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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November S, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 5, 1972

OSU GROUNDS GOPHERS:

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Spartans squash Purdue
EAST LANSING (W) - A fired- from scrimmage this year with his I ed a 31-yard run by the 6-4, 225 stopped just short of the Hawkeye
up Michigan State won one 22-12 61-yard jaunt. His two touchdowns pound fullback. goal on fourth and one after t h e
for retiring Coach Duffy Daugher- were on identical plays of keepers I The Gophers' Tom Waltower ran Badgers had reached a first down
ty yesterday and continued to to the right. the ensuing kickoff back 76 at the six.
chase the Big Ten football leaders * * * yards to the Ohio State 10 and * * *
while knocking favored Purdue outi, Beaudoin scored three plays later.Iln .
from among the front runners iniBuckS bury Minnesota scored again with a tiumpt
the conference standings. COLUMBUS-(UPI)-Sohpomore little over a minute left in the EVANSTON, Ill. (Al - Quarter-
Daugherty announced the night fullback Harold "Champ" Henson, first period on King's one-yard back Mike Wells scampered to two
before the game that he was re- the nation's third leading scorer, plunge, capping a 15-play, 69-yard touchdowns and hurled a pair of I
tiring from his coaching job at picked up 131 yards rushing in drive. scoring passes yesterday as Illi
the end of this, his 19th season. 25 carries and ran for two touch- r * * nois shattered a seven-game lo-
Purdue Coach Bob DeMoss, recov- downs to lead Ohio State to a ing streak with an explosive 43-13
ering from a bout of pneumonia, surprisingly tough 27-19 win over Badgers squeak Big Ten football triumph over er
watched from the pressbox while Minnesota yesterday. MADISON () - Wisconsin, stop- ror-stricken Northwestern.
watche fromIn notching their season's first
his assistants handled the frustrat- ped inches short of a touchdownv.
ed Boilermakers. eTnF t with 5:08 to play, was handed a le of conference cellar teams wth
Quarterback Mark Niesen was w two-point safety three plays later
the sparkling star for the Spartans, The other Ohio State scores when Iowa's Dave Harris fell down a 28-point third quarter after hold
es~pin fo tochdwn unsof n hs on ed zne nd ungon tng a 13-7 halftime lead over tne
escaping for touchdown runs of came on an 11-yard run by fresh- foras16-1 BidTen football v icto baffled Wildcats who lost three
7and fn ad , man tailback Archie Griffin and fumbles and had three passes inter-
Loyal a 23-yard pass from quarterback .rcepted.
fly over Spartan Stadium trailing Greg Hare to tight end Ted Pow Harris, on third and eight from Wells, scoring a total of 17
a banner proclaiming: "We love ei, the Iowa three, tried to circle left points, was masterful in the big
Duffy and the Spartans." end but hit one of his blockers, Illini third quarter which opened
The MSU defense did a stalwart' The Minnesota scoring came on senld utnit oelofllnhisid blockersc opn
Thb b gu efens e id t wart a seven yard run by Doug Beau- stumbled and fell, with the 6-foot-5-inch quarterback
job, bottling up Purdue's 0 t B s doin, a one-yard run by John King Penetration by Wisconsin corn- racing 40 yards to score on a
Armstrong, the leading Big Ten and a six-yard pass to King from erback Kit Davis helped force the keeper ,play.
rusher before the game. quarterback Bob Morgan. safety and, after Iowa got the ball Only 41 seconds later, Wells
The MSU offense, which had The Buckeyes, who are now 7-0 back with 1:53 to play, Davis flipped a 12-yard scoring pass to
been sputtering in earlier games, over all and 5-0 in the Big Ten clinched the victory when he inter- Garvin Roberson and midway in
started rolling in the second quar- scored on the first series of downs cepted a pass by freshman quarter- the third quarter he shot a nine-
ter with a 48-yard touchdown drive with Henson plunging over from back Butch Caldwell at midfield. yard touchdown pass to George
that took 11 plays with Arnold Mor- two yards out to cap a march of The safety came after Wisconsin Uremovich on a fourth-and-three
gado going over from, the five. 83 yards in 12 plays, which includ- reserve tailback Tony Davis was play.
Another apparent MSU touch- -
down, on a pass from Niesen to __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Mike Jones on the one, was called
back by a penalty. -
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SOPH SHOW presents
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Big Ten
Standings

