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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. NOlVE~MBER .1969'

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By GRAYLE HOWLETT "Nobody really likes ties.. I did tradition. And O'Brien did become'
EA Special To The Daily not think about the consequences somewhat of a hero by directing
t EAST ANSING - Ben Sch- of a tie. I thought one team would the Irish to a touchdown and a
wartzwalder's famous line about win. I thought we would be that field goal, but most of the glamor
ties is that "it's like kissing your team," Parseghian said when it is taken away when you. have to
sister." Yesterday's 10-10 tie be- was his turn. say "that he led his team to a tie."
DweewMihiase-it aeland Nitre Not glowing quotes but what can Jimmy Raye is a running quar-
orse-it was like kiss- you expect after a tie. It leaves terback for the Spartans and not
ing Bubba Smith. a bad taste in everybody's mouth. a passing one," the consensus of
Never has so much been staked The funny part about it was the press was, but Raye set up
on one game for so little. A tie. Ita he e hfnypartygurata
sixty minutes of football between that the game had so many great
the number one and number two stories-if only it wouldn't have
ranked teams in the nation which ended in a tie.
settled nothing. It, was like putting On Notre Dame's second series,
Hertz against Avis and not find- of downs, Irish quarterback Terry
ing out who tries harder. Hanratty rolled to the outside on
It was an afternoon which pro- a quarterback draw, and was
duced no postgame show from dy- bounced down by Bpbba Smith
- - --------- and Charley Thornhill. He was
SCORING also bounced out of the game and
KenneyCae>.e the 1966 season with a shoulder
MSU-FG Kenney (47 yards). separation. Nick Eddy, already out
ND-Gladieux (34 yard pass), Az-. with a bruised shoulder, was a
taro (kick).supien-taer
ND-FG Azzaro (28 yards).supien-taer
---s-uEverything was dumped onto the
namic Ara Parseghian, Notre shoulders of a 19-year-old sopho-
Dame coach, and witty Duffy more named Coleman (Coley)
Daugherty - only two sombre O'Brien, a true Irishman mind
dressing rooms. you, not a Nick Pietrosante or a
"I think the score was indica- Nick Rassas but an O'Brien. It
tive of the two teams," Daugherty looked like Notre Dame had found
commented, another way to win a game on
NOTRE DAME'S JOE AZZARO
...: . ..fourth quarter to give the
- aMichigan State. MSU's George t
fully to block the kick.

both of the Spartan scores with caught Dick Kenney's punt on the 1Cavender, subbing for Bob
passes. You can forget that lead Irish 30. O'Brien then conspicu- plunged over from the fou
too because Raye's passing just ously held on to the ball and ran plays after Raye began th
set up a tie. out the time. State accused Notre with a 42 yard bomb to
Nobody's a hero in a tie but it Dame of settling for a tie, but Washington.
looks like Parseghian might be a Parseghian had other words for Dick Kenney added th
goat. With less than two minutes it. point and was also aroundt
in the game, Tom Schoen, who "We had the ball," Ara started, a 47 yard field goal wh
spells his name the hard way (it slumped against a locker and State drive bogged downc
is pronounced 'Shane'), fair- barely audible to the ten deep 32. Raye and Washington
gallery of sportswriters, "and I teamed up, this time wit
wasn't going to give up a tre- yarder to set up the three
mendous effort. We didn't throw Outside of these two
because of Kenney's kicking abil- State was never' really pos
ity (already he had booted one to score. Daughtery agreed
from the 37). We wanted a first----
down and better field position The Michigan Rugby Club
where an interception wouldn't in the Western division o
have set up a sure field goal." Southwest Ontario Ru
_ The Michigan State football Union, will host second
players had different things to say - Windsor today at 2:30 atI
about it too. Field to decide the Di
"They really disappointed me by champ. If Michigan wi
going for a tie," roverback George ties today, they will fac
Webser commented.vWe kept Eater division champs
screaming at them over the line tatively on Dec. 3 for theI
whether they wanted to tie or not. championship..
Apparently they did."
"They won't lose anything by never had field position.
tying us," Raye offered, "because 'what cost us the win. But
they play next week. I guess they a magnificent football gan
figured that we were number two -tween two fine teams. Fr
and we were the ones that had to sidelines you could apprecia
gQ for the win." intensity of both teams."
Daugherty refused to comment, State's 10-0 lead seemedt
saying that it wasn't his depart- the Irish back, and they pr
ment, but moments later said that went 54. yards in four pla
'with about 3:55 left in the game their first score. O'Brien th
we had the ball fourth and one on yards to Bob Gladieux, n
-Associated Press our 29 and we went for it." Bob Bleier, and 34 to Glad
boots a 28-yard field goal early After a scoreless first quarter cut the margin to 10-,7 at th
Irish the 10-10 equalizer against Michigan State got some action Late in the thirdq
Chatles (82) attempts unsuccess- out of the scoreboard when Regis O'Brien's passing drove th
ARKANSASUPSET:

b Apisa from their own 20 to the Spartan
ir nine 21 and when the team's changed
e drive sides for the fourth quarter, Joe
o Gene Azzaro's 28 yarder gave the 80,011
spectators and the 700 people
e extra there on working passes the 10-10
to boot tie.
en the "I don't know who should be
on the disappointed," Ara stated, "but

again
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points,
times,
sitioned
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place
wines
vision
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ays for
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ieux to
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quarter
e Irish

I'm proud of our boys the way
they came back. When you lose all
those guys-Eddy didn't play,
Hanratty was out with a separated
shoulder, Brian Stenger got knock-
ed down, (center George) Goed-
deke and Gladieux both were in-
jured-well, you've got to be proud
of them."
Late in the game, Schoen set up
scoring possibilities with two in-
terceptions in Spartan territory
but Notre Dame failed tq convert
either mistake into a win as the
first drive ran out of downs and
Azarro's38 yard attempt was wide
to the right.
It looks like all those unan-
swered questions will be revived.
In a way its like that poor guy
who got up at the crack of dawn
and traveled 106 miles to go fish-
ing because he liked to fish. When
he got home happy with a day out
on a lake, but unsuccessful in
catching any fish, his wife met
him at the door saying. "you must
be crazy! You went all that way
for nothing."
A lot of sportswriters are going
to have the same problem

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By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - Quarterback
Norm Dow, filling in for the in-
jured Gary Beban, led UCLA to
an upset 14-7 victory over South-
ern California yesterday, putting
the Bruins in strong contention
for their second straight trip to
the Rose Bowl New Year's Day.
Dow had played very little until
Beban was put out of action with
a broken leg bone against Stan-
ford last week. He scoied one
touchdown and engineered the
second to break a tie in the fourth
quarter.
The triumph left No. 8-ranked
UCLA with a record of 9-1 and
3-1 in the Pacific Eight confer-
ence. The Trojans are 8-2 and
4-1 in the conference,
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Arkansas Beaten j
LUBBOCK, Tex. - Texas Tech
stunned sixth - ranked Arkansas
21-16 yesterday, dimming Razor-
back hopes for a third consecutive
Southwest Conference football
championship and a trip to the
Cotton Bowl.
Arkansas only needed to beat
the Red Raiders to clinch the title
and get the postseason bowl trip.
The season-ending loss was its
second in seven conference games:
Southern Methodist, beaten a
week ago by Arkansas, can take
all the honors by defeating Texas
Christian this week.
So what s new,
Chicken Little?
For the Chicken Littles of our world,
the sky is always falling. But there's
good reason to believe they bring this
collapsible condition on themselves-
through lack of forethought.
As far as financial security is con-
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of course. And planning includes life
insurance-which provides one of the
very best foundations for any endur-
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college men and women, specifically
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So stop by our office today and talk
to one of our trained professionals.
You'll find him pleasant, informative,
and extremelv helpful. Or give us a

