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Friday, November 21, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Friday, November 21, 1969 THE MiCHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

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Flyers crown Kings 3-2, Blues shoot Stars 3-1

Gridde Pickings

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By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia
moved into a tie for third place
in the National Hockey League's
Western Division by gaining a 3-2
victory over Los Angeles on a
third period goal by Jim Johnson
last night.
Johnson's first goal of the sea-
son came at 7:24 of the final per-
iod on a perfect 30-foot shot that
beat Los Angeles goalie Gerry Des-

2-1 leads in the hard-played game shoulder. Lonsberry made it 1-1
but the Kings battled back both at 17:34 of the period when he
times. scored on a power play.
Bill Sutherland scored for the Hillman p~ut Philadelphia back
Flyers inuthe first period and Lar- in front 2-1 at 5:15 of the second
ry Hillman added another Phila- period, when he blasted in a 50-
delphia score in the second period. footer that also came on a power
The Los Angeles goals were play.
scored by Ross Lonnsberry and1
Eddie Shack.
Sutherland opened scoring at Blues bttler

This is your last chance to prove your loyalties, comrades. Any-
one who doesn't participate in this week's gridde pickings is ob-
viously a traitorand a supporter of those enemies of the people
the Buckeyes.
Pick the winning teams of the week and win yourself a Cottage
Inn Pizza with roses on it instead of pepperoni. It's got fewer calories
and, anyway, who wants to be called a fascist buckeye, which, as
everyone knows, is a synomym for an epsilon minus semi-moron?
There won't be any of those fantastic pizzas on any of those
unbelievable charter flights to Pasadena, (although they may offer
it). What the charters really offer are South Quad leftovers. These
are so bad that even the fat boy from Columbus would lose weight on
them. Even the raw meat he feeds his linemen on Saturday mornings
is better, and that has already been rejected by the Detroit Zoo.
Don't let your grandchildren have to admit to their friends that
their forefathers refused to participate in the gridde picks of the
roses - or worse, since there is no such thing as'neutrality; that their
forefathers supported the enemy? Stand up and be counted, you
'effete intellectual snobs.' Be part of the vocal minority!! As Marie
Antoinette once said, "Let them eat pizza."

jar
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....

-dins. 5:45 of the first period when his
Philadelphia had taken 1-0 and shot hopped over Desjardins'
Joel block --I
Wolverines heading West . .
.. .according to Reynolds

ST. LOUIS Two goals by
center Frank St. Marseille led the
St. Louis Blues to a 3-1 National
Hockey League triumph over the
Minnesota North Stars last night.
St. Marseille broke across the
blue line alone late in the second
period to establish a 2-1 St. Louis
lead with a shot over goalie Cesare
Maniago's skate.
With 2:58 gone in the final pe-

