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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 17, 1968

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Suda, ovmer17 16

Purdue,

osU

slip

by

in

rain

MSU falls to
Keyes andCo.
EAST LANSING, Mich. UP)-
Hard running Perry Williams, al-
ternating with Leroy Keyes most
of the day, slashed over for a five-
yard touchdown in the third per-
iod as Purdue blanked slippery
fingered Michigan State 9-0 yes-
terday in a Big Ten clash.
4 'chilled crowd of 68,362 saw
Purdue march down the field with
the opening kickoff to take a 3-0
lead as Jeff Jones booted a 32-
yard field goal.
Alert Randy Cooper, a big
stopper for theBoilermakers'.de-
fense all day, set up the lone
touchdown of the rain-plagued af-
trnoon as he pounced on a fumble
by Tommy Love of Michigan State
on the MSU 22 early in the third
period.
With Keyes carrying on four of
the six plays it took to cover the
distance, Purdue stuck to the
ground as it went for the touch-
down.
It was the third straight lose for
Michigan State, an also ran in
the Big Ten race this year Purdue
now 7-2 over-all is 4-2 in con-
ference play.
Keyes, plagued with a leg in-
jury in his last couple of start's
foun~d the soggy going of Spartan
Stadium to his liking as he bang-
ed away for consistant if not long
yardage, to help blank Michigan
State for the first time this sea-
son.
The defeat was the fifth for the
Spartans in conference play this
season and gives them an over-
all 4-5 record in what has been
a disappointing year.

I

Big

Ten Standings

-I

Big Ten

All Games

MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Indiana
Minnesota
Purdue
Iowa
Michigan State
Northwestern
Illinois
Wisconsin

W
6
6
4
4
4
3
1
1
1
0

L
0
0
2
2
2
3
5
5
5
6

Pet.
1.000
1.000
.667
.667
.667
.500
.167
.167
.167
.000

PF
193
190
139
126
144
219
108
74
79
46

PA
65
100
137
110
77
177
100
215
147
191

W
8
9
6
5
7
4
4
1
'1
0

L
1
0
3
4
2
5
8
8
9

Pet.
.889
1.000
.667
.556
.778
.445
.445,
.111
.111
.000

PF
263
246
215
184
253
,285
171
95
94
70

PA
105
120
224
175
129
276
137
294
296
287

Buckeyes withstand late
Hawkeye aerial comeback
IOWA CITY, Iowa UP)-Rex touchdown and scored again in the
Kern and Jim Otis .scored two third quarter on a one-yard run
touchdowns each as second-rank- to help Ohio State build a whop-
ed Ohio State rocked Iowa early ping 33-13 lead in the fourth quar-
and held on for a 33-27 football ter.
victory yesterday. The Buckeyes retained their mas-

0

The Buckeyes scored their eighth
win in as many starts to advance
to the Big Ten Conference title
game against Michigan at Colum-
bus, Ohio next Saturday.
Kern slipped three yards over
soggy turf to a second quarter

Saturday's Games
MICHIGAN at Ohio State
Michigan State at Northwestern

Indiana at Purdue
Minnesota at Wisconsin
Iowa at Illinois

CARTER SCORES THREE:
Gophers overthrow Hoosiers

tery over Iowa with the help of
rain that fell through the first
half and inundated the explosive
Iowa offense. Only after the rain
subsided did Iowa's aerial attack
return to form.
Haw eye quarterback Mike Ci-
lek, who stepped in for starter
Larry Lawrence, triggered an Iowa
comeback started by Ed Podolak's
four yard touchdown smash in the
third quarter.
Lawrence returned to "pass 12
yards to Ray Manning for a
touchdown in the late minutes
and then hit sophomore Terry
Readron for nine yards and the-
final score with nine seconds left.
A crowd of 44,131 sat in silence
for 50 minutes before watching
Iowa come alive and fall just
short of a fifth victory in nine
games.

BLOOMINGTIN,

Ind. (P)

Indiana got its one touchdown was ineffective.

Jim Carter of Minnesota blasted
three times across a muddy In-
diana goal line yesterday in the
third quarter for a 20-6 victory
that spoiled Big Ten co-champion-
ship hopes for the Hoosiers.
Carter and sophomore Barry
Mayer took turns cutting up the
Indiana line.,
Mayer's 1 77yards in 36 carries
broke the Indiana Stadium rush-
ing record of 174 by Ron Johnson
of Michigan earlier this year.
Carter also scored three touch-
downs a week ago against Purdue.
Carter got his touchdowns on
runs of nine, five, and three yards.
Two of the drives started with
punts but Dennis Hal set up one
Gopher touchdown by grabbing
an Indiana fumble on the Hoos-
ier 19.

in the first quarter on a 44-yard
pass from substitute quarterback
Greg Brown to Al Gage. Injured
regular quarterback Harry Gonso
played only in the last quarter and

The rough game threatened ,to
end in a free-for-all fight in the
last few seconds. Both squdds
poured onto the field and battled
for several minutes but order was
restored for the last two plays.

