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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 2, 1 571

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By MARC FELDMAN
As the 1971 college football
season rounds into its final
three weeks, a January 1 trip
to Pasadena is a bit surer for
the Michigan football team.
With Ohio State ineligible for
the Roses by the still in effect
no-repeat rule, Michigan has
only Purdue and Michigan State
as competition for the bowl.
However, the Boilermakers and
Spartans are not exactly breath-
ing down Michigan's neck, as
each trails by two games with
just three to play.
In a Saturday of upsets in
the Big Ten, perhaps the big-
gest shocker was averted by a
stalwart Ohio State defense.
The Buckeye line stopped Min-
nesota quarterback Craig Curry
inches short of the goal line on
a two point conversion attempt
to give Ohio State a pulsating

blooming
14-12 victory over the Golden ,
Gophers..
The win kept OSU and Michi- B;
gan in a tie atop the Big Ten}
standings with identical 5-0 con-
ference slates. Barring a rash of
upsets in the next two weeks, M
the Wolverines and Bucks will MICHIGAN
settle the league title, for the Ohio State
fourth straight year, on Novem- Purdue
ber 20 in Ann Arbor. Michigan State
Ohio State rallied from a Northwestern
6-0 halftime deficit with a Illinois
touchdown in the third period Wisconsin
and another in the fourth. Minnesota
Woody Hayes' troops then stop- Io a
ped the onrushing Gophers' last Iowa
minute attempt to tie the score.. SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Quarterback Curry was the MICHIGAN 61, Indiana 7
dominant force in the last ditch Ohio State 14, Minnesota
Minnesota drive which culmi- Mich. State 43, Purdue 10
nated with his two yard run. Illinois 24, Northwestern7
Curry tried a similar roll-out Iowa 20, Wisconsin 16
play for the conversion and, in
the ensuing pileup, it was not
apparent whether or not he had sin's Rufus Ferguson in
made it. The partisan Minnesota Ten rushing race, scamp
crowd of 36,281 was hushed as an amazing 350 yards. H
the unpiling procedure indicated ed 29 times and reached
that the Bucks had held, on four occasions with
The Gopher players were bit- 24, 59, 30 and 25 yards.
ter about the officiating call Among a host of recor
that ruled Curry short of a broke the NCCA singl
touchdown. Curry, the Big Ten rushing standard of 347
total offense leader a year ago, set by Michigan's RonJ
said, "I was definitely over. In in 1968. In addition, h
my opinion we didn't lose this tered Michigan State rec
game." career rushing yardage a
Michigan State finally lived son rushing yardage.
up to some of its pre-season ex- Daugherty was bubbli
pectations by handily defeat- praise for Allen after th
ing Purdue 43-10. The outcome "The greatest individua
of the game wasn't as astound- formance I've seen in
ing as was the ease with which . . . the best back in th
State mowed down the Boiler- try", enthused the MSUc
makers. More important to M1
In what Coach Duffy Daugh- fans, Purdue's loss droppe
erty called the "best team per- two games back in the
formance at MSU since 1966", ings and threw them int
the Spartans, especially little team scramble for thir
tailback Eric Allen, produced They now share second
some astounding records. with Michigan State at3
Allen, who entered the game In still another upset,
just two yards behind Wiscon- vitalized Fightin' Illini

Ten Standings

Conference
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7

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2
2
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176
148
110
128
109
61
99
79
53

39
56
110
68
90
83
132
90
175

All Game
W L T PFP
8 0 0 316 39
6 1 0 197 79
4 3 1 152 156
4 4 0 161 106
4 4 0 128 146
2 6 0 75 200
3 4 1 178 190
3 5 0 144 178
1 7 0 79 200
GAMES
GAN

NEXT WEEK'S
Iowa at MICHIC

forI 339 yards in total offense
and its high point production of
the season.
Quarterback Mike Wells com-
pleted 10 of 20 passes for 1'78
s yards and two touchdowns, one
A for 58 yards to John Wilson and
the other to Garvin Roberson
for 22 yards. Wells rounded out
a fine performance with a 34-
yard field goal and three con-
versions as the Illini won their
second straight for the first time
since the 1967 season.
The Iowa Hawkeyes finally
got into the win column after
seven embarrassing losses by
edging Wisconsin 20-16. The win
was Coach Frank Lauterbur's
first since coming to Iowa from
Toledo.
Although Iowa's major offen-
sive threat, Levi Mitchell, did
not play against the. Badgers,
quarterback Frank Sunderman
and running back Craig Johnson
more than made up for Mitch-
ell's absence.
Badger Rufus Ferguson led
all rushers with 126 yards while
scoring two touchdowns on runs
of 4 and 8 yards. The latter
gave Wisconsin a 16-13 lead
midway through the final quar-
ter, before Iowa drove 80 yards.

