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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1965

PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. NOVE~ER 2, 19~

" SPORTS SHORTS:
Bg Ten Race Almost Decided . Terrell Keeps Title,
By DAVE WEIR time in history that the two Mich- of Illinois smashed the Big Ten i State and Jack Clancy of Mich-
igan schools have played at Pasa- career record for rushing in last igan are among the nation's top
Before the opening of the cur- dena in successive seasons. week's game against Purdue. The receivers.rocel nndirt kl rnl
rent football campaign, three Following MSUJ in the standings Boilermakers' quarterback B o b All-America honors will prob-
teams were considered to be con- are Ohio State and Minnesota Griese heads the conference pass- ably go to many of these offensive
tenders for the Big Ten title-de- with identical 3-1 records. Both ing corps with 71 completions in stars and several of the Big Ten By The Associated Press The victory also put the C
fending champion Michigan, Pur- the Bukees and the Gnhers will four games defensive stand-outs

hi-

due and Ohio State.
Rated in the darkhorse category
were Iowa, Michigan State and
Minnesota.
Now after seven weeks of grid-
iron action and several surprise
scores, one of the darkhorse can-
didates holds down not only first
place in the Big Ten but also the
number one ranking in the nation.
Michigan State's mighty Spartans,
combining an explosive offense
with an awesome defense, have
virtually wrapped up the league
championship with five consecu-
tive wins.
Schedule Favors State
With only Indiana (1-3) and!
cellar dwelling Iowa (0-5) remain-
ing on the Spartan schedule, State
appears headed for its first Rose
Bowl appearance since 1956. If
the East Lansing eleven does rep-
resent the Big Ten in the "Battle
for the Roses," it will be the first

have to compile a better confer-
ence mark than the Spartans if ,
they hope to clinch a Rose Bowl
bid, since both teams have played
at Pasadena since 1956.
Purdue, Illinois, Wisconsin and
Northwestern are currently tied
for fourth with two victories and
two defeats. Although none are
eliminated mathematically, the
chances of any of them overtak-
ing State seem unlikely in light
of the Spartans' recent perform-3
ances.
Blue Trail
SOn the tail end of the race are
Michigan (1-3), Indiana and Iowa.I
The Wolverines have suffered
from a combination of injuriesj
and bad breaks which have ruined
all possible chance of a. repeat
crown.
.Individual standouts in the Big
Ten are numerous this year, asI
always. Fullback Jim Grabowski(

. ' gui SI llblvu JUaflt. t Ut .
Michigan State boasts both of On the national scene, Mich-
the league's top scorers in its igan State looms as the leading
backfield-Clinton Jones and Bob contender for the number one
Apisa - and the top field goal ranking_ if it can slip past non-
kicking specialist in Dick Kenney. conference foe Notre Dame in its
Clancy Stands Out final game of the year. Arkansas
In the pass catching line, Jim and Nebraska, both unbeaten, are
Finley and Bob Hadrick of Purdue, in a position to take over should
Gene Washington of Michigan State falter.
Big Ten Standings 7

TORONTO - Towering Ernie
Terrell, using stinging left hand
punches while using his right
hardly at all, retained his World
Boxing Association heavyweight
title last night by outpointing
George Chuvalo in 15 rounds.
The 6'6" Terrell kept the stalk-
ing Canadian off balance with his
left hand and continually danced
out of danger.
There were no knockdowns in
the bout and neither fighter was
in serious trouble except for the
15th round when Chuvalo caught
the champion with a looping right,
to the jaw. However, Terrell back
pedaled away and used his long
arms to keep Chuvalo off.
Terrell, who weighed 206, blood-
ied Chuvalo's nose with a left in
the second round and opened a cut
over the Canadian's left eye with
one of his infrequent rights in the
13th, in gaining the unanimous
decision. Chuvalo weighed 209.

