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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 9, 1973

i HOOSIERS, SPARTANS SURPRISE:
SCenticore Bookshops I Sisters
By JEFF SCHILLER from the outset, and dominated menti
WE HAVE The Big Ten ended non-confer- the statistics by a wide margin, than
ence play Saturday with a show- Jones completed 14 of 21 passes put i]
PAPERBACKS Q ing that should restore some of for 134 yards as the Indiana at- Mic
Cthe loop's f a d i n g reputation. tack rolled up 25 first downs and withi
ON ALL SUBJECTS hugh triumphant i only 5 of 10. 374 yards total offense against midw
contests, many conference teams the highly regarded Mountaineer when
1 o o k e d extremely impressive defense. 'W o n d e r f u 1 Willie' gett 1
against highly regarded oppo- scored the Hoosiers' third touch- territ
N Used r nents and contributed to a gen- down on a quarterback sneak, fensiv
e U eral impression of overall league and put together two long drives came
336 Maynard . 1229 South University 4 respectability. capped by Cremeens from one ceptic
663-181 2665-204 I Indiana, for example, pulledupe
663-1812 665-2604 va my ergade'sue and five yards out. upset
My Name ~~~what may be regarded as the anfieyrsot
.. major college upset of the week Decided underdogs before the At
Iy Name Is Afrika Keorapetse Kgositsile a by downing twentieth ranked game, Michigan State's Spartans pullet
* Really the Blues Mezz Mezzrow 4 West Virginia 28-14. Led by the pushed eighth ranked Notre seem
pinpoint passing of Dame to the limit before suc- watch
From Ritual to Romance Jessie L. Weston C BigpTin pask of las week cumbing to the Irish 14-10. Bruce
1Big Ten Back of the Week, Willie
Sans-Culottes Albert Soboul k Jones, the running of junior Den- The Notre Dame offense dom- down
n4 nis Cremeens, and the work of mated the first half, rolling up ingtor
- The Wobbles Patrick Renshaw a fired up defensive unit, the 272 yards on the way to a 14-0 The
SevenM Story ountain Thomas Merton g Hoosiers controlled the game locker room lead. But State's de- ed sl
fense stopped the Irish cold af- dow
People's Comic Book 4 ter halftime, limiting them to just stanz
Astrology of Personality Dane Rudhyar 4, RELIABLE 7 yards in the third and fourth move
quarters. ward
Hidden Dimension Edward T. Hall ABORTION ERVIE State showed a similar reversal 27 Po
ABRTO SRVC on the offensive side of the beo
Tale of Gengi Lady Murasaki l "n the s h before
4 Clinic in Mich.-1 to 24 week ledger in the second half. The
The Black Aesthetic Addison Gayle, Jr. 4 pregnancies terminated by li- Spartans had been unable to serv
h ensed obstetrician gynecolo- move the ball into Notre Dame Ohi
iArchitecture Without Architects ist. Quick services wil be or- territory in the first 30 minutes,
but took over the offensive mo-
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'geti
um in the second half, nore
doubling their first half out-
in total yardage.
chigan State, in fact, came
in 24 yards of taking the lead
way through the final quarter
quarterback Charlie Bag-
led his team deep into Irish
ory. But Notre Dame de-
ve back Mike Townsend
up with a key pass inter-
on to snuff out the Spartans'
hopes.
Columbus, Woody Hayes
d another fullback from his
ingly endless supply tnd
hed as converted linebacker
t Elia scored two touch-
s in a 27-3 romp over Wasn-
n State.
e top-ranked Buckeyes start-
owly, failing to gain a first
throughout the opening
a. But OSU's ground game
ed into high gear soon after-
as the offense exploded for
ints in the next two periods
e giving way to the re-
s.
o State's attack was paced

fough
by Archie Griffin, the narion's
seventh leading rusher prior to
the game, who shredded the
Cougars defenses for 128 yards
overland and was the recipient
of a six yard touchdown pass
from Cornelius Greene to boot.
Greene amassed 88 yards on the
ground, and Elia added 57.
Wisconsin exhibited an explo-
sive offense,i defeating Wyoming
in a wild-scoring affair 37-28 at
Madison. The Badgers rolled up
548 yards on the ground and 630
overall..
In other action involving Big
Ten teams, Iowa lost to undefeat-
ed Arizona 23-20 on a Wildcat
field goal with two minutes re-
maining, Purdue decimated Duke
27-7, Northwestern bowed to Ohio
U. 14-12 when the Evanstonians'
92 yard fourth quarter drive was
halted on the Bobcats' one yard
line by a Rich Boothe fumble
with 2:53 left to play, Illinois
committed five fumbles in losing
24-0 to Stanford, Nebraska crush-
ed Minnesota 48-7, and Michigan
beat Oregon 24-0.

r.nrf . f 7--
Big Ten Standings

Conference

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Ohio State
Purdue
Illinois
Northwestern
Indiana
Michigan State
Minnesota
Wisconsin
Iowa

W
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0

L
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1

T
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

PF
31
56
14
28
14.
14
10
7
13
7

PA
7
7
13
14
10
28
14
56
14
31

W
4
3'
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
0

All
L
0
0
2
2
3
2
3
3
3
4

Games
T PF
0 116
0 120
0 67
0 65
0 40
0 69
0 55
0 74
0 91
0 53

PA
17
13
64
62
89
71
70
152
90
136

Daily rhoto by DAVID MARGOLICK
MICHIGAN PLACEKICKER Mike Lantry (36) boots the ball out
of holder Tom Slade's (17) hands and over the crossbar in last
year's 10-0 blitz of Michigan State. The Vietnam veteran's much-
improved left leg could prove a valuable weapon during Saturday's
clash in East Lansing.
Gridde Pickiungs
1HE DAILY LIBELS, perpetual epitomes of power and greatness,
strengthened their drive for national recognition with a character-
istic 34-0 thrashing of the Edit Page Flunkies.
Chief Edit Page honchos "Pack 'em Off" Parks and "Rip-off"
Robinson, who love the game - especially the college game - were
allegedly buried in a sea.of strawberry yogurt and were unable to
attend the debacle. The Libels, ever the perfect sportsmen, ar-
ranged for "Escanaba Bob" McGinn to let three interceptions slip
through his usually glue-like fingers as a token of mercy.
Get your Gridde pickings in to 420 Maynard by midnight Friday
and try for a free Mr. Pizza pizza, just like Steve Jordan of 250 Pres-
cott. E~ast Quhad did last week-

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