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THE MICHIGAN bAIL.Y

Saturday, September 26, 1970

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By BOB TURON
Even though the season is still
young, several teams face impor-
tant games in this third week of
college football. A few of the con-
tenders for conference champion-
ships will find out °if their title
hopes are well-founded or just a
myth.
IN THE Southeastern Confer-
ence Florida, ranked 13th in the
country, meets Alabama in'a game
that should feature a passing duel
between two fine quarterbacks -
John Reaves of Florida and Scott
Hunter of Alabama. Reaves is on-
ly half of the powerful Gator air
attack. End Carlos Alvarez is one
of the finest receivers in the coun-
try as shown by his being named
to the All-American team as a
sophomore. If the Tide tries to
double team Alvarez, Reaves can
throw to Willie Jackson, Florida's
first Negro player. Jackson made
spectacular sideline catches on 53
yard and 40 yard pass plays in
last week's 34-13 victory over Mis-
sissippi State.
Alabama' possesses a fine pass-
ing attack of its own led by sen-
ior quarterback Scott Hunter. Like
Reaves, Hunter has excellent tar-
gets to throw to in Dave Bailey

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and George Ranager. It was the
passing of Hunter and the run-
ning of Dave Brungard, who
transfered from Ohio State, that
led the Tide to a 51-18 drubbing
of out-manned Virginia Tech.
IN THE BIG GAME in the Mid-
west, Air Force tangles with Mis-
souri, a game involving two na-
tionally ranked teams. Falcon
coach Ben Martin goes after his
third straight winning season -
a feat never accomplished by an
Air Force coach.
He has one of the most excit-
ing players in the country in 9.6
sprinter Ernie Jennings. Jennings
caught an 80 yard TD pass and
ran for another score in 1 a s t
weeks 41-17 romp over Wyoming.
Last season Jennings tied an
NCAA record by catching 5 touch-
down passes against Utah State.
The Missouri defense will have a
tough time trying to contain. the
Falcon flanker.
THE FALCONS will have to do
some containing of their own as
Missouri has o n e of the finest
backs in the country in Joe Moore.
Third in the country in rushing
last year, he has already gained
327 yards in the Tigers' first two.
victories -- a 38-0 mauling of
Baylor and a 34-12 win over Min-
nesota. But it was flashy M e I
Gray, a 9.2, speedster, who ran 36
yards on a flanker reverse for a
TD on a fourth and four situa-
tion to turn the Minnesota game
in the Tigers' favor. Missouri is
always a threat in the Big Eight
and coach Dan Devine's charges
will know more about their title
chances after they duel a tough'
Falcon squad.
Another Big Eight contender,
Kansas State, will try to rebound
from a stunning 16-3 upset at the'
hands of Kentucky as they meet
Arizona State. Wildcat quarter-

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back Lynn Dibkey has been men-
tioned as an outside threat for the
Heisman trophy. However, he was
injured in the Kentucky game and
coach Vince Gibson says that he
may keep his star quarterback out
of the game with the Sun Devils
in order to save him for confer-
ence games. If Dickey had played
the entire game the outcome in
Kentucky may have been differ-
ent. Gibson feels that his t e a m
will bounce back as they pre-
pare for a rugged conference
schedule.
ARIZONA STATE is t~he favor-
ite in the Western Athletic Con-
ference. The Sun Devils started
out in fine fashion with a, 38-9
win over Colorado State. Coach
Frank Kush in 12 years service
ranks 5th in winning percentage
among active major coaches.
Among his 16 returning starters
are 7 All-Conference performers.
Kush won his first WAC champ-
ionship last year and now feels
that his team deserves national
ranking..Kansas State should pro-
vide the Sun Devils with a stern
test.
IN OTHER games, Texas, rank-
ed No. 1 in the U.P.I. poll, begins
its conference schedule with a
game at Texas Tech. The Long-
horns opened with a 56-15 past-
ing of California in what coach
Darrell Royal called "our sharpest
opening game ever". The Red
Raiders of Texas Tech have open-
ed with two straight wins includ-
ing a 23-0 shutout over Kansas.
In another Southeastern Con-
ference clash Tennessee travels
south to meet Auburn. The Volun-
teers defeated S.M.U. 28-3 in their
opener and are a definite title
threat. Auburn beat Southern
Mississippi 33-14 last week and
rates at least -an outside chance
for the league championship.

