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Tuesday,. October 21, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Tuesday, October 21, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

STATE DOLDRUMS

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Gridde rs
According to Webster's Colleg-
iate Dictionary, recovery is t h e
following:y
* the regaining of something
lost or taken away;
0 return to a former and bet-
ter state or condition;,
0 the regaining of substances:
in useable form, as from refuse
materials or waste products.

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ACCORDING TO

Michigan football coach Bo Schembechler,
recovery is coming back from a

sota, they're one of the best teams
I've seen.
SCHIIEMBECULER continued,
"They're a real pasing threat. In
theirperforman~cedgainstO h i o
DAozaD 'State, they pae well and prov-
ed that Ohio Slate is not t h a t
by robin Wright much better than they are,
"Minnesota is proof of the
theory that a team improves as
the season goes on."
takes, but we didn't play g o o d For Michigan to be eligible for
football either." the Rose Bowl, the Wolverines will
The "regaining substances in have to beat Ohio State, and In-'
useable form" will take the form diana must lose to either Purdue
of extra tough practices and pos- or Michigan St11 , or, if Michigan
sible new faces in the starting should lose to Ohio State, State
line-up this Saturday. and Purdue must beat Indiana,
Schembechlery explained, "There Purdue will have to beat Michigan
are strong possibilities for chang- State and Ohio State will have
es in the line-up. It will be due to beat Purdue.
to performance; it won't be a

Though posting a less s e5Situl 5CO1'.
of 3119 M arkley .Hall mana d to cop last xi" .
tgeInn pizza. Tlo put you on the oad to this
Bo's picks appear below.

The Daily edit staff twins, who, for fear of threatening phone
calls, declined to be named, won a Peopl's victory last week by post-
ing a shocking 19-1 Gridde Piekings mark. Though still occupying
second-to-last lace among the Daily staff pickers, they had the
iollowing conumnt
"On the whole, we'd .uaher be in Philadelphia.
'"'hrough our precognitive talents, we know that this will be
the lament of the gophers next Saturday, when they realize how long
the shadovs of their smiles are wh'n the W lxerines pulverize them.
"And it's not even February. But vi tory is eminent forshadowed
by the Libils radical victory over whomeer wil be lucky to lose to
them Sunday."

Richard Armstrong
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-Daily--Randy Edmonds
Cecil Pryor (55) looks for the ball

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR:
CHRIS TERAS

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BIG TEN SCRAMBLE:

Rose fever hits Midwest

By BILL ALTERMAN diana Hoosiers stand a good
Does anybody deserve to go to chance of coming out the winner
the Rose Bowl? again this year after their 1967
While Michigan and Michigan Pasadena trip."
State were knocking heads, the They have a big advantage over
rest of the conference were doing everyone else because the Hoosiers
their bit. Indiana was having a don't have to face Ohio State or
rough time with Illinois, Purdue Michigan. Assuming everybody
was squeaking by weak Iowa, and else loses to OSU, they will have
Northwestern and Wisconsin prob- an immediate one game advant-
ably don't count anyway. age over the rest of the league.
Ohio State is surely the best
team in collegiate football. Satur- THIS PAST week though, they
day they capitalized on five Min- got off to a slow start against
nesota fumbles and one intercep- Illinois. Going into the fourth
tion in winning their 18th con- quarter they led only 27-20 before'
secutive game 34-7. pulling out a 41-20 victory against!
a team that is 0-5 this year.
THOUGH THEY are probably If Indiana isn't up to it this
not as good as Ohio State, the In- year, then Michigan State might
Professional Standings

make the trip. They will probably
have to beat Purdue, though.
Purdue, however, looked less
than sharp last week. Playing
against Iowa (who a week ago lost
to hapless Wisconsin) they had.
to stop the Hawkeyes on the Boil-I
ermaker three yard line to pre-a
serve a less than sensational
35-31 victory.
After getting off to a 28-14tlead,
the Boilermakers managed to lose
four fumbles in the third quarter
and fall behind 31-28. Even after
Purdue came back late in the
fourth quarter with their winning
touchdown drive, Iowa worked the
kickoff back 72 yards before stall-
ing. Overall, the Hawkeyes gained
534 yards to a mere 329 by Mike
Phipps and company.

23-12 defeat at the hands of
Michigan State.
And in each of the Webster-
prescribed ways.
The Michigan team hopes to
"regain" what they lost Satur-
day-their pride and their status
as a possible Rose Bowl-bound
team-when they take on Minne-
sota at Minneapolis this week.
Whether the defeat was "lost"
or "taken away" is up for debate.
The Wolverine mentor comment-
ed, "We played badly at a lot of
positions. But if we had played
our defense in the first half as
we did in the second, we c o ul d
have stopped them.
"WHEN WE decided to just go
after them, we stopped them cold,"
Schembechler elaborated. "A 1-
though they hurt us at the guard
positions with their size, we felt
all the way through that we could
run the ball.
"We would have thrown ear-
lier if it hadn't been for the wind.
But the wind wasn't the reason.
we dropped seven balls," he add-
ed.
Comparing the loss to the Spar-
tans with the defeat at the hands
of Missouri, the Michigan c o a c h
said, "I felt better about the Mis-
souri game.
"AGAINST MISSOURI we play-
ed good football, although we
made a lot of major mistakes. At
State we made a lot of little mis-

matter of their effort against'
State.
CERTAIN NOT to be replacedI
are quarterback and offensive
champion o fthe week Don Moor-
head, who was high for the game
with 'a total of 221 yards gained,
and defensive champion Cecil Pry-
or.
Other players to be recognized
for their performances w e re the
eight members of the Victors Club,
which has dwindled to one-third
of its size after the Purdue game.
Offensively, Moorhead, Cap-
tain Jim Mandich, Jack Harpring,
and Dan Dierdorf were selected.
Members from the defense include
Pryor, Pete Newell, Fred Grain-
bau and recently returned P h iI
Seymour.
Seymour, who has been out un-
til the State game because of a
knee injury, was re-injured Sa-
turday and his status is doubtful.
IN EVALUATING the chances
for a comeback against Minnesota
this week, the Wolverine c o a c h
warned, "Don't underrate Minne-

