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Thursday, November 20, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Bucks
By BILL ALTERMAN
What do you do for an encore
if your team goes undefeated, re-
ceives the no. 1 ranking in the
final ratings of both UPI and AP
and flnishus off by winning the
Rose Bowl.
Not much.
Shed no tears for Woody Hayes.
though.
Known for his superstitions and
temper tantrums, the 'fat man'
lives for one thing alone, victory.
and with 22 consecutive victories
to his credit, life is indeed look-
ing fine in Columbus, Ohio.
Rated no. 1 at the beginning of
the year by almost everybody,
(Playboy had them 7th) O h i a
State has more than matched
their performance of a year ago,
and well they should as only three
of last years starters were not on
hand for the start of the '69 sea-
Vanguarding the Buckeye of-
fense is quarterback Rex K e r n.
Unlike Mike Phipps of Purdue or:
Chuck Hixson of SMU, Kern does
not impress with his statistics.
Rather he is the prototype of, a
college signal caller, "a scramb-

shoot
daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR.
LEE KIRK
ler, fiery (quarterback) who can
both run and pass" as one Mich-
igan scout put it. "Smart and aw-
fully tricky" is the way Phipps
described him after losing 42-14 to
the Buckeyes last week.
Nevertheless, Kern hasn't been:
left completely out of the record1
books. Although he has m i s s e d
several games because of injury,
and untold third and f o u r t hC
quarters letting the second and
string strings mop01 up, Kern has
in the space of a year and a half
already broken Howard "Hopa-
long" Cassady's OSU total offense
record. Little wonder then t h a t
though he is only a junior, "King1
Kern" has an outside chance of

for repeat
running of with the Heismans
Trophy.
If Kern is ever feeling below par,
Woody wastes no time in pulling
him though. With his star quar-
terback out of the Wisconsin
game, Hayes called upon super-
subs Ron Maciejowski and Kevin
Rusnak. They responded by hit-
ting on two touchdown p a s s e sy
apiece and throwing for a total
of 235 yards.
Woody still is a staunch advo-
cate of the "three yards and aA
cloud of dust" philosophy. In nine
games, the Bucks have averaged
319.5 rushing yards, with senior
fullback Jim Otis being their chief
ballcarr'ier. '
Otis has amassed 883 yards so
far this year, and is well remem-
bered around Michigan for the /
four touchdowns he scored against.
the Wolverines in last years game
ending Michigan's Rose Bowl
hopes. Backing up Otis Is J o h n
Brockington, who in the s e a s o n
opener against Texas Christian
scored three times.
Last week halfback Leo Hay-
den finally got out of Otis's sha-
dow and showed Purdue what he
is capable of doing, as he ran for
130 on 14 carries, a phenomenal
9.2 yards a carry average.s
Also back from last year is
wingback Larry Zelina. Currently
Zelina is the teams 5th leading
rusher and third leading receiver.
When OSU does pass however,
most of the time tight end Jan
White or split end Bruce Jankow-
ski is the intended receiver. Both stopping Phipps. Led by senior
are returnees from last year. Provost (the others are jun
With All-Americans Dave Fol- they have picked off 14 e
ey and Rufus Mayes missing, this passes this year.
years offensive line was supposedd
to be Woody's weakest point. How- The defensive front line has
ever Dave Cheney and Chuck even more impressive, havin
Hutchison had plenty of exper- lowed less than 100 yards
ience before this year and filled ing per game. Anchored by m
the tackle gap nicely. guard Jim Stillwagon, they
Doubtless Hayes is pleased by been instrumental in forcin
the 46.5 points the Buckeyes have opposition to fumble 35 times
been averaging this year. Even so, year.
their defense has been the thing Though full of stars, Ohio
which has drawn a major part of is even more impressive as a t
the opposition's admiration. In eight games this year, O
After Saturday's game, Purdue State has averaged 46.5 poi
coach Jack Mollenkopf said OSU game while allowing an avera
has the best defense he has ever only 7.8. In the first quartero
seen "except maybe the Minnesota they have scored 102 points
Vikings." given up a mere 7. Their sma
The Associated Press seemed in margin of victory was 27 pc
part to agree as they voted the They have one weakness th(
entire Buckeye defensive se- They aren't so good at ki(
condary "Backs of the Week" for extra points.
their sterling performance in Ain't that a crying shame!

performan ce

Gridde Pickings

To celebrate the final week of gridde picks for the season The
Daily is presenting you with a rare opportunity to pick the winning
margin over a 'Fat Boy' coached Ohio State team. To be eligible to
walk off with the last mouthwatering Cottage Inn pizza of the year,
all you have to do is pick the winners of the 20 contests listed below.
To make things extra easy this last week we have given you the
opportunity to pick two Michigan victories, over Ohio's ruggers as well
as over 'Fat Boy's' herd. So get those picks in by midnight this Friday
and then troop down to the Stadium to see 'Fat Boy' flattened.