III
WELL, IT finally happened.
With the mounting anxiety in Michigan over whether we'll
still get the Rose Bowl bid even after a bombing by the
Fat Man, someone has stepped in to allay our fears.
He is Bob Reynolds, a somewhat respected sports an-
nouncer for WJR radio in Detroit. Reynolds said last night that,
"Michigan has already been selected to be the Big Ten's repre-
sentative in Pasadena for the Rose Bowl."
This statement sounds really impressive but Reynolds fol-
lows it up with a hedge: ".. ..regardless of what happens Satur-
day in Ann Arbor the roses belong to the Wolverines. It would
take a debacle of gigantic proportions Saturday to make any
change at this late date."
Reynolds intimated that the action and vote was taken at
the beginning of this week. He also prophesized that the Big
Ten will probably deny it vehemently.
SO FAR only this last prediction has come true.
Last night, a Daily reporter, Bill Dinner, called several
Big Ten officials including Commissioner Bill Reed and athletic
directors Biggie Munn of MSU, Richard Larkins of OSU, and
Guy Mackey of Purdue.
All politely said Reynolds was in error.
And so the debating will continue.
I talked to University President Robben Fleming a couple
of days ago at one of his famous "teas" and even he had some
opinions on Michigan's likelihood of making the Pasadena scene.
"Yes, I think we're going to the Rose Bowl," he responded
to a query. "Before last week I thought we might not go if
Purdue came close to Ohio State and we were beaten badly.
But now that Purdue has lost by a big score I think there is
nothing to stop us from going."
Fleming (and maybe Reynolds) may know something we
don't know. All I can report now is that Commissioner Reed has
refused to give the official word.
FLEMING HAD some interesting insights on the financial
angles of the Rose Bowl trip. From his point of view, and con-
trary to popular belief, the Bowl is not a monetary gold mine
for the University.
"I don't think the University will make any money on the
Rose Bowl," he said between handshakes during that same
"tea". "In fact, the joke has been that the team that goes to
the Rose Bowl makes the least money off of it.
"This Is because the monies are divided up between the 10
conference teams with the Rose Bowl team getting an extra
share. But this extra share of money is barely able to cover
the school's expenses."j
Fleming pointed out that this year he has been trying to I
cut down the number of free trips traditionally given out to j
high-ranking personel in the past. "With the University's poor j
financial position we can't afford to spend a lot of money on
people who can afford to pay their own way to California. We
havehigher priorities like aid to minority students, on our list."
Fleming's attitude is refreshing. For years University per-
sonnel in elitist positions, such as Regents and executive offi-
cers, have siphoned off University much-needed funds for free-
loads out to California. Fleming will have trouble forcing these
people to cough up their own money like the rest of the Uni-
versity community.
*
YESTERDAY Captain Howard Zeck of the Ann Arbor Police
Department gave a presentation to the local press about the
predicted traffic jam and parking problems at Saturday's game. I
He announced that there will be free parking in the parking
lots of Bendix, Parke Davis, and Conductron plants off of Ply-
mouth Rd. at the north end of the city. Round trip bus trans-
portation to and from the stadium will be provided for one
dollar per person.
Also, all University par'king structures will be open Saturday
for the game to accommodate the overflow cars. Zeck made the
astounding prediction of 109,000 people as the game's record-
breaking attendance. Michigan ticket manager Don Weir would
not go that far, saying that he expects a record crowd of a
more realistic number, 105.000.
aProfessional.Standings
Professional Standings M

daily
sports
NIGHT EDITOR :
IORT NOVECK
riod, he grabbed Barclay Plager's
pass from the right side and again
shot the puck past Maniago.
Except for four minutes in the
opening period, during which the
Blues were twice a player short
because of penalties, St. Louis ap-
plied steady pressure against Man-
iago, who stopped 32 shots.
Right wing Claude Larose beat
goaltender Ernie Wakeley to give
Minnesota a short-lived lead at
5:56 of the second period.

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

12. SMU at Baylor
13. COLORADO at Kansas State
14. DARTMOUTH at Princeton
15. North Carolina State at
FLORIDA STATE
16. Harvard at YALE
17. OKLAHOMA STATE at
)Iowa State

8. UCLA at USC 18. Virginia at MARYLAND
9. UTAH at Brigham Young 19. Nebraska at OKLAHOMA
10. Columbia at BROWN 20. Ohio State Rugby at
11. California at STANFORD MICHIGAN RUGBY
ANDY BARBAS, Executive Sports Editor (122-58, .678) - MICHIGAN,
Purdue, Iowa, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Arizona State, USC,
Utah, Brown, Stanford, Southern Methodist, Colorado, Princeton, Florida State,
Harvard, Oklahoma State, Maryland, Nebraska, MICHIGAN RUGBY.
BILL CUSUMANO, Associate Sports Editor (117-63, .650) - MICHIGAN,
Purdue, Iowa, Northwestern, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Arizona State, UCLA,
Utah, Brown, Stanford, Southern Methodist, Colorado, Dartmouth, Florida State,
Yale, Oklahoma State, Maryland, Oklahoma, MICHIGAN RUGBY.
JIMN FORRESTER, Associate Sports Editor (103-57, .644) - MICHIGAN,
Purdue, Iowa, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Arizona State, USC,
Utah, Brown, Stanford, Southern Methodist, Colorado, Dartmouth, Florida State,
Yale, Iowa State, Maryland, Nebraska, MICHIGAN RUGBY.
ROBIN WRIGHT, Associate Sports Editor (122-58, .678) - MICHIGAN,
Purdue, Iowa, Northwestern, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Arizona State, UCLA,
Utah, Brown, Stanford, Southern Methodist, Colorado, Dartmouth, Florida State,
Yale, Oklahoma State, Maryland, Oklahoma, MICHIGAN RUGBY.
JOEL BLOCK, Sports Editor (108-52, .675) - M ICHIIG AN, Purdue,
Iowa, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Notre Dame, Colorado State, USC, Utah,
Brown, Stanford, Southern Methodist, Kansas State, Dartmouth, Florida State,
Harvard, Oklahoma State, Virginia, Oklahoma, MICHIGAN RUGBY.

