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Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, November 22, 1972

Page Six


Wednesday, November 22, 1972





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Nov. 28, 29, & 30, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
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Student Activities Building

Thanksgiving. The week of the
turkey? Not quite. In this age of
advanced technology and the
likes of Chris Schenkel and Bud
Wilkinson, turkeys must move
aside and share the limelight
with college football. Oh, what
would the Pilgrims say?
Nebraska and Oklahoma collide
in Lincoln on Turkey Day with
the Big Eight crown at stake.
"Armchair quarterbacks" nation-
wide can pick their Heisman
Trophy choice from the only gen-
uine candidates remaining; Ne-
braska's Johnny "Mr. Every-
' "
third in Poll
Powerful Southern Cal remained
a solid favorite as the No. 1 college
team in the country this week aft-:
er an impressive 24-7 shellackingI
of UCLA.
The Trojans collected 44 of the
50 first place votes cast by a na-
tional panel of sports writers and:
broadcasters and led with 988
A first place vote went to Michi-
gan, which held third place despite
a narrow 9-6 victory over Purdue.
Top Twenty
1. Southern California (44) 10-0-0 988
2. Alabama 5 10-0-0 874
3. MICHIGAN (1) 10-0-0 744
I Daily Libels (3) tie 121-0-0 744.
4. Oklahoma 8-1-0 689
5. Nebraska 8-1-1 608
6. Penn State 9-1-0 454'
7. Texas 9-1-0 414
8. Louisiana State 8-1-0 388
9. Ohio State 8-1-0 350
Leaky Trojans (tie) 18-0-0 350
10. Auburn 8-1-0 307
11. Notre Dame 8-1-0 266
12. Tennessee 6-2-0 189
13. Colorado 8-3-0 128
14. UCLA 8-3-0 73
15. North Carolina 8-1-0 73
16. Missouri 6-4-0 62
17. Iowa State 5-3-1 36
18. Arizona State 8-2-0 30
19. Washington State 7-4-0 16
20. Texas Tech 8-2-0 '15

thing" Rodgers and Oklahoma's
Greg "Super-Sport" Pruitt.
The Cornhuskers, 59-7 winners
over Kansas State last weekend,
defend Big Red country with a
5-0-1 conference mark, thanks to
a 23-23 tie with bowl-bound Iowa
State. The visiting team, mean-
while, readied their devastating
wishbone attack with a 31-7 past-
ing of Kansas. Pruitt and Co.
enter the much-awaited encount-
er boasting a 4-1 Big Eight slate.
Bob Devaney's contingent bare-
ly grabbed victory against the
Sooners in last year's "Game of
the Century," 35-31. This week's
contest is rated a toss-up. The
only certainty concerning the
game, along with the promise of
top-notch football, is that[Rodg-
ers, Pruitt and Nebraska's for-
gotten man Rich Glover will all
be getting in their last "two
cents worth" for the coveted
University of Texas pigskin
supporters, avid and devout be-
ings that they are, invade Austin
on the day of the gobble-gobble
to behold what could well be the
massacre of Texas A&M. The
Longhorns own the Southwest
Conference title for the fifth con-
secutive year. With a 8-1 record
and victories over Arkansas and
Texas Tech under its belt, Texas
should have "easy pickings" with
The visitors own the confer-
ence's cellar position with a 2-4
mark. A colorful sidelight to this
nationally televised game, which
may need all the excitement it
can get, will be the constant
voicing of amusing cheers from
all sides of Memorial Stadium.
Such exclamations as "Hook
'em, Horns" and "Gig 'em,
Aggies" should liven up the ac-
tion whenever it tends to get
An Aggie-Longhorn battle in-
volves emotions as well as talent,
so despite the lopsided records
this contest will provide good
college football action.
Ivy League football has long
been characterized by little skill,
lots of emotion and raccoon-coat-

This Week int Sports
HOCKEY-Wisconsin at the Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.
FOOTBALL-Ohio State at Columbus
HOCKEY-Wisconsin at the Coliseum, 8:00 p.m.

