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Sunday, November 21, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Sunday, November21, 1971 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine
______ ___________________ ___________ II

WHY ARE THESE
PEOPLE SMILING?

~'Cats
By The Associated Press
EVANSTON - Fullback Randy
Anderson smashed for three
Northwestern touchdowns and the
Wildcats bottled up Eric "The
Flea" Allen to defeat Michigan
State 28-7 for an undisputed
second place finish in the Big
Ten football race yesterday.
Northwestern with a 6 - 3
record took No. 2 spot behind

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undefeated Michigan which fin-
ished 8-0.
Allen, who previously set con-
ference season records in rush-
ing, scoring and touchdowns, fi-
nally scored his 18th league
touchdown on a seven yard run in
the fourth quarter after hard driv-
ing Northwestern had moved to a
21-0 halftime lead.

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GETTING STRAIGHT
Nat. Sci. Aud.

1 Big Ten
Wv I
MICHIGAN 8 0
Northwestern 6 3
Illinois '5 3
Michigan State 5 3
Ohio State 5 3
Wisconsin 3 5
Purdue 3 5
Minnesota 3 5
Indiana 2 6
Iowa 1 8
Yesterday
MICHIGAN 10, Ohio State 7
Northwestern 28, Michigan State 7
Illinois 31, Iowa 0

Standings
Conference Al
L T PF PA W L
0 0 269 70 11 0.
0 193 127 7 4
0 149 131 5 6
0 192 131 6 5
0 175 97 6 4
5 0 161 200 4 6
5 0 168 182 3 7
5 0 147 193 4 7
6 0 121 235 3 8
8 0 67 283 1 10
,'s Results
Indiana 38, Purdue 31

,1 Games
T PF
0 409
0 212
0 163
0 225 l
0 224 1
1 240
0 210'
0 212
0 152
0 93:

PA
70
148
238
169
120
258
218
281
269
363

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TOMORROW ONLY-MONDAY, NOV. 22
VIRIDIANA
dir. LUIS BUNUEL (Belle de Jour, Exterminating Angel)
SPANISH, 1961
* Banned in Spain for its outrageous attack on Religion & Society
9 Considered to be Bunuel's true masterpiece
r Grand Prix-Cannes Film Festival
* Viridiana, before taking final vows at a convent, visits her wealthy uncle, Don
Jaime. Overcome by Viridiana's resemblance to his deceased wife, the uncle at-
tempts to rape her but can't go through with it. When Viridiana flees, Don Jaime
hangs himself, leaving his estate to Viridiana and his illegitimate son. Feeling re-
sponsible for Don. Jaime's death, Viridiana remains on the estate, hoping to atone,
and organizes a BIZARRE haven for outcasts: lepers, beggars, cripples.

State,
Hoosiers boil
BLOOMINGTON - Youthful
Indiana took advantage of Pur-
due mistakes, then turned on a
powerful running game to beat
the Boilermakers 38-31 in the Old
Oaken Bucket football game here
yesterday.
The Hoosiers scored on the third
play of the game when linebacker
Rob Spicer ran back a pass in-
terception 22 yards. It was only
the 13th victory for Indiana in
the 47-year history of the bucket
game and only its 23rd victory in
the 74-year rivalry between the
two Big Ten schools.
* * *
Iowa Illini'd'
CHAMPAIGN - Sophomore
George Uremovich scored on runs
of 42 and three yards and Illinois,
amassing 268 yards in the first
half then inserting reserves,
smashed Iowa 31-0 yesterday.
It was the Illini's fifth straight
Big Ten football victory, their
best conference streak since the
1946 Rose Bowl team.
Badgers blipped
MINNEAPOLIS - Craig Curry
lofted a 12-yard touchdown pass
to Mel Anderson with nine sec-
onds to play yesterday as the Min-
nesota Gophers came from behind
twice in. the final period to edge
the Wisconsin Badgers 23-211in a
spirited Big Ten football game.
Anderson, who earlier had miss-
ed an extra point kick with a 41
mile per hour wind at his back,
drilled a 19-yard field goal with
101/2 minutes left to play to give
the Gophers a short-lived 16-13
margin.
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CHARLES CARSTENS (22) of Northwestern deflects a field goal
attempt by Michigan State's Boris Shlapak. The Wildcats ate
up the Spartans 28-7 to clinch sole possession of second place
in the Big Ten.
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By CHUCK DRUKIS
The Michigan Rugby football
club closed out the fall portion of
their season by dropping two out
of three games. to Ohio State.,
The Blue and the Gold were'
handed 19-13 and 31-9 setbacks
respectively, while the Maize sal-
vaged a 10-6 triumph.
The Blue played as sloppily as
when they lost to Purdue last
weekend. A combination of ter-
rible tackling and slovenly cov-
erage on kicks and breakaways
spelled disaster against an aggres-
sive Buckeye team.
OSU scored early in the first
half when Neil Larrimer, brother
of Michigan's captain Terry Lar-
rimer, scampeed 20 yards around
Michigan's end, for a try. The con-
version failed.
Michigan momentarily regained
the lead when Dave Gordon hus-
tled after a loose ball near tIV
Buckeye goal line and carried it
into the end zone for a try. Rich-
ard Thompson converted.
The remainder of the first half
was dominated by Ohio State.
OSU struck with a converted try

and a penalty kick to make the
score at halftime 13-6.
Michigan narrowed the gap to
three points when Ron Smith,
aided by a slippery field, streaked
past State defenders down the
near sideline for a 50-yard try.
The conversion attempt squibbed
to the left of the goal posts.
Ohio State then moved down
the field when the Blue failed to
properly tackle. The Buckeyes
scored when the outside wing
turned the corner on Michigan's
fullback and touched the ball
down between the boal posts. The
conversion was successful.
The Maize prevented a com-
pletely disasterous afternoon by
stopping numerous OSU offensive
thrusts in the econd half for their
victory.
Chuck Holt, hampered by in-
juries for most of the season, led
the Maize attack by scoring two
trys on runs of 40 and 55,yards.
Chris Penoyer made ont out of
two points after.
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