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Sunday, November 16, 1969

SHE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Ohio State . . .. 42 Minnesota . .. . 14 Northwestern . 30 Wisconsin .. . .. 55 Mississippi . . .. 38~ 1ICL . ..... 13 Ark~nsis .... ,. 2
Purdue...... .14 Mchigan State 10 Indiana ....27 Illinois ....0.0.14 Tennessee ..... 0 Oregoi ........ 1) Su1,11 ...0009...0.L

I~ciso .. .. 27

Rose-eyed

Wolveuri e

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By BILL CUSUMANO
A);sociate Sports Editor
Special To The Daily
IOWA CITY - Conditions
weren't right for it, but iBo
Schembechier's group of master
gardeners still managed to culti-
vate a crop of roses yesterday by
obliterating Iowa, 51-6. Despite a
35 degree temperature, winds over
10 nijles per hour and a field
that had snow-covered sidelines,
Michigan set Big Ten records for
total offense 673, rushing yard-
age 524, and first downs 34 and
virtually clinched a bid to the
Rose Bowl. The victory, com-
bined with Purdue's 42-14 loss to
Ohio State left the Wolverines in
sole possession of second place in
the conference and only the form-
ality of the athletic director's vote
lies between them and Pasadena.
Conference rules state that the
athletic directors should vote for
the most representative team if
the champion is ineligible under
the no repeat rule and Michigan
proved to the world that it can
be more than an honorable repr-
sentative. The Wolverines we-(re
totally dominant and Coach Bo
Schembechler summed it up best
when he said, "We came to play
and took it right away from them.

NI IIf DIIII: ORI'NaVI(',pXIyLE K+

At r that the attack
tii r ~t.

took care of

Torn Curtis (25) runs back his interception

IHIPPS STOPPED COLD:

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By The Associated Press

frustrates
Most of the excitement and ac- A few n1

Pu rdu e

minutes later. Daiguau !r an upi thteir biggest point total

COLUMBUS -- A devastating tion camne in a frenzied two min-
Ohio State defense pressured Mike utes.
Phipps into five interceptions yes- Minnesota scored its first TD in :
terday and the top-ranked Buck-' the first minute of the final qunar-
eyes clinched a Big Ten title share ter'.
with a 42-14 pounding of Purdue. Michigan State scored in the{
Rex Kern scored twice and pass- ls iueo h hr e o
ed for a third touchdown in direct- when a punt try by Walt Bowser
ing the versatile Ohio State at-I was blocked by Bill Dawson arid
tac tht irtaly klle Prdu'sde fensive end Rich Saul carried
Rose Bowl hopes in snowy, 23-teblin1yadfoaou-
degree weather before a national down and later on a 20-yard field
television audience and 85,027 fans, goal by Gary Boyce.
OhioStat eqalle itsown The Spartans were dowen to the
OhioStae eualed ts x~nMinnesota 4 and threatening in
Big Ten winning streak record tels intlfte ae u
of 17 and prolonged its overalltelsmiueothga ,bt
victry trig t 22gams, ix'a Minnesota pass interception in
victry sringto 2gams, I the end zone ended the last MhSU
straight for the Buckeyes in thei
conference this season going into' chance for victory.
thei shwdon a Miciga net IEarlier, it looked as though
thei shodow at ichgan extthe defensive struggle would end
HafbceLoHadnwo'a up as an oddity in presentday,
pledcinteosHadwo ernho asihigh-scoring collegiate football -
playd inthe hadw ofKernanda scoreless tie.
fullback Jim Otis in eight Buck- Th deatrid Sptn
eye victories this fall, led the chances of duplicating their 5-5
crunching Ohio ground game with
130 yards in 14 carries and scored ,record of last year. MSU nowv
one touchdown, has only three victories against
six losses. The Spartans close out
Ted Provost and Mike Sensi- the season next week against
baught both picked off two Northwestern. Minnesota, 3-5-1,
Phipps passes and Tim Anderson takes on iWsconsin at home next
snatched one as the Heisman week.
Trophy candidate could complete;x
only 19 of 45 passes for 203 yards'H oir une
and one score.Hosesh m d
Purdue's only touchdown until EVANSTON-Sophomore quar-
Phipps' two-yard scoring pitch toI terback Maurie Daigneau hurled
Ashley Bell in the closing minutes three touchdown passes as under-
was an electrifying 96-yard kick- dog Northwestern rallied for a 30-
offI return in the second quarter 27 victory over error-plagued In-
by Stan Brown, the Big Ten leader, diana in a seesaw Big Ten foot-
in that department this season.! ball game yesterday.
After Indiana, a six-point fTa-
Spartans stopped vorite, erased a 14-0 deficit with
EASTLANING ---Two in-a 21-point second quarter launcheid
EASnttouLAonNG ses Twotheby Jamie O'Hara's 88-yard kick-
pintlutuchdownnsestinqthe-off return, Daigneau led the Wild-
fnlqaterbabyPil Mignngesothue cats to a 16-point comeback in the
Gophers a 14-10 victory over tidqatr
Michigan State in a batttle of Big With 54 seconds to play, In-
Ten also-rans. diana's John Isenbarger who scor-
Hagen flipped one p~ass on a ed on a 55-yard run to put the
16-yard play to Terry AddisonI Hoosiers ahead 21-14 in the second
early in the final quarter and hit quarter, threw his second touch-
Ray Parson for the second TDj down pass to Jade Butcher wvhich
on a 31-yard play in the last five, produced the final score.
minutes of the game. The game-turning break name
The victory continued what is midway in the third period w.hen

