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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Ihursday, October 18, 1913

PageEigh THEMICHGAN AIL

NOT FOR WOMEN ONLY,
Most everyone knows about contraceptive lectures at Health Serv-
ice. They provide basic information about various methods of
contraception. The meetings are kept informal and questions are
encouraged. But we've discovered this does not always meet stu-
dents' needs. So to try to improve and expand the services, we
now have gyn contraceptive counselors available during most
gynecology clinic hours. They will see students by appointments
or on a walk-in basis. The counselor will be able to talk with you
individually and confidentially to help provide:
" information about specific contraceptive methods;
" information regarding sexual responses and techniques;
* the chance to discuss your personal feelings about rela-
tionships and the use of contraception;
" resource and referral information.
/
S,(and for females, it will be a chance to help you be more
comfortable and at ease when visiting the gynecology
clinic.
To make an appointment or check the counselors' schedules
CALL 763-4370 (Gynecology Clinic)

Grid

stats

pa Bced
By BILL CRANE

BIG TEN STANDINGS

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

W
2
2
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
0

Conference
L T PF PA W
0 0 62 7 5
0 0 80 7 4
0 0 43 27 3
0 0 45 25 2
1 0 27 28 2
\1 0 31 59 2
2 0 17 52 2
2 0 13 38 1
2 0 10 45 1
2 0 15 46 0
SATURDAY'S GAMES

All
L
0
0
2
3
3
3
3
4
4
5

Games
T PF
0 147
0 144
0 80
0 71
0 80
0 98
0 72
0 91
0 55
0 68

PA
17
13
75
104
79
155
95
114
101
157

The Michigan Wolverines, cur-
rently prepping for this Satur-
day's game with Wisconsin, find
themselves atop the Big Ten in
several defensive categories.
Arithmetic shows Michigan
yielding the fewest ground yards
by a defensive team. The Blue
defenders have allowed only 158
yards in 71 tries by the opposi-
tion and no touchdowns. Ohio
State stands second at 267 yards
allowed in 79 plays and one six-
pointer.
Wolverine defenders also lead
the conference with their, total
defense yield. Gary Moeller's

b y )
men have allowed but 375 total
yards in 99 plays, while Ohio
State is second with 401 yards in
112 plays; (despite their better
per play average).
Both the Wolverines and the
Buckeyes share the lead in al-
lowing the fewest points by the
opposition - 3.5 points per game.
However, in passing defense
Michigan and Ohio State leave
the scene, leaving Illinois' Fight-
ing Illini atop the statistical heap.
Michigan State trails in second
place.
The Wolves, at the same time,'
are last in the league in passing
defense. The opposing teams have
completed 16 of 28 passes against
the Maize and Blue secondary
for a substantial 217 yards. Nev-
ertheless, none of that yardage

fue
has hit paydirt
verines.

efe se
against the Wol-

Ohio State at Indiana

Weekdays
2 p.m. to
4 p.m.

sue Shelia
7634384

UAC Football
Ticket Exchange
Union Ticket
Desk
Friday, Oct. 19

Work in Washington, D.C. this summer
Sponsored by U-M Washington Summer Intern Program
Positions available in Congress, Offices, Lobbying
Groups, Executive Agencies, Research Orgns.
MASS MEETING
THURSDAY
UNDERGRADUATES ONLY
7:30, October 25
Multipurpose Room-3rd Floor UGLI

Illinois at Michigan State
Minnesota at Iowa
Northwestern at Purdue
Wisconsin at MICHIGAN

MICHIGAN'S offensive produc-
tion looks good in relation to the
rest of the league. Although Ohio
State leads in rushing (140 at-
tempts-806 yards-8 TD's), total
offense (154 plays-918 yards-9
TD's), and scoring (40 points per
game), Bo's boys have produced
enough cross country yardage to
be the runner up in all three
categories. (Michigan has netted
669 yards in 135 tries-6 TD's, to-
tal offense figures give Michi-
gan 725 yards in 150 tries-7 TD's,
and the Blue Wave has scored
31 points per game.)
Passing statistics see loop pow-
erhouses Michigan and Ohio
State again disappear from the
leaders. Wisconsin leads the
league with 258 aerial yards in-
cluding 20 completions in 44 at-
tempts and one touchdown.
MICHIGAN is located in next to
last place with a miserable 56
yards gained through the sky on
five connections in 15 throws for
one score.

