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Tuesday, October 14, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Tuesday, October 14, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

M'

looks

to

State,

then

roses

We're on the road to the Rose.............................
Bowl.
Seriously.
Even though Saturday's 31-20
victory over Purdue was the first
Big Ten game of the season for BROAD-SIDE
Michigan, the Wolverines proved 4 iR O \, i1 )1
that they have the strengths to
vin the ticket to travel to Pasa- by robIn wright
deathis year.
As quarterback Don Moorhead <. ..., .> .>:.: .
explained, "There'll be no stop- i. . . . . . .
ping us if we win this weekend at once since our last trip in 1964. from catching the ball. Mandich
Michigan State. They have be- Captain Jim Mandich agreed is a good competitor and a fine
come the new pivotal point of the with Moorhead's season predic- receiver."
season, but they're beatable. tion. "I think the whole team is Coach Bo Schembechler also
"And unless Indiana doesn't thinking in terms of the R o se had praise for t h e senior end.
lose a game, the Rose Bowl will Bowl. Purdue started the momen- "Mandich made some nice catch-
be ours. Things are certainly look- turn and State hopefully will add es. He's a very reliable receiver.
ing our way." to it. He read the defense well and was
Indiana, who is two and two for "We're taking each game one at able to pick the holes."
a time and right now we're look- Schembechler also lauded de-
ing to State. But we do play weak- fensive champion of the w e e k
i eer teams beyond that point and Marty Huff, who intercepted three
the road will be a lot smoother af- of Purdue quarterback M i k e
d i yter' this weekend." at Phipps' bombs. "You bet he's
,ts k "' m .' Mandich, who seems to be at1playing well. That guy can really
full strength again after a pre-Irun

Gridde Pickings
The Michigan State News' belly-buttons are in for a good cleaning
this Friday. As the News' lint covers the ground, the Daily Libels will
gingerly dash around it on their way to their projected 39 homeruns
during this silacious game to take place Friday evening at 5 P.M.
at the same old lacolith.
For the half-time show, both team's 1000 piece marching kazoo
and flugle horn bands have promised to present a combined musical
spectacular. The bands plus their three 89-dear-old sequinted major-
ettes will play and dance Gertie Faust's musical adaptation of The
Peloponesian Wars. It should reach orthoclassical dimensions.
Also, as the Daily's contribution to your "radical action for the
week to write home about," they have organized a marcheback from
the game which will be protesting all bad things. So, since you have T
to walk back from the game anyway, you can automatically do your,
bit for humanity. What could be nicer?
If you've read this far and you are still interested in football;
the twenty sets of names towards the bottom of this column are
games to be played this week. The schools written in capital letters
have been chosen by Bo Schembechler as the absolute winners.
If you would like to select your own winners and enter the Daily
Griddle Pickings contest; go talk to Alan Tucker, he won it last week.
Alan can come and accept his already cold Cottage Inn Pizza as hisj
retribution.
You too may win this proferred prize, just get the entries in by"
midnight Friday. If you get it in by midnight Thursday, you can have
anchovies and spinach on your pizza.

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season illness that he admits "hurt
my performance in the first
NIGHT EDITOR: game," earned the team offensive
BILL DINNER championship of the week award
for his 10 receptions for 156
yards. He also was chosen as UPI
the season, is the only major con- lineman of the week.
ference threat that doesn't have His performance put him in'
to face Ohio State. And, although third place ahead of Dick Rifen-
the Hoosiers don't take on t he burg for Most Yards Gained in a
Wolverines either, they will play career. The senior end has accum-
Michigan State and Purdue be- uMated 1094 yards in 24 games, 83
fore the season's over. yards more than Rifenburg. Jack'
So even if Michigan is tied with Clancy is in first place with 1919
Indiana, State, Purdue, or by yards and Lowell Perry is second
some freak accident, Ohio State, with 1257.
with one loss the Wolverines will Purdue coach Jack Mollenkopf
get the trip to sunshine country complained about Mandich after
since the other teams have gone the game, "We couldn't stop him

1 l .
Other honors distributed among
the team included Victors Club
memberships to all the regulars
on both the offense and defense.
Moorhead, Mandich and Huff won
the highest number of helmet de-
cals with four each. The scouting
team award went to senior defen-
sive back Tim Wadhams.
All three of the injured play-
ers, Tom Curtis, Cecil Pryor and
Glen Doughty are back in regular
practice and are expected to start
against State. End Phil Seymour
will dress for the game, but it is
still not known if he will start.
Schembechler, who agreed that
the Purdue victory "was a b i g
step in the right direction" would'

1. MICHIGAN at Michigan State
2. Illinois at INDIANA
3. Iowa at PURDUE
4. OSU at Minnesota
5. WISCONSIN at Northwestern
6. SOUTH CAROLINA at
Virginia Tech
7. TENNESSEE at Alabama

BILLY HARRIS, who specializes in acrobatic catches, bends over
backwards to snare a long bomb from Don Moorhead. The pass,
good for 34 yards, set up Michigan's second touchdown, a four

11. TEXAS A&M at Texas
Christian
12. California at UCLA
13. OREGON at Washington
14. USC at Notre Dame
15. Colgate at PRINCETON
16. Navy at RUTGERS
17 PENN STATE at Syracuse
18. SMU at Rice
19. Oregon at AIR FORCE
20. MSIU News at DAILY LIBELS

