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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (/") -
All is ready for college football's
Game of the Year. The synthetic
grass at Fayetteville has b e e n
vacuumed. President Nixon has
A national television audience
estimated at 50 million is waiting.
Texas vs. Arkansas, No. 1 vs.
The game pits Texas, averaging
more than 44 points a game,
against Arkansas, with the best
defense in the land against scor-
The winner earns the Southwest
Conference championship, a spot
in the Cotton Bowl opposite Notre
Dame and the inside track to the
Arkansas coach Frank Broyles
says Texas' execution of its rela-
tively simple offense will be the
Razorbacks' biggest problem.
"What you have to do in de-
fending against the triple option
kills your pursuit," Broyles said.
"You must commit a man to each
hole, even though you'd rather
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not. If one man misses, there's be
no help until the ball carrier gets
to the safety. And they've g o t
blockers cracking at safety."
And, as Oklahoma found out,
the Longhorns can pass.
The Sooners massed nine men
on the line of scrimmage, jumped
off to a 14-0 lead and then suc-
cumbed when quarterback James
Street began finding split end Cot-
Arkansas, however, has not con-
As one coach put it: "We're got
a contract to fulfill. We'll be
WASHINGTON (MP) - President
Nixon, in a diplomatic move de-
signed to soothe ruffled feelings,
announced yesterday he would
present Penn State with a plaque
to recognize its record of 21 con-
secutive victories without a loss or
At the end of today's Texas-Ar-
kansas game, which he is attend-
ing, the President will present to
the winner a plaque symbolic of
the national championship.
This plan had upset officials at
Penn State, and Pennsylvania Gov.
Raymond P. Shafer, the latter
suggesting that Nixon's assump-
tipn that the Texas-Arkansas
game would decide the national
championship was "absolutely un-
On being told of the President's
intentions to present Penn State
a plaque, Shafer commented in
Harrisburg, "We have no objec-
tion to this as long as they ac-
company it with another plaque
designating Penn State as No.
"Let's not go halfway about
this. We merely want to honor the
greatest college football team in
By JIM KEVRA
Today will be another big test
for Michigan coach John Orr's
Orr's fast break style of offense
which proved to be veryeffective
against Detroit and Notre D a m e
still has to prove it can work
against a team with plenty of
height, a quality which the David-
son Wildcats have in great sup-
ply. Davidson's first team averages
almost 6-5, and three of them
are returning starters.
Key man in the Wildcat attack
is 6-7 senior, Mike Maloy. L a s t
year, Maloy averaged over 20
points per game, and might well
have been All-American had it not
been for a giant named Alcindor.
A tremendous leaper, he has led
the team in rebounding the past
TEAMING WITH Maloy at cen-
ter in the Wildcat double-post of-
fense (two centers, two forwards,
and only one guard) is another
senior, Doug Cook. A three year
starter, he combines with Maloy
to give Davidson an equivalent to
Michigan's old "bloody-nose lane
(a name born in the rough and
tumble days of Cazzie Russell) ".
Cook is known as a smart basket-
ball player who rarely takes a bad
The two forwards, although sim-
ilar in size are quite different in
style. Sophomore Bryan Adrian
beat out three returning letter-
men for one forward spot and is
noted for his defensive abilities.
On the other hand, Jerry Kroll
is more of a shooter and has an
excellent jump shot. As a sopho-
more, Kroll hit for an 11.5 point
average, and was slightly better
than that last year.
FIFTH STARTER on the Wild-
cat squad is the guard Fox De-
Moisey. Although a senior, De-
Moisey has been little action in
previous seasons and is probably
the weakest link on the team. He
more than makes up for his lack
of scoring ability, however, by his
aggressive defensive play and, at
6-3, he is also a better than aver-
Davidson and Michigan h a v e
met three times in recent years
with the Wolevrines only to win
once. Last year, on New Year's
Eve, the Wildcats journeyed to
Ann Arbor and out-muscled the
Wolverines 94-82. That s ight,
Cook hit for 29 and Maloy for 20
while Rudy Tomjanovich counted
29 for the Wolverines.