--Associated Press
ST. LOUIS GOALIE, Ernie Wakely, is about to fall on the puck and stymie a scoring attempt by
Terry Williams of the Minnesota Northstars. Trying to assist Wakely on the play are Al Arbour (3)
and Barclay Flager (8) of the Blues. The Blues won the contest 3-1 to move six points ahead of the
second place Northstars.

OSU ON OSU
Buckeyes throw down gauntlet

(EDITOR'S NOTE:.The following
story was received from the Ohio
State Lantern's Sports Editor, 'rom
Hleydinger, as part of an exchange
of stories between The Lantern and
'The D'aily. His chauvinism, how-
ever, is overly predominant, and wve
would hasten to remind him that,'
contrary ot Spiro Agnew, football
games are not decided by the press.
By TOM IIEYDINGER
OSU Sports Editor
Special To The Daily
COLUMBUS - It's cold in Co-
lumbus and the Buckeyes realize
the reception they receive in Ann
Arbor Saturday may not be any,
warmer.
The Bucks, who hope to break
their consecutive Big Ten winning
streak of 17 while raising their
overall streak to 25, have already
earned a share of their sixth Big,
Ten title.
Ohio State will once again base
its powerful offense around two
key figures, quarterback Rex Kern
and fullback Jim Otis.
All-American candidate Kern
ranks seventh in the Big Ten
passing department behind Mich-
igan's Don Moorhead. Kern has
completed 44 of 87 attempts for
676 yards and seven touchdowns.
Kern's real threat, however, is
with the triple option, where he
can either run the ball himself,
pitchout to halfback Leo Hayden
' or fling a short aerial.

Heisman Trophy candidate Otis Adams, the forgotten man of the
needs only 41 yards against the Ohio State defense.
Wolverines to establish a new OSU While the Bucks may have won
total offense record. The 6 foot, big last year and while Michigan
214 pound senior has gained 2,398 may use that and the Rose Bowl
yards during his career for a new as an incentive, Ohio State has
Ohio State rushing record. This two incidental incentives also. Two
season, the plow-driving Otis, who weeks ago, the campus was paint-
has lost only five yards all sea- ed blue with Michigan slogans and
son, has carried the ball 197 times fight songs, some of which per-
for 888 yards, a 4.5 average, manently damaged OSU land-
Pass receivers the Wolves will marks. And, this past week, a
have to stop include Bruce Jan- flood of "pro-Michigan" news-,
kowski, who leads the Bucks pass papers, depicting the Buckeye de-
catching corps with 23 receptions mise by a 38-14 score, made their'
for 404 yards and five touchdowns. way onto the campus, and while
Senior end Jan White has cradled these two things may seem inci-
20 aerials for 246 yards and four dental to Saturday's game, Woody
solhomore Tom Campana has Hayes has a way of making these
caught four TD passes, also. De- incidentals become awfully impor-
fensively the Wolverines will have tant. Don't look for an Ohio let-
to pass against one of the Big down,
Ten's most feared secondaries.
Rover back Jack Tatum, halfbacks
Tim Anderson and Ted Provost
and safety Mike Sensibaugh con-
bined to thwart the fabled pass-
ing attack of Phipps and company.
On the line, the Wolves' power-
ful rushing attack will face their
sternest test of the year in the
person of the Buckeyes. Top man
to watch is Jim Stillwagon, Ohio
State's 216 pound junior middle'
guard, rated by many as the best
in the Middlewest. Another Buck-
eye the Wolves may see all too
much of will be linebacker Doug

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