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Pagje Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'Wednesday, ,lavember S, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 5, 1969

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March on Washington r
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COLUMBUS (/P) - Ohio State's' from 10th to eighth on the basis
continuing dominance of the of a 47-0 route of Navy.
weekly Associated Press m a j o r Missouri's 41-38 triumph o v e r
college football poll hasn't chang- Kansas State moved the Tigers
ed Woody Hayes any. He's still five spots to ninth and Purdue
the tough leader of the Buckeyes. 13th last week, completed the top
"I've got to stay mean," Hayes ten. Purdue bounced Illinois 49-
vowed as the top-ratd Buckeyes 22.
prepared for invading Wisconsin, Auburn made the biggest gain,
a Big Ten foe that hasn't beaten going from 17th to 11th after
Ohio State in Columbus since shocking Florida 38-12. Florida,
1918. I after its first loss, fell the farth-!
Ohio State, riding a 20-game est, from seventh to 13th.
winning streak, received 30 of 38 Michigan continued its upward
first-place votes from a nation- climb in the ratings this week
wide committee of sportswriters jumping from 20th position to
and broadcasters. Its 742 points 18th. This is Michigan's third
was 60 more than No. 2 Texas. climb up the Associated Press
"Any team would make t h e i r rating ladder. Michigan was as
season beating us," Hayes claim- high as ninth before the Missouri
ed as he sighted on the Badgers loss and 13th prior to the Michi-
as a 16th straight Big Ton victim, gan State disaster.
one short of the league record
held by Ohio State. j T
The Buckeyes' leaky pass de- ariZona Ii u
fense that permitted 294 yards in
a 35-6 victory over Northwestern
last week worried Hayes so much B '' f, .
that the old left-hander was pit-Bhami You
ching them himself against Ohio

orries
Mississippi, Nebraska and Ok-
lahoma ver new names to the
top 20 while Wyoming and Col-
orado dropped off the list after
losing games.

1. Ohio State (30)
2. Texas (5)
3. Tennessee (2)
41. Arkansas
5. Penn State (1)
6. Southern California
7. UCLA
8. Notre Dance
9. Missouri
1G. Purdue
11. Auburn
12. Louiisana State
13. Florida
14, Stanford
15. Kansas State
16. Georgia
17. Mississippi
18. Miichigan
19. Air Force
20. Nebraska
Oklahoma

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Colloquium

Sociology

George C. Homans
Dept. of Social Relations
at Harvard University
rr . .r,
"The Definiions of Power"
TH U RSDAY, NOV. 6

State defenders in practice t h i s
week.j
Tennessee, Arkansas and P e n nl
State, unbeaten and untied 1 i k e I
Ohio State and Texas, maintained
the next three spots. Once-tied
Southern California kept sixth
place.
UCLA moved two spots to sev-
enth after whipping Washington'
57-14, and Notre aDme jumped

-Associated Press

Buckeye Larry Zelina fights on

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TINY MIKE STARS:
Adamle powers Northwestern

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By PETE KENT
Picture, if you will, one of the
top running backs in the Big Ten.
For starters, he should be strong
and powerful, big and fast. He
might be on one of the better
teams in the league, and should
receive fine blocking from its of-
fensive line.
Now picture Mike Adamle, all
5-9 and 190 pounds of him. He is
the man who is making believers
out of those who thought the lit-
tle man couldn't m a k e it. He
doesn't have that all-powerful
front line or the size, but his tal-
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ent more than makes up for his'
deficiencies.
"It's actually a great advantage
being small. I'm built low a n d
close to the ground. It makes it
easier to run lateral patterns and
to break tackles." So boasted Ad-
amle, the rushing leader for
Northwestern's Wildcats.
The junior from Kent, Ohio, led
they nation in kickoff returns last
year with 34 and rushed for 94

yards rushing broke t h e school
record of 218 set by Chuck Hren
against Navy in 1951. His 40 car-
ries broke the mark of 35 set by
Bob McKelvey in 1965 in games
against Michigan and Iowa,
The halfback's yardage exceed-
ed both the team total for the
first four games (245) and his own
13-game career total (202) going
into the Wisconsin game.

