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1 "HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October Z4, 1972

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B 10 team.
S'By MARK RONAN scores were tallied by Greg
If God had intended football Hare, the quarterback, on runs
"uteams to pass, He would havo of six and seven yards.
provided them with wingbacks Indiana lost its quarterback,
A1g and a legion of Joe Namaths. i Ted McNulty, for the duration
. Perhaps, fundamentalist senti- of the game and possibly for the
I ments such as this were taken tc remainder of the season when he
r heart by those Big Ten coaches suffered a knee injury in the
who enjoyed a victory last Sat- second quarter.
r 4 urday ,for every winning team Ohio State led 17-7 when Buck-
r fared less well through the air eye Brian Baschnagel returned
" than did their defeated oppon- the second half kick-off for a
ents. stouchdown behind a vague like-
The passing successes of Illi- ness of the old Flying Wedge.
MSnoissurpassed Michigan's ef- Said Woody of the Wedge, "That
PHONE N M BERSfortsby a mere two yards; how- return was a new play we just
ever, the curious trend was put in, but it was first used in
;moreapparent in other games. 1898."
*u srpt&!Down in Ohio, where football Not since the Late Mezozoic
Crcu a on Subscrip tom assumes the aura of a minor di- Era has Purdue failed to com-
r vinity, the . Buckeyes of Woody plete a single pass, yet this very
764-0558 Hayes bowlderized Indiana 44-7. fate befell them Saturday. How-
* One is forced to agree with ever, Otis Armstrong attoned for
* Woody who said, "I think we a multitude of sins as the Boiler-
lassifled Adv. were a little physical for them." makers trampled Northwestern,
* Ohio State passed for a grand the cannonfodder of the Big Ten,
r r total of 10 yards, though they 37-0.
764-0557 did not even need that. Sopho- Purdue, as yet unsullied in the
r more fullback Harold Henson, Big Ten, gained 479 yards in 80
accumulated 116 yards in 22 car- rushes. Much of that is due to
"Dis pay A v.ries and scored a couple of Armstrong who has carried 32
DAtouchdowns. An equal number of times while collecting 233 yards.
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Armstrong's performance enabl-
ed him to better Leroy Kelly's
single game rushing mark and
to become Purdue's all-time
rushing leader with 2613 yards.
Michigan State displayed its
sometimes overshadowed talents
in its thorough 31-0 sacking of
Wisconsin. State managed a 15
yard touchdown pass in the sec-
ond period but never produced
another completion.
Indeed, quarterback Mark Nei-
sen has completed just one of
twenty attempted passes though
that one was a touchdown while
experiencing four interceptions.
Yet, once more the aerial at-
tack was so much excess bag-
gage. By means of the strong
running efforts of Damond Mays,

pass
Dave Brown, and Neisen among
many others, the Spartans roll-
ed for 415 yards on the ground.
Wisconsin's offensive drives
were often halted by untimely
fumbles as well as Duffy Daugh-
erty's Spartan defense which
limited Ruffs Ferguson to 79
yards.
The exploits of junior fullback
John King and a surprising no-
huddle offense enabled Minne-
sota to rumble by Iowa 43-14 and
earn Cal Stoll his first victory
as the coach of the often less-
than Golden Gophers. Strangely
enough the offense advanced not
a single yard through the air
though it performed with unac-
customed power.

Big Ten Standings
W L T Pts OP
MICHIGAN 3 0 0 48 7

Ohio State
Purdue
Indiana
MSU
Minnesota
Wisconsin
Iowa
Illinois
Northwestern

3 0 0 91
3 0 0 89
2 1 0 67
2 1 0 55
1 2 0 69

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AP Photo
Victory lap
World Series hero Gene Tenace takes a ride through beautiful
downtown Oakland in his spiffy vintage Buick following the A's
victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Tenace tied a World Series
record with his four round trippers and drove in nine of Oakland's
15 runs. Meanwhile, 50,000 fans lined the streets yesterday to see
their heroes.

