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Page Ten

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 25, 1969

PageTenTHE ICHGAN AIL Tueday Novmbe 25,196

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Wolverines

Following their tremendous up-
set victory over the Ohio State
Buckeyes, the Rose Bowl bound
Michigan Wolverines soared from
twelfth to seventh place in the
national collegate rankings, t h e
highest rating of the season for
the spoiling team. The 24-12 loss
collapsed the roof on the defend-
ing champion Bucks, and even
earned for the Wolverines a first
place ballot in the poll.
Texas' mighty Longhorns, mak-
ing a colossal gain without even
carrying the ball, stampeded into
the No. 1 spot among the nation's
college football powers.
The unbeaten Longhorns, w h o
marked time last Saturday while
Michigan scuttled Ohio State's
22-game wining streak, displaced
the Buckeyes atop The Associat-
ed Press weekly rankings in a
landslide coup.
Texas, 8-0 with two tough reg-
ular season games to play, corraled
33 of 38 first place votes cast by a
nationwide panel of sports writers
and sportscasters. Ohio State,
named No. 1 on 31 of 39 ballots a
week ago, did not receive a single
first place call this time and top-

pled to fourth place, behind No. 2
Arkansas and No. 3 Penn State.
The new leaders totaled 748
points, a margin of 145 over the
Razorbacks, who they'll meet in a
Dec. 6 showdown for the South-
west Conference title after t h e i r
traditional Thanksgiving Dasy
clash with Texas A&M.
Arkansas, also 8-0 and idle last
week, held a 30-point edge over
Orange Bowl-bound Penn State.
But the Nittany Lions picked up
three of the remaining five first-
place votes after lifting its record
9-0 by trimming Pitt 27-7.
Ohio State had 509 points, com-
pared with 736 last week.
Another first went to fifth-
ranked Southern California, 9-0-1,
following a 14-12 nod over UCLA.

jump to
The Trojans will face the Wolver-
ines in the Rose Bowl.
Missouri, Penn State's Orange
Bowl foe, moved up one notch to
the No. 6 spot, while Notre Dame
held eighth, and Loisiana S t a t e
and Tennessee advanced one step
each to ninth and 10th.
Missouri, 9-1, trounced Kansas
69-21; Notre Dame, 8-1-1, topped
Air Force 13-6; LSU, 9-1, smack-
ed Tulane 27-0 and Tennessee, 8-
1, outscored Kentucky 31-26.
UCLA's loss to Southern Cal
drppped the Bruins from sixth to -
11th, but there was little signi-
ficant change in the remainder of
the Top Twenty, Auburn dropped
down one peg to 12th, Nebraska
went up three to 13th.

7th;

Texas

1st

Top Twenty

1. Texas (33)
2. Arkansas
3. Penn State (3)
4. Ohio State
5. Southern Cal (1)
6. Missouri
7. MICHIGAN (1)
8. Notre Dame
9. Louisiana State
10. Tennessee
11. UCLA

8-0
8-0
9-0
8-1
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748 12. Auburn 7-2
603 13. Nebraska 8-2
573 14. Mississippi 6-3
509 15. Stanford 7-2-i
453 16. Purdue 8-2
428 17. Florida 7-1-1
337 18. Houston --2
284 19. West Virginia 9-i
260 20. Toledo 10-0
204 Others receiving votes: Alabama,C
191 orado, Memphis State.

