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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1967 THE MICflIGA1~ DAILY PAGE NTht
(Continued from Page 1) I a tremendous game in the second
ter found Illinois sustaining a half. Sincic's return made us a
drive on their own 45. With sec- better defensive team (the 217-
ond-and-nine, quarterback Doan pound Clevelander made 10 solo
Volkman dropped back lzking tackles, assisted on four others,
for his favorite receiver John forced a fumble with a jarring
Wright. Wolverine Tom Stincic, necktie tackle and broke up a
a convert from defensive end to pass), even though we are really
his linebacker post, blitzed through using four neds in Sinic, (Rocky)
and hit Volkman's arm as he Rosema, (Phil) Seymour and
released the ball. As a result, Tom Kramer."
Curtis intercepted the "floater," The defensive secondary also
his second of three thefts of the had a hand in the Wolverine vic-
day, and returned it 17 yards to tory, picking off four Illini aerials.
the Illinois 44. Ringleader Curtis commented after
From there, Michigan staged its the game: "It had to be our best
winning march. With third-and- game. We've really come on in the
four on the 30, Brown passed to last three games-in those games
John Gabler for six. With third- we've intercepted nine. Nobody ex-
and-10 an the 19, Brown con- pected much from us, but we've
nected with Berline down to the shown them."
six. Linebacker Denny Morgan ram-
Gabler smashed to the two, bled by and after hearing Curtis'
Johnson made one on the left side, comments, interrupted: "What
and then, on the tenth play of the about the linebackers? We were
drive, Johnson swept his left end putting all the pressure on Volk-
for the final three yards. Titus man." Curtis happily agreed.
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DUPONT* BLENDS INSURE
JIM BERLINE (97) of Michigan falls across the goal line for a touchdown in the third quarter of yes-
terday's game with Illinois. Ken Kmiec of Illinois is making the determined, but tardy, tackle. Berline
caught 5 aerials for 47 yards.
closed out the scoring with a per-
fect point after.
Elliot, though pleased with the'
offense, still confined most of his
postgame remarks to the defense:
"We feel pretty fortunate to win
this one. Our defense just played
Illinois head coach Jim Valeck,
who was hired last spring, break-
ing up the Pete Elliott-Bump
Elliott brother routine, concurred:
"We couldn't handle the third
down blitz. They got to our passer
on clutch downs more than any
other time this season. They were
GEORGE HOEY, (12) Wolverine safety, begins his game tying
jaunt to the goal line yesterday afternoon in Champaign. Dave
Porter (70) prepares to run interference for Hoey after the
Illini's Dick Tate (34) misses the tackle.
31' Iickers Slip Past Kentucky, 3-2
coming from the back side, not Michigan single-season rushing
the front."' record for another game. Ron
Johnson, who needed 70 yards yes-
The game also produced two terday to break Harmon's record
other happy individuals-Tom of 884 set in 1939, fell nine short.
Harmon and Hugh Hefner. Hefner, editor and publisher of
Harmon, legendary Wolverine Playboy magazine, sent a photog-
tailback, will at least keep the rapher down to snap a picture for
his 1968 September football issue,
of the Playboy Bunny which the
Illinois student card section form-
ed. It was reported at halftime
that the photographer got a great
shot, an announcement which re-
ceived the biggest cheer of the
WOLVERINE SOCCER stand-out Deiter Stefankovie blasts
through mud, rain, sleet, and the Kentucky goalkeeper to score
one of his two goals in yesterday's match on Wines Field. The
Michigan club defeated Kentucky, 3-2.
Knickis Knock Celts
By PHIL BROWN
The Michigan soccer club slip-
ped and slid to a grimy, come-
from - behind victory yesterday,
defeating the University of Ken-
Wolverine forward Deiter Sta-
fankovic rammed home the win-
ning goal with only half a minute
remaining in the game, after ty-
ing the contest midway through
the first half. His performance
lifted the club's record to 3-1 for
Kentucky had taken a two-goal
lead in the first half of the
match, played under a chilly
downpour which had reduced the
turf to a slimy mire well before
the 10:30 kickoff.
Despite the condition of the
field, both teams moved the ball
well, getting frequent scoring op-
portunities before the Wildcats
broke into the lead. Left wing
Sener Calis found the ball in
front of the Michigan ,net and
threadedit between apair of de-
fenders to give his team a 1-0
Minutes later Calis executed a
near-perfect corner kick, floating
the ball in front of the goal where
inside forward Sha Dehghan
headed it neatly past Wolverine
goalie Dave Noshay.
Kentucky had a golden oppor-
tunity for a third score late in the
first half, when the referee
awarded them a penalty kick. The
boot, however, headed straight
at Noshay, who gathered it in to
end the threat.
Michigan, despite fine forward,
play and constant harassment of
the Kentucky goalie, was unable
to get the ball past the mouth of
the net in the first half.
