THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y'
TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1967
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TUESDAY, OCT. 24
7:30 P.M.-UNION BALLROOM
QB 's Key to Big Ten Victories Wolverines Rate Fourth in
Intercollegiate Boat Racing
By DIANA ROMANCHUK
It was quarterback day in the
Big Ten last Saturday.
With the single exception of
Minnesota, quarterbacks were the
stars of the gridiron.
Purdue's sophomore navigator
Mike Phipps only saw action in
the first half as he guided the
Boilermakers to a 34-0 lead over
Ohio State at intermission. Sec-
ond and third stringers took over
in the second half, and the final
41-6 score dropped the Buckeyes
to 2-1 for the season, their first
The Boilermakers, presently
ranked second in the nation with
a 4-0 record, held the Buckeyes
outside the Purdue 33 until late
in the fourth quarter.
Indiana Keeps Pace
Indiana kept pace with Pur-
due's 4-0 record edging Iowa 21-
17. With 55 seconds left in the
g a m e sophomore quarterback
Harry Gonso connected with Jade
Butcher in the end zone to keep
the Hoosier's juggernaut rolling.
The Hawkeyes, who fought
back to a 17-14 lead in the final
period before the last-minute
Hoosier drive, are 1-3 overall.
Senior quarterback Jimmy
Raye led the rejuvenated Michi-
gan State Spartans to their sec-
ond straight conference win, and
evened the Spartan overall rec-
ord at 2-2. Raye ran around and
passed over the Wolverine defense
in a 34-0 fiasco which dropped
Michigan to 1-3 for the season.
The Michigan fans had a few
opportunities for hope with the
entrance of quarterback Dennis
Brown, who runs as often as he
passes, but the Wolverines still
failed to get on the scoreboard.
In the only game to break the
quarterback domination, Minne-
sota's Jeff Nygren kicked a 23-
yard field goal to give the Goph-
ers a last-minute 10-7 victory ov-
er the Illini. Minnesota, now 3-1
for the season, shares in the four-
team battle for first place in the
Outside conference action, op-
posing quarterbacks presented
problems f o r Wisconsin and
Bob Bazylak, reserve quarter-
oP F EATED GRANDSTAND
back for Pittsburgh, came off the
bench in the second half to lead
the Panthers to their first vic-
tory of the season, 13-11, againstI
still winless Wisconsin.
The Northwestern Wildcats
were helpless as Rice quarterback!
Robert Hailey threw three touch-
down passes and set up another
in the Rice 31-point second quar-
ter explosion. The 50-6 final
score was the Wildcats worst de-
feat of the season, now 1-3 over-
Fourth in Meet
The Michigan harriers placed
fourth in a field of 14 teams in
the Notre Dame Invitational,
Cross Country Meet Saturday,
paced by Wolverine junior Steve
Bishop who finished in the elev-
Placing ahead of the Michigan
distance men were host Notre
Dame, Western Michigan, and
Kent State. Sam Bair of Kent
State won the individual crown
in 18:49, a meet and course rec-
Bishop's time was 19:31. Other-
Wolverines finishing high includ-
ed Tom Kearney, fifteenth in 19:-
39, Jim Dolan, eighteenth in 19:-
41, Steve Klotz, thirty-fifth in
20:09, and Gary Gold, thirty-
sixth in 20:10.
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The Wolverine Sailing Club
held a two day Regattahthis past
weekend in which ten schools par-I
The Michigan team, currently
fourth rated in intercollegiate rac-
ing in the nation, emerged with
a significant victory.
One point was awarded for first
place, two for second, three for
third, etc., and the Wolverines
had just 38 points in 18 events,
putting them substantially ahead
of the closest challengers, Mich-
igan State and Ohio State, who
had 51 and 63 points respectively.
The Michigan team is directed
by Tom Boynton, who since tak-
ing control last winter has raised
the team from a virtual nonentity
to its position of national prom-
inance. On the basis of their win
this weekend, the sailors are now
rated first in the Midwest Col-
legiate Sailing Association.
Members of the club who par-
ticipated in the Regatta were
Chris Chatain, Chuck Cannon.
