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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1965

PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1963

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LLOYD GRAFF

NATIONAL ROUNDUP:
Irish Smash Pitt, 69-13

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Bump Elliott wears austere dark ties, speaks with quiet deliber-
ateness, patiently sips Coke after a cliffhanger, and plays garish,
gaudy, flamboyant, don't-say-wow-say-ZOW football-sometimes.
Yesterday was one of those sometimes.
Now, normally in college football a fourth down means
bring in your "toe." To be Pavlovian, the conditional response'
of a coach on fourth and anything is to either attempt a field
goal or punt the ball a far piece from your own goal line. It's
what I call "founding father" football. And they never second
guess you in the morning for going "by the book."
Yes, Bump struck a blow for free will and indeterminism in the
king sized Skinner box called Illinois Memorial Stadium. He gambled
twice on fourth down and easy field goal yardage, and as I'm sure
you know or have already guessed, broke the bank. Bump Elliott
didn't salivate at the hamburger thrust in front of him. He wanted
chateaubriand or nothing. .

By The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH -- Bill Wolski'
rambled for five touchdowns toi
tie a Notre Dame record for scor-
ing in one game as the Fighting
Irishncrushed an outclassed Pitt
football team 69-13.
The 195-pound senior scored
twice in both the first and second
quarters and again in the third. ,
The defeat was the first suffer-
ed by Pitt at home against Notre
Dame in the 32-game series, and -
it marked the third time this
season the hapless Panthers have
given up more than 50 points.
Nick Eddy set up Larry Con-,
jar's opening score with a 26 yard

Sloan connected on 9 of 16 toss- ball victory over Colorado, nail-
es for 150 yards and two touch- ing down second place in the con-
downs in the first half. ference and a possible bowl bid.
Lane passed for one touchdown
. and scored another with a 16-yard
Tennessee Wins run in the fourth quarter.
KNOXVILLE-Spectacular pass- Earlier the ninth-ranked Mis-
ing and running by sophomore souri defenders stole three passes,
quarterback Charlie Fulton car- one for a touchdown.;
red unbeaten Tennessee to a 21-
7 football victory over Georgia Flid tpsB ldg
Tech Saturday.;Florda Stops Bulldogs
A crowd of 52,174, largest ever JACKSONVILLE - F 1 o r i d a
to see an athletic contest in Ten- I struck with lightning-like fury in
nessee, saw the Vols explode for the final minutes on two Steve
three third-quarter touchdowns in Spurrier passes for a 14-10 come-
7 minutes. back victory over Georgia yester-
m s* *day.
The triumph kept alive Florida's
Auburn Beats MSU flickering hopes for the Southeast-
BIRMINGHAM - Quarterback ern Conference football crown and
Alex Bowden picked Mississippi a bowl bid, and cast a pall on the
State to pieces with his passes aspirations of the Bulldogs. Both
Saturday and drove Auburn to a teams now have 3-2 league records.

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The first time he resisted the ground round syndrome came at run to the Pitt 42, where Conjar
eleven minutes into the game. Illinois led 3-0, but Michigan had the raced home to give the Irish the
ball on the Illinois one yard line on fourth down. Bump told Wally lead.
Gabler to go for the one yard, which was fairly standard procedure. The powerful Irish rolled up 377
However, Michigan was illegally in motion, which pushed the ball yards on the ground and 184 on
backto he ix.passing, while Pitt rushed for 92,
back_ to the six. and quarterback Kenny Lucas
Going for six yards on fourth down? Well, maybe if you're passed for 242.
in an eleventh place tie in the intramural league, all right. But in
a Big Ten brother match before 50,000 potential laughers? How
utterly frightening, how positively unconventional, how abso-fHuskers nbeaten
lutely pure, well-aged beef tenderloin. LINCOLN, Neb. -Undefeated,
And Mr. Gabler (you've got to call him Mister after the Illinois third-ranked Nebraska overpow-
game) hit Carl Ward on a swing pass for the touchdown. Ward, ered Big Eight rival Kansas 42-6,'
unquestionably, is one of the best running halfbacks in the country, asterunning up a 2t-0o g adwh e
but he's not exactly a threat to Don Hutson in pass catching, a fact year.
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Hamburger-shunner Elliott remarked after the game, "I know I
could second guess myself . . . but I won't."
So you get lucky once, by following the impulse and eschew-
ing the mind set. But try it again, Bump, and the law of aver-
ages (the law of averages, incidentally, was handed down on a
basalt tablet and stored in a remote catacomb beneath the
Tower of Babel) is gonna git ya.
But once again, with a'touch of icy whimsy, Chalmers Elliott
passed up McDonald's to search for the steakhouse. Michigan was,
ahead 17-3 in the middle of the third quarter with the ball on the
Illinois four, fourth down. Three points would be tasty, but a
touchdown, now that's a man's meal.
Mr. Gabler, no longer Bob Timberlake's pallid apparition, dodged
through unfingered for the four yards. It must have been a meaty
moment for Bump. And poor Pete was left with the short half of
the wishbone for the sixth straight year.
Chalmers Elliott's new nickname is Bret.