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ATTENTION ALL RECOGNIZED
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS:
There will be a public meeting to discuss the past, pres-
ent, and future status of the University guidelines for
recognized student organizations.
All sudent organizations are urged to attend
6 P.M. THURSDAY in the SGC offices
OMEGA 79
r )O
FAST, FREE DELIVERY
SUBS--CH ICKEN-SHRIMP-SALADS-BURGERS-FRI ES-COKE
A medium or large A medium or large
5 Oc 1 itemor more C item or more
Qff OMEGA PIZZA .OMEGA PIZZA
COUPON HONORED ANYTIME COUPON HONORED ANYTIME
Name __Name
Address _ _Address
FO DELIVERY ONLY FOR DELIVERY ONLY

POSITIONS NOW OPEN FOR
CENTRAL
STUDENT JUDICIARY.
ALL-CAMPUS SUPREME COURT
WHO CAN APPLY?
Any student of the university.
WHERE TO APPLY?
Room 3-X Michigan Union
WHEN TO APPLY?
Before Monday, Oct. 22, 1 973, 3 p.m.
HOW TO APPLY?
Just fill out a csj prospective candidates form and
sign up for an interview.
WHAT IS NEEDED?
Clear logical thought is the only requirement.j
HOMECOMING
RING DAY
official U. of M. Ring
LARGE SELECTION
MICHIGAN UNION LOBBY

Individual statistical standouts
after two weeks of play include
three Wolverines. Tailback Gil
Chapman is third in rushing yard-
age, averaging 93 yards a game.
In front of Chapman (Michigan's
second tailback) is the Big Ten's
leading rusher, John King, Min-
nesota's bruising fullback and
OSU's Archie Griffin.
Barry Dotzauer, tlW slender
half of Michigan's golden kick-
ng game, leads the league in
punting with his 42.2 yards per
kick clip, tying him with Wis-
consin's Ken Simmons. Mike Lan-
Archie Griffin try, the stockier half of the Wol-
verines booting game, ranks sec-
BIG TEN STATISTICS.
RUSHING

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Archie Griffin, OSU
John King, MINN
GIL CHAPMAN, MICH
Cornelius Greene, OSU
Stan Key, NU
Ken Starling, .IND
CHUCK HEATER, MICH
ED SHUTTLESWORTH, MICH
Roy Kidd, PUR
Ken Starch, WIS
PASSING
At

At
44
49
35
23
44
38
25
34
11
32

Yds
298
230
186
165
161
158
147
137
136
134

1. Gregg Bohlig, WIS
2. Mitch Anderson, NU
3. Charlie Baggett, MSU
4. Jeff Hollenbach, ILL
5. Kyle Skogman, IOWA
6. Bo Bobrowski, PUR
7. Mike Glazier, IND
8. John Lawing, MINN
9. DENNIS FRANKLIN, MICH
10. Cornelius Greene, OSU,
SCORING
1. Dan Beaver, ILL
2. MIKE LANTRY, MICH
Blair Conway, OSU
4. Cornelius Greene, OSU
GIL CHAPMAN, MICH
Bo Bobrowski, PUR
Stan Key, NU
John King, MINN
Bruce Elia, OSU
Steve Greene, ILL
Eddie Jenkins, ILL

At Comp
44 20
36 19
25 13
33 15
35 13
17 8'
26 13
16 8
14 4
9 2
TD
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

Pct
.455
.528
.520
.455
.371
.471
.500
.500
.286
.222
XP
8
S11

Ave '
6.8
4.7
5.3
7.2
3.7
4.2
5.9
4.0
12.4
4.2
Yds
258
209
219
186
184
128
104
35
47
22
FG
5
2
1

