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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 11, 1969

Page Six THE MICHIGAN11 DAILY Tuesday, November 11, 11 '19-9

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LMIUNG®SPEEOY ERVICE
West of Arborland

Prospective bowl bids narrow
as season approaches climax

WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER:

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By DALE ARBOUR

110 yards in 23 carries to Owens for the conference title and a bowl

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After the action of this past 105 yards in 27 carries. berth.
eekend, the Big Eight confer-
nce race has been narrowed down ALTHOUGH OWENS was held IN
o two teams, Missouri and Ne- to a lone touchdown, he did man- mouth
raska. age to tie the national career rec- tied fo
Missouri knocked Oklahoma out ord of 51 touchdowns set by Ar- with a
f contention by exploding for 44 my's Glenn Davis in 1944-1946. mouth
oints in the final three quarters, Also in the Big Eight, Oklahoma first i
fter giving t h e Sooners a 10- State played the role of spoiler as time w
oint lead in the f i r s t quarter. they upset Kansas State, 28-19, Mea
parkling performances by quar- and knocked the Wildcats from a proble
erback Terry McMillan and tail- share of the conference lead. Ne- 20. H
ack Joe Moore were the key to braska got by Iowa State 17-3 to will be
he Tigers' success. remain tied with Missouri for the Prince
McMillan passed for 312 yards Big Eight lead.
nd three touchdownswhileMoore In the Southeastern Conference, season
ut-duelled 'Oklahoma's S t e v e Tennessee remains in first place Soul
wens on the ground. Moore had after a non-conference victory ov- step c
er South Carolina, 29-14. Louis- Confe
iana State picked up a half-game Rose B
on the Vols as they beat Alabama, ton Si
20-15. This was Alabama's third remain
loss of the season, and is the first jans it
time since 1958 that an Alabama UCLA.
team has lost three games. Southe
Florida and Georgia struggled and th
to a 13-13 tie which left b o t h decide
teams virtually out of the running USC m

THE IVY LEAGUE, Dart-
and Princeton remained
or the conference lead, each
an impressive victory. Dart-
, whose defense is ranked
n the nation, had an easy
with winless Columbia, 37-7.
nwhile, Princeton h a d no
%m in routing Harvard, 51-
owever, the Ivy League title:
e decided in two weeks when
ton faces Dartmouth in the
finale.
thern California moved one
closer to the Pacific Eight
rence title and a bid to the
Bowl by defeating Washing-
tate, 28-7. One barrier does
n which might stop the Tro-
n their bid for the roses -
. The Uclans are tied with
ern Cal in the conference
he Rose Bowl winner will be
d on November 22. w h e n
meets UCLA at Los Angeles.

'Jouster
i By JIM KEVRA
A couple of years ago, there was
a man named John Pont who was
the king of a university called In-
diana. His Knights, although most
of them were only in the first year
of their three year apprenticeship,
proved to be so skilled in the arts
of knighthood that they defeated
many other squads of knights that
year.
In fact, they were so able that
they were chosen to travel west to
joust with the best of the knights
from the Pacific Coast in the 'War
for the Roses.,
This year, a large number of
the nation's wisest men felt that
King Pont could lead his troops
to many victories again. Being in
the last year of their apprentice-
ship, most of his men had al-
ready been tested in battle. Be-
sides, the Hoosiers had the ad-
vantage of not having to face the
strong 'Buckeye Barbarians.' King
Pont and his men seemed destin-
ed to again represent the Big Ten;
(squads of knights)' in the Rose
Bowl.

s' grind
Harry Gonso of Indiana was in-
tercepted twice late in the game
as he attempted to rally his team-
mates. The big gun in the Hoosier
attack was halfback John Isen-
barger who ran for 140 yards and
one touchdown.
In Columbus, t h e toughest
group of warriors in the entire
country, the Ohio State Buckeyes,
had an easy time in overcoming
the outclassed Badgers of Wiscon-
sin, 62-7. Woody Hayes, who is
the k i n g of the Buckeyes (al-
though he has been called many
other things besides 'king'), de-
cided not to let his ace warrior
Rex Kern partake in the battle.
Kern was injured a week ago,
although his injury was not ser-
ious, Hayes thought it best to save
him for the last two contests of
the season. Instead, a great Pol-
ish knight, Ron Maciejowski, was
called upon to lead the attack.
Maciejowski r'esponded admir-
ably and guided the squad to a
34-0 lead at the half before he
was removed. Jim Otis, the full-

toward

tourney

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of your money that will be placed in their hands.
Save these precious few. Vote NO November 10 and 11
on the bookstore referendum.
If you don't vote NO on the bookstore referendum, never
will so many owe so much to so few... $275,000
of your money to be precise!
Vote NO on the bookstore referendum.