THE ONLY timne a team w i t h'
two defeats has gone to Pasadena
with in 1959 when Wisconsin fin-
ished with a five and two record
and went on to get whipped by
Washington on New Year's Day.
But as Schembechler pointed
out, "Anything's possible this
year. Indiana has a lot going for
it since they don't play O h i o
State, and Purdue is still in there.
"We only have one loss, and I
don't consider Ohio State an
automatic defeat, so who knows,
maybe we'll have a surprise fin-
ish."
Now that would really be a re-
covery.
l-'M Scores
A Touch Football
Huber 22, Frost 0
'hicago 6, Mosher Blue 0
Reeves 14, D)ouglas 0
Elliott 30, Residential College 0
Gomberg 14, Michigan 0
Wenley 6, WilliaMs 0
B TOMch Football
,Taylor 8, Mosher Blue 0
Gomtberg 20, Lewis 0
Douglas 8, Chicago 0
%eniy 8, Van Buren 0
:ichigan 1, Pilot Program 0
Scott 3, Bartlett 0

If you wish to tread the same path to fame and feast as our
past five wxinners. just submit your picks for this week's top twenty
games to the Daily by midnight Friday.

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MIChIIGA N STATE at Iowa
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Northwestern at PURlDUE1
INDIANA at Wisconsin
WASIIINGTON at Oregon
Cornell at YALE
VIRGINIA at Navy
Wake Forest at N. CAROLINA
OCLA at Sta n'ord
Ohio U. at P'ENN STATLE

1?. TEXAS TECII at SMU
13. T EXAS A.A 1I at Baylor
14, Oklahom State at
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15. OKLAIiOM!A at Kansas State
16. MISSOUIt at Colorado
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18. Kentucky at GEORGIA TECH
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Conference
Century Division
IV 1., 'I' Pet.
Cleveland 4 1 0 .800
New York 3 2 0 .600
St. Louis ? 31 0 .400
Pittsburgh 1 4 0 .'00
Capitol Division
Dallas 5 0 0 1.000
Washington 3 1 1 .750
Philadelphia 1 3 0 .250
New Orleans 0 5 0 .000
Western Conference
Central Division
Minnesota . 4 1 0 .800
Green Bay 3 2 0 .600
Detroit 3 2 0 .600
Chicago 0 5 0 .000
Coastal Division
Los Angeles 5 0 0 1.000
Baltimore 2 2 0 .500
Atlanta 2 3 0 .400
San Francisco 0 4 1 .000
Saturday's Results
Cleveland 42, Pittsburgh 31
Sunday's Results
Atlanta 21, San Frajicisco 7
Baltimore 30, New Orleans 10
Detroit 13, Chicago 7
L.os Angeles 34, Green Bay 1

'ts. OP
144 119
76 98
77 113
95 133

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119
82
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152
87
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141
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109
86
103
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Minnesota 27, St. Louis 10
Washington 20, New York 14
Dallas 49, Philadelphia 14
AAlMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern 1Division
W I. T Pct. Pts. OP
New York 4 2 0 .667 146 112
Houston 3 3 0 .500 107 98
Buffalo 2 4 0 .333 121 172
Miami 0i 5 1 .000 92 127
Boston 0 6 0 .000 70 159
Western Division
Oakland 5 0 1 1.000 183 112
Kansas City 5 1 0 .833 144 56
San Diego I1 2 0 .667 128 126
Denver 4 2 0 .667 141 140
Cincinnati 3 3 0 .500 129 132
Sunday's Results
Oakland 50, Buffalo 21
Denver 30. Cincinnati 23
Kansas City 17, Miami 10
San Diego 13, Boston 10
Yesterday's Results
New York 26, Houston 17

PERHAPS COACH Alex Agase
has the right attitude, "Once a
team begins to win, anything can
happen."
Indeed maybe the Wildcats are
this year's team of destiny. They
have now won two games in a row
and with a full head of steam they
could "bowl" over Purdue this
week.
Last week against Wisconsin,!
halfback Mike Adamle ran for
316 yards nearly matching the 347-{
yard Big Ten record set last year
by Michigan's own Ron Johnson.,;

Northwestern
Indiana
Ohio State
MICHIGAN
Michigan State
Purdue
Wisconsin
Illinois
Iowa
Minnesota

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37
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Games
T PF
0 53
0 137
0 192
0 147
0 122
0 161
0 81
0 70
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PA
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134
146
169
155
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The Top Twenty
1. Ohio State, 27 4-0 666
2. Texas, 5 4-0 612
3. Tennessee, 1 5-0 435
4. Arkansas 4-0 417
5. Missouri 5-0 355
6. UCLA 6-0 341
7. Southern California 4-0-1 297
8. Penn State, 1 5-0 294
9. Louisiana State 5-0 226
10. Florida 5-0 222
11. Oklahoma 3-1 152
12. Notre Dame 3-1-1 126
13. Georgia 4-1 102
14. Auburn 4-1 67
15. Purdue 4-1 47
16. Wyoming 5-0 46
17. Mississippi 3-2 31
18. Kansas State 4-1 29
19. Stanford 3-2 23
20. Air Force 3-2 4
Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
beticaly: Alabama, Michigan State,
Toledo.

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