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Conference
ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE
Conf. All Games

SATURDAY'S ACTION

Minnesota at MICHIGAN
Indiana at Northwestern
Michigan State at Iowa

Illinois at Purdue
Ohio State at Wisconsin

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Charisma
or
Dem ocracy."
Most candidates ask that we
elect them to office because they
are "good" people who we HOPE
will act in our interest.
That is the politics of individual-
ism. HRP disagrees.
We do not ask you to vote for
HRP cahdidates on blind faith.
Instead, we run candidates who
are committed to a specific plat-
form and to future open meetings
of the party. Anyone who believes
themself to be a member of HRP
can vote.
And while our system isn't per-
fect, we are striving to increase
democracy and participation in
our organization.
What is the alternative.
The Republican and Democratic
candidates are running as indi-
viduals - they are responsible to
no one but themselves.
How many times in the past have
you seen people elected to office
totally sell out their program and
those who elected them?
If you agree that collective deci-
sion-making is a better way, then
vote:

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A month ago, George Sallade charged that the in-
cumbent prosecutor had no women, blacks, Chi-
canos, or members of other minority groups on his
professional staff.
The prosecutor admitted it was true and did nothing.
SALLADE will do something about it. }
IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE !
VOTE SALLADE FOR PROSECUTOR
NOV. 7th
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Nbrth Carolina
Duke
N. Carolina St.
Clemson
Maryland
Virginia
Wake Forest
Bi
Nebraska
Okla State
Colorado
Iowa St.
Kansas St.
Oklahoma
Kansas
Missouri
So
Texas
SMU -
Arkansas
TCU
Texas Tech
Baylor
Rice
Texas A & M
Arizona
Arizona St.
New Mexico
Utah
Wyoming
BYU
Colorado St.
Texas-El Paso
USC
UCLA
Wash. State
California
Stanford
Washington
Oregon
Oregon St.

3 1 0
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0 3 0
Big EighLt
2 0 0
2 0 0
3 1 0
1 1 0
1 2 0
0 1 0
0 2 0
southwest2
WL T
2 0 0
S1 0 0
1 1 0
1 1 0
0 1 0
0 1 0
0 2 0
WLT
W L ,T
2 0 0
2 1 0
2 1 0
2 1 0
0 2 0
0 3 0
Pacific-8
3 0 0
2 1 0
1 2 0
1 2 0
0 3 0

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5 1 0
4 2 0
6 1 0
4 1 0
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4 1 0
2 4 0
3 3 0
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Standings
Southeastern
labama 5 0
,SU 2 0
uburn 3 1
lorida 2 1
.eorgia 2 1
.entucky 1 ,
[iss. State 1 3
ennessee 0 2
[ississippi 0 3
anderbilt 0 3
Mid-American
W L
ent State 2 1
owling Green 2 1
[iami (Ohio) 1 1
V. Michigan 1 1
hio 1 2
oledo-1 2

Ivy League
W.L T
Dartmouth 2 0 0
Harvard 2 0 0
Yale 2 0 0
Cornell 1 1 0
Brown 1 2 0
Princeton 0 1 1
Columbia 0 2 1
Penn 0 2 0
Major Independents

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Florida State
Air Force
Penn State
Notre Dame
Tampa
West Virginia
Army
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Billboord
An organizational meeting will
be held for the Water Polo Club
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
Student-Activities Building.

PRESENTS THE

UNION-LEAGUE
Hom Cg Sock Hop

PSYCHOLOGY
UNDERGRAD ASSOCIATION
announces a general meeting
and election of officers
TUES., OCT. 23-8:00 at SGC office
3rd floor Michigan Union
- Discussion and planning of our goals. Participation
on decision making in curriculum organizing infor-
mational services for psych undergrads.
This is your organization-help make it what you
want it to be.
IF YOU CAN'T COME TO THE MEETING LEAVE
YOUR NAME AND NUMBER AT OUR OFFICE-1542
STUDENT ACTIVITIES BLDG. AND WE WILL CON-
TACT YOU.

JIMMY AND THE JAVELINS WITH CHASTITY AND THE BELTS
9:00 P.M., THURS., OCT. 26
UNION BALLROOM

Human,ights
Party

4h 9 dO

BURGHARDT
for State Representative
.. .. ....

No Cost to

Get In

or Out!!

Come

Greased

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m. Gre ser Homecomina

Pep Raliv 7:30 .

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