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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, November 11, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, November Ii, 1972

live Music
In Place Of
Dinner Mints
Some coffee houses give out
dinner mints for free. They think
that is atmosphere. Tough luck.
We provide live music on
weekends. Students display their
artwork on our walls. Theater
groups work on our stage.
We are the Halfway Inn.
You can afford us because we
are non-profit. There is never a
cover charge.
the halfway inn

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Tigers
By MIKE PRITULA
In the course of a college foot-
ball season there are invariably a
couple of gridiron tussles that are
labeled "game of the year". One
of these monumental struggles will
take place in Birmingham, Ala-
bama today.
The undefeated and second-
ranked Crimson Tide of Alabama
host the visiting Tigers of LSU.
The Tigers are also unbeaten
and rated sixth in this week's
polls. The winner will not only
enhance its chances for the na-
tional championship, but should
take the SEC crown with the vic-
tory.
The game shapes' up as a de-
fensive battle as both teams are
only giving up an average of about
ten points a game, ranking both
teams among the best in the na-
tion.
LSU has tackle John Wood and
linebackers Pepper Rutland a n d
Warren Capone to challenge the
Crimson Tide's vaunted running
game. Mike Williams is producing
an exceptional year in the secon-
dary for LSU, and should make

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Alabama think twice about throw- up less than ten points a game,
ing the pigskin. and fans can't expect many points
The Tide has some All-Amer- from the Washington offense.
ican candidates on their defense But the Huskies' defense may
that stacks up to be one of the be able to match the Bruin de-
strongest in the nation. Defen- fenders; that is if they can con-
sive end John Mitchell is hav- tain the two racehorses in the
ing a great year and Bobby Mc- UCLA backfield. Kermit Johnson
Kenny is fleet footed in the se- and James McAlister comprise
condary. one of the best one-two punches
This showdown wil be the game in college football. But they're
to watch today as quarterbacks running up again a front wall that
Bert Jones of LSU and Terry Dav- i includes end Kurt Matter and
is of Alabama lead their teams in tackle Gordy Guinn. These two
the battle of the unbeatens. might be the biggest hopes for a
Out on the West Coast the Bruins Washington victory.
of UCLA will be facing Pac-8 foe The team that pulled the big
upsets over Notre Dame and Color-
ado on successive weekends will be
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Giant-killer Missouri faces y e t
Washington (7-2). The Huskies another football power as they in-
could catch UCLA looking ahead vade the Oklahoma campus to take
to their game with USC next week. on the Sooners. Oklahoma is rated
Washington is a team to reckon seventh in the nation, although this
with and could pull the upset. should have no effect on the Tig-
Sonny Sixkiller quarterbacks a ers as they seem right at home
Huskie's offense which has been playing top-rated teams.
inconsistent all season. Add the ________________
fact that the Huskies will be fac-
ing a UCLA defense that gives lOP i ?f ioaay

This Weekend in Sports
TODAY
FOOTBALL-at Iowa
HOCKEY-at Notre Dame
RUGBY-Miami of Ohio, at Palmer Field, 1:30
CROSS COUNTRY-at Bowling Green, District Championships
WATER POLO-at Indiana, Mid-West Conference Championships
TOMORROW
VARSITY RESERVE FOOTBALL-at Michigan State

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1. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA,
idle
2. Louisiana State at
ALABAMA
3. NEBRASKA at Iowa State
4. OHIO STATE at Michigan
State
5. MICHIGAN at Iowa
6. LOUISIANA STATE at
Alabama
7. Missouri at OKLAHOMA
8. UCLA at Washington
9. TEXAS at Baylor
10. North Carolina State at
PENN STATE

