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Poge Teri

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 4, 1972

Poge Ter~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday1 November 4, 1972

DAUGHERTY'S LAST HURRAH

Vote
ARMSTRONG
For
County Clerk

McGOVERN
PRECI NCT
DELEGATE
~ACTIVE IN
CPHA STRIKE
PROVIDED CAMPUS
McGOVERN'
HEADQUARTERS

Du fyless

Spartans

tussle with

Purdue

DUKE ARMSTRONG-DEMOCRAT for County Clerk
Pd. Pol. Adv.
IN BASE 2, 1010 to 1100
are Health Service INPUT'S NEW HOURS. As of
1 November, Shari will be answering your ques-
tions about Health Service, solving problems and
standing up for your rights, between 10 A.M.,and
NOON. So please call, but remember the new
schedule.

I

P.S. Because Monday is 6 November Input will
be closed but will reactivate Tuesday at 10 a.m.

Weekdays
10 a.m. to
Noon

763-4384

T7hi

By RICHARD FLAHERTY year. Duffy expressed the convic-
Duffy D a u g h e r t y, a central tion that the administration would
figure in the Big Ten Conference have backed him had he chosen to
and the head coach of the Mich- remain as coach. He will retain a
igan State Spartan football team position with the school though in
for the past 19 years, has resigned some field other than athletics.
his position effective the end of "I'll probably be working in the
the season. Word of his resigna- area of devolpment raising funds
tion was to be released this after- for the school. I'll tell the admin-
noon following the conclusion of istration what needs to be done to
the Purdue game; however, Duffy, turn the football program around.
often remembered as the smiling I'll continue to recruit and work
white-thatched Irishman appropri- hard," Duffy mused.
ately clad in the green color of
MSU, confirmed reports of his These developments have fur-
ntin yterda ther darkened the dreary skies in
East Lansing, and raises further
"I haven't been making it fun question for the Spartans as they
for the players lately," Duffy told encounter Purdue. The Spartans
newsmen attending his weekly ses- have shown brightly at times.
sion prior to home games. "I told They held well against both Notre
the boys that I didn't want them Dame and Michigan and squash-j
to go out and win one for old ed Wisconsin 31-0. But they have
Duffy." fumbled with marked determina-
He further stated, "My decision tion and have suffered numer-
to resign is irrevocable. I told the ous interceptions. A nadir of
squad Tuesday after practice of sorts was attained in last week's
my decision and asked them to 6-6 tie with Iowa.
keep it confidential until after the
game.''
The coach who brought fame to 1 dO / t
MSU through the means of football
prowess mentioned he had experi-
enced no pressure to resign on the Today the Spartans, beset with
part of the administration and, a multitude of injuries and memo-
though the fans and alumni, ac- ries must face Purdue, undefeated
customed to past glories, have in the conference and entertaining
grimly received the performance thoughts of a title based on its No.
of the Spartans over the last six 1'rushing defense, No. 2 rushing
offense, and the talents of Otis
Armstrong.
Ohio State, after dropping be-
e shind Michigan in the national polls,
hosts Minnesota and the Buckeye
homecoming celebration. Plagued
d injuries, the old Scarlet and
idlesGrey must call upon the abilities
of the bench.
Linebacker Vic Koegel and safe-
ty Rick Seifert suffer injuries that
place them out for the rest of the
season. Co-captain Rick Galbas
1972> will be out with his leg in a cast
until the Michigan game.
Linebackers Randy Gradishar
and Kevin Fletcher and defen-
sive end Tom Marendt will also
miss today's game due to various
ailments.
hlF Freshman Archie Griffin leads

the Buckeyes' rushing with his
moves in the left halfback spot.
Ohio State is number one in the
conference in rushing as well as
overall offense.
The humble Gophers, having
barely recovered from the stomp-
ing in Ann Arbor, will rely upon
the speed of John King, number
two in rushing, and Ohio's injuries
[to pull them through with a mini-
mum of humiliation.
The winless Illini, battered by
the best in the land, may finally
not lose, for they travel to meet
the hapless Wildcats of Northwest-
ern. Indeed, Illinois has been
named a slight favorite. A brisk
aerial d'iel is likely between veter-
an Illini quarterback Mike Wells
and Wildcat sophomore passer
Mitch Anderson, each of whom
finally found touchdown range last
Saturday.
Reportedly the air has been
cleared at Illinois now that the dis-
gruntled bench players have ex-
pressed their disputes with the
coaching staff policies.
A Dyche Stadium crowd of 40,000
is expected to watch the neighbor-
[hood battle for the Sweet Sioux
Tomahawk Trophy, symbolic of an
ancient and hot rivalry now stand-
ing a scant 31-30 in favor of Illinois.
Wisconsin, after losing to Ohio
State by a single touchdown con-
tests Iowa in home territory. After
their beating at the hands of MSU,
the Badgers will seek revenge on
the Hawkeyes, who upset the Spar-
tans in the aforementioned 6-6 tie.

SLIPPING AND SLIDING, Daymond Mays (elongated shirt) rolls for yardage against Southern Cali-
fornia. Today, Mays and his Spartan teammates will be playing their last game under the watchful
aegis of Duffy Daugherty as the Irishman with the twinkle in his eyes bows out after a distinguished
career at Moo Tech.

