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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14,1966

VAGE SIX TUE MICHIGAN DAIIA WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 14. 1988

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TV RNTALWoody Hopes To Tune in Title I
By DIANE DREYFUSS roan at Ohio State befoc2 which threat bath with the long bom b Past injuries may liaie some. f
What name strikes terror in the'the Big Ten coaches may end up and thie lhort run. offoct on fullback Palil Hud sona
heats f Bg Tn fotbll oacescringing. The Buckeye offensive IBoth end Bill Anders antijhalf- a'td left halfback Rudy Hubbard.
heats f Bg en ootal coche kunt has awesome potential with an jback Bo Rein rate as excreptionul Huds;on has been praise I as the'
and causes them to cringe when? etOL okr iteyarbtnerior InMe averaging 234 lbs. pass handlers, should Long ever esOSbocrintneasbuc
N the ea s o the ose? therv Rid expect Hayes to re- wish to launch tie pigskin. Nowliiseidn-oeadhstu(
Nl.o ee's o the Joker the Wiolf turn to his traditional ground ia ser'or, Anders led all catchers had little chance to play the pa.st f.
It's ferocious Woody Hayes, hea'l gamie after the Don Unverferth on tne squad in his sophomore tw , :'ats. Hubbard was slated for r
of te Oio tat Bukeys. hisera Opponents can look forward year and last year caught 25 of 27 regulr duty last year, but a slow-
othOhoSaeBcee.Tt lto rcxt&cive power and great pase Io 4 healing knee operation prevented p
director of gridiron personnel has p efo24 yards. h g rmsen reun cin
guided his teams to an amazing . Rein, the only letterman re-
Nejac T Rentals conference record of 70 wins, 12 Long Passes turning to the backfield, has been The Buckeye backfieid, rein-
$10.00losses, and 6 ties in his 15 Years Bill Long will serve as quiarter~ termed one of the finest pass re- ;forced by sophomores, will per-r
month 662 -5671 ~~~~~as shaper of the OSU destiny. iback for~ Hayes' herd. A talented ceivers in Ohio State history. Hle fai nt behind an Impressive tinepeP rOny o e fhi tam in h tp se, og' aral bltes ilrp aedy aks htgetcthLd yhlovr ake MkeC -
span lost more than three gamnes probably be bypassed in favor of and in total offense averaged 5.3 rent, All-Big Ten cancer Ray
in a season. 1his foot speed. Thus, although yards; per carry during the past Pryoi, and last year's top frosh
Coach IMayes is not the only only a sophomore, Long is a dual season. lineman - tackle Dave Foley,
s, fi .9>!.yr . .",.5 i/.. .,.: i * f: kVl~~+AV7.~ < ~ : :.:! i. w...tl.\
PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
DES ANN R R WANT A.~A
HAR A"OKUN G NGRESSMAN?
WES VIVIAN, your U.S. Congressman, has been recorded present'
and voting for 90.1% of the roll call votes since he took office
as your Representative in Washington.
W ~What is his opponent's record in Lanusing2?O
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ITHE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ;t
-I STATE OF MICHIGAN I 16i!
LANSING "'I
Joseph J. Kowalski, Speaker rI
,~August 30, 1966 I
I It
j ~ Mr. Robert W. Carrj
Campaign Coordinator I.
l1317 Granger Avenue I a
1 . Ann Arbor, MichiganI
I Dear Mr. Carr:I
1, In response to your letter of August 25 requestingN
verification of your research on the voting record ;
E of State Representative Marvin Esch, my staff has s
1 completed checking your work.I
j ~ We found your statistics correct. Rep. Esch failedj
Ito vote on 345 out of 1,097' roll call votes recorded I
Iin 1965. Rep. Esch failed to vote on 542 out of I
j 1,046 roll call votes recorded in 1966 through
J une 29.w
IBest wishes.

