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CRAVEL MICH. UNION 763-214
(Continued-from Page 1)
includes plane fare, five nights
in Orlando, transportation to,
the game and optional trips to
such places as Disney World
and the beaches. The fee must
be paid in advance.
VACATION PACKAGES If a student desires only the
fringe benefits of the tour, not
the plane trip, the cost is $153.
SKIITY If a student desires only the
air transportation, the plane
$285/$299 fare from Detroit to Orlando
DECEMBER 30-JANUARY 6 and back is $160. But'just tak-
ing the plane does not include
DOMESTIC FLIGHTS a ticket.
If a student takes a commer-
SN EW YOR K (LaGuardia)-$79.73 cial flight, the round trip cost
DEPART DEC. 18, 19, 20 from Detroit to Orlando costs'
DALLAS-$23.73 mas pxeately $180 at Christ-
* DAL AS-$ 23.7 mastime
DEPART DEC. 19 NO CHARTERS for students
are being provided from Chi-
BOSTON-$90.73 cago, Cleveland, New York or
DEPART DEC. 19 £s 20 Washington, D.C. According to!
the Official Tour Organization,
SIGN-UP DEADLINE DECEMBER 5TH there, is not enough time and
there are too many pre-arrang-
For More Information, Call Us at 763-2147 ed flights already made from
k those areas.
or The proximity of the Orange
ome to 2nd Floor--Michigan Union Bowl compared to the Rose
Bowl figures to attract more
Michigan people than usual.

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There are around 10,000 Michi- thousands of Michigan fans who
gan alumni who reside in Flori- want to see the Orange Bowl,
da. Two to three times that but we are locked in with a
number, including a few thous- very limited amounts of tic-
and students, vacation there in kets. Oklahoma has the same
the winter. problem."
According to the Athletic De- Except for the allotment to
partment, no' public sales of the two schools, the Orange
tickets will be available. Bowl has been sold out since
July 2.
"WE ARE extremely happy After the tours' reservation
to represent the Big Ten in the sales end, ticket orders will
Orange Bowl," said Athletic Di- be taken. Priorities and loca-
rector Don Canham." Our only tion will then be announced. Ac-
disappointment is that we are cording to ticket manager Al
not able to accommodate the Renfrew, tickets will probably
arriers slip in

The Michigan cross country
season came to a disappointing
end yesterday as the harriers
placed 22nd in the NCAA na-
tional championships held at
University Park, Pennsylvania.
Prior to the race, one of the
Wolverines'top three runners,
sophomore Mike McGuire, came
down with a virus and was un-
able to finish the six mile
course.

University of Texas-El Paso
nosed out Washington State 88-92
to take the title. The Big Ten
individual cross country cham-
pion, Craig Virgin, won the meet
with a blazing time of 28:23.3.
He crosseddthe finish line 30
yards ahead of second place
Nick Rose of Western Kentucky.
Michigan had been picked to
place in the top four of the race
since the team had run well all

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First Prize:
Dinner for 2 at one of Ann Arbor's
Finest Restaurants, PLUS $25 Cash.
PLUS the chance to emblazon the chest
every right-thinking Michigan football fi
with your prize winning Bowl design.

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Second and Third Prizes:
WILL BE ACKNOWLEDGED IN PRINT AND
HAVE THEIR DESIGNS APPEAR IN THE
DAILY. (Only the winning entry vill be re-
produced so that it can be ironed off the
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Your chance to achieve artistic immortality-or, at the
very least-to be remembered fondly on laundry day!

Design an emblem, cartoon or drawing incorporating
in its theme the Michigan Football Wolverines and
their upcoming Orange Bowl appearance.
Begin forming your ideas now-during the Thanksgiv-
ing break finalize your design and submit the finished
drawing to The Michigan Daily before 5:00 p.m., De-
cember 2.

Judging will take place that night. The winning design
will be reproduced in the pages of The Michigan Daily
using a special ink so that students and all team sup-
porters can IRON-ON your artistic talents to the front
of their t-shirts.
Then, before we leave for Miami, make your own
"Bowl" t-shirt. Show Oklahoma we support a great
team.

