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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1965

By CHUCK VETZNER
Special To The Daily
MINNEAPOLIS-Dame Fortune
and Lady Luck are two girls who
can't be bought off. Either they
love you or they hate you, and if
it's the latter, you're in trouble.
Both apparently find Michigan
repulsive with a maddening lack,
of fickleness.-
MICH. MINN

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. That was the case yesterday
afternoon when the Wolverines,
dropped their fourth straight foot-
ball game. This time a 14-13
thriller to a Minnesota team which
eventually lived up to its "Gopher's
A-Go-Go" homecoming t h e m e
and went-went, scoring two touch-
downs in the second half.
The defeat, a result of a missed'
two-point conversion try, was

tough to take, perhaps even gestion. He was familiar with the
tougher than the other three epigram, "Ties are like kissing
losses. your sister."
In the previous heartbreaks, the A tie in this game, however,
Wolverines either failea in a des- would have been more like belting
perate last touchdown effort or your brother-in-law.
saw their opponents succeed with ,"I wouldn't say it was a dirty
that same maneuver. game," said Elliott, "but it was
But those two wicked females very rough.
worked together in perfect har- Minnesota was penalized 94
mony. They charmed the Gopher yards-more than their vaunted
defense into lethargy which pre- passing attack gained. They also
vented 'Michigan's final conver- lost the services of one McKinley

First Downs
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
Rushes,Number
Net Yards
Passes, Number
Net Yards
Total Plays
Punts, Number
Average Yards
Fumbles, Number
Lost by
Penalties, Number
Yards Penalized
MICHIGAN
MINNESOTA

20"
9
9
2
50
165
24
138
71
7
31.5
2
1

14
11
2
1
54
204
12
67
66
7
35
2
0

6 8
66 94

7 0 0 6-13
0 0 7 7-14 -

Colburn
Williams
Whitlow
Totals
Gabler
Ward
Totals
Hankinson
PA
CiancY
Smitl
Fisher
Sharpe
Totals
Last
Kemp
Baldridge

1s
3
3
54

93
6
16
204

PASSING
Michigan 66
Att. Comp. Yds.'
23 13 124
1 1 14
24 14 138

Minnesota
Att. Comp
12 3

Gabler
Ward
Fisher
SSharpe
Sygar
Morgan
Totals
Holmberg
Hankinson

RUSHING
Michigaii
Tries
16
4
16
6
6
2
50
Minnesota
Tries
15
15,

5.2
2.0
5.3
3.8

for Ward to sweep that+
took the flip and headed
sidelines, but Bruggers ar
ciates were there to meet h
Three Choices
This left Ward three
try to pick up a yard o
banging into the defense;
play a flop and run out of
gamble and go for broke b
a different route.
Anyone who has seen W
knew what decision he
make., Right. He screech
halt, did an about fa
pranced the other way
ground back to the 30.
But instead of trying t
end he came to a stop r
middle of the field and:
lantly started looking for
ers. His speed gave him p
time and finally he flip
to Dave Fisher who was
the 12. The fullback then'
into the end zone with
trouble. It was a perfect c
tion of the Ridlehuber rev
out and the Juday junk p
a fumbled field goal.
"When I reversed field,
ed to pass," exclaimed Wa

Net
40
14
64
15
25
7
165
Net.
41
48

Ave,
2.5
3.5
4.0
2.5
4.2
3.5
3.3
Ave.
2.7
3.2

ASS RECEIVING
Michigan
No. I
6'
1
14 1
Minnesota
No. 1
3
PUNTING
Michigan

. Yds.
67
Ave.
12.2
8.5
14.0
6.0
9.8

Yds.
61
51
14
12
138

Minnesota

N
N

Yds. Ave.
67 22.3
No. Ave.
7 31.5
No. . Ave.
7 35

sion. They created havoc which
ended in a Michigan star being;
ejected. They produced optical
illusions which cost the Wolverines,
a field t goal. And they played
tricks with the ball which caused
a fumble and led to the final
Minnesota touchdown.
Almost
But Michigan almost made it.
Almost.
Down 14-7, with 2:46 to go in
the game, Michigan; took the ball
on its own 48 and moved in for a
score in seven plays. Directing the
action was quarterback Wally
Gabler, who completed four out
of four passes in the drive. He also
scored the marker as he faked up
the middle and skirted end for
the final four yards.
Then came the play which
Minnesota coach Murray War-
math warmly refers to as "the one
I liked the most."
Head Coach Bump Elliott plays
to win, and to win Michigan
needed two points. Anyone knows
that means a two point conver-
sion try.
Rolls to Left
Gabler took the snap and head-
ed to his left and waited and
waited. No one was open. Then 1
defensive end Bob Bruggers, whoI
was brutally brilliant all after-j

Boston Jr., a native of Tennessee.
Mr. Boston, a 230-pound tackle,
either became enraged or enchant-
ed with the idea of- place kicking
because he took a good toe hold
into Tim Radigan's head at the
same time the ball was sailing in-
to the end zone for 'a touchback.
Not One Sided
The violence was not one sided
by any means. In -fact the game
actually was gentle in compara-,
tive terms until Michigan got
things going in the second quar-
ter.
Steve Smith was merrily high1
stepping it with a Gabler pass
along the sidelines at the Gopher
44 when it happened.