ber one rushing team with aG
269-yard average, fattened their
hold on top spot with a 419-yard
performance.
HalfbackRon Kirkland, backr
in action after recovering from a
series of shoulder injuries, led
the Husker attack with 146 yards!
on 10 carries in the first half.
A rkansas Wins, 3 1-0
HOUSTON-Bobby Burnett sup-
plied the power as the number
two ranked Arkansas Razorbacks
extended their win streak to 20,
beating Rice 31-0.
Burnett scored twice, s'et up an-
other TD, and his running played
a major role in a drive capped by
Ronny Smith's 37-yardhfield goal.
Arkansas scored the first two
times it had the ball, with Bur-
nett providing the scoring punch,
giving the Razorbacks a 17-0 half-
time lead.
* * *
'Bama Over LSUA
BATON ROUGE - Alabama
struck with savagery yesterday us-
ing the passing of Steve Sloan to
tame Louisiana State 31-7.
The victory put the Crimson
Tide into the Southeastern Con-
ference title chase.

Big Ten Standings
Conference

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All Games

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

W
6
4
4
3
2
2
2
2
1
0

L
0
1
'
3
3
4
6

Pct.
1.000
.800
.800
.600
.400
.400
.400
.400
.250
.000

PF
176
107
83
125
108
83
68
65
62
47

PA
43
67
76
70
62
86
135
97
130
112,

W
8
4
5
5
4
4
3
3
2
1

L
0
3
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
7

T
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0

PF
212
146
109
205
148
163
74
101
100
74

PA
46
110
111
96
111
112
188
166
171
126

25-18 Southeastern Conference
football victory.
Auburn scored the winning
touchdown midway in the fourth
quarter on a 73-yard drive. Bow-
den passed four yards to end
Scotty Long for the six-pointer.
Falcons Down Army
CHICAGO - Paul Stein clicked
on two fourth down plays forI
touchdowns to lift the Air ForceI
Falcons to a 14-3 victory over
Army Saturday.
Steindashed five yards for a
second quarter touchdown, and
with a fourth-and-one situation
in the fourth quarter, hit Carl
Janssen with a 27-yard pass and
the game-clinching touchdown.
It was the first triumph for theI
Falcons over Army and the sec-
ond victory this season for Air
Force, which has suffered fivej
losses and had one tie.
Twilley Sets Record
TULSA-Howard Twilley caught
five touchdown passes, kicked four
extra points and caught a two-
point conversion toss Saturday as
Tulsa smothered Louisville 51-18.
Twilley, the most prolific pass
receiver in college football history,
caught 15 passes for 230 yards to
run his season total to 106 re-
ceptions.
In the process, he craked his
own NCAA record of 95 receptions
set last year.
Texas Comes Back
AUSTIN - Texas staggered
pass-minded Baylor with four
touchdown tosses in the first half
and whipped the Bears 35-14.
Three touchdown passes were
to end Pete Lammons, who had
not scored this season although he
is Texas' leading receiver.
The victory pushed the Long-
horns' season record to 5-3 after
three straight conference losses,
and dropped the Bears to 3-4.
Utags Lose First
MEMPHIS-Two of the nation's
scoringest teams ground away
furiously but mostly far from the
goal yesterday as Memphis State
bounced Utah State from the un-
beaten ranks 7-0.
The Utags led the nation in
total points and had the second
highest scoring average before the
Tigers had bad fumbles shut them
out, for the first time in 50 games.
Utah State had won seven
straight. Memphis State is now
4-3.
Missouri Tops Buffs
BOULDER - Missouri's Gary
Lane blended his quarterback
magic with the Tigers' sturdy de-
fense for a 20-7 Big Eight foot-
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SCORIE!
GRID PICKS SCORES
MICHIGAN 23, Illinois 3
Ohio State 17, Indiana 10
Michigan State 35, Iowa 0
Purdue 45, Wisconsin 7
Minnesota 27, Northwestern 22
Nebraska 42, Kansas 6
Notre Damne 69, Pitt 13
USC 35, Cal 0
Alabama 31, LSU 7
UCLA 28, Washington 24
Texas 35, Baylor 14
Tennessee 21. Georgia Tech 7
Auburn 25, Mississippi State 18
Arkansas 31, Rice 0
Oregon State 13, Syracuse 12
SMU 18, Texas A & M 0
Wyoming 7, New Mexico 9
Missouri 20, Colorado 0
Air FIorce 14, Army 3
OTHER SCORES
East Stroudsburg 38, Coitland St. 0
Florida A & M 28, North Carolina 14
Oklahoma 24, Iowa State 20
Central Michigan 48, E. Illinois 6
Buffalo 22, Delaware 0
Maine 27, Youngstown 22
Massachusetts 27, Holy Cross 0
VMI 21, Richmond 14
Bowling Green 20, Marshall 6
Cincinnati 21, Kansas State 14
Colgate 21, Bucknell 7
Dartmouth 47, Columbia 0
Boston Univ. 15, Connecticut 14
Princeton 14, Harvard 6
Navy 19, Maryland 7
Penn State 21, Kent State 6
Yale 21, Penn 19
North Carolina State 21, Duke 0
South Carolina 17, virginia 7
Cornell 41, Brown 21
Florida 14, Georgia 10
Florida State 35, Wake Forest 0
North Carolina 17, Clemson 13
!West Virginia 31, Virginia Tech 22
Eastern Michigan 41, Case Tech 20
Wayne State 7, Thiel 6
Brigham Young 25, Utah 20
Kentucky 34, Vanderbilt 0
Western Michigan 17, Ohio U. 6
NHL
Boston 3, Montreal 1
New York 4, yoronto ,
NBA
Boston 101, Philadelphia 91
Cincinnati 114, New York 103

