100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 12, 1971 - Image 9

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1971-12-12

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

-I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page .N n

IHE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine

Hu rons

fall

in Pioneer

Bowl,

14-3

By The Associated Press Glenn Berteau on a 17-yard
WICHITA FALLS. Tex. - screen, pass.
Freshman Winford W i I b o r n aei: Mchgn lodte
streaked 91 yards with a punt re- Eatr Mihgncoe te
turn in the third quarter to spark gap to 7-3 in the second quarter
Louisiana Tech to a 14-3 victory oacko uns22yr il
over Eastern Michigan yesterday ;ol
in the first annual Pioneer Bowl. Lantrip, voted the game's most
Tech captured the NCAA Mid- valuable offensive player, comn-
west college division champion- pleted 15 of 24 passes for 170
ship. yards.
Eastern Michigan was undefeat- ' Midway in the third quarter,
.ed but tied twice going into the Eastern Michigan faced a fourth
game and was ranked third in theI and 15 on the Tech 32 and punted.
nation among small colleges. Wilborn hauled in the line'
Quarterback Ken Lantrip drove' drive boot on his nine and cleared'
Tech to a iouciaown an the first Easter Michigan pursuit to go
quarter, hitting reserve back down the right sideline for the
clinching touchdown.

Association 'of I n te rc o 1e g-
i a t e Athletics' national chain-
pidnship yesterday.
The Tigers defense stopped a
Tech drive at the 16 late in the
final quarter and gave away an
intentional safety to preserve the
victory.
Tech quarterback Phil Fisher
hit fleet Benny Shepherd on a
67-yard bomb in the first quar-

15 yards to the two, and Larry
Lightfoot took it in from there
for the score.. Green again kick-
ed the extra point.
s " "
McNeese goosed
BATON ROUGE. La.-Quarter-
back Joe Gilliam. at his best under
pressure, fired three touchdown
jpasses in the second half to lift

ter and Craig Williams converted. Tennessee State to a 26-23 vic-
The Tigers took advantage of tory over McNeese State yesterday
a short punt and went 30 yards in in the Grantland Rice Bowl.
seven plays for their first score It was Tennessee State's fourth
in the second period. . appearance in the NCAA bowl
Tech threatened in the waninggaendteTgr hidvc
minutes of the second period but toameirndtheraperanceirdhere
the drive fizzled and they had totoyThioheaparneee
e'nded in a tie.
settle for a 38-yard field goal by
Williams to take a 10-7 lead. The defeat, left second-ranked
Joe Nettles set up the win-; McNeese with a 9-1-1 record. Ten-
ning touchdown when he took the nessee State finished 9-1 for the
ball away from a Tech receiverj season.
and returned it 25 yards to the The Tigers were trailing Mc-
Tech 16. Clemit Spruiell sprinted Neese 16-6 t. halftime when Glil-

On each of his three touchdown
Passes, Gilliam was pressured out
of the pocket and found receivers
, inning broken patterns.
Tennessee State's other touch-
down came in the second period
when cornerback Clifford Brooks
recovered a fumble punt snap in
the McNeese end zone. Brooks may
have saved the game for the
Ti g"rs when he intercepted a Mc-
Neese pass on his own 14 with 15
seconds to play.
C. WV. Post pasted .
ATLANTIC CITY, N J. - Dela-
ware's national small college
champions steamrollered their way
to five touchdowns in the second
n-riod. put an awesome rush on
Little All-America quarterback
Gary Wichard and crushed C.- W.
Post. 72-22 yesterday in the Board-
walk Bowl.
Tt was the four! h annual Board-
walk Bowl inside Atlantic City's
massive oceanfront Convention

Offer You During Finals
1 1
I 1
I 1
t 1 n a
4-jNI 1
1 Io AREPIZ

MAKE
FGLLETT'S
a YOUR'
ChiristmasA
Shopping
SHeadquarters
for.
Gft Books
Paper Backs
Records
SChildren's Books
W, Stationery Items
Michigan
and
Rose Bowl
Souvenirs
PLUS!!!
t~,.
FOLLFTT'S
ij Sate St. at NO th ',Ui. g
'A

hiam connected on touchdown
passes of 8 and 67 yards to split '
end John Holland in the opening

Save up to 50% on
ART BOOKS

minutes of the third period. He hitj Hall and the fourth straight time
Ollie Smith with a 45-yard scor-? Delaware won it to .earn NCAA
ing strike on the first play of the Colle-ge Division' Eastern regional
fourth quarter. honors.

