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Wednesday, December 6, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wednesday, December 6, '1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY rage INIvs~

Nebraska's
wins Heism

Rodgers
an Trophy
Rodgers was the top vote-getter
in all sections of the nation. Pruitt
was runner-up in the East, Mid-
west, Southwest and Far West.
Davis was No. 2 in the South and
r u 'Pruitt third.

NEW YORK R) - Johnny Rod-
gers, Nebraska's sensational all-;
purpose back, was awarded the
Heisman Trophy yesterday as the
most outstanding collegiate foot-
ball player of 1972.
Rodgers received 1,310 points
from electors and Oklahoma run-I
ning back Gerg Pruitt was second
with 966, followed by Rodgers' Ne-
braska teammate, middle guard
Rich Glover, who garnered 652
points.
Rodgers, a 21-year-old English
major from Omaha, Neb., over-
came sporadic adversity dealing
with whether his youthful brushes
with the law should affect his con-
sideration as a Heisman Trophy
candidate.
The ibrilliant runner-receiver-kick
returner received 301 first-place
votes to Pruitt's 117. Glover got
99
The announcement was made by
Neill A. McAllister, president of
the Downtown Athletic Club of New
York which sponsored the 38th
annual award.

dai
NIGHT ED
BOB HEU

Hoosiers, Marquette
claim cage victories
By The Associated Press ketball victory over 14th-ranked
LAWRENCE, Kan.-Indiana kept Tennessee.
its basketball slate clean with a The Warriors, 2-0 this season and
72-55 breeze past Kansas here last now with a 74-game winning streak
night. at the Milwaukee Arena, forced the
The Hoosiers, rated strong con- Volunteers into eight turnovers and
tenders for the Big Ten title, are held them to two baskets in mount-
now 2-0 whileKansas is 0-2. ing an insurmountable 16-4 lead.
The Hoosiers put the issue beyond
doubt with a 14-4 scoring spree Flyers downed
that led to a 36-22 halftime leadL
The Jayhawks were never in con- LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Lousville
tention after the first 14 minutes took the lead for good with 2:14 to
and Indiana seldom let the Jay- go in the first half and hung on
hawks get a second shot with its for a 75-58 college basketball vic-
superior backboard control. tory over Dayton last ght
Senior Steve Downing led the Allen Murphy poured in 18
way for the Hoosiers with 22 points points for the winners and Ken
for game honors, while freshman Bradley added 17.
Quinn Buckner added 15 and High scorer was Donald Smith
veteran John Ritter scored 14. who paced Dayton with 24.
vetranJoh Riterscoed 4. Phihi Bne d fraha h r

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Louisiana State quarterback Bert
Jones finished fourth with 351
points and 61 first-place nomina-
tions, Alabama quarterback Terry'
Davis was next with 338 and 62
firsts and quarterback John Huf-
nagel of Penn State was sixth with
292 points and 62 votes for first.
Pruitt attended the ceremony.
"I hoped to have the kind of
season where the Heisman vote
wouldn't have even been close,"
said the Sooner star. "I'm happy
for Johnny, he's a good friend of
mine. But, I can't say I'm not
disappointed."

Other high finishers in the elec-
tion of a successor to Auburn quar-
terback Pat Sullivan, as the recip-
ient of the Heisman Trophy, were
George Amudsen of Iowa State,
in seventh place with 219 points;
Otis Armstrong of Purdue, 208;
Don Strock, Virginia Tech, 144;
Gary Huff, Florida State, 138; John
Hannah, Alabama, 75; Tony
Adams, Utah State, 73; Brad Van
Pelt, Michigan State, 71, and How-
ard Stevens, Louisville, 66.
IRodgers led the Cornhuskers to
national championships in 1970 and
1971 and an 8-2 record this year
that was good enough to put ninth-
ranked Nebraska into the Orange
Bowl against Notre Dame.
Rodgers, a dazzling performer.
at 175 pounds, broke open many
Nebraska victories with his kick
returning and was among the na-
tion's leaders in pass receiving and
total offense.

AP Photo
NEBRASKA'S JOHNNY RODGERS (20) won the Heisman trophy yesterday with Oklahoma's Greg
Pruitt (left) finishing second and fellow Cornhusker Rich Glover (79) placing third. P.S. Notice the
angry Wolverine in the corner. Possibly he has ideas about next year?

Warriors wallop
MILWAUKEE - Fifth - ranked
Marquette built an early 12-point
lead behind its smothering press
last night, then rode the shooting
of Maurice Lucas and Marcus
Washington to a 56-30 college bas-

Ynp iona, a resnman tram
Louisville who was playing his
first varsity game, did a defensive:
job on Smith in the second half.
Smith scored one basket early
in the second half, and by the time
he scored again, Louisville had
broken away to a 20 point margin
at 64-44 with 4:10 to play.