is running this offense which is
among the nations' leaders in near-
ly every offensive category. The
Sooners will be counting on t h i s
star-studded unit to stifle the Tig-
er's upset thoughts.
How many times have Rich Glov-
er and Willie Harper of Nebraska
been mentioned as sure-fire All-
Americans? Chalk up one more
time as these stalwart defenders
lead the Cornhuskers of Nebraska
into a Big Eight Game with tough
Iowa State (5-2).
The Cornhuskers have a defense
that is geared to keep opponents
from scoring. Until last week's
game with Colorado they had shut
out four straight teams. I Q w a
State, however, should pose a for-
midable scoring threat.
The Cyclones have been aver-
aging over 33 points a game and
scored a season high of 55 against
K a n s a s State. Quarterback
George Amundson is a fine pas-
ser with a number of excellent1
receivers he can throw to. But
the workhorse of this offense
is tailback Mike Stachan who is
among the top rushers in the
country.
Johnny Rodgers of Nebraska will
be trying to match Stachan stride
for stride when these explosive
teams get together in Ames.
In most major conferences, the
field of contenders has been nar-
rowed down to two or three and
the Southwest Conference, normal-
ly the private domain of Texas and
Arkansas, this year, involves the;
powerful Longhorns and little
known Texas Tech.

The Red Raiders of Tech have
benefited from an easy sched-
ule and boast a 7-1 overall re-
cord which is blemished only by
a 25-20 loss to the Longhorns
back in early October.
Texas Tech plays TCU today in
a SWC clash and the Raiders are
favored by a touchdown in this old
and intense rivalry.
Texas is rated a 14 point favorite
over Baylor this afternoon as full-
back Roosevelt Leaks and a strong
defense, which has gotten better
each week, should prove too much
for the men of Baylor.
Yale's victory over Dartmouth
last week threw the Ivy League
into a three way scramble be-
tween Yale, Dartmouth, and Har-
vard.
There are no showdowns today
with Dartmouth at Columbia, Yale
invading Philadelphia to battle;
Penn, and Harvard at Princeton. t
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When Irish eyes are smiling
Duffy Daugherty of MSU made Spartan eyes smile last SAtur-
day against Purdue with an upset win. Can Duffy do it again
today against the Big Bad Buckeyes?
BLUE FAVORED

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The Missouri offense has jun-
ior transfer John Cherry operat-
ing the Wishbone which features
speedsters Leroy Moss and Tom-
my Reamon. Reamon has great
.... moves that he, and also 9.7
sprinter Mike Fink, use on punt
returns to break games open.
The Sooners have Greg Pruitt
and Joe Wylie lugging,the ball, and
All-American center Tom Brahaney
blocking up front for the dynamic
duo. Quarterback Dave Robertson

Ruggers tackle Miami

A Series of

Six

Sacred Music Concerts
Judas Maccabaeus by G. Handel
with orchestra and soloists
November 19 at 2:30
Boar's Head Festival and Feast
Fully staged and costumed with orchestra and choirs
December 17 and 20
Organ Recital by Carol Teti-Rottschafer
assisted by Jeanette Brock, soprano and
Stephen Bryant, baritone
January 14
Noye's Fludde by Benjamin Britten
Fully staged and costumed with orchestra
February 23 and 25
Stabat Mater by Rossini
with orchestra and soloists
April 15 (Palm Sunday)
Organ Recital by Marilyn Van der Velde
assisted by Donald Bryant, harpsichordist
May 20
Donald Bryant, conductor
Marilyn Van der Velde, organist

JULIAN BOND.
Rep. Georgia State Legislature
* 1st Black Nominated for VP
" Co-founder Student Non-Violent Coordinating
Committee
IN LECTURE

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By CHUCK DRUKIS
The Michigan rugby football
club will play its last two home
games of the fall season today
against Miami of Ohio on Pal-
mer Field. A fine turnout is ex-
pected for this clash of rugby
powers.
The Blue will try to increase its
record to 6-2 while the Gold are
hoping to add to its 4-4 perform-
ance. Miami's 5-3 showing this
season hasbeen erratic at times,
but overwhelming at others.
In preparation for rounding
out the season against defending
NCAA champion Palmer College
and Big Ten runners up Ohio
State, the Blue will again start
a new lineup of ruggers in order
to give as many players as pos-
sible battle field experience.
The Blue will start three new
ruggers in the front row. Dave
Gordon, who proved himself to
be a quick footed hooker on the
Gold squad, will get his first
starting assignment on the blue.
Bob Havern and Fred Chihocki,
although smaller than Michigan's
previous front line, will start
at the props. Both Havern and
Chihocki should be able to com-
pensate for their size with speed
and endurance.

