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September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…I1XON HELD TO ACCOUNT See Editorial Page Y Sir&i Ar DAitbr SPORTING High-63 Low-S8 See Today for details Vol. LXXXV, No. 9 Ann Arbor, Michigan-Saturday, September 14, 1974 Ten Cents Ei SIMON ISSUES REPORT ght Pages rUCE PWS APPENCA'Ld4MT Y Fojtik files rifled It had all the smells of another Watergate. Around 4.30 a.m. yesterday burglars slipped into the apartment of Washtenaw County.Commissioner Kathleen Fojtik (D-Ann Arbor) and stole ...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday September 14 1974 PaeTw HEMCHGNrAL ,r I I r Ford amnesty plan Lee Gill MEDICAL SCHOOL APPLICANTS changes slightly American Medical Col- lege Admissions Profile, Inc., offers a com- puterized analysis to assist you in more effectively as- sessing your qualifications and more accurately di- recting your medical school applications. Your MCAT scores, grade point average, college attended, state of r...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three News Briefs From Wire Service Reports NEW YORK - Prices on the New York Stock Exchange hit the lowest pointsince the cuban missile crisis 12 years ago yesterday when the Dow Jones industrial average drop- ped to 627.19. Not since Nov. 19, 1962, when the average fell to 626.21 over anxieties caused by the U.S.-U.S.S.R. confrontation over Cuba, have prices plunged so low. More than t...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

… gihr aMr 4igan Daij Eighty-three years of editorial freedom Edited and managed by students at the University of Michigan A summer night in Boston Saturday, September 14, 1974 News Phone: 764-0552 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, Mi. 48104 The ghost of tactics past ,HAS THE LEOPARD changed its spots, or is the Ford Administra- tion beginning to show its true col- ors? On a daily basis the new White House' is sounding more and more like the...…

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…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five Tapioca Holiday loses its flavor By DAVID WARREN If you missed this summer's East Quad Players pro- duction of Zazzuzoo Revue do not miss Tapioca Holi-: day. It is a carefree show with lots of old music, tacky, costumes, and bad comedy. If you did see Zazzuzoo and you want to see it again, see Tapioca, because it is fun- dam...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 6

…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 ,: Daily Classifieds FOR RENT NEED FEMALE to share 2-bdrm. modern apt., Hospital area, $125; mon. Call 663-9373 days. cCtc WOMAN NEEDED for room in Mos- PETS AND SUPPLIES LOVABLE white male dog needs home, has all shots, will die if not given home, free. Call Vivian, 663- 3983 or 763-4250. 29T914 LOST AND FOUND YOUNG Male cat, gold & white. FOUND E.Q. area. 761-8040. dA915 REWAR...…

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…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pnn C.vp r -t Jv r rt 'Big 'Bo's two'I vs. jittl Ar4'k eight' begins again revenge' begins THE LINEUPS MIICHIGAN Offense IOWA Woody's Bucks primed with Iowa Hawkeyes By JOHN KAHLER The Michigan Wolverines kick off their 1974 season at 1:30 to- day, in Michigan Stadium against the Iowa Hawkeyes, and Bo Schembechler is predicting a tough contest. This is hardly unusual; Bo alway...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 8

… Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pardon rally draws 400 Jacobs, Schaper deny 'l11iSU1~e' iliiit cy of an (Continued from Page 1) because some of the money by the further covering-up would go into Nixon's transition Watergate." He called for fund. end to that cover-up and for son Rockefeller as "the butcher of Attica." a "full and unconditional am-, nesty for all draft resisters...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 10

…Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 Offense: the runners By ROGER ROSSITER "The fastest backfield in Michigan history," claims Mich- igan head coach Bo Schembech- ler of his 1974 offensive quar- tet. Dennis Franklin, C h u c k Heater, Gil Chapman and Gord- on Bell combined for 2,097 yards rushing in '73, and if that does not give you an idea what is emphasized in the Wolverines' offense, keep reading. Schembechler face...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 11

…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three Candid Canham converses in exclusive Daily interview EDITOR'S NOTE-Although he has een Michigan's Athletic Director for only six years, Don Canham is one of the most in- fluential ADS in the country. Prior to 1908, Canham was Michigan's track coach for 20 years, wining 12 Big Ten championships to one 12 year span. During his athletic days as a Michigan student in the early 1940's, ...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 12

…Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 P6ForTE IHIAtAIYSaudy Sptmbr 1. 97 DEFEND NATIONAL TITLE Libels: undefeatable By "WHOOP" CRANE Which nationally feared foot- ball squad has won its games by the biggest point spreads in the past few years? Which gridiron machine has rolled out more consecutive victories than any other team in history? And, which team ;s stle to recruit the ablest p!ayers year in and year out witho...…