sota, the Purdue-Indiana game
ranks second in importance to
Hoosier residents losing out to
Notre Dame-Purdue clambakes.
Purdue will probably show the
effects of last weekend's donny-
brook here in Ann Arbor while
Indiana comes off a win over
Iowa. Perhaps the Boilermakers
will suffer a letdown and allow
John Pont's forces to regain the
coveted pail.
The unpredictable Spartans of
Michigan State, losers to Minne-
sota a week ago, host North-
western in Duffy Daugherty's
final game as Spartan coach.
MSU wanted to finish their last
four games undefeated. That
hope has now been washed down

the drain by the Golden Gophers,
so the best they can do now is let
Duffy leave a winner. Northwest-
ern leads the nation in passing
d e f e n s e, but nevertheless it
shouldn't give Duffy's squad
much trouble since State doesn't
pass. Barring an upset, the smil-
ing Irishman's final 'season rec-
ord should read 5-5-1.
The o t h e r two conference
games, totally lost in the sha-
dows of their Big Ten brothers,
consist of Illinois-Iowa and Min-
Thanksgiving. A refreshing ka-
liedoscope of conference title
verdicts, televised football, rival-
ries, and don't anyone forget,

ed, whiskey-drinking fans. Three
teams still possess title chances
enter the final week of compe-
tition. Dartmouth and Penn tan-
gle in Philadelphia and Yale
visits Cambridge to tackle Har-
vard. Excepting the Crimson, the
remaining trio of footballers can
win the Ivy race. The Big Green
Top Ten
this weekend
2. ALABAMA - idle
6. PENN STATE - Pittsburgh
7. TEXAS - Texas A & M (TV)
10. AUBURN - idle
of Dartmouth, sporting a 4-1-1
league record, can take the title
In "The Game," as its referred
to on the East Coast, Harvard's
schizophrenic team attempts to
regain some pride from a season
marred by losses to such foot-
ball weaklings as Princeton.
Memories of the 1968 Harvard-
Yale game which the Crimson
"won" 29-29 with 16 points in the
final 41 seconds still linger over
ancient Harvard Stadium.
Surprising'Penn, victors in four

straight league games, hosts pe-
rennial league chamipon Dart-
mouth. The Quakers, with ilttle
skill, but lots of emotion and
fans, follow the Ivy League
axiom perfectly. Dartmouth, on
the other hand, has found no
trouble with opponents this sea-
son except for a tie with Har-
vard and a loss to Yale. The
Big Green should win in the
"City of Brotherly Love." Any-
way, what would an Ivy League
winter be if the football trophy
were not resting securely in Han-
over, N.H.?
The West also has a conference
title at stake as Arizona and
Arizona State collide for the
championship of the Western
Athletic Conference. The Sun
Devils lead the nation in total
offense with 512.6 yards per
game, 331.8 of those coming on
the ground. Both teams boast
4-1 WAC slates but Arizona State
must be rated clear-cut favorites
in this encounter as Arizona has
dropped every one of its non-
conference games. The winner of
Saturday's contest, along with the
conference title, also gains the
right to play Missouri in the
Fiesta Bowl over the holidays.
The final weekend of Big Ten
Conference action includes,
though not nationally important
games, old rivalries and floods
of sentimentality. Indiana's low-
ly Hoosiers travel to Purdue to
play for, believe it or not, the
"Old Oaken Bucket."
Similar to Michigan's "Little
Brown Jug" contest with Minne-


Harriers stride, well
Final results of the NCAA Cross- warm Texas air made it excellent
country Championships held in weather to run in, however.
Houston Monday showed Michigan. Brown is a sophomore and Bol-
ran extremely well as Keith star and Schott both juniors which
Brown finished 34th, Bill Bolster means they'll all be back next
35th and Rick Schott 137th. year. Farmer observed "I'm real-
Coach Dixon Farmer was very ly pleased in that we are now a
exhuberant, commenting "We had 1 power to be reckoned with in mid-
really good performances, espec- western cross-country. I think
ially Bill. This is the closest he's we've established ourselves as one
been all year to Keith. It's not that of the better programs around."
Keith didn't run well either, that In the team race Tennessee won
was his best race in a month." i the meet followed by East Ten-
Schott also did well running a I nessee State, Oregon, and Wash-
30:44 which was his fastest time ! ington State. The second place
for the six-mile. His 137th finish finish by East Tenessee was a
came out of a field of 290 of the real cinderella story as they just
best college runners in the coun- barely qualified in their regional,
try. Brown and Bolster both ran taking sixth place. But they made
28:41, which led Farmer to note; they made an incredible show in
"That was a monumental feat in the Championship by taking first,
itself. It as the first time they've third and 15th place. Their third
both been under thirty, and the and fourth men weren't good
conditions of the course probably enough to give them the cham-
added thirty seconds to the times. pionship.
They were 16 seconds away from The harriers are not complete-
All-American and are sure they ty laying off until track season as
can do it next year." Bolster and Schott are going to
The course was completely Chicago Saturday to compete in
drenched and very slippery. The the national AAU championships.


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