Chris Penoyar and Quent Law-
son will be at second row, the
positions they have filled most
of the season. The other new ad-
dition to the forwards will be ag-
gressive George Surgent whose
hustle has earned him a berth
at one of the wing forwards. Vern
Plato and Walt Holloway round
out the scrum at wing forward
and number eight, respectively.
The Michigan backfield, which
has over thecourse ofthe sea-
son shown brilliance at times
will remain the same. Cleland
Child will stort at scrum half,
John Bohlke at standoff, Ross

Vickers and Chuck Holt at the
centers, and Brad Whitmore and
Bob Huizenga at the wings. John
Braun completes the squad at
fullback.
The ruggers have been concen-
trating in practice this week
on up-and-unders to increase the
effectiveness of its pack attack
and laying flat in the backfield
to decrease their opponent of-
fensive attackl. Up-and-unders
are always pleasing to the fans,
since the ball goes high into
the air and lands in a mass of
ruggers who aggressively try to
retrieve the ball by outmuscling
the other team.

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THE GLORY OF GOD
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at the Ecumenical Campus Center in commemora-
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Blue fleet feet ace
district qualifications
By JEFF CHOWN team. The Michigan harriers will
Three Michigan cross-country get another chance to qualify as a
men wil compete in the NCAA Dis- team this Saturday when they go
trict Four University Division to Bowling Green to compete in the
championships today at Bowling District Championships.
Green. To qualify at the Districts, a
Keith Brown, Rick Schott, and team must finish among the top
Bill Bolster will represent the three teams, or qualify five in-
Maize and Blue squad of Dixon dividuals., However, the Wolver-
Farmer. They each finished in ines could conceivably finish fif-
the top ten in the Big Ten meet th and advances two of the teams,
last weekend. Tndilna and Miami of Ohio, have
Regardless of their performance alreidy qualified by winning their
at Bowling Green, the three Mich- resnective conferences.
igan harriers will travel to Hous- The meet will include 31 teams
ton a week from today for the and nearly 250 runners. Michigan's
NCAA Cross-Country Champion- principle foes for a qualifying berth
ships. will be Eastern Michigan who beat
Indiana, to whom the Wolverines them by four points inthe MSU
were runner-up, qualified its entire! Invitational, and Bowling G r e e n
e - who Won the Notre Dame Invita-
tional. Also tough competition will
be provided by Southern Illinois,
Ball State, and Wisconsin.
Among the top individuals will
he be Big Ten Champ Glenn Herold
of Wisconsin, Gordon Minty of
FTER PILL? Eastern Michigan, and Steve
Wynder of Ball State. Michigan's
OSSIBLE SIDE-EFFECTS Brown should be among the lead-
ARC INOGEN ICITY? ers.
The course is a flat one, and fast
TION times are expected. The only hill
T WITH is a man-made one, which the run-
;ESEARCH hers must cross twice.
Should Michigan fail to qualify
as a team, they could still add to
emitteetheir respresentatives at Houston
by qualifying someone in the in-
dividual run. Mike Taylor, Jon
DA LYCross and George Khouri could go
with exceptional performances.
formation *Cross and Khouri have been both-
ered by ailments and there is some
question as to whether they'll be
j able to shake them in time.
The harriers are determined to
nd every) GAME OF do the job. As Taylor noted after
the Big Ten meet last week, "We
have no choice now, we'll just have
to qualify at Bowling Green." And
who knows, maybe they will.
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