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PAGE SIX
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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1967

BIG TEN LEADERS WIN:
Ohio State

Kills MSU Bowl

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING, Mich.-Ohio
State's pile driving fullback Paull
Huff smashed his way throughr
Michigan State's defense for a:
pair of touchdowns yesterday as
he paced the Buckeyes to a 21-71
Big Ten triumph.
Huff, who picked up 117 yards!
against a stubborn MSU defense,
literally overpowered the Spar-
tans.
With some help from fellow
workhorse Dave Brungard, Huff
kept Ohio State's ground game
red hot all afternoon while quar-
terback Bill Long shook up SMU
with an occasional pass.
Ohio State cashed in on two
long scoring drives in the open-
ing period as it grabbed a 14-0
lead and held Michigan State in
check pretty well the rest of the
way.
Huff went over from the one to
cap a 58-yard drive for Ohio
State's first score and Long raced
over from the four for the second
score on a 34-yard scoring drive
set up when a bad center pass
forced Michigan State's Dick Ber-
linski to get off a 20-yard punt
on the dead run. The punt car-
ried only to MSU's 34.
Ohio State tucked things away
early in the final period as it
zipped 80 yards in 10 plays with
Huff diving through for the final
yard that sent Ohio State out in
front by 14 points before a dis-
appointed homecoming crowd of
76,235, who sat through snow
showers and 32 degree weather to
see their Spartans lose.
"We're absolutely out the Big
Ten race," said obviously irritated

Spartan coach Duffy Daugherty
after the contest. "I thought we'd
reached the depths the last two
weeks but I think this was our
worst performance. I don't want
to take anything away from Ohio!
State, but we just aren't the
team we were two weeks ago,"
he concluded.

Keyes Keys Purdue
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Fantastic
Leroy Keyes, the nation's top ma-I
jor collegiate scorer, ripped off
three touchdowns, passed for
another and amassed 224 yards
rushing yesterday to lead sixth-
ranked Purdue to a 42-9 Big Tenj

football victory over Illinois.
The junior halfback began his
display in the second quarter after
the Illini had taken a 3-0 lead
in the intermittent snow flurries
on a 51-yard field goal by Dan,
McKissic, a school record.
At the start of the second
period, Purdue drove 77 yards
helped by runs of 39, 18 and 13
by Keyes. But Keyes was stopped
two-feet from the goal and Illi-
nois took over.
Purdue got a safety when a
snapped center to Illinois punter
Terry Miller deep in the end
zones sailed over his head. Keyes'
first touchdown soon followed.
He set it up on a 22-yard run and
capped it by drilling across from
the three. ,
Keyes, who played only on of-j
fense although he is a defensive
bear, later streaked 11 yards to
score, ending a 50-yard drive that
included his 14-yard run and Mike
Phipps' 13-yard toss to Jimj
Bierne. It left Purdue ahead 14-3'
at the half.
In the third quarter, a bad
fourth-down snap back by cen-
ter Bruce Erb gave Purdue pos-
session on the Illini 28. On the
first play, Keyes swung across
after following a wave of block-
ing.
Minutes later, another bad cen-
ter snap and a blocked punt gave
Purdue the ball on Illinois 12.
On the third play, Perry Williams
crashed across from the two.
Before the third period closed
Illini Mike Murawski fizzled a
punt for only four yards and Pur-
due took aim from 12 yards out.
Keyes, Mr. Everything, then flip-
ped a scoring pass to Bierne.
* * *
Indiana Shakes Through
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Un-
beaten Indiana, rated No. 7 na-
tionally, survived a last-minute
charge by winless Wisconsin in
a Big Ten battle and took a

Hopes
shaky seventh, straight football
victory yesterday, 14-9.
Harry Gonso, Indiana's sopho-
more quarterback, passed 15 yards
to John Isenbarger for a first
quarter touchdown at the end of
a 30-yard drive.
* * *
Gophers Win on Shutout
IOWA CITY, Iowa - Big Ten
co-leader Minnesota nipped a
surprisingly tough Iowa team, 10-
0 yesterday on a first quarter
touchdown pass by quarterback
Curt Wilson.
Minnesota added a 21-yard field
goal by Bob Stein in the third
quarter.
Minnesota's touchdown came
midway through the first period
when Wilson hit end Charley San-
ders with a 17-yard strike.
Iowa, meanwhile, got a credi-
table performance out of sopho-
more quarterback Mike Cilek,
whose previous experience had
been limited to half a dozen plays.
Cilek was entrusted with the
job after regular quarterback Ed
Podolak, who had accounted per-
sonally for two-thirds of Iowa's
net yardage, was benched because

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OHIO STATE FULLBACK Paul Huff drives through the Michi-
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a page out of the Ohio State football tradition, Huff personally
destroyed the Spartans as Coach Woody Hayes found success in
his old "3-yards and a cloud of dust" theory.

