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Tuesday, November 25, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

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UNIVERSITYOF MGAN
1975/76
OFFICIAL
STUDENT and FACULTY/STAFF
ORANGE
BOW
TOURS
SPECIAL BOWL TOUR OFFICE
FOR MORE INFORMATION
U of M STUDENT UNION KUENEL RM. NO. 1409
PHONE: 763-3371

AP Photo
LINEBACKER GREGG BINGHAM (54) of the Houston Oilers closes his eyes and hopes for the best as he tries to drag down
,Pittsburgh running back John "Frenchy" Fuqua (33) in first period action from last night's NFL contest. Bingham succeeded
in throwing Fuqua for a four yard loss on this play, but the Houston defense was no match for Pittsburgh's as the Steelers
prevailed 32-9. The victory gave defending Super Bowl champ Pittsburgh undisputed possession of first place in the tough AFC
Central division.
RETAIN DIVISION LEAD
Steelers dump Oilers

TOUR OFFICE OPEN:

By The Associated Press
HOUSTON-Terry Bradshaw's
aerial artistry, thunderous run-
ning by Franco Harris and Pitts-f
burgh's Steel Curtain defense
carried the Steelers to an easy
32-9 National Football League
victory over the Houston Oilers
last night.
Bradshaw completed 13 of 16
passes for 168 yards, including
an 18-yard touchdown strike to
Lynn Swann, while Harris rum-
bled for 149 yards on 21 carries
and touchdown runs of four and
13 yards.
The touchdown pass and Har-
ris' first scoring run came in a
1:28 span late in the second
period and all but knocked
Houston out of the nationally
televised game.

THE VICTORY gave the Steel-
ers a 9-1 record and a one-game
lead over Cincinnati in the
American Conference's Central
Division. The Oilers, losing for
the second time in three weeks
to Pittsburgh, fell to 7-3, two
games back.
Frenchy Fuqua added a 13-
yard touchdown run and Roy
Gerela had a 30-yard field goal
for Pittsburgh.
But it was the Steelers' de-
fense, as much as their offense,
that paved the way to victory.
It sacked Oiler quarterback Dan
Pastorini four times and limited
him to 17 completions in 32 pass-
ing attempts for 172 yards.
AND 39 OF those yards came
on one play, a touchdown srtkie

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was already out of Houston's for 11 yards, Bradshaw hit
reach. Swann on an 18-yard pass,
Only once did Houston lead. Fuqua burst 13 yards around the
That was at 3-2 on a 27-yard right side and Bradshaw hit
field goal by Skip Butler early Swann again, this time for 10
in the second period. But from yards. On that last play, the ball
then until the waning minutes, popped loose at the Houston six
the game belonged to Bradshaw but guard Gerry Mullins caught
and the rest of the defending, it in midair and got two more
Super Bowl champions. !yards. Then Haris ran it over;
for the game's first TD.
AFTER BUTLER'S field goal Gerela's 30-yard field goal
-set up by Ronnie Coleman's widened the lead to 18-3 in the
18-yard sweep around left end third quarter, then Fuqua's scor-
and Don Hardeman's 22-yard ing run ant Harris' second TD
blast up the middle-the Steel- of the game put a lock on the
ers' offense shifted into high triumph.
Blue tumblers COP
fourth in tourney

MON.-TUES.
WED.
THURS.-SUN.

NOV. 24-25 10 A.M.-7 P.M.
NOV. 26 12 P.M.-4 P.M.
NOV. 27-30 CLOSED FOR
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY
(SALES CLOSE

MON.-FRI.
SAT.
MON.-TUES.

