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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MSU Surge Beats Illini; SMU Ties Purdue

'Feminist' Invades Grid Sphere

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State, frustrated in th early part
of the game and hampered by bad
breaks in the first half, roared
back for two touchdowns in the
final quarter and stopped Illinois
22-12 in the Big Ten opener for'
both schools yesterday.
Michigan State, ranked No. 9 in
the nation, came to life after an
86-yard power drive in the fourth
period paced by quarterback Steve
Juday and fullback Bob Apisa sent
MSU ahead for the first time
15-12.
The Spartans added their sec-
ond final period touchdown after
intercepting an Illinois pass and
moving the ball across the goal
line on an 8-yard pass from Ju-
day to end Gene Washington.
Apisa, one of coach Duffy
Daugherty's imports from Hawaii,
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'plunged over from the 10 for the
first last-quarter score.
Illinois was ahead 12-9 before
State came to life. It looked at
first as if the combination of Fred
Custardo, the Ilhni quarterback
kicker, and fullback Jim Grabow-
ski would be too much for the
home team.
MSU tacklers were unable to
grab Grabowski and he scored the
first touchdown against the Spar-
tans this season in the first
period.,
A Custardo extra point, a field
goal and a safety against MSU
added to this to give the Illini
their edge.
Michigan State /had a touch-
down and a field goal for the nine
points before the team caught on
fire.
Purdue Ties
DALLAS, Tex.-Battered South-
ern Methodist arose from one of
its worst defeats to tie Purdue,
the nation's No. 2 team, 14-14 yes-
terday, missing two chances to
score in the fading seconds that
could have produced the upset of
the year.
Mac White, the Southern Meth-
odist quarterback, led the Mus-
tangs on a last-half surge that
had a slim crowd of 17,000 on its
toes all the way.
White passed for both touch-
downs, and Dennis Partee, a
sophomore, kicked two extra
points. Partee also had a field
goal try blocked in the last 14
seconds.
Bob Griese, the great Purdue
passer, lived up to his reputation
by throwing for both of the
touchdowns, but his fumble gave
SMU its last opportunity to score.
Southern Methodist only last
week was crushed 42-0 by Illinois
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By GRETCHEN TWIETMEYER
72 yards for touchdowns to give
embattled Notre Dame as38-7 vic- I'm a femininist, a violent ad-
tory over Northwestern in the vocate of the Public Accomoda-
Irish home football opener yes- tions Act, a passionate woman's
terday. rights picketer.
W i t h inspired Northwestern Not really.
ahead 7-6 late in the third quarter, I just happen to be the only
Rassas seemingly handed the non-male on the Michigan Daily
Wildcats another scoring chance Sports Staff and most of the
when he fumbled a punt and time it's pretty nice.
Northwestern recovered on Notre l However, I am a mystery to
Dame's 20. the rest of the staff, who simply
But three plays later, the 185- cannot figure out why I joined
pound senior intercepted a Wild- in the first place. Usually I tell
cat pass on the Irish eight and them that I wanted to be on the
raced 92 yards behind a bevy of
blockers for a touchdown.
Then, in Notre Dame's runaway
final quarter, Rassas completely
demoralized Northwestern by{
streaking 72 yards through the en-
tire Wildcat team for his second,
touchdown.
That made it 24-7 for the Irish
and shut the gate on the 17-point
underdog Wildcats who had the:
Irish on the ropes for almost'
three quarters.

Daily and I wanted to write
sports. So, despite rumblings from
some cf the die-hard, anti-femin-
inist traditionalists who believe
that only men belong on the
sports staff, I am here to stay.
Actually, the staff did find a
rather novel use for me. They di-
rected me to write up the game
from my unpremeditated, inex-
perienced point of view.
Big Switch
The main problem in switch-
ing from carefree spectator to ser-
ious reporter is one of demean-
or. The press detachedly analyzes

MICHIGAN STATE'S BAREFOC
a field goal in yesterday's 22-1
The kick brings the Hawaiian'sf
year, already an MSU season reco
and in the first half yesterday
indicated it might be in for an-
other one-sided defeat as Purdue,
on the passing of Griese and the
receiving of Bob Hadrick, pulled
to a 14-0 lead. But the Methodists
got a touchdown in the third per-
iod and another in the fourth.
Missouri Triumphs
MINNEAPOLIS - Quarterback
Gary Lane scored two touchdowns,
set up a field goal with a long run,
and directed a grinding Missouri
ground attack- which hammered
down Minnesota 17-6 yesterday.
The Tigers, posting their second
straight victory after a season
openifig loss to Kentucky, rammed'
through Minnesota's defense for
324 yards rushing, and dominated

