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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, November 14, 1972

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The Center for Continuing
Education of Women
PRESENTS
GAIL THAIN.PARKER
President, Bennington College
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Feminism and
Romanticism:
YOU ARE WHAT YOU READ
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Tuesday,
November 14
3:00-4:30
in the
Hopwood Room

MSU adopts
By BOB SIMON due must beat Michigan in Ann
Michigan State 19, Ohio State 12. Arbor this Saturday to move one
As the score flashed on scoreboards step closer to the roses.
across the nation Saturday after- The Michigan State game was
noon, many fans could not contain not only a tremendous upset vic-
their elation. Millions of television tory, but it also cast remaining
viewers jumped for joy in their rays of hope for Spartan chances
living rooms as they watched the for the Rose Bowl. If Michigan
Bucks slowly fade into the oblivion
of defeat.
The MSU decision over Woody's f
Bucks prompted various reactions
from people. For "armchair quar- drops its remaining games to Pur
terbacks" outside of the Big Ten, due and Ohio State and Purdue
the game was only further proof of and Ohio State lose their non-Mich
the demise of the conference. After igan game, the Spartans, provided
all, Southern Cal devastated the they finish with two victories, wil
Spartans. For the followers of Big win the conference. At least, they
Ten football teams, MSU's win can hope.
demonstrated that the conference As far as the Buckeye defeat
is a well-balanced one in which is concerned, Wolverine mentor
"any team can win on any given Bo Schembechler summed it up
Saturday." this way, "It doesn't make any
P u r d u e ' s Boilermakers were difference. We have to win the
thrust right back into the confer- rest of our games anyway." Sch-
ence championship race as a con- embechler refers to the fact that
sequence of the Buckeye loss. Pur- a tie for the Big Ten champion-

spoiler

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ship will do the Wolverines no fourth down situation on the Buck-
good in their search for the eye seven. However, before they
roses. To be in Pasadena on New could start to move the pigskin,
Year's Day, Michigan must cap- Woody's boys fumbled it away to
ture undisputed possession of the the Green and White. MSU's signal-
conference crown. caller swept in from the six two
In Michigan State's victory, it plays later and it was all over,
was a story of Dirk Krijt keeping except for the shouting and the
the Spartans in the game in the singing of "Good-bye, Woody."
first half and then sheer domina- "It was not a typical Ohio
tion by MSU in the closing 30 min- State University football game
utes. Krijt, a soccer-style kicker with all those fumbles we had,"
imported from the Netherlands, uttered a sullen Woody Hayes.
kicked four field goals to tie a Big "We took a real beating out
Ten record and set a Spartan rec- there from a good team," he
ord for most field goals in a game. added. Despite the disappoint-
This was the first game he had ment in the hearts of Buckeye
been on the varsity and his name fans, the upset really doesn't
wasn't even on the roster. erase their Rose Bowl chances.
In the second half Michigan State The league championship and
kept the Buckeyes buried in their ensuing West Coast trip will still
own end most of the time while probably be decided in the final
the winner's offense continued to battle between Michigan and
ground out yards on the artificial Ohio State.
turf. The Buckeyes were able to In other games around the Big
stop the Spartans most of the time Ten last weekend, Purdue, hanging
before they could score, but in the on for dear life in the conference
third period the home team finally race, blasted Wisconsin, 27-6. In
broke through for the winning games of lesser title importance,
margin. Illinois defeated Indiana, 37-20,
Ohio State's defense had just while Minnesota smashed North-
stopped the Spartans on a crucial western, 35-9.

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Big Ten Standings

Big Ten
W L T Pts. OP

All Games
W L T Pts. OP

MIKE HOLT (with ball) braces for the inevitable contact with the
plethora of tackling Buckeyes. Neither the Michigan State half-
back nor his teammates quivered as they handed the invaders
from Columbus a 19-12 pasting last Saturday.

