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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 3, 1968

PaeTe HEMCHGNAL

- -n-a- 1November-- 3. 1 968

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Corne" University
Recruiter will be on campus to speak with interested
students from all major fields on Monday, November 4,
1968. For appointments, see:
Miss Mildred D. Webber
General Placement Division
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information

Big Ten losers excel in victory and defeat,
as Hawhe yes slide past Gophers, 3 5-28

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By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS - Sophomore
quarterback Larry Lawrence scored
four touchdowns and guided the'
Iowa Hawkeyes past Minnesota
35-28 Saturday in a Big Ten foot-
ball game.
Lawrence ran one, four, nine
and eight yards for his 24 points
to break the single-game Iowal
scoreing record set in 1939.
Minnesota sophomore halfback
Barry Mayer, who scored on a 60-1

yard run in the first period, gain-
ed 179 yards rushing and tied the
Gopher one-game rushing record
set in 1951 against Iowa by Paul
Giel.
Lawrence's three second half
touchdowns brought Iowa from a
20-14 halftime deficit.
The Gophers had taken a 20-7
lead in the second period on an
11-yard touchdown pass from Ray
Stephens to Ray Parson.

The running of Lawrence, full
back Tim Sullivan and tailback
Eddie Podolak, who scored Iowa's
other touchdown on a three-yard
run, dominated the Gophers un-
til the final minute when Step-
hens plunged three yards for the
last Minnesota touchdown and
Carter ran over the two-point
conversion.
* * *
Badgers edged
MADISON - Wisconsin two-
point conversion attempt failed
by inches as Indiana eked out a
21-20 Big Ten football victory.
Down 14-0 and 21-7, Wisconsin
made a gallant comeback when
quarterback John Ryan sneaked
in - from the one yard line for
one touchdown, then threw a 22-
yard TD pass to James Mearlon.
Wisconsin had two more chances
to break its 17-game winless.
streak, but field goal tries by
James Johnson and Ryan missed
their mark.
After a scoreless first period,
Indiana took over on the Badgers'
23 on a fumble. Four plays later,
halfback'John Isenbarger blasted
into the end zone from the three.
Indiana scored its second TD
shortly after the third period be-
gan as quarterback Harry Gonso
interspersed h is passes with
strong runs by Isenbarger a n d
fullback Tom Fleming to move In-
diana to the eight.
Gonso then hit Al Gage for an
eight-yard score.
Indiana's winning TD came on
a 32-yard runback with an in-
tercepted pass by Jim Sniadecki.
*. *,**
Purdue boils Illini
LAFAYETTE -- Sixth-ranked
Purdue erupted for 21 points in
the second period Saturday, then
beat down aroused and winless Il-
BIG TEN STANDINGS

linois for a 35-17 Big Ten football
victory before a record Ross-Ade
Stadium crowd of 62,321.
Purdue stayed mainly on the
ground for the second straight
week in rolling to its sixth victory
against one loss. The winners, now
3-1 in the Big Ten, outrushed Il-
linois 317 yards to 190 and com-
pleted two of six passes for 10 net
yards.
Williams and Keyes each scored
one touchdown. Keyes also threw a
13-yard scoring pass to Bob Dill-
ingham..
The Illini, dropping their seven-
th game, held the Boilermakers
scoreless in the third period. Illi-
nois quarterback Bob Naponic,
helped by a 15-yard holding pen-'
alty against Purdue, directed Illi-
nois to its second touchdown with
three minutes left. He plunged for MI
the final yard after a 21-yard pass for
to Bob Burns. Burns scored Illi- cla
nois' touchdown on a 25-yard run but
with 47 seconds left in the first the
half. _5-
MISTAKES COSTLY:

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-Associated Press
CHIGAN STATE QUARTERBACK Bill Triplett (17) struggles
ward to score a touchdown for the Spartans in yesterday's
sh with Ohio State. Buckeye defenders tried to pile up Triplett,
I he managed to sneak into the end zone. The score came in
second period but it was not enough for State to avert a
20 loss to the second-ranked Buckeyes.