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Lowly B uins Stun Canadiens;
Ingarfield Leads Rangers' Win

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MONTREAL (P)-Dean Pren- fed Prentice, who whipped the
tice's tie-breaking goal early in game-winning shot past Hodge.
the final period and the outstand- Ted Green, wrapped up the
ing goaltending of rookie Bernie scoring at 18:27 after taking pass-
Parent gave the Boston Bruins a es from Prentice and Westfall.
3-1 victory over the Montreal * *
Canadiens Saturday night, their TORONTO () - Earl Ingar-
first of the National Hockey field's second goal of the game
League season. broke a third period deadlock,
Showing only a tie and four powering the New York Rangers
losses for their five previous to a 4-2 National Hockey League
games, the Bruins came from be- victory over the Toronto Maple
hind as Ron Stewart and Prentice Leafs Saturday night..
fired goals past Charley Hodge The victory moved New York
while Parent kicked out shot after into a third place tie with the
shot over the final two periods. Leafs and idle Detroit Red Wings.
Third NHL Game Fighting for Job
Parent, playing only his third Ingarfield, fighting for a regu-I
ganie in the NHL, was brought up lar job in his eighth NHL season,
by the - Bruins from Oklahoma put the Rangers in front with 11
City of, the Central League when minutes to go. He beat Toronto
injuries sidelined their other two goalie Johnny Bower and defense-
goalies, Ed Johnston and Gerry man Mike McMahon. Don Mar-
Cheevere. He had allowed 10 goals shall added an insurance goal in
in his first two games. the last minute.
It looked like the story might be The Leafs had tied it on Dave
the same this time as Montreal Keon's tally early in the period
pulled into a 1-0 lead at 18:45 of after goals by Rod Gilbert and
the first period when Bobby Rous- Ingarfield in the final minute of
seau, the league's leading scorer, the second session gave New York
took passes from Jean Beliveau a 2-1 margin.
and J. C. Tremblay and fired one With Toronto in front by virtue
past Parent. of defenseman Allan Stanley's first
But that, as it turned out, was period goal, the .Rangers struck
all for the Canadiens, who lost an twice in a 38-second span to go
opportunity to break a first-place ahead for the first time. Gilbert
tie with idle Chicago. fired a short backhander through
Stewart Evens It Up Bower's pads after a cross-ice pass
Stewart pulled the Bruins even from Arnie Brown. Ingarfield then
at 12:19 of the middle period took Marshall's pass' and whipped
when he beat Hodge after being in a 25-foot shot from the right
set up by Parker MacDonald and side.
Murray Oliver. Replaced Goyette
Then, at 5:58 of the third pe-. Ingarfield's goals were his sec-
riod, John Bucyk and Ed Westfall ond and third of the season. He

replaced Phil -Goyette on the
Ranger's No. 2 line after Goyette
was injured early in the game.
Gilbert, skating in a heavy corset
to protect a back injury, also has
scored three times.
Stanley opened the scoring with
less than four minutes remaining
in the first period and the Ran-
gers' Jim Neilson serving an in-
terference penalty. He took a pass
from Bob Pulford near the New
York blue line, skated in and shot
the puck through a maze of play-
ers past rookie goalie Ed Gia-
comin.
Giacomin stopped several other
Toronto scoring bids before his
mates got rolling in the second
period.

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