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Wednesday, September 16, 1970

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U of M inter-arts medium
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 17-8:30 P.M.
ARTISTS, WRITERS, AND ALL TYPES
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By JIM LAMBE
Is it possible? Traditional
Eight doormat Kansas State, w
winless streak hit 23 in 1961
ranked 13th in the nation in
week's Associated Press poll.
Still, the team's chances f
conference title are questions
Coach Vince Gibson calls the+
ference "super, super, super,"
with good reason.
The AP's top twenty includ
other conference teams, Nebr
(9th), Missouri (10th), and C
homa (18th). Colorado and I
sas also received votes.
K-STATE'S 36 returning lei
men are led by senior quarter]
Lynn Dickey, who ranked sixt
the nation in passing yardage
year. During his sophomore
junior years, he broke all but
of the Big Eight's passing rec
A running attack spearhe
by Mike Montgomery should
vide the offensive balance w
was lacking last year.
The defense, which ranked
ond in the conference to Nebr;
in 1969 should again be excel.
En Mike Kuhn and lineba
Oscar Gibson will lend experi

teams

eye

to a unit which was the Confer-
ence's toughest against the run
last year.
Kansas State's rapid rise is due
mainly to fourth year coach Gib-
son, who took over just as the
school's fortunes 'hit bottom in
1966. He' launched a recruiting
program that has achieved na-
tional recognition.
A stronger offense is the reason
for optimism at Nebraska. Juniors
Van Brownson and Jerry Tagge
have ended last year's' quarter-
back worries.
A vastly improved running at-
tack is expected. In 1969, Jeff
Kinney ran for 590 'yards, tops on
the team. He is joined by Joe
Orduna, who led in 1968 with 677
yards.
ON DEFENSE, the main prob-
lem is replacing three graduated
defensive backs. An outstanding
performance at linebacker from
All America hopeful Jerry Mur-
taugh is a must if the Cornhuskers
are to remain the best defensive
team in the Conference.
They were co-champions with
Missouri in 1969, and Nebraska is
rated as a shaky favorite over

Mizzou this year. Adding heat to
the rivalry is the fact Nebraska's
Bob Devaney has the best coach-
ing record in the country and Mis-
souri's Dan Devine is third.
As usual, Devine is poormouth-
ing his team's chances, saying that
it has too many question marks to
be a contender.
Coaches whose teams are an-
nually annihilated by Missouri
have learned to take Devine's pre-
season prediction with a grain of
salt.
Halfback Joe Moore, who rank-
ed third nationally in rushing last
year with 1,312 yards, returns
along with all Big Eight end Mel
Gray to an offense which was

Big

Eight
by far the best in the conference,
averaging 36 points and 451 yards
per game.
BUT QUARTERBACKS Mike'
Farmer and Chuck Roper, neither
of whom lettered last year, are big
question marks.
Fortunately, three out of four
interior offensive linemen are
back, headed by All-Big Eight
tackle Larron Jackson.
Defensively, l i n e m e n Rocky
Wallace and Mike Bennett, trou-
bled by injuries .should be stand-
outs in the line.
Despite the loss of Heisman
winner Steve Owens, Oklahoma,

crown
should be improved. Quarterback
Jack Mildren is expected to run a '
More wide-open offense. He will
throw to split end Greg Pruett, a
sophomore with unusual speed.
Fullback Roy Bell gained 467
yards last year.
Colorado' has no big names, al-
though it does return 8 starters on
both offense and defense.
Kansas and Colorado have an
outside shot at the title and
should be strong on defense.
Despite a wealth of returning
starters, Oklahoma State and Iowa
State will probably continue to be
the big losers in this tough con- 4
ference.

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By JOEL GREER
For the first time in nearly 20
years the Michigan Union will be
treated to championship pocket
billiards. .
Jimmy Caras, four-time World's
Pocket Billiard Champion, will
appear in billiard exhibition in
the Michigan Union Ballroom at
7 p.m. and 9 p.m. tonight.
The pocket billiards expert will
demonstrate billiard fundament-
als, along with performing a game
simulation, and demonstrating his
famous skill and trick shots.
Caras, at 17 earned the title of
"Boy Wonder of the Billiard
World" by defeating Ralph Green-
leaf in an exhibition match in
1927. Greenleaf was t h e n the
World's Pocket Billiard. Champ-
ion.
In 1936 Caras took his first
World's Pocket Billiard Champ-
ionship by defeating Erwin Ru-
dolph. He repeated in 1938, 1939
and 1949.'
At the age of 56, Caras came
from behind after losing the first
match of a double elimination
tournament to w i n 11 straight
and the 1967 Billiard Congress of
America United States Open ti-
tle in St. Louis. Caras had to de-
feat Luther Lassiter twice in suc-
cession in the final matches to
capture the championship.
Caras' other achievements in-
clude winning back-to-back Na-
tional Invitational Pocket Bil-
liard titles in 1962 and 1963.
In the exhibition Caras w ill
stress fundamentals. "T h e grip,
stance, and bridge are most im-
portant, commented Caras. "Bil-1
liards is like golf. You have to
know the .proper address first."
Caras, who will exhibit his rep-
etoire of trick shots exclaims that
the average player can also learn
some tricks. "Even if .you can only
run two or three balls, there are
nearly a dozen trick shots which
can be learned."
Two movies produced by Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer were m a d e on
Caras' trick shots. The films play-
ed in theaters throughout the
world.
Cares also has written a book
entitled, "Trick and Fancy Shots
in Pocket Billiards.,
In game conditions, most cham-
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By The Associated Press
DENVER-The Denver Rockets
defied an American Basketball As-
sociation rule yesterday and began;
full-scale practice with rookie
Ralph Simpson in the training
camp.
ABA bylaws state that "no play-
er may practice with or play with
any team unless his contract has
been filed with the commissioner
and has been approved by him."
The ABA refused to honor
Simpson's' contract when it was
submitted to the league office two
weeks ago because, league officials
said, it was contrary to ABA pro-
cedure.
Simpson was signed from Mich-
igan State University as a hard-
ship case, touching off controversy
between professional sports and
the National Collegiate Athletic
Gridde