A NEW COACH, Terry Holland,
inherited a string of 49 straight
home victories from old coach
Lefty Driesell. He has already add-
ed another to the total this year
as Davidson posted an easy 109-
90 victory in their opener against'
For the Wolverines, the season
has already had its ups a n d
downs. After a hard fought vic-
tory against U. of D., Orr's cagers
lost a heartbreaker to Notre Dame.
They almost ran the Irish off the W
court in the first half, but had foul
trouble in the second half and
bowed by a single point, 87-86.
RANKED FIFTH in the presea-
son polls (their publicity director
Emil Parker laughingly termed the
prediction "a gross understate-
ment", the Wildcats will certainly
be a problem for the Wolverines.
The key for victory will probably
lie in Michigan's ability to get re-
bounds, particularly on their de-
fensive boards and to get their
fast break working.
Gynrnasts look for Big Ten win
By BOB ANDREWS number of men to take part in en said, "The competition in this
Thn high-flying Michigana gm- this morning's competition, and meet was too diluted for a true
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nasts will swing into Champaign,
Illinois, today, and take part in
the Big Ten Invitational. This
year marks the first time this
event has ever been held.
One interesting feature of this
meet is that a gymnast from
Washington who goes by the name
Hayashi, will be participating in
today's competition and will com-
pete in each of six final events
tonight as an alL-arounder.
Michigan coach Newt Loken
calls him "a truly unique gym-
nast with a style all his own."
THE PROCEDURE for this meet
will go as follows: Before the meet,'
six men had already pre-qualified
to take part in the finals which
will be held tonight. In addition,
each team will bring along any
Entries are now being accepted
for second semester ice hockey
leagues. Submit your team and
a $50.00 entry fee to the I.M.
General Office, Monday through
Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The eight-game schedule be-
gins Jan. 12.
the top two scorers in each event
will join the pre-qualifiers al-
ready in the finals.I
For Michigan, the six men who
will definitely be competing are:
Ward Black for the floor exer-
cises; Dick Kaziny in the side
horse competition; Captain Ron'
Rapper in the parallel bar event;
Ray Gura in vaulting; Sid Jensen
in the rings and Ed Howard in
the high bar.
Eight Big Ten teams will take
part in the competition as Pur-
due and Northwestern do n o t
have gymnastics teams.
In addition several teams from
outside the Big Ten are compet-
ing, including Southern Illinois
and Indiana St.
LAST WEEK, Michigan came
in second place in the Midwest
Open behind Iowa St. Coach Lok-
comparison of our squad to the
Big Ten teams. But I hope that
this weekend we will get a chance
to see how our team rates with
the other teams in the confer-
Michigan's remaining meets af-
ter tha Big Ten Invitational ap-
Jan. 9 WEST GERMAN ALL-STARS
Jan. 10 WISCONSIN (after Basket-
Jan. 14 at Eastern Michigan
Jan. 17 West. Mich. and 111. (Chicago
Branch) at Kalamazoo
Jan. 24 at Michigan St.
Jan. 31 MINNESOTA (after Wrestling)
Feb. 7 at Ohio St.
Feb. 13 Indiana St. and So. Illinois
at Indiana St.
Feb. 14 at Indiana
Feb. 21 ILLINOIS(after Basketball)
Feb. 28 at Iowa
Mar. 6-7 Big Ten Tournament
Apr. 2-4 NCAA's at Temple U.
LEAVE DEC. 23
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. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - The New York Yankees completed
their second trade within an 18-hour period yesterday by swapping
left-handed pitcher Al Downing and catcher Frank Fernandez to the
Oakland Athletics for first baseman Danny Cater and minor league
infielder Ossie Chavarria.
In another deal, The San Francisco Giants trade pitcher Ron
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for relife pitcher Frank Reberger.
* VIENNA - Emil Zatopek, Czechoslovakia's Olympic athletic
hero and idol, has been dismissed from the Czech Army, the Defense
Ministry announced Friday.
The statement, according to the official news agency C.T.K. said
that investigations showed Zatopek violated "Czechoslovak legal
norms to an extent which is incompatible with serving in the
Czechoslovak People Army."
. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - The American League settled its
troublesome Seattle problem yesterday, approving the sale of the
franchise to a group headed by Fred Danz.
The approval was contingent upon the new ownership meeting
its financial obligations and making certain improvements in Sick
Stadium where the Seattle Club plays its home games.
Danz assured the owners that both conditions would be met by
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