It wvas our gatne from the 1ei) i
ninlg''
Miig 1an asserted i t Self r o
the start iby IT1med'~litely toingll'
the Hw e alter theOpenin
kick-off!' and then s~llamm'ing 77
to prove that.._l.the(,kicking game can
get on th1bar, oo. To top mai
been x reecptpnlisde-
prived Michig''.anI .of two tanure
FScor, ,
1Fifty-onie points imply that
there w,.ere heroes all ove cr theI
field andi thie inferencexxsci
rect. Tom Curtis, Don M1oorhead i,
Glenn Doughty and Jim BeWttsxr
all in one, the record smashing,_;
assault, but, the leader_, iforte
fourth Conl-ecutive xx'e:;i. .was
sophomore t ailback Bill Taylor.
Taylor ran over, under, aroun~d
and through thes 11.1Austat~ Hawk
eye tacklersxhleplngu 2
yards in ju 2 arie ndled
ing the Wolverines to the astoundt~-
ing total of 524 yards rushing.
Taylor exploded in the seond;
Ilquar'ter, first roaring 33 yars o
a fourth do%,vn Idraxv play forjne,
score and theni breaking t h r'te t
tackles on the- xvay to a 71I-yard
score jstfurmiueslae Tm
twxo six pitrsgv icia
21-0 lead and Iw a ed
Taylor didn't restL on hits laurels,
though, and his running wvas a
big; part in'Miehigan's o t I, c r
drives. ,.-e alO Iproved his *Ver-.
stility in the s con halfwhne
moved to fullback :when11 he
and Doghty ppeare to ;t herin
the sante akil ortefxs
time this year, Do ughlty gailned
100 yrd imsel; f, mo(st ofthe
corning in the scecond j, ti.
Schenibechler xvas dquite p s
ed wxith the rslsof fthe cx -
wariment. "We xvere jus~rtfoln
aroumid, that's all,'' he sa idlauh
ingly after the "m,'Btw
gained some Nyarda,1 idn't x; e
fhe add drr.
ITayl'or and Doutyranbehin
Jlim BeIswlio centerd Ite cont-
test ir ..y in thentir qa tet f-
did agist Illioi, Bt sprv
ed tVa1 al lI;-oplioEnt gets.ito b,,'-
gain :. ,hi iihe darrives on th",

