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By PAUL CAMPBELL
All in all, the college football
status quo seems well intact
this season. With only three full
weeks left, perennial powers
have emerged virtually unscath-
ed as they prepare for their re-
spective season ending clashes
on which so much depends.
Michigan - Ohio State, Texas-
Texas A&M, Oklahoma-Nebras-
ka, and California-Washington.
California versus Washington?
Just when it looked like USC
and UCLA, who have dominated
the PAC 8 conference for the
past decade, were once again
going to decide it all Nov. 28
in their annual Coliseum show-
down, California and Washing-
ton engineered stunning upsets
to throw the conference into its
tightest race in years.

ington State and Oregon State Bruins. After the game he and that this league is more
are no longer in the race. chortled, "You bet I can smell balanced than any year I re-
For the Golden Bears, lead- roses; I really feel we can make member," he said. "There's
ing the pack is especially satis- it." , ore incentive this year now
fying. Saturday's victory was a Washington's only conference that more than one team can go
major step forward on the long loss was a 24-21 thriller at the to a bowl.
comeback trail that California hands of Stanford. The Cardi- But McKay issued a warning.
football has been on. nals won another close one Sat- "We're still a good team. Don't
California had been on NCAA urday, beating Oreogn State 28- count us out by any means."
probation for three years due to 22. Mike Cordova's passing So we all must wait, perhaps
past recruiting violations. The makes the Cardinals a legiti- a bit impatiently, for just a little
Golden Bears were banned both mate, despite a mediocre 4-3-1 longer.
from bowl and TV appearances. overall record.
They finally became eligible
again this year, and seem to be JUST HOW good is Stanford? Pac-8 Standings
making the most of it. Ask Bo Schembechler.
Coach Doug White was a jubi- All
lant man after Saturday's game. USC and UCA, of crse aConf. Games
"Three and a half years of hard Bruinthet t isT eW L T W L T
work came down to this," saidBuisha theeasiest temi C4
White. "A lot of doubt and sec- schedule of any of the five California 4 1 0 7 3 0
ond thoughts. Well, I'll tell you teams, as they face both Oregon USC 3 1 0 7 1 0
and Oregon State. USC, despite( UCLA 3 1 0 5 2 1
now, it was worth it.. falling from fourth to ninth in Stanford 3 1 0 4 3 1
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MILLIONS watched Saturday CALIFORNIA'S potent offen-
as alfoni sbded reios-sie ttak aswel ffn-this week's AP pol stil notds Washngt1IoU 3 .1 ~
=diplye the highest ranking of any PAC Oregon130
as California subdued previous- sive attack was well displayed tehgetrnigo n A rgn13
y. eas a 8tea. OrgonSt. 0 40
ly unbeaten USC 28-14. At the against the Trojans. Chuck 8 team. Oregon St. 0 4
same time UCLA fell victim to Muncie vaulted himself into na- Coach John McKay, hoping Wash. St. 0 5
Washington 17-14 in an even tional prominance as he out- his last season at USC will yield Saturday Ga
more unlikely upset. shone Ricky Bell, gaining 143 another Rose Bowl bid, didn't Washington at Califor
With three weeks left in the yards and catching five Joe seem too surprised by recent Stanford at USC
heason, California's 4-1 record Roth passes. Roth in turn was events. "I've been saying all UCLA at Oregon
Dete te??leaves them one half game superb as he passed for 244
ahead of four teams: Washing- yards andstwo TD's. year that we are a young team Washington St. at Ore
A loose ball brings out the best in basketball, as witnessed in the above action from Monday's exhibition game between the ton, USC, UCLA, and Stanford. But it was the defense that
Indiana Hoosiers and the U.S.S.R. national team. Indiana prevailed in a very physical contest 94-78. Only have-nots Oregon, Wash- mauthitwasfteene thand
- ----time again the Bears, led by
1 cornerback Jeff Moye and line-
I l C\r V Young backer Phil Heck, rose up to
VV1T- OCalifornia's Rose Bowl hopes
A cr e i a hinge basically on whether o
AriN NEW YORK ()-Jim Palmer Palmer finished with a total Rollie Fingers of Oakland not the defense can continue its By AARON GERSTMAN
of the Baltimore Orioles, who of 98 points including 15 first- was third with 25 points in- insoired play. Defensive let-
twice overcame arm problems place votes. He was the only cluding two first-place votes. downs were major factors in the The deadline has been extended for entries into t
w iiou tlaw school, that threatened his career, was pitcher named on all 24 ballots. California's F r a n k Tanana Golden Bears' three losses this pus basketball tournament until 5:00 p.m. today. E
named winner of 'the Cy Young Hunter, who won the Cy Young and Jim Kaat of Chicago were ver, and defensive excellence be in the IM building with the $15.00 entry fee. Games
Award yesterday as the best award with Oakland last year, tied with seven points apiece. is essential to carry them past on Sunday.
