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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. OCTOBER 17.1965

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By The Associated Press Jones started right into the line,
EAST LANSING-Fourth-rank- then reversed his field and scamp-
ed Michigan State held Ohio ered 80 yards for the first quarter
State's traditional "cloud of dust touchdown.
and a first down" offense to a Dick Kenney, the barefoot kick-
minus 22 yards rushing and the er from Hawaii, made the extra
Spartans romped to a 32-7 Big point.
Ten football victory over the Buck- Ohio State was supposed to
eyes yesterday. have a powerful, grind - it - out
It was the first time in Ohio ground attack. But the Buckeyes.
State history that the Buckeyes for example, were held to only
ended up on the minus side in seven yards rushing on the ground
rushing and marked the second in the first period by the savage
straight Big Ten game in which Michigan State defense while -the
the Spartans bottled up an op- Spartans were powering for 152
ponent's rushing attack on the yards.
minus side.M
Last week, Michigan State held Illini Triumph
Michigan to minus 37 yards rush- CHAMPAIGN - Fullback Jim
Mi. Grabowski scored two touchdowns
Michigan State scored first on and shattered Red Grange's career
an 80-yard romp by Clint Jones in rushing record in leading Illinois
the first quarter, solved a stubborn to a 34-13 Big Ten footballvictory
Ohio State defense for a 12-0 third o I-dig esta
period lead and poured it on the over Indiana yesterday.
Buckeyes for 20 more points in the The senior linebuster from Chi-
final period. cago thrilled a homecoming crowd
Even the sophomores were get- of 61,257 as he gained 186 yards
ting in and scoring at the end, as in 30 carries for a career total of
Chuck Lowther, in his first play2, Grabowski entered the game
in college football, made the final needing 81 yards to surpass
counter. neig8 ad osras
MSU now is the top team in the Grange's Illini record of 2,071
Big Ten and the front runner for yards. Grange reached his mark
the Rose Bowl bid. in 388 attempts. Grabowski, who
still has five games to play, broke
The Spartans now are unbeaten the record on his 422nd career
and untied in five games. They trip and his 18th of the day when
next meet Purdue. he rambled 16 yards toset up
Jones, a left half junior from Illinois second touchdown.
Cleveland, has often been over- The victory was the second
looked when watchers were sing- against three losses for the Illini
ing the praises of the MSU ground and the first in three Big Ten
attack. games. The Hoosiers, who opened
But it was Jones-a high and with a victory over Kansas State,
low hurdles sprinter-who made have now lost four straight and
MSU the winner, three in the conference.

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off and marched 8) yards in 17
p'ays for a touchdown wish Cyril
Pinder scoring from the three.
, 'bowski and Fred Custardo lcd
the march with Grabowski gain-
ing 35 yards and Custardo com-
pleting three passes for 25 yards.
The touchdown was all the scor-
ing in the first half before Gra-
bowski and the Illini blew it open
in the second half including a
20-point outburst in the final
quarter.
Gophers Golden
IOWA CITY-Minnesota struck
swiftly for two touchdowns within
22 seconds of the third quarter
and defeated Iowa 14-3 to remain
unbeaten in the Big Ten confer-
ence.
In winning their second confer-
ence game, the Gophers' John
Hankinson passed 54 yards to Ray
Whitlow for the first touchdown.
Then Dave Colburn sprinted 30
yards to score on the first play
after Aaron Brown recovered
Iowa's fumble on the ensuing kick-
off.
The only bright moment in the
rain splattered game for 59,200
Iowa fans was Bob Anderson's
record 42-yard field goal in the
third quarter. Jay Roberts kicked
the previous longest field goal in
Iowa history in 1963, a 39-yard
boot.
Linebacker Tim Wheeler's inter-
ception of Gary Snook's pass on
the Minnesota 40 started the
Gophers toward their first touch-
down. On the third play after the
theft, Hankinson found Whitlow
in the open and the swift halfback
eluded several Iowa tacklers.

