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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 10, 1968

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By The Associated Press opening touchdown early in the IOWA CITY, Iowa - Tailback
MINNEAPOLIS - Burly full- period and then added two more Ed Podolak galloped to an amaz-
back Jim Carter hammered in for scores on short yardage plunges ing 286 yards on 17 rushing at-
three first period touchdowns as .ht tempts while pacing rambunctious
SMinnesota knocked sixth-rankedthe Gophers to a 27-0 Iowa to a 68-34 Big Ten Confer-
Purdue reeling 27-13 yesterday in halftime lead. ence romp over hapless Northwes-
a stunning Big Ten football up- Purdue, a two-touchdown favor- tern yesterday.
set. ite which had been averaging 33 The 6-1 193-pound senior, in
Carter. who gained 100 yards points per game, never recovered eclipsing a 2-year-old Big T e n
rushing, rambled 49 yards for the from the first half onslaught. rushing record set by Clinton
Jones of Michigan State, amassed
208 of the yards as Iowa built a
42-14 lead in the first half.
He shattered Jones' mark with
a 42-yard dash to Northwestern's
eight-yard line at the third quar-
k ter's conclusion and retired from
the game four minutes later with
a bruised shoulder.
* * *
EAST LANSING, Mich - Indi-
.ana scored a touchdown with 52
seconds left and edged Michigan
State 24-22 yesterday. The victory
kept Hoosier Big Ten title hopes
alive.
A Steve Brown pass to Eric Stol-
berg, who made a spectacular
catch on the one-yard line, set
up Indiana's winning touchdown.
The pass covered 33nyards.
Michigan State fumbled six:
times and lost the ball four times,
while Indiana had seven fumbles
and four ball losses.
+ Indiana is 4-1 in the conference
* and cannot yet be counted out of
the title run and the Rose Bowlj
bid.
Michigan State, 1-4 in confer-I
ence play, now can only hope to
play the role of a spoiler.t
-Associated Press
MICHIGAN STATE QUARTERBACK Bill Triplett (17, along MADISON, Wis. - Second-
with a whole bunch of Indiana players, dives for a State fumble first half, used the passing and
in yesterday's game in East Lansing. State fumbled four times running of Ron Maciejewski to
in the first quarter of the game, losing the greasy pigskin twice. crush Wisconsin's winless Badgers
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43-8 yesterday in a Big Ten Con-
ference football game.
The Buckeyes from Ohio State
had to settle for a 28-yard field
goal by Jim Reuan the first time
they got the ball. Their next ser-
ies ended when Maciejewski fired
-an eight-yard scoring pass to
Larry Zelina.

Wisconsin's defensive unit, on
the field most of the day, stiff-
ened and the visiters went into
halftime leading 10-0.
Any hopes for a major upset by
the 40,972 watching the slaughter
amid snow flurries vanished rep-
idly at the start of the third per-
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Trojans crop Cal
By The Associated Press Tense against rushing yesterday
OS ANGELES - Southern Cal- as unbeaten Penn State came
nia's Steve Sogge threwthree from behind in the second half to
chdown passes, O. J. Simpson beat Miami 22-7 for the Nittany
for 'two, and aided by a rib- Lions' seventh straight football
cking defense, the Trojans victory.
ndered yesterday past Cali- Fourth-ranker State trailed the
nia 35-17 in an important 'Hurricanes from Florida 7-0, in
ific-8 Conference game with the first half on' a 78-yard touch-
e Bowl bearing, down pass from quarterback Dave
'he unbeaten, top-ranked Tro- Olive to flanker Ray Bellamy.
s, coming through with their * * *
┬░st game of the season before PRINCETON, N.J. - Harvard
71, the largest football crowd held off a last quarter Princeton
he year in Memorial Coliseum/ charge as the Crimson won their
C increased its record to 7-0 seventh straight game yesterday,
the Golden Bears' Rose Bowl 9-7 and remained tied at the top
es were blunted with a con- of the Ivy League football race.
once record now of 1-1-1. The Crimson defense, headed
* * * by linebacker John Emeray, con-
AWRENCE, Kan. - Oklahoma, tained Princeton for three quart-
aunted by Kansas' perfect ers as Harvard built up a 9-0 lead.
ball record crunched 81 yards * * *
a fourth-quarter touchdown, LINCOLN, Neb. - Kansas State
n got a game-saving pass inter- used the passing of Lynn Dickey,
tion from Steve Barrett in the the kicking of Max Arreguin and a
zone to upset the Jayhawks stubborn defense . yesterday to
23 yesterday. fashion their first Big Eight Con- I
he defeat was the first for the ference football victory in f o u r
3 ranked Kansans after seven years a 12-0 conquest of favored
ight victories and may have Nebraska.
led, the Jayhawks' chances of* * *
1g to the'Orange Bowl. Kansas JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Soph-
been considered a strong bet omore quarterback Mike Cavan
vin a bid to Miami had it beat- drove ninth-ranked Georgia to an
Oklahoma and 'Kansas State amazingly easy 51-0 victory over
t vleek. the steadily deteriorating Florida
* * * Gators through a heavy rain yes-
NIVERSITT PARK, Pa. - terday and kept the Bulldogs a
fbacks Charlie Pittman and leading contender for the South-
Campbell ripped apart the eastern Conference championship
on's second best college de- and a bowl game.

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o What are You Going to Do-Sulk
There are better ways tq change America.
Our radical politics forced one President to'abdicate. Now let's try to elect our own.
Insurgents are organizing to do just that. Men like Don Peterson, Julian Bond, Paul Schrade (wQunded when Robert Kennedy was
killed) Allard Lowenstein and the Rev. Channing Phillips. They are forming the New Democratic Coalition.
A new party for students, blacks, McCarthy and Kennedy liberals, rebellious labor, the Spanish-speaking, the poor and other ele-
ments in the ernerging coalition.

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Radical politics for radical change. New politics, not no politics.

Organize for Change

NATIONAL ORGANIZING
COMMITTEE INCLUDES:
EXEC. DIRECTOR
EARL D. CRAIG
(Minnesota)
ADAM WALINSKY
(speech writer for RFK)
REV. CHANNING PHILLIPS
(black caucus nominee )
DAVID HOEH
(N.H. McCarthy chmn.)
PAUL SCHRADE
(Western Dir. UAW)
ARNOLD KAUFMAN
(The Radical Liberal")
BERT CORONA
(Mex -American leader, Cal.)
CURTIS GANS
(Dir., McCarthy camp gn.)
JULIAN BOND
(Ga. State legislator)
SANFORD GOTTLIEB
(Exec. Dir. SANE)
MICHAEL HARRINGTON
("Toward a Democratic Left")
DONALD PETERSON

EARL CRAIG, national Executive Director of the New Democratic Coalition,
will speak here Monday evening.
Craig is 29. He is a black political leader of Minnesota insurgents. He and
two'or three dozen others gathered.at the Sherman House in Chicago after
Humphrey's nomination.
From their meeting came a resolve-that the gains of the movementnot be
squandered. And a commitment-that there be a majority party for justice,
peace and liberty. A majority party of the democratic left.
Students are a powerful 'element in that majority. Like labor in the New
Deal. That's why we must organize now, Other campuses have already
begun.-
The times they are a-changin'. Meet with Craig Monday night.

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