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PAGE EIGHT f '

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26,_ 1965

PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICUIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1965

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Roses Look Easy for State

II

By JOHN SUTKUS Waiting in the wings is Min-
nesota, with a 3-0 record. Should
Can Michigan State do it? |Michigan State falter, the Gophers
That seems to be the big ques- could conceivably grab the title. I
tion in the Big Ten football chase. They are placed at a disadvan-
The Spartans, after beating Pur- tage, because they only play a
due and Bob Griese 14-10 by stag- six-game conference slate this,
ing a smashing second half rally, year. All the other contenders
are now in the driver's seat. The play seven.
way is open for them to ease into At this stage of the game, how-
the title. ever, nobody is taking Minnesota
Coach Duffy Daugherty's crew too seriously. They must still fin-
has played the toughest part of ish out a tough conference sched-
their schedule, including such for- ule that includes Purdue, Ohio
midable opponents as Ohio State, State, and neighboring rival Wis-
Purdue, and intrastate rival Mich- consin.
igan, and has come. through un- A Four-Way Tie
scathed. The Big Ten football pen- But suppose no team can make
nant and Pasadena's roses are it through the season undefeated.
waiting. There could be as much as a four-
And what about the preseason way tie for the championship. A
prospects of this Michigan State flock of once-beaten teams are
team that now looks like a good waiting for their chance.
bet for the title? Daugherty fooled If Northwestern can take thel
all the sportswriters and experts measure of Michigan State and
with his preview. Two of his key win the rest of its games, it will
players were hurt and he was in finish in a first-place tie with the
low spirits. He didn't even tell a Spartans. If Purdue or Ohio State
joke. So everyone wrote off Mich- can finish without losing any
igan Stte.othr games. they will also tie for

first place. All four teams will
have 6-1 records.
The possibility of a three-way
tie also exists. Wisconsin must
meet Purdue, and the winner has
a good chance to finish the sea-
son with only one conference loss.
Should Northwestern fall by the
wayside, there would be a three-
way tie.
Who will Go?
Th possibility of a tie for the
championship raises the question
of who will go to the Rose Bowl.
At the end of the season the ath-
letic directors of all the Big Ten
schools will meet. Each casts a
vote for the team which he thinks
will best represent the conference
in the Rose Bowl. This could be
anybody, even someone outside
the conference. Usually they vote
for the champion.
In the event of ties in the vot-
ing, the "Rose Bowl formula" is
applied. The team that last went
to the bowl is eliminated, and if
two tied teams played each oth-
er during the season, the winner
of that game gets the nod.

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Nine Out of Ten
At the time though, Daugherty
said something that has turned
out to be significant. "Nine times
out of ten," he offered, "the Big
Ten winner has a strong running
game but can go to the pass when
it needs something extra."
How prophetic. That desoribes
the Spartans to the letter. When
fullback Bob Apisa isn't battering
the line, or swift halfback Clinton
Jones isn't running around it,
quarterback Steve :Juday can
throw without hurting the team's
effectiveness. And 'there's always
Dick Kenney waiting on the side-
lines to kick.
No Championship Yet
But no one in East Lansing is
talking championship quiet yet.
"I've found out in the Big Ten,"
Daugherty said, "that any team
can bat you on ahy given Satur-
day. And it's generally the un-
derdog that does it." He's just
playing it cautious. All he has to
do is win three more football
games and the championship and
the roses are his.
But hold" on, a minute, for it's
not quite that simple. As the MSU
mentor puts it, "Forget about that
Purdue game. We still have three
tough opponents to face and they
are, getting better every Week."
Northwestern, Iowa, and Indiana
all wait in ambush. Northwest-
ern is presently tied for second
place in the conference with a
2-1 record. Iowa, though it has
lost all four of its conference
starts, has been in every game, and
has lost two of them by less
than a touchdown.
Indiana, though, is a cellar-
dweller too, and looks like a
good candidate to stay there for
the rest of the season.
Pro Standings

REPLACES KLEIN:

Holland Names Duroeher
As New Cub Manager

DlE L CH AS N

CHICAGO () - Leo (The Lip)
Durocher, one of baseball's most
controversial personalities, was
named manager of the Chicago
Cubs yesterday, _ending a five-
year period in which the National
League club was headed by a list
of coaches.
The contract was for three
years.
Cubs' vice-president John Hol-
land said the 59-year-old Duroch-
er will have complete authority on
the field.
Durocher immediately an-
nounced he will retain Vorlon
Walker from the Cubs' now de-
funct rotating head coach system.
Durocher's other two aices will
be Whitey Lockman and Fred
Fitzsimmons.
Klein Out
There were no immediate plans

for Lou Klein, who served as head
coach of the Cubs in their eighth
place finish last year.
Durocher's initial appearance at
a news conference called by Hol-
land ignited an atmosphere un-
known in Wrigley Field for the
last 19 years during which the
Cubs have been mired in the bot-
tom bracket.
Holland said it was a straight
salary deal with no bonuses or
stock involved. Shortly after he
left the New York Giants a decade
ago, rumors once had it Durocher
wouldn't returntobaseball unless
he received stock in a club.
Salary details were not re-
vealed.
Durocher ended the conference
by saying, "Gentlemen, we're go-
ing to have some fun around
here."

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Wesleyan. Considering that the probability of wining is lessening
porportionally with the decreasing number of games, we hope you
will be inspired to bigger and better selections.
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Minnesota 3 3 0 .500 202
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Chicago 3 3 0 .500 180:
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Philadelphia at Washington
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Boston 0 6 1 .000 8 176
Western Division
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Oakland 4 2 1 .667 154 116
Kansas City 3 3 1 .500 135 158
Denver 3 4 0 .429 153 166
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San Diego 34, New York 9
Sunday's Results
Oakland 30, Boston 21
Houston 38, Kansas City 39
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