With only 39 seconds remaining
in the third quarter Al Randolph
fumbl d the Minnesota kickoff
acid Brown recovered on the
wkt ye 30. On the next play Col-
rb xroke loose inside the Iowa
cid znd went over untouched.
Fumbles stopped Iowa's impov-
erished running offense twice in
the first half, and the Hawkeyes'
vaunted pass r, Gary Snook, didn't
complete a pass until after inter-
mission.
Badgers Upset NU
EVANSTON -Sophomore quar-
terback Chuck Burt's scrambling
dashes and timely passing led un-
derdog Wisconsin to a 21-7 upset
of Northwestern and kept the
Badgers unbeaten in the Big Ten
football race yesterday.
While Wisconsin's tough defense
kept smothering Northwestern, a
10-point favorite, Burt directed
the Badgers to two touchdowns on
short smashes by Dennis Lager
and flipped a four-yard scoring
pass to Bill Fritz.
It was Wisconsin's second Big
Ten victory, following a 16-13 up-
set of Iowa two weeks ago.
Burt, Lager and Fritz are all
sophomores, but Burt-who com-
pleted eight of 13 tosses-sat out
his first season last yeai because
of mononucleosis.
Northwestern's only touchdown
came late in the second quarter
after Wisconsinhbuilt a 14-0 lead.
It was scored on Denny Boothe's
17-yard pass to Mike Donaldson.
Burt's three scampers, good for
30 yards, led to the first Wiscon-
sin touchdown on a 41-yard drive
on eight plays. Lager plunged
across from the two.

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-Daily-Jim Lines -Daily-Jim Lines
BOB GRIESE DROPS BACK into the pocket and eyes a Purdue STEVE SMITH, ONE OF QUARTERBACK Wally Gabler's favor-
receiver downfiield for one of the 38 passes he attemptel against ite passing targets, watches helplessly as a Purdue defender bats
the Wolverines. Including yesterday's game. Griese, a junior, has the pigskin over his head. Smith, who caught seven passes against
completed 88 out of 133 passes he has thrown this year. Michigan State, was held to one by the Boilermaker defense.

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ROUNDUP:
Arkansas Topples No. One Texas, 27-24

By The Associated Press first play of the fourth quarter.
Pete Roberts added the kick with
FrAYETTEJILLErk.n- Qur- 14:52 left to play in the game.
terback John Brittenum drove(Th Seiosalocrda
Arkansas 80 yards in the closing The Seminoles also scored a
minutes and got the touchdown field goal in the fourth quarter
that toppled mighty Texas, the after inebacker Bill McDowell re-
nation's No. 1 team, 27-24, in a covered a fumble by end Pat

-Daily-Jim Lines
FULLBACK DAVE FISHER BARRELS over a wall consisting of the Boilermaker defensive line for
valuable extra yardage. The human cannonball led all Wolverine rushers with 89 yards in 21 carries.
This was good for a 4.0 yard gain per carry against Purdue. Fisher, who had little success against
Michigan State last week, rushed for seven first downs, three in the final quarter.

ALL-AMERICA tackle Bill Year-
by reflects upon the Wolver-
ine's situation during yester-
day's closely fought contest.

battle for national football su-
premacy yesterday.
Brittenum squeezed into the end
zone with 1:32 left, snapping the
Texas winning streak at 10 games,
and extending third-ranked Ar-
kansas' to 17, longest in the na-
tion by a major college team. It
may have been the game that
decides the championship in the
Southwest Conference.'
The desperation drive closed the
book on a magnificent comeback
by the Longhorns, who trailed 20-
0 after Arkansas unleashed defen-
sive thunderbolts that netted two
touchdowns, one on a 77-yard
fumble return by speedy Tommy
Trantham.
Bulldogs Upended
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Sopho-
more Bill Moreman scored on a
brilliant 20-yard run in the final
quarter and gave Florida State
a come from behind 10-3 upset
of fifth-ranked Georgia last night.
The elusive run by the half-
back, a member of the kicking
team playing his first game on
offense, capped a 47-yard drive
which started late in the thirdt
quarter.
The touchdown came on the

Hougson on the Georgia 20.
'Bama Ties
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Fumble-
plagued Alabama and an inspired
Tennessee team played to a 7-7
tie yesterday in a bruising South-
western Conference football game.
It appeared in the closing sec-
onds that Alabama was going to
stage another of its stirring come-
backs, but a Crimson Tide drive
fizzled on the Tennessee 10.
Both teams scored in the second
quarter, Tennessee frist when full-
back Stan Mitchell bulled over
from the one. Then Alabama drove
80 yards in a little more than
three minutes for its score. Quar-
terback Steve Sloan drove over
from the one with one second left
in the first half.
The second half belonged to
Alabama, but three fumbles kill-
ed any hopes the Tide might have
had for racking up victory No. 4.
Tennessee now has a record of
two victories and two ties. Ala-
bama is 3-1-1.
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USC Stops Stanford
LOS ANGELES - Sensational
Mike Garrett broke loose with a
77-yard touchdown run in the fin-

