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special To The Daily
TOLEDO -- Toledo's freshman
team presented Michigan's fresh-
man team with a rock-ribbed de-
tense last night in Toledo's Glass










Grid Powers in Key Games


ha ee un Rokets5 3Purdue Hosts
earl asthe olverine took then M innesota In
openmng kickoff and proceeded to
trieagainst Toledo' defense. To B g T n Battle
ledo's first offensive play yielded a
fumble which the Wolverines re- By DAVE THOITS
covered on the Rocket's 43 yard Teplinaes reotf
line, when the game was only a Ithe wayenowinathe race forthef
aminute and 30 seconds old.ewynwi h aefrte
I Tleo achnc Big Ten crown and the three sur-
fialygindBILL DODD viosca str to fih iou
a punt attempt, and the Rockets The Blue then came back with Idiana, and Minnesta have prfect
received the ball on the Wolverine the ensuing kickoff and mnarched records in conference play, and all
four yard line. But the Wolverine to the Toledo 26 wxhere Tim Kil- face each other in the remaining
defense pushed Toledo back and hian missed a 43 y aid field goal three weeks of the season.
they had to settle for a 33 yard attenmpt. But Toledo was offsides VMinnesota and Purdue kick off
field goal, and Killian made good on a 38 festivities today in a big clash at
Pass Combo - yarder with 2:35 left in the third Lafayette. You've heard' of what
Michigan finally came alive. as quarter, happens when the unstoppable
a passing combination of first half Killer Kicker force meets the immovable object?
juarterback Nathaniel Betts to end Killian added another 35 yarder IThat will be the scene at Ross
Thomas McCaffry began clicking. [with 5:15 left in the fourth quar- Ade Stadium as the league's best
Michigan scored the touchdown on ter to ice the Wolverines' 15-3 vic- offense tangles with the number
a nine yard counter play to half- jtory. The field goal followed the one defense.
back Greg Harrison to gain a lead first of two interceptions by Betts. Purdue has been a terror on
they never relinquished. The second interception killed a offense this year averaging over
In the second half Betts switch- Toledo drive with 3:30 left in the 37 points a game in conference
ed to defense, and Don Moorehead game. action. Sure-fire All American Le-
took over the quarterbacking~ Michigan's defense completely roy Keyes is an ever-present
duties. frustrated the Rockets' passing at- threat to go all the way as evi-
Michigan's defense made some tack. Blitzing linebackers and hard denced by his 15 touchdowns.
adjustments and completely stifled rushing linemen dumped quarter- Murray Prays
Toledo's offense. back Tony Harris for numerous The swift, powerful Keyes leads
Toledo halfback Tom Snyder losses and Betts' interceptions shut the conference in rushing and has
slipped and fell in his own end of f prime receiver Terry Kennally. prompted Minnesota coach Mur-
zone late in the third quarter to The win finishes a perfect 2-0 ray Warmath to say, "All we can
give the Wolverines a 9-3 bulge. season for the Wolverine yearlings, do is hope Leroy Keyes doesn't
I _____.--__________- -- -get the ball in the open too often."
- Field general Mike Phipps, a
P EAC EF UL ALT E R NA TIV ES to the DR AF T poised' sophoore adsreat pass
the best fullback in the'Big Ten,
U. of M. Students will speak on: complement Keyes- to give the
Boilermaker their explosive scor-
ing machine
CONSCI E NTIOUS OBJ ECT ION Trying to stop the Boilermaker
expross will be the monstrous
to DR A FT defense, which has limited four
R ESISTA NCE to DRAFT pints. The line "av~erage 238
ALLARE WLCMEounds per man and is heade u
F I ST N iTA IAN C U C HAll American candidate, The sec-
FIRST UNI ARIA CH R Hondary is one of the Big Ten's
191 7 Wa tenaw best and will offer a good chal-
Sunday, Nov. 1 2 7:00 P.M. lenge to Phipps.
Top Two
_______ ________ Purdue's defense also has been
tough this season, ranking a close
______________________________________________ second to Minnesota in the statis-
tics while the Gopher offensive at-
Your shtack has been somewhat less than
impressive. 1~,.'