Iowa Felled
MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin,
-- plagued by penalties, interceptions
)TED kicker, Dick Kenny, boots and a stubborn Iowa defense,
broke through on a 42-yard Chuck
12 Spartan victory over Illinois. Burt to Louis Jung touchdown
field goal total up to six for the pass with 3:42 left to play and
rd. surprised the Hawkeyes 16-13 yes-
terday in the Big Ten football
the game except for the Gophers' opener for both teams..
42 yard scoring drive late in the A Hawkeye gamble that back-
third quarter. fired set up the winning play as
Minnesota managed to get into Iowa elected to take a safety a
Missouri territory only three few seconds before rather than
other times, and never got closer kick out of its own end zone
than the Tiger 28 on the other against a hard driving Wisconsin
occasion. defense. |

occasion1
Lane, running Minnesota dizzy
when he couldn't find pass re-
ceivers open, raced 20 and 11
yards for touchdowns in the first
half. He also galloped 28 yards to
set up a 28 yard field goal by Bill
Bates in the fourth quarter that
gave the Tigers their final edge.
NU Crushed
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Safety
Nick Rassas suddenly switched
from goat to hero, racing 92 and

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Big Ten Standings
Conference

OSU Wins
SEATTLE-Bob Funk's slightly
angled field goal from the 17-yard
line with only 59 ticks left on the
clock earned Ohio State a 23-21
football victory over the Huskies
of Washington._
The burly Buckeyes, trying for
their first 1965 triumph after a
defeat by North Carolina last
week, marched from their own 20-
yard' line to get within kicking
range in a fine display of coolness
under pressure.
Indiana Dropped
AUSTIN, Tex. (P)---Top-rank-
ed Texas' vaunted defense leakedI
for two Indiana touchdowns last
night, but the Longhorns crank-
ed up four scoring drives to whip
the Hoosiers 27-12 in an inter-
sectional game.
Texas, a three-touchdown fav-
orite, held only a 7-6 lead mid-
way of the second quarter, but
rallied for two tallies in that per-
iod and another in the third quar-
ter, pushing its record to 3-0.

-Daily-Jim Lines
APPLYING A CRUSHING HOLD to Wolverine quarterback Wally
Gabler, Georgia defensive lineman Dickie Phillips helps to thwart
the last-ditch Michigan drive in the final quarter. Gabler moved
the Blue attack 30 yards with his passing before the Bulldogs
rose to the challenge and killed the Michigan hopes.
Dodgers Win Pennant
y Stoppin Braves

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

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PF
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16
0
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12
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PA
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All Games
T PF PA
0 58 15
0 41 62
1 22 39
0 51 46
0 26 35
1 77 35
1 39 51
0 64 34
0 40 30
0 31 53

By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles
clinched the National League flag
in typical Dodger style yesterday,
defeating Milwaukee, 3-1, behind
the four-hit pitching of Sandy
Koufax.
The victory, their 14th in the
last 15 games, climaxed a 17-day
comeback that brought the Dodg-
ers from four and a half games in
back of San Francisco to their
third pennant in the last seven
years. Los Angeles now faces the
Major League
Standings

NATIONAL ROUNDUP:
Gators Stun LSU; Kentucky Upset

AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L
x-Minnesota 101 60
Chicago 94 67
Baltimore 93 68,
Detroit 89 72
Cleveland 87 74
New York 76 85,
California 75 86
Washington 69 ;92
Boston 62 99
Kansas City 59 102
x-Clinched pennant.

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.385 39
.368 42

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Steve
Spurrier fired Florida back into
the Southeastern Conference foot-
ball race yesterday with deadly
passing that carried the Gators to
a 14-7 upset of fifth-ranked Louis-
iana State.
The Tigers' attempt to prevent
their first loss of the yelr in their
conference debut was hampered
by fumbles, one on the Florida
two-yard line with four minutes
to play.
Louisiana State never led as!
Spurrier, lanky junior quarterback,
tossed a 22-yard touchdown
strike to open the scoring. He also
hit passes of 28, 14, 16 and 9 yards
in an 86-yard scoring drive in the
third period that gave Florida a
2-1 season mark.
Kentucky Upset
AUBURN, Ala. - Tom Bryan,
running fiercely and passing with
deadly accuracy, led an aroused
Auburn football team to a 23-18

