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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 9, 1971

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Announcement of New Courses
Technology & the Environment
for WINTER '72
PHYSICS 400: Energy and Man, T-Th, 2-3 (2 credits)

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first to land bowl bid.

Instructor: ROBERT H. WILLIAMS, 1065 Randall, 764-3426 Note Books
A seminar dealing with problems of energy production and con- Spiral & loose leaf
sumption in human society will be offered. Topics to be discussed Filinq Cards
will include energy resources, environmental effects of energy Folders{
production, alternative scenarios for future energy use. Term Paper CoversI
PREREQUISITES: a knowledge of calculus, senior class standing, Staplers
and permission of the instructor. The seminar is open to students Plus all kinds of
in the physical sciences, social sciences, and engineering. STUDENT
INTERESTED STUDENTS SHOULD CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR SUPPLIES
PHYSICS 250: Quantitative Study of the Environment
MWF 3 (3 credits) Randall 2046
Instructor: MARC ROSS, 1067 Randall, 764-4459
FOR ALL UNDERCLASSMEN,
A lecture and discussion course on energy conservation and the
second law of thermodynamics. Application to the physical en-
vironment. Political economic aspects of some problems and
possibilities for their solution.
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By DAN BORUS
This season has been a partic-
ularly hectic one for Bowl offic-
ials who are trying for the best
possible pairings for their post-
season classics. They have been
faced with tight races in most of
the major conferences which tra-
ditionally provide the fodder for
the Bowl Games.
One race, however, has been set-
tled for certain. Stanford, with a
20-9 victory over UCLA this Sat-
urday, clinched its second straight
Pacific Eight championship and
captured the Rose Bowl bid.
Don Bunce, known for the Rex
Kern look-alike award which he
won in last year's practice for the
Rose Bowl against Ohio State,
brought his team from a three-
three tie by passing for 246 yards.
Bunce, who was red-shirted last
year because of the presenceof
Jim Plunkett, has run the team
well 'in his absence, leading the
Indians to seven victories against
two losses.
The Indian attack has been
bolstered by the receiving of split
end Miles Moore, who last Sat-
urday caught six passes for 109
yards and a touchdown. Rod Gar-
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cia, the Stanford placekicker, is
another weapon that the Indians
will not hesitate to use in their
quest for a second straight Rose
Bowl upset. Saturday he booted
a Pacific Eight record fourteenth
field goal.
Coach John Ralston, comment-
ing on his possible opponent, the
ones who trounced the Bruin team
in Ann Arbor, 38-0 said, "I've got
to believe Michigan's something
else. But I was looking at Ohio
State the same way a year ago.''
But who's going to impersonate
Billy Taylor in practice, John.
The Big Eight champion, who
represents the conference in the
Orange classic in tropical Miami,
will be decided, it seems, in a
Thanksgiving classic that promis-
es to be more exciting than a bowl
game. On that day number one
ranked Nebraska will take on
number two ranked Oklahoma in
Norman. Both teams kept their
slates clean as they won handily
last weekend -
Nebraska, again showed its im-
pressive defense, shutting out the
Iowa State Cyclones, 37-0, for
their fourth shutout of the sea-
son. The Cornhuskers also proved
that they could penetrate the op-
ponents goal line, with fine of-
fensive performances by standouts
Johnny Rodgers and quarterback
Jerry Tagge.
The Missouri Tigers, heavy un-
derdogs, used an unorthodox
eight man line to contain the fa-
mous Oklahoma sweep. Greg Pru-
itt, Jack Mildren and Roy Bell
were stymied, for the most part,
except for two long break aways.
The Sooners countered with short
shots into the line that gradually
wore down the Mizzou defense to
allow Oklahoma to hold on to a
130-3 triumph.-
The Southwestern Conference,
host of the Cotton Bowl, is pre-
sently deadlocked with three
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teams holding a partial possession
of first place Arkansas, Texas and
TCU are all at the top with three
and one records.
Arkansas, however, is making
a habit of letting the little ones
slip away, needing a last second
field goal to knot the score with
Rice at 24-24. The Razorbacks
fought back from a 24-13 deficit
that Rice had accumulated going
into the fourth quarter.
Texas, put together a superla-
tive defensive effort and shut out
Baylor, 24-0. TCU, which will
face the Longhorns for the de-
cisive game of the conference up-
ended Texas Tech, 17-6.
The Orange Bowl, sometimes
the province of the talent-ladden
Southeastern conference, is re-
ported to be scheduling a match
between Nebraska and fourth
ranked Alabama, who squeaked by
LSU, 14-7 Saturday night. The
Tigers, like their Missouri name-
sakes, also did well in containing
a Wishbone, causing 'Bama head
coach Bear Bryant, to shake his
head at the ineffectiveness of his
offense, which could only garner
nine first downs in the contest.
The problem of the Orange
Bowl committee is that invitations
must be extended before Thanks-
giving, when both Nebraska and
Alabama have important, decisive
contests with top-ranked oppon-
ents. Alabama must take on the
Beasley-Sullivan lead team of Au-
burn, which is also undefeated.