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Rules and Regulations:

i uesuuy, Nivemerit D.,
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a C e. Spectators °
carce
be sold on a first-come, first-
serve basis. Only one ticket 4- T
per student will be given out .. - - . :..*;.:' . x t........ $,e"._.. ... i i :'
NO ONE is really sure how
many will take advantage of B
the tour package, thus leaving
many unanswered questions for
students who want to go to Mi-bn..
ami on their own.
Assistant Athletic Director IF BO SCHEMBECHLER is a poor loser, he sure knows how to
Don Lund said, "If a student hide it. At least he did it in front of members of the press
has an opportunity to go to the who talked to him yesterday afternoon.
Orange Bowl, the tour is his "I just can't dwell on it," said the coach who already is be-
best bet.'ginning preparations for the Orange Bowl. "You can't brood.
There is no time to brood about that game."
,Bo, admirably, did not make any excuses for the heartbreak-
ing loss. In talking about his team he did not seem disappointed
season and had raced on the "Our defense did a heck of a job. What we really wanted
University Park course once be- to do was to keep Greene inside."
fore this fall.
The Wolverines had no special plan to stop Archie Griffin.
The harriers did not come up "We just stopped him with our regular defense."
empty handed after the race as
two Wolverines, Bill Donakow- Bo had no regrets about going all out to win after the Buck-
ski and Greg Meyer, received eyes had tied the game at 14-14. It had been agreed upon before
all-American honors. Donakow- the game that Michigan would not settle for the tie. "It was im-.
ski finished 23rd with a 29:19 portant for the Michigan team to win."
c kingh29 ile Meyer placed Of course, Bo was less than rosy during the talk and from
time to time just shook his head in frustration about the game.
"Billy ran an incredible race "I'm down. I'm down and out," he said. "There's no such
today. Greg was out but man- thing as a great game unless you win it."
aged to work his way up. (Jack)
Sinclair was knocked down, roll- The bad plays are what hurt you and that was particularly
ed over a -couple of times, and true on the pass."
got up but never managed to
get back in the race. again," So now Michigan must gird for the task of beating Okla-
said Warhurst. homa and Bo already is eager to accept the challenge. It's
n..""}: amazing how Bo can bounce from the heart-rending loss
against the Buckeyes.
The Top 2Bo related to the press how he eased the pain the night
By The Associated Press of the defeat. After the game he went back to his office, sat
1. Ohio State (56) .. . 11-0-0 1,168 in a reclining chair and along with a recruit and his father
Tie DAILY LIBELS 11-0-0 1,168 watched the Penn State-Pittsburgh game on T.V., a game Pitt lost
2. Texas A&M (1) ...9-0-0 1,010
3. Oklahoma (2).......10-1-0 904 7-6, failing on three field goal attempts.
4. Alabama ............ 9-1-0 707
5. Texas........... 9-1-0 682 "They left and I just fell asleep," Bo said. "I didn't wake up
6. MICHIGAN.......8-1-2 601 until 9:30.
7. Nebraska........... 10-1-0 596
. CrzonaoState........ 2-0 375 "Then I went home. I knew a lot of people would be at my
10. Penn State..........9-2-0 329 house," Bo smiled. "But for some reason I didn't feel very
11. California......8-3-0 251!
12. Arizona . 9-1-0 242 sociable. So I just drove around.
13. Florida.......8-2-0 153
14. UCLA..............7-2-1 110 "I saw all those cars out there in front and just kept going.
15. Georgia.8-2-0 101 I thought maybe I'd get picked up for vagrancy. I got home about
16. Miami, Ohio........ 10-1-0 57
17. Maryland.8-2-1 48 10:15. Most of the cars were gone by then."
18. Kansas ............. 7-4-0 42
19. Arkansas.8-2-0 38 In spite of it all Bo still has one loyal fan. Bo was greeted
20. San Jose state......9-1-0 28 at home by his six-year-old son "Schemie" who said, "I saw
you on T.V., dad!"
"I don't think he even knew who won the game," said Bo.
Eager to study wishbone
Well, on to the Orange Bowl and Bo is eager to find out
about this thing called a wishbone offense.
"I'm really anxious to learn a lot about it," said Bo.
"There's a lot of things you can do with a wishbone."
The only opportunity Michigan has had to defense a wish-
bone is several years back when Michigan State's Duffy Daugh-
erty was experimenting with it. But, as Bo pointed out, the
offense has been refined quite a bit since then.
"We have never defensed a wishbone of that caliber. They
probably have the most refined and drilled wishbone team in the
country."
"It's a pretty good match-up," Bo said of the confrontation.
ri ,I Ifu.unu~ lf "They got some great, great football players."

Who Is Eligible?
ANYONE-student, academcian,
grad, alumnus, staff member,-
ANYONE who reads The Daily-
ANYONE who supports University
of Michigan Football.

Judges:
TED RAMSAY
Professor, School of Art
BO SCHEMBECHLER
UM football coach
BOB UFER
WPAG UM football announcer

Artwork:
Design should be no larger than
6 1/2" wide by 9" deep or 9" by 6 1/2"
and should be in black ink on white
paper. It should be a simple layout,
free of tiny details that do not eas-
ily transfer to fabric.

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