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Conference

W L Pct. PF

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

0
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
5

1.000
.750
.750
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.500
.500
.500
.250
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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
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2
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0
3
2
3
3
3
4
4
5
6

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0
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Games
PF PA
177 46
119 88
- 92 101
160 89
160 89
67 143
79 139
125 108
90 154
74 91

cagoan in line for a possible title
fight with the winner of the Nov.
22 bout between Cassius Clay and
Floyd Patterson at Las Vegas,
Nev.
Knicks Get Bellamy
NEW YORK - The New York
Knickerbockers acquired Walt Bel-
lamy, star center of the Baltimore
Bullets, in a four-player National
Basketball Association trade yes-
terday.
In the interdivision transaction,
the Bullets acquired forwards
Johnny Green and Jim (Bad
News) Barnes and guard Johnny
Egan, plus an undisclosed amount
of cash.
Bellamy, a former star for In-
diana University, had a 24.8 point
average last season, sixth highest
in the nine-team circuit.
Green, 6-foot-5 and 31 years
old, is in his seventh NBA cam-
paign. He averaged 11 points a
game last year. Green formerly
starred for Michigan State.
Barnes was the Knicks' first
draft choice in 1964. He is from
Texas Western, 6'8" and 24 years
old.
Egan, a scrappy 6-footer, for-
merly for the Detroit Pistons.

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surprises.
Don't be too surprised if he gives you a complete run-
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Make a date to see us on your campus
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See your Placement Director for details.

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NEED VERSATILITY:
I-M Stars Win Special Kudos

--Associated Press

By BILL LEVIS is the advancement made by the domination of the award by Jack
individual in all-campus tourna- Rashleigh of Flint. Other three
While intramural competition is ments. In team sports, the place time winners were Milton Esko-;
not on the level of its varsity that a competitor's team finishes witz (1932-34) and Paul Keeler
counterpart, it nonetheless has its in is considered for the honor. For (1936, 1938-39).
stand-outs. the freshman striving for an Ath-
The best of them are honored lete of the Year award, it would Several Athletes of the gear
by being selected I-M Athlete of seem helpful from past records to have gone on to achieve even
the Year. What does it take to be live in either Gomberg, Wenley or greater honors. One example is
considered for intramural sports' Cooley house. These houses are Tom Harmon who was the top
highest award? According to Rod nearly always at the top in resi- I-M athlete of 1937, and then M
Grambeau, associated director of dence hall competition. gained fame on the gridiron as a ,
Intramurals, three things are in- Gbeg holds the record for three time All-American. There I
volved. o i c a n was also Don Peterson who re- C
Quantity Important - most pointsn acuuae in y ceived the award in 1952 and 1953 *Y
The first consideration is the year-1,920 in 1956-57. That year and then went on to become aI
number of team sports in which the "Big Red" captured 11 chain-;varsity football stand-out.
the person participates. There are pionships out of 23 events. A plaque in the lobby of the
a great variety of sports available While a good team showing is Sports Bldg. carries the names of N
and several different groups in an important factor in selection, the winners since 1929.
which to take part in these activi- I Grambeau emphasizes that it is
ties, including the residence halls, the individual's personal achieve-
the social fraternities, and the in- ments that are most important. - 966 Yamahas available no
dThe independent teams consist that he participated in, and was injection system, 5 sp trans
of men not living in University selected to the All-Star basketball --Holder of the quarter mile c
housing who wish to band togeth- team.A--Holder of speed record for 2
er to play in team competition. At All-Stars Play Role
the moment, this is the fastest: Selection on an All-Star team,: -World grand prix champion
growing of the intramural divi- Grambeau rates as the third im-
sions. The I-M athlete of 1964, portant factor in choosing the I-M -Two years in a row ('64 an
Brian Schulze was a member of athlete of the year. This plus winner of safety and engine
such a team, the independent; otherhonors achieved by the in- -Ride a winner ride Yamaha
Neds.. dividual (such as records) round: -ieawnrrde amh
Individual activities combine ,out the third category.
with team sports to offer a wide After all of the above factors -NICHOLSON M C Sales-
variety of possibilities for the ath- have been weighed, it is generally
lete. Schulze, for example, par- the team athletic managers who
ticipated in three team sports- nominate those whom they think
basketball, touch football, and vol- worthy of the honor. It is then up
leyball--as well as paddleball, to the intramural officials to make
table tennis, tennis, bowling, foul the final decision. The Michigan
shooting and rifle shooting, which Daily sports editor presents a
are individual sports. trophy to the winner. The selec-
The second major consideration tion of Schulze ended a three I
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BOB APISA, MICHIGAN STATE'S powerful fullback, bulls his
way through. the Northwestern line to score Michigan State's
first touchdown Saturday. The Spartans routed NU 49-7, and
now have a virtually clear path toward their first Big Ten
championship since 1956.
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