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P, age Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 23, 1974

Page Eight THE M~~~~~~~IIADALWeedaOtbr2,17

Sports of The Daily
Yankees trade Murcer
The New York Yankees announced yesterday the trade of
outfielder Bobby Murcer to the San Francisco Giants for out-
fielder Bobby Bonds.
Bonds is one of the premier base-stealers in baseball. He
has stolen 263 bases in 325 attempts. Murcer hit 140 career
homers for the Yankees, 17th on the club's all-time list.
In another baseball trade yesterday the New York Mets
acquired outfielder Gene Clines from the Pittsburgh Pirates in
exchange for reserve catcher Duffy Dyer.
* * *
Ci pa possible starter-
Larry Cipa, the man who was not considered good enough
to start at quarterback for a Rose Bowl team, may very well
be calling the signals for the New Orleans Saints this Sunday.
Cipa, a backup at Michigan throughout his career, started
the season as the third string quarterback for the supposedly
professional Saints. But with starter Archie Manning in coach
John North's doghouse, and backup Bobby Scott injured, Cipa
is in a position to start.
Hadl dealt to Pack
LOS ANGELES - John Hadl, All-Pro quarterback of the
Los Angeles Rams, was traded Tuesday to the Green Bay
Packers for five National Football League draft choices, including
first-round choices in 1975 and 1976.
* * *

Football at Cal-Berkeley:

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roses

By BILL STIEG The school, known as Cali- average crowd of less 'an a school that supports its team
For the first time since the fornia on the scoreboards but 29,000 for their first three home more.
days of campus unrest in the Berkeley in the classrooms of games, in a stadium that holds The defense, which gives up
late sixties, the University of America, has one of the finest 77,000. ibo-?t 14 points a game, is led
California at Berkeley is mak- academic reputations in the "California had a great foot- by ruidle guard Paul VaalDer-
ing headlines. country. ball tradition," claims Thed r, Mehden.
This fall, however, the news "It's tough being a student "but with the problems it had a California's only defeat came
from the Bay Area is about here," says assistant c o a c h few years ago, and the radi al in the first game of the season
Cal's football team, now 5-1 Roger Theder, "and it's a lot movement, things changed. Be- when it lost to Florida, '1-17, in
overall, 2-0 in the Pacific Eight, tougher to be a student-athlete." I ing a football player back th n Gainesville. F 1 o r i d a is now
and tied with Southern Cal for ..................................*...*.................... . ..:... !. f. ..,,....,
first place in that conference.
But not even two big upsets "California had a great football tradition ... but with the prob-
this week and next over UCLA,
and USC will get the Bears-1 lems it had a few years ago, and the radical movement, t h i n g s
into the Rose Bowl this year- changed. Being a football play er back then didn't mean any-
California is on NCAA proba- n -Roger Theder
Along with Oklahoma, South-....... .::.."...:.::.."...... .:. ::.:...... .
.
er M ethodist, Southwest Loui- -.................,.......*........."..... . .....,.....*...'.....'..........j... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
siana and Long Beach State, BESIDES SUFFERING the didn't mean anything. ranked twelfth in the nation.
California is banned from post- same penalty as the aforemen- "But now, little by little, the Since then, the Bears have man-
season play and live television tioned schools, it's hard to find attitude is changing," he con- aged to beat San Jose State,
coverage of its games. any similarities between Berke- tinued. "Fraternities and soro- Army, Illinois, Oregon, and
FOUR YEARS ago, the Bears ley and the others on probation. rities are coming back, and the Oregon State. The only "easy"
had Isaac Curtis playing for Unlike Oklahoma, where college students support the team very win was their 40-10 conquest of
them, a receiver now with the football is the number-one en- well. A very high percentage Oregon.
CincinnatirBengals.The NCAA tertainment in town, students of the student body buys tickets. THIS SATURDAY 65,000 fans
discovered that Curtis's grade at Cal-Berkeley have countless "Winning has taken care of are expected to fill Memorial
dintvere has below the' distractions, including nearby that."I Stadium in Berkeley to find out
oint averae was below the "beaches, mountains, and San CALIFORNIA hasn't had a if the Bears are for real, as
on prbtiond forthre ye. Francisco, just 25 miles away," winning record the last two they take on UCLA. The "rub-
Further inquiries were made, according to one on-campus ob- years. Its best season n recent ber band" defense willhave to
a diinlirglrte server, memory was '68, when they stretch itself to the limit to stop
tacked on addtharearteu- Thsefabeat Michigan and finished 7-3- the Bruins' 395-yards per game
tacked on another year of pun- These factors, plus the em- 1. That yearthe Golden Bears offense.
ishment. phasis on school work, have .Ta er~h odnBasofne
Theprobation ends this Feb- hurt California at the turnstiles, climbed as high as eighth in ##Emse#E sammumm "'
ruary. The Bears have attracted an the polls. PACIFIC EIGHT
Yeste.rda_ CLal was ranked

