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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By Jim Tindall
I would like to thank the one person who wrote me a birthday
card on this momentous day. The day on which I reach adulthood.
Yup, itsa mya birthday today. Hox, ho, ho, hee, hee, whoo...
I have no really Polonius-like advice for those youngsters on
campus who have not reached drinking-voting-contract signing age,
but I would say this: pick River Falls (6-1-1) this week over Stout
State (3-5) . . I got the dope in an exclusive interview.with Stout
State Bluedevil Coach Max Sprager.
So far I have received one Cameron plaid scarf, and one
card. Not a mammoth total I grant you, but the late returns are
still rolling in. My Linus-like convictions will not be shaken by
delays in our postal routes. The Great Cake will rise up out of
the rhubarb patch and flop round leaving me presents in all of
the drawers and shelves.
Tonight I plan a party for one in my hermit-like room. One at
a time I will burn 21 candles, and then one more to grow fat on.
In a dramatic climax to a preposterous evening, I will cuddle with
a few books on Asian philosophy. No carousing. No Bell party. Such
self-denial. Such a day!
I get a wish though-a birthday wish--and I will choose
only one from column "A" and one from pile "B": I wish that I
will get a whole lot more birthday cards . . that I didn't have a
take-home final . . . that the little gray people in the library
might be isued new red paisley coats . . . that Michigan might
win two more ... that I were 22 instead ... that some Poli Sci
teachers would read their own exams .. . that the Econ Building
might be pink-and-phelgm striped ... that everyone might enjoy
being 21, someday . . that I had time to get completely, lugu-
briously, limabeanly smashed.
From pile "B" I already got my wish: screens for the Coliseum.
I would like to thank the Board of Control of Intercollegiate
Athletics for acting in'this matter, and installing a four foot high
link fence around the Michigan ice. All that remains now is for the
players to get used to them, and figure out a way to keep from having
their heads broken open on the posts. Granted, going to games won't
ever be as exciting again, but think of the pucks we'll save!
In summary, I love cards and presents, but the valiant only
taste of death but once, or You gots shoes, I gots shoes, but I have
Jeans.
GRID SELECTIONS
Because of the tremendous interest being generated in this
weekend's River Falls-Stout State encounter, intrepid Daily reporter
Milo Minute spent all day yesterday tracking down information to
aid grid pickers in choosing their favorite.
It took three hours for him to get through-mainly because the
telephone operators refused to believe that Menomonie, Wis., its
home, actually existed. But he finally reached Sports Director Gary
D. Yeast. When asked to comment on SSU's chances, Yeast said,
"We will rise to the occasion."
Can you? Come to 420 Maynard and try by filling out an entry.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Northwestern at MICHIGAN California at Army
(score) Georgia at Auburn
Purdue at Minnesota Florida State at Syracuse
iia I nTexas A&Mat Rice
Michigan State at Indiana Air Force at North Carolina
Wisconsin at Illinois Brigham Young at Utah
Ohio State at Iowa Iowa State at Kansas State
Southern Methodist at Arkansas Washington at Oregon State
Mississippi at Tennessee Navy at Vanderbilt
Missouri At Oklahoma Clemson at Maryland
Princeton at Yale River Falls at Stout State

Glancy
By The Associated Press
Michigan State has been leading
the Big Ten since the beginning
of the season, but it wasn't until
this week that they produced an
individual leader in the Big Ten
statistics. Even so. itwas Mich-
igan and Illinois which came up
with conference record-breakers.
The league office reported that
Jack Clancy, Michigan's superb
split end, has set a new Big Ten
mark with 41 pass receptions in
five loop games. The Wolverine
senior also leads in national sta-
tiistics with 67 catches for 932
yards, 14 receptions better than
his nearest pursuer, Jim Bierne of
Purdue.
The other new record is 192
yards on pass interceptions by
Bruce Sullivan of Illinois on only
four steals. His returns include

Sets Pass Mark
tosses for 852 yards and seven back seven punts for a 20.9 aver-
touchdowns. age. Kickoff returns, however, has
Purdue's Bob Griese, runner-up an outsider in the lead. Leroy
to Vidmer in passing, tops the Keyes of Purdue has returned
league in total offense with 975 seven for a 27-yard average.
yards gained on both passing and The important category of in-
rushing. dividual scoring finds Michigan's
Getting His Kicks Jim Detwiler keeping ahead of the
Other departmental leaders find pack. "The Diesel" has scored 48
Wolverines holding down three of points on eight touchdowns.
the next four offensive categories.
Stan Kemp, Michigan punter, SCORES
leads all booters with 30 for a NHL
40-yard average. Boston 3, New York 3 (tie)
Punt returns finds Wolverine Toronto 3, Montreal 2
Rick Sygar in the lead. The Mich- NBA
igan senior safetyman has run New York 103, Chicago 98
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another of 93 yards, both for
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Best Rusher
Michigan State's Clint Jones,
piling up a single game total of
268 yards against Iowa, wrested
the rushing lead from Dave Fisher
of Michigan with a six-game total
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Illinois,. dropped to third with 374
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The University should cease the compilation of class ranks to be used by
the Selective Service.
The University should continue the compilation of class ranks to be used
by the Selective Service.
PART II
1. Regarding drafting of men into the armed forces I would prefer that:
1. All able-bodied males must serve.

2. Only some able-bodied males randomly selected by lottery must
serve with no deferments granted.
3. Only some able-bodied males, chosen on a selective basis, must
serve with deferments granted for: (if this is your choice select
one or more of the below)
a, critical skills
b. completion of education
c. all married men
d. only married men with children
e. other (specify)
4. The government should not conscript for military or non-military
service. (If you choose this alternative do not answer 11.)

SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BOB McFARLAND

ALL-AMERICA PUNTER?
Kemp Kicking His Way Toward Honors

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By The Associated Press
College football specialists, often
overlooked in the pressured hunt
for All-America candidates, are:
making their mark in the Midwest
this season. The AP's Midwest All-
America screening board cited
several players whose positions
are not even mentioned on start-
4ing lineup cards.
Among these was Stan Kemp,
Michigan's punter. A Wolverine
walk-on, he leads the Big Ten
with an overall average of 40.2
yards on 44 punts.
Board Member Clank Stoppels
of the Grand Rapids Press com-
mented: "Kemp may not get the
headlines to match the boys who

run, throw, or catch the ball, but
he merits post-season honors as a
specialist in the fine art of kick-
ing which is regaining prominence
in college football."
Shifty Schoen
Notre Dame safetyman Tom
Schoen also was listed. The con-
verted Irish quarterback has re-
turned 25 punts for 241 yards and
four interceptions for 37 yards.
Last week he ran 63 yards for a
touchdown with a punt return
against Pittsburgh.
Others listed who deserve the
specialist category include MSU's
Al Brenner and Frank Waters,
punt return and kickoff return

men respectively; defensive backs
Bruce Sullivan and Phil Knell of
Illinois; and safety Tom Schinke
of Wisconsin.
Sullivan and Knell pace the Big
Ten in interceptions

I prefer a system in which all those chosen:
Should serve in the armed forces.
Should be able to serve in the armed forces or have forms of alter-
native government approved service open to them in lieu of serving
in the armed forces.
TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 16, 1966
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
VOTE-NOV. 16
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