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Page Six

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, October 30} 1968

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday..,. Oct ,...he,.,.. 0 1968.. ,.

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By KIM JOHNSON Don Meredith exploded the bomb
The Green Bay Packers are Ifrom deep in his own territory to
alive and well, fans. So alive and speedster Bob Hayes.
well, in fact, that Monday night Hayes hauled it in and was fin-
in Dallas they rose up and smash- ally dropped on the Packer 17-
ed the previously undefeated Cow- yard line. Coming right back on
boys. 28-17. the next play, Meredith threaded
The outcome confirms the worst the needle with a touchdown pass
fears of the other National Foot- to Hayes in the corner of the end
ball League clubs, who probably zone, and Dallas led 7-0.
thought it was too good to be After trading interceptions, the
true anyway. As the Packers, aged Cowboys gained possession and be-
and injured, staggered to a 2-3-1 gan a crunching ground game that
record in their first six games, carried them to the Green Bay
many thought that, after three nine. Running at the right side of
straight world championships, the Packer line time after time,
Green Bay was on the ropes. the Cowboy front line opened big
No N such luck. Mondaytikghte!holes in the proud Green Bay de-
with cold precision and the 'pro-) fense.
fessionally-efficiept Green B a y ANOTIER THREE POINTS
style, the Packers were again the Running backs Don Perkins and
fearsome team of past seasons. Craig Baynham galloped for first
The game, billed as the contest of downs until Dallas was finally: :.
the year during the off-season, was halted. The Cowboys then kicked
important to both teams. Green a field goal from the 16.
Bay, thanks to the musical-chairs Down 10-0 and dominated by X,_
type of football that is being play- the powerful Dallas offense, the
ed in their division, was still a Packers attempted to get their
contender. But they knew that own machine moving smoothly on <
with a few more losses they'd be all cylinders. After trading punts,
finished, and that they had to es- they finally did.
tablish a winning pattern soon. Starting a drive in their own
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS end of the field, Bart Starr hit
And for' Dallas, who has never Carroll Dale for a key first down.
beaten Green Bay in regular or A moment later, on third down,
play-off action, the game was an Starr found Fleming for another
opportunity to both avenge them- first down to keep the drive alive. GREEN BAY QUARTERBACK
selves and to put more daylight With time running out in the first gaEensAY o bAsKD
between themselves and the rest of half, a penalty moved Green Bay (52). Starr was handled roughl
their division. back to the Dallas 26.
Green Bay was a seven point un- And here was probably the key gets in the second half, resulti
underdog at game time, and for point in the game. Both tactically With first down on the Dallas
awhile it looked as if the bookies and psychologically, it was im- th sised eerybody
were just being cautious. The portant that Green Bay get on three, Starr surprised everybody
second time the Cowboys got the the scoreboard before the half, py rolling out and flipping a short
ball, after a missed field goal at- Rising to the occasion, Starr fired pass to Fleming in the end zone for
tempt by the Packers, quarterback a touchdown pass to Dale. whohscare.
Istepped in right at the flag. Then came the first of two im-
portant Dallas mistakes. Big Dave
TURNAOUT Robinson picked off a Meredith
A IR POR T The game turned right aroundRbnsnpkd faMrdih
Kr0n The getnedhal. rghtngoundpass and lumbered with it to the
I UEin the second half. Grabbing the Cowboy 44-yard line. Starr went
LIMOUSINES control and momentum of the bat- right to the air, attempting to
tle,D 'Packers carried the game catch the Cowboys unsettled. And
for information coll to Dallas and never let them es- he did.
tablish their own tempo of play. Consistently sending his flank-
971-300Cowboys, and breaking Mere-
Cowbys. nd reakng Mre-ers deep, Starr had spent most of
the game hitting the shorter, trail-
Tickets are available dith's nose in the process, Green ing receivers. This time the trailer
at Travel Bureaus or Bay. went ahead to stay. Starting was Mary Fleming, who, after
the Michigan Union from their own 22, the Packers s
scored in nine plays, the keys be- 24, bolthe vae 'eDallas
32 Trips Day ing passes to Dale and Donny An- fro and into the end zone.
derson. Refusing to die, Dallas closed.
the gap to four points after a few
minutes as Meredith found Bayn-
ham as the quarter ended for a!
scoring pass. And when they held
Green Bay a moment later, the
crowd of over seventy thousand
began to roar again.
It was not to be. On the ,first
series of downs, Baynham fumb-
led and Ray Nitschke, who had
played a bone-crunching game at
middle linebacker, recovered.
Again, Starr passed on first down
before the Dallas defense could
get settled, this time to Boyd"Dow-
ler, who carried it to the Cowboy
five. On the next play, Starr hit

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BART STARR (15) is hit as he attempts to pass in Monday night's
allas. Putting on the rush is Chuck Howley (54) and Dave Edwards
y at first, but led a Packer comeback by consistently hitting his tar-
ng in. a 28-17 victory over the previously unbeaten Cowboys.

