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PAG SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1966

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PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAiLY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1966

presents SOPH SHOW '66
"How To Succeed in Business
Without Realg Trying"
Nov. 10, 11 & 12, 8:00, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Tickets: Nov. 10, $1.75 & $2.00
Nov. 11 & 12, $2.00 & $2.25
THE DEADLINE for block ticket applications HAS BEEN CHANGED to
Monday, October 31, at 12:00 noon, at the Soph Show Office at the
Michigan League.
BLOCK TICKET DRAWING
TUESDAY, November 1, 4:00, SOPH SHOW OFFICE
A representative fromeach group desiring block tickets
must be present at the drawing.k

AP POLL:
Irish Solidify Hold on First

THE JUNIOR CIRCUIT
By CLARK NORTON

Notre Dame is batting a solid seventh. The Cornhuskers just got
.780 in the weekly Associated Presspast Colorado 21-19, while theI
college footbal poll. Gators thumped LSU 28-7.
The Irish gained 32 of a possi- Arkansas took the ninth slot
ble 41 first place ballots in the from Purdue with a 4-10 rout of;
voting of a national panel of
sportswriters and broadcasters
and remain in front of the Top
jTen. jI f
Notre Dame trounced Okla-,
homa, ranked number ten last
week, 38-0, scoringall its points
in the middle two quarters. Michi-
gan State was denied the national
lead for the second consecutive
Sweek d e s p i t e its impressive
squelching for Purdue, 41-20.
UCLA remained third, followed
by defending champion Alabama,
Southern California, and USC.
Gary Beban led the Bruins to vic-
tory over California 28-15, while
the Crimson Tide drowned Van- >
derbilt 42-6. The Trojans whipped
Clemson 30-0, as Georgia Tech THIS WEEK'S WINNIN
downed Tulane 35-17.-
Nebraska, seventh a week ago, Stepping bravely out of oblivi
slipped a notch to number eight, are a pair of local newly-weds, M
and Florida stepped up one to Haven Hall. Mr. Bartlett, a stat
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Wichita State, while 0
vacated spot went to
Sovage's old favorites,
on the basis of its 35-10
of Utah State.

klahoma's
Jim La-
Wyoming
walloping

Accomplished Duffersy
Who Lose With Style

-JECTIONS

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on and into the Grid Picks spotlight
Jr. and Mrs. Hugo Bartlett of 6969
istical psychologist, did a disserta-
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jointly with BETH ISRAEL CONGREGATIONAL
SABBATH SERVICE
Friday, October 28
This Week Only at 7:30 P.M.
*Symposium on

The Top Ten, with first place
votes in parenthese, won-lost rec-
ords and total points on a 10-9-8-
7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis:
1. Notre Dame (32) 5-0 397
2. Michigan State (5) 6-0 364
3. UCLA (2) 6-0 310
4. Alabama (1) 5-0 272i
5. Southern Calif. (1) 6-0 247
6. Georgia Tech 6-0 186
7. Florida 5-0 172
8. Nebraska 6-0 151
9. Arkansas 5-1 50
10. Wyoming 6-0 31
Others receiving votes, listed
alphebetically: Baylor, Georgia,
Harvard, Miami of Florida, Miami
of Ohio, Mississippi, Purdue,
Southern Methodist, Syracuse,
Tennessee, Texas A&M. "
Billboard
Anyone interested in serving
as -an IM basketbiall official
should contact Earl Riskey in
the IM Building. A preliminary
meeting will be held soon. Pay
rate is $1.50 per game.

Lion on "rr c s ana ne nomia i eorem" severai years ago
but had never won until he went 7-13 this week. His wife, the former
Suzy Coed, Homecoming Queen of 1964, is a buxomless, blond teach-
ing fellow who ser'ves as Bartlett's "Secretary in Residence."
Asked for the secret of his success "Sir Hugo" replied with
candor "Suzy did it all. If only she was housebroken."
(Incidentally the real Grid Picks winner was a bachelor, Harry
Bloch, of the Daily's Business Staff, who had a 17-3 record.),
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

MICHIGAN at Wisconsin
Illinois at Purdue
Indiana at Iowa
Ohio State at Northwestern
Utah at Arizone State
Bowling Green at Miami (O)
Wake Forest at Clemson
Oklahoma at Colorado
Baylor at TCU
Yale at Dartmouth

Washington at Stanford
Mississippi at LSU
Missouri at Nebraska
South Carolina at Maryland
Texas at SMU
Tulane at Vanderbilt
Kentucky at West Virginia
Georgia Tech at Duke
St. John's at Gustavus Adolphus

"'God

Is Dead' Theology and Judaism"

RABBI BERNARD MARTIN
Central Committee of American Rabbis (Reform)
RABBI RICHARD L. RUBENSTEIN
Hillel Director, University of Pittsburgh
RABBI SEYMOUR SIEGEL
Associate Professor of Theology, Jewish Theological Seminary, New York
Oneg Shabbat Will Follow
JOHN PLANER, Cantor
With an Augmented Choir under the direction of STEVEN OVITSKY
JOAN SPITZER at the Organ
*at 8:30 (Special Service Begins Promptly at 7:30)

