' of his team in
their first day of practice, acting
coach Clarence "Biggy" Copi com-
mented, "I don't want to spoil no-
body's fun, but them Uacters are
going to have their pants full on
Friday afternoon."
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Minnesota ... at MICHIGAN
.. (pick score)
Ohio State at Illinois
Wisconsin at Northwestern
Iowa at Purdue
Notre Dame at Michigan State
Arizona at Indiana
Syracuse at California
Princeton at Penn"sylvania
Virginia at Navy
Houston at Mississippi

11.
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16.
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20.

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
DAILY LIBELS vs. uac mug-
gers

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THIS IS A RARE PHOTO of a UAC Mugger practice session.
The guy on the end is Ernie the Three-Eyed Horse, Mugger cap-
tain and president of UAC. Ernie is a real cut-up on the'gridiron,
and he also does a mean Big Apple. The girls in the picture are
without their customary little brown leather coats, and Silva
Thins but you probably get the idea anyway about what they're
like. It's almost tragic that these UAC creeps will have toiface the

Support the
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vicious Libels this Friday, because.
best team in recent years. Even the
ain't bad.

the Libels are fielding their
guys who stink for the Libels

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