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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21 1966

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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'M' Second in Big Ten Offense

- ~By Jim Tindall

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If offensive statistics meant
everything, Michigan would be
fighting it out with Purdue in a
two team Big Ten runaway. Both
teams were helped by the other's
defense as Michigan wound up
the week first in passing offense,
and second in both total passing
and rushing offense. Purdue was
second in passing and first in the
other two categories.
Individually, Michigan's fullback
Dave Fisher is the number one
rusher in the conference with 210
yards in 54 rushes. Dick Vidmer
is the number two passer with 386
yards behind Illinois' Bob Na-
ponic's 394. In contrast to this,
Purdue's league leading statistics
have been compiled with their,
leading rusher, Perry Williams,
number ten and their passer, Bob
Griese, number five. Last year,
Fisher was eighth in rushing and
Griese was number one while Vid-
mer, the only other letterman, was
not among the top ten.,
Passing Leader 1
For both conference contests,1
Michigan has averaged 193 yards
or 5.8 yards per play passing to
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Purdue's 157 yards a game and ing the pack with a 41.1 average
6.8 yards per completion. In rush- on 14 efforts.
ing, where per play average deter- In other news, the Associated
mines the leader, Purdue led 3.7 Press screening board has listed
to 3.5, while in total offense, Pur- Jack Clancy with Dave Fisher as
due averaged 4.7 yards per play potential All-Americans. Clancy
to the Wolverines' 4.5, although is now tied for the national lead in
the Boilermakers are behind in pass receiving;.
yards per game, 327 to 321.
In total defense, the only defen-
sive category listed, surprising
Wisconsin leads with a tight 2.9 r
ya d e l y al w d ol wdby Illinois' 3.2. Neither M ichigan
yards per play allowed, followed
or Purdue appear in the top five. K
Michigan State's renowned bal-
ance is exhibited by the position
of the undefeated Spartans as
number three in total offense, total
defense, and rushing offense. As
expected, they are not in the top It's a long way to the windup
five in passing. of the National Basketball Asso-
Detwiler Leading Scorer Iciation race next March, but you
In Big Ten scoring Jim Detwiler have to stay bully for the start of
is tied for the lead with 18 points the league's new entry, the CHI-
on three touchdowns with Illinois CAGO BULLS.
quarterback Naponic. The Bulls faced the San Fran-
*uPunting is another strong point ciscoWarriors last night munch-
for the Wolverines with Stan ing a string of three straight vic-
Kemp, despite the one that was tories since their NBA debut at
blocked in the Purdue game, lead- St. Louis last Saturday night. The
surprising start of a team culled
= © 0 0 0 O Q from secondary players from
other NBA members has delighted
OCoach John Kerr and probably
ESembarrassed Coach Richie Guerin
O of the St. Louis Hawks who crack-
ed before the season Chicago will
be lucky to win ten games in this
league.
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The Year of the Dragon,
E And the Thought of the Jug
(Anda ow children, sippa youra coffee anda sing.
"Ho ho, ho. you and me,
Little Brown Jug, I eat there too. (repeat)
"They" say the "Jug," isin a walnut box all lined with velvet and
things cause It's: priceless you know, but on one has seen it is in years.
The "jug" disappeared long times ago, and every year the coaches
pass -arpund a hermetically sealed box chocked full of old Dailies
instead., People are afraid to look inside Pandora's box, to see if
the truth might really be true. Who has the little jugaroonie, you say?
Come closer. Pssst.. It's-in the steam tunnels.
The real Jug was bought for 20c, myth has it, but so what?
You cas buy a cup of coffee for 15c, "So what's the difference,"
you aska me. "Five cents. Ha, ha, whoo. He, he, he, whoo he, I
eat there too. string on the Irish lady with her dancing dogs."
No one cares'about the replacement for the putty jug that was
stupidly broken'that was used cause Minnesota plays dirty and might
have tried to put llama dung in our drinking water that was so tradi-
tional. that it was left at the game and was left in somebody's office
for five years before anyone knew what to do with it. That's the truth,
so help me Jug.
ONCE-UPON A TIME a student with bald hair was driving down
a street and he threw a bottle out of his carriage and you know that
it broke into a-Zillion pieces and then they tried to put it all back
together again but they couldn't and then they built a restaurant
on the verr spot, where they broke the jug and they called it the
"Little Brown Jug."
"Ho,"ho hee, you and me
Little Brown Jug, I eat there too."
You ean find the jtig if ya wanna. Uh huh you can too, butcha
gotta- follow die-rectiOns. You go down to Yost and you turn left
at the fiirst star'and you fly as straight as you can until morning
then you tifrn upside down at the sun and reach the magic word
for the day is something commonly found in a doorknob, then you
turn arouitl and-there- it is in all its ugly glory-a box of Dailies
with years and sdores all over 'em.
Anda so you can't - ever see' it children, but we canna sing about
it once more.: - - ,