-Associated Press
DON HIGHSMITH, MSU BACK is stopped by Purdue's Alex Davis (95), Bill Yanchar (72) and
Chuck Kyle after a three yard gain. The effort, though, was a vain one as the Boilermakers went on
to defeat the Spartans in a hard fought clash in East Lansing yesterday by a 9-0 count.

Basketball ticket information
Season Basketball tickets for Michigan Students will go
on sale Tuesday, November 19 at 8:30 A.M. These are priced at
six dollars for a Season Reserved Seat. There are twelve home
games.
The Student tickets will be distributed on the same Priority
basis as in Football as follows:
Priority No. 4 - Tuesday 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
Priority No. 3 - Tuesday 12:30 P.M. to 5 P.M.
Priority No. 2 - Wednesday 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
Priority No. 1 - Wednesday 12:30 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Your I.D. Card indicates the first year of registration and
the Priority is as follows:
Priority No. 4 will have a 5 or less
Priority No. 3 will have a 6
Priority No. 2 will have three registration letters imprinted.
Priority No. 1 will have one registration letter imprinted.
A Student may pick up four tickets with four I.D.'s with
the proper Priority number.
Students with various priorities, who wish to sit together,
should pick up tickets at time shown for lowest priority of group.
Please have your check made out to the Michigan Ticket
Department for the proper amount and your address thereon.
Student Distribution will be at the main entrance Ao the
Athletic Administration Building. The front doors will be marked
to indicate the proper group.

The pile-driving Otis struck for
seven yards in the first quarter;
to provide Ohio State as6-0 lead
and boosted the Buckeye advan-
tage to 19-0 in the third quarter fl
with a one yard plunge.
Ohio State advanced to a 6-0
Big Ten mark, while Iowa dropped NEW YORK {P) - Mickey
to 2-3 in the conference and 4-5 Mantle, slugging star of the New
overall. M ane s str of se New
The Buckeyes have now won York Yankees for 18 seasons, is
eight straight games this season, retiring from baseball the New
bearing out the high hopes t h a t York Daily News said in a copy-
Woody Hayes had for his sopho- righted story in its Sunday edi-
mores. Now only Michigan stands
between them and a berth in the tions.
Rose Bowl. Bob Fischel, the Yankees vice
Ilmini blank Wildcats. 14-0:

NO MORE MICK?

may be retiring

president for public relations de-
nied the news story.
"As far as we know," Fischel
said, "Mickey is coming back.
He'll be at Fort Lauderdale in
spring training and we firmly ex-
pect him to play."
Fischel said he had called
Mantle after seeing the News
story and that Mickey told hin, he
was looking forward to training
camp.
"Who knows how I'm going to:

Official announcment of Man-
tle retirement, Young said, will be
withheld until spring training
when Mickey plans to join the
team at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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ROSE BOWL ?

end season losing streak
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (R) - A 28- Early in the fourth perk
yard runback of an intercepted nois drove 80 yards in 1
pass by Chuck Bareither set up with Johnson carrying 9 tin
one touchdown a n d work-horse finally blasted the final
Rich Johnson ground out another The thrust featured a 34-ya
as Illinois broke an eight-game with a pitchout by Russ R
losing streak by downing .North- longest running gain from
western 14-0 in intermittent rain mage of the game.
yesterday. Shelbourne's 20-yard ae
Northwestern, now matched at Ken Luxton sent Northwest
1-8 for the season with the Illini, a 51-yard foray which en
never came closer than 10 yards Illinois' 27 in the opening
of the goal. That was in the finalIsinofsthenseo nin
two minutes of the game, when utes of the second quarti
Dave Shelbourne passed 20 yards aShelos was the eildcats
to Bruce Hubbard, 10 to Jon Ritt- anthisiwa tildat'si
man, and then went hitless aimingthe game.
for the end zone.
The ancient Big Ten football 11 In the third period, Nort
rivalry now favors Illinois 30-2 ern moved to the Illini on
with four games tied. bourne's 39-yard aerial to
Midway in the second quarter man. Dick Emmerich eve
Bareither picked off a Shelbourne tried a 47-yard field goal th
pass and returned it to the Wild- way off.-
cat 12. Then Bob Naponic swept Illinois' attack w a s key
across from the 4 and Dan McKis- I Naponic's keep-it plays and
sic booted the first of his extra son's pile-driving. Johnsonc
points. 35 times for 119 yards.

feel in March." Fischel quoted
Mantle as saying. "I don't know
yet what I'm going to do."
In a bylined story by Dick
Young, Mantle, who celebrated his
od Illi- 37th birthday last month, is
2 plays quoted as saying. "I just can't hit
mes. He any more."
inches. Bothered throughout his career
ard run by leg injuries, Mantle's average
addatz, slipped to .231, last season - a
scrim- career low. He did hit 21 home
runs and passed both Ted Wil-
rial to liams and Jimmy Fox in the all-
tern on time list of homer hitters.
ded on ,Mickey has 536-third behind
g min- Babe Ruth's 714 and Willie Mays'
er, but 587.