set 112. 'J'lw (3-4 untor directed l hi
Wolverines into time end i o n
I tur t!mes I We of them being the
scorrs xvhicli xx a a' called back. The
ethel' two tint' s Betts rolled to
t)avdirl himsl 11 ic brimig Michigan
to it al poitit total,
'The only xmiistak that Miehi-
gan really made all day offi~ nstx'e-
lv xxas Fiank 'I'i as's miss 01 liii'
last Xl ia ])oJtt lIe could i>~ ex-
etis 'd bet'aust I Is leg mnu'n hax'e
I) en prt ty 'red by that time. lie
a iso mmghi have been in shock
slOt' ' no one, t0t even Sehem-
Ut rUler, had xpected such a
houmbin". ''T didn't think it xx'oulcl
U" that eas~x '' he admuint cI. ''1 hcd
':I'i. Ct t'cSpt et 101' Iaxx'a, 1)1' r 1(01-
't'h~ 1Iaxvi~< x~ttttted air a' tack
('ottldii't cola' xvhit time t c) u g h
Michttoati di fens '. thouch. 'I' it e
Wolverines alloxx ad the only Iowa
~'eort , a pass from Larry I ~axx -
rence tc) Dem~i.; Green, xx ith just
27 seconds left in the contest. Be-
lore that tin' U t('kS had shut off
the receivem's 'x'Pdl~ Cecil Pryor
a' id Pct~ Nexx all led a rush that
c'oittiiittally harried the 1taxx'keve
piliast ~' . Laxx'i'cttee amid Mike Click.
By game's end the Haxx'ks had
completed but 14 out of 33 and
had two Ilieketl oft' by 13'u"ry I~h'r-
>on and Ctn'tis. Curtis' intel c ~p-
I it)n xx'as not exx'ol'm hmy becatise he
re tinted it, 23 yards anti is tiow
only six yards axx'ay from break-
xitg Lyl in C. handnois' career re-
turn yardane recorti of 410 yards.
'1 he tletellsit'(' work immade mat -
tel's that nitich easier for the of-
fense as the hawks '~vare fot'c0d to
turn over the ball t Ph, times on
ptints, had the lxx ~ itlt~ t'('epttOtts
and also lost cent rol OUtS xx'ltelt
New 11 bashed I a xx' r~~ Ca, fei'ci'e'
a fumble which PlO 01' fell on,
S '~:'

lii U htadc dthe)all 11 times
cut t sy f te dfenethe of-
6e .coivrtd ~ivnof the oup-
IIe(mj 5it so'5 The at-
u e wa pat itllrlybrilliant in
the h hal asit converted five
ci tle 1 chacesit was g'iven,
The cruhing doinance of theo
runnng x'assoxvn immediiately
Onth irtdrive whichiate up
Meol'h~ad rllinginto he en
wereIohlxvedby<a2i7-yard Tim
Up t) tht pont, oorhe :ad had
be, eon'xmtto se hs baks nd
dO//hethe 1 moxpl ihisb al11-
1'anli , B~ stitn-lan out in
t~~~~~me ~~, 'fhexasfretosethe
mmiiti illyHaris n a 43-yard
M;ichiganu's freshmr1an football
tem owdto Notre Da"me
abbtcviafd seaon wth an 0-2
rrd, T1? !ime -Miehlig:an offense
washeldin checka ;ll clay by
blo:,!cd. punat recoveredinillthe
endalonehbpic'hi-anl's Clint
Sicarma 1.,Te fres -hmen drop -
ga ta!te i tee weeks ago by
bomb an then followet, I it with
a 2-ytd ouhdoxx'n :tmike to(if)Jim
Mandich, r'i~e .All-Amerwiican end
boA edemet htnsLl onlthat
Altr 't 1 in, ieball Mandich
,a. 5 il rta ront the end
'ot' a l ~~t111CCmen inL.ils
xx '.'Th 1ir ' ack't xxlthcn
ct cl it tn idznt'he

