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Page Eight
The +Ceniter for Japanese Studies
reseds
Kinhide Mu shakoji
Professor of Political Science
SOPHIA UNIVERSITY
'Recent Trends in the Study of
International Relations in Japan"

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 27, 1968

Tues., October 29
at 4:15 P.M.

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Cal con
By The Associated Press
BERKELEY, Calif. - California
turned repeated Syracuse mistakes
into 27 first half points and went
on to stun the 10th-ranked
Orangemen ,43-0.
California, 11th ranked, ran its
season record to 5-1 while dealing
Syracuse its second defeat in five
games and its first shutout in 32,
not counting bowl games.
The Orangemen lost three fum-
bles and had six passes inter-
cepted.
California scored twice in the
first quarter, once on quarterback
Randy Humphries' 10-yard run
after linebacker Jerry Woods
picked off a pass, and later on
fullback John McGaffie's one-yard
plunge. Still in the first period,
Cal defensive end Irby Augustine
recovered a fumble at the Syra-
cuse 29 and Miller followed with
a 50-yard field goal.
UCLA stuns Stanford
LOS ANGELES-A 50-yard pass
from reserve quarterback Jim Na-
der to lanky end Ron Copeland set
up the winning touchdown in the
waning minutes yesterday, bring-
ing UCLA a 20-17 upset victory
over Stanford.
The Indians led the Pacific-8
Conference football battle all the
way until Greg Jones leaped over
center from three yards out for a
score with 3:43 left.
Jones' touchdown camne on the
first play after the 6-foot-4 Cope-
land leaped high to snare the
Nader pass, which carried more
than half the length of the field.
The victory-which broke a
three game losing streak for the
Bruins-had appeared out of reach
when Stanford built a 14-0 half-
time lead.
me a * * *
Penn State rolls B.C.
NEWTON, Mass. -Penn State,

everts chances

By The Associated Press

of Sacramento, Calif.. and Jan

' Defending champion Miroslav

MEXICO CITY - Mike Burton, Honne of Oakland, each got her Corvar of Yugoslavia captured the
the long distance swimmer from second gold and fourth medal gold medal in the men's pommel
UCLA, grabbed his second gold over-all as the quartet won in horse gymnastics event.
medal and two more relay teams 4:02.5, also a Games record. The silver medal for second
won last night in another dazzling In other action, all around went to Olei Eine Lahe of Finland.
display of U.S pool power that champion Sawao Kato won the Russia's Michal Vorenin won the
wrapped up a record-smashing gold medal and led Japan to a bronze medal.
prfprmance in the Olympics. sweep in finals of the floor ex- Hungary won the gold medal in
The victories of Burton, the ercise in the Olympic men's gym- Olympic soccer, defeating Bul-
men's 400-meter medley relay nastics. The silver and bronze garia 4-1.
eaemand te women'st400-metr medals went to his countrn. The Soviet Union won the
freestyle quartet gave the United Akinori Nakayama, who finished Olympic gold medal in women's
States 23 gold medals in 33 swim- first in the rings, and Takeshi volleyball by defeating Japan in
ing and diving events. Kato. four sets, 15-10, 14-18, 15-3, 15-9.

Sunday, October 27, 1968

to cold-cock. Syracuse
U.S. pool POwer submerges foes

-Associated Press
JERRY SANTINI (30) University of Pennsylvania halfback, takes
to the air from the one over Princeton defenders for Penn's first.
TD. Penn's victory over Princeton was their first game since 1959.

ball power, settled down after slow
start and rode the pass receiving
of Ted Kwalick to a 17-point sec-
ond period in overpowering stub-
born Boston College 29-0.
The Nittany Lions scored first
on Carthwaite's 29-yard field goal
10:29 of the second quarter.
Quarterback Chuck Burkhart
and Kwalick, a big tight end, then
took charge. Burkhart spotted
Kwalick, in the end zone and hit
him on a 31-yard scoring toss.
After a pass interception, Burk-
hart passed twice to Kwalick, set-
ting up an 11-yard touchdown run

Senior quarterback Loran Car-,
ter enjoyed his best day of the
season in directing the Tigers. He
connected on 15 of 28 pass at-
tempts, including three which
went for touchdowns. .
His favorite receiver was Tim
Christian, who pulled in 7 passes
for 131 yards and two touchdowns,
the second of which set a new Au-
burn receiving record of 35 in a
season. The old record of 34 was
set last year by Freddie Hyatt.
Christian's scoring plays cover-
ed 62 and 24 yards. .

With only the boxing finals to
go on yesterday's program, Ameri-
cans had won 43 gold medals, 27
silver and 34 bronze for a Games-
leading total of 104.
All told, U.S swimmers amassed
58 of a possible 89 medals, which
is more than half the U.S. grand
total for the Games.
The record performance gave
the powerful U.S. swimmers a' total
of 23 Olympic records, 10 in new
events, and five world marks dur-
ing the 10 days of competition.
Burton, who already had won
the 400-meter freestyle race.
stroked to an easy victory in the
1,500-meter, freestyle in Olympic
record time of 16:39.9.
Charles Hickcox of Phoenix