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GRIDDE PICKINGS
Michigan 7, Northwestern 3
Purdue 42, Illinois 9
Indiana 14, Wisconsin 9
Ohio State 21, Michigan State 7
aMinnesota 10, Iowa 0
A Army 10, Air Force 7
Notre Dame 43, Navy 14
Auburn 26, Florida 21
Southern California 31, California 12
Oklahoma 23, Colorado 0
Georgia Tech 19, Duke 7
Florida State 26, Memphis State 7
Kansas 17, Kansas State 16
LSU 13, Mississippi 13 (tie)
Alabama 13, Mississippi State 0
North Carolina State 30, Virginia 8
UCLA 16, Oregon State 16 (tie)
xsKentucky 22, West Virginia 7
Miami, Fla. 14, Virginia Tech 7
Drexel Tech 27, Gettysburg 20
Other Scores
Tennessee 38, Tampa 0
Ohio 20. Western Mich. 10
Syracuse 14, Pittsburgh 7
Clemson 17, North Carolina 0
Stanford 14, Washington 7
Missoari 7, Oklahoma St. 0
Toledo 24, Miami (Ohio) 14
Wyoming 28, San Jose St. 7
Texas A & M 33, Arkansas 21
TCU 29, Baylor 7
Texas 35, SMU 28
Utah State 30, Brigham Young 9
Texas Tech 24, Rice 10
Arizona St. 49, Utah 32
Oregon 17, Washington St. 13
Cincinnati 27, Boston College 21
Kent St. 28, Louisville 21
Bowling Green 9, Marshall 7
Nebraska 12, Iowa St. 0
Tulsa 14, Witcha St. 0
Cornell 27, Columbia 14
Harvard 45, Pennsylvania 7
Princeton 48, Brown 14
Penn State 38, Maryland 3
Rhode Island 7, Boston U. 6

Yesterday's Results
MICHIGAN 7, Northwestern 3
Ohio State 21, Mich. State 7
Purdue 42, Illinois 9
Indiana 14, Wisconsin 9
Minnesota 10, Iowa 0

Oregon State Equals
Second-Rated UCLA

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By The Associated Press
Oregon State's inspired Beavers
slugged their way 80 yards and on
a 28-yard field goal by Mike
Haggard gained a 16-16 tie with'
UCLA, the second-ranked team in'
the nation, unbeaten and, until
yesterday, untied.
With 1:02 remaining, quarter-a
back Gary Belan ran and passeda
the Bruins from their own 33 to'
the Oregon State 20.
And with 10 seconds remaining,
the Bruins' field goal specialist,
ZenonrAndrusyshyn, gunning for
his 4th field goal of the after-
noon, watched his boot blocked
by Oregon State's Ron Boley. '
In another upset, Oklahoma
turned two pass interceptions and
a fumble into touchdowns and
stymied Colorado's offense as the
Sooners beat the ninth-ranked
Buffaloes 23-0 to take command
of the Big Eight Conference race.
Third Straight
The Sooners won their third,
straight league game without a
loss as Colorado suffered its sec-
ond defeat in a row-
The No. 1 ranked Southern
California Trojans overpowered a;
fired up California defense 31-12
and won their eighth straight
game. 0. J. Simpson, their in-

jured running star, remained on
the sidelines.
Led by big Ed White, Califor-
nia's defenders accounted for nine
of the Bears' 12 points with a
stubborn effort against the Tro-
jan power and speed.
Notre Dame's 10th ranked Irish
pounded error-prone Navy for
four touchdowns in the second
quarter and then let reserves mop
up the outclassed Middies for a
43-14 football victory in a baby
blizzard yesterday.
Third-ranked Tennessee chris-
tened the new $4.6 million Tampa
Stadium by trouncing mismatch-
ed University of Tampa Spartans
38-0.
Couldn't Move
Tampa was unable to move the
football beyond the Vols' 28-yard
line.
Eighth-ranked Wyoming broke
loose for two touchdowns in the
third period and went on to de-
feat San Jose State 28-7 before
a disappointed Spartan home-
coining crowd of 17,300.
North Carolina State's versatile
Wolfpack added lustre to its No.
4 national ranking Saturday with
a 30-8 Atlantic Coast Conference
football victory over Virginia that
ran its record for the season to
8-0.

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