The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, November 29, 1973, Page page 10, Image 10

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The Big 10 controversy ov-t i Uc
representative reached ih" xuni ot
cont; -fence's Rose Bowl
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Michigan student sought to o.'eiunn Sunday's vote to send Ohio
State to Pasadena.
Michigan and the Buckeyes played to u 10 10 tie Saturday and
ended their seasons deadlocked U-x the Hi;; 10 title.
Conference athletic directors, in a secret telephone vote the
next day, elected to send Ohio Suite to Pasadena on Mew Year's
Day to face Southern Cal.
The lawsuit was filed Tuesday ly a University of Michigan
graduate student, represent ir.g i (in :!', the University's students
and Michigan taxpayers.
The suit named as defr-mUiiiry li'.n 10 commissioner Wayne
Duke, the Big 10 and athletic directors of the conference- schools
It seeks to have the pre,! .dure ns d to i.clect Ohio State
declared invalid because it vioL.tcd Ji;c liiocrss of law.
Until two years ago, conference rules aujom.nicaliy provided
that in the case of a tie for the league idle, the team which had
been to the Rose Bowl most recency wu-jid not get the bid.
The Husker wrestlers practice for Saturday's Air Force Invitational after a successful
showing last weekend in the Oklahoma City Open. Sophomore Bob Johnson led the
Huskers in Oklahoma with a second place finish in the 190-pound division.
a lie vote bunday woue.i r,.
the Buckeyes traveled to Papule,
was 6-4.
There was some spirculet io
starting quarterback Dennr; FM
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suffered a broken co!larbon i.m.
r:i i.'nchigan this year since
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Intramural swim meet to surface next
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Entries for the intramural
swimming and diving meet are due by
tomorrow. The meet, which will run
Text Tuesday through Thursday,
features 12 separate events.
Last year "we had many
participants in our swimming meet,
but I feel this year will be even
better," men's intramural coordinator
Phil Sienna said.
In addition to the swimming and
diving meet, there is a basketball
marathon now being played. "The
basketball marathon is the only
intramural activity in which a team
may organize regardless of
organizational affiliation," Sienna said.
Play in the marathon began
Monday and will run through Dec. 7.
The single elimination tournament is
called a marathon because a team
plays every weekday as long as it
continues winning.
A basketball managers meeting for
all Class A, B and C teams will be next
Wednesday at a place and time to be
announced later.
Sienna said he has been please d
with the first semester intramurai
activities. "Everything has run
according to plan. I am particularly
pleased with the results of the football
program. It was exceptionally well
officiated and supervised, which mad-.'
for a smooth season," he said.
Events scheduled for the fiist
month of next semester include
basketball, paddle ball doubles and
water polo.
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