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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 10, 1970

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U.of M.
Students, Faculty and Administration
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The big bass drums thumped wildly, the speeding drummer lashed
his 11-piece Ludwigs in drugged fury. Suddenly, the fluid riffs of a Les
Paul Custom ripped the hazy room as the silken fingers of Gracie
Slicks' Manhattan lover caressed his guitar
For an hour it continued, each playing off the other - an hour
of ferocious unforgettable Poco-like jamming. Sometimes the lean
wisp of a drummer would break in with a gutful of smokey vocal and
weave a melody of unreal blues, then with a smile he'd lay back and
let Cocaine Cutt talk with his shining black Gibson. Then as Cocaine
tired and drifted into Airplane licks, the tall, unspeaking country boy
would set his axe afire with pure Iowa funk.
But suddenly, a pounding at the door stopped the jam,
"Your Cottage Inn Pizza is here, sir" smiled the delivery boy.
"Come on in Richie, Tim Lee grinned, "We've been waitin' for you.
You and the rest of the guys sit down. We were jes gettin some help
on our Gridde Picks from last week's winner, Geoff Holczer."

drive
By MICHAEL OLIN
Big Ten standings remained
relatively unchanged f o r this
week as the top five teams all
emerged victorious f r o m Sat-
urday's contests.
Northwestern kept their Rose
Bowl hopes alive on the strength
of a come from behind 28-14
victory overhMinnesota.
The Gophers jumped ahead
in the first quarter when Jeff
White blocked the Wildcats
first punt and grabbed the ball
in mid-air to take it in for the
score.
Minnesota scored again t h e
next time they had the ball on
a 90 yard drive led by quarter-
back Craig Curry's running and
accurate short passes, to p u t
the Gophers up 14-0.
The Wildcats were not to be
denied this d ay, however, as
they shut out the Gophers the
rest of the way while scoring
f o u r touchdowns themselves,
three of them in the second half
on d r i v e s of 80, 77, and 57
yards.
Fullback Mike Adamle scored
all of the Wildcat touchdowns
and shattered a Big Ten ball
carrying record with 48 hauls
good for 192 yards. Adamle car-

toward.
ried the ball more times in the
second half (28 for 132 yards)
than did the entire Minnesota
team.
The Wildcats went ahead to
stay with 6:03 left in the third
quarter as Adamle plunged over
from the one for his third
touchdown of the day, capping

roses
rather disappointing first half.
That, plus the fact that we had
no injuries makes me wish that
we had ten more games."
Meanwhile, Ohio State's grid-
ders continued their surge to-
wards a Rose Bowl berth against
Stanford on the strength of a
24-7 triumph over Wisconsin.

Student basketball tickets may be purchased beginning Wed-
nesday, November 11, at the ticket office at State and Hoover.
The times tickets may be purchased by priority are as follows:
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Q or number zero at right of name.

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Iowa at MICHIGAN
Michigan State at Minnesota
Northwestern at Indiana
Wisconsin at Illinois
Ohio State at Purdue
Kansas State at Nebraska
Boston College at Pitt
Syracuse at West Virginia,
Colorado at Oklahoma State
Georgia at Auburn

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Kentucky at Florida
Duke at South Carolina
Princeton at Yale
Oklahoma at Kansas
Kent State' at Miami (O.)
Buffalo at Temple
Rice at Texas A&M
Stanford at Air Force
UCLA at Washington
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a 77 yard drive.
Northwestern's last touch-
down came with 65 seconds left
in the game as Adamle smash-
ed in from the five.
After the game, Northwestern
coach Alex Agase commented,
"It is especially pleasing to see
us come back that way after a

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The Buckeyes, who struggled
to only a 10-7 lead over the
Badgers at halftime, broke the
game open with two third
quarter touchdowns within three
minutes of each other.
Fullback John Brockington,
s i k e Northwestern's Adamle,
~scored all of the unbeaten
touchdowns on runs of 11, one
and four yards.
Fred Schram scored the first
points of the game for Ohio
State on a 23 yard field goal in
the first quarter.

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BEAT BAVARIANS:
Booters secure play-off berth

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Surging past an outmanned Ba-
varian Sports Club, 5-1, Sunday,
Michigan's booters secured second
place in the Toledo League. The
win gave the Wolverines a 6-1
conference record to move ahead
of The Arsenal who fell to a 5-2
mark after a loss to the league
leading Brazillian Sports Club.
The match at Toledo was en-
tirely dominated by the Wolverine
eleven as they rolled to a 2-0 half-
time margin. However, late in the
first half Paulo Coota was injur-
ed and was taken for medical as-
sistance, and this left Michigan
with ten able-bodied players to
continue the match. Transporta-
tion problems led to the s 1 i m
turnout.
Michigan lined up in a 4-2-4
formation start the game and
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later adjusted to a 4-2-3 a f t e r
Coota was injured. The 4-2-4 is a
widely used formation that t h e
Michigan players have gotten used
to over the last two years. It is
basically a defensive formation.
Sunday's match was marked by
a good performance by halfback
Daniel Boyle who has been con-
sistent all year in thwarting op-
ponents' attacks before they be-
come dangerous. Michigan's for-
ward line also played well in a
game marked by turnovers.
The Bavarians lost out on their
best chance to score when they
kicked a penalty shot wide in the
first half. The penalty was incur-
red unnecessarily when a Michi-
gan fullback handed the ball in
front of his goal.
But the Bavarians did capital-
ize on one Wolverine blunder as
they turned a Michigan rush' into
a Bavarian goal. Michigan 1 e t
their defense get too involved in
the offensive play and as a result
faced a 5 on 3 Bavarian attack
when a pass was stolen.

Michigan's goals came off of
fine efforts from the front line.
Jean Gilles contributed two as did
Carlos Flores while Tiayab Khan
poked in the last score for the 5-1
margin.
On the whole the match was not
a well played contest as sloppy
ball-handling and passing caused
numerous collapses in attacks.
Michigan now awaits the begin-
ning of the Toledo League play-
offs which will determine the con-
ference champion. The Wolverines
will take on the fourth place fin-
isher which will probably be the
Bavarians. The location of the
play-off games has not yet been
determined. If the Michigan boot-
ers can capture the league crown
it will be their second straight
championship.

The Buckeyes then took a 10-
0 lead barely 30 seconds into the
second quarter on Brockington's
11 yard run. The play was set
up by a 54 yard pass frofn back-
up quarterback Ron Maciejow-
ski to Larry Zelina.
The Badgers, now 1-5 in Big
Ten competition, cut the mar-
gin to 10-7 on a 43-yard second
quarter march climaxed by a
15 yard touchdown pass from
Neil Graff to Larry Mialik.
Wisconsin played the Buck-
eyes to a standstill for the first
six and a half minutes of the
third quarter, but with 8:32 re-
maining, Doug Adams recovered
a Badger fumble on the Wis-
consin five and Brockington
bowled over from the four two
plays later to push the Bucks
lead to 17-7.

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Conference Games

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MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Northwestern
Michigan State
Iowa
Minnesota
Illinois
Purdue
Wisconsin
Indiana

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153 54
148 66
113 84
83 102
72 105
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All Games
T T PF PA
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0 0 243 77
4 0 189 134
4 0 157 169
5 1 107 191
5 1 143 181
5 0 128 228
5 0 114 177
5 1 130 164
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Michigan State at Minnesota
Northwestern at Indiana
Wisconsin at Illinois
Ohio State at Purdue

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