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It was not to be, however, as back of t h e Buckeyes, crashed
last Saturday an unpredictable through the defenders three times
garrison of men from nearby Iowa for one-yard touchdowns to run
handed the Hoosiers their second his season total to thirteen and
loss of their conference season and lead the league.
all but eliminated them from any
post-season contests. Wisconsin's only score came in
The Hawkeyes, 1e d by Larry the waning minutes on a short
Lawrence, outpointed the Big Red, pass from Gary Losse to Mel Red-
28-17. Lawrence accounted for dick.
two of the scores, once by running Trying to use any available
for 40 yards through the helpless means to stop their string of bat-
defenders and also on a 19-yard tle losses, the Michigan Spartans
aerial to flanker back Kerry Rear- used a new attack plan against the
don. Dennis Green added two Boilermakers of Purdue. The old
touchdowns on short runs. leader of the attack, Bill Triplett,
was sent out onto the flank to do
Top Twenty battle. In his place,aerial artist
Steve Piro was asked to lead.

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MICHIGAN STATE'S split end Frank Foreman momentarily
bobbles a Don Werner pass as junior linebacker Jim Teal of Pur-
due tightly snares him. Foreman held on for the first down, but

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1. Ohio State (25) 7-0
2. Texas (4) 7-0
3. Tennessee (2) 7-0
4. Arkansas 7--0
5. Penn State (1) 7-0
6. Southern California 7-0--1
7. UCLA 70-1
8. Missouri 7-1
9. Notre Dame 5-i-i
10. Purdue 7-1
11. Auburn 6-2
12. Louisiana State 7-1
13. Stanford 5-2-1
14. MICHIGAN-6-2
15. Florida 6-1-1
16. Georgia 5-2-1
17. Nebraska 6--2
18. Mississippi 5-3
Houston 6-2
20. Air Force 6-2

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618 neither he nor the rest of the Spartans gained much from the
573 Unfortunately for the green and Boilermaker line.
589 white, Piro was injured in the first
3 quarter and the new quarterback, other TD. Stan Brown added two When the dust had cleared from
294 Dan Werner was unable to direct more touchdowns to his total of t h e battlefields Saturday after-
275 the team. The result was a 41-13 twelve. noon, only three teams remained
225 Spartan loss with both Spartan The only game that meant noth- in the running for the Big Ten
2616
TD's coming in the second half ing towards the Rose Bowl match- title. Ohio State still leads t h e
148 after the outcome of the battle ed Northwestern and Minnesota. conference with a 5-0 mark while
144 was obvious. Both teams were equally weighted the armies of Michigan and Pur-
76 Prince of the Big Ten quarter- as they each have inconsistent of- due rank close behind with 4-1
50 backs, Mike Phipps, mixed up his fenses and porous defenses. Ernie records. B o t h Purdue and our
28 ground and air attacks to hope- Cook's fourth period touchdown Wolverines still have to meet OSU
26 lessly confuse the hapless Spar- provided the margin of victory for in one of their remaining t w o
16 tans. Phipps scored once himself Minnesota, 28-21. games.
15 and passed to Ashley Bell for an- . . . . . . .................r::.;.. ..
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Do we really need our own cigarette?
Why aren't abortions always available?
Are we really naturally passive?
Why don't women make it through
graduate school?
Why are women used as objects in advertising?
BEGIN TO TALK WITH A
GROUP OF WOMEN ABOUT
THESE AND OTHER ISSUES AT:
WOMEN'S LIERAIO

NFL
Western Division
Western Conference

Minnesota
Green Bay
Detroit
Chicago

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.625
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Coastal Division

PF
258
159
158
107
229
185
120
132

PA.
82
135
131
156
129
170
174
191

Los Angeles
Baltimore
Atlanta
San Francisco

8 0 0 1.000
5 3 0 .625
2 6 0 .250
1 6 1 .143

Eastern Conference
Century Division
Cleveland 5 2 1 .714 210 201
St. Louis 3 4 1 .429 182 204
New York 3 5 0 .375 216 188
Pittsburgh 1 7 0 .125 143 223
Capitol Division
Dallas 7 1 0 .875 224 120
Washington 4 2 2 .667 178 171
Philadelphia 3 4 1 .429 166 223
New Orleans 1 7 0 .125 159 228
Sunday's Results
Detroit 27, Atlanta 21
Minnesota 51, Cleveland 3
Baltimore 14, Green Bay 6
Dallas 33, New Orleans 17
St. Louis 42, New York 17
Philadelphia 28, Washington 28
Chicago 38, Pittsburgh 7
Los Angeles 41, San Francisco 30
Sunday's Schedule
St. Louis at Detroit
Baltimore at San Francisco
Chicago at Atlanta
Cleveland at Pittsburgh
Dallas at Washington
Log Angeles at Philadelphia
Minnesota vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee
New Orleans at New York
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Houston
Miami
Buffalo
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n Division
W L T Pct.
7 2 0 .778
4 4 1 .500
2 6 1 .250
2 7 0 .222
1 8 0 .111
rn Division
8 1 0 .889
7 1 1 .875
4 4 1 .500
4 5 0 .444
4 5 0 .444

PF
222
156
164
140
127
242
255
213
133
185

PA
166
174
183
241
203
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165
222
190
205

Kansas City
Oakland
Cincinnati
San Diego
Denver

Sunday's Results
Miami 17, Boston 16
New York 16, Buffalo 6
Cincinnati 31, Houston 31, tie
Oakland 41, Denver 10
Kansas City 27, San Diego 3
Sunday's Games
Boston at Cincinnati
Houston at Denver
Kansas City at New York
Miami at Buffalo
San Diego at Oakland
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