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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday; September 25, 1973 I

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40th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE;

Gridde Pickings
EVERY TIME I am not with her, I swear to Zeus the next time
I see her I will tell her where to*go and be rid of her. But then
I see her and I cannot bear to destroy her laughs and smiles even
though I know they are a worse torture than the Spanish Inquisition's

Big

" TRUMAN CAPOTE
" DOROTHY PARKER
" ALDOUS HUXLEY
" ERNEST HEMINGWAY
" GAY TALESE

" GORE VIDAL
" JOHN DOS PASSOS
" TOM WICKER
" ALBERT CAMUS
" WILLIAM FAULKNER

rack. By CARL FOTIAS
'have known ever sinc.e I was twelve that I'm inadequate. I hare Trying to improve on last sea-
made inadequacy the cornerstone of my life. If I had been adequate, son's 11-17 record against non-con-
I would not be nearly so well off as I am now. I have found my ference foes, nine Big Ten gridiron
niche, and it is comfortable. squads set out to prove something
But then I wonder . . . what if I could ever do something last Saturday. Led by Michigan'sl
right? What if I pick all 20 teams in the Gridde Pickings, and 47-10 thrashing of Stanford, four of
get my entry to the Daily by midnight Friday? the nine weresuccessful while
I might win a free Mr. Pizza pizza. I might get my name Woody Hayes and his third-ranked
in the paper. I might be hailed- by the campus as an embodiment gang from Columbus took the day
of genius. off.
No. That torture would be unbearable. Denny Stolz's maiden win at Mi-
N b * chigan State certainly wasn't an
easy one, as the Spartans had to
The devastating duo, Dean Smith of 4790 Washtenaw and John come from behind in the waning
Behr of 912 S. Forest, withstood all pressures and cobbed the moments to dump Syracuse, 14-8.
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score)
2. Texas Christian at Ohio State
3. UCLA at Michigan'State
4. West Virginia at Illinois
5. Kentucky at Indiana
6. Notre Dame at Purdue
7. Pittsburgh at Northwestern
8. Iowa at Penn State
9. Wisconsin at Nebraska
10. Minnesota at Kansas
11. Texas Tech at Texas.

13. Oklahoma at Southern Cal
14. Virginia Tech at Southern
Methodist
15. Delaware at Lehigh
16. Iowa State at Arkansas
17. Missouri at North Carolina
18. Buckriell at Columbia
19. Slippery Rock at Edinboro
State
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Charlie Baggett scooted 15 yards
to make it 7-0. But the Orangemen
took an 8-7 halftime lead by suc-
cessfully completing a two point
conversion attempt after quarter-
back Bob Mitch had raced 61 yards
for a touchdown.
STATE'S OFFENSE completely
collapsed in the middle two per-
iods, although the defense along
with Bill Simpson's punting kept

them in the game setting up Ty-
rone Wilson's two yard scoring
plunge with just 33 seconds re-
maining in the game.
Ara Parseghian won his' tenth
straight opening day game at the
Notre Dame helm as the Fighting
Irish walloped Northwestern 44-0
before a packed house in South
Bend. Notre Dame signal-caller
Tom Clements was particularly im-
pressive connecting on nine of 12
aerials for 152 yards and two
touchdowns, while the Fighting
Irish defense held the Wildcats to
156 total yards.
Purdue had its troubles with ano-
ther team from the always improv-
ing Mid America Conference as Mi-
ami of Ohio defeated Alex Agase's
crew 24-19. Miami fullback Chuck
Varner scored three touchdowns
and Boilermaker passer Bo Bo-
browski also accounted for three
scores, throwing for two and run-
ning one in himself.
Minnesota came back strong af-
ter last week's 56-7 shellacking at
the hands of Ohio State to maul
tNorth Dakota 41-14. Running back
John King sparked the Gopher at-
tack romping for 110 yards and
two TD's.
TAILBACK GEORGE UREMO-
VICH made his 1973 debut a suc-
cess by tallying twice and rushing
for 149 yards to lead Illinois to a
27-7 victory over the California
Bears. The Fighting Illini, now 2-0,
scored another time when defen-
sive back Mike Gow picked off a
California pass and scampered 46
yards into the end-zone.
Wisconsin mentor John Jardine
watched his Badgers lose their se-

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cond heartbreaker in "a row, this
time to nationally ranked Colorado,
28-25. The Badgers fought back
from a 21-7 second period deficit
to take a 25-21 lead with just eight
minutes to go in the contest. But
Buffalo freshman Billy Waddy,
who rushed for 202 yards, put Colo-
rado back on top with a 17 yard
run, and then the Colorado defense
held off a last ditch Wiscohsin ef-
fort to ice the victory..
Out on the west coast, Frank
Lauterbur and his Hawkeyes once
again felt the effect of a brutal
schedule which has them facing
Michigan, UCLA, and Penn State
in their first three encounters. This

time it was Mark Harmon and
company administering, the drub-
bing, 55-10.
LEE CORSO is still looking for
his first win at Indiana as the Hoo-
siers fell victim to Arizona by a
26-10 count. The winwas the
third straight for ex-Michigan de-
fensive coordinator Jim Young and
his band of Wildcats.
Four wins and five losses was a
respectable showing, but it won't
get any easier for Big Ten schools
next Saturday with Michigan State
hosting UCLA, Iowa traveling to
Penn State, Purdue entertaining
Notre Dame, and Wisconsin visit-
ing Nebraska.

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5-4

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MICHIGAN 47, Stanford 10
Michigan State 14, Syracuse 8
Illinois 27, California 7
Arizona 26, Indiana 10
Miami (0.) 24, Purdue 19

Colorado 28, Wisconsin 25
Minnesota 41, North Dakota 14
Notre Dame 44, Northwestern 0
UCLA 55, Iowa 18

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The new Student Government Council will contain the directly elected represerita
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The new SGC will be elected on October 9, 10, and 11. All of the seats
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You can run for office in any district of which
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