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Saturday, November 22, 1969

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Soturday, November 22, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Puge Seven

HINT OF ROSES LEFT:
Purdue

lingers

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By BOB ANDRtEWS
Bob Reynolds and Purdue coach.
Jack Mollenkopf should get to-
gether and discuss a small mat-
ter; in particular, which team
will make that certain trip to
Pasadena.
On Thursday night, Bob Reyn-
olds, sports director of radio'sta-
tion WJR in Detroit claimed it
would take something just short
of a, miracle for Michigan to be
denied the Rose Bowl invitation.
It is also true that the athletic
directors of the various Big Ten
schools have denied Reynolds'
bold statement.
MrOLLENKOPF, on the other
hand has not given up hope by
any means and he still believes
that should his team "humiliate"
Indiana and, at the same time,
the Buckeye(s embarrass Michi-
gani wxorse than they had done
to the Boiler-makers, then the
teame that would get the nod
would be Purdue.
After .last Saturday's game

daily
sports

NIGHT EDITOR:
PAT ATIINS

-D: il1 indy Edmiond~s

W1INNE-I1 TA hES ALL.a

against Ohio State, the gloomy
Mollenkopf said, "I hope
Woody's mad at Michigan Coach
Bo Schembechler." Woody would
have to be in a furious rage for
the situation to change, since
even if a tie in the standings
occurred between Purdue and
Michigan, Michigan would still
most likely go due to the fact
that Purdue was defeated by
Michigan earlier this season.
With the Rose Bowl question
put aside this game between
Purdue and Indiana has added<
significance. The game, the Old
' Oaken Bucket contest, is played
annually between these two inw
trastate rivals. In the series,
Purdue has come out on top 11
times, while dropping two and
playing to one tie. If Purdue
thinks it can "humiliate" the
Hoosiers they have anotherj
thing coming.
LAST YEAR the Hoosiers, in
a wild battle against Purdue, lost
38 to 35. In that game Harry
jGonso, Indiana's fine scrambling
quarterback threw four touch-
down passes. He and John Isen-
'barger, who currently leads the
Big Ten in total yards rushing,
should make Mollenkopf's goal
of "humiliating" somewhat of
a difficult task.
These two remaining members
of the 1967 Rose Bowl squad

and the rest of the Hoosiers
team will be trying to salvage a
.500 season after being a tough
contender for the Big Ten title
until they lost to Iowa. They
have compiled a 3-3 conference
record and are 4-5 overall.
Alter his poor showing last
week against Ohio State, Mike
Phipps has to make a super ef-
fort if he is to have any chance
to capture the Heismann Trophy
which is also being sought by
Clarence Davis of USC, Steve
Owens of Oklahoma, Archie
Manning olf isisppand
others,
At Champaign, Illinois, the
erratic Hawkeyes wind up their
season against the hapless I1-
lini. If the heavily-favored Iowa
team does defeat Illinois, the
latter will suffer its worst sea-
son in its history. In 1961 they
were winless but played jut
nine games.
Iowa, who knocked off Miehi-

by. jUStthree['l'to uru.
victimized by ekrWsos'
and Minnesta Te ae u
Coming off apo hwn
aged 123 yrd in _ asi;:g.n
the Wolver ines, but shud x-
pect no trouble fromIIIthe fi~
Illinois dfne
Thi 'saon1! mni .Jnd1on
pleaantnote forth Bdgr
of WVI con"sinl, III. eet'a
t1!he havenot e°,xct l1rrrt.
they Big'Fen. IHouve .r, itithe
should di, the Cophe rs of .i'i-

USC-
IBy DALE ARBO)UR
Tlhe representative in the Ruse
Bowl from the Pacific Eight Coni-
ference will be decided today when
Southern California faces UCLA
at Memorial Coliseum.
Both teams have ident ical sea-
,son records of 8-0-1; USC has a
c'onference mark of .5-0 while
UCLA is 5-0-1 in conference play,
having tied Stanford, 20-20 earlier
this season.
Leading the Trojan at tack will
be sophomore quarterback J innmy
Jones and tailback Clarence Da vis.
Davis, the successor to the Tro-
jan's celebrated 0. J. Simpson, is
thle nation's leading big collece
rusher with 270 carries for 1.238
yar'ds, while Jones is an c!ftective
passer, both long and short
UCLA, ON the otlier hand. lias
a veteran tea m led by quarterb1c'k
Dennis Dummit, a transler from11
Long Beach City College. To dlate,
he has led the Bruins to '317
points while the defense has al-
lowed only 89 points to its nine,
opplonents. Dununit , himself, hiis
car'ried the ball for 95 yards and
hit for 56 per cent of his tass::
for another 1,710 yards and 14
touchdowns.

61GBY-Oii S.tatatery1id1:0)a .

