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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. OCTOBER '15.191

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BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Purdue Smashes OSU,

41-6

By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS - Mike Phipps,
sophomore quarterback, riddled
Ohio State with his passes and
his runs yesterday as Purdue's No.
2 rated Boilermakers romped to
an amazingly easy 41-6 victory
over the Buckeyes.
The unbeaten Boilermakers
piled up a 35-0 lead by half-time
and second and third stringers
played most of the final two per-
iods. Phipps sat out most of the
last half.
Ohio State never got beyond
Purdue's 33-yard line until the
waning minutes of the last quar-
ter when they scored against Pur-
due reserves. The touchdown

came on a 10-yard pass from sub-
stitute quarterback Kevin Rusnak
to end Bill Anders.
Phipps passed for two touch-
downs and his runs on passing
plays added up long yardage. AtC
one point in the first half, he
completed nine passes in a row
for 142 yards and two touch-
downs.
Defense ClicksI
Purdue broke the game open in
a hurry without ever having the
ball for an offensive play. Dennis
Cirbes intercepted a Jerry Ehrsam
pass on the Ohio State 30 shortly
after the opening kickoff and
walked a tightrope down the side-
lines for a touchdown.
The Boilermakers scored once
more in that opening period on a
one-yard smash by Williams.
They scored three times in the
second period. One came on a
five-yard pass from Phipps to end
Marion Griffin. Another was on
a 25-yard pass from Phipps to
Jim Bierne. And the final marker
of the half was on a 25-yard
sprint off left tackle by Leroy
Keyes.
S* *

Gonso hit Butcher with a three-
yard touchdown toss in the first
quarter after Iowa's Bob Ander-
son had kicked a 30-yard field
goal. The tireless Gonso contri-
buted a 47-yard run to the 73-
yard Hoosier scoring drive.
Bad Punt
A short Iowa punt set up an-
other Indiana touchdown drive
in the second quarter. Mike Kri-

Bob Longo, who caught seven
passes for 82 yards.
Bazylak hit on his first four
throws, including a 22-yard pitch
to Longo and an 18-yarder to Joe
McCain to set up the first touch-
down. George Pribish scored it
with an 11-yard burst.
The Panthers, who stopped Wis-
consin twice inside the 10-yard
line, got their second touchdown

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voshia went the last yard for the on an 80-yard march with Jeff
score and Indiana carried a 14-3 Brown diving across from the one.
halftime lead. Bazylak's passes accounted for
Iowa came back with a 61-yard 63 yards on the drive with a 39-
scoring drive in the first series yard toss to McCajn the key play.
of the third quarter. Ed Podolak

Big Ten Standings

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Indiana
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-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
The MSU defensive backfield closes in on Ron Johnson (40) as he bursts through the line. Although he didn't duplicate his heroics of
last week, Johnson did pick up 107 yards on 24 carries as Michigan's leading ground-gainer. He also performed well on defense, as he
was among the team leaders, in tackles.
CLASS SHOWS:
Mistakes, Spartans Defeat Michigan

Yesterday's Results
Michigan State 34, MICHIGAN
Indiana 21, Iowa 17
Purdue 41, Ohio State 6
Minnesota 10, Illinois 7
Pittsburgh 13, Wisconsin 11
Saturday's Games
Indiana at MICHIGAN
Michigan State at Minnesota
Ohio State at Northwestern
Iowa at Wisconsin
Notre Dame at Illinois
Oregon State at Purdue

Hoosiers Rally
BLOOMINGTON - Indiana's
0 sophomore a e r i a 1 combination,
Harry Gonso to Jade Butcher,
produced two touchdowns, the
last with only 53 seconds to play,
as the Hoosiers beat Iowa 21-17
yesterday for their fourth straight
victory.
It marked the first time since
1910 that the Hoosiers had won
their first four games and left
them one of the two unbeaten Big
Ten teams.

passed the last 11 to Paul Usino-
wicz,. The Hawkeyes then got the
lead 17-14 in the final period
on a Podolak one-yard plunge.
John Isenbarger ran a kickoff
back 33 yards to the Hoosier 40,
to start the winning drive. In-
diana then scored in nine plays
with Gonso passing or running on
seven of them. The clincher was
a four-yard pass to Butcher.
* * *
Illini Edged
CHAMPAIGN - Jeff Nygren's
23-yard field goal with less than
five minutes to play capped the
sparkling play of sophomores Jim
Carter and Phil Hagen to give
Minnesota a 10-7 Big Ten vic-
tory over Illinois yesterday.
A stubborn Illinois defense
matched Minnesota's touted de-
fense and limited the Gophers to
a net of 52 yards in7 the first'
half before finally yielding to the
running of Carter and the pass-
ing of Hagen.
Minnesota took the lead in the
third quarter on a 74-yard drive,
climaxed by Carter's touchdown
plunge only to have the Illini
come right back with a 75-yard
drive to tie the score..
Midway in the final quarter
Mike Condo intercepted a Volk-
man pass and returned 13 yards
to the Illinois 44. Hagen then
took to the air and completed
four passes-the final one to Car-
ter which took the ball down to
the Illinois eight before Nygren
booted the winning goal.
Badgers Surprised
MADISON-Reserve Bob Bazy-
lak, who hadn't thrown a pass all
season, came off the bench in
the second half and passed pre-
viously winless Pittsburgh to a
13-11 victory over still winless
Wisconsin yesterday.
Bazylak, who relieved Jeff
Barr at quarterback with Pitts-
burgh behind 3-0 at halftime,
sparked the Panthers to two
third period touchdowns.
Bazylak, a senior, completed. 12
of 18 passes for 175 yards, with
most of them going to receiver

Wildcats Scalped
HOUSTON - Rice quarterbacK
Robert Hailey hit receivers with
amazing accuracy last night as
the Owls exploded for 31 points
in the second quarter and went
on to crush Northwestern 50-6 in
an intersectional football game.
Hailey threw three touchdown
passes and scored one as he com-
pleted 13 of 23 tosses for 202
yards before leaving at the be-
ginning of the fourth quarter.
When Bailey was not hitting
his glue-fingered receivers, a fleet
of running backs headed by L. V.
Benningfield and Terry Shelton
picked up huge chunks of yard-
age through the heavy Northwes-
tern line.
Northwestern's only score came
late in the final quarter when
Bruce Hubbard caught a 21-yard
scoring pass from Danny Wood-
ring.
Rice, the nation's fifth-ranking
team in total offense with an av-
erage of 430 yards a game, better-
ed that mark with 456 yards.
SCORES
GRID PICKS
Michigan State 34, Michigan 0
Indiana 21, Iowa 1'7
Minnesota 10, Illinois 7
Rice 50, Northwestern 6
Pittsburgh 13, Wisconsin 11
Purdue 41, Ohio State 6
Auburn 43, Clemson 21
'oledo 23, Bowling Green 0
Brigham Young 31, Oregon State 13
Colorado 23, Missouri 9
Massachusetts 35, Connecticut 14
Florida State 17, South Carolina 0
Tennessee 24, Georgia Tech 13
Iowa State 17, Kansas State 0
Navy 27, Syracuse 14
Southern Cal 24, Notre Dame7
Texas 9, Oklahoma 7
Duke 13. Virginia 6
Air Force 10, North Carolina 8
Shippensburg St. 28, Lock Haven 13
OTHER SCORES
Penn State 50, Boston College 28
Cornell 47, Princeton 13
Harvard 49, Columbia 6
Kansas 10, Nebraska 0
Wyoming 28, Utah 0
Dartmouth 23, Pennsylvania 0
North Carolina St. 31, Maryland 10
Western Michigan 16, Kent State 7
California, Pa. 39, Slippery Rock 14
Miami, Ohio 48, Marshall 6
Washington 26, Oregon 0
NBA
Boston 105, Chicago 90
NHL
Montreal 6. Detroit 2
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 2
Toronto 5, Chicago 1

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Trojans Upend Irish

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-Daily-Robert Sheffield
PHIL SEYMOUR (91) puts a crunching necktie tackle on MSU.
quarterback Charles Wedemyer (11). Unfortunately, Spartan full-
back Regis Cavender (25) has taken the ball on a pitchout, an
option play which worked quite well for MSU yesterday.

-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
Jim Berline drops a pass.

By The Associated Press
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - O. J.
"Orange Juice" Simpson was a
three-touchdown tidal wave in
the second half, sweeping top-
ranked Southern California to a
24-7 humbling of favored Notre
Dame in a wild football game yes-
terday.
The Trojans' fifth straight tri-
umph impressively avenged a 51-
0 massacre by Notre Dame in
last year's finale at Los Angeles.
After being throttled in the first
half, which produced a 7-0 Notre
Dame lead, the lithe and swift
Simpson, top national rusher, de-
moralized the Irish with touch-
down runs of 35, three and one
yard.
In the hard-played, but often
wierd contest, in which there were
a dozen turnovers on pass inter-
ceptions and fumbles, Simpson
battered Notre Dame for 163

yards on 39 carries to better his
season average of 150 yards per
game.
Simpson was at his best in the
17-point Trojan third quarter, in
which the erratic Irish collapsed
badly.
Simpson's one - yard scoring
smash tied the score at 7-7 when
the butter-fingered Irish fumb-
led on the second half kickoff
and the Trojan's Steve Swanson
recovered on the Notre Dame 18.
The real backbreaker for the
Irish, whose heralded Terry Han-
ratty had five passes intercepted,
came on a 35-yard touchdown
run by Simpson, his longest
scrimmage jaunt of the season,
with 4:34 left in the third quar-
ter.
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
BILL LEVIS

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