September 10, 1967

Booktalk
Yesterday/The Cup
Frenzy
K.D. FIGURES OUT THE FORMULA
Twice before Texan K. D. Owen had journeyed to Du Quoin with favorites for The Hambletonian, only to return home empty-handed. This time he tried a new tack and came away with trotting's top prize
College Football 1967
THIS YEAR THE FIGHT WILL BE IN THE OPEN
Coaches of top teams have long pretended they did not care about national rankings, but Notre Dame vs. Michigan State has changed that, and this season's excitement centers on the battle to be No. 1
2 GEORGIA
Enough to make the Crimson Tide see red
3 MIAMI
Even Jolly Cholly may have to start smiling now
4 TEXAS
It would be nice to please the new neighbor
5 ALABAMA
As The Snake can testify: beware the wrath of The Bear
6 MSU
This year the cry is more like, "Hurt, Bubba. Hurt!"
7 TENNESSEE
A quarterback has the whole town Dewey-eyed
8 USC
Poor John may get rich with his javelin duckers
9 ARKANSAS
Hog-callers always have something to shout about
10 UCLA
It's Gary, Gary and still more Gary
11 COLORADO
They don't need Buffalo Bill, but Buffalo Bob may be helpful
12 PURDUE
The perfume of roses turned out to be heady stuff
13 NEBRASKA
Alabama bowled them over, and the road back is a long one
14 TEXAS A&M
If they charge to the right, everything goes right
15 WASHINGTON
Ten years after the Death March, the Huskies attack again
16 HOUSTON
When Bill Yeoman rings, smart guys hang up quick
18 WYOMING
Eastern horses will make the Cowboys rough riders in the West
19 MISSISSIPPI
The 1966 season was not bad, but now the fat is in the fire
20 ARMY
Upon the passing of Paul, he answered the call
People
Softball
Golf
Bridge
Ohio State
SAY IT ISN'T SO, WOODY
If Woody Hayes can hardly believe it, who can blame him? Archers in his beloved stadium? Cricket pitches? Rugby? But it is all a reality, as widening student interests and the stern demands of modern academics signify the passing of a frenzied football era at Ohio State
Baseball's Week
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments