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Sunday, November 24, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Sunday, N'~vember 24, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Buckeyes

turn

olverine
(Continued from page 14 f Having taken care of the Wol-
ketball player and a fine short- verine offense, Ohio State spentj
stop. He's one hell of an athlete" the last quarter grinding Michi-
The Wolverines came back to tie gan's defense into the dust. In
the score after a Bill Harris f u- the fatal fourth period the Buck-
ble recovery on the OSU 28, with eyes scored three touchdowns and
Johnson going over again. But is a field goal to turn a respectable
was Michigan's last hurrah. 27-14 win into a 50-14 rout.
Ohio came right back on an ex- Two first down interceptions ofj
crutiatingly long 17 play drive t Brown's passes deep in Wolver-}
take a 21-14 lead with 36 seconds ne territory gave the Buckeyes
left in the first half. It was the a couple of easy scores on a silver
first time the Buckeyes proved platter. But even on long drives,
they could move the ball on a con- Ohisand Kern were too much for
tinuous drive from their own ter-
ritory. According to Elliott, it was Overall, the game was rough,
the turning point of the game, hard hitting, and definitely not
In the second half, Ohio State's an ideal example of good sports-
domination became much more manship. There were several mini-

roses

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score 30-14, and might be con- handshake between the coaches. not as good as it was against Pur-
sidered the clincher since it put after the game, Elliott said, "I was due."
the Wolverines more than two not ready to fight that crowd to The game ended with many of
touchdowns behind for the f i r s t get to Woody." the record crowd of 85,371 pulling
time in the game. Concerning the season, Elliott down the permanent steel g o a1-
OSU's coach Hayes, always an was pleased with his squad's ef- posts in the same methodical
angel if he's asked about it, says, fort and said, "they gave 100% fashion as their team had taken
"we're the cleanest team in foot- all the time. I couldn't ask for apart Michigan in the worst beat-
ball. I once talked to the commis- more. They had a great season." ing an OSU team had ever dished
sioner of the Big Ten and asked But Hayes, with a January 1 out to the Wolverines.
him if anyone had ever lodged a date left on his schedule could And if anyone has the desire
formal complaint against us for still be critical of Ohio State. He to wish Ohio State good luck in
dirty play, and no one ever did."' said, "fumbles were killing us" the Rose Bowl, he is advised not
When asked why there was no and "our defense was definitely to bother. They won't need it.

Deathly silence pervades

evident. Kern led the Buckeyes to brawls and a fight next to the
a touchdown right from the kick- Michigan bench in the fourth
off. This time fullback Jim Otis quarter. Michigan linebacker Tom
did most of the carrying although Stincic was saddled with a per-
Zelina did the scoring. On the sonal foul peralty in OSU's key
day, Otis picked up 145 yards as fourth quarter drive for a field icontinued from page 1) It's1
compared to 91 for Michigan's goal. This three pointer made the of enthusiasm as each Ohio State who
Johnson. player made his departure. While seea
The Wolverines came back down inside, Buckeye Coach Woody I did
the field on a flurry of passes by Hayes waxed expansively on "his him
Brown. But a key fourth and 14 a * boys": "B
pass to Johnson in the end zone "We may not have put out quite too
was caught out of bounds and the - as much defensively as against Ron)
drive fizzled. Purdue, but we always rose to the read
Elliott said, "we came out I occasion, as we have all year. Let's Ha
throwing in the second half be- jface it, my boys are a quality a ter
cause the wind was at our backs. team." terdE
Actually during the whole game NIGHT EDITOR: His game plan was simple: run as m
we were unable to both run and BILL CUSUMANO the ball. "I was hoping (Jim) Otis rema
pass successfully in the same could run thirty times. (He ran 3:18
drive." 34). We're a better football team At

dressing- room

-Daily-Andy Sacks

"You'll be back next year, Jim"

kind of like being a general,
doesn't want the enemy to
any weaknesses in his troops.
dn't want you to write about
being out.
ut," he continued, "I wasn't
worried, with (quarterback
Maciejowski sitting there
y to go."
ayes has often been accused of
!dency to pile it on, and yes-
ay gave a good indication why,
nost of the Buckeye first unit
ained in the game till only
was left.
t that point--with the score
4- Hayes finally sent in
or Bill Long to take over the
rterbacking slot. Yet, when
scored again, Hayes called
a two-point conversion (which
cifully, failed).
fter the game, Elliott defended
es, saying that "in a game like
he's playing to win."
ohnson's reaction was a little

different. When asked how he felt
about the situation, he merely
said, "I just wish I had another
year at them."
What about next year?
Says Elliott, "Quite a few from
this year's team will be back, and
there are some awfully good ones
coming up. They won't be a super
team, but neither was this year's."
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WIN 31.14:
Spartans sprint past Wildeats

Events Building spectacle:
SA udio-visual grid ismatch

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EVANSTON, Ill. RP) -- Soph-
omore quarterback Bill Triplett
although used sparingly, scored
three touchdowns and passed for
a fourth yesterday to guide Mich-
igan State to'a 31-,.4 victory over
Northwestern in a Big Ten foot-
ball finale.
The triumph was the second in
seven conference games for the
Spartans who ended the season

with a 5-5 mark compared to
Northwestern's lowly 1-9.
On an apparently sentimental
gesture, MSU Coach Duffy Daugh-
terty started senior Bill Feraco at
quarterback. Twice under Feraco,
the Spartan failed to make a first
down. In came Triplett to lead a
76-yard drive capped a 13-yard
touchdown pass to Charlie Wede-
meyer to give MSU a 7-0 lead.