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MARYLAND'S TONY GREENE grabs Villanova's Steve Bilko during a game played earlier this
year. Villanova emerged victorious, 21-3. Maryland plays North Carolina today while Villanova
meets Santa Clara.

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Women's lib hits USLTA;
Martin cold shouldered A's
By The Associated Press
" HOUSTON, Tex. - Top women tennis players participating in
an unsanctioned tournament here were suspended by the United
States Lawn Tennis Association yesterday.
Mrs. Billie Jean King, the three-time Wimbledon champion, and
one of those suspended said Thursday it looked as though the ar-
rangement might be permanent.
"We have discussed the matter and I think we,are going to stay
away from the USLTA," she said. "This is the first time we have ever
been united. We've talked about a break in the past."
A MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL - Billy Martin, reportedly touted
as 1971 manager of the Detroit Tigers, had accepted the job as man-
ager of the Oakland A's this season but could not reach final 'agree-
ment with Charles O. Finley.
Martin said yesterday in an interview with Arno Goethel, ex-
ecutive sports editor of the St. Paul Dispatch-Pioneer Press, he was
ready to take the job July 19.
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ATLANTA (R) - Gov. Lester
Maddox said yesterday he is seek-
ing ways of stopping the Muhan-
mad Ali-Jerry Quarry leavyweight
fight here Oct. 26.
"We shouldn't let him fight for
money if he won't fight for his
country,' the governor said of Ali,
the former heavyweight champion
who was stripped of his title when
he refused to submit to military
draft.!
In regard to the announced
purpose of promoters to donate
$50,000 to a campaign to fight
drug abuse, the militant governor
said:
"That is bribe money.",
"We'll just hope to go to the
Garden," Ali said in Chicago
where he is helping promote the
closed circuit TV of what would
be his first fight in 31/2 years.
The reference was to New York's
Madison Square Garden, one of
t h e world's best known arenas.
Ali was in New York Thursday
applying for renewal of his boxing
license in New York state.
The New York State Athletic

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If You Can, That's Great. But We Don't Ask That. All We
Ask Is That You Sell Something Like What You're Now
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Commission,, which originally
stripped Ali of his title, turned
down a similar request last Oct.
14. A federal judge ruled Mon-
day that the athletic commission
was in error.
"Everybody has treated me fine
in Atlanta," Ali said. "It's the
first place to let me fight again
... and I'm not going to talk bad
about Atlanta."
State Sen. Leroy Johnson, one
of the match's promoters, said
Maddox could not prevent the
bout. "We are obeying the law,"
Johnson said. "We have met ev-
ery legal provision necessary.:We
expect to have the fight."
The governor said he had asked
Atty. Gen. Arthur K. Biltori to
research the law to see what
measures the state can take to
stop th fight. Failing that, he
said he would make, further ap-
peals to' the mayor and Atlanta
alde'rmen.
At the press conference, the
$50,000 which promoters of the
governor was reminded of the
fight had pledged to an anti-drug
campaign in Atlanta.
"What good is $50,000 when
you honor a man who has de-
nounced the military," Maddox
said.
The governor said he had at-
tended a civic club meeting ear-
lier in the week honoring Vietnam
veterans, some of them amputees.
"This bout would be an affront
to them," he declared. He said he
would chair a move to raise
$75,000 for drug control should
the city block the fight.
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BUQV
CIBSON
Litter bug Litter bug
Have you no eyes?
iYou're strangling ourstreets
o try to be wise.
Litterbug Litterbug
Have you no hands?
Our parks are disgraceful!,
Think. Understand.
Litter bug Litter bug '
Have you no pride?
nur highuasare ravard!

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