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Dowler in paydirt for the final
touchdown of the night.
In the closing minutes Dallas
missed a field goal attempt, and
then the Cowboys died with their
boots on as Bob Jeter intercepted
Meredith's pass in the end zone for
the clincher.
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then capitalizing on them, they
throttled the explosive Dallas of-
I fense With their own rugged de-
fense. The Packers played a cool,
finely executed game and won
with it as they have so many
tiMmes before.
And, despite their mediocre re-!
cord, the Packers find themselves
atop the Central Division, tied
with Detroit, with Minnesota right
behind.
The latter teams should be kick-
ing themselves for taking such
little advantage of the Green Bay
slump, for they now face the un-
happy reality of a rejuvinated
Packer team not having to come
from behind, but loping along
with them, stride for stride.: ';
And, knowing the Packers and,
their pride, the others have pos- I
sibly blown their chances. Don't be
surprised if the AFL champion I
runs out on Super Bowl day to
again meet the team with the big
"G" on their yellow helmets. I

ball teams of St. Bonaventure Uni-
versity, LaSalle College, and Flor-
ida State University were discip-
lined by the National Collegiat
Athletic Association yesterday for
infractions of NCAA rules.
Arthur J. Bergstrom, assistant
executive director of the NCAA
council, said LaSalle was put on
probation for two years, and
Florida State and St. Bonaventure
for one year each,
St. Bonaventure ranked third in
the 1968 Associated Press poll. The
New York State school maintained
a 23-game winning streak until
beaten by North Carolina in the
NCAA Eastern Regional semi-
finals at Raleigh, N.C.
LaSalle, in NCAA champion-
ship play last year, was beaten by
Columbia at College Park, Mary-
land.
FSU is considered one of the top
independent schools in the South-
east.
LaSalle was penalized for im-
properly terminating Athletic
scholarships, for a threat to ter-
minate scholarships for poor per-
formance, and for permitting the
freshman coach to make t o k e n
cash payments to players for out-
standing performances.

Professional

Standings

Minnesot
Kentucky
jIndiana
Miami
xOakland
xNew Orl
Dallas
Los Ange
iDenver
Houston
x-Late g

ABA
EASTERN DIVISION
WV L Pet,
a 2z 01.000
y3 1 .667
0 3 .000
0 3 .000
WESTERN DIVISION
3 0 1.000
eans 1 1 .500
0 0 .000
les 0 0 .000
0 1 .000
0 1 .000
gamne not included.

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NBA
Eastern Division
WV L Pet.
Boston 4 1 .800
Baltimore 6 3 .667
Cincinnati -3 2 .600
Philadelphia 3 2 .600
New York 4 3 .571
Detroit . 2 3 .400
Milwaukee 0 5 .000
Western ,Division
xAtlanta 3 2. .600
San Francisco 3 2 .600
Chicago 3 3 .500
xLos Angeles 3 3 .500
Phoenix 2 3 .400
San Diego 2 3 .400
Seattle 2 5 .286
x-Late game not included.
Yesterday's Results
Chicago 103, Boston 97
Baltimore 129, Milwaukee 112
New York 110, San'Francisco 97
Atlanta 62, Los Angeles 56, halftime
Only games scheduled.
Today's Games
j Detroit at Boston
Phoenix at Seattle
Atlanta at San Diego
New York at Cinci'nnati
San Francisco at Baltimore
Only games scheduled.

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Yesterday's Results
New York 108, Denver 89
Minnesota 116, Miami 108
New Orleans at Oakland, late
Only games scheduled.
Today's Gamesj
New Oarleans at Los Angeles
Denver at Kentucky
Only games scheduled.
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Try Daily Classifieds

j FSU was cited for providing
paid sightseeing trips to Panama
City for two prospective basket-
'ball players. Also, FSU coaches al-
legedly organized tryout sessions
for prospective players and con-
ducted out-of-season practice.
Bergstrom said the teams may
not play in post-season g a m e s
while on probation.
LaSalle coach, Jim Harding
said: "I did remove the scholar-
ship of a boy named Fern Scott
when he quit the squad. I did tell
the squad after a poor game
they would either have to play
ball or their scholarships would
go. But when we did find out that
NCAA rules prevented this we gave
Scott, his scholarship back and
didn't remove any of the scholar-
ships.

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. . and quality education are three
major local concerns. All receive top
priority from your Congressman, Marv
Esch.
In Washington, he developed and sup-
ported stronger measures to clean up
our waters. At home, Congressman
Esch initiated action programs for flood
and pollution 'controls on our rivers.
He's working to stop further decay of
Lake Erie. Working with local officials
he has helped to secure funds for water
and sewer projects.

Marv Esch is aware of the sad condi-
tions of our roads. He's pushing for
expansion of federal help to local and
state systems. He's leading the cam-
paign to eliminate roadside traffic haz-
ards and dangerous railroad crossings.
As a member'of the important Educa-
tion and Labor committee, Congress-
man Esch has taken a leadership role
on major education legislation. A former
educator, he works for high quality edu-
cation. He supports maximum federal
assistance. School boards value his

assistance on federal programs.
Marv Esch knows Washingto
money alone will not and
should not solve all comm-
unity problems. But our
man in Washington tries
to help.
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