But the tables were quickly
turned when the second period
got under way. The Wolverines
were awarded a charity shot early
in the half, and forward Duncan)
Munro aimed a blazing kick at
the upper right-hand corner of
the Wildcat goal which the net-
minder had no chance to stop.
Stefankovic's first tally, which
tied the game at 2-2, came mid-
way through the period, when he
beat a cluster of defenders with
his short kick into the left corner
of the Kentucky net.
Concerted e f f o r t s by both
squads failed to produce any fur-
ther scoring until Stefankovic
booted the winner with time run-
Much of the credit for the vic-
tory must go to Michigan right
fullback Graham Wilkes, who re-
peatedly broke up Kentucky at-
tacks single-handedly, and to
halfback Ted Cohen, equally
strong on defense.
Noshay, co-captain and goalie,J
had a number of spectacular
saves to his credit, including at
least two stops of seemingly 'sure'
The game was the last sched-
uled by the club to this point, al-
though tentative opponents might
still confirm dates for more
matches before the actual end of
Special To The Daily
CHAMPAIGN - The Michigan
cross country team yesterday out-
hustled Illinois to take 23-35 de-
The Wolverine harriers and
their placing were: Steve Bishop,
first; Tom Kearney, fourth; Jim
Dennis, fifth; Steve Klotz, sixth;
Gary Gold, seventh, and Ken
Howe in the non-scoring eighth
Bishop was tops over the five
mile course, turning in a time of
25 minutes, 52 seconds.-
The Illini placed well with two
of their runners as Greg Dykstra
took second and John Lamoreux
copped third, but they received no
support as their teammates could
not break through the middle
cluster of maize-and-blue. Other
scoring positions for Illinois were
taken by Ray Sherry with a ninth,
Pat Drayton in tenth, and John
Evrard with his eleventh.
Michigan's record in dualmeet
contest is now 2-0. In an earlier
meet, The Wolverines defeated
Bowling Green by a score of 16-42.
That Makes Two in a Row!!!
Total No. of Rushes
Forward Passes Attempt.
Yards Int. Returned
Kickoffs, Returned By
Yards Kicks Returned
SCORE BY PERIOD
0 0 14 7-21
7 7 0 0-14
Tries Net Ave.
Att. Comp. Yds.
23 10 87
11 4 49
1 (Intcp.) 0
o. Yds. Ave.
4 34 8.5
5 47 9.4
1 6 6
MIDDLE EAST ISSUES-PAST & PRESENT
Will be discussed in a Public Lecture by:
ALFRED M. LILIENTHAL
Noted Author & Political Scientist
TUES., NOV. 14th, 1967-8:00 P.M.
at the MICHIGAN UNION BALLROOM
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NE\ YORK - The New York'
Knicks held off a fourth quarter
rally by the Boston Celtics last
night and scored a 110-105 vic-
tory, their first regular season
triumph over the Celtic since
Mar. 17, 1965.
A Madison Square Garden crowd
of 14,008 watched the Celtics, led
by Sam Jones and Bailey Howell,
each with 25 points, twice erase
Knick leads, the first a 13-point
second period margin, and then a
third period difference of nine
With the score tied 87-87 early
in the last period, Cazzie Russell,
who scored 24, and Willis Reed,
who got 21, joined Walt Bellamy
and Dick Barnett to get the
Knicks in front by 100-92 with
Jeff Fullins sank a free throw.
Wilkins drove for a layup, pulling
the Hawks within one point.
On the inbounds play after Wil-
kens' goal, a warrior pass hit
the St. Louis basket and deflected
to Snyder who scored as the final
* * *
an 11-point lead early in the
fourth quarter and used some
clutch shooting to withstand a
determined comeback by San
Diego to claim a 109-108 National
Basketball Association victory last
Jerry Lucas, who topped both
teams with 23 points and 25 re-
bounds, helped the Royals break
their losing streak at five games.
But it was Guy Rodgers who
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SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR
five minutes to play. c iy poppea in Lwo Tre .nrws
Jones, John Havlicek a n d and rookie Bill Dinwiddie who hit
Jone, Jhn Hvliek an da twvisting jump shot that pre-
Wayne Embry drew the Celtics served the victory for the Royals.
within three, 104-101, with 1:313
remaining. BALTIMORE-The Baltimore
Bullets beat off a last-quarter
ST. LOUIS - Lenny Wilkens Seattlerally and defeated the Su-
and Dick Snyder scored baskets personics 134-129 in a National
in the final 13 seconds as the St. Basketball Association game last
Louis Hawks came from behind night.
to edge San Francisco 94-93 in The Bullets, brining their record
a National Basketball Association 'to 5-8, appeared to have blown
game last night. It was the seventh the game open early in the third
straight victory for the Hawks quarter when they outscored the
The Hawks, after twice miss- Supersonics 18-4 for an 86-74
ing opportunities to tie the game lead. But Seattle, now 2-13, rallied
in the closing seconds, fell three continually although it never over-
points behind when the Warriors' came the deficit.
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