We regret that we cannot aid
opposing coach's picks. However,
to get any picks from 'Fat Boy'.
1. Ohio State at MICHIGAN
2. Purdue at Indiana
3. Iowa at Illinois
4. MSU at Northwestern
5. Wisconsin at Minnesota
6. Air Force at Notre Dame
7. Colorado State at Arizona
State
8. UCLA at USC
9. Utah at Brigham Young
10. Columbia at Brown

your pickings with the traditional
no Daily staff member was able

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

California at Stanford
SMU at Baylor
Colorado at Kansas State
Dartmouth at Princeton
North Carolina State at
Florida State
Harvard at Yale
Oklahoma State at Iowa
Virginia at Maryland
Nebraska at Oklahoma
Ohio State Rugby at
MICHIGAN RUGBY

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Professional Standings

New York
Montreal
Boston
Detroit
Chicago
Toronto

N H L
East Division
W LT
11 43
9 3
9 4
8 5
7 62
5 8 3
AVest Division

T Pt. GF GA
3 25 60 47
6 24 69 4°3
3 21 62 48
3 19 47 43
2 16 38 31
3 13 43 54

New York
Baltimore
;Milwaukee
Philadelphi
Cinc'innati
Detroit
Boston
Atlanta
Los Angele
Chicago
IPhoenix
San Franc
San Diego
Seat"le

Eastern Division
w L
18 1
12 6
108 8
a 6 10
6 11
6 10
5 11
Western Division
12 5
sg 9 7
9 9
7 10
isco 7 9
5 10
5 10

-Daily-Eric Pergeai

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St. Louis 7 6 4
Minnesota 6 6 '2
Pittsburgh 4 9 3
Oakland 4 9 2
Loiladelphia 2 5 6
Los Angeles 3 10 1
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 5, Montreal 5, tie
Los Angeles 4, Toronto 4, tie
New York 1, Chicago 1, tie
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 0
Today's games
Los Angeles at Philadelphia
Minnesota at St. Louis

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Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 116, Cincinnati 103
Boston 122, Chicago 106
Baltimore 133, Phoenix 118
Today's Games
No games scheduled.

By BILL DINNER
State f
team. Once again Ann Arbor will
h i o bathe in the national spotlight as
nts a the local police have turned their
ge of epithet into reality by sponsoring
alone the First Annual Pig Bowl tackle
and football game between the Wash-
allest tenaw County Sheriff's depart-
oints. ment and the Ann Arbor Police
~ Dec. 5, at Briggs field.

Because of no common op-
ponents, no films of the opposition
swill be available for the post-sea-
son bowl, but this does not seem
to bother the A-square goats who
all agree - "It doesn't make any
difference what they're doing since,
we're sure to win."
In preparation for the game the
Ann Arbor police have moved out-

-Daily-Eric Pergeaux
Buck defenders moC ein for the kill

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Wolverires out for vengeance

Sheriff Douglas J. Harvey, head jdoors for'1actice. Spectatois are
of the Harvey's Horrors, noted i welcome, every Monday, Wednes-
that he will bring a pig along as day and Friday at 3:30 at Slaugh-
team mascot, since, as Harvey son field (ninth and Washington).
commented, "I'm the chief pig of However, it has been advised that
this league." 1 no smoking will be permitted in
Not to be outdone Ann Arbor the area.
Police Chief Walter Krasney will The University of Michigan has
tag along a goat. agreed to loan the Ann Arbor
Lt. Thomas Minick, who won goats equipment, while Harvey's
honorable mention for the Michi- Horrors will be furnished courtesy
gan All-State team from St. of EMU.I
Thomas will be chief coordinator Ill proceeds from the game will
for the A-square goats. go to needy children for Christmas
When questioned to whether th(, ,through the Ann Arbor Kiwanis
Ann Arbor police had any idea clu
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than any other in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area.
Unusual 1970 calendars, thousands of paperbacks,
lots of them used, some hardbacks.
10% o/OFF
ON ALL BOOKS
Mon.-Thurs.-9-9
Friday-9-6
Saturday--12-5:30
We think we're interesting-
We hope you will.
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By iRIC SIEGEL
There are sione subtle indica-
tions on Michigan s campus that
maybe, just maybe, mhcre's going
to be a football -me this week-
end.
0 A sign in the, window of one
of the fiats on State Street an-
nounces a giant pep rally for to-
night.
0 Another sign in thie window
of an apartment near the IM
building says, "Go Michigan, Beat
the Bucks."
* And a sign in the Michigan
locker room reads, "Ohio State 50,
Michigan 14" -a reminder of the
Wolverines' loss to the Buckeyes
last November in Columbus.
But, the main indicat iom that
there's goilig to be a football game
this weekend was on South 1'errv
Field, where the Wolverines hed
a spirited two hour workout. yes-
terday in below freezing tempea
tures.
Practice was held :,) for a lmost
an hour yesterday am an ad hoc
snow clearing MTrew co ici of
the freshnman teanl, the mutar gers-
and Coach Bo Schemnbeehier clear-
ed tile SilOW oft the Iturf.
Schembechler said afterwards
that the bad weather - two days of
rain and then a day of snow and
cold--wa not helping the Wolver-
ines' pr 'rtiolis for their ge
against Olio State Saturday or
the conference championship.
Billboard
The intramural committee will
meet this afternoon at .3:30 in
the Events Bldg. Any girl in-
terested in tilling the vacant
scat on the com"itt"" should
attend.