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55
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'36
60
35
31
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34
56
43
40
21
63
45
96
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W
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L
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0 12
1 10
0 8
1 12
1 5
0 7
0 14
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0 6
0 5

end. He n't. The refs said no. Michigan
for the said yes. Guess who won.
nd asso- "The kick was good," protested
iim. a Michigan lineman afterwards.
"The wind blew it over to the side
choices: but it was good when it went
r so by through."
call the Said the Wolverine coaches, "If
bounds; Bob Griese's kick last week was
y trying good, so was this one."
Damn you, Fortune.
ard play' Minnesota scored the winner
would the next time it had the bAll. This
ed to a time it was slower. It was set up
ce and when a Minnesota punt hit Mike
giving Bass and bounced to Colburn on
the Minnesota 46.
he other Damn you, Luck.
near the A pass to Ken Last moved to
noncha- the Michigan 9 and then the
receiv- Gophers ran some more. On fourth
lenty of and 1 at the one Hankinson put
ped one it over and Deryl Ramey kicked
alone on the decisive extra point.
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F PA
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9 77
1 91
1 78
3 93
2 90
0 89
I 94
9 137
7 70
sure no
I would
(Gabler)
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noon,* came barreling in. GablerI
had no where to go and threw Somewhere around the time the I had to wait to make
hopefully--in the general. area of referee was blowing the whistle blockers were downfield.
Steve Smith. signaling that Smith was out of have thrown to Wally
The ball harmlessly bounced at' bounds, Carl Ward decided to except a lineman was sta
the back chalk line and skidded spring the end loose with a block front of him."
into the grass. on Jerry Newsome. In the second half bot
"Never in all my years," said Oral Surgery changed strategy. Until
line coach Tony Mason, "have I Newsome lost three molars and uation got desperate b
seen a team win all of its games Ward lost his game status. concentrated on hitting t
and lose four of them. Ward. doesn't know what hap- dle with Dave Fisher.
'And If' pened. "Each official I asked told The reasons were two-f
"If there's a break, it always me the other one had kicked me Gopher defense was slid
seems to go to the other team. If out." he grumbled. side and Ward was gon
there's luck, the other team gets Earlier Tom Cecchini had been place was poor Ernie
it." flattened with a knee injury, and Sharpe not only had to r
Mason was not making alibis or Bill Yearby sat out the game with star but had to start on
giving out the sob stories. He sim- a pinched nerve in his shoulder. because/Dmckell asl
ply stated what he believed to be Even in Ward's shortened' ap- did not make the trip.
the truth. pearance he gave the crowd some Ori the Ground
Take the extra point try. It was razzle-dazzle. Before the game, a Minnesota also kept t
a special play for the situation. A Minnesota coach compared him to low, like in the hands of
Gabler roll out option. Minnesota Mike Garret, back John Hankinson an
plays a man to man defense. They Only 14 ground gainer D a v e
should have begun to glide with Well, Ward only gained 14 yards Known as a passing teE
the play, leaving Smith open. But rushing, but that Gopher coach Gophers tried it only thr
no one moved and Smith never might start comparing Ward to after the intermission.
had a chance. Roger Staubach. Carl turned quar- "When they intercept t
"Their defense made an error terback and tossed a pass for the msfas tn u can s
and didn't follow its assignments," only score in the first half. ma, Washington. you've
explained Mason. "They goofed Following Rich Volk's intercep- try something differen
and as it turned out they stopped tion and return to the Minnesota Warmath. "They" is
the extra point because of it." 35, Michigan moved to the 14 Volk, who comes from s
Mason Scoffs on five plays. Washington. Volk's first
As for trying a one point con- The ball was on the left side up Ward's touchdown pas
version, Mason scoffed at the sug- of the field, and the play called l a snared

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GRID PICKS SCORES
Minnesota 14, MICHIGAN 13
Ohio State 20, Wisconsin 10
Michigan State 14,Purdue 10
Illinois 28, Duke 14'
Washington State 8, Indiana 7 -
Northwestern 9, Iowa 0
Alabama 21, Florida 0
Utah State 41, Colorado State 20
Pitt 28, Miami 14
Georgia Tech 37, Navy 16
Notre Dame 28, USC 7
Washington 24, Oregon 20
Mississippi 24, Vanderbilt 7
Stanford 31, Army 14,
Massachusetts 34, Boston U. 18
Clemson 3, TCU 0
Penn State 44, West Virginia 6
Tennessee 17, Houston 7
Brown 6, Colgate 0
Appalachian 17, Carson-Newman 7
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Southern Mississippi 3, Auburn 0
Nebraska 38, Colorado 14

Kansas 9, Oklahoma State 0
Oklahoma State 27, Kansas State 0
Missouri 23, Iowa State 7
Air Force 40, U. of Pacific 0
Baylor 31, Texas A & M 0
Dartmouth 14, Harvord 0
Columbia 12, Rutgers 7
North Carolina State 29, Maryland 7
Wake Forest 12, North Carolina 10
Central Michigan 32, Illinois State 8
Oregon State 10, Utah 6
Eastern Michigan 20, Wayne 0
St. Olaf 28, Carleton 0
LSU 21, South Carolina 7
Texas Tech 26, SMU 24
Rice 20, Texas 17
NBA
Philadelphia 120, Detroit 103
San Francisco 123, Baltimore 108
St. Louis 123, Boston 110
AFL
San Diego 34, New York 9

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also made several key ta
Colburn.
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Minnesota's first to
looked easy. Following
Hankinson kept for 15 ya
ting the ball on Michig
Fullback Ron Holmberg
for 3. Then Hankinson fo
a penalty, and back to H
up the middle for 8, and<
On the ensuing kickoff
stomped Radigan, and the
moved the ball to the Go
Nine short gains and a
pass interference call la
ball was nestled a the I
12,
Sygar stepped back sev
and kicked a field goal.

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