s cotnd1hat'f xwhen he was e~jectecd
fo r fighig, r The incident came
afterthe'etm'a ?point kick follow-
ing 1.,GC;vi, C.axv's one yard touch-
doxxmm un. It alanimmature
move" headmitedlater'.
Iii. lossdidnt humt, though, as
Bets cmneinlto cdireCLtihe run'-
nimig thi kept the('scom'e rolling,
Tit('only thing .that avas ever in
doubt, x 'as tefinal score. "Mich-
igan i a suipet'ior team," I o w 'a
Coa1 tch1 I<ay( ,Nal said after t ih e
contt. -_"Tely just knocked the
tat'r out of us.. They really hit."
Noxv- all that lies ahead for the
WVe;.,rnes is undefeated 0 hi o
StaeWehave to p~lay e veni
b 'lt tr nextweek,"said Schem-
S;b( chet'rin reerec1e to the con-
test %. ith the nltunlber one ranked
Bultcks-. His players don't have any
doutxs about being ready, though,
"Damltn rig~ht sx'ell be r e a d y,"
saidi Henry Hllsstatement and
thi-s teammrates haid similar senti-
mei),it's,"Youti'n to wvin y o u r
confer...nce chamlpionship,"xv a s
Captin andih's comment,
xhieotrs, su; cht as Betts men-
tionedi the ignominy of1 last
Season's -loss to the Buicks and
the d i m'e to retaliate aglainist
Mostlpeple ask ii Michigan
has a chasnce , Michligan people of
course say ye, But 13 the opinion of
Nage mayevenbe more siignifi-
cant. Said Nagel.t about -Michigan,
"Th ey caitet anybody in the
Wt ttatkind -of t'ecomtmenda-
tiont it is poib-le thiat thera won't
' 'ctlbe. the nxx'scemingly aca-
dllie quetion %flxvether to vote
lfor P'ue om w' Mchigan, Th e
Wox lit aset (d themselves
('Iltt'11 c.Arda toi~xove t h a t
theyateoneof the txx'.o best teams
Nex xv ekxx'lItell if they can
(Ict' i,'kings
M i ista , M1.1icigan Stiate I10
NIt ,..: ; t'; n 3D, Imitdita a27
W ~ u n ~ 5 5 il io s tat1
i'itt'c :.1 .Ar .yG
1 ,c IPc! toni re:I
8 ~ii at ot i,Cu t Guard 6n 1

wrapped tip the Cats' decision by
flipping to Al Robinson a 51-yard
touchdown pass play that putt In-
diana behind 30-2 1.
Northwestem'n scored tihe first
time it had the ball, marching 45
yards in six p~lays wi'th Daigneau's
26-yard pass to Bruce Hubbard
setting up a 16-yard touchdown
run by Mike Hudson on the next!
Iplay.
An intarception of a H a r' m'y
Gonzo pass on Northwestern's 31
led to the second Wildcat touch-
dowvn at the outset of the second
qtuarter. It was a 31-yard scoring
pass from Daigneau to Jert'y
Brown,
IBadgers smear Mlint
MADISON- Quarterback Gamy
Losse came off the bentch yester-j

since 1962, xvhen they crushed
Newv Mexico State 69-0.
Losse was schedutled to 'ea
starter' last s~'asoml, but min.ssci time'
entire year' when ite unde?,r'x nt
surger'yotn both knees, Thais ea'
IGraff beat him out for the Mart-
ing spot.
jThe sophmomom'e ft'omn Neeziah,
W tis., got his chance wvhen GraffI,
also a sophomore, was shakemn up.
Losse immediately mnovedl the Fad-
get's to their second scot'e of the
game, hittmng Voigt in the enmdI
zone with a 15-yard pass. Wisco'n-j
siln's fir'st TD caine o?, Alan!
Thlomnpson's two-yard pl~imtge
Aftem' Illitnois scored, TLoss!4e
mnamched the Badger's 72 yrs
thr'oxwing tihe filnal sex'enm to t" igt
wxith 39 secoids left immtime first!
i aalf.
Thie Badgers'" attack wxas stalled
in tile timd period until S t e v el

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aay tolU ±CL Wiscontsinu to a 5b-14 Lives threwv a 16-yatrd scoming pass
Big Ten football victory over II- oDu iknfrIlni.Ws
1111015. consin inmediately struck b a c k
Losse, the No, 2 signlal-ca l m' whenm Dainny Crooks took the en-
behind Neil Graff, threxw t%,xo suin~g kickoff and raced' 87 yards
toucihdown passes to Stu Voigt1 for six points. It wxas the fiIr st
and sneaked ovet' from time one l kickoff metun for a touchdown
'for another TD, as the Badget'st at Camp Randall sinuce 1932,