SMU Wins
DALLAS, Tex.-Dennis Partee
kicked a 20-yard field goal with
18 seconds left yesterday to give
Southern Methodist a 24-22 vic-
tory over Baylor and shoot the
Methodist into first place in the
Southwest Conference football
race.
Purdue Bowls Over
LAFAYETTE, Ind-Purdue gave
Indiana one chance and then
blasted the Hoosiers 51-6 yesterday
on the passing of Bob Griese and
versatility of Leroy Keyes.
Griese completed 11 of 21 passes
for 255 yards and three touch-
downs for the Rose Bowl-bound
Boilermakers. He scoret 21 points
on two touchtowns, a 24-yard
field goal and six of seven extra
point kicks.
It was the biggest margin in
tht series between the Old Oaken
Bucket rivals since a 64-0 Purdue
triumph in 1893. .
The Big Ten voted by telegram
to send Purdue to the Rose Bowl
following the game.
'Cats Romp
EVANSTON, Ill. - Bill Melzer,
Northwestern's "walk-on" quarter-
back, passed for two touchdowns
and set up two more with his
aerials to fire the Wildcats to a
35-7 upset victory over Illinois
yesterday in a Big Ten football
finale.
The 20-year-old junior from
Clintonville, Wis., who wasn't re-

cruited, poured it on favored Illi-
nois by completing 12 of 20 passes
for 241 yards including a 55-yard A
touchdown strike to Chico Kur-
zawski which broke up a 7-7 tie
and opened up the rout.
Bruhn Cheered
MADISON, Wis. - Sophomore-
stidded Wisconsin, burning to
bring, one last hurrah to Coach
Milt Bruhn at the close of an 11-
year career, stunned Minnesota
7-6 yesterday with a fourth down
touchdown pass in the final period
Sophomore' John Ryan, rolling
out to his left, flipped three yards
to sophomore Tom McCauley, VI
alone under the goal posts, and
Tom Schinke booted the extra
point for the victory.
The aroused Cardinal-clad team
lifted Bruhn to its shoulders,
handed him the game football and
carried him off the field as a
crowd of,45,372 stood and cheered. *
It was the second straight Big
Ten loss for Minnesota which, un-
til a week ago, had harbored its
own Rose Bowl hopes this season.
SCOU ES

GRID SELECTIONS
MICHIGAN 17, Ohio State 3
Northwestern 35, Illinois 7
Purdue 51, Indiana 6
Wisconsin 7, Minnesota 6
Notre Dame 10, MSU 10
Penn State 48, Pitt 24
Oregon State 20, Oregon 15
SMU 24, Baylor 22
Wyoming 47, Brigham Young 14
Boston College 14, Massachusetts 7
Stanford 13, California 7
Tennessee 28, Kentucky 19
UCLA 14, USC 7
Washington 19, Washington State 7
Harvard 17, Yale 0
Utah State 13, Utah 7
Duke 41, North Carolina 25
Syr*cuse 34, West Virginia 7
Kent State 42, Xavier 14
Colorado School of Mines 21, South
Colorado 20

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For many people the Volkswagen would be an
ideal car. Except for one thing.
It doesn't cost enough.
They're afraid nobody will realize they have
any money, if it doesn't show in their car. In other
words, they buy their car for other people. Not
themselves.
Then there are those who earn enough to buy
a much better car than the VW. But they don't.
Because they can't find one.
For them the best car is one that's simply com-
fortable and economical. One they don't have to
worry about. That doesn't make many stops for
gas. And rarely needs repairs.
A car where the rare repairs don't cost a lot. A
car where the car doesn't cost a lot.
They feel they can afford to save money with a
Volkswagen.
Now next time you see somebody driving a
VW don't feel sorry for him.
Who knows? Someday the bank might use his
money to give you a new car loan.

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Princeton 7, Cornell 0
North Carolina State 23, Clemson 14
Virginia 41, Maryland 17
Bowling Green 62, Temple 20
Florida State 28, Wake Forest 0
Mississippi 34, Vanderbilt 0
Oklahoma State 21, Kansas State 6
Missouri 7, Kansas 0
Delaware 45 Bucknell 20
Rice 21, Texas Christian 10
Texas Tech 21,. Arkansas 16
West Texas State 30, W. Michigan 7
Colorado 10, Air Force 9
LSU 21, Tulane 7
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