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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, November IS, 1973

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, November 15; 1973

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AN INVITATION TO A PUBLIC FORUM
ON THE WORLD CONGRESS OF
PEACE FORCES
by five local delegates just returned
from a week in the Soviet Union
Slides, tapes, views of other delegations, local organizing
THURS.-7:30 P.M.
FACULTY LOUNGE in Michigan Union

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ONEG \SHA!
AEPi Fraternity invites
you to a friendly even
of religious discussion.
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE S
FRIDAY, Nov. 16-
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"By RICH LERNER season undefeated and untied. That
in The stage was set for the Kent wo-ld be Miami's first perfezt sea-
State-Miami of Ohio showdown last son since Ara Parseghian's 9-0
Saturday. Kent's Golden Flashes team of 1955.
were rated nineteenth in the na- A STRONG ground-oriented of-
ERVED tion, unbeaten in the Mid-Ameri- fense and a leather tough defense
can Conference a n d defending have supplied the Redskins' fire-
champions. Miami's Redskins held power. Tailback Bob Hitchens, a
8 .m the seventeenth slot in the polls third-team All-American last sea-
*P"m"and had the nation's longest un- son, is the team's leading rusher,
beaten streak, nine games. Over but this year has had to share
l 27,000 fans were assembled in duties with fullback Chuck Var-
Kent's Memorial Stadium. At 1:30 ner, a converted linebacker. Coach
'the shooting commenced, and when Bill Mallory, perhaps the next new
the smoke cleared, Miami had coach at any Big Ten school that
come out on top 20-10, to be crown- needs a coaching change, employs
ed the new MAC champ. two quarterbacks. Junior Steve
It's been that way all season Sanna is his passing quarterback,
long for the "Cradle of Coaches." having thrown for 798 yards and
Miami must only gun down Cin- six touchdowns to date. Mallory's
cinnati and its, as of now unde- running quarterback is Sherman
cded, bowl opponent to finish the Smith, who has scampered for

over 400 yards.
Ro~indPi'a out the backfield is
wingback Larry Harper, a high
school mate of Dennis Franklin in;
Massillon. Harper may come into
his own next year when he no
longer has to play in the shadow
of Hitchens. The offensive line, led
by tackle Mike Biehle, a second
team all-conference selection as a
sophomore last season, has been
able to open wide holes for Hitch-
ens and Varner.
MIAMI'S DEFENSE, which has
been rated among the top ten in'
the nation in total defense the last
three years, is spearheaded by;
junior middle guard Brad Cousino.j
Cousino, who may be a candidate;
for All-America laurels next sea-*
son when he does not have to com-
pete with big names like Okla-

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FRIDAY - SUNDAY:
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hom,'s Luzious Selmon or Tony
Cristiani of Miami (Fla.), h!as
beei in on 175 tackles including
30 for losses, totaling 150 yards.
Miami, in its position as MAC
champ has a definite invitation to
the Tangerine Bowl in Orlando.
However, the Redskins feel that if
they beat Cincinnati this Saturday
they may be invited to either the
Sun or Peach bowls-whichi they
would prefer. In that case, Kent
State would visit the Tangerine
Bowl. The MAC representative's
opponent in Orlando most likely
will be Memphis State or Tampa,
although wishful thinking Bowl of-
ficials have sent feelers to Tulane
and Miami (Fla.).
THE REDSKINS, alI w a y s a
strong tean under Mallory and
four straight 7-3 seasons (not a
single losing season since 1942),
have rarely been able to put it to-
gether as well as they have this
year. Already some Mid-America
on-lookers are comparing this team
to the Toledo powerhouses of 1969-
71 that won 35 straight games.
The caliber of Mid-America Con-
ference play has improved greatly
over the past few seasons. The
MAC may now have raised itself to
a par with the "Little Eight" (the
Big Tenminus two). The league's
non-conference record to date is
19-5, including wins over Purdue,
South Carolina and Northwestern.
THREE MAC teams have been
rated in the top twenty at one point
in the season, the Redskins, Kent
State, and Bowling Green. This
represents an unprecedented suc-
cess for the relatively small con-
ference.
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Nov. 19th
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DON'T MISS THIS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY!
The times and subjects of Mr. Tatem's LECTURES will be:
MONDAY EVENING, November 19th--7 p.m.
"THE EUROPEAN APPROACH TO PHOTOGRAPHY" and
"THE PHOTOGRAPHER: HIS OBLIGATIONS, HIS AWARENESS AND
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHOTO VISION"
TUESDAY AFTERNOON, November 2Oth-2 p.m.
"SMALL CAMERA SHOOTING, PRINTING AND LAB TECHNIQUES"
TUESDAY EVENING, November 20th-7 p.m.
"EXPOSURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE MINIATURE NEGATIVE"
All programs will be presented in the "University Room" of "The Briorwood Hilton"-610 Hilton Blvd. at State
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Mr. Tatem is well qualified as both a photographer and speaker; his background includes almost every facet
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