,Stickmen surge over Irish;
Ruggers rapped in dual loss

It was a Michigan morning for
club sports, but not a Michigan
afternoon.
Notre Dame, which brought la-
crosse and rugby teams to Mich-
igan's homecoming weekend, went
two for one-two wins and one
loss.
The loss came first, as t h e
Michigan stickmen broke a 2-2
first half deadlock and splurged
for six goals and an easy 8-5 vic-
tory.
Captain Bob Gillon's second of
three tallies along with one by
Muggs Davocknput Michigan
ahead to stay early in the third
quarter.
Skip Flanagan, who also picked
up three goals, scored twice in
that half along with Paul Law-
rence to complete the Michigan
surge.
Ed Hogan led Irish scorers with

by Tom Cherry just before the Carter also connected with gained his third gold as the first
Dwight Hurston on , a 22-yard
half. Douhdw pss and he man on the 400-meter medley re-
lay team that set a world record
} -ak - other tally came on a 36-yard 3:54.9., Don McKenzie of Wood-
Auburn shPakes Mami pass interception return by Bobby land Hills, Calif., Dog Russell of
AUBURN, Ala.-Auburn stunned Strickland. Midland. TexH, and Ken Walsh of
ninth ranked Miami with 24 points Ponte Vedra, Fla., each picked up
in the first half, then held off a Penn rips Princeton a second gold.
Hurricane passing combination for f
. --- -- Two members of the girls' 400-

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presents:
Post HomecomingI
Relieve the Blahs!
Don't struggle with subtitles
2nd Annual English Language
Film Festival
with
"GREEN PASTURES"
and

the nation's fourth-ranked foot- a 31-6 football upset. PHILADELPHIA - Touchdowns
_ _ _ _ --- by hard running Gerry Santini
and tight end Dave Graham and
a pair of field goals by Eliot Berry
" 3carried unbeaten Penn to a 19-14
the m ini ad Ivy League football victory over
Princeton.
1965 SUPER HAWK. $300, well taken A crowd of 30,886, the largest to
ca'e of miles. Will sell to highest see the Quakers play here since
offer by Nov. 1. Andy--761-5930. Z2 1955, watched Penn brunt a late
Princeton rally to win its fifth
straight for the first time in 20
1 naxipower! yards.
W"rnr axi It was Penn's first win over
_ Princeton since 1959 and the sec-
ond in the last 13 meetings with a
chael rival of 60 years.
M ic-el -!Penn built a 19-0 lead on a 1-
(is here) yard touchdown by Santini in the
2 Homecomings are always better thn first period, Berry's 25-yard field
goal in the second and 39-yarder
in the third and an 18-yard TD
Read and Use DAILY Classifieds ass from quarterback Bernie
ReadandsShrzezn to Graham in the third
--eriod'

meter freestyle team, Sue Pedersen

SCORES

two tallies, as Michigan goalie
Dave Bolleck had an excellent day.
This game was Michigan's first
win in fall exhibition. Come
spring, the stickmen will play a
14-game schedule in Midwest La-
cross Association action.
But the ruggers did not fare
quite so well.
The A' team fought a hard bat-
tie on a muddy, icky, Wines' Field,
leading most of the game, only to
fall 10-6 in the closing minutes.
Mike Johnson put Michigan on
the scoreboard with a penalty
kick early in the first half. Centre
John Bowers then fell on a loose
ball in the endzone for another
three points, but the conversion
attempt failed.
Notre Dame tallied on a try by
scrum half Skip Gilmartain, con-
verted by Ricco Bordenave, as the
first half ended 6-5 in Michigan's
favor.
But the second half was a dif-
ferent story. The Irish controlled
the ball, though they were unable
to put across a tally, until for-
ward Charlie Blum came through
with the winning try with less
than two minutes left to play. The
conversion by Bordenave made it
10-6 Notre Dame.
In the second game, the Mich-
igan fifteen got smashed 27-3.
Ken Adams accounted for all the
Michigan scoring.
At 3:00 this afternoon (correc-
tion from yesterday's paper), the
ruggers will take on Windsor in
Southwest Ontario Union action.
In the Oakland University In-
vitational yesterday, the Wolverine
cross country team tied for first
with Western Michigan by finish-
ing at 41 points. Michigan's Ken
How was only three seconds off
the individual winning time of
32:00:07 run by MSU's Ken Leon-
owitz over the six mile course.

GRIDDE PICKINGS
1. Michigan 33, Minnesota 20
2. Ohio State 31, Illinois 24
3. Northwestern 13, Wisconsin 10
4. Purdue 44, Iowa 14
5. Michigan State 21, Notre Dame 17
6. Indiana 16, Arizona 13
7. California 43, Syracuse 0
8. Pennsylvania 19, Princeton 14
9. Virginia 24, Navy 0
10. Houston 29, Mississippi 7
11. Auburn 31, Miami, Fla. 6
12. Air Force 27, Pittsburgh 14
13. SMU 39, Texas Tech 18
14. CLA20,Stanford 17
15. Wake Forest 48, North Carolina 31
16. North Carolina State 31, Maryland 11
17. Harvard 22, Dartmouth 7
18. Alabama 21, Clemson 14
19. Buffalo 10, Holy Cross 9
20. Daily Libels 6, uac muggers 12 (?)
EAST
Vale 25,Cornell 13
Delaware 50, Temple 27

"THE PHARMICIST"
9:30 P.M. Sun

(W. C.

Fields)

I Brown 27, Colgate 19
| Villanova 21, Xavier 10
Penn State 29, Boston College 0
Rutgers 28, Columbus 17
MIDWEST
Miami, Ohio, 31, Bowling Green 7
Missouri 56, Kansas State 20
Tuisa 34, Cincinnati 27
Nebraska 21, Oklahoma State 20
Ohio U. 42, Dayton 12
SOUTH
Florida,14, Vanderbilt 14, tie
Virginia Tech 27, West Virginia 3
Georgia Tech 23, Tulane 19
* WEST
Oregan 14, Utah 6
PRO SCORES
NBA
Boston 102, Milwaukee 89
New York 98, Cincinnati 92
Philadelphia 122, Chicago i1g
Baltimore at San Francisco, inc.
NHL
Toronto 2, Boston 0
Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 2
New York at Minnesota, inc.
Philadelphia at Los Angeles, inc.

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