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By ANDY BARBAS
Executive Sports Editor
special To Tile Daily
At Iowva City yester'day, tile
Michigan football team smashed
the upset hopes of the Iowva Hawk-
eyes, ran up more than 50 points,
broke three Big Tent recom'ds, and
nearly climched a berth in tile
Rose Bowxl. Unbelieveably, the
mood in the Wolverine lockerroom
aftert'hie game avas not exhuber'-
ence, but rathem' determination,
Michigan is not lobking for just
a trip to Pasadena, thley wamnt to
go as Big Tern chanmpionls.
There is still one mlor'e game to
go. Captaimn Jimn Mandich summled

"I don't predict lot' my xvn team.."
ile comumenlted. "If wve're going to
beat Ohio State, thlough, we've go«t
to play even better next we.ek ti;han
avwe did today."
"Ever since out' poorest p~erm'l'l-
ance at East Lanlsing," he con -
tinnted, "ave have been getting bet-
ter' every aveek."
Ioxva's coach, Ray Nagel. colt-
11cum'red with Schernbechler. "Miclh-
igan is certainly a superior foot-
ball teanm," he added.
"They ar'e the sti'olge st teia
ave( have played tis year, hr,
have really jelled since losilte to
Michigan State. They have finle.
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Iniauta salety tceePrter-(flop- 'IL ung r, £uning)154J4.I N.1 4'1 1s. '.
ped a fair catch punt and North- up thte teams attitude. "It's cer- an outstantding runnuer. 'Fitey did
xwesternl recov'ered on the Hoosiem' ! taillly a great htonor' to go to the everything real good today -1umn,
18 o st u Bil Pamlseks ~ Rose Bowl, but it's even better topaskidenevl'tin"
ya8 'dofieldup goa l r a 23-21 W ld- go wxtit tile Big Temn title." a s kc ee s ,e ey h n .
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I aia an tnougnt of

tCMS 'week~'s

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Big Ten Standings

C'onference Games

All Games

Ohio State
'MICHIGAN
Purdue
Indiana
'Minnesota
Northwestern
WXisconsin
Iowa
Michigan State
Illinois

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268
221
200
152
100
114
135
109
85
56

PA
55
65
159
121
125
148
189
179
156
253

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231
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198
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ganme witht Ohio State dum
Iowxa gamle. but tihey camel
ifield yester'day awith their l
a waeek in the futturt'.
"Evet'ybody is talking
j shlould be tr'emnblinlg in our'
9 :oted Henry .Hill."Wl
G goinlg to be ther'e mNext NN*
certainly aren't going tor
1ihide."
8 About the only perusom
0 Michigani ax'io avoidedc
7;about Ohio State was Cc
4 Schemtbechler'. While lieft
5 hlappy about Puu'due's 42-14
4 th ioBuckeyes, wahemt he it
7 dicted a 42-7 restult, lie ba
__ picking a scote fox' the Wol

'inlg thej
off the
itougills{
like Nve
boots,"!
wae'Ire
eek; ave'
'tun antd

int the record books, Miciian t(teo-
ped tile Hxvkey:cs by tile ges
Imargin since Fieldinlg H. Yost
mlassacm'ed thent 107-0 it 1902. Ins
addition, they broke three Big Tenm
offensive records. Their 34 fir'st
downls, 524 yar'ds rtushing, and 673
yar'ds for total offensive yardage
all top~ped existing mtar'ks.

Taylor' -aad e victory~

Schentbecltler after the gamue,
im'oln awas unlawarae of thte awaesomeness
talkinig; of tile Wolverine attack. "I didn't
a'ht Bo even knlow we had set any i ec-
elt very'v ords," hte indicated. "I'll tell you,
4 loss to those lonug runts certainly eat tip
;ad lpre- yardage: Yeah, those lonlg passt's
aliked at' too.
vteliilcs. The loi Iplays certainlly awere in
abumtdamce as tailback Billy Tay-
loin broke loose for' scorimngm'Uils
of 33 and 71 yards, antd qua,.'l-r-
61.1). back Don Moorhead tossed a:^als
of 37 and 43 yards to Bill Hai'is
av'ihich set up touchdowans and a
Net Yd. 26 yard toss to Jinn Mamtdich Icr
41 a score.
44 Evemn fullback Gar'aie Craw,
i usually a thlree "yards amid a cloud
9 of dust runner, waas able to ru.lt

MICH. IlOW A

MICHI1GAN
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