MICHIGAN
Ohio State
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Indiana
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jIllinois
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SOONERS SAIL ON:

SATURDAY'S RESULTS
MICHIGAN 31, Iowa 0
Purdue 27, Wisconsin 6
Illinois 37, Indiana 20
Minnesota 35, Northwestern 29

THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Purdue at MICHIGAN
Ohio State at Northwestern
Michigan State at Minnesota
Wisconsin at Illinois

By MIKE PRITULA
As the college football season
draws to a close, many teams are
still scramblingfor those lucrative
post-season bowl bids. But with
the passing of each weekend a few
more colleges have their names'
X-ed from the list of prospective
invitees.
Even in the case of the Rose
Bowl, where invitations are issued
on the basis of league champion-
ship teams are discarding their
chances at a post season appear-
ance.
Eighth - ranked UCLA saw their
hopes for a Pac-8 championship
almost vanish as they dropped a
30-21 decision to the Washington
Huskies. Caught looking ahead

to their game with USC, the Bruins
were upended by Sonny Sixkiller's
accurate passing.
Sixkiller, who returned to ac-
tion after a knee injury sidelined
him for three weeks, virtually de-
stroyed the UCLA secondary. His
passing set up four touchdowns by
Pete Taggares and he also uncork-
ed a 72 yard bomb to Tom Scott in
the first quaetrr to get things roll-
ing for the Huskies.
The Bruins now face the task of
upsetting USC to salvage any
chance at the Rose Bowl bid. USC,
the number1 team in the country,
was idle last weekend.

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Tide leads in bowl race

Junior Year in Germany
in Freiburg
First Informational Meeting
Nov. 15, 1972-7:30 p.m.
lecture Room No. 1-MIBD
All students interested in attending the Uni-
versity of Freiburg should come to this meeting.

for Alabama is that they now have they dumped upset-minded Mis-
their choice of the Cotton, Sugar, souri 17-6. The Thanksgiving
or Orange bowls. The Tide will Day showndown between the
most likely be sought after by all Soonershand Cornhuskers will
three, although currently it looks probably decide the victor of the
like the Orange Bowl has the in- prestigious Big-8 title.
side track. The Sooners, on the ascent in the
Alabama's possible bowl oppo- polls and the national picture, were,
nent, Nebraska, was taken down pushed to the hilt by the Tigers of
a notch in their run for a bowl Missouri. Oklahoma led only by a
spot. All the Cornhuskers could 10-6 score early in the fourth quar-
come away with last weekend was ter until Greg Pruitt, the Okies
a 23-23 tie with Iowa State. little scat back, galloped down the
sidelines on the 44 yard touchdown
State bottled up Nebraska all af- ranked Sooners.
ternoon and took advantage of Twelfth ranked Notre Dame
eight Cornhusker turnovers to gain kept their bowl hopes glistening
the tie. Actually, Iowa State had with a 21-7 victory over the Air
victory within their grasp when Force Falcons.

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Second - rated Alabama, oper-
ating out of the wishbone, rolled
by mistake - prone LSU in a na-
tionally televised game. The
Tide's usually unbeatable de-
fense was touched for 21 points;
but that wasn't enough as Ala-
bama's offense poured it on for
a 35-21 victory.
The win gave the Crimson Tide
their twentieth straight victory in
regular season play, and assured
them of at least a share of the
SEC crown. But most important

they tied the game with 23 seconds .
remaining.
It was all up to place kicker Tom
Goedjen, who had connected on 29'
of 31 attempts on the season in ex-I
tra points, as the sellout crowd'
tensed for what they expected was
a surerIowa State upset. Goedjen
then proceeded to squib tile kick
off the right side of his foot, gra-I
ciously giving Nebraska the giftl
tie.
The Sooners of Oklahoma stay-
ed right on Nebraska's heels as

Ever since the school has re-
scinded, its ban on post-season con-
tests, the Irish have been a favor-
ite target of bowl selectors. The
Irish have the kind of name (and
record) that the bowls look for.
Air Force put up a valiant fight
before allowing a fourth quarter
'touchdown that put the game out of
reach.
Around this time of year the col-
lege football season begins anew.
The only difference is this time one
loss and you are out.

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Conference Standings

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Who Worked For,
Supported, and
Voted for me ...
THANK YOU
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IVY LEAGUE Baylor
Conf. All Games TCU
W L T WV L T Arkansas

2 2 0 4 4 0
2 2 0 530
2 30 54 0

Dartmouth
Yale
Penn
Cornell
Harvard
Princeton
Columbia
Brown

3 1 1
3 2 0
3 2 0
3 2 0
2 2 1
2 2 1
1 3 1
1 4 0
MID-AMERICAN
Conf.

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Rice
SMU
USC
UCLA
Washington
Washington
California
Stanford
Oregon
Oregon St.

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Kent
Toledo
W. Michigan
| Miami
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