THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, November 9, 1969
By JOEL GREER "supposed" mark, tapped the ball
Special To The Daily inches forward, retrieved it and
S CHAMPAINGN, Ill - Michigan scampered the remaining ten yards!
Blue led 8-3 in the final seconds of for the try. The conversion was
play when Michigan's Cleland good and Illinois deadlocked the
Child attempted to kick a loose! Michigan Blues 8-8.
Chilattemted to kick a loe Immediately following the game
ball through a maze of players Seebar was asked why he didn't
at his own ten yard line. rule against the disputed try.
The ball got tangled in this "It was strictly a judgment call.
mass of humanity and Child's The few inches either way would-E
momentum carried him offside. n't have made any difference.
Before the referee Keith Seabar Anyway, Michigan was slow get-
"made the mark" for the Illinois ting back on the play and I could
free kick, the Illini's Harry Mar- have called them on delay of1
cellus placed the ball near the game."
Is I legitimate to Strike
The scoring started when sure-
footed Child put Michigan into a
3-0 lead in the first half, conver-
ting a 25-yard penalty kick. The
Illini's Marcellus tied the score
just before halftime with a 20-
yard boot also on the benefit of
a penalty kick.
The edge in play belonged to
Michigan in the first half but the
Blues could not take advantage
of the several glittering opportuni-
In the second half Chris Jermyn
scored a try for Michigan after
Child made a fine run to set it up.
Child also converted giving Michi-
gan an 8-3 lead which the Blues
held until the closing moments.
Basically, the game was a close
struggle where overall Illinois was
better in the loose and Michigan
had the advantage in the back-j
and here s
New National Champions
Climaxing their undefeated season the Daily Libels were named national champions in a poll of
the NCAA varsity touch-football coaches yesterday by a unanimous vote. Immediately after the
results were made public the Libel's received a challenge from osu's Woody Hayes to meet in a
post season spectacular. Due to Big Ten regulations, however, the Libels were forced to decline.
OUT FOR SEASON:
Michigan 57, Illinois 0
Purdue 41, Michigan State 13
Minnesota 28, Northwestern 21
Iowa 28, Indiana 17
Ohio State 62, Wisconsin 7
Vanderbilt 42, Kentucky 6
Texas A&M 20, SMU 10
Syracuse 23, Arizona 0
Princeton 51, Harvard 20
Missouri 44, Oklahoma 10
jAlabama 15, LSU 20
Georgia 13, Florida 13
'I'CU 35, Texas Tech 26
Wake Forest 23, Virginia 21
Air Force 38, Utah State 13
Oklahoma State 28, Kansas State 19
Army 17, Oregon 17
Miami of Ohio 34, Maryland 21
Colorado 17, Kansas 14
Libels 29, sco 6
Dartmouth 37, Columbia 7
Cornell 14, Brown 7
Yale 21, Pennsylvania 3
Colgate 28, Bucknell 7
Notre Dame 49, Pittsburgh 7
Toledo 35, Northern Illinois 21
Bowling Green 23, Ohio U. 16
Nebraska 17, Iowa State 3
Marshall 31, Kent State 20
St. Olaf 82, Beloit 7
Grinnell 14, Lawrence 13
Hiram Scott 91, Metro States 0
No. Dak. St. 20, So. Dak. St. 13
Sioux Falls 11, Midland 7
South Dakota 28, Augustana, S.D., 22
Slack Hills 32, Dakota Wesleyan 14
Auburn 52, Mississippi State 13
Tennessee 29, South Carolina 14
Tilane 14, Georgia Tech 7
Duke 34, Clemson 27
North Carolina 61, VII 11
Florida State 10, Virginia Tech 10, tie
17, Tulsa 14 field.
Cal 28, Washington State Commenting on the deadlock,
ate 35, California o0 t referee Seabar stated that both
Wyoming 10 teams had a lot of fun and there
27, Pacific, Ore., 7 weren't any serious injuries. Sea-
eific 52, Cal Tech 14 bar also noted, "We make some al-
State 28, Humboldt State 13 lwne nterlsadw e
Barbara 28, Los Angeles lowances onthleanwel
a few technicalities go to move
-.the game at a rapid pace." h
The second game saw the Mich-
igan Golds open up a 13-0 half-
L Standings...time lead while they coasted to a
24-0 decision over the Illinois B'
Sastern ivisioPt GF GA team. Michigan Gold wing for-
8 4 2 18 45 37 ward Pete Swift observed the sec-
8 3 1 17 37 29 1 ond game as a total team effort.
6 2 5 17 50 32 "We had a1continuous barrage of
6 3 3 15 39 34 pesradkp h ali l
4 5 2 10 35 36 prsuejn et h ali I
4 6 1 9 24 28 linois territory nearly all of the
western Division second half."
5 4 4 14 47 35
5 6 1 11 353
4 6 1 9 229
2 7 3 7 283I
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better than average now, but the only guar-
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Every striker makes the union stronger.
People strike in order to change the whole
market, not in retaliation for a personal
is one who recog-
N~'t Y'v ork
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stilt placed in traction
r...... LOS ANGELES UP) - Towering will pull these guys together."
Wilt Chamberlain of the L o s Mullaney said Chamberlain's
95 Angeles Lakers underwent sur- doctors, including orthopedic
gery yesterday for a knee injury specialist Dr. Robert Kerlan, told
Pt. GB that probably will sideline him him the 7-foot-1 center would be
Sfor the remnainder of the National in a cast of six to eight weeks, fol-
.538 5 Basketball Association season. lowed by an indefinite recovery
.455 5 Bperiod, which could mean the re-
.400 7 But as orthopedic surgeons went mainder of the season.
.385 7ti to work on a ruptured tendon in-
.300 8 Chamberlain's right knee cap, -
Laker Coach Joe Mullaney mull-
7 ed over two possible replacements G U ILD
.600 2 and warned against counting out
.545 zy the defending Western Division 802M
.400 4 champions.
Detroit 3, Boston 2
M'lontreal 6, Toronto 3
Chicago 4, Pittsburgh 1
New York 4, Los Angeles 1
linnesota 5, St. Louis 2
Toronto at Chicago
Oakland at Philadelphia
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Cin cinnati 130, Baltimore 121
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1tlanta 106, San Francisco 93
< ieago 103, Boston 82
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"I don't think this team feels
they should be counted out," Mul-
laney said, adding that even with
a healthy Chamberlain it is too
early to predict the division out-
"The nature of these injuries is
such that players realize the loss
and rally," he said. "I think it
MONDAY, NOV. 10
NOON LUNCHEON 25c
PROF. RICHARD STUART, School of Social Work:
"THE ETHICS OF BEHAVIOR CONTROL"
TUESDAY, NOV. 11
PROF. ERIC STEIN, Law School:
"Common Market and Reduction of International Conflict"
SUNDAY, NOV. 9, 7 P.M.
Meeting of Student Religious Liberals
DISCUSSION: "How Do Peace Loving People Deal with Hostility?"
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