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Go

Go

yard smash by Garvie Craw.
not conmnit himself too deeply on'
the outcome of Saturday's game
at East Lansing. He would go no
further than to admit the resultf
of the game means "a lot."
"State is the big one, there's no
question about that, but we havef
five other problems ahead of us
too," he explained,
Even though State has given up

BIG TEN GOULASH
Hapless Wisconsin bombs Hawk-eyes

By JOHN N. FRED of league competition. Badger
"We play 'em one at a time," Coach John Coatta could only
commented Big 10 watcher Clar- excoriate, "Hot damn! We dood
ence "Biggie" Copi after Iowa's in- it!"
credible debacle last Saturday. Another not-so-hot eleven pull-
The Hawkeyes sported a whal- ed a fast one on the grid prog-
loping 17-0 lead over legendary nosticaters last weekend as the
hapless Wisconsin at the outset amazin' Indiana Hoosiers stomped
of the fourth period of their tilt. the Minesota Gophers 17-7 to keep
But those amazin' Badgers zipped their Rose Bowl Hopes alive for
into the lead and took the whole yet another week.
turkey 23-17 when the dust had Harry Gonso, shafted on Thurs-
cleared.ay Gynso ,fldan e m -n
Haplesswisconsin. day by some fledgling helmsman,
Haplesswisconsin made this its showed the stuff that made him
first victory in almost three years famous as the playmaker for the
Professional Standings

"razzle-dazzle kids" when his paign blew their big chance and
coach finally gave him the big dropped the tilt 10-7 to the sput-
break and put him in as a sub. tering Wildcats. Northwestern's
Gonso steered his mates to 17 boys managed to score the only,
i -f ihdi ' of th da Aftp d rliv

8.
96 points in its last two encount-11.
e's, the Wolverine mentor felt it
was not a c 1 e a r indication of
State's true potential.
"Neither Notre Dame nor Ohio
State ran over State. Both teams K
scored a lot, but State's mistakes
gave them several extra advan-
tages. And we can't count on those
advantages.
"There's no way we can be over,
confident going into this game.
We're not planning anything spec-
ial to make the team aware of the
game's importance but they're
smart guys and they'll know
State's strengths when they see
the films," he added.
"You don't ni e e d to ovei'em-
phasize the importance of a tra-
ditional game to them."
Except when it means the Rose
IBowl too.
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Century Division
W L T Pct. P
,nd 3 1 0 .750 10
ork 3 1 0 .750 6
uis ? ?2 0 .500 6
rgh 1 3 0 .250 &

Clevela
New Y
St. Lou
Pittsbu

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2
62
67
64

Capitol Division
Dallas 4 0 0 1.000
Washington 2 1 1 :667
Philadelphia 1 3 0 .250
New Orleans 0 4 0 .000

107
99
88
71

Greenl
Mlinnes
Detroit
Chicag

WESTERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
Bay 3 1 0 .750 6
ota 3 1 0 .750 12
? 2 0 .500 8
p 0 4 0 .000 4

OP
88
78
88
91
44
81
112
110
43
45
65
96
65
113
74
82

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Houston
New York
Buffalo
Miami
Boston
Oakland
Kansas Ci
Cincinnati
San Diego
D~enver

3
3
2
0
0
Western
4
y 4
3
3
2

W L T Pct.

Saturday's Game
Pittsburgh at Cleveland
Sunday's Games
Atlanta at San Francisco
Baltimore at New Orleans
Chicago at Detroit
Green Bay at Los Angeles
:Minnesota at St. Louis
New York at Washington
Philadelphia at Dallas
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division

2 0 .600
2 0 .600
3 0 .400
4 1 .000
5 0 .000
Division
0 1 1.000
1 0 .800
2 0 .600
2 0 .600
3 0 .400

Pts. OP
84 72
123 95
100 122
82 110
60 146

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over a sadly outclassed MSU game matching Michigan and
eleven 54-21, Michigan State Saturday in East
Lansing will have a larger audi-
Woody's babies held a record- ence this year.
shattering 86,511 crowd in utter Michigan Athletic Director Don
boredom as they made mincemeat Canham announced Monday that
teGrenan tlegionsthe game will be shown on closed
from Moo U. Rex "Shoobie-Do" ;circuit television in Michigan's
Kern, as swift a q-back as has ever Events Building. The game, carried
been seen in the corn belt, steered live, will be telecast in color on a
the Ohioans to three TD's in the liv e etn
firt eghtandone-half minutes giant sci'een.
first eight and oTickets have been set at $3 for
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In a striking battle of the pyg- The Events Building, which nor-
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Brig Results

Coastal Division
Los Angeles 4 0 0 1.000 107
Baltimore 2 2 0 .500 79
Atlanta 1 3 0 .250 62
San Francisco 0 3 1 .000 57
Sunday's Results
Washington 33, St. Louis 17
New York 10, Pittsburgh 7
Los Angeles 27, San Francisco 21
Dallas 24, Atlanta 17
Minnesota 31, Chicago 0
Green Bay 28, Detroit 17
Cleveland 27, New Orleans 17
Monday's Results
Baltimore 21, Philadelphia 20

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Saturday's Results
Buffalo 23, Boston 16
San Diego 21, Miami 14
Sunday's Results
New York 21, Cincinnati 7
Kansas City 24, Houston 0
Oakland 24, Denver 14
Sunday's Games
Buffalo at Oakland
Denver at Cincinnati
Miami at Kansas City
San Diego at Boston

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