I don't really have anything against winners. They have their
place, just like Robert Welch, 8 o'clocks, and the comic strip "Nancy."
If the "Grand 01' Opry" can stick around I guess I can put up with
the Celtics. Watching a Packer game is better than listening to "My
Boy Lollipop."
I'm just glad somebody has to lose. Accomplished duffers have
class. Great athletes bore me.
Sandy Koufax is no fun because you can't see the ball when
he pitches it. When Johnny Unitas plays there aren't enough
interceptions. After Jerry West shoots, there's no fight for a
rebound.
First I have to confess that I have lousy taste. The first time
I heard Mrs. Miller sing I thought they were broadcasting from the
Met. I always pick Bert Parks to be Miss America. I was the first
on my block to put a Stassen sticker on my Edsel. I like to watch
LBJ on TV.
My favorite athlete is Jake Wood. Wood has better range than
any other second baseman in the American League. When he's
singing the National Anthem.
No one can accuse Wood of practicing discrimination. After he
threw the ball to the first baseman once, he decided everybody else
shoud have a chance to. Fortunately he had to catch another ball
before he could throw one, and that took a week.
In a double play situation, the runner coming down from
first doesn't try to take Jake out of the play. He'd rather have
him throw the ball. When Jake gets ready to throw, the first
baseman turns the other way, hoping for a carom off the wall.
Start and Stop Driving
Wood is obviously a rose among thorns. But race driver Ronnie
Duman ranks close to Jake in my affections. Duman is the only
Indianapolis "500" driver who is an odds-on favorite every year not
to get his car started. Two years in a row he failed to finish the
first lap. Floyd Patterson would be envious.
When Duman enters the racetrack grounds, the Red Cross de-
clares the whole city a disaster area. When he climbs in his car,
not even the ambulance driver sticks around. Lloyd's of London
won't insure his mechanic because they're afraid Duman will run
over him when he makes a pit stop. If Sports Illustrated ever put
Duman on its cover, he'd be lucky not to collide with the pace car.
Duman is the only race driver that reporters interview by trotting
along side him when he's going full throttle. He's still trying to break
the four minute mile.
Jimmy Rayl used to be my favorite sports figure until he
graduated from Indiana University three years ago. Rayl was a
6'3" 145-pound basketball guard who shot from midcourt if he
thought he was going to have to pass the ball. He set one Big Ten
record for scoring, another for assists. Assisting the other team
win games.
Defense and Play-Pens .. .
Rayl is the only player to attempt platoon basketball. He still
thinks "defense" is a wooden thing you build around your back yard
to keep your kids from running off. Indiana had a zone which was
labeled two-two-and a prayer. The only time Rayl got down to the
other end of the court was when they switched goals at the half.
Rayl shot so much they finally asked him why. He confessed it
was because he didn't know how to dribble.
Enough for individual glories. A team that collectively stinks
is worth a thousand autographed pictures of Harry Gilmer.
I don't go for the Mets. When losing becomes institutionalized,
it loses its glamor.
Give me the Astros. The team is incidental here. It's the
stadium that fascinates me. What can be better than artificial
grass to rate Manager Grady Hatton cover story in Better Homes
and Gardens? The Astros don't need a ground crew, they need
interior decorators. If a batted bafl got caught under the artificial
turf, it could literally turn into an inside the park home run.
Wall to Wall Baseball .. .
The Astrodome is the only sports arena with wall-to-wall carpet-
ing. Every Saturday morning the player's wives vacuum clean the
infield. Next year the Astros get their choice of stripes, checks, or
flowers.
Houston has had some great moments. Like the time Jimmy
Wynn misjudged two fly balls in a row by 50 feet. Even Willie Davis
couldn't say he lost the ball against a ceiling.
The important thing is that you lose with style. The Pistons
aren't worth-watching because they don't blow games, they just get
clobbered.
I'd like to see Joe Don Looney be mane coach of the Lions.
I think Bo Belinsky would make a great baseball commissioner.
Ralph Houk gets my comeback of the year award.
I can't help it. My friends think
I'm warped. When I was a kid
I read Marquis de Sade instead of
WELCOME Donald Duck. DaleCarnegie leaves
me cold.I used to bet on Lar
STUDENTS Daly.
Well, it's time to make out my

Hours Open annual predictions on the NBA.
MON.-SAT. Let's see, first I get out my War-
from R-O 0 ren G. Harding pencil ....

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Professional Football

... AND AFTER

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Western Division
W L T Pct.Pts.

Green Bay 6
Baltimore 4F
San Francisco 3
Los Angeles 4
Chicago 3;
Detroit 2;
Minnesota 1?
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1 1 .800 214
2 0 .667 185
3 0 .571 150
3 0 .571 147
4 1 .200 112
5 1 .167 100
7 0 .000 78

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Philadelphia
Washington
Pittsburgh
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Cleveland at Atlanta
Baltimore at Los Angeles
Green Bay at Detroit
Pittsburgh at Dallas'
San Francisco at Minnesota
NEXT MONDAY'S GAME
Chicago at St. Louis (n)
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Division

W L T Pet. P
New York 4 2 1 .667:
Boston 3 2 1 .600:
Buffalo 3 3 1 .500
Houston 3 4 0 .429:
Miami 2 5 0 .286:
Western Division
Kansas City 5 2 0 .714a
San Diego 4 2 1 .667
Oakland 4 3 0 .571
Denver 1 6 0 .143

Pts. OP
149 122
127 146
168 164
184 146
116 185
237 137
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SUNDAY'S RESULTS SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 31, New York 3 Oakland 24, New York 21
Green Bay 56, Atlanta 3 Boston 35, San Diego 17
Cleveland 30, Dallas 21 Miami 20, Houston 13
San Francisco 27, Detroit 24 Kansas City 56, Denver 10
Chicago 17, Los Angeles 10 NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Baltimore 20, Minnesota 17 Oakland at Boston
Washington 26, St. Louis 20 Buffalo at New York
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES Houston at Kansas City
Washington at Philadelphia Denver at San Diego

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