e 10-Tuesday, September 26, 1978-The Michigan Daily
lue rises higher as
ooners cop Top Spot
By AP and UPI
Oklahoma, =combining a 66-7 drubbing of Rice with Alabama's upset loss to
uthern California, took over the nation's number one ranking from the Crimson
de yesterday in both the AP and UPI ratings.
Michigan, which scored a solidvictory over Notre Dame, was pushed to num-
r three in the UPI poll and number four in the AP poll. The Wolverine win also
ocked the Irish out of both polls.
The top five teams were closely bunched this week. Oklahoma's victory again-
an overmatched Rice team made the Sooners' strength difficult- to judge and
y were less than an overwhelming choice.
Southern Cal, 2-0, made the most significant jump, climbing from seventh in
St week's poll to second and third in the polls with a surprisingly one-sided 24-14
umph of Alabama, which fell to number seven.
Penn State, which came from nine points behind in the third period to edge
uthern Methodist 26-21, slipped to fifth place, while Arkansas, 19-7 victor over
lahoma State, moved to second and fourth in the polls.
To the Freshmen: It wouldn 't be the
If there weren't some rumors about it.
UPI Top Twenty AP Top Twenty
1. Oklahoma (25) 3-0 558 1. Oklahoma (27) 3-0-0 1,235
2. So. Calif. (7) 3-0 516 2. Arkansas (17) 2-0-0 1,208
3. MICHIGAN (3) 2-0 499 3. Southern Cal (14) 3-0-0 1,189
tie Daily Libels (3) 2-0 499 4. MICHIGAN (6) 2-0-0 1,144
5. Penn St. (1) 4-0 450 tie Daily Libels (6) 2-0-0 1,144
6. Texas 2-0 372 5. Penn State (2) 4-0-0 1,087
7. Alabama 2-1 286 6. Texas 2-0-0 950
8. Texas A&M 2-0 260 7. Alabama 2-1-0 871
9. Florida St. 3-0 194 8. Texas A&M 2-0-0 819
10. Pittsburgh 2-0 184 9. Pittsburgh 2-0-0 678
11. LSU 2-0 156 10. Florida State 3-0-0 662
12. Nebraska 2-1 116 11. Louisiana State 2-0-0 576
13. Maryland 3-0 101 12. Nebraska 2-1-0 508
14. Oklahoma 3-0 98 13. Ohio State 1-1-0 449
15. Ohio St. 1-1 * 86 14. Missouri 2-1-0 446
16. Iowa St. 3-0 84 15. Maryland 3-0-0 376
17. Missouri 2-1 54 16 Colorado 3-0-0 356
18. Kentucky 1-0-1 42 17. Iowa State 3-0-0 312
19. Stanford 2-1 20 18. UCLA 2-1-0 229
20. Purdue 2-0 19 19. Georgia 2-0-0 117
20. Stanford 2-1-0 85
This Week in Sports
Just for the record,
Here are some of the things we're not:
Entirely GROSSE POINTE ARISTOCRATS
In the bar 24 hours a day, and so forth.
Come down and see us during Fraternity Rush Week
rnysterious century old DEKE Chapel, 611! E. William
next to White's Market.
"And in my hand, I hold the last en-
velope, O Great Karnac, mystic of the
East," said the jolly announcer.
"Thank you, buffalo breath," said
Karnac. "And the answer is, Tim
McGraw who went 19-1 to win small,
two-item Pizza Bob pizza."
S".anh?" said the beer bellied an-
nouncer. "What' the hang was the
"The question, O flea infested fish
face, was-Who won last week's
Michigan Daily Griddes contest," Kar-
nac explained. "Anyone who enters
before midnight Friday at the Daily
(420 Maynard) can win, 0 inebriated
DELTA KAPPA EPSILON, a Michigan tradition
since 1854, is back on campus.
one." Go look that one up in your Funk
1. Duke at MICHIGAN (pick score)
2. Illinois at Syracuse
3. Nebraska at Indiana
4. Iowa at Arizona
5. Michigan State at USC
6. Minnesota at UCLA
7. Northwestern at Colorado
8. Baylor at Ohio State
9. Purdue at Notre Dame
10. Oregon at Wisconsin
11. Houston at Florida State
12. Kentucky at Maryland
13. Missouri at Oklahoma
14. North Carolina at Pittsburgh
15. Texas at Texas Tech
16. Tennessee at Auburn
17. Central Michigan at Ball State
18. Dartmouth at Holy Cross
19. Miami (Fla.) at Kansas
20. DAILY LIBELS at Wayne Duke
Wednesday: All ladies and college
Thursday: Drink & Drown-Rc
Well, it's been another ho-hum week in sports. Michigan won, the Lions
and Notre Dame lost, the Tigers survived and the Yankees and Boston con-
tinued their race (walk?) for the Eastern Division pennant. Which must
mean it is Tuesday and time for another PREVIEW-THE WEEK IN
Thanks in main part to the Cleveland Indians, the American League
East still has a pennant race entering the final week. Both first-place New
York and second-place Boston finish their seasons at hone this week, the
Yankees hosting Toronto and Cleveland, while the Red Sox entertain Detroit
Both teams have only six games left, and if there should be a tie at the
end of the regular season, Boston and New York would settle the issue in a
one-game playoff in Boston.
Kansas City and Philadelphia have almost clinched their shares of half-
pennants and Los Angeles won the National League West Sunday. The
Division Playdffs will begin a week from today and the Daily will have looks
into both the American and National title tilts beginning tomorrow.
The third week of Big Ten football finds the conference engaging in its
first full slate of non-conference opponents. Duke invades Ann Arbor this
weekend while Purdue follows Michigan into South Bend attempting to drop
Notre Dame to 0-3. Illinois takes on Syracuse, Indiana hosts Nebraska, Iowa
travels to Arizona (Michigan's opponent next week), Michigan State travels
to Los Angeles for Daryl Rogers' homecoming-too bad the Spartans are
playing USC, not San Jose State-, Minnesota is at UCLA, Ohio State enter-
tains Baylor, and Wisconsin hosts Oregon.
Other interesting games:
Alabama at Vanderbilt
Army at Washington State
Central Michigan at Ball State
Fresno State at Cal-Poly Obispo
Oh, Yes ... DAILY LIBELS at Wayne Duke State,
Since there's no interest here we'll move on to:
The field hockey team is busy this week with two games at home against
Central Michigan and toledo on September 26 and 29 and a road contest at
Kalamazoo College on the 30th. The Volleyball team travels to Western
Michigan today and participates in the Spartan Invitational Friday and
Saturday in East Lansing. Finally, the golfers tee off at East Lansing in
another Invitational Friday and Saturday.
Yep, that's right, both the National Hockey League and the National
Basketball:League have begun their respective preseason schedules. Thus,
for the next four weeks, you can look forward to batters, receivers,
pucksters, dribblers ... ad infinitum, ad nauseum.
and AIR CONDO
Tuesday & Wednesday, Oct. 3 & 4
Advance Tickets $5.50
$6.50 at the door'
ust east of the E.M.U. Campus)
students with I.D. FREE
ock Bottom Prices
BILL BOA RD
Students who haven't picked up their
season football tickets may do so today,
starting at 8:38 a.m. at the ticket office
at State and Hoover. The limited
remaining tickets will also be on sale at
student prices for individual games.
Bring your ID card.