OUTLOOK PROMISING

Frosh build

track hopes

This Week in Sports

the
upper deck.
Canadian football
the other league
By CHUCK BLOOM
WHILE MOST video watchers were viewing the "huff and
puff-blow themselves down" Detroit Lions, very few saw the
best game on the tube last Sunday: the Grey Cup.
The Grey Cup is the championship of the Canadian Football
League. The CFL is a much-maligned league often accused of
having inferior players and ridiculous rules. But more often than
not, the CFL produces a more exciting brand of football than
does the so-called "big league."
True, the NFL gets a majority of the good players for
financial reasons but those who travel north to play ball seem
very happy with the CFL.
There are many good U.S. collegiate stars in Canada.
Michigan's Billy Taylor went to the Calgary Stampeders after
failing. to find himself in Atlanta or St. Louis. Eric "The
Flea" Allen plays in the CFL as does former Buckeye star,
Jim Stillwagon. Tom Campana, a defensive back for Woody
Hayes In college, switched to flanker to lead the Saskatchewan
Roughriders to the Grey Cup finals.
One of the better known collegiate players in the CFL is Joe
Theismann, former Notre Dame quarterback, who was 1971 CFL
Rookie ofthe Year. Had he not b-oken his ankle this pastseason,
Theismann may have led his Toronto Argonaut forces to a
successive Grey Cup appearance.
Also on the Argos is a running back from Tampa, Leon
McQuay. McQuay left Tampa in his junior year and probably
would have been a first-round draft choice last year according
to NFL scouts.
But this season, the gold mine was found in the person of
Chuck Ealey, former quarterback from Toledo University.
Playing for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Ealey took over the
starting job mid-way through the season, and led the Ti-Cats
to the championship, garnering Rookie of the Year honors
and Most Valuable Player in the Cup game along the way.
Ealey fled north primarily because NFL teams are still
reluctant to let a black quarterback play full time. Had any-
one, seen Ealey in action, they would have seen for them-
selves that he is capable of playing for most NFL teams.
Te CFL's divergent rules help improve the game from a
spectator$' view.
I Some of them are well known. The field is 110 yards long
and the end zones 15 yards deep. The teams play 12 to a side, a
move necessitated by the larger playing area.
Three downs comprise a.series, as compared to four in the
NFL. This helps eliminate last-minute stalling by one team
through ball control and lets a losing team get a last crack at
winning the game. Also, there is more passing which gladdens
the hearts of many a fan.
In the Grey Cup game, Ealey completed 18 of 27 passes for
291 yards while counterpart Ron Lancaster connected on 20 of 28
for 239 yards. It took a field goal 'with no time remaining by
Ian Sunter to give Ealey's Tiger Cats their fourth Grey Cup win
over the Roughriders.
Scoring also differs in one respect. A punt or kickoff which
is not returned out of the end zone nets a single point for the
kicking team. The NFL punter has no way to score points for his
team in this manner.
It provides some excitement to the game as does another
rule disallowing the fair-catch. If a punt returner cannot field a
punt without some sort of runback (there is a five-yard circle
around the returner which cannot be entered until he has the
ball), it is a five-yard penalty against the receiving team.
And the CFL season is more reasonable. The schedule begins
in July and ends in December, thus avoiding arctic games when
no one can function properly.
The CFL may not compare with the NFL in financial
resources, television time, or big-league hype, but it does provide
good, exciting football which the NFL often cannot duplicate.
EBONY PLAYERS
(BLACK MARKLEY COUNCIL)
in Cooperation with
PRESENT
Ted Shine's CONTRIBUTION