al quarter yesterday as unbeaten
Southern California defeated
Stanford 14-0 and moved a giant
stride toward the Rose Bowl.
The spectacular Garrett run
broke previously unbeaten Stan-
ford's back, and Trojan Rod Sher-
man added another touchdown
with a 25-yard run in the final
two minutes.
In his fabulous run, Garrett
broke a tackle at the line of
scrimmage heading to his right.
Then the 189-pound senior cut
back to his left, and with deadly
blocks by Serman and quarter-
back Troy Winslow the 5-9 baby
bulldozer traveled down the Tro-
jan sideline all the way.
Garrett called the ball 31 times
and gained 205 yards, while the
Stanford running attack totaled
148 yards.
The triumph left Southern Cal
with a record of four victories and
a tie with Minnesota in the open-
ing game of the season. Stanford
is now 3-1-1, having been tied by
Navy.
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Gators Roll On
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - With
Steve Spurrier and Charles Cas-
ey setting passing records, the
ninth ranked Florida Gators roll-
ed over North Carolina State 29-
6 yesterday in a wild offensive
display.
Spurrier passed to Casey for two
and set up the other two. An in-
terception and a penalty prevent-
ed two other touchdowns, and
three field goal attempts failed.
The Gators marched 53, 49, 67
and 36 yards for their touchdowns.
Spurrier set school records of
21 pass completions and 250 yards
and Casey set one with 10 recep-
tions.
Auburn Felled
ATLANTA, Ga.-Kim King com-
pleted the first nine passes he
threw and then broke away on a
31-yard touchdown run that start-
ed Georgia Tech to a 23--14 foot-
ball victory over arch-rival Au-
burn yesterday.
The sophomore quarterback's
passing gave Georgia Tech a 6-
6 halftime tie, and the slender
southpaw tookonly 24 secondsof
the third quarter to send the

Yellow Jackets on to their third
victory against a loss and a tie.
Before the quarter was over,
Georgia Tech led 23-6 and had
wrapped up the most lopsided de-
cision between the long-time foot-
ball foes in their last nine meet-
ings.
King passed nine yards for a
touchdown to end Corky Rogers
in the second quarter and raced
to his long touchdown sprint in
the third quarter on the first play
after Auburn fumbled the kick-
off.
Fumbles and mixup on downs
hurt Auburn, which lost its second
game after two victories and a tie.
SCORES3
GRID SELECTIONS
Purdue 17, MICHIGAN 15
Minnesota 14, Iowa 3
Illinois 34, Indiana 13
Michigan State 32, Ohio State 7
Wsconsin 21, Northwestern 7
Arkansas 27, Texas 24
Navy 12, Pittsburgh 0
Syracuse 28, Penn State 21
California 16, Washington 12
Virginia 41, west Virginia 0
Columbia 21, Yale 7
Georgia Tech 23, Auburn 14
Oklahoma 21, Kansas 7
Missouri 14, UCLA 14 (tie)
Florifa 28, North Carolina State 6
TCU 17, Texas A&M 9
Southern Cal 14, Stanford 0
Iowa State 10, Colorado 10 (tie)
Buffalo 20, Richmond 0'
OTHER SCORES
Clemson 3, Duke 2
Army 23, Rutgers 6
Cornell 3, Harvard 3
Princeton 27, Colgate 0
North Carolina 12, Maryland 10
California St. 14, Slippery Rock 12,
Akron 21, Wooster 8
Tennessee 7, Alabama 7 (tie)
Dartmouth 35, Brown 9
Boston U. 7, Holy Cross 7 (tie)
Penn 16, Bucknell 13
Delaware 24, Villanova 21
Nebraska 41, Kansas State 0
Utah State 54, Montana 21
Wyoming 38, Texas Western 14
Oregon State 16, Idaho 14
Air Force 18, Oregon 18 (tie)
South Carolina 38, Wake Forest 7
Florida State 10, Georgia 3
SMU 17. Rice 14
Memphis St. 33, Mississippi St. 13
NBA
Boston 102, Cincinnati 98
New York 111, Detroit 103
Philadelphia 133, Baltimore 101
AFL
New York 24, Oakland 24 (tie)

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-Daily-Thomas R. Copi
CARL WARD, THE AMAZING little Wolverine halfback, shoots through a hole opened by the Michigan offensive line and goes in for
the first touchdown of the afternoon. The second quarter score gave the Blue a six-point lead which they carried into halftime. This
lead was turned over to Purdue early in the third quarter though when the Boilermakers secured their first touchdown and then
converted the extra point. Ward, at 5'9" and 177 lbs., is the smallest man in the Wolverines' backfield. His unorthodox running style
netted him a 4.6 yard per carry average for the day, the best by any player in the contest.

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