victory yesterday over sixth-
ranked Kentucky.
The 6-foot, 195-pound junior
quarterback scored one touch-
down and set up two others with
rifle-like passes and with repeated
fast-getaway runs.
Auburn's awesome defense kept
the dreaded Rodger Bird bottled
up throughout the game except at
the outset when the hard driving
Wildcat halfback got away for
two long gains.
UCLA Triumphs
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -
UCLA grabbed a 17-point lead
over Penn State yesterday, then
staved off a final quarter come-
back to salvage a 24-22 football
victory.
Moving behind the passing and
running of sophomore Gary Be-
ban, the Bruins started out to turn
the game into a rout, cashing in
on costly Nittany Lion mistakes
for their early lead.
* * *,
Nebraska Romps
LINCOLN, Neb.-Nebraska's im-
proving defensive platoon strait-
jacketed Iowa State yesterday and
the third-ranked Cornhuskers, af-
ter a scoreless first period, ram-
bled to a 44 to 0 Big Eight foot-
DEER-PlZZA-BANJOS
BIMBO'S

ball triumph before a record crowd
of 54,125.
So spirited was the ball-hawk-
ing of the Nebraska defenders that
Iowa State was unable to even
cross the midfield stripe.
Nebraska scored 16 points in
the second quarter and turned the
game into a rout in the third per-
iod with three touchdowns, two of
them in the space of 23 seconds.
* * -*
Army Wins
WEST POINT, N.Y.-Army took
advantage of two second half
breaks yesterday to dump highly
rated Boston College from the
r a n k s of unbeaten football
teams 10-0.
The first came on a recovered
fumble in the third period with
Army taking possession on the
Eagles' 22. Boston stopped Army
on the 15, but Barry Nickerson
booted a 32-yard field goal.
The second Army break was in
the final period when Army took
the ball on Boston's 30 after a
wobbly punt and advanced to the
12, from where Curt Cook passed
to Sam Champi on fourth down
for the touchdown.
Maryland Dropped
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-Floyd
Little, his jersey in tatters and
limping on one leg at the end of a
rough, penalty - peppered football
game, ran for three touchdowns
yesterday in carrying Syracuse to
a 24-8 victory over Maryland.
The flashy junior, held score-
less the first two games this sea-
son, ran 72 yards for a touchdown
the second time Syracuse had the
ball. He was knocked groggy and
out of the game midway of the
second quarter but returned to go
two yards for a third-period
touchdown and nine for another
in the last.
Little ran the ball 23 times for
152 yards to lead Syracuse on a
comeback after last Saturday's
24-0 rout by Miami, Fla. The
Orange beat Navy in its opener.
Maryland matched Little's first
touchdown in the second quarter
on a 19-yard run by sophomore
tailback Ernie Torain.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 9-6, Washington 1-2
Cleveland 2, Baltimore 1
New York 6, Boston 4
Chicago 12, Kansas City 0
California 5, Minnesota 4
TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Boston
Detroit at Washington
Baltimore at Cleveland
Kansas City at Chicago
California at Minnesota
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB

American League champion Min-
nesota Twins in the World Series
starting Wednesday in Minneapo-
lis.
San Francisco edged Cincinnati,
3-2, in another Saturday game
but lost all chance for the title
when the Dodgers topped the
Braves. Koufax, working with only
two days of rest, struck out 13
while earning his 26th triumph
against eight defeats.
Los Angeles broke open a 1-1
tie in the fifth inning with a pair
of runs on only one hit. Tony
Cloninger, now 24-11, suffered the
loss for Milwaukee.
The Dodgers, who were in first
place for all but 38 days of the
season, took the flag without a
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every play and looks with scorn
at the cheerleadety~ .onduct
I display. It took a fe6w playse-
fore I managed to balance pen-
cils and papers so precariously
that there was no temptation to
stand up and cheer.
However; I ended up umping
around quite a bit anyway With
all the excitement, how could I
help it?
Take, for instancethe sequence
in which we recovered a Geor-
gia fumble, we recovered our
own fumble, and Georgia recov-
ered our fumble in three succes-
sive plays. Exciting.
Lousy Pass
Or how about the section of
my "notes" that read, andI quote:
"LQusy pass, illegal procedure
against Michigan, 7 minutes an-
other lousy pass; overheard-our
defense is good enough for State."
I defy you to tell me which quar-
ter it was. Though my patriotic
self could still yell "Go Blue,"
my cynical and objective self
could only say, "What a farce."
But being a girl also means
being a perennial optimist and I
have the perfect rationalization
for the game. We have been re-
lying too much on past luck and
glory and maybe the defeat will
tighten up the team and make
some of our tremendous yardage
show on the score.
But in spite of the botch we
made, nobody can convince me
that State will win, Til next week,
I'll just agree with my dorm-
mates that "the band was great."
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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 6, New York 0 (2nd
called, curfew 18 inn)
Pittsburgh 3, Chicago 0
St. Louis 6, Houston 3
San Francisco 3, Cincinnati 2
Los Angeles 3, Milwaukee 1
. TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia at New York
Chicago at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Houston
Mi'waukee at Los Angeles
Cincinnati at San Francisco
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