Sincerely yours I '4
.
I f<
I I 3F
I OSEPH J.KOWALSKI I .s'
.I. SpeakerI
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ESCH--59.2%attendance (one of the worst records in the Mich-
igan House of Representatives) .
V IV IAN-90.1 % attendance (one of the best records in the United;y
States House of Representatives)
E VIVIA - OUR .,
H~ ~ Cm T.. El lC PhhNE C5

Vit hout Aerials

Itysshould have few xx ciie
about- 24-hour protectio i.
Defensive Holes
Despite the loss of near y all tilt
defensive line through graduation.'
Ohio State can draw new strength
from the best freshman squad in
recent years.
In addition, Hayes has an ex-
perienced secondary with four de-
ftnsive backs returning.
Sfill, the Buckeyes hnvon't yet
rese,,*d seats on a Christmas '-a-
cation flight 'to Pasadettea
graduation left a gapiag hoie

n truddle of the rid.]~esl vc ine.
High on the 'Most Wanited" list
are a middle guard, a tackle and
~ arof linebackers. Only em-d
3i-%~ Bass and1 tackle U.,ry:"11111lev
v,-il1 !'e back in the pa :zhwork
Fuiik Gone
.V- ,cther key loss wars place'-ick-
er Bob Funk, who icked himself
im () the Buckeye recordbooks last
y m: w Nhen lhe converged 16 PAT's
and whammed seven field goals
through the uprights.
And to help Woody keep his
coat on, three of w 'un&'s boots
provided winning mrargins in
OSU~s 7-2 record. Posiible replace-
ments include junior Gary Cairns,
who has clever kicked in a game.
and sophomore Bill Powers, who
didn't play football in high school.
When viewed as a whole, the
Buckeyes present a formidible
team. Hayes promises to return to
a ground game, explaining, "We'll
not pass. A passing :e~un has never
won the Big Ten titl~e." However,
with a versatile quarterback such
as Long, one can never be certain.
The defense is inexperienced,
but sophomores who will find the
N les demonstrated last year that
they~ are packed with potential.
As usual, the conferenice coach -
e~s have much to fear from Hayes
and his Buckeye athletes.

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t

40

WOODY HAYES

Miiller Wins Fourth Crown

Michigan trampolinist Wayre
MIiller climaxed a fantastic year
last week by capturing first prize
in the Fahrbach-Schuster comn-
petition in Salzgitten, Germany,
w.ith~ an almost flawless perform-
ance.
Miller put on such an amazing
display that, four of the five
udges, gave him the perfect score
of 10, an almost unheard-of feat
in gymnastics. The overflow crowd
wvas so impressed that it gave
Miller a rousing, 10-minute stand-
ing ovation.
The competition for first place
was the stiffest imaginable, with
58 of the foremost, trampolinists
from all over the world battling
hIead-to-head.
The triumph at aalgitten es-
tablished Miller as the first to ever
;ake trampolining's "B~ig Four." In
addition to this victory, he earn -
e'd the NCAA, National A.A.U. and
World titles. Miller also led Mich-
igan's gymnastic team o their
sixth straight Big Ten champion-

ship: this past winter and sparked
the Wolverines to a fifth place
finish in the NCA 3 tournament.
C rely a second-semrester sopho-
rnxc-e Miller has tw:) years of ijg
Text eligibility remaining.'
.Billboard
An organizational meeting for
all those interested in freshman
track and cross country will be
held tonight at 7:30 in the Ath-
letic Administration. Build?1g,
Hoover and State.
A very brief meeting of the
Ann Arbor Track Club will be
held tonight at 5:1B in the 'M'
room of Yost Fidel I.louse.
Those who are unable to attend
may contact Acting President.
Charles Snygg at 761-2707.

4!

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for
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Petitions avai lable at
1546 SAB
through Sept. 16
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INFORIMATION ON
GRADUATE FELLOWSHIPS
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Graduate Student Council, announces an open
meeting for undergradutate and graduate students
interested in graduate fellowships for 1967-68.
Campus faculty representatives will describe the
major fellowship programs, including:
University of Michigan Fellowships
National Defense Education Act
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