-Associated Press
MARGO LYNN JOHNSON, this year's Rose Bowl queen, could
have the privilege of watching the Wolverines play Pac-8 champ
Stanford in the New Year's Day classic. The Indians clinched
their spot with a 20-9 victory over UCLA last Saturday.

NEBRASKA LEADS POLL:
Wolverines gain on Oklahoma

By The Associated Press
The Mighty Michigan Wolver-
ines garnered six first place votes
in the latest Associated Press Col-
lege rankings, four more than last
week. In addition the third ranked
Wolverines, who plastered Iowa
63-7 last Saturday picked up 78
points on second place Oklahoma.
The Sooners squeaked by Missouri
20-3 Saturday and have fallen
well behind front-running Nebras-
ka.
The Cornhuskers trounced Iowa,
State 37-0 and received 41 first
place votes and 1,060 points while
Oklahoma saw its first place vote
total plummet from 17 to 6.
At one point Oklahoma had
trailed the Cornhuskers by a mere
24 points.
Alabama turned back Louisiana
State 14-7 and held onto fourth
place.
Then came the only change
among the top eight teams. Penn
State, a 63-27 winner over Mary-

land, got one top vote and 618
points and rose from sixth to
fifth. Auburn, which defeated
Mississippi State 30-21after lead-
ing by 30 points entering the final
period, slipped from fifth to sixth,
although the, Tigers received the
remaining first-place ballot.
Georgia and Notre Dame re-
mained in the 7-8 spots. The
Bulldogs whipped Florida 49-7 to
stay unbeaten and the Fighting
Irish clobbered Pitt 56-7.
OSU, a 17-10 loser to Michigan
State, skidded from ninth to 16th
while Arizona State trimmed
Brigham Young and went from
10th to ninth. Stanford, which
clinched a second straight Pa-
cific-8 crown and Rose Bowl berth
by defeating UCLA 20-9, climbed
from 12th to 10th.
The second ten remained ba-
sically unchanged, consisting of
Tennessee, Colorado, Texas, To-
ledo, Southern California, Ohio
State, Arkansas, Houston, Wash-

ington; and Louisiana State. The
Daily Libels broke into the Top
Twenty for the first time this year
as they tied LSU for twentieth.
Last week it was Tennessee,
Stanford, Colorado, Toledo, Tex-
as, Arkansas, Southern Cal, LSU,
Houston and Washington.
I. Nebraska (41) 9-0 1060
2. Oklahoma (6) 8-0 968
3. Michigan (6) 9-0 876
4. Alabama 9-0 738
5. Penn State (1) 8-0 618
6. Auburn (1) 8-0 601
7. Georgia 9-0 551
8. Notre Dame 7-1 446 '
9. Arizona State 7-1 283
10. Stanford 7-2 255
11. Tennessee 6-2 226
12. Colorado 7-2 215
13. Texas 6-2 138
14. Toledo 9-0 121
15. Southern California 5-4 59
16. Ohio State 7-2 56
17. Arkansas 6-2-1 50
18. Houston 6-2 4
19. Washington 7-2 36
20. Louisiana State 6-2 29
" Daily Libels 97-0 29
Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
betically: Cornell, Florida State, Michi-
gan State, Mississippi, North Carolina.

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