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Michigan State at Ohio State
Purdue at Wisconsin
Minnesota at Northwestern
Illinois at Indiana

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GEORGE
WASHINGTON
got his SHAG
at the
U-M Barbers

the Big
ered for
le rush-
paydirt
runs of
ds, Allen
e game
7 yards,
Johnson
ie shat-
ords for
and sea-
ng with
e game.
al per-
football
e coun-
coach.
ichigan
ed them
stand-
o a six-
d place.
d place
3-2.
the re-
of I111-

nois pulled off their second
shocker in as many weeks as
they trimmed intra-state rival
Northwestern 24-7. Last week
the Illini knocked Purdue out
of a first place tie by dealing
the Boilermakers a 21-7 loss.
Illinois, which had trouble
scoring, much less /winning, in
its first six games, broke loose

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Stickmen win finale
over stubborn Irish

For the student body:

'A Genuine
A' Authentic
Navy

For the man of action the Sherpa Coat of $65
rugged cotton suede with acrylic "sheepskin"

PEA COATS

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The University of iMchigan la-
crosse team kept its winning
streak intact at ten in a row
when it edged improving Notre
Dame 5-4 Sunday in South Bend.
Michigan's last loss was at the
hands of Oberlin College last
March in the first game of the
1971 season. Michigan has also
extended its mastery over the
Irish to four straight, including
two regular season victories.
Sunday's game demonstrated a
marked improvement in Michi-
gan's ball control game. The Wol-
verines had spent the last two
weeks of practice on the ball
handling drills designed to streng-
then that aspect of their game.
Michigan scored twice in the
second quarter, with Dick Dean
shooting to go ahead goal on an
assist from Don Holman. Soon
afterwards, Holman again scored,
this time with an assist from Pow-
ers.

But the Irish scored the next
three goals, once before the half
and twice in the third quarter.
Two fourth quarter goals, the
first a repeat of the Flanagan to
Powers combination knotted the
score. The winning goal was scor-
ed by Dean unassisted.
Michigan's defense with goalie
Jay Johnson, Dave Fischer, Tim
Cotter, and Pete "Cowboy" Lod-
wick played a fine game. Johnson
was credited with 18 saves for a
.818 percentage. Moreover, the
Wolverines received few penalties.
In the "B" game, he Baby Blues
avenged their prior defeat by
whipping the Irish 3-1. Goalie
Larry Cassel was superb in the
goal, stopping 25 shots and clear-
ing the ball to the offense ex-
cellently.
Michigan now hibernates for
three months before the regular
season practice begins in Febru-
ary.

JJ

Gridde Pickings
In one of the most incredible propaganda moves of the century,
the slithering toads from UCellar are maintaining that their puny
football team defeated the mighty undefeated-for-all-time Daily Libel
Gridiron Machine Sunday morning at Ferry Field. This phony ba-
loney represents yet another scurrilous attack on the clean-cut, down-
home Libels by a group of hirsute self-styled revolutionaries.
But it just ain't the truth, sports fans. The Libels brought their
usual blitzkrieg down on the soft heads of the UCellar running dogs,
walloping them by a decisive 99-0 count. A bit of humor was added to
the otherwise ho-hum/rout when the Daily's Mr. ConstricTOR punted
three stubby CellarDwellars (Mssrs. Pesick, Reisman and Straus)
all the way back to their grungy rip-iff dens.
A star was born Sunday for the precocious Libels in the form
of boyish quarterback D.L. "Red" Weir, who launched countless pin-
point bombs into the waiting digits of such dazzling Libel targets as
Phalanges Phillips, Chip Papanek and Grasper Shackelford.
This week-end cream will again come to the top as the Libels
play WCBN, the now-dissolute Libel Alumni, or some equally motley
team (Oklahoma?). And once again it will be "Daily Libels . . .

can do!"
1. Iowa at MICHIGAN (pick
score)
2. Michigan State at Ohio State
3. Purdue at Wisconsin
4. Minnesota at Northwestern
5. Illinois at Indiana
6. Alabama at Louisiana State
7. Notre Dame at Pittsburgh
8. Iowa State at Nebraska
9. Stanford at UCLA
10. Southern Methodist at Texas
11. Boston College at Syracuse

12. Navy at Georgia Tech
13. Washington at California
14. Lafayette at Gettysburg
15. South Carolina at Tennessee
16. West Virginia at Duke
17, Holy Cross at Massachusetts
18. Kansas State at Oklahoma
State
19. Dayton at Xavier
20. THE UNIVERSITY OF MICH-
IGAN DAILY LIBELS vs
Oklahoma

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