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Iowa football Coach Bob Commings yesterday was given a
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Commings, a former Massillon, Ohio, high school coach who
had actively campaigned for the Iowa job last winter, had
originally signed a one-yearbcontract at $25,000.
"I'm very happy the board and president have recognized
the outstanding job performed by Coach Commings and his
staff," said Hawkeye Athletic Director Bump Elliott.
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Maybe the Daily Libels are just too powerful for their own
good. Rather than go against Coach Fielding H. Feldman's awe-
some squad this Saturday, the Hoboken franchise has decided to
suspend the rest of its season. A team spokesman stated that the
players were free to negotiate with the World Football League
or anyone else that could use them.
To fill the void for this weekend Coach Feldman has arranged
for his team to play the Datum Technics. Not much is known
about the Technics, 0-0-6 on the season, but Feldman isn't taking
any chances. His seventh-ranked Libels have been working out
all week with calculators and slide rules.
Minnesota at MICHIGAN (pick Illinois at Iowa
score) Wisconsin at Indiana
I Ohio State at Northwestern Purdue at Michigan State
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twentieth by the Associated
Press. The key to this year's
success is a high powered of-
fense, and what Bear fans like
to call a "rubber band" defense
-one that bends but seldom
breaks.
Two 9.6 sprinters are the
leading rushers for head conch
Mike White, a former Stanford
assistant. Chuck Muncie, MVP
for the Bears last year, is aver-
acing 5.3 yards a carry, while
Howard.Strickland is gai g
4.8 yards per rush.
THE BEARS' quarterbavk is
Steve Bartkowski, who is pres-
ently leading the Pac-8 in pass-
ing. Among his impressive sta-
tistics are 85 completions in
154 attempts, and only two in-
terceptions.
Bartkowski s h a r e d playing
time last year with Vince Fer-j
ragamo. Ferragamo left for Ne-
braska, supposedly in search of

STANDINGS
Conference
games

All
games
5-1-0

California
Sonthern C
UCLA
Stanford
Washington
Wash. St.
Oregon
Oregon St.

2-0-0

al 2-0-0
1-0-1
1-0-1
1-1-0
0-2-0
0-2-0
0-2-0

4-1-0
3-1-2
1-3-2
3-3-0
1-5-0
1-5-0
0-6-0

If the 65,000 do show up, it
will be the largest crowd to see
a regular season game there,
with the exception of the tra-
ditional showdowns with arch-
rival Stanford.
The renewed interest in Cal-
Berkeley football is for real,
according to coach Theder.
"The other day I overheard
two long-hair types discussing
football," he relates, "and one
of them said, 'Yeah, but now
they're winning -maybe we
oughta' go!' "

Concentrates.

Dimensions of Religious Experience
LECTURE AND DISCUSSION SERIES
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 3-5 p.m., Angell Hall Aud. A
Occult Metaphysics in the Western Tradition
by Professor GARY KESSLER
Philosopher of Relioion, California State College at Bakersfield
NEXT WEEK, Oct. 30, 3-5 p.m., Angell Hall Aud. A
A WITCHES VIEW OF WITCHCRAFT-PAST & PRESENT, by Gundella,
a descendant of the Green Witches of Scotland and an active member of
the Ann Arbor Coven.

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UCLA at Cal (Berkeley) '
Colorado at Missouri
Iowa State at Kansas
N.C. State at Maryland
Texas A&M at Baylor
Georgia at Kentucky
Duke at Florida
Tulane at Georgia Tech
Memphis St. at N. Texas St.
Delaware at Temple
Yale at Cornell
Long Beach St. at San Diego St.
Miami (Fla.) at Notre Dame
Oklahoma State at Nebraska
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The Top Twenty

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR
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By The Associated Press
1. Ohio State 50 6-0-0 1,196 1.,
2. Oklahoma 8 5-0-0 1,08 2.
3. Michigan 1 6-0-0 923 -
4. Alabama 1 6-0-0 887 3..
5. Auburn 1 6-0-0 699 4..
6. S. California 4-1-0 628 5.
7. Notre Dame 5-1-0 529
Tie Daily Libels 6-0 141
8. Texas A&M 5-1-0 507 7.
9. Nebraska 4-2-0 355
10. Penn State 5-1-0 311 8.1
11. Texas Tech 4-1-1 188 9.l
12. Florida 5-1-0 194
13. Texas 4-2-0 182 10.
14. Arizona State 4-1-0 125 11.
15. Maryland 4-2-0 94 12.
16. Arizona 5-1-0 88
17. N. Caro. State 6-1-0 55: 13..
18. Tulane 5-0-0 46 14.
'. Miami, O. 5-0-1 35 15.'
0. California 5-1-0 28 16.
Others receiving votes, listed al.
phabetically: Baylor, Illinois, Kan- 17..
sas, Miami (Fla.), Mississippi State, 18.'
North Carolina, Oklahoma State.
Pitt, Purdue, San Diego State,
Temple, UCLA, Wisconsin, Datum
Technics.

By United Press International
Ohio St. 35 6-0 350
Michigan 6-0 296
Alabama 6-0 286
Auburn 6-0 236
Tie Southern Cal. 4-1 164
Tie Notre Dame 5-1 164
Texas A&M 5-1 141
Tie Daily Libels 0
Penn State 5-1 89
Nebrasxa 4-2 76
Texas 4-2 32
Florida 5-1 29
Maryland 4-2 10
Miami (Fla) 4-1 9"
Arizona 5-1 8
Texas Tech 4-1-1 7
Miami (Ohio) 5-0-1 6
Arizona State 4-1 5
Tie Tulane 5-0 3
Tie Oklahoma St. 3-2 3
Tie Mississippi St. 5-3
Tie San Diego State 4-1 3
Tie Datum Technics 0-0-6 3

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