% USC Faces OSU Challenge;
T 'Alabama Invades Tiger Den


Indiana hasn't overpowered any-
body except Arizona but has al-
ways managed to have more points
than the opponent by the end
of the game. The momentum from
its consistent success is an enor-
mous edge for this Indiana team,
however, which has set an all-
itfirst seven games. It is ti
momentum, increased by the pos-
sibility of Indiana's first Rose
Bowl trip ever, and a trio of tal-
ented sophomores which Michigan
State will have to contend with.
Quarterback Harry Gonso has
run for over 400 yards and passed
for 600 more in spearheading th~e
senbarger punts (sometmes) ,for
IIndiana, .ranks as their second
leading rusher, and has pitched
three touchdown passes. Jade
Butcher just catches passes, 26
iso far, including nine TDs.
Raye Okay
MSU will try and counter with
its sometimes potent offense In-
and a hard-hitting defense, in an
efor to end their three game los-
Ohio State plays host to Wiscon-
sin in another conference game
as the Buckeyes try to halt a
surprising four game home losing
streak. Ohio State unveiled full-
back Paul Huff in its victory over
MSU last week as he overpowered
the Spartans for 117 yards. Huff's
running and the passing of quar-
terback Bill Anders should assure
an Ohio victory.
Without Wayne
Hapless Wisconsin, without a
win inseven trys this season, rave
Indiana a battle last week before
bowing 14-9. The Badgers may
have played their game of the year
gantIndiana but lost fullback
Wayne Todd in the process.
In another "big" contest at
Evanston, Iowa continues its
never- ending struggle to move out
of the Big Ten cellar, by taking
on Northwestern. The Hawkeyes
came close against Minnesota a
week ago, but lost 10-0. Still miss-
ing from their lineup will be
quarterback Ed Podolak.
Northwestern has had litl mr
one conference game. The Wild-
cats have moved the ball well but
can't seem to come up with any
scoring punch.
In the other conference en-
Champaign to face th e fighting
Illini of Illinois. Both teams own
1-3 league records and are in a
three-way tie with Northwestern
for sixth place. The game fea-
tures two second string quarter-
backs, Illinois' Dean Volkman and
the Wolverine's Dennis Brown,
who have been elevated to the
number one spot in recent weeks.
Michigan rules a slight favorite
in this one.

Four key games spotlight col-
lege gridiron action across the
nation this afternoon.
Southern California, top-ranked
team in the country, takes on
Ogon Stae, Aaa plays
Kansas travels to Colorado.
The Trojans of USC will risk
their unblemished 8-0 record
against the Beavers of Oregon
State, who claim a recent vic-
tory over Purdue and a tie with
highly-ranked UCLA.
USC will once again have
available the services of their
super halfback 0. J. Simpson,
who did not play last week be-
cause of an injured foot. Lead-
ing the blocking for the Trojans
is All-American candidate Ron
Yary. Quarterback Steve Sogge
is expected to run a more bal-
anced attack this week with
equal running between the tail-
back and fullback, and a more
diversified passing game.
- Similar
The Beavers, fresh off their
impressive 16-16 tie with UCLA,
resemble USC in their playing
style. Quarterback Steve Preece
and fullback Bill Enyart both
consistently gain good yardage
running behind a strong offen-
Playing on their home field at
Corvallis, Oregon, the Beavers
could easily pull off one of the
biggest 'upsets of the year, but
USC should have sufficient power
-to gain their ninth straight vic-
Down in the Sugar Bowl in
New Orleans LSU will try to up-
Tide of Alabama-.