TD
1,
2
1
1
1
Pts
19
14
14
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

TD
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1

Gregg Bohig
ond in scoring with 14 points.
One other league-leading per-
former includes Gregg Bohlig,
Wisconsin's quarterback. Bohlig
comes into Saturday's game
against Michigan as the leader in
both forward passing and total
offense.
Some trends have partly re-
vealed themselves as Michigan
and Wisconsin get ready to
square off. Wisconsin is third in
total offense in the Big Ten, con-
fronting Michigan with a team
that can move the ball.
Wisconsin leads the league in
passing: Michigan is last in the
leagueinpass defense. Neverthe-
less, the Wolverines' defensive
corps has not allowed a touch-
down to be scored on them in the
Big Ten, and although Wiscon-
sin has moved the ball, the Bad-
gers have had difficulty scoring.
Wisconsin is ninth in both total
defense and in rushing defense-
a revelation the Wolverines are
likely not to ignre.
As Saturday nears, the statis-
tics are likely to give way to fun-
damentals - blocking, tackling,
and good execution. If these are
performed well and assignments
are maintained by either side -
past performances will move over
for Saturday's desire.
PUNTING
No. Ave.
1. BARRY DOTZAUER, MICH 9 42.2
Ken Simmons, WIS 6 42.2
3. Mike Vierneisel, ILL 13 40.7
4. Frank Mosko, MINN 16 39.9
5. Mike Terrizzi, PUR 12 39.8
6. Jim Wenzel, IND 17 39.2
7. Wayne Frederickson; NU 4 38.3
8. Joe Heppner, IOWA 8 37.3
9. Bill Simpson, MSU 12 34.3
10. Tom Skadany, OSU 7 31.3
Blue Hens
hold lock on
college, poll
The college division continues to
be dominated by undefeated Dela-
ware. The Blue Hens are 6-0 and
headed toward an unheard of third-
straight college division crown.
"Dupont State" severely trounced
Connecticut 35-7 last weekend.
Western Kentucky made a
strong showing against another
Ohio Valley Conference team,
crushing Tennessee Tech 41-0, and
as a result leapt from 11th to 6th,
marking the biggest jump up of the
week.
The latest poll resulted in an ex-
citing shake-up after Nevada-Las
Vegas and Elon upset previously
ranked teams, gaining a ranking
themselves.
Grambling, South Dakota, and
Wittenberg all i'mproved their
standings as they prepare for this
week's grid battles. Eastern Mich-
igan's Hurons remain in the top
fifteen with their twelfth-place
standing in this week's poll.
SmallCollege Poll
W-L-T Pts.

AIKIDO

Wed.-Fri., Oct.1 7-19

Hours 11-5

First organizational meeting of Aikido
of University of Michigan

Association

HOMECOMING
RING DAY SPECIAL
FREE SIGNATURE IN GOLD

Josten's Representative will assist you

$12.00 DEPOSIT

____________~~1r

THURSDAY at 7:30
Michigan League Conference Rm. 5
Call HARVEY BARA for
further info 663-1013
Aikido is a Japanese art of .self-defense that is based on non-
resistance rather than strength. An attack is never stopped; it is met
and guided in a way that causes the attacker to be thrown by the
force of his own attack.
In addition to throws, Aikido also employs a number of wrist
techniques. Although these techniques are extremely painful and
can drive an aggressor to the ground immediately, they are not
designed to break bones or cause injury. For this reason, Aikido can
be said to a 'kind' form of self-defense.
The word aikido means "method, or, way (do) for the Coordina-
tion, or Harmony (ai) of Mental Energy, or Spirit (ki)." Aikido is
then harmony of the mind and of the body.
We need not struggle against an opponent's strength. If we
lead his mind, his body will follow. However, to lead an opponent's
mind the Aikidoist must be calm and relaxed and in control of his
own mind and body. One of the most valuable aspects of Aikido is
that it trains its students to be relaxed and in harmony with them-
selves and with others. These are things which can be carried into
our daily lives and can help us to be better and more effective people.

GA LLO
PINK CHABUS
OF CALIFORN IA
MOre than a Rosi, our Pink Chablis is a captivating
wine combining the delicate fragrance of a superior Rosi
and the crisp character of a fine Chablis. This wine is one
tour most delightful creations. Made and bottled at th
Gao Vineyards in Modesto, Calif. Alcohol 12% byoL

TIMEO
Magazine
reports:
"Gallo's Pink Chablis
recently triumphed
over ten costlier
competitors in a blind
tasting among a
panel of wine-industry
executives
in Los Angeles.
Time Magazine November 27,1972 page 81.

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