AND
Doualas Ward's HAPPY ENDING

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Hart of NotreL
and only two
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1935.
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By THE
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ond to the Ha
Ten. This defe.
second time i
!Michigan losta
Right now t
look too good,
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rebuilding, fol
seven seniors.
tion this year i
the will to win.
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weekend devel
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appointments,t
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Michigan's fin
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is expected.
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days. He urg
won't see anyi
face Ohio Stat
ler Arena. T,
has been rejec
academic and
Loken fears
won't provide
team mightn
Voting to turn
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New York 125, K
Buffalo 108, Pho
Baltimore 103, C.
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Indiana 72, Kan;
Louisville 75, Da
North Carolina 1
Boston U. 87, No]
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lazing statistic was By BRIAN DEMING American in high school from panied by Greg Syphax in what THURSDAY
yards every time he' The outlook is promising for the Greenfield, Wisc., will lead the should be an exciting duo in this BASKETBALL-Brigham Young at Nassau, N.Y.
ll as a runner or Michigan track team this winter, jumpers followed by Doug Gilbos, event. The 880 yard run will be
Benefitting from an able group of a runner-up state champ from Flint the responsibility of senior Eric FRIDAY
rpiece of the tough incoming freshmen, coach Dixon Northwestern,. Jesse Myers, class Chapman who has run the distance HOCKEY-at Wisconsin
rse fin heamaz- Farmer says he has "replaced 'B' state champ from Bullock in 1:48.8 in a relay leg. SWIMMING-at Purdue
competitional mos- what we lost through graduation Creek, and Will Saunders from The mile will be a good event SATURDAY
aae onsive n then some." Jackson. Nowacki h a s jumped for Michigan led by Mike Pierce, BASKETBALL-at Dayton
adman hawnte 6'10" while Gilbos' best is 6'9". 4:07.2, and Bill Bolster, 4:07.5. HOKYaWicnn
man has won theeofnie The absence of John Mann, highf HOCKEY-at Wisconsin
y since end Leon jump standout on last year's squad, The triple jump is expected to be Coach Farmer predicts that "both SWIMMING-at Illinois
Dame did it in 1949 will hardly be noticed. Mann, who vastly improved. The best dis- will be uderthe school reco WRESTLING-at Ohio U.
soared 7'1" last year, will be re- tance last year in this event for (4 -.) t -
placed by a strong freshman four- Michigan was 44'2". Pete Hill, a Michigan's success in the two or
t was initiated in some. junior transfer from Washtenaw three mile event can be indicated
Mike Nowacki, all-state, All- Community College, has gone over from their second place cross-coun- A E
---49 feet in practice, and Abraham try finish in the Big Ten. Keith
Butler, a freshman from the Ba- Brown will probably be the stand-
gynm nasts routed h has leaped 46'". Hill and out for Michigan in this event with MISSONAR IES
John Bohlke and Mark Rosenbaum in the three mile.
in the triple jump as well as the The pole vault hopes ride with Different Cultures-Strange Food-Tough
RESA SWEDO vitation, the gymnasts will con- long jump. the performances of two freshmen,Ws
y lost to Iowa. Per- duct an intra-squad meet in their G Murray will be return- Ed Kulhn and Terry Hart. KulhnWs
the Michigan gym- own gym. ing this year and should have no I from Grosse Pointe South, was What God Gives You
g to themselves. The two-day meet will begin with trouble dominating his specialty, second in the state while Hart,
Wolverines took sec- compulsories on Friday at 3:30 in the high hurdles. Murray was the from Coruna High School, was For information on our missionary life, write
iwkeyes in the Big the Intramural Building. Saturday Big Ten champion, both indoors class 'B' state champ. Both have
at marked only the at noon the optionals will be held and outdoors, last year as well as made 14'6". FATHER TOM STREVELER, SVD
n 12 seasons that at the same place. third in the NCAA indoors and This year's number one shot DIVINE WORD COLLEGE DEPT. E84
a conference crown. Pressing academic problems and fifth in the NCAA outdoors. Mich-I putter will be junior Steve Adams EPWORTH, IOWA 52045
he prospects don't the time consumed by traveling to igan also possesses the second; who is only the second man in the Include age, education, interest, address, etc.
either. Coach Newt Iowa resulted i the refusal of the best high hurdler in the Big Ten Big Ten to put more than 60 feet.
is season as one of Iowa meet offer. The pressures of in Mel Reeves. Mike Lantry, place kicker in the
owing the loss of staying in school constitute an- fThe sprints will more than likely l also throws the shot. His bestI
But a major ques- other possible reason for the sud- be the weakness aillI EthaDlMie isN531"E
is one of desire and den poor performance of the ted track aniJuni th Wverine
Hopefully the Ohio State dual takpa.Jno i smn _
ity Invitationals last ,meet will see a change in Loken's and sophomore Jim Howe run 6.3
oped into a major 1team. A gelling of young talent, the fred6 yards nds .en0on.ithru Fri. Ninhtsh-tl
ichigan finished sixth beginning of a new terfrf' and ad drddash.
of 16. High bar dis- time to heal may provide a cru{ Junior Kim Rowe runs a 47.2.
the absence of tal- cial, and looked for change. 440 yard dash. He will be accom-
nson, and an injured....... ._
combined for Mich-
. Hanson injured his1M
the meet, and was:
aggrevate it. Par-
z Johnson couldn't f r.
event evolved into Roomsf .r
monkey see, monkey
bar performances.
al score was only a WOMEN
where at least a 26W
king for hustle these I
es competition, but
until the Wolverines
eon Jan. 13 in Cris- on Central Campus F
e Iowa Invitational
ted by the team for
other reasons.n
that the substitute
the competition the
need at this point. Winter Term '73
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