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Chicago Daily Illini (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Chicago, IllinoisWelcome to Campus Lollini dads the daily Illania student newspaper serving Lollini for nearly a Century ninety eighth year 24 pages Urbana Champaign Illinois saturday november .16, 1968 seven cents number 50 Lewis Gold professor of political science and Laputa Gazette staff member symbolically Sells copy to Richard Wasson professor of English and co editor of the Gazette Friday in the commons. Ron Lucas graduate student and distributor of the Walrus looks on. Staff photo by Richard Derk now finder warns against Union Sale by Marcia Kramer daily Lollini staff writer Lollini Union director Earl finder said Friday that any person Selling a Campus publication in no designated areas of the Lollini Union will be asked to Stop and if he does no to will be referred for disciplinary action. Finder made no attempt however to Stop distributors of the Laputa Gazette a faculty publication from symbolically Selling a copy in the Union. Richard Wasson professor of English and creditor of the Gazette said that since he was not prevented from purchasing a copy from Lewis Gold professor of political science and staff member of the Gazette that a we assume people Are free to sell wherever they want without a since finder did not Stop us he has no Legal grounds on which he can Stop anybody a Wasson contended. A the knew we were going to do finder admitted later that he had been informed around 11 45 . By Wasson that the Gazette against struggling cats. Lollini search for first win by John Hundley daily Lollini sports editor Northwestern and Illinois take a break from the tension of facing nationally ranked football teams As they Square off against each other at 1 30 . Today in memorial stadium. Attendance is expected to reach Only 43,000, As the clash Between the two intrastate rivals has lost some of its Glamour with this years losing schedule. Going into today a dads Day contest Illinois is 0-8, Northwestern 1-7. Both teams Are carrying schedules regarded among the toughest in the nation this year so the 1-15 combined record they have could be somewhat deceptive. Northwest a in has lost to no. 1 ranked Southern California 24-7, no. 2 Ohio state 45-21, no. 4 Michigan 35-0, no. 9 notre Dame 27-7 and no. 15 Purdue 43-6. Long time rivalry to compare with that Illinois has losses to Ohio state 31-24, Michigan 36-0, no. 6 Missouri 44-0, no. 7 Kansas 47-7, notre Dame 58-8, Purdue 35-17 and no. 19 Indiana 28-14. Northwestern holds one win 13-10 Over hapless Wisconsin and losses to a ranked teams Miami of Florida 28-7 and Iowa 68-34. Illinois Only game with a team presently a ranked nationally was its 17-10 loss to Minnesota. Through the years the no i series has been one of the big tends closest rivalries with the ii Lini leading 29-28-4 going into today a game. Traditionally the Winner has been dubbed the mythical state Champion. The wildcats like the Lollini Are hard hit by injury with several key players among those who probably will be unable to play today. Their defense minus five first stringers at the outset against Iowa a week ago lost a sixth Man linebacker Don Ross the teams leading Tacker. Two of the six injured it defensive starters Are thought lost for the season while four Are a a questions blew for today a contest. Offensively the wildcats also have injuries though not thought to be As serious As on defense. Illinois enters with a vastly shuffled lineup from the one that faced Michigan and lost so badly a week ago. Doug Redmann who was playing tight end has returned to his old position left guard while Junior Len Wislow has moved Back to the starting unit replacing Redmann. At left halfback Russ Rad Datz a Sophomore who started in earlier games is expected to Start in place of Junior Bob Bess who spent most of the week recovering from a severe muscle Strain he sustained last week. At Center Sophomore Tony Ornatek has held on to the starting position that came to him when coach Jim Valek decided to try something different than Junior Jerry Rose monday. Rose the Only starting Center for the Lollini in eight games this fall was regarded As having a Safe grip on the first string position. Even More stuffing has taken place on defense. At left end senior Doug Whitman has replaced senior Bill Janecek the linebacker converted to left end when the end spots were hard hit by injury. Senior co capt. Tony Pleviak has regained his starting left tackle berth which he temporarily relinquished to senior Jim Whiteside last week. Senior Bill Nowak now holds Sophomore Tony Clements right guard spot making a total of three defensive line changes. In the Backfield Only senior right halfback Ralph Waldron has been Able to hold on to his