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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

r Tuesdoy, November 18, 1969

. BOWL PREVIEWS:

Notre 1
SOUTH BEND, Ind. ()-Notre1
Dame Coach Ara Parseghian said
yesterday he was "tickled to 1
death" to go to the Cotton Bowli
and was elated that the university;
now has set a precedent for bowl
bids in the future.
Notre Dame reversed its policy i
against post-season football andc
accepted the Cotton Bowl invita-
tion to meet either Texas, cur-
rently rated No. 2, or Arkansas, No.
4, in the New Year's Day classic
in Dallas.
Texas plays at Arkansas Dec. 6,
the winner getting the Cottoni
Bowl spot as Southwest Confer-'
ence champion.
Field Scovell, chairman of theI
Cotton Bowl selection committee
who made the formal invitation in
person before going with Par-
seghian to attend the Chicago To-
day Quarterback Club luncheon in
Chicago, said Notre Dame's pro-
ceeds from the game should come
close to $350,000.
He said the split last year, when
Tennessee played Texas, was a
record $342,000 per team.
Notre Dame can keep its entire
share since it is an independent
and thus has no split of the re-
ceipts with a conference.
The last bowl trip for Notre
Dame was in 1925 when Knute
Rockne and the fabled Four
Horsemen defeated Stanford and
Ernie Nevers in the Rose Bowl
27-10.
Rockne and his team consumed
nearly a month in a leisurely train,
trip to and from Pasadena, and
the absence of students from
classes irritated the university's'
heirarchy. The ban was clamped
on then and lasted until now.
_jiCiting reasons for changing the

)ame a
policy, the Rev. Edmund P. Joyce,
executive vice president of Notre
Dame and chairman of the Fac-
ulty Board in Control of Athletics,
said:
"The crucial consideration was
the urgent need of the university
for funds to finance minority stu-
dent academic programs and
scholarships, and Notre Dame's
share of the proceeds will be dedi-
cated to his pressing need."
"I've waited 20 years to go to
a bowl game so this is quite a
day for me," Parseghian said in
Chicago. "I think a precedent now
has been set and if we have good
ranking and receive bids we can
go to a bowl game every year.
* * *
Orange . bowl
MIAMI (AP) - Unbeaten P e n n
State, which throws the football
only in emergencies, will f a c e
Missouri and record-smashing
passer Terry McMillan in t h e
Orange Bowl game the night of
Jan. 1, it was officially announc-
ed yesterday.
Penn State is the defending
Orange Bowl champion. Coach
Joe Paterno's Nittany Lions slip-
ped past Kansas 15-14 last New
Year's. night and have now gone
27 games without a loss. T h e
powerful independent is 8-0 with
games remaining against Pitts-
burgh and North Carolina State.
Missouri, 8-1 with suddenly-
weak Kansas on tap Saturday, haE

cepts C
one of the great success stories in
the 187-pound McMillan.
A third-string quarterback while
at Coral Gables High School in
the suburbs of Miami, McMillan
has cracked most of the passing
records of Paul Christman since
rising to fame with the Tigers of
1 coach Dan Devine.
While McMillan loves the air
game, Penn State's quarterback,
Chuck Burkhart, leaves most of
the work to a set of brilliant run-
ners. The senior f r o m McKees
Rocks, Pa., has not thrown a
touchdown pass and has hit 38 in
just 80 attempts for 525 yards.
* * *

otton Bowl bid
Carolina accepted an invitation practice and won shouted approv-
yesterday to play in the second al for acceptance. The team has
annual Peach Bowl game. a 6-3 record with one game to
Coach Paul Dietzel told his At- j play.
lantic Coach Conference cham- The Gamecocks play Clemson
pion squad of the invitation at i Saturday at Columbia.

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Sugar bowl
NEW ORLEANS (P) - Missis-
sippi received a Sugar Bowl in-
vitation and the Rebel's likely New
Year's Day opponent will be the
loser of the Dec. 6 nationally
televised Arkansas-Texas clash.
Mississippi, with Heisman Tro-
phy candidate Archie Manning at
the controls, defeated third-rank-
ed Tennessee 38-0 Saturday in
what has to rank as one of the ma-
jor upsets in college football this
fall. It was the Rebel's third vic-
tory over a favored and previous-
ly unbeaten team. Earlier O 1 e
Miss had upset Georgia a n d
turned the tables on LSU.
* * *
Peach bowl
COLUMBIA, S.C. WA) -- South

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-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
MISSOURI'S JOE M O O R E
breaks through a horde of
Michigan tacklers on his way
to a touchdown in their 40-17
victory over Michigan. Missouri
is scheduled to play unbeaten
Penn State in the Orange Bowl
on New Year's Day.

The events of the past weekend have rather shattered my il-
lusions about this country. I refer of course to the dastardly ruination
of the entire police movement by the Weathermen and Yippies (Jew-
ish hippies) after their henious disruption of your beautiful Nations
Capitol.
To make myself perfectly clear, let me say that as a foreigner Ury
your land I was not expecting to see that you were perfect. Indeed
if you will cast your minds back to the 1776 world series for a moment
you will see that a small disruptive minority of effete intellectual
snobs can take over an entire country.
I must say that even with my immature knowledge of foot-
ball I was impressed by the blocking and running of the Metropolitan
Police. Their staunch attack in the first quarter was so good that one
was almost ready to believe that 'Fat Boy' Hayes was masterminding
the entire operation.
The Weathermen temporarily overcome by what seemed to be
an American version of London Fog, fell back in some dissarray and
kicked a safety.
They soon recovered however and a group of them made a
really fantastic 678 yard run down Connecticut avenue from Du-
pont, which threw the Police offense temporarily off guard. There
was a quick recovery by the police and for a time it seemed as if
they would be playing the third string National Guardsmen.
A call of illegal substitution prevented them from making this
move as the N. G. had not yet been made special constables. This
quick action by the referees (New Mobe Legal Aides), prevented the
police from taking advantage of their positions during the remains of
the third quarter.
The final moments of the game were confused, and those of us
in the press box were attacked by the police, preventing any ob-
jective reporting of what followed. Anyway, there are two sets of
GRIDDE PICKS this week:
RYM II vs. United Airlines counter hijacking security. (pick
score)
RYM I (including the Weathermen) vs. The silent majority
Tenants Union vs. Summit
Bobby Seale vs. Julie Hoffman
Jerry Rubin vs. The World
Daily Libels vs. Harveys Horrors (The Michigan Daley)
Entries for both sets must be in by midnight Friday, a delicious
hot spray can of CS gas to the winner of the first, and a scrumptous
Cottage Inn pizza for the following. By the way last week's winner
was Eric Duncan of 522 South Division, who can come and pick up

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Davidson 7-2 vs. Toledo 9-0.
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5-3-1 vs. Nebraska 7-C.
PEACH BOWL, Atlanta - S o u t h
Carolina, 6-3, opponent to be selected.
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10: Columbia at BROWN
11. California at STANFORD

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COLORADO at Kansas State
DARTMOUTH at Princeton
North Carolina State at
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