WORKS WITH DENVER
Simpson defies AB1A

pionship billiards experts can usu-
ally think t h r e e to 10 moves
ahead. The concentration involv-
ed is somewhat like chess.
In this country pocketbilliards
is a rapidly growing sport, and
has become a top home entertain-
ment. There are now billiard ta-
bles in four million American
homes, and in the last five years
billiard players have grown from
five to 23 million.

Billiards has largely been ac-
cepted by the public and is now
known as primarily a family
gamey Eighty per cent of the old
billiard rooms have been closed
and family-oriented pool centers
are opening nationwide.
There are 10,000 players com-
peting in many intercollegiate
tournaments. C a r a s annually
awards a trophy to the top boy
,and girl collegian.

Association because he still had
two years of college eligibility.
Simpson filed suit, naming the
ABA, Commissioner Jack Dolph
and the Denver Rockets as de-
fendants.
Attorneys for the Rockets ap-
peared in federal court in Detroit
Mondays to say their answer to the
suit would be forthcoming. In 4
Denver, the Rockets indicated
they intend to honor the contract
and brought Simpson into camp.
Don Ringsby, president and gen-
eral manager of the Rockets, said
he didn't foresee anything "that
could make us stop playing the
young man" unless the ABA files "
a temporary injunction against
the team.
The officials of the ABA did not
make an announcement .yesterday
on the Rockets action. Nor did the
officials of the NCAA.

Pickings

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PQYcan open ca whole 'new world of opporunily..

What if William Tell had missed the apple and got his son?
What if Tonto hadn't been a friendly Indian? What if Ben Hur
hadn't been converted to Christianity in the nick of time? If you
had placed your bet in the Gridde Pickings of 1672, 1884 or 0, these
might have been on the bookie's plate. But since you are now at the
University of Michigan the De;ly offers you the chance to test your
luck on the major issues of the present.
Around the next turn chariot number 7 runs into foul play. The
arrow misses its mark over the head and strikes another apply. The
judges call the penalty-death. But your efforts to prejudge; to
beat the almighty gods at their guessing game will go towards a
Cottage Inn pizza made fresh in the days of Pontius Pilate by a
long-haired barefoot boy. This week's picks must be into the Daily
obelisk by twelve midnight according to the campus suindial this
coming Good Friday.

Each year, NSA offers challenging career
opportunities to Liberal Arts majors through
participation in the Professional Qualification
Test. This year, NSA hasscheduled the PQT
for Saturday, October 10. Completion of this
Test by the Liberal Arts majoris a prerequisite
to consideration for NSA employment.
The Career Scene at NSA: The National
Security Agency is the U.S. Government
agency responsible for developing invulner-
able communications systems to transmit
and receive vital information. As an NSA
professional, you will be trained to work'
on programs of national importance in such
areas as:
" Cryptography-developing & logical proving
of new crypta-logic concepts
*+Research-the gathering, analysis, and re-

porting of substantive data
" Language-used as a basic tool of research
into a number of analytical fields
" Programming-includes dAta systems
program writing, and development of
mechanical and administrative procedures
* Documentation-technical writing in its
broadest sense, including research, writing,
editing, illustrating, layout and reproduction
Your specific academic major is of secondary
importance. Of far greater importance are
your ingenuity; intellectual curiosity and
perseverance-plus a desire to apply them in
assignments where imagination is the essential
qualification.
Salaries start at $8,000.00 and are supple-
mented by the benefits of career federal
employment.
Advancement and Career Development-
NSA promotes from within, and awards

salary increases as you assume greater
responsibility. NSA also is anxious to
stimulate your professional and intellectual
growth in many ways, including intensive
formal as well as on-the-job training.
Advanced study, if job related, is available,
at any of seven area universities and can be
partially or wholly reimbursed through NSA
Fellowships or other. assistance programs.
The deadline for PQT applications is Septem-
ber 30 (for the October 10 test). Pick up a
PQT Bulletin at your Placement Office. It
contains full details and the necessary test
registration form. College Relations Branch,
National Security Agency, Ft. George G.
Meade, Maryland 20755. Attn: M321. Aa
equal opportunity employer, M/R.

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L Arizona at MICHIGAN (pick
score)
2. Wisconsin at Oklahoma
3. Texas Christian at Purdue
4. Minnesota at Missouri
5. Colorado at Indiana
6. Oregon at Illinois
7. Notre Dame at Northwestern:
8. Iowa at Oregon State
9. Michigan State at Washington
10. Nebraska at Southern Cal

11. Ohio U at Kent State
12. California at Texas
13. Lafayette at Rutgers
14. Navy at Penn' State
15. UCLA at Pittsburgh
16. Virgniia Tech at Alabama
17 Syracuse at Houston
18. North Carolina State at North
Carolina
19. Maryland at Duke
20. Geneva at Slippery Rock

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