pitcher in the American League. finished with 75 points including Palmer logged a 23-11 record emainingleau foes Washing-
Now there is a way to bridge the gap between an seeIis lcevts h o heOilsi i ton and Stanford. Passes are still available for the Family Recr
undergraduate education and a challenging, respon- It was the second Cy Young seven first - place votes. The for the Orioles in a big come-
sible career. The Lawyer's Assistant is able to do trophy for Palmer, who out- Yankee pitcher was named on backwafer hdipmtto 7-12 i The tH u hopes of north- $20.00 for the whole family. fo 9:00 tf5:00 at t
work traditionally done by lawyers. distanced Catfish Hunter of 1974 when he was troubled by a west football. Of the pestofmn - $0.00 he whoe fils. For student families, t
Three months of intensive training can give you the New York Yankees. only $10.00. The IM building is open on Sunday from
the skills-the courses are taught by lawyers. You About the award Palmer said Six other pitchers received I lean right-hander kept the On- nrenreseningy tregon anuWash p.m. and individual day passes can be bought for $1.0
choose one of the seven courses offered--choose ielIwagontointal points in the most diversified oles in the American League ntnolyheHsis av pm.nin iu ayp sg
the city in which you want to work. tEast racetalmost single-handed mnaed any degree of respec- Officials are still needed for IM basketball. A
Since 1970, The Institute for Paralegal Training the time. Of course, when you're vote since the baseball writers ly before Boston pulled away in tability against their more pow-
has placed more than 950 graduates in law firms, agast an athlete from New introduced the Cy Young Award the final weeks of the season. erf'l California neighbors. In ic will be held at the Coliseum, located at Fifth
banks, and corporations in over 80 cities, York, you never know what willI in 1956. fc, the Huskies' victory over clncwlbehdatheCisuoaedtFfh
If you are a student of high academic standing happen. The way I felt this year I_ Palmer led the major leagues UCLA was the first for the Sts. Today is the last day for entries into the Wom
and are interested in a career as a Lawyer's Assis I felt I could win 30 games if with 10 shutouts and a 2.09 northeasterns in 11 games with Campus basketball tournament. Entries must bei
tant, we'd like to meet you. the club had hit behind me. But KEPT COLORS earned run average. California teams this season. IM Building by 5:00.
Contact your placement office for an interview with when you win 23 games, you A LONG TIME
our representative, ought to be satisfied." FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (P) - Southpaw Mickey Lolich has THE HUSKIES were led by The wrestling season is rapidly approaching as we
S- The University of Arkansas' of started more games, struck out "llback Robin Earl. who lum- meets begin in less than a month. Fraternity and Res
We will visit your campus onT ficial school colors -cardinal more batters and hurled more bered for 169 yards against the weigh-in deadline is 4:00 p.m. on Monday December
W v rEST SIDE and white - were selected in shutouts than any pitcher in the gpltition will begin that night. All-Campus wrestling wei
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18 Eo the Detrith Tigers a line will be Monday December 8, with competition beg
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. BOOK SHOP 1895. history of the Detroit Tigers. Tie Top 20 night. The weigh-ins are at the IM building.
FINE USED and RARE BOOKS Women's water polo, squash club, and racquetball d
The Institute for at REASONABLE PRICES I By'The Associated Press entries. Sign up sheets are at the IM building. Star
s University of Michigan1. Ohio St. (38) 8-0- 1,188 row there will be an exercise hour for women. Th
eglTraining LIBRARIES PURCHASED 2. Oklahoma (19) 8-0-0 1,139 will be from 5:30 to 6:30 at the Coliseum.
235"South 17thT732.6600D19103E(N TL.)LI '4 I:3. Nebraska (6) 8-0-01,58 Independent competitive touch football Cla
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Independent recreation touch football Class 'A' semis are
tomorrow with the Upstarts against the Nads and Terrible Teu
versus Blind Faith.
In Graduate sports, handball started yesterday, and class 'A'
football semi-finals are being played today. Teams playing are
Ward 'C' playing M-1, and Low Skim Milk against Phil Flies
(real names). Co-rec competitive football final is this Friday,
with the Oxymorons and the Bartlas. All-camppus squash, hand-
ball, and hockey continues, with hockey play-offs beginning next
week.
Resident Hall water polo Class 'B' champion is Williams
house. They defeated Douglas House. On Monday night frater-
nity waterpolo championships were held. Beta Theta Pi defeated
Delta Chi 25-0 for the Class 'A' crown, and Sigma Phi beat Kap-
pa Sigma 18-8 for the Class 'B' title.

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gargling
quack dentist
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