DEC. 1-5
DEC. 6
DEC. 8-9

10 A.M.-7 P.M.
10 A.M.-3 P.M.
10 A.M.-7 P.M.

DECEMBER 9TH)

STUDENT $318.00

based on 3 or 4 persons
in a room
December 29-January 3

December 27-January 1

December 28-January 2

Sports of the Daily

TOUR FEATURES:
1. Charter air transportation from Detroit to Orlando and return including complimentary meals and
soft drinks in flight.
2. Accommodations for five (5) nights at the Court of Flags Resort, excellent accommodations, located 20
minutes from Disney World at Orlando. Outside swimming pools, tennis courts, and nearby restaurants.
All hotel rooms are top quality.
3. Round-trip transfers from the airport to the hotel include luggage transfer directly to the individual's
hotel room.
4. New Year's Eve Party.
5. The game day package provides air-conditioned motorcoach transportation from our hotel in Or-
lando to Fort Lauderdale for a few hours of sunning and continuing on to the Orange Bowl game,
with lunch included en route. Game ticket is included. Game is at 8:00 P.M.; following the game we
will return on the Sunshine Expressway back to Orlando.
6. Flight and medical insurance ($5,000.00 life, $500.00 medical, $500.00 baggage).

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Mauch to manage Twins
BLOOMINGTON, Minn.-The Minnesota Twins broke prece-
dent yesterday when they went out of their own organization and
signed veteran manager Gene Mauch to a three-year contract.
"I felt I owed it to a person of his capabilities to give him
more than a one-year contract," said Minnesota President Calvin'
Griffith, who signed Mauch to a contract through the 1978 season$
at an estimated $70,000 a year. "We wanted someone who would:
be tough on the players in a fundamental sense and he cer-
tainly fills the bill."
-AP
Bowl picture clearing
South Carolina has accepted a bid to play in the Tangerine1
Bowl on Dec. 20, bringing to six the number of post-season
clashes that now have both teams firmly set.
Kansas, the surprise team of the Big Eight, will face Pitt inj
the Sun Bowl the day after Christmas. The Gator Bowl, one of
three bowls played in Florida, will pit hometown favorite, Florida,
against Maryland on Dec. 29.
The last day of the year will find Alabama battling !
Penn State in the Sugar Bowl and West Virginia facing
North Carolina State in the Peach Bowl.

By SCOTT LEWIS
Facing tough competition in
their first meet of the season,:
Michigan's gymnastics team
managed to take a fourth place'
in last weekend's Windy City
Invitational.
Twelve teams competed in
the meet, in which no individ-
ual honors were given out ex-
cept for all-around. In team
points, Indiana State topped all
entrants, Iowa State placed sec..
ond, and Southern Illinois fin-
ished in third place.
MICHIGAN'S OUTSTANDING,
performer was Pierre Leclerct
who took third place in the all-:
around competition.
Leclerc's performance helped
the team overcome the absence
of Harley Danner, last year's
Big Ten all - around champ,
who will be out of action until
January. Danner suffered a'
knpe injurv earlier this fall.
"We definitely missed his
presence in the all-around," said!
Coach Newt Loken. "We'll be.
clad to get him bark fn thi

ed. "We did a super job on com-
pulsories, but we slipped a bit!
on optionals."
Indiana State's Kurt Thomasj
and Doug Griffith took the first
two places, respectively, in the
all-around.
Other strong finishers for
Michigan were Richard Bigras
in the all-around, and Bob
Creek on the high bar.
Two freshmen - Nigel Roth-
well on floor exercises, vault-
ing, and parallel bars, and John
Corritorre on parallel bars -
also came through with respec-
table performances.
er
This Week
in SportS
THURSDAY
NCAA FOOTBALL - Georgia at
Georgia Tech, 9 p.m., channel 7
FRIDAY
NCAA FOOTBALL-Texas at Texas
A&M, 2:30 p.m., channel 7
NCAA FOOTBALL-UCLA at USC,

Optional accommodations as follows:
Double accommodations (2)
Single accommodations (1)

$15. PP addl.
$81. PP addl.

