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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 21, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 21, 1969

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VIols,
By LEE KIRK
Paul Bear' Bryant. as the Gen-
tle Ben of the SEC? ! It sounds
even less likely than the M et s
winning the Series.
This has been a year for totally
implausible. however, and for the
first, time since anyone can re-
member. Alabama and Bryant
have lost two straight! It used to
be a rare occurrence wvh en the
Crimson Tide would lose two
g ames in a season, but two in a
row --ridiculous.
The unbeaten Tennessee Volum-
tee'rs methodically took the Tide
apart Saturday, 41-14, in the

'ruins gain

in regional

races

worst shellacking ever absor'bed by
a Bryant. coached "KBama team...
THlE ONCE gigantic 'Tide de-
fense has suffered embarrassing
indignities. Mississippi's brilliant
Archie Manning ran and passed
for a phenomenal 540 yards, only
to lose, but he more than pointed
to the precursors of doom on the
wall.
Vanderbilt (remember mediocre
Vanderbilt) crunched out 450
yards a wveek later en route to a
shocking 14-10 upset of the Tide,
but the ease with which Tennes-
see cut the blushing, ebbing Tide
to shreds c a u g h t everyone off
guard.
The rest of the SEC continued
like madhouse.
Louisiana State and Florida al-

so kept their unblemished records
intact with lopsided wins o v e r
meager op~position. while Georgia
and Auburn, who have only lost
once. remained hot on the leaders'
tailIs.
'THIE VALUE of the football
championship in the SEC has been
considerably diminished in t h i s
decade. Georgia Tech and Tulane
have both dropped out of the con-
ference, leaving the conference
with tenr teams, some of whom
play as few as f i v e conference
games.
Tennessee, Louisiana State and
Florida could all finish the sea-
son with untarnished conference
records for they do not play eachj
other. The odds against this are,

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Xfl'MAKUP V~ARSITIY FOOTBALL - Minnesota at :Minneapolis
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however, limited by the fact that
each of these teams still has two
or three games remaining tgainst
the other conference powerhouses
Penin State took another giant
step backwards in this week's poll
after pulling a monumental luck-
out against Syracuse w i t h two
fourth quarter touchdowns. The
Nittany Lions haven't lost in 24
games, but they have shown very
little in their narrow wins against
Kansas State and Syracuse, the
only two remotely potent teams
on their schedule to date.
FOR OVER-RANKING, one will
have to go a long way to beat
the year in. year out consistency
of Notre Dame. The Irish some-
times make it appear as if the Col-
lege of Cardinals has replaced the
writers and coaches in voting for
the top twenty.
UCLA has emerged as the class
of the far west after their con-
vincing 32-0 triumph over Cali-
fornia. The Golden Bears were
supposed to provide a stiff test for
Will iams-,gets
pilot's award
NEW YORK (iP Tel Wil-
liams, baseball's first million dol-
lar manager who lad the Wash-
ington Senators to their f i r s t
winning season in 1'7 years, has
been selected The Associated
Press' American League Manager
of the Year.
He narrowly outp~olled another
first year man, Billy Martin, who
was fired after directing Minna-
sota to the Western Division title.
Soccer Results
ichvligan 7, Notre Dame I

Sunday's Results
Milwaukee 130, Seattle 106
Yesterday's Gamnes
No gamnes scheduled,
Today's Games
L~os Angeles at Baltimore
Phoenix at New York
Boston at D~etroit

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Eastern Division
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New Yoirk 4 0
Baltimore ? 0
Philadelphia 2 0
Milwaukee ? 0
Cincininati 1 2
D~etroit 0 1
Boston 0o 9
Western lDivision
Atlanta 2 0
Phoenix 1II
San Diego I I
Chicago 1 2
San Francisco il 1
Los Angeles 0 2
Seattle 0 4

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the Bruins. but the battle for sur'-
vival of the species never material-
ized. Everybody got into the UCLA
act, with reserve halfback Bill
Bolden picking up 105 yards and
two touchdowns in two carries.
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Minnesota 4, Chicago I
Boston 4. Pittsburgh 0
Yesterday's Gamnes
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Today's Gaines
Pittsburgh at Oakland

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