BRUINS, CARDINALS TANGLE:

Nebraska readies to

husk Buffs

By MARCIA MERKER
With half the conference season
over college football teams are
looking towards major bowl bids.
Tennessee would like to do better
than the Liberty Bowl, ,Nebra-
ska would rather switch to the Sug-
ar from the Orange Bowl and LSU
prefers the Cotton Bowl.
Will Nebraska be the victim of a
second season upset today? Their
opponents, the Colorado Buffaloes,
managed to pull one out from un-
der unbeaten Oklahoma, 20-14, two
weeks ago. Decidedly, Nebraska
poses a more formidable barrier
to overcome than Oklahoma due
to its number one defensive unit,
the Black Shirts, as well as its
star studded offensive squad.
Colorado starts the game today
with tailback Charlie Davis and
quarterback Ken Johnson both in
good condition. Davis, who has
rushed 785 yards in 161 carries,
bruised a shoulder in the Oklahoma
State game but expects to be
100 per cent today. The absence of
these two players figured in the
Buffs' two defeats. If the Black
Shirts contain Davis, Johnson will

Players on
emy football
states.

the Air Force Acad-
team come from 20

"DID YOU KNOW that the
median income of women em-
ployed by Washtenow County is
$7,000 while the median in-
come for men is $11,000?"
KATHY
FOJTK
Dist. 14 Commissioner
Pd. Pal. Adv.

resort to the air with his string I
of fine receivers, J. V. Cain, Jon1
Keyworth and Steve Haggerty.,
To score an uoset today, Color-!
ado must control the ball for long
reriods of time due to the power-.
f-l Nebraska offense. Once t h e'
Cornhuskers hit the gridiron, John-
ny Rodgers and Jerry List just tear
up the field. Rodgers, averaging
5.2 yards per carry, shattered al-
most everv Gale Sayers record in
the Big Eight with a total of 36!
to'ichdowns compared to Sayers'
20.
The Black Shirts appear to be
jist as tough as ever. No team
has scored against them in the
past 25 quarters of play. The
two men up front who solidify
the line are shoe-in All-Ameri-
Amri-cans Rich Glover and W ill i e
Harper.
Two arch-rivals - Stanford and
U.C.L.A. - will go at it today in
the Los Angeles Coliseum. For the
past two years, this classic has
decided who will fight in the Rose
Bowl. The Cardinals could once
again determine who gets the bid
by defeating UCLA.
- -
....

Michigan only knows too well The Joe Namath of college foot-
how Stanford can hold a team in bal, Bert Jones, stratifies the LSU
the clinch. Little Rod Garcia, the offense onslaught. This year alone
man who crushed Michigan's Rose Jones has made ten touchdowns
Bowl hopes last year, now holds and passed for 770 yards in the
every Stanford field goal record Southeastern Conference.

in the book. He defintely makes f
the edge with the ability to kick
54 yard field goals.f
Last Saturday, running b a c k
John Winesberry saw his f i r s t
action since the Southern C a 1
game. Coach Jack Christiansen
termed his as the "difference" be-
tween wining and losing to Oregon
State.
-I
Stanford's defensive line con-
sists of two outstanding players, j
Jim Merlo, who has made 97
tackles this season, and Randy
Poltl, who intercepted the pass
that sealed a Stanford victory
last week.I
UCLA will concentrate on
lengthy ball control. Mark Harmon
uses the wishbone option to his
best advantage managing an ex-
plosive ground game not to men-
tion his passing attack.
Most of the Bruin rushing yard-
age is credited to Jim McAlister
and Kermit Johnson. These t w o
have earned the majority of the
40 points per-game.
Louisiana State, holding a mostI
impressive record to date, takes
on Ole Miss today in Baton Rouge.
LSU's biggest season game, next'
week against Alabama, points tow-
ards a clash with Texas in the
Cotton Bowl. This is why the Tigers
cannot take today's game too light-
[ly.
The Tiger defense has held every
team but Pacific to less than 1N)
yards on the ground. So. unless
Mississippi can use its passing,
the outlook is grim for Ole Miss.
Mississippi has the talent in re-
ceivers Bill Barry, Butch Veaz-
ey and Bill Malouf, but the quar-
terback Norris Weese lacks the
ability to hit the mark most of
the time.!
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Folletts
for publisher
remainders

Both two games down in the con-
ference, Tennessee and Georgia
fight for major bowl bids today.
Tennessee, heading towards the
Gator Bowl, sports an improved
offense compared to last season's
squad due to its powerful quarter-
back Conredge Holloway. Also aid-
ing in the attack is the best open
runner the Vols' have seen in a
long time, Haskel Stanback, and
an improved blocking line.
Linebacker Jamie Rotella is
playing the best football in his
career. He joins cornerback Con-
rad Graham and ends Lambert and
Johnson as team defensive stand-
outs.
Georgia has settled down from
its early season jitters to execute
some sound grid-performers.
Tailback Jimmy Poulos and quar-
terback Andy Johnson form a bril-
liant combo on the field.
Prodigal back
Duane comes
to San Diego
SAN DIEGO (P)-Running back
Duane Thomas rejoined the San
Diego Chargers in a two-hour prac-
tice session yesterday for Sunday's
National Football League game
against the Dallas Cowboys.
Thomas has been on San Diego's
inactive list after failing to join the
team since being traded from Dal-
las July 31.
Several weeks ago Thomas ap-
peared unexpectedly at the Charg-
ers' practice field but left the
next day.
A terse announcement said only
that Coach Harland Svare "would
not say whether the running back
would be activated" for the game
against his former teammates.
Thomas wore sweat clothes and
practiced "like all the others,"
a team spokesman said.
The Dallas game is the eighth for
San Diego, now 2-4-1. Wide receiver
Billy Parks and running back Mike
Montgomery, who were traded to
Dallas for Thomas, have been
used often by the Cowboys, 5-2.
Thomas has sought a major
salary increase for the final year
of his three-year contract signed
with the Cowboys.

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:At least the Republican candidate has been consistent on this issue in
Livonia. At every public meeting, he has begun by berating Marv Stempien

University
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Church
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