DENVER IP) - The chairman Brigham Young University is
of the Black Students Union at operated by the Church of Jesus
the University of Arizona called Christ of Latter-Day Saints Mor-
upon Western Athletic Conference mon.
officials yesterday to expel Brig- Dean and another official of the
ham Young University. BSU at Arizona, Jahn Heard, ap-
The Arizona student, Gale pgeared before the WAC Confer-
Dean, said this action should be ence Council, made up of faculty
taken because of what he called representatives a n d directors of
"the racist doctrine of the Mor- athletics.
mon church." j Prior to the conference meeting
_~- which opened Monday, commis-
sioner Wiles Hallock said he did
not look for any "extreme action"
to be taken.
" 11A n y major recommendations
faC K made at the meetings here would
have to be reviewed by presidents
of the eight universities in the
conference.
Dean told the conference coun-
cil that the Mormon Church holds
r ''"that blacks are inherently in-
& ferior" and its policies call for
"acceptance of a white suprema-
cists doctrine on a national basis.
Heard said the conference
should recognize "an athlete's
right of conscience in regard to
playing against any given school."
Barbara Brown, an official of
the Black Students Council at
the University of New Mexico,
another WAC -member, said she
sought to meet with the Confer-
ence Council also but was turned
down.
Hallock said Monday he feels
the conference will take no sides
in regard to a current controversy
at the University of Wyoming.
Fourteen Negro members of the
Mike damle Wyoming football team were sus-
pended after they wore black arm
win its last three games to gain bands to Coach Lloyd Eaton's of-
a tie for second place and thus fice to protest what they termed
become the Midwest representa- were the racist policies of Brig-
t hive n ,Pasadena npNew Yar' ham Young University.

In the season opener, N o t r e
yards. Known primarily for his in- Dame "blitzed" the life out of the
side running, he was the top Wildcats enroute to a 35-10 vic-
ground gainer on the freshman tory. But one bright note came
team two years ago. from the game. Mike Adamle
In reference to his offense, Ad- gained consistently against t h e
amle added, "The line is steadily massive Notre Dame defensive
improving. Man for man we have line, rushing for 54 yards in 10
the potential. But we are notI carries.
thick in depth, and there some-r
times exists a lack of competition At this point Adamle had ap-
and a tendency to be lazy." parently worked his way into the
And so t h e Wildcats were starting line-up. But a shoulder
brought to a rude awakening Swo injury the fallowing week against
weeks ago as they registered their;Southern Cal forced him to miss
first Big Ten loss at the hands of the third and final non-conference
Purdue, 35-20.,
Northwestern was the surprise After successive losses to Purdue:
team of the Big Ten early in the and Ohio State, everyone had all
season, beating Illinois and Wis- but discounted Northwestern's as
consin in their first two confer- a threat for the Rose Bowl bid. But
ence games. It was the Wisconsin a glance at the schedule and the
game which thrust Adamle into records indicate and the Wildcats'
the national spotlight, assuring dream is not that far-fetched. '
him of the starting position he Unless Michigan, Purdue, or In-;
had been fighting for all season, :;diana wins the rest of its games,
Adamle came up with the great- the recipient of the Rose Bowl bid
est ground-gaining performance will have two losses. Northwestern,
in Northwestern's history. His 316 sporting a 2-2 record, must only,

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This week Northwestern travels
to Minnesota, and then closes the
season with home games against
Indiana and Michigan State.
"We're capable of beating all three
teams," Adamle stated. "Minne-j
sota is a big team, but does not
have a lot of speed. And then we
play our last two games in Evan-
ston, which is a great advantage.
Perhaps football fans should be
a bit weary of Mike Adamle and
the Northwestern Wildcats. Inj
fact, doubters might even get a
chance to watch the team in ac-
tion, from Pasadena, on New
Year's Day.
CORRECTION
The DAILY incorrectly stated
in the University Activities
center Controversy '69 ad
that appeared on Tuesday,
November 4th, that Senator
Barry Goldwater would in-
troduce William F. Buckley,
Jr. We regret to say that Sen.
Goldwater will not appear.

Black members of the Texas
of El Paso track team, led by
Olympic long jump champion Bob
Beamon, also staged a boycott last
year, protesting a track meet
against Brigham Young.
a Billboard
Season basketball tickets for
staff and faculty will go on
sale today at the Athletic ad-
ministration building, the cost
for the season is $12.00 dollars.
Student tickets will be avail-
able soon.
Anyone interested in being
manager of the gymnastics team
please see Newt Loken in the
Gymnastic Room of the Intra-
mural Building.
Join
T'he .Daily
Sports Staff

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