Each team has suffered a con
ference defeat, but If a stronj
Mississippi team should defea
Tennessee, the winner of the
game will probably share in the
Southeastern conference champ-
Although the Tide's running at-
tack is not as powerful as it has
been in past years, its passing
game is one of the best any-
where. Quarterback Ken Stabler
and end Dennis Holman have
combined to form the most feared
passing combination in the coun-
Patent Tigers
LSU has a potent offense led
by quarterback Nelson Stokely
but its real strength lies in its
defense. Allowing an average of
eleven points per game, LSU's de-
fense is constantly scrambling
and often makes the breaks which
can let the offense win tihe game.
Further down South in Jack-
sonville, the Gators of Florida
take on Vince Doley's Bulldogs
of Georgia.
Following its close loss to Hous-
tonton, Georgia may be down for
the game, and Ray Grave's Flor-
ida team is perfectly capable of
taking advantage.
Georgia again possess a strong
defense although it Is slightly less
by All-American tackle Billy Joe
Patton. The Bulldogs have been
consistent throughout the season
and their depth is sufficient to
play over an injury to one of the
Both Ways
Georgi wil liely sickt t
centered on fullbacks Ron Jen-
kins and Brad1 Johnson, but its
passing game can also be effec-
Florida is not ranked as high)
as Georgia, but it is also a win-
ning team with a 4-2 record.
Larry Smith and Graham McKeeJ
give the Gators a fine running
game, and Quarterback Larry
Rentz has done a good job since
taking over in mid-season.
SIn the Big Eight Conference
Kansas against Colorado, con-
querer of Nebraska and Missouri,
in the battle of the unbeatens.
On Line
Kansas, the surprize team of
the conference, has won four
straight conference games after
three Intersectional losses to Stan-
ford, Indiana, and Ohio Uni-
versity. However, Kansas is not
expected to continue undefeated
in the tight race for it plays Mis-
souri and Oklahoma directiy
after the Colorado game.
The Jayhawkers rely on a strong
defense led by end John Zook
and Linebackers Mickey Doyle
and Mike Sweatman although the
offense with quarterback John
Douglas is also potent.
Big Ten Triviaj
1. When was the first Big Ten
football championship s e a s a n
2. What was the first intersec-
tional game?
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sustained drives, relying mainly
on the bomb. To stay in the game,
Minnesota's defense will have to
hold down the Purdue scoring
since the Gopher offense can't
count on putting many points on
the board.
Up at East Lansing, Indiana's
Cinderella Hoosiers take on the
deflated, downtrodden Spartans of
Michigan State..It's a very inter-
esting situation when a 2-5 team
is favored over an undefeated and
nationally ranked team and that's
exactly the story in this game.
Boston 115, Baltimore 114
st. Louis 143, Detroit 140, overtime
Dallas 104, Kentucky 1023



U.S.~ Led
By The Associated Press
MEXICO CITY--Arnold Palmer,
plagued by blurred vision, rammed
in birdies on the last two holes
to lead te US. to a six-stroke lead
over Argentina in the World Cup
Golf Tournament.
His 138 total places him four-
strokes, ahead of Hsieh Yung-Yo
in the individual competition.
Teammate Jack Nicklaus is third
one mor'e stroke back at 143.
Palmer got sand in his left eye
blasting out of a fairway trap on
the first hole, and it bothered him
the rest of the round.


Isther aI bes gls
f'or beer?.

3:30 P.M.

With some beers maybe the
glass doesn't matter. But when
the beer is Budweiser, our
brewmaster holds strong views.

tiny bubbles are the only beer
bubbles in America that come
from the natural carbonation
of Beechwood Ageing.) An-

"I like a glass With
plent of room," he
says. "Size is more im-
portant than shape.
A big glass, say one
that'll hold a full bot-
tle, is best."
A big glass gives
Budweiser a chance to

other thing about a
big glass: it lets you
quaff the beer'. An
who wants to sip,
when the beer tastes as
hearty as Budweiser?
That's about the
size of it! Choose any
kind of glass you want

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... asilong asit' sbig enough.(Of
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