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…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Five NO. ONE ALL THE WAY Bucks can't be stopped By CLARKE COGSDILL Woody Hayes can be a charm- log, impish gnome, especially when his teams are winnin'g. Silver-haired and beatific, he finds nice things to say about the opposition, praises his bench- warmers, blasts everyone in the media who doesn't live within five miles of the Olentangy horseshoe, and does it all in a voice so mild and...…

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…Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 New Hawks' coach hopeful :::X ..... By JOHN KAULER Once again, Iowa has a new Coach. Smiling Bob Commings left Massilon High School to at- e' tempt to pump some water from the dry hole in Iowa City. "..yCommigs, who while at Mas sin bcoached Dennis Franklin, . g. among others, has one thing beoong for him in his inaugural season as Hawkeye coach. Coi- og off an 0-11 season, t he . sg...…

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…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Poge Seven NO NATIONAL POWER l Buffalo burgers- not all that tough:: By BILL STIEG Michigan's second game this year is against Colorado, and though the two have never met before, a kind of rivalry already exists. First of all, the Sept. 21 clash will add yet another grain of evidence to one side or the other in the never-ending de- bate as to which conference is college football's best. And s...…

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…Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Scafurdoy, September 14, 1974 Na Vyfoota's itanic By LEBA HERTZ Last year Michigan entertain- ed the Naval Academy expect- ing an easy victory, but that as- s>mption nearty proved fatat. The Middies put up a strnng battle before falling 14-0, large- lv doe to their own miscues. For Michigan, it was one of the humblest victories of the past few years. This year Navy will again vis- it Ann Arbor hoping to give M...…

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…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nine BO WANTS HIS SCALP Stolz hopes for Spartan revival By JOHN KAHLER Denny Stolz, the head coach of the Michigan State Spartans, has been feeling sorry for him- self lately. And for good reason. Michigan State, formerly one of the nation's gridiron power- houses, has fallen on hard times of late. Stolz could manage on- ly a 5-6 record in his inaugural season as Spartan mentor, a mark t...…

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…Page Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 Badgers face killer line-up By ROGER ROSSITER John Jardine thinks his Wis- consin Badgers "will be a good football team." Jardine may be right, but with the murderous schedule the Badgers face no one may ever know. Starting September 21, the Badgers have a string of five consecutive games that could- n't be any rougher if they were scheduled by the devil himself. Wisconsin opens its ...…

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…Soturdoy, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven NO MATCH FOR OHIO STATE, MICHIGAN Gophers remain distant third By MARC FELDMAN Cal Stoll's Minnesota Gophers led a charmed life last season as they compiled a 7-4 record and a third place finish in the Big Ten, but the Gophers will be hard pressed to show any improvement with the "Big Two" of Michigan and Ohio State still lying far above them. The Gophers were severely beaten in t...…

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…Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 Page Twelve THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 Blue defense ha (Continued from Page 2) and Mike Holmes, a junior swit more more more more morpzz will step into starting roles, pius two others who played enough last year because of in- juries or lopsided scores to earn letters. And let it not be forgotten that almost every year Schem- bechler seems to lose most of his...…

September 14, 1974 (vol. 85, iss. 9) • Page Image 21

…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Thirteen OFFENSE STILL SHAKY Illinois relying on lop-notch defense ~ By ANDY GLAZER It's getting to be the "in" thing these days to call theBig Ten the "Big 2-8." Michigan and Ohio State have been rolling over their in-conference foes for so long now that the sarcastic line has a ring of truth to it. In fact, only one of the "little eight" ever gave the Wolverines or Buckeyes a real figh...…

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…Page Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 Page Fourteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 Leaky ship hurts Navy Northwestern a sleeper (Continued from Page8) Three of four starters return fenced, and much more ma- Steve Barilich will handle the to the defensive line - end Jim ture." Na-PRetn andt ackles-ae P Navy s kicking game is very tackales. Clifr collier anadiB i1 Driscoll are the guards. Quarterbac...…

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…Saturday, September 14, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Fifteen SatudaySepembe 14,197 THEMICIGANDAIL Pae Fitee ANNUAL THORN IN 'M' SIDE Purdue seeks By GEORGE HASTINGS Over the last several seasons, it has been commonplace for Michigan fans to assume that in the Big Ten, only Ohio State gives the Wolverines trouble. But if you look closely at the last three seasons, you'll see that the Boilermakers of Purdue have also been a near-fatal thor...…

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…~Page Sixteen THE MICHIGAN DAILY Saturday, September 14, 1974 NOTRE DAME, OHIO STATE LEAD PACK National title up for grabs By TOM CAMERON The national scene for col- legiate football looks similar every year. What's an UPI or AP rating' without Alabama, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Okla- homa, Texas, Nebraska, and Michigan arranged in different orders? This year seems to be little different. Coach Ara Parseghian of the defending national cham-...…

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