position the last two weeks. Junior Charlie Bareither was replaced at safety last week by senior Randy Rodgers but tuesday Bareither once again came into the lineup this time at left halfback. Weakest opponent on i schedule today a game will be a big one for the Lollini As Northwestern is usually regarded As the weakest opponent on their schedule. It will also be a big game for fullback Rich Johnson the senior from Canton who is closing in on the no. 2 spot in modern career Rushing total. Johnson who gained 121 Yards against Michigan last week now needs 248 Yards to surpass John Karras who holds Down the no. 2 spot at 2069 Yards. In three years Johnson now has 1822 Yards and he has two More games to catch Karras. Illinois has ony one Active player on the injured list senior defensive Back Fred Wolf who is sidelined with a pulled hamstring. Three other key players All Poten Tia starters were declared lost for the season this week. They Are senior offensive halfback Billy Huston senior defensive lineman Herschel Johnson and Junior defensive end Guy Robinson. All three have severe knee injuries. Would be sold around noon in the commons. He said no attempt was made to Stop the Sale because he did not have adequate time. have been there a we have been there at 11 45,�?� Wasson asserted. A there Are 50 witnesses to the fact that we were in a press conference at 11 45. We talked to finder at 11 15 he had plenty of time a isolated sales of other Campus publications including the Walrus and voyeur and militant were reported in the commons for an hour after the symbolic Sale but no at tempt was made to Stop any of the distributors. Wasson said the symbolic Sale was staged a in support of rules passed by the democratic a the authority we recognize is the Lollini Union Board and the policy committee on student affairs pcs a Wasson said. He explained that these organizations reached their rulings that publications could be solicited throughout the Union for 30 Days while the Issue was being studied a in open meetings. Did not recognize statement he did not recognize the statement issued thursday by Dean of students Stanton Millet which overruled the decisions of the Board and pcs. Millet had said a University policies regarding solicitation As applied in the Lollini Union should be followed and the Union staff should continue their enforcement of the solicitation regulations in the manner As they would enforce any other University the policy to which Millet referred is in sections e and g of chapter 6 of the undergraduate code on student affairs which football fans visit Follett s. For u of i souvenirs v a. A. A pennants mugs charms sweatshirts Ash trays today open til 2 30 . Follett s Corner of Wright amp Green states that soliciting in University buildings is prohibited except by those organizations authorized by the committee on student affairs and the coordinating committee. Finder said when the Union was opened 27 years ago no solicitation was permitted in the building. A the rules were designed to maintain an atmosphere conducive to the use of the building by students and faculty a he said a and to maintain a financial balance through sales without sales made by others in the special Section about three years ago when the Book Center opened finder and the Union Board approved the establishment of a special Section in the Center for the Sale of selected periodicals. Also three years ago finder said he and the Board approved a plan permitting the Sale of Campus publications in the Southwest foyer. When distributors of the Walrus were asked tuesday to Stop soliciting in the commons finder said it was not the first time the Union had attempted to enforce the Rule of Selling Only in designated areas but the first time that Rule was challenged. A this whole thing is a matter Between me and the Board a finder said. He will meet with the Board in a special session sunday a to discuss All the ramifications of the question As i know them and to get All their ideas so together the Union Board and i can work out a plan which would be acceptable to them and to today a weather rain ending this morning but starting again late today or tonight and continuing into sunday. High today in the 40s. Low tonight 36 to 42. Most of the nation is in for some colder than usual weather the weather Bureau indicated Friday in its Outlook for the next 30 daysa/2 near Normal average temperatures arc expected in the great lakes Region and coastal areas of the Middle and North Atlantic states. Richard Wasson explains to a gathering of the press How he will Purchase copy of the Laputa Gazette in the commons to indicate dissatisfaction with Dean of students Stanton Millet s ruling concerning solicitation. Staff photo by Ellen Asprooth
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