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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 14, 1 97!

ports of the Daily
Walton's wounds
Bill Walton's new name may be "black and blue."
Playing in his first game since he broke his toe this summer,
Walton caught a John Havlicek elbow in the eye Sunday night.
Three stitches were needed in the big center's right eyelid.
If this wasn't enough, the jeep Walton was riding in after:
the game collided with two other vehicles.
Sports activist Jack Scott accompanied Walton in the pas-
senger seat, as Scott's wife Micki drove.
The bruised Walton was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital
and the X-rays of his left leg and right knee were negative.
Walton is expected to -play immediately, but he'll have to
be more careful.
-AP
U.S. cagers succeed
MEXICO CITY-The United States swept to a 103-62 victory
over outmanned Argentina in opening basketball competition yes-
terday in the VII Pan American Games, but U.S. Coach Marv
Harshman was not impressed.
"If we play against the Cubans like we did today, we'll
probably lose the game," Harshman said.
Norm Cook, a 6-foot-8 forward from the University of Kansas,
led the U.S. with 24 points.
Let L EE do all -P -
the fading." -®-
De er ducatsc
Pre-washed &D r
Michigan hockey tickets are now on sale at the ticket office
pre-faded (Sports Building) on the corner of Hoover and State. Prices are
LEE denirm jeans and $15 for student season tickets, $27 for faculty and staff, and $40
for reserved season tickets. Single game prices will be $2.50
reserved, $2 general admission, and $1 for students and staff.
LEE overalls The season opens Friday, Oct. 31, when the Wolverines host Rud
the U.S. Olympic team in a two-game exhibition series. day
look for ths broanded lee -obe- - -
NCAA PROBE:
MSU faces b4
By MALCOLM JOHNSON der their belts, the weary Spar- news
assocIated Press Writer i tans can now look forward to Denn
EAST LANSING-There may the likes of Minnesota, Illinois, ver
be one consolation for Michigan Purdue and Iowa - not exactly NCA
State in the wake of its second pushovers, but surely not Ohio seco
big defeat of the year-yester- State, Notre Dame and Mich- SC]
330 S. State 761-6207 day's meeting with the WCAA igan, either. ed be
may turn out to be its toughest WITHOUT a victory in two comr
battle for the rest of the season. conference games the Spartans the s,
With five rugged contests un- are out of the Big Ten race. But regul
-_--is not too farfetched to dream gram.
about six straight triumphs now. NCAA

AP Photo
Light my fire
dolfo Gomez lights the torch that symbolically opens the VII Pan American Games yester-
y in Mexico City.

THE TOP TWENTY

test
conference for head coach,
y Stolz, who went to Den-
in an attempt to keep the
,A from handing MSU its
nd big loss in three days.
'HOOL OFFICIALS appear
efore the NCAA infractions
mittee to answer chargesj
school has, violated college'
lations in its football pro
n. Reports indicate the
A is probing allegations of
citing violations.
t problem is that the final
in this contest may iot be?
n for weeks or-if Mich-l
State appeals it - for
hs. Discipline could range1
a reprimand to expuision

By The Associated Press

By United Press International

1. Ohio St. (42)
2. Oklahoma (12)
3. S. California (1)
4. Nebraska
5. Texas A&M
DAILY LIBELS (1)
6. Alabama
7. MICHIGAN
8. Texas

"It's very improbable A
go to the Rose Bowl, but
season isn't a bad season
assistant coach Ron Chi
"We're still looking forw
going to a bowl -game."
Chismer and fellow as

we can recru
t a 9-2: The
, ' said score
iismer. know
ard to igan
inont
sistant from

9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16,.
17.
18.
19.

Penn St.
Missouri
Arizona St.
Colorado
Arizona
Florida
Notre Dame
Tennessee
Michigan St.
UCLA
Maryland

5-0-0
5-0-0
5-0-0
5-0-0
5-0-0
5-0-0
4-1-0
3-0-2
4-1-0
5-1-0
4-1-0
54-0
4-1-0
4-0-0
4-1-0
4-1-0
3-1-0
3-2-0
3-1-1
4-1-1

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844
762
649
649
486
449
445
434
241
226
220
134
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4.
5.
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7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.

14. Arizona 4-0
15. Notre Dame 4-1

Ohio St. 5-0 (34)
Oklahoma 5-0 (5)
Southern California 5-0 (2)
Nebraska 5-01
tie DAILY LIBELS 5-0 (2)
Texas A&M 5-0 (1)
Alabama 4-1
MICHIGAN 3-0-2
Penn St. 5-1
Texas'4-1
Missouri 4-1
Colorado 4-1
Florida 4-1 a
Arizona St. 5-0

412
372
292
286
286
254
149
132
116
113
52
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Ann Arbor...

16.
17.
18.
19.

Tennnessee 3-1
Pittsburgh 4-1
San Diego St. 6-0
Miami (Ohio) 4-1

coach Bill Davis subbed at a from the NCAA.

20. Arkansas

4-1-0 19 Only teams receiving votes

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