UCLA
,!Iie Big; Eight Conference onice
again1 offers an exciting agenda
of gaines this weekend. Missouri
and Nebraska are~ tied for the con-
ference lead with 5-1 mnarks, but
either or but h of them could 'A-e'
today.
Nebiaska fac'es the totlA-lest
challenge as they go against pow-
erful Oklahoma. strong but incon-
sistent. The Sooners' strength lies
in fullback Steve Owens who has
rushed for 1,191 ya rds on1 282
carries so far' this seaison, Butt
Nebr aska's only los ses have come
at the hands of Southern (al
tai ornia and Missouri, so they have
experienced plenty of tough oppo-
sitiorn this season to prepare hi mu1
for' Oklahoma,
MIUSS-OURI, apper s at first to
have <a pushover aga<inst Ka-1-..s,
'winner of but one game this sea
son. However, Kansas' record is
deceiving-they have lost two Big
Eight games by three points an1d
two more by four points. Only
Iowa State has decisively defeated
the Jayhawkers, 44-20. So Missouri
wxill not treat their finial game of
he regular season lightly.
After being upset by Yale last

hit

head- on

wveekend. 17-14, Princeton }rust
beat Dartmouth in order to gain
a share of the Ivy League charn-
pionship. But this task is {asier
said than dlone, since Dartmouth
has the second best defense o1' all
big colleges in the nation. J tow -
ever, Princeton will have the ad-
vantag,,e of playing on their ho~me
field, so only time wil det ermine
the outcome.
IN THlE SO UTIIEASTE VA Con-
ference, LSUI leads Tennessee by a

half ganiie but the excitement is '
still in lie making. LSU has a, 4-1a
conference record while Tennessee
and Flor'ida ar'e tied for ; econd
place at 3-1. But LSU and Florida,
have no conference games remai n-
ing to be played this season while
Tennessee has two left. The Vols,
barring an upset, should have ro
problem taking the title, since
their remaining gamnes are xx ith
Kentucky, 1-5, and Vanderbilt,I
2-2.

lesota2 l:. 1 . 1a_ i, ilit
tordaoe i 50lve .
xvhiry thy xxye 6 upin lid.m
514.1{ icw-up quarterbac
andruior another,
The oplei , xiii) tn1te0ot
ve1Alx hxepce tl i h
ldst hil ol he seaon, xie
ti tai i {ais oa
Notx ien c atStra
141_agis Mcian fae
In t a' thergdmn Micn 'a
Stt Ii y tNo x.et(:.

Michigancr awaits 'marble' match
agaiinst Ohio State juggernaut

TiHl':LINI'UPIS
OFIE\NSE

(88)
(71)
(6i0)
(53)
(56)
(72)
(80)
(27)
(42)
48)
(18)

MICHIIGAN
Jill, Mlandich 222)
Jack Hlarpring (225)
Bob Ba<ungax'ner (215)
Guy Murdock (210)
Dick Caldarazzo (222)
Dan Dierdorff(2251
Bill Miarris (189)
Don Mloorhead (200)
Billy Taylor ( 195)
Garvie Craw (222)
Johnt Gabler (209)

LGr
LG
RT
SEi
QB
RB
I"B

(80)
75)
(61)
(5w)
(53)
(72)
(82)
(10)
(16)
(35)
(22)

Big Ten Standings
(Conferenc Games

All Gamnes

Ohio State
MICHIGAN
Purdue
Indiana
'Minnesota
Northwestern
'Wisconsin
Iowa
Michigan State
Illinois

w i 'r'p1"
(a 0 0 268
5~ 1 0 221
4 2 0 200
3 3: 0 152
3 3 0 100
3 3 0 114
3 3 0 135
2 4 {) 109
1 5 0 85
0 6 0 56
T1ODAY'S GAMES

PA
55
65
15g
12 1
125
148
189)
179
1563
253

'
7
7
4i
3
:S
1
.a

0
5
5
G
6
6
c}

T
0
0
0)
0

PF
372
325
306
231
175
130
186
215
163
1 06

PA
fi9
1 26
243
198
250
267
314
275
224
357

DEFENSE

01110 STATE
Jan White (207)
D~ave C'heney (224)
Alan Jack (215)
Tom DeLeone (216)
Brian Donovan ( ?10)
Charles Hutchison (232)
Bruce Jankowski (192)
Rex Kern (186)
Larry Zelina (196)'
Jim Otis (2161
Leo Hayden (205)
01H10 STATE
Dave Whitfield (187)
Paul Schmidlin (224)
Jim Stillwagon (218)
Bill Urbanik (230)
Mark Debeve (214)
Doug Adams (214)
Phil Strickland (210)
Jack Tatum (210)
Ted Provost (204)
Tim Anderson (187)
Mike Sensibaugh (188)

(90)
(92)
(39)
(82)
(55)
(70)
(33)
(35)
(29)
(24)
(25)

MIC'HIGAN
Alike Keller (212)
Fred Gramibau (230)
Henry Hill (210)
Pete Newell 1222)
Cecil Pryor (20)
Mlarty Huff (220)
Mike Taylor (2101
Tonm Darden (185)
Bary Pierson (175)
Brian Hlealy (170)
Tom Curtis (190)

IF
Al G
RT
RE
LB
LB
C'B
DB
D)B
s

(88)
(74)
(68)
(79)
(83)
(6i3)
(62)
(32)
(4(6)
(26;)
( 3)

(Continued fromiifate 1)
in four touchdowvns, were the
Buckeyes' primary offensiv'e xea-
p~on.
The most interesting possibility
in the Michigan offensive p~lans is
the possible pairing up of soph-
omores Glenn Doughty and Billy
Taylor in the backfield. Betwxeen
them, they have accounted foi'
1417 yards, although they are not
usually in the game at the same
t.ine.
H-owvevei', the Michigan backsj
will be running into an immovablej
front wall of Buckeye defenders. I
Thus it is highly probable that'
qtuarterback Don Moorhead will
have to hit the airwaves early inr
the game, where Michigan may
have success since Ohio State has
given up over 200 yai'ds passing
per' game.
It must be remembered, though,E
that most of this yardage has come
from foes who have been forced
to pass when the Scarlet and Gray
build up an early-game lead.
r ~ THATx
DOG
ON
WHEELS
IS
COMING
a.

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"Relationship Between
Prisons &Povertj
who spent time in prisonl
and with the poor
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