Bowl bid blown

MI
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
TOTAL NO. OF RUSHES
NET YARDS-Rushing
Passing
FORWARD PASSES
q. ATTEMPTED
Completed
Intercepted by
Yds. interceptions
returned
TOTAL PLAYS
(Rushes and Passes)
PUNTS-Number
Average distance 3
KICKOFFS, returned by
YARDS KICKS
RETURNED
Punts
FUMBLES-Number
Lost by
PENALTIES-Number
Yds. penalized_
MICHIGAN 7
OSU 7

CH.
17
8
8
1
41
140
171
24
14
1
0
65
'5
39.6
9
160
15t
15
1
4
43
7
14

OSU
28
24
3
79
421
46
9
6
3
45
88
2
30.5
3
117
17
4
2
4
37
0 0-14
6 23-50,

Pass Receiving
No.

Early in the second quarter,'
Michigan's State's Mike Hogan
recovered Dave Shelbourne's fum-
ble on the Wildcat 20 and fivej
plays later Triplett bulled across
the goal for a 14-0 lead.
The Spartans then -surprised
Northwestern by recovering an
onside kick on the Wildcat 46.
A Triplett to Al Brenner pass for
35 yards helped set up another
touchdown plunge by Triplett.
Gordon Longmire, a n o t h e r
sophomore quarterback, finished
the half and under his command
MSU drove deep into Northwest-
ern territory but had to settle for
a 28-yard field goal by Gary Boyce
and a 24-0 halftime bulge.
Triplett came back along
enough in the second half to en-
gineer a 63-yard touchdown drive
again capped with his plunge. He
then left the game for good.
Early in the fourth quarter,
Northwestern put on a 80-yard
thrust with Dick Emmerich sneak-
ing over from the one. In the last
29 seconds of the game, Shel-
bourne hit Ken Luxton with a 29-
yard touchdown toss.

Yards Ave.

when he runs."
But in fact, the key player in
the game was OSU's quarterback
Rex Kern.
After lavishing praise on the
shifty sophomore Hayes leaned
forward confidentially and draw-
led, "You know, we had a lot of
doubts whether he would even
play. From Monday on, he had a
sore back, and hardly practiced at
all.
"That's why we didn't let writ-
ers in to practice on Thursday.

Mandich
Iinsland
Harris
Johnson
Staroba

7 78
1 13
2 34
3 18
1 28
Total 14 171

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By ARNOLD MUSTANG
Over 11,500 Michigan partisans
without either the bread or the
inclination to journey to Colum-
bus flocked to the All-Events
Building yesterday afternoon to
watch the epic disaster on closed-
circuit television.
The reception on both of the
large screens set at opposite cor-
ners of the basketball court was
certainly adequate, but what they
recepted certainly wasn't.
In fact, the camera work dis-
played by the closed-circuit crew
in Ohio Stadium was compared
by one disgruntled Wolverine fan
to "Spiro Agnew's speech-writers
playing the accordion with their
toes while watching the Lawrence
Welk Show through a fishbowl."
It was that confusing.
Perhaps the high point of the
cameramen's afternoon was not
the 192nd time they couldn't fig-
ure out where the ball was, but
rather when the announcer intro-
duced the field judge. and the

camera played carefully over a!
guy dressed up like a chestnut. x
Some of the problem apparent-'
ly arose from the- fact that the vis-E
ual broadcast was not synced
with the audio, so nobody knew
what the other was doing. Still,
it was fun to look at Jim Otis
running like hell for a touchdown
when he didn't have the ball.
The crowd was very enthusiastic
from the beginning until the mid-
dle of the fourth quarter or so.
They cheered heartily, sang "The'
Victors" to a hundred different
drummers, and groused about
their team's poor showing.
But by the time Ohio S t a t e
piled up its 30-point lead, t h e
people sank into a sort of rest-
less sleep. At 50-14 they started
leaving in droves.

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Otis
Kern
Brockington
Zelina
Gillian
Long
Hayden
Huff

Rushing
No. Yards
34 143
19 96
10 20
8S 92
5 66
1 1
1 4
1 -1
Total 79 421

Ave.
4.2
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13.2
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MICHIGAN

Johnson
Brown
Craw
Werner
Moorhead
Brown

Rushing
No,. 3
21
10
1
1
Total 41 1
Passing
Att. Comp.
24 14

Kern
Yards Ave. Long
91 4.3i
-6 -.6
19 19 Jankowski
11 11 Brockingto
140 Smith
Yds. Ave.s
171 5.83 Sensibajigh

Passing
Att. Comp.
8 5
1 71
Pass Receiving
No.3
3
2
1
Punting

Yds. Ave.
41 8.2
5 5

11

Yards
22
19
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Ave.
7.3
9.5
5.0

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MICHIGAN
Minnesota
Purdue
Indiana
Iowa
Michigan State
Northwestern
IllinoisL
Wisconsin

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Pet. PF
1.000 240
.857 207
.714 149
.714 182
.571 174
.571 256
.286 139
.142 88
.142 92
.000 61

PA
114
115
125
112
175
190
114
246
184
214

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5 .5003
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