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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22,1967

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1967

ATTENTION
MATH STUDENTS
If you would like a voice in the Math
Department concerning courses, teach-
ing requirements, etc.
THERE WILL BE A
MEETING TONIGHT

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By The Associated Press threw quarterback Mike Phipps for
LAFAYETTE - Oregon State's a ten-yard loss in the first half.
twice-beaten Beavers chewed up Those two plays were key reasons
Purdue's number two national the Beavers had a 10-7 lead at the
football ranking yesterday, 22-14, half and Purlue never fully re-
Mike Baggard kicking three field covered its poise.I
goals and a conversion point. Mike Groff, another Oregon
Purdue, going for its tenth State defense man, intercepted a
straight victory over two seasons, pass that choked off Purdue's final
was gnawed into wood pulp by a drive in the final minute of the

Wilson, switched to halfback sometime erratic ground attack to-
this fall by Murray Warmath and crush Illinois 47-7 Saturday.
returned to quarterback only thts A capacity cnwd of 71,227
week in an apparent move to beef watched the first football clash
up Minnesota's running attack, since 1946 between the two schools
completed 14 of 24 passes for 262 resolve into continued Irish mast-
yards. ery over the Illini, now winless in
* *an 11-game rivalry.
..While Notre Dame's hard-
Irish Stun Mini punching running game rolled to
CHAMPAIGN - Notre Dame's 219 yards, to~e bristling Irish de-
Fighting Irish, apparently riled at fense held the sputtering Illini to-
being knocked out of the nation's a minus four yards rushing. ;.
top 10, blended Terry Hanratty's

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d of 1966', Stunned Michigan State
and 56,554 Gopher homecoming
fans by firing three touchdown
passes yesterday, leading the
Gophers to a 21-0 victory over the
Spartans in a Big Ten game.
It was the Spartans' first Big
Ten defeat in 17 conference games,
since Illinois beat MSU 16-0 in the
final game of 1964. That also was,
the last time before yesterday the
Spartans were shut out over 26
games.

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OSU Wins 6-2E
EVANSTON - Halfback Dave'
Brungard's two-yard touchdownI
plunge in the third quarter and'
three interceptions by safety Ted
Provost led Ohio State to a 6-2.
Big Ten football victory over.
Northwestern yesterday.
Brungard set up the game's onlyI
touchdown by returning the sec-'
and half kickoff 44 yards to the
Northwestern 46 and the Buck-
eyes took it across the goal line
in nine plays featuring key runs:
by Brungard and a 15-yard pass
from Kevin Rusnay to Bill An-
ders.1
Northwestern's o n ly serious1
threat came at the start of the
fourth quarter when the Wild-
cats marched from their nine-1
yard line to the Buckeye seven
where Ohio State's defense stiff-f
ened and turned back the hungry
Wildcats.
* * *
Badgers, Hawke yes
Draw,

BUFFALO-The Michigan Soc-
cer Club allowed three goals in
the third period yesterday, as
they dropped a disappointing 5-0
d e c i s i o n to the undefeated
Orangemen of Buffalo State Uni-
versity.
The Wolverines, playing on a
slippery, wind-swept field before
a raucous handful. of Buffalo
The Michigan Lacrosse club
'will play MSU today at 2:00,;
either at Ferry Field or Wines
Field immediately before the
rugby game.
partisans, gave up only one goalI
in the first half, but couldn't halt
the -persistent Orange attack ina
the fatal third frame.
Roman Kucil, a two-year Jun-
ior College All-American before
transferring to BSU, scored twice
and contributed a pair of assists
to lead the Buffalo attack. G
Forward David McKay drilled
a short shot past Michigan goalie
Dave Noshey at the 7:54 mark
of the first quarter, after taking
a pass from Kucil. The visiting
Wolverines closed off the BSU
forward for the remainder of the
half, but couldn't mount a con-
sistent offense and trailed 1-0 at
the intermission.
Too Much Defense
Michigan started well in the
second half, but was forced re-
peatedly to fall back on defense
before a fine Buffalo forward line.
And midway through the second
quarter the. Orange grabbed a
2-0 lead on Ggy Bonsiglio's goal.
Kucil was awarded an assist on
the tally.

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MADISON-Winless Wisconsin
interrupted a steady stream of
costly mistakes long enough to
score two fourth period touch-
downs and scratch out a 21-21
tie with Big Ten football rival
Iowa yesterday.
The Badgers, who racked up
430 yards in total offense, es-.
caped defeat for the first time
in five games as quarterback John
Ryan connected on a seven-yard
touchdown pass to Dick Suchu-
miso with 4:17 left to play.

Kucil got his first goal at 14:45
of the second period when he
rammed a short pass from Bon-
siglio between a cluster of Mich-
igan backs and into the corner
of the net.
Halfback Mike Gonez got the
third Buffalo goal of the period
with just two minutes remaining,
taking the ball the length of the
slick field himself and beating
Noshey with a cross-goal kick.
The final goal came late in the
fourth quarter as Kucil found the
ball loose in front of the Wol-
verine net and tapped It in.
Minus Three
The Michigan club, playing
without three regulars, was ham-
pered by injuries to two players
and a lack of substitutes.
Co-captain Bruce Gerding col-
lided with a Buffalo forward in
the second quarter while attempt-
ing to head a high kick downfield.
He left the game with a large
swell over his left eye, but re-
turned to play in the second half.
Ruggers Cop
Twin Wins
The Michigan Rugby Club en-
joyed another day of wins yester-
day afternoon when they played
and beat two teams from Indiana.
In the 'A' game, prop forward
Tyrus Gerlach kicked a penalty
(3 pts.) after 5 minutes. Though
Jerry Grase replied for Indiana
only minutes later, Gerlach
game, Michigan had won 12-11,
the first half, leaving Michigan
9-3 up at half time.
Michigan had completely dom-
inated the game up to that point,
but Indiana picked up in the sec-
ond half, and second row forward
John Eltzrothe scored an uncon-
verted try for Indiana (3 pts.).
Gerlach later scored another
penalty kick to make it 12-6. Five
minutes from the end of the game,
prop forward Frank Phillips
crashed over for a try, which was
converted by Brent Rushall (5
pts).
However at the end of the
landed another two penalties in
and had sent the Indiana team
for their second loss in 27 games.
B' Wins
In the second game, the Michi-
gan 'B' team (which has been
undefeated for two seasons) ran
all over the Indiana team.
Just after half time Forbes
landed a 40-yard penalty kick to
make it 9-0. Though the Michi-
gan, team continued to attack.
the Indiana defense held out.
Since the Hoosiers were a na-
tionally ranked club prior to yes-
terday, the Michigan Rugby club
has visions of edging into the na-
tional rankings.
This afternoon the Michigan
club's well-rested first string 'A'
team will tackle Southwest On-
tario Rugby Union leader Wind-
sor. Held back from competition
against the Hoosiers, the first
stringers should be well-prepared
for the 3 p.m. kickoff at Wines
Field.

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