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-Associate :ress
PURDUE'S PERRY WILLIAM (47) crashes over an Illinois de-
fender to reach/ the Illini two-yard line in yesterday's Big Ten
clash. The yardage that the Boilermaker fullback picked up yes-.
terday enabled him to crack the Purdue career rushing record
while aiding a 35-17 victory. Along with Williams, All-American
Leroy Keyes also smashed the school mark.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (P)- Ohio
State's alert defense pounced on
four Michigan State fumbles and
intercepted three passes Satur-
day and the Buckeyes continued
on their path to the Rose Bowl
with a 25-20 Big Ten victory over
the Spartans before a Stadium
record crowd of 84,859.
The second-ranked Bucks rang
up their sixth straight triumph
and 10th in a row over two years
while Michigan State was taking
it sthird loss in seven games. Ohio
is 4-0 in the conference and the
Spartans 1-3.
A pair of sophomore quarter-
backs, Rex Kern and Ron Macie-
jowski, led the Buckeye , attack
that produced four touchdowns in
the first three periods.
The stubborn Spartans, trailing
all the way, stayed in contention
with a slashing grgund game,
paced by tailback Tommy Love
and fullback Charles Wedemyer.
But in the end, it was the Ohio
diefense which once again rose to
the occasion by checking every
aSpartan bid in the final period.t
Kern, who suffered an injury
to his right ankle midway through1
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GRIDDE PICKINGS
1. Michigan 35, Northwestern 0
2. Ohio State 25, Michigan State 20
3. Iowa 35, Minnesota 28
4. Purdue 35, Illinois 17
5. Indiana 21, Wisconsin 20
6. Penn State 28, Army 24
7. Houston 10. Georgia 10, tie
8. Tennessee 42, UCLA 18
9. Texas 38, SMU 7
10. Arkansas 25, Texas A & M 22
11. Harvard 28, Pennsylvania 6
12. Oregon State 29, Stanford 7
13. Air Force 28, North Carolina 15
14. Memphis State 32, Tulsa 6
15. Auburn 24, Florida 13
16. Kansas 27, Colorado 14
17. Arizona 28, Washington State 14
18. Southern Cal 20, Oregon 13
19. The Citadel 28, Davidson 21
20. Emory & Henry 68, Hampton-
Sydney 14
EAST
Notre Dame 45, Navy 14
Princeton 50, Brown 7
Columbia 34, Cornell 25
Syracuse 47, Holy Cross 0
Miami 48, Pittsburgh 01
Yale 47, Dartmouth 27,
SOUTH
Wake Forest 38, Maryland 14
Kentucky 35, West Virginia 16
South Carolina 49, Virginia 28

the second quarter, -set up
two Buckeye scores.
He completed four pas
ran 18 yards on a keepe
Jim Otis bucked over fr
one-yard line for the fir
with the game less than t
utes old.
Kern then climaxed a
drive early in the second
with a 14-yard touchdo
to Bruce Jankowski. The-

Buckeyes
the first fought back, dliving 71 yards in
18 plays with quarterback Bill
sses and Triplett banging over from the
r before one. But Ohio scored again late
rom the in the first half when Otis crashed
rst score across from three yards.
wo min- Triplett's 13-yard touchdown
strike to Frank Foreman cut the
64-yard deficit to 19-14 but Maciejowski
d period circled left end from the two and
wn pass the Bucks led 25-14 midway
Spartans through the third period.

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CORES

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Clemson 24, North Carolina State 19
Vanderbilt 21, Tulane 7
Alabama 20, Mississippi State 13
Duke 46, Georgia Tech 30
MIDWEST,
Oklahoma 35, Kansas State 20
Missouri 42, Oklahoma State 7
Miami, Ohio, 21, Toledo 17
Ohio University 34 Western Michigan 27
Nebraska 24. Iowa State 13
SOUTHWEST
Texas Tech 38, Rice 14
ITexas Christian 47, Baylor 14
Texas 38, Southern Methodist 7
FAR WEST
{Wyoming 46. Colorado State U. 14
Air Force 28, North Carolina 15
Utah 30, Brigham Young 21
California 7, Washington 7
Southern California 20, Oregon 13
Oregon State 29, Stanford 7
Arizona 28, Washington State 14
NBA
Detroit 112, New York 104 ,
Cincinnati 119, Philadelphia 113
Milwaukee 102, San Francisco 101
ABA.
Houston 102, Indiana 100
Miami 92, Kentucky 85
Minnesota 130, New York 114
NHL
Montreal 2, Detroit 1
Philadelphia 3, Toronto 2

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SUBMARINE SUPPER
SUNDAY, NOV. 3
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority

S...Marvin Esch, an articulate Michigan Ph.D.... a prototype of the new young GOP breed, sensitive to the
problems of the cities and the slums..." Newsweek Magazine, 9/25/67
"We received our Social Security check August 17. We want you to know one small family in Michigan
appreciates what you have done." A family from Pinckney.
"Let me thank you once again both for your warm letter and for your support of this Department's programs
and goals." Robert C. Weaver, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Letter 7/24/68
"Rep. Esch ... has worked hard to establish himself as an effective and conscientious legislator." Wall Street
Journal, 10/4/68
a I appreciate very much the support you gave the Peace Corps in its authorization debate and vote. Your
support means a great deal to the Volunteers, to the countries they serve and to me," Jack Vaughn, Peace
Corps Director, 6/25/68 letter.
"Marvin Esch has given meaning to the phrase, a new generation of progress." Governor George Romney,
telegram 10/30/67
"I want to express to you my 'deep appreciation for the service you rendered during the long
hours in conference on the education amendments of 1967. Your contribution was most helpful
in reaching accord on the legislation; I look forward to serving with you as a conferee again." U.S.
Rep. Carl Perkins (D-Kentucky) Chairman, Education and Labor Comm. 12/19/67
"I want to thank you for taking an interest in my letter concerning our son's health. I was
pleased by the attention the Army officials gave his case." A mother from Adrian

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