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Sunday, November 23, 1969

.THE..MICHIGAN .. DAILY.

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Sunday, November 23, 1 969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

WINS ON KNOCKOUT

Prof essionial Standings

Benvenuti retains title

ROME (N)---Nino Benvenuti,
bleeding freely from a cut ov-
er the bridge of his nose, un-
leashed a savage left hook and
knock~ed out Luis Rodriguez in
the 11th round last night to
retain his world middleweight.
championship.
The hook slammed against the
light side of Rodriguez' head and
dropped the Cuban-born resident
of Miami ,Fla., flat. on his back.
it. was evident from the moment
Rodriguez hit the canvas that he
would not beat the count.
Until the lightning hook things'
were going badly for the Italian
despite the scream of encourage-
mtent from his countrymen in the
sold-out Palazzo Dello Sport.
Rodriguez cut Benvenuti over
the left eye in the third round
and then opened a deep cut above
the bridge of his nose with a short'
right hand punch near the end of'
the sixth round. The champion's,
Daily Official Butlletin
(Continued from Page 3)
University Senate Meeting: Monday,
November 24. 1969 at 4:00 p.m. The
regular fall meeting of the University
Senate will be held Monday, November
24, 1969 at 4:00 pin. in Rackham Lec-
ture Hall. The agenda is as follows: 1.
Consideration of the minutes of the
regular senate meeting of April 21,
1969; 2. Remarks by President Fleming:
3. Report on ROTC - Professors But-
rey and Davenport, Co-chairmen of the
Academic Affairs Committee; 4. Status
of Bookstore; 5. Old Business; 6. New
Business.

trainer, Al Silvani, said the cut; of 18,000 went wild, cascading the
was right to the bone and would: ring with cushions and storming
require seven or eight stitches.1 the ring to try to reach the chain-
Benvenuti continued to bleed pion.
from the cut over his nose in It was Benvenuti's 81st victory
succeeding rounds as Rodriguez' against one draw and two defeats
began to land with right hands -he has won all of his 76 fights
and take the p~lay away fromn the in Italy. He won the title from
champion. Emnile Griffith in New York in
Then a nationwide television April, 1967. lost it to him the foi-
audience saw Benvenuti avert lowing September and then re-
disaster with his sizzling knockout gained in March, 1968. All three
punch. fights were decisions.
Benvenuti, spurred on by cheers Benvenuti then retained his title
of "Nino, Nino," controlled theI with a decision over Don Fullmer
first five rounds with his stinging at Salt Lake City, Utah, and beat
jab. Both fighters were warnedI Frazer Scott of Seattle in Naples
about using their heads, and on last October when Scott was dis-
one occasion a warning to Rodri- qualified for butting.
guez brought a brief shower of~ It was the eight defeat in 97
fruit upon the ring, fights for Rodriguez, the former
In the sixth round the coin- welterweight champion who was
plexion of the fight changed and ranked as the No. 1 contender for
at the time of the knockout, The Benvenuti's crown.
Associated Press had the fight Benvenuti said he, would now
even, like to go after the light heavy-
Rodriguez was still on his back; weight championship held by Bob
at the count of 10 and the crowdI Foster of Washington, D.C.

NSBA
Eastern Division
W L
New York 19 1
Baltimore 13 6
Milwaukee It 8
Detroit 6 11
Philadelphia 6 12
Cincinnati 6 12
Boston 51
Western Division
Atlanta 13 5
Los Angeles 10 7
Chicago 9 9
San Francisco 8 9
Phoenix 7 11
San Diego 6 11
Seattle 5 12

Pct.
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.684
.579
.353
.333
.333
.244
.722
.588
.500
.441
.389
.353
.294

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Yesterday's Results
Oakland at Montreal, inc.
Detroit at Toronto, inc.
New York at St. Louis, inc.
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, inc.
Los Angeles at Mvinnesota, inc.
Today's Ganmes-
Montreal at Boston
Toronto at Philadelphia
Oakland at New York
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Monday's Games
No games scheduled.

Pittsburgh at Mlinnesota
San Francisco at New Orleans

New York
Hioustoni
Buffllalo
Miami
Biostoni
Kansas City
Oakland
Cincinnati
Denver
San Diego

A FL
Eastern Division
WV L T Pet.
7 3 0 .700
4 4 2 .500
3 7 0 .30
2 7 1 .22
2 8 0 .200
Western Division
r 9 1 0 .900
8 1 1 .889
4 5 1 .444
4 5 1 .444
4 6 0 .400

PF
238
176
168
167
152
276
276
227
205
149

PA
194
244
211
217
14
181
247
225
211

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Eastern Conference

fr r"We'll Keep'You
in Stitches"
F' By Tri s Cash
Sign in an army recruiting station: "We honor all draft
cards.
1, '
Kindergalrte.n Teacher: one who knows how to make the
little things count.
Thhe secret of patience is doing something elsc in the mean-
wvhi le.
Appearances are deceiving-far example, a dollar looks ex-
actly the same as it did ten years ago .
D~id you hear about the bride who is so much in love that
she gift-wraps His lunch?
W\e rarely use gift wraps but whe do have great clothing
values "under wraps" for you.

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Yesterday's Games
Phoenix at New York, inc.
Philadelphia at Atlanta, Inc.
Milwaukee at Chicago, inc.
Boston at San Diego, inc.
Los Angeles at San Francisco. inc.
Today Games
Phoenix at Cincinnati
Baltimore at Los Angeles
Boston at Seattle

71,
Cleveland
5t. Louis
INew York
Pittsburgh
Cap
Dallas
Washington
Philadelphia
Vew Orleans
West*
Minnesota
Detroit
GA. Green Bay
47 Chicago
431 Coa
50Los Angeles
43 'Baltimore
334 fAtlanta:
54t San Francisco

ntury
wv
6
3
1
3pilol
8
4
9

Division
L T Pct.
2 1 .750
5 1 .375
6 0 .333
8 0 .111
Division
1 0 .889
3 2 .571'.
5 1 .375';
7 0 .222

ern Conference
sxtern Division

PF PA
234 204
182 224
240 213
146 ?'47
265 148
206 212
183 246
184 252
267 89
178 131
166 144
138 204
X252 146
202 190
168 205
152 '208

TodaysGaines
Buffalo at Boston
Denver at San Diego
Houston at Miamri
Cincinnati at New York
Oakland at Kansas City

NHIIL
Eastern Division
WV L TI
New York 11 4 3
Montreal 9 3 6
Boston 9 4 4
Detroit 8 5 3
Chicago 7 6 3
Toronto 5 8 3
Western Division
St. Louis 8 6 4
Minnesota 6 8 2
Oakland 5 9 2
Philadelphia 3 5 6
Pittsburgh 4 9 3
Los Angeles 3 11 1

Pt. GF
25 60
24 69
22 64
19 47
17 40
13 43

8
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3

1 0 *889
3 0 .667
4, 0 .556
8 0 .111
Division
0 0 1.000
4 0 .556
6 '0 ,.333
6 1 .250

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City of Detroit: Psychologists, mai.
MA and 1 year exper.
State of Mich. opening in Wayne
county - Biomedical research aide, no
spec. bckrnd.
Ayerst Labo raotire,s-.. roof AE
Ayerst Laboratories, Detroit, Saginaw
anid Toledo areas: Pharmaceutical reps,
BS pref. In sciences.
Hurley Hospital, Flint, Mi. -H e a d
Dietitian.
University of Michigan: Accountants,
School District of Benton Harbon,
Mi. - Accountant.

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I Oaklandv University, Rochester, Mi.-
Lab technician, BA blot or chemn. new
grad.

EDUCATION DIVISION
The following schools will interview
prospective teachers in our office dur-
Ing the week of December 1, 1969. Addi-
tional information concerning dates
and fields will be included in our Place-
ment Bulletins and posted on bulletin
boards on camrpus.
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Pontiac, Mich. (Waterford Township
Schools)
Detroit, Mich. (S. Redford Schools)
Flint, Mich.
Monroe, Mich. (Jefferson)
Romulus, Mich.
?Baltimore, Md.
Flint, Mich. (Carman Schools
Grnd Blanc, Mich.
Maon, Mich.
Warren, Mich. (warren Woods
Schools)
Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
{Hartland, Mich.
Milwaukee, Wisc.
Walled Lake, Mich.
Berkley, Mich.
1Dearborn Heights, iMeli. (Crestwood
Schools)
Rochester, Mich.

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Today's Games
Atlanta at Washington
Baltimore, at Chicago
Dallas at Los Angeles
Detroit at Green Bay
New York at Cleveland
Philadelphia at St. Louis

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