MICKEY MANTLE

UNIVERSITY CHARTER

deepest
end of
thwest-
Shel-
Hitt-
ntuallyI
hat was
yed by
John-
carried

STILL -UNDEFEA TED:
Ruggers tie Badgers in mud

11

The Michigan ruggers maintain-
ed their undefeated season in the
Big Ten yesterday, but in a very
precarious fashion. They played
Wisconsin to a 0-0 tie on muddy,
and continually-getting muddier,
Wines Field following the foot-

--ball game.
4'" 0' ~ Wo~ 4 ~Because of the poor field co
FROM DETROIT - STARTING MONDAY ditions, the debacle turned into
SONNY HOLIDAY and the MASTERS kicking contest with very f
runs. Though both teams ha
Exciting music to suit all tastes! several chances to score, Michig
At the.. . especially in the late minutes
the game, neither could cash i
Qe The ruggers round out their f
season next week against Oh
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dining daily South Fourth Ave. 'SC
from.3 P.M.-1 A.M.
761-3548 GRIDDE PICKINGS
1. MICHIGAN 34, Wisconsin 9
2. Inlinois14, Northwestern 0
3. Minnesota 20, Indiana 6
4. Ohio State 33, Iowa 27
5. Purdue 9, Michigan State 0
6. Syracuse 44, Navy 6
R ~ S 7. Yale 42, Princeton 17
---- - - - 8. Georgia 17, Auburn 3
9. Tennessee 31, Mississippi 0
10. Oklahoma 28, Missouri 14
11. Arkansas 45, SMU 29
12. Baylor 42, Texas Tech 28
13. California 36, Oregon 8
14. Southern Cal 17, Oregon State 13
I15. Washington 6, UCLA 0
16. Dartmouth 27, Cornell 6
17. Ohio U. 60, Cincinnati 48
18. Florida 16, Kentucky 14
19. Nebraska 22, Colorado 6
20. Southwest La..14, Northwest La. 7

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Da
ew
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of
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all
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State. The only Big Ten team left
to face them is Iowa (Purdue,
[Northwestern and iMnnesota don't
have rugby teams), and that will
happen next April in the Big Ten
Tournament.
In a second game the ruggers
defeated a team of combined
Badgers and Borderers (from
Windsor), 8-3.
Mike Johnson scored Michi-
gan's first three points 'on a
penalty kick, and then converted
Craig Johnson's try (neither re- )
lated to football's Ron) in the se-
pond half.

*1

]ORES

Oklahoma State 26, Iowa State 7
Kansas 38, Kansas State 29
Northern Illinois 7, Bowling Green 6
Eastern Michigan 14, Wittenberg 7
SOUTH
Virginia, 63, Tulane 47
Duke 18, Wake Forest 3
The Citadel 24, William & Mary 21
Florida State 48, NC State 7
Clemson .24, North Carolina 14
East Carolina 49, Marshall 20
VPI 17, South Carolina 6
SOUTHWEST
Texas A & M 24, Rice 14
Texas 47, Texas Christian, 21
North Texas State 36, Louisville 14
FAR WEST t
Air Force 28, Tulsa 8
West Texas State 22, Colorado State 7
New Mexico State 33, New Mexico 6
Arizona 16, Utah 15
Arizona State 47, Brigham Young 12
N H L
New York 2, Pittsburgh 1
Toronto 3, Chicago 1 -
Montreal 3, Oakland 3, tie
N B A
New York 119, Chicago 97
Cincinnati 130, Atlanta 125
Philadelphia 136, Milwaukee 92
ABA
Minneapolis 123, Kentucky 113

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CONTEMPORARY BRITISH
GRAPHICS EXHIBITION

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EAST
New Hampshire 16, Massachusetts 0
Rutgers 41, Holy Cross 14
Boston College 45, VMI 13
Lafayette 14, Colgate 10
Bucknell 31, Lehigh 27
West Virginia 30, Villanova 20
Delaware 41, Boston U. 13
Connecticut 35, Rhode Island 6'
MIDWEST
Notre Dame 34, Georgia Tech 6

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