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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3I 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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(Continued from Page 1) big fish, but he blew it before
yard and the six points. Score 67,000 people. Clancy or Smith or
50-0. Sygar could drop passes in the
end zone and it would be just an-
And to steal a line from Jackie other play. But for Tom Parkhill
Gleason. Ummmmm, how sweet it it was the play. Who knows how
was. long Parkhill will be "the guy who
dropped that pass in the endzone."

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Big Ten Standings
Conference

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W L Pet. PF

So far in this chronicle I'vet
been rigidly objective as always,4
but now I must be subjective for
a change. There was only one
truly memorable thing about theI
game besides the score, Tom Park-
hill's almost.f
Hollis to Parkhill
Tom Parkhill wears number 93
and plays about once a season.
Parkhill had fame and recogni-
igan team, an obscure ibid in thiis
his senior year. But yesterday Tom
Parkkhill had fame and recogni-
tion thrown right at him-and he
dropped it. Kerplunk, and the
dream of every erstwhile end, to
scoreon a long bomb, was
splushed.
Pete Hollis, a third string quar-
terback dropped back into the
pocket. His receivers fanned out,
and one in particular, Parkhill,
got behind his man. Hollis, who
doesn't always throw perfect pass-
es, threw one. The softly hit Park-
hill flush on the hands in the end
zone and it happened. Awwwww
rose from the collective throat of
the Stadium.
In Front of All
I didn't want to look at poor
Parkhill. He not only had lost the
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
JIM LaSOVAGE

to the fans, to the team, to him-
self.
Fortune's bugged Michigan all
season, but it took yesterday off-

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

1.000
.750
.750
.500
.500
.500
.500
.250
.250
.000

141
80
66
80
80
61
43
85
52
47

PA
43
45
66
63
63
90
70
59
113
77

W
7
3
4
4
4
3
2
1

L
0
3
2
3
3
3
4
4
5
6

All
T
0
1-
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

Games
PF PA
177 46
119 88
92 101
160 89
160 89
67 143
79 139
125 108
90 154
74 91

except for one play
to tweak the nose
string end.

when it had
of a fourth

513 Yards and a Cloud of Dust

First Downs
Rushing
Passi g
Penalty

MICH.
30
6
2

WIS.
13
11
0

Penalties, No.
Yards penalized
MICHIGAN
WISCONSIN

4 2
30 30
14 21 15 0-50
0 0 7 7-14

Total No. of Rushes 78

26

RUSHING

PASSING
Michigan
Att. Comp. Int. Yards
Gabler 12 5 0 121
Sygar I 1 0 26
Hllis 2 1 0 5
Totals 15 7 0 152
Wisconsin
Att.Comp. Int. Yards
Burt 28 16 3 161
Boyajaian 2 1 0 18
Totals 30 17 3 179
PASS RECEIVING

Net Yds.-Rushing 361 77
Passing 152 179
Forward Passes Att. 15 30
Completed -7 17
Intercepted by 4 0
Yds. int. returned 35 0
Total Plays (Rushes and
Passes) 93 56
Punts, No. 3 4
Average distance 36 32
Kickoffs, returned by 4 8

Michigan
Tries Gains Loss Net
Gabler 9 48 24 24
Sygar 5 21 0 21
Ward 6 85 1 84
Fisher 20 106 0 106
Sharp 4 23 0 23
Rowser 7 40 0 40
Badigan 7 27 0 27
Vidmer 8 20 16 4
Brigstock 4 11 1 10
Schick 6 29 1 28
Hiollis 2 7 14 -7
Totals 78 417 57 360
Wisconsin
Tries Gains Loss Net
Kaye 8 21 1 20
Burt 4 1 18 -17
Jankowski 4 16 0 16
Lewandowsky 3 37 0 37
Schumitsch 4 15 0 15
Lager 1 4 0 4
Bandor 1 0 4 -4
Boyajian 1 6 0 6
Totals 26 100 23 77

-Daily-Jim Graff
THE STRAIN ON ERNIE SHARPE'S face belies the ease with
which Michigan manhandled Wisconsin. Sharpe, a sophomore
is Bump Elliott's first replacement at halfback. He scored one
touchdown yesterday and averaged 5.8 yards per try in four
c'arries.

Yds. Kicks Returned
Punts
Kickoffs
Fumbles, No.
Ball lost by

103
30
73
4
2

185
5
180
4
3

Clancy
Smith
Kirby
Totals
Jung
Fritz
Lager
Bandor
Tietz
Totals
Fronek

Michigan
Number Yards
4 104
2 43
1 5
7 152
Wisconsin
Number Yards
7 71
2 20
5 54

1
17

10
24
179

PUNTING
Michigan,
No. Yds. Ave.
3 107 36

Wisconsin
No. Yds. Ave.
4 129 32

Kemp

BIG TEN ROUNDUP:

Spartans Romp over

-Daily---Jim Grat
HALFBACK RICK SYGAR TAKES AIM on a third quarter pass
attempt. Sygar, who completed this toss to end Jack Claney for
a 26=yard touchdown, also scored a touchdown himself and
successfully booted six of six extra point attempts.
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By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING, Mich-Burly
Bob Apisa, star sophomore full-
back from Hawaii, led the way
and No. 1 ranked Michigan State
crushed Northwestern 49-7 yes-
terday after allowing an early
Wildcat touchdown.
Northwestern shocked a home-
coming crowd of 74,215 by jump-
iiig ahead with a 7-0 lead on its
first series of plays in the opening
period.
Apisa, the leading Big Ten
scorer going into the game, ram-
med in for two touchdowns and
right half Clint Jones made one
before the half ended to put MSU
back into control of the game with
a 21-7 lead.
Biggest Margin'
State kept piling on the scores
in the second half for the largest
MSU win margin this season.
The rout left Michigan State
the only unbeaten Big Ten team
and still the runaway front i'un-
ner in its bid for the conference
title and a Rose Bowl bid.
It was the 70th win in his ca-
reer as MSU head coach for Duffy
Daugherty, who last took the
Spartans to the Pasadena trip in
1955.
The Northwestern early coun-
ter came on a freakish play.Soph-
mode quarterback Dennis Booth
fumbled but Larry Gates pounced
on the loose ball in the end zone
for the touchdown.
Michigan State, which has been
featuring second half comebacks
this season, decided not to waste
time in correcting the situation.
Long Drives
The Spartans took command of
the game by powering 57 yards
for their first score, 85 yards for
the second and 44 yards for the
third.
Michigan State had been a 20-
point favorite going into the game.
To make the odds makers feel
better, the Spartan juggernaut
ground 80 yards the first time
MSU got the ball in the third
period with Apisa again doing the
scoring honors.
Jim Summers made a pass in-
terception to help State keep its
scoring momentum in the same
period. Quarterback Steve Juday
: flipped a 10-yard end zone pass
to Jones to build up the MSU
lead to 35-7.
Left half Dwight Lee, also got
into the scoring act before the
third period ended. His TD came
after a 44-yard push to make it
42-7.
Barefoot kicker Dick Kenney,
also from Hawaii, hit on five for
five' in extra point tries.

OSU Squeaks By
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Bob Funk
booted an 18-yard field goal with
only 1:17 left in the game yester-
day, giving Ohio State a hard-
fought 11-10 victory over Min-
nesota in a Big Ten struggle be-
fore 84,359.
The Buckeyes, keeping their
slim hopes for a conference cham-
pionship alive with their third
victory in four starts, drove 89
yards on the passing of Don Un-
verferth to set up Funk's fifth
three pointer of the season.
Final Drive
The Gophers made a dramatic
bid to pull out the victory, moving
63 yards to Ohio State's eight-
yard line in the waning moments
of play. With only 14 seconds
showing on the clock, Deryl Ra-
mey's field goal attempt from the
15-yard line was wide to the
left, and the Bucks had their
triumph.
It was a see-saw struggle all the
way as the two teams meeting for
the first time in 15 years treated
the huge throng to a solid de-
fensive show.
Minnesota, losing its first game
in the league after three triumphs,
had taken a 10-8 advantage late
in, the third period when Ramey
kicked a 32-yard field goal.
Gophers Score First
The Bucks spotted Minnesota an
early touchdown when defensive'
back Stewart Maples intercepted
Unverferth's pass on the Ohio
State 17-yard line. Seven plays
later Gopher quarterback John
Hankinson smacked over right
guard from a yard away for the
score.
Ramsey's kick made it 7-0 until
midway through the second quar-
ter. Then Ohio State mounted an
80-yard touchdown drive. Full-
back Will Sander carried seven
straight times for 47 yards in the
march that consumed 13 plays.
Still, it was Unverferth who
supplied the key play. On a fourth
down and 11 situation, he hit
Nelson Adderley with a 25-yard
touchdown strike. On a fake place-
ment, halfback Arnie Fontes skirt-
ed right end for the two-point
conversion that gave the Bucks
an 8-7 half-time lead.

In the payoff Buckeye drive
that resulted in Funk's winning
field goal, Unverferth guided the
Buckeyes from their own 10 to
the Minnesota 1%V2-yard line where
the Bucks narrowly missed a first
down. With a fourth down situa-
tion and the seconds ticking away,
Coach Woody Hayes elected to
utilize the accurate toe of Funk
rather than go for the first down.
In the 89-yard drive Unverferth
hit his receivers on five key passes,
one a sensational reception by
Sander to move the ball to the
Gophers' 23-yard line.
Hoosiers Finally Win
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Fullback
Jim Grabowski's record-breaking
rushing swept underdog Illinois to
a 21-0 victory over frustrated Pur-
due yesterday, dealing a final blow
to Boilermaker Big Ten football
title hopes.
Purdue, seemingly still stunned
by last Saturday's 14-10 loss to
top-ranked Michigan State, was
personally manhandled by Gra-
bowski, who smashed 163 yards on
36 carries.
Grabowski's performance, in-
cluding a one yard touchdown
smash for a 7-0 Illini lead in the
first quarter, broke an unofficial
all-time career rushing mark for
a Big Ten player.
Pass Attack Thwarted
Purdue's Bob Griese, the nation's
No. 2 passer, not only had a
wretched passing day, but was
humiliated in the fourth pe.riod
when Illini end Bo Batchelder
stole the ball out of his hands
and raced 55 yards before Griese
caught him from behind.
That set up quarterback Fred

But two plays later, Batcheldert
swiped the ball from Griese as her
was poised to pass on the Purdue
20.
Purdue's passing game was crip-t
pled when Griese's favorite tar-c
get, end Bob Hadrick, went outc
with a wrenched knee midway in
the second quarter.,
Grabowski's workhorse day gave
him a career rushing, record ofc
2,275 yards, surpassing the formers
three season mark by a Big Tenc
player, 2,188 set . by Minnesota'sI
Paul Giel in 1951-52 and 53. I
Total Offense Mark
Grabowski's 163 yards Satur-c
day-compared with Purdue's min-s
us 14 yards by rushing-also en-
abled the rugged fullback to topI
Illinois total offense career recordt
of 2,424 by Tommy O'Connell. r
Grabowski, with Michigan, Wis-s
consin and Northwestern left to
play, has a total offense aggregatey
of 2,540 yards, mostly by rushing.t
Custardo, who produced a net of
133 yards rushing and passing
against Purdue, also surpassed O'-t
Connell's record by reaching 2,480r
yards.-
Small comfort to sixth-rankedc
Purdue, which now has a 2-2 Bigf
Ten record, Griese and Hadrick
came up with two new Boilermak-
er season records. Griese, who hit
on 14 of 28 passes, now has 117
completions and H a d r i c k 47
catches, both new school marks.
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Illini Upset PU
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Frank
Stavroff came off the bench and
guided Indiana to a 21-17 victory
over Iowa yesterday after the
Hawkeyes' Dick Gibbs had rocked

the Hoosiers with two early hay-
makers.
The victory was Indiana's first
in Big Ten football competition
this season. Winless Iowa was
driven deeper into the conference
cellar.
Interceptions of Gary Snook
passes by Kel Hollister and Trent
Walters set up two Indiana touch-
downs, and a punt by Jon Eick-
stead that bounced out of bounds
on the Iowa one-yard line put the
Hawkeyes in a hole that gave the
Hoosiers another scoring chance.
Tofil Hurt
Stavroff took over after starting
quarterback Gary Tofil suffered a
shoulder separation late in the
first period. He completed eight of
13 passes for 140 yards, including
touchdown tosses of seven to Ter-
ry Cole and 43 to Ray Terry, and
scored on a sneak.
Gibbs started out as though he
was going to crush the Hoosiers
by himself. He intercepted a Tofil
pass on the fourth play of the
game and ran 85 yards for a
touchdown. Two plays after the
next kickoff he recovered a fum-
ble on the Indiana 29-yard line to
open the way for the 25-yard
field goal by Bob Anderson.
Stavroff got some fine running
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from spreading for his passes.
Snook Fires Up
Snook completed 17 of 33 passes
for 187 yards, but the Indiana de-
fense succeeded in knocking down
his bombs when he needed them
desperately in the closing minutes.
Indiana's Walters got off two
fine kickoff returns in the first
quarter, going 64 yards to the
Iowa 34 with the opener and 56
yards to the 36 after the field
goal, but the Hoosiers could not
move either time.
Stavroff had lost the starting
quarterback assignment earlier in
the season and did not get into ac-
tion until a week ago against
Washington State.
Iowa's third score was on a 68-
yard touchdown drive. Dalton
Kimble went the last three yards.
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The most dramatic reversal yet,

Custardo's second touchdown pass,
a 25-yard flip to end John Wright
for a 21-0 Illinois lead. Custardo
also fired a three-yard touchdown
shot to halfback Ron Bess after a
95-yard Illini strike in eight plays
to put Illinois ahead with five
seconds left in the first half.
Batchelder's theft of the ball
from Griese came after Purdue's
deepest thrust of the game. That
came early in the final quarter
on a 51-yard screen pass from
Griese to John Kuzniewski that
carried to Illini 10.

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