W LT PF
MICHIGAN 5 0 0 11
Ohio State 5 0 0 146
Purdue 4 1 0 121
Mich. State 3 1 1 83
Indiana 2 3 0 88
Wisconsin 2 3 0 64
Iowa 1 4 1 57
Minnesota 1 4 0 98
Illinois 1 4 0 71
Northwestern 1 5 0 62
Yesterday's Results

PA
14
53
39
42
118
120
133
138
114
145

MICHIGAN 21, Indiana 7
Mich. State 22, Purdue 12
Ohio State 27, Minnesota 19
Wisconsin 16, Iowa 14
Illinois 43, Northwestern 13
"DID YOU KNOW that
Kathy FOJTIK is the only stu-
dent candidate for County Com-
missioner in District 14?"
KATHY
FOJITK
Dist. 14 Commissioner
'Pd. Pol. Adv.
RE-ELECT
SYLVESTER A.
LEONARD
COUNTY TREASURER
HONEST-TRUSTWORTHY
QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE1
25 YEARS AS PUBLIC OFFICIAL
10 YEARS COUNTY TREASURER
10 YRS. COUNTY SUPERVISOR
5 YRS. LINCOLN SCHOOL
BOARD
Republican
Pd. Pol. Adv.

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TAX REFORM:
Griffin voted against the Kennedy-Hartke Amendments to reduce
tax loopholes (Dec. 6 & 10). On November 12 & 20, 1971, he
voted to increase tax credits on investments for corporations and
to accelerate their depreciation deductions (these two measures
will reduce corporate taxes by $8 billion per year) . Griffin voted
against measures to increase personal tax deductions and reduce
tpxation on the poor (Nov. 12 & 16, 1971) .
FRANK KELLEY, Democrat, U.S. Senate
Paid for by Students for Kelley
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Tickets are now on sale
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What the people say about KATHY

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DIRECTOR SUMMIT STREET CLINIC (Dr. Ed Pierce)

"Kathy has thoroughly researched

many health care issues and would serve as an advocate for quality health care. She is competent
and has my support. I hope she has yours.
STATE McGOVERN COORDINATOR (Laird Harris) "Kathy was one of the original organizers
of the McGovern campaign in Ann Arbor back in the summer of 1971. She worked as Student
Coordinator and as the Manager of the Ypsilanti Headquarters. Due in large part to Kathy's ef-
forts, Ypsilanti went for McGovern. We need Kathy on the Board."

ACTIVE FEMINIST

(Vivian Shaner)

"On women's issues, Kathy is certainly the strongest can-

didate. If you're a woman, a vote for Kathy is a vote for yourself, if you're a male, let me say that
Kathy is fair."

FIRST STUDENT CANDIDATE FOR U of M REGENT

(John Koza)

"Kathy's on top of every

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Vote
PROPOSAL B-
Proposal to Allow Abortion Unde.r
Certain Conditions. The proposed law
would allow a licensed medical or os-
teopathic physician to perform an
abortion at the request of the patient,
if (1) the period of gestation has
not exceeded 20 weeks, and (2) if
the procedure is performed in a li-
censed hospital or other facility ap-
proved by the Department of Public
Health.

YES RPSAL B

issue which is relevant to county problems as her issue papers can attest. She's put in a great
deal of time, and would continue to do so as a "full-time" commissioner."
COUNTY COMMISSIONER (Jim Cregar) "Over the months I've seen Kathy take an active in-
terest in county government and the areas which have been neglected for too long (Health Care,
Recycling, Bike Paths . . .). Kathy is the best posible representative from the 14th District."
YOUNGEST CANDIDATE FOR THE U.S. CONGRESS (Walt Shapiro) "There is no question that
Kathy is the most experienced, qualified and socially active of the candidates in the 14th Dis-
trict. Kathy would be a conscientious commissioner."
PEACE CORPS FIELD REPRESENTATIVE TO AFRICA (Melvin J. Thompson) "As one who has
known Kathleen over the years during her time in South America with the Peace Corps and dur-
ing the time she taught in Africa. She is the type of person who works "with" people, not "for"
them, or "at" them. I've seen Kathleen do many fine things, and I know she will be a fine com-

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN STUDENT (Jane Owens) "Vote for a fellow student who will ef-
fectively represent you on the county level. One chosen not by a few, but by many in an open pri-

mary where issues were openly debated and discussed."
VOTE

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or the people,

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