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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, December 12, 1971

~Page~Ter~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SundIy Deceber.1. 197

MALE UNDERGRADUATES
w.. WANTED for a One-Hour
Experiment. Make $3.00.
TAKE A BREAK, EARN
SOME MONEY, HELP SCIENCE.
CALL Susan at 761-4409
Friday between 8 and 10 p.m.
Saturday between 5-7 p.m., Sun. or
Monday between 8-10 p.m.

DEFENSE THE DIFFERENCE:

" a
ATTENTION

Lions,
By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL -
The Minnesota Vikings, with Roy
Winston and Alan Page keying
brilliant, defensive play, slammed
the Detroit Lions 29-10 yesterday
and clinched the National Foot-
ball League's Central Division ti-
tle.
Winston, on' the game's first ser-

Do lphins

bite

the

dust
injury, put the game away

The victory, Minnesota's eighth
straight in its series with t h e
Lions, gave the Vikings their{
fourth straight Central Division
championship in the NFC with a
10-3 record and one game to play.,
Detroit, its playoff hopes vir-
tually destroyed, fell to 7-5-1. j
Erroll Mann kicked a 35-yard
field goal in the first period and
Bill Munson, relieving starter
Greg Landry in the second half,
passed four yards to Larry Wal-
ton in the 3rd period to pull the
Lions within 17-10.
The Vikings'-defense was inJ
command the rest of the way.

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The Vikings added further in- down drives in the first half that achilles
lt with 3:58 to play when Fred propelled the Colts to a 14-3 vic- for the
x was short on a 23-yard field tory over the Dolphins yesterday perfect;
al attempt. The ball bounced and into first place in the East Di- first ha
f Detroit end Jim Mitchell and vision of the American Football I up the
m Lindsey recovered for a Vik- Conference. over th
g touchdown in the endzone. The victory in the head-on clash Comp
Ed Sharockman's interception catapulted the defending Super 103 yai
d a 33-yard return to the De- Bowl champion Colts past the Do'- Unitast
oit 12 in the third period pre- phins by one-halm game w i t h 18 play
ded a 10-yard field goal by Cox, just one game remaining for each off, usi
ho scored in his 125th straight team. seconds
FL game. The Colts, now 10-3, close out an 87-ya
the regular season next Sunday at ate up9
altimore rolls home against New England, while The 1
Miami, 9-3-1, takes on Green Bay. row for
BALTIMORE - Johnny Unitas, Unitas, whose career was threat- precaric
ltimore's 38-year-old master of ened prior to the season by an for the

Colts with two drives as
as could be plotted in the
lf, relying mostly on runs
middle and short passes
he middle.
leting 12 of 13 attempts for
rds in the two marches,
took the Colts 81 yards in
s after the opening kick-
ing up nine minutes, 53
. Then he came back with
ard drive in 16 plays that
9:36.
oss was the second in a
Miami and left them in
us position in the chase
Eastern title.

MENEW

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DECEMBER ART FAIR

- ies of plays, intercepted a pass
and ran 29 yards for a touchdown.
Page, the daring rushing defensive'
tackle, stormed in to block a Her-.
man Weaver punt out ofhthe end
zone for a safety in the fourth
period to put the game out of
Detroit's reach.

A

Page's safety made it
13:11 to play, and Fred
ed a 32-yard field goal
left in the game.

19-10 with Ba

Cox boot- exposing defensive weaknesses,
with 9:52 confounded Miami with two
lengthy, time-consuming touch-

WHO: Open to Everyone; No Admission Charge
This year, rather than buying your Christmas gifts in crowded and impersonal department
stores, come to the art fair and buy directly from the artists and craftsmen. They'll be happy
to talk to you about their work and maybe even haggle a bit. Even if you do not wish to
buy anything stop by and browse, you may learn a thing or two about such things as the art
of macrame, batik, dressmaking, painting, photography, etc.

"The Chariot of the sun is drawn through
the dark of the night by the
GRATEFUL DEAD
HILL AUDITORIUM
Tues., Dec. 14-Wed., Dec. 15
*- --*- ----- - -- ---

ARM/Michigan Film Society presents

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Orson Welles'
incomparable masterpiece
Citi zevn Ka umnle
The $60,000,000 ego-trip of
Charles Foster Kane
"He had some private form of greatness, but he
kept it to himself."-Rosebud
LAST SHOWS TONIGHT!
NATURAL SCIENCE AUDITORIUM

This Vacation in Sports
MONDAY, DECEMBER 13
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-TOLEDO, at Crisler Arena, 5:45
BASKETBALL-AUSTRALIAN NATIONALS, at Crisler Arena, 8:00
MONDAY, DECEMBER 20
BASKETBALL-MICHIGAN INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT at Cris-
ler Arena, Michigan, Ohio U, Detroit, Toledo
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21
BASKETBALL-MICHIGAN INVITATIONAL, championship and 'con-
solation games, Crisler Arena
MONDAY, DECEMBER 27
BASKETBALL-At Far West Classic, Portland, Oregon
TUESDAY,DECEMBER 28
BASKETBALL-at Far West Classic
HOCKEY-at IMA Tournament, Flint
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29
BASKETBALL-at Far West Classic, semifinals
HOCKEY-at IMA Tournament, finals
WRESTLING-at Midlands Tournament, La Grange, Illinois
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30
BASKETBALL-at Far West Classic, championship and consolations
WRESTLING-at Midlands Tournament
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31
FOOTBALL-DAILY LIBELS at Ink Bowl in Pasadena, against Stanford
Ink-a-dink-a-doos
SATURDAY, JANUARY 1
FOOTBALL-Rose Bowl, at Pasadena, against Stanford
TUESDAY, JANUARY 4
BASKETBALL-at Princeton
FRIDAY, JANUARY 7
HOCKEY-at Minnesota, Duluth
WRESTLING-OHIO STATE, at Crisler Arena, 7:30
SATURDAY, JANUARY 8
BASKETBALL-MICHIGAN STATE, Crisler Arena, 2:00
HOCKEY-at Minnesota, Duluth
GYMNASTICS-at Western Michigan
SWIMMING-at Big Ten Relays, Bloomington, Indiana
MONDAY, JANUARY 10
GYMNASTICS-NORTH CAROLINA, Crisler Arena, 7:30
TUESDAY, JANUARY 11
BASKETBALL-at Illinois

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8 and 10 p.m.

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ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST?
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Give her LOVE this Christmas
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