Toulouse-Lautrec were 22.50 ...............12.95
Master Prints of Japan were 20.00..........9.95
Japanese Wood Block Prints were 1 7.50 ............. 10.95
Chogoll . (Frant Meyer) 30.00..................... 15.95
World of Marc Chagall were 25.00.................. 12.95
Picasso: 'Women were 22.50.............11.50
Picasso: Blue and Rose Period were 30.00............. 19.95
Pablo Picasso (Boeck) were 25.00 ....... 14.95
Rembrandt: Etching & Drawings were 20.00. 9.95
Works of Marcel Duchamp were 50.00 ......... 30.00
Henry Moore (Hedgcoe) were 35.00 .... ........... 19.95
Ethiopian Paintings were 30.00 ................... 14.95
German Painting (Skira) were 32.50 ..........17.95
Marina Marini were 25.00 ......... 12.50
World of Hirshfield were 25.00............. ..... 13.50
E.L. Kirchner were 15.00. 6.95
Lo Cuisine (Raymond Oliver) were 27.50............. 13.95
BORDERS BOOK SHOP
518 E. WILLIAM

Livingstone lives !
BIRMINGHAM, Ala - Living-
ston University rallied from a 10-
7 halftime deficit to trip Arkansas
Tech 14-12 and win the National

U. of M. SHEFFIELD-KEELE
EXCHANGE PROGRAM
FALL TERM, 1972
Arplications Are Being Accepted
For Study in England
DEADLINE: DECEMBER 14, 1971, TUESDAY
APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE IN ROOM 4115

668-7653

Open 9-9 Mon. thru Sat.

f
e

Good thru Mon., Dec. 20-One coupon per pizza

FREE DELIVERY
v'e regret that we cannot accept personal
checks after Sat., Dec. 111, 1971

03I

go M

aa 9

(II____________________ SCHOOL OF EDUCATION BUILDING, OR CALL:
s s s ss s ss~ss x : z764-5497
PRE-SEASON o
SAVINGS ON 769-6230
SPECIAL SKI ___..-----
PACKAGES'.
REMI-KRYSTAL PACKAGE
Koflack "Racer" Plastic Boots$150eioKrsaFirgssSsIS E B 'A L
Tyrolia 500-55 Step-in Bnig A$3000AN
Barrecrafter Aluminum PolesSAE$00AN
eI
ROSSIGNOL SKI PACKAGE HWI1, ..
Rossignol "Concorde" Fiberglas Skis
Koflack "White Star" Plastic Boots $15900 ® 3 Q O P- Sta ndtp
Solomon S404 Step-in Bindings SAVEsta Ql tp
L Barrecrafter Aluminum Poles SV $45.00 {
DEC. 31 -JAN. 10
HEAD SKI PACKAGE with GEORGE VAN I
Head Sks Fiberglass $17900 AE 3.0 U of M Women's Gymnastic Couch
MKoflacki"White Star"7 SAE$00
Plasic oat ..NOT A CHARTER -OPEN TO ANYONE
ly Tyrolia 100-90 Step-in . 3 DAYS LOS ANGELES
Bindings DY
Barrecrofter Aluminum ,o. 7 PlsWASVA IKIK<I
Poles via AMERICAN AIRLINES 747,
0 Transfers in L.A.
a f Accommodations Wilshire Hyatt 'House
K NEISSL * Transportation to Rose Parade, reserved seats,
SKI PCKAGEdeluxe box lunch, transportation to and from
SKI PCKAGEgame. (GAME TICKETS AVAILABLE).
$19500 f Optional New Year's Eve Party
SAVE>$4.00i Round trip Jet Airfare L.A. Honolulu
~ " AVE 54.0 ?* Lei Greeting, and Transfers
Knesl MI40 Fiberglass Skis ' * 6 Nights accommodations at the
Kof l ack-"White Star"Stpi Plastic Bni Boots CORAL REEF HOTEL, Waikiki Beach
f Tomic Aluminum Poles B lh rafs
Based or 4 to a room.
Doubles $40 extra.
SPACE LIMITED
T E E , SI ANDcall GEORGE VANIS 1-874-4207
2555S. State, 1 mile south of CampusVAA ONT VEIC
Open Mon.-Fri.. 10-9 ~ * GROSSE POINTE, MICH. 44236
{ ~St. 10-5:30, Sun. 1-6I
Z Presents:
Christmas in Europe Vact o n 01or
j ROUND TRIP JETS by Caledonian-Bua, Capitol, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
* FULL DINNER WITH WINE " NON-STOP JET
0 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST 0 CANCELLATION PRIVILEGES
* COMPLIMENTARY OPEN BAR 0 DEPOSIT HOLDS SEAT
* COMPLIMENTARY FRUITS, SNACKS " FINANCING ARRANGEMENTS
Air- Seats Car. Ft.
Croft Air No. Routing Depart: Return Cost Chg. Total
B-707 186 CAL 215 Det/Londn/Det 12/25-1/10 $150 $15 $165
*DC8 60 UN! 207 Det/Munich/Det 12/27-1/9 $180 $15 $195

M

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan