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2A - Thursday, November 19, 2009

MONDAY: TUESDAY:
In Oether Ivory Towers Off the Beaten Path

WEDNESDAY:
Campus Clubs

SCHOLARSHIP MESSAGES

When students spot

A loss to Ohio State this Saturday
would keep Michigan one win short of
receiving bowl eligibility, but it would
not be the first time the Buckeyes have
kept the Wolverines out of the post-
In 1973, wheo the two teams met,
Michigan - ranked number four at
the time - had held the oumber one
Buckeyes to a 10-10 tie. Ohio State
Coach Woody Hayes admitted, "we
had to win this one to go to the Rose
Bowl." Luck appeared to be with the
Buckeyes that year.
.After the game, the Big Ten Ath-
letic Directors voted 6-4 in favor of
Ohio State going to Pasadena instead
of Bo Schembechler's Wolverines,
according to a Nov. 27, 1973 article in
The Michigan Daily. The coach was
stunnedby the decision.
Schembechler blamed votes against
Michigan on "ignorance (and) petty
jealousies",' according to the article,
adding that the schools voting for
Ohio State may have been acting on

grudges.
Don Canham, the Michigan Ath-
letic Director at the time, was an
unpopular figure with Northwestern
University officials after he played a
part in preventing the Chicago Bears
from playing at Northwestern's Dyche
Stadium, according to the article. Can-
ham had also upset Michigan State
University officials that year in a dis-
pute over television rights. Both teams
voted in favor of Ohio State.
More than satisfying grudges, how-
ever, Big Ten Athletic Directors may
have voted for Ohio State because
they felt that the Buckeyes had a bet-
ter chance of winning in California,
according to the Daily. Michigan's
star quarterback at the time, Dennis
Franklin, had broken his collarbone in
the fourth quarter of the game against
Ohio State.
Cecil Coleman, Athletic Direc-
tor of the University of Illinois had
announced on the radio that he
planned to vote for Michigan, accord-

* FRIDAY:
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ce out
log to the Daily. Following news of
Franklin's broken collarbone, he
changed his mind. He was quoted
by the Daily as saying that, "without
Franklin, Michigan is not the best rep-
resentative of the Big Ten." Michigan
State and Northwestern concurred.
Big Ten Commissioner Wayne
Duke's disclosure of the state of the
Michigan quarterback lay at the cen-
ter of Schembechler's criticisms. The
Michigan coach claimed that by shar-
ing the condition of Franklin, Duke
had had an unfair influence on the
vote, a claim that Duke called "totally
absurd",' according to the Daily article.
The Daily article noted that no one
made a serious attempt to learn the
extent of Franklin's injury, and Michi-
gan's team physician had not been
contacted.
Ohio State went on to beat the Uni-
versity of Southern California in the
Rose Bowl, while Michigan did not
play in a bowligame that year.
- PETER NOORANI

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CRIME NOTES

CAMPUS EVENTS & NOTES

Elevator graffiti Money stolen Israeli law
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WHEN: Tuesday around 10
WHERE: Mason Hall
WHAT: A staff member
reported illegible graffiti writ-
ten on the inside of an eleva-
tor. The graffiti was written
between Nov. 13 and Nov. 17,
University Police reported.
Lapt op stolen
WHEN: Tuesday around 12
p.m.
WHERE: William Revelli
Rehersal Hall
WHAT: A person reported a
stolen laptop from outside of
Revelli. The laptop was left
unattended and was stolen
between 3:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.,
University Police reported.

trom lock box I proesso) L IKl

WHEN: Tuesday at aboutl12 p.m.
WHERE: Cancer Center
WHAT: $25 was reported
stolen from a lock box. itda
unclear whether or not the box
was locked, University Police
reported. The money was stolen
between Nov. 13 and Nov. 16i.
Bike riden away
WHEN: Tuesday at about
4:30 p.m.
WHERE: Michigan League
WHAT: A caller reported that
his bike was stolen between
12 and 4 p.m. The black Trek
mountain bike was worth $600,
University police reported.

WHAT: Daphne Barak
Eretz, a law professor
at Tel Aviv University
will speak about wom-
en's rights in Israel.
WHO: American Move-
ment for Israel
WHEN: Tonight at 7 p.m.
WHERE: Vanden-
berg Room, The
Michigan League
Photoshop
workshop
WHAT: A workshop to
teach participants how
to crop and resize images
amongst other skills.
WHO: Teaching and Tech-
nology Collaborative
WHEN: Today at 3 p.m.
.WHERE.- Harlaoalatcher
Graduate Library

CORRECTIONS
0 An article in yesterday's
edition of The Michigan
Daily, "In lawuit, jury rules
for the '', incorrectly
classified survey meter or
a dosimeter as radiation
protection devices. They
are radiation measuring
devices. The same article
also incorrectly said that
Christine Gerdes, a research
associate in the School of
Natural Resources and
Environment, testified for
the case. Christine Gerdes,
who is an assistant general
counsel at the University
and who used to work in
Academic Human Resourc-
es, was the person who actu-
ally testified.
* Please report any error
in the Daily to correc-
tions@michigandaily.com.

A Canadian couple suc-
cessfully argued that doing
1homework doesn't increase
academic performance, accord-
ingto the The Guardian. Shorni
and Tom Miller, two lawyers
from Alberta, Canada won a
legal battle to exempt their
children from doing home-
work.
2The Found Footage Festival,
which features hilarious
randomlydiscovered VHS
clips, comes to the Michigan The-
ater Saturday
>>FOR MORE, SEE B-SIDE, PAGE 3B
3Residents of Jupiter, Fla.
could be fined $1,000 for
letting their lawns grow
too high, according to The Palm
Beach Post News. Residents
charged with a repeat violation
could be fined $5,000.

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