LAND ONLY
PACKAGE: $153.00

PICK UP A FREE BROCHURE AT THE STUDENT UNION

FACULTY/STAFF $348.00

based on
double occupancy
ecember 29-January 3

December 27-January 1

December 28-January 2

D+

." 4 JL9M[rtDL.Kori ne p.m., channel 7
dunl meet portion of the sea- HOCKEY at Denver
Son " SATURDAY

TOUR FEATURES:
1. Charter air transportation from Detroit to Orlando and return.
2. Accommodations for five (5) nights at the Court of Flags Resort (2 to a room), excellent accommoda-
tions, located 20 minutes from Disney World at Orlando. Outside swimming pools, tennis courts, and
nearby restaurants. All hotel rooms are top quality.
3. Round-trip transfers from the airport to the hotel include baggage transfer directly to the individual's
hotel room.
4. New Year's Eve Party-One hour open bar with hors d'oeuvres which converts to a cash bar. Dancing
and favors.
5. Our private air-conditioned motorcoaches will transport you from the Court of Flags Resort for a bus
ride to Miami Beach where you may attend, should you desire, the alumni gathering occurring at the
Americana Hotel at approximately 3:30 P.M. Following the party you will continue to the Orange
Bowl game (ticket included) which begins at 8:00 P.M.
6. Flight and medical insurance ($5,000.00 life, $500.00 medical, $500.00 baggage).

Illinois, showing mach im- NCAA FOOTBALL-Army vs. Navy,
Only one of the three New Year's Day bowls is firmly set. nrovernent this year, placed be-;N 12:30, channel 7
Michigan will take on Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. hind the Wolverines, in fifth Auburn, 4 p.m., channel 7
In other bowl news, Nebraska has reconsidered and agreed place. Michigan's fourth place CBS SPORTS SPECTACULAR, 4:30
p.m., channel 2
to play in the Fiesta Bowl against the winner of the Arizona- finish was an improvement over p PISTON BASKETBALL-Detroit at
Arizona State game. Southern Cal (Liberty), Ohio State (Rose), their sixth place finsh last year. New York, 8 p.m., channel 50
Colorado (Astro-Bluebonnet) and Georgia (Cotton) must also' ANALYZING HIS team's ov- GYMNASTICS -Midwest Open at
wait to see who they will be facing in the remaining bowls. ! erall performance, Loken stat- Chicago
--AP ,- -

Ford frets
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-President Ford told a football club by
telephone yesterday that he is worried about Michigan's opponent
in the Orange Bowl, Oklahoma.
"It looks like my Wolverines are going to have their
hands full," the President said via a telephone hookup to the
Birmingham Monday Morning Quarterback Club.

NFL STANDINGS

Optional accommodations as follows:
Single accommodation (1)
3rd person in a room, deduct
for third person only.

$85.
$44.

LAND ONLY
PACKAGE: $189.00

ISt. Louis
Dallas
Washington
Philadelphia
Minnesota

NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Eastern Division
W~ L T
8 2 0
7 3 0
6 4 0
3 7 0
2 8 0
Central Division
10 0 0
6 .4 0
2 8 0
2 8 0
western Division
8 2 0
5 5 0
3 7 0
2 8 0

Athletic Director Bob Devaney of Nebraska was speaking Detroit
to the club when the call came through. The President started Chicago
by telling the group, "I thought all the Monday morning quarter-
backs were in the Congress." Los Angeles
San Francisco
For sad hs bckgoun asa paye atMichigan and as a Atlanta
Fordsai hisbacgroud a a paye atNew Orleans

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PF
253
257
251
159
162
278
194
168
97
246
193
135

PA
194
203
162
234
226
116
183
219
279
120
175
191

TOUR OPTIONS AVAILABLE

AIR PACKAGE ONLY (if available): $160 round-trip Detroit/Orlando

DISNEY WORLD ....
CYPRESS GARDENS .

...... $9.50
... $9.00

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER'. $9.50
TRIP TO T HE BEACHES ... $4.00

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