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Devine lauds Michigan, Penn State
MIAMI (IP)-Orange Bowl-bound is the No. 1 football team in the Michigan leaped to a 10-0 lead
Missouri smeared the Rose Bowl's country." on Missouri and had a first down
Michigan, but Tiger coach Dan Coincidentally, Missouri is meet- at the Tiger 8. "I was ready to turn
Devine said Monda'tating unbeaten Penn State in the the game over to my assistants
Monday he want New Year's night Orange Bowl and go home," confessed Devine
all shocked when the Wolverines game in Miami. "The momentum swung around in
rebounded to deck Ohio State's "That has nothing to do with the second period, though, and we
unbeatables." it," Devine said. "Penn State has got a number of breaks. No, I
Michigan would probably whip gone 28 games without a loss. don't think we are 23 points better
Ohio State nine times in 10," said What do they have to do to be than Michigan."
Devine. "In my mind, Penn State No. 1?" Devine said he would close most
It was in the season's third of his pre'Orange bowl workouts
week that Missouri crushed the to the public and the news media.
.r Wolverines 40-17. But Devine "A doctor wouldn't want you look-
claimed Monday as he came South ing over his shoulder during an
to sign the Orange Bowl contracts, operation," he said. "I don't think
"Michigan has a heckuva team a football player should be sub-
and will do great in the Rose Bowl. jected to criticism in front of any-
We had a most fortunate day after one but his teammates. And coach-
a slow start at Ann Arbor." ing is about 99 per cent criticism."
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VARSITY
1969-70 Home Games
Nov. 24 (Mon.)...r.Frosh-
Varsity Game
Dec. 1 (Mon, )......Detroit
Dec. 8 (Mon.) . . .. Marquette
Dec. 10 (Wed.).........Duke
Dec. 29 (Mon.).......Butler
Dec. 31 (Wed.) . .. Princeton
Jan. 6 (Tues.) ........Iowa
Jan. 10 (Sat.) . . ......Purdue
Jan. 17 (Sat.).........Illinois
Feb. 7 (Sat.) . .. Northwestern
Feb. 21 (Sat.)..... Minnesota
Feb. 28 (Sat.) .. .. Wisconsin
Mar. 7 (Sat.)....... Indiana
Weekday Home Games . 8 p.m.
Saturday Home Games . 2 p.m.
(Mar. 7 with Indiana, 8 p.m.)
FRESHMAN
1969-70 Home Games
Mon., Nov. 24 . . Frosh-Varsity
Mon., Dec, 1 . Univ. of Detroit
Mon., Dec. 8 . . Bowling Green
Wed., Dec. 10 . . Central Mich.
Sat., Jan. 10 ......Ohio State
Sat., Jan. 17 . . Western Mich.
Sat., Feb. 7 . . . . Wayne State
Sat., Feb. 21 . . Oakland C. C.
Sat., Feb. 28 . Henry Ford C. C.

ATLAN
South Carolina
North CarolinaS
Clemson
Duke
Maryland
North Carolina
Wake Forest
Virginia
B
MIissouri
Nebraska
Colorado
Oklahoma
Oklahoma State
Kansas State
Iowa State
Kansas
IVY
Dartmouth
Princeton
Yale
Cornell
Harvard
Penn
Brown
Coumlbia
MID.
Toledo
Bowling Green
Miamui
Ohio
Kent.
W. Michigan
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6 1 0
6 1 0
5 2 0
3 3 0
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W L 'T
6 1 0
6 1 0
6 1 0
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1 6 0
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5 0 0
4 1 0
2 3 0
1 4 0
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Conference
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State 3 2 1
3 3 0
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All games
W L T
7 3 0
3 5 1
4 6 0
3 6 1
3 7 0
5 5 0
3 7 0
3 7 0
All games
W L T
9 1 0
8 2 0
7 3 0
5 4 0
5 4 0
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3 7 0
1 9 0
All games
W L T
8 1 0
70 0
6 3 0
4 5 0
All games
WV L'T
10 0 0
6 41 0
7 3 0
5 41
5 50
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LSU
Tennessee
Florida
Auburn
Mississipp
Vanderbil
Georgia
Alabama
Kentucky
Mississip
Arkansas
Texas
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North Texas State 4 1 0 7 3 0
Cincinnati 2 3 0 4 6 0
Louisville 1 3 0 4 4 1
Tulsa 1 3 0 1 8 0
Wichita State 1 3 0 2 8 0

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Arizona St. 5 1 0
Utah 5 1 0 1
Arizona 3 2 0
Brigham Young 4 3 0
Wyoming 4 3 0 a
Texas El P'aso 2 5 0
New Mexico 1 5 0
Colorado St. 0 4 0
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Penn State
W~est Virginiaa
Notre Dame1
Houston
Florida State
Rutgers
Villanova
West Texas State
Buffalo
Colgate
Air Force
Syracuse
Boston College
Miami, Fla.
South Mississippi
Virginia Tech
New Mexico State
Pittsburgh
Army
Georgia Tech
Utah State
Dayton
Tulane
Navy
Xavier7

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Conference A
W L T
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5 0 0
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W L T W L T
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4 1 0 8 1 0
3 1 1 7 1 1
4 2 0 7 2 0
3 2 0 6 3 0
2 2 0 4 5 0
2 3 1 5 3 1
2 3 0 6 3 0
1 6 0 2 8 0
St. 0 4 0 3 6 0

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W L T
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5 4 0
0 9 0

SOUTHEASTERN

Southern Cal
Stanf11ord
Oregon State
Oregon
California
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