Don, Ioor''tlu

B~ut the Wolverine mentor said
the team would not move inside,
even if the bad weather con-
tined. "If you're going to play
in if, you have to practice in it,"
Saellenbechler stated.
\ou don't go to California to
practice for a game up ha,"
added Schembechler, "and vice
versa"
Schembechler said the turf on
Ferry Field vas hard to nake cuts
on, but he added that the Stadiunz
turf has been under cover and
should be in good shape for Sat-
'urday's game.
Manwhile, the team statistics
for- tle first tine game show half-
back Billy Taylor as the leading
groum nd gainer with a total of 728
yards in 100 carries for an aver-
age of 7.2. Glenn Doughty, another
sophomore halfback, has carried
the pigskin 44 more times than
Taylor, accumulating 693 yards for
a 4.8 average.
Tight end Jim Mandich, as ex-
pected, is the leading receiver.
having snared 36 basses for 505
yards and four' touchdowns. Last

year, the Wolverine captain fin-
ished with 43 receptions for 5'6
yards and three TD's.
Billy Harris is the team's s c-
ond leading receiver, with 13
catches and 281 yards, while Miket
Hankwitz and Paul Staroba each
have caught 12 passes,
Team scoring honors after the"
first nine games belong to senior
fullback Garvie Craw, who has
scored 11 touchdowns, nine rush-!
ing and two on pass receptions.
Taylor and quarterback Don
Moorhead are second to Craw in
scoring. Each has accounted for
eight touchdowns. Place - kicker
Frank Titas has booted 32 extra
points and is the team's fourth
leading scorer.
Five of Moorhead's touchdowns
have come on passes, while the
other three are the result of runs.
In all, Moorhead has netted 1524
yards so far this season-1026 in
the air, and 498 on the ground.,
The junior signal-caller has com-
pleted 79 of 158 passes, with tive
interceptions.
On defense, the team's leading
tackler is middle guard Henry Hill,
who has 43 solo tackles and has
assisted his teammates in drop-
ping opposing runners 18 times.
In addition, Hill has tackled en-
emy ball carriers for a loss seven
times this year.
Safety Tom Curtis leads the
team in interceptions with six,
followed by Wolfman Tom Dar-
MASS PROTEST
DIAG
Today 4-5 P.M.
STUDENT STRUGGLE
FOR SOVIET JEWRY

den, with four, and linebacker
Marty Huff, who has snagged
three enemy aerials.
Past statistics, however, are un-f
important to the Wolverines as'
they prepare for a chance to gain
a share of the conference title this
Saturday.
Incidentally, Iowa Coach Ray
Nagel, whose Hawkeyes were lam-
basted by the Wolverines last Sat-
urday in Iowa City, praised the
Wolverines.
"They're the best team we've
faced in two years," Nagel said.
"They really have a lot of mo-

01 using any extra equipment,
Lt. Minick said that, "We have
no plans to use any mace, but I
don't know about Sheriff Harvey."
Lt. Minick noted that, "thc
front line will average over 220
pounds, and the backfield near
205. Lt. Minick added that, "Most
of the players have played in high
school or in the military.,
The A-square goats have not yet
formalized their offense, but it
appears that a combination of the
split T and the double wing back
along with the spice of the I will
be employed.

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mentum going. If they play in the
Rose Bowl, they will represent the
Big Ten very well."

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Friday. He will be rescheduled for the
Winter Term
Tickets refunded at UAC offices
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Is Il Legitimate to Strike
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YES,
and here's
why...
Ann Arbor housing is controlled by land-
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Every striker makes the union stronger.

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AiRRANGEMENTS
If U-M receives the invitation to
play in the 1970 Rose Bowl, the
University, in cooperation with

TEACIING ELIOW
SIGN IHI PETITION TO HAVE A
TEACHING FELLOW UNION
Pursuant to Act 336 of the Public Acts of 1947 as amended by Act 379 of
the Public Act of 1967, I printi) authorize
and designate The Universiiy of Michigan Teaching Fellow Union to be my

SGC,

will again sponsor Rose

'Bowl travel arrangements for
students faculty, and staff. Tenta-
tive planning is underway.

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