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Q " Paint Kits-We gift wrap. Also wrap for
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Daily Classifieds Get Results

MAJOR PROGRAMS NOW UNDER WAY:
PLOWSHARE-Industrial and scientific uses of
nuclear explosives. WHITNEY-Nuclear weapons for
national defense. SHERWOOD-Power production
from controlled thermonuclear reactions. BIOMEDI-
CAL-The effects of radioactivity on man and his en-
vironment. SPACE REACTOR-Nuclear power
reactors for space explorations...far-reaching pro-
grams utilizing the skills of virtually every scientific
and technical discipline.

The LOS ANGELES DODGERS,
fresli off of a four game whip-
ping at the hands of newly crown-
ed World Champion Balitmore
Orioles, arrived in Japan yester-
day on their first visit - to the
Orient in ten years. They.start an
18-game series against Japanese
baseball teams tomorrow.
The Dodgers flew in from Ha-
waii where they swept a two-game
series from an Hawaiian All-Star
team. Claude Osteen will start for
the National League champs to-
morrow, a team that is missing
ace hurlers Don Drysdale and
Sandy Koufax who refused to
make the trip.
Two hellos and one good-bye
were said by coach George Wilson
of the MIAMI DOLPHINS this
week. Wilson said-hello to COOK-
IE GILCHRIST, the bad boy of
football, who was picked up on
waivers from the Denver'-Broncos,
a team that incidentally lost to
the baby Dolphins earlier this
year.
Miami's coach also picked up
6'5" 265-pound defensive end
EARL FAISON from the San
Diego Chargers. Faison, who play-
ed out his three-option last year,
said he would have departed the
Chargers sooner except for a pro
football "machine" that controls
player movements.
Wilson said his good-byes to
RICK CASARES, one of pro foot-
ball's all-time greats who played
most of his career with the Chi-
cago Bears. Casares was placed- on
waivers by the Dolphins to make
room for Gilchrist.
SCORES
IM FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS
Independent
Championship
Dusobs 3, Bears 6
PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIES
Championship
Draft Dodgers 14, Law Club 6.
Second .Place Playoff -
PTP 1, Delta Sigma Delta 0 (-vt)
Third Place Playoff
Phi Rho Epsilon 28, PAD 0 -
Unorganized Publications League
DAILY 13, Michiganensian 7

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The Liftle Brwn;ug..- Ho, Ho, Hee
"My wife and I live all alone
In a- little log hut-we call our own
She loves gin and I love rum.
I tell you what we've lots of fun!
Chorus: "Ha, ha,'ha, you and me
Little brown jug don't I love thee? (repeat)
"It's you that mak-esne wear old clothes,
It's'youthat -caused all my woes.
yomR)Jfu I got this bright red nose
Tip-Mtr up, and down she goes.
CH'ORUS>d Ha. .,
"If'I' had cow that gave such milk
1y d rss her'in the finest og silk
Feed her on the choicest hay
And milk her forty times a day.
Chgrus: Ha, h Pha, you -and me,
LittleBrown Jug. E eat there too.
I swear to Jug I do.
HouseK'SFootballMerger

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THE NEW CHRISTY MNSTRELS.

WASNGTONd (R-The House
yesterday. granted the National
and American Football Leagues
the antitrust imunity they wanted
to go ahead with their merger into
one leagpe. -
In approving .the meiger, the
House-turned down a final protest
by Rep. Emanuel- Celler (D-NY),
chairman of, the- Judiciary Com-
mitte,, who wanted to probe- its
possible repercussions in extensive
hearings. '
Final Senate -approval is needed
to send the measure to the White
House; but that will just be-a for-
mality. The, -Senate has already
passed the legislation twice unani-
mously.

As outlined by the leagues last
June, the merger =plan calls for
expansion of the present 24-team
operation into a 26-team league by
1968, with possibly two more fran-
chises to be awarded before the
merger is actually completed in
1970.
There would be two immediate
developments, however. Competi-
tion for the top college players
would be ended, so the combined
leagues could operate a common
draft of talent this winter. And on
Jan.. 7, the champions of the two
leagues would meet in a playoff
game, probably in either Southern
California or Florida.

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Enclosed is my check or money order in the amount of $ for
seats to the U.S. Ski Team Benefit Show on Nov. 3rd as follows:
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