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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, September 27, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Friday, September 27, 1968

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (P) - Top-
ranked Purdue and runner-up
Notre Dame meet for the 49th
time in their football history Sat-
urday but the game is only a rub-
ber snatch for Jim Seymour and'
Leroy Keyes.
Seymour, Notre Dame's record-
breaking pass catcher, and Keyes,
Purdue's master of a l1 gridiron
trades, played their first collegiate
game two years ago on the same
Notre Dame turf where 59,075
will watch their duel Saturday.
Seymour caught three scoring
passes to lead the Irish to a 26-14
win enroute to a national champ-
ionship. Keyes scrambled 96 yards
with a fumble for a Boilermaker
score.
cLast year, seymour was held to
one completion by Keyes who
played offense, defense, passed,
ran and kicked Purdue to a 28-21-
triumph.
Purdue coach Jack Mollenkopf
has Keyes re.d to go Saturdayh
Notre Dame is listed as a touch-
down favorite for the game which
will be televised regionally in the
Midwest and parts of the East,
South and Southwest.
"If I'm not winded," Keyes said
yesterday, "I can handle Jim one-
on-one, even though he's two
inches taller than I am and has
great moves."
Irish quarterback Terry Han-
ratty has other thoughts.
"I don't really think any one
defender in college football can
cover Jim Seymour," Hanratty
said after he led the Irish to an
opening game 45-21 drubbing of
Oklahoma.
Hanratty a 1 so is playing his
rubber match against Purdue. He
was on the throwing end of Sey-
mour's three touchdowns in 1966.
Keyes, recalled that game Thurs-
day. "Hanratty had all day and
it was just too much for us. If
he gets rid of the ball from the
time it's snapped, we're in trou-
ble."

eyes in gridiron due Four game sweep.
-a. Tier shocker

By GORDON BEARD
BALTIMORE (AP) - The Detroit Tigers could pull a baseball
shocker and sweep the World Series from the St. Louis Cardinals in
four games, says coach Billy Hunter of the Baltipmore Orioles.
"I liken Detroit's situation to ours in 1966," Hunter said, "and if
the Tigers win the first game, they have a chance to win four in
a row."
"We hid a young club in 1966 without World Series experience,
except for Frank Robinson," Hunter recalled: 'There was some talk
about us losing four straight when we ran up against Sandy Koufax
and Don Drysdale.
"But Frank hit a homer in the first inning and Brooks Robinson
followed with another one. Then Moe Drabowsky came in and showed
the Dodgers could be stopped at the plate. Our kids found out right
away the Dodgers weren't invincible."
The Cards, like the Dodgers of two years ago, are experienced at
combatting the World Series pressure. They have won three pennants
in the past five year and were wdld champs last year when Bob Gib-
son hurled three victories over Boston.
"If Boston can take the Cards to seven games, Detroit can beat
them.," Hunter said. "The Tigers are a better club than Boston was
last year.'
He pointed specifically to the Tigers' feat of winning 30 games
this season in their last turn at bat, calling it "almost unbelieveable."
Detroit Manager Mayo Smith has yet to decide between Wilson
and Mickey Lolich as a second-game series starter behind 31-game
winner Dennis- McLain. Smith said he'd make a decision after each
pitches in Sunday's final regular season.

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JIM SEYMOUR
Notre Dame's veteran offensive
line gave Hanratty all the time
he needed against Oklahoma but
Coach Ara Parseghian is worried
about the size of Purdue's defen-
ders.
"They'll be difficult for Terry
to throw over if they come in with
their -hands high," Parseghian
said.
Purdue's four front-line defend-
ers average nearly 6-feet-5.
The Irish have an infantry
corps for Saturday that was not-
ably missing against Purdue last
year w h e n Hanratty threw 63
passes
Jeff Zimmerian and Bob Glad-
ieux gained easily against Okla-I
homa and Coley O'Brien, o n c e
Hanratty's backup man, is at af
halfback slot where he can'be used
on run-pass plays.I
Keyes is not making the Notrej
Dame invasion alone. Mike Phipps,
a junior quarterback who threw
two scoring passes in, last year's
game, will be along and so will;
Perry Williams, the all Big Ten

LEROY KEYES

fullback who squeezed out t w o
rushing touchdownsagainst the
Irish last year.
Parseghian's main concern is
his young defensive unit which
was n o t severely tested against1
Oklahoma as t h e Irish offenseE
controlled the 'ball for most of
the last three quarters.!1

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Baltimore 90 .70 .563 1;
Boston 85 74 .535 11
Cleveland 85 74 .535 1;
New York 81 78 .509 2'
Oakland 80 79 .503 2:
Minnesota 78 81 .491Z
California 66 93 .4153'
Chicago 65 94 .409 31
Washington 62 96 .392. 41
x-Clinched pennant.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Cleveland at Baltimore, inc.
Only games scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston, night
Cleveland ate Baltimore, night
Washington°at Detroit, night
Chicago at California, night
Minnesota at Oakland, night

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
xSt. Louis 95 64 .5597
San Francisco 86 73 .541
Cincinnati 82 77 .516
Chicago 81 78 .509
Atlanta 80, 79 .503
Pittsburgh 80 79 .503
Los Angeles 74 85 .465
Philadelphia 74 85 .465
,New York 72 87 .453
Houston 71 88 .447
x-Clinched pennant.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
No gaines scheduled.

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