Hans Meyer, Resha Miller, Al
Austin, and Hans Muhlert.
Meyer was "High Point Skip-
per," an award given somewhat
paradoxically to the skipper who
accumulates the lowest number of
points in his events.
All of the boats used in the
Regatta were 14-foot sloop rig-
ged skip jacks. A sloop is a boat
with two sails, a jib and a main-
The six participants in the Re-
gatta were chosen from over 100
members of the sailing club, al-
though graduate students are in-
eligible for intercollegiate partici-
All of the funds for the sailing
club are gathered through mem-
bership dues, which are $12 for
one semester. Members may sail
at Baseline Lake, 18 miles north-
west of Ann Arbor, as many times
as they wish to. Sailing is offered
most every day of the week.
As is the case with the other
Intercollegiate Clubs at Michigan,
the Athletic Department provides
no financial support for the sailing
club. All of the other Clubs par-
ticipating in this weekends' meet
(ten, in total) received funds from
their respective schools.
The Cary Price Regatta, as it is
officially named, is an event spon-
sored annually by the Michigan
Montreal ..........2 0 0 4 8 3
New York ..........1 0 0 4 8 3
Toronto ............1 0 0 2 5 1
Wings.............01 1 1 610
Boston............0 0 1 1 4 4
Chicago ............0 2 0 0 4 11
Calif................2 0 0 4 11 1
St. Louis..........1 1 1 3 7 7
Los Angeles .......10 0 2 4 2
Minnesota.........1 00 24 2
Pittsb'gh ...........1 2 0 2 6 7
Phila. ..............0 2 0 0 3 9
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR :
The Michigan Rugby Football
will play its homecoming games
against Indiana and Windsor at
Wines Field this coming Saturday
and Sunday. The contest against
Indiana will follow the Michigan-
Indiana football game. Indiana
presently ranked 5th in the nation
will be Michigan's sternest test
of the year. Sunday's game against
Windsor will probably decide who
will represent the Western Div-
ision of S.W.O.R.U. in the Labatte
W T L PF PA GB
Michigan........ 2 0 1 26 17 -
Windsor.........1 1 0 20 98'>
Blackrock......1 0 1 16 20 1
Michigan State .. 0 1 2 6 22 1j'
Michigan 'A' vs. Indiana'A' 3:30 p.m.
Michigan 'B' vs. Indiana 'B' 4:45 p.m.
Michigan 'A' vs. Windsor 'A' 3:00 p.m.
W L T Pct. PF
Green B....... 3 1 1 .750 87
Chicago.......2 3 0 .400 57
LIONS.....1 3 1 .250 96
Minnesota . 1 4 0 .200 65..
Chicago 14, DETROIT 3.
Minnesota 10, Green Bay 7.
Baltimore 24, Los Angeles 24.
San Fran. 28, Philadelphia 27.
Cleveland 20, St. Louis 16.
New York 27, Pittsburgh 24.
Atlanta 20, Washington 20.
Dallas 14, New Orleans 10.
L. Angeles ... 3
L T Pct. PF1
0 1 1.000 165
1 0 .800 1271
1 1 .750 149
4 1 .000 651
W L T Pet. PF PA
St. Louis .... 3 2 0 .600 136 123
Cleveland ....3 2 0 .600 111 85
New York .. 3 2 0 .600 149 141
Pittsburgh ... 1 4 0 .200 113 123
WV L T Pct. PF PA
Dallas.........4 1 0 .800 103 97
Philadel. .......3 2 0 .600 140 121
Wash. .........2 2 1 .500 126 116
N. Orlns. ......0 5 0 .000 61 140
W L T Pet.
New York 3 1 1 1 .750
Houston 2 2 1 .500
Boston..... .2 3 1 .400:
Buffalo 2 4 0 .333
Miami .......1 4 0 .200.
W L T Pct. PF
San Diego ..4 0 1 1.000 154
Oakland 4 1 0 .800 147
Kansas City 3 2 0 .600 142
Denver . ......1 5 0 .167 93
New York 28, Houston 28.
Oakland 24, Buffalo 20.
Boston 41, Miami 10.
San Diego 45, Kansas City 31.
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