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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER, I4, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1965 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State won the Big Ten football
championship yesterday and a
clearcut claim to the Rose Bowl by
coming from behind and overcom-
ing an unexpectedly stubborn In-
diana 27-13.
Trailing 13-10 going into the
final period, the nation's No. 1
team scored a touchdown on a 43-
yard pass from Steve Juday to
Gene Washington, Dick, Kenney,
the barefoot Hawaiian kicker, add-
ed a 27-yard field goal.
With 13 seconds left to play
Charlie Thornhill intercepted an.
Indiana pass and returned 37
yards to the Indiana five to put
State in position for the final
score, a four-yard pass from Ju-
day to Washington for his third
touchdown of the day.,
Indiana, unable to gain through
the powerful Spartan line, took to
the air with sensational success.
Quarterback Frank Stavroff con-
nected repeatedly with long tosses'
to Bill Malinchak and Bill Cough,
a player who had never before
caught a pass in a college game.
This was the first undisputed
Big Ten title that Michigan State
has ever won -and alth ough the'
conference athletic directors must.
vote on the Big Ten's representa-
tive in the Rose Bowl there was
no doubt it would be Michigan
State.
* * *
Buckeyes Roll
COLUMBUS-Ohio State over-
whelmed Iowa with an avalanche,
of touchdowns yesterday in a 33-0
football romp that locked' the
Hawkeyes in the Big Ten cellar.
The surging Buckeyes, cutting
loose with their best offensive
show since early in 1962, handed
the bewildered Hawks their 12th
straight league setback.
Tom Barrington and Will San-
der led the Ohio attack with two
touchdowns each, but it was a
savage Buckeye defense that turn-
ed the game into a rout.
The fierce Ohio defenders forced
the iiept Iowans into numerous
mistakes and Ohio was quick to
capitalize, converting two fumbles'

and two pass interceptions into Wisconsin offense, scored 23 points led the touchdown parade with
four touchdowns. in the third period and rolled to two apiece to pin the third con-
* * * a 51-0 Big Ten football victory secutive conference drubbing on
Wisconsin Swamped yesterday over a Badger team that the Badgers, who conceivably
MADISON-Illinois, taking ad- didn't do anything right. could have led at halftime by two
vantage of a fumbling, bumbling Jim Grabowski and Sam Price touchdowns.
Instead, Wisconsin trailed 14-0
after blowing three scoring oppor-
tunities and handing the Illini
another.
Grabowski scored the first
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Grabowski, who gained 196
yards in 38 carries, added the
second touchdown, bolting 51
yards through the porous- Badger
middle in the second period to
give the Illini a 14-0 halftime
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SPARTAN BACK BOB APISA smashes through the Indiana line CH EMISTRY
in yesterday's 27-13 Michigan State victory over the Hoosiers. The
Spartans fought back from a 13-10 deficit at the start of the MATH
final quarter to clinch their first outright Big Ten championship.
Big Ten Standings
Conference All Games
W L Pct. PF PA W L T PF PA T UTC
Michigan State 7 0 1.000 203 56 9 0 4 239 59
Ohio State 5 1 .833 121 76 6 2 0 147 111
Purdue 4 2 .667 160 70 6 2 1 240 96
Minnesota 4 2 .667 107 102 4 4 1 146 145

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

GRID PICKS
Northwestern 34, MICHIGAN 22
Purdue 35, Minnesota 0
Illinois 51, Wisconsin 0
Michigan State 27, Indiana 13
Ohio State.38, Iowa 0
Air Force 34, Arizona 7
Arkansas 24, SMU 3
Auburn 21, Georgia 19
Notre Dame 17, North Carolina 0
Penn State 14, Navy 6
Mississippi 14, Tennessee 13
Missouri 30, Oklahoma 0
Texas Tech 34, Baylor 22
Maryland 6, Clemson 0
UCLA 30, Stanford 13
Washington 28, Oregon State 21
Texas A&M 14, Rice 13
Georgia Tech 42, Virginia 19
Colorado 21, Kansas 14
Juanita 35, Moravian 13

OTHER GAMES
Dartmouth 20, Cornell 0
Pennsylvania 31, Columbia 21
Princeton 31, Yale 6
Harvard 17, Brown 8
North Carolina State 3, Florida
State 0
Army 13, Wyoming 0
Syracuse 41, West Virginia 19
Duke 40, Wake Forest 7
Florida 51, Tulane 13
Alabama 35, South Carolina 14
Miami (Fla.) 28, Vanderbilt 14
Western Michigan 17, Montana
Nebraska 21, Oklahoma State 1
Southern Cal 28, Pittsburgh 0
Texas Christian 25, Texas 10
NBA
Boston 122, Detroit 93
NHL
Toronto 5, New York 2

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NATIONAL ROUNDUP:
Cornhuskers Edge Cowboys

By The Associated Press
STILLWATER, Okla. - Third-
ranked Nebraska rallied from the
brink of defeat yesterday to nip
Oklahoma State 21-17, then ac-
cepted an invitation to play in'the
Orange Bowl New Year's night.
The Cornhuskers, bidding for
their first undefeated season in 50
years, scored with 38 seconds re-
maining to overcome a 17-14
S deficit.
The Cowboys, striving desper-
ately for an upset before. a home-
coming crowd of 31,500, threaten-
ed to take control again as time
ran out. Pullback Walt Garrison
raced to the Nebraska five as time
expired.
Arkansas Wins
DALLAS - Jon Brittenum's
passing, running and quarter-
backing and a clutch defense car-
ried.Arkansas, the nation's No. 2
team, to a 24-3 victory over South-
ern Methodist yesterday to extend
college football's longest' winning
streak to 21 straight games.
It clinched a tie for the South-
west Conference championship for
Arkansas. The Razorbacks can
take it all when they go after
their 10th straight victory for the
season" against Texas Tech at
Fayetteville next Saturday.
* * *
Irish Down Tarheels
SOUTH BEND, Ind.---Frustrat-
ed by fumbles for three quarters,
fourth-ranked Notre Dame broke

loose after Ken Ivan's 38-yard
field goal with two scoring runs
by Nick Eddy to defeat North
Carolina 17-0 yesterday.
After driving to the North Caro-
lina four in the first quarter and
to the five in the second without
success Notre Dame finally crank-
ed up a payoff drive in the fading
minutes of the third. The Irish
drilled 64 yards but had to settle
for Ivan's field goal at 1:41 of the
fourth.
From then on, the flood gates
were open.
* * *t
Sloan Leads Alabama
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Passing
artist Steve Sloan smashed two
Joe lamath passing records yes-
terday and led Alabama to a 35-14
football victory over South Caro-,
lina.
The Crimson Tide senior threw
two touchdown passes and set up.
two others.
Sloan also scored Alabama's
first touchdown on a two-yard
plunge. During the initial drive he
set a school season completion rec-
ord when he hit end Ray Perkins
with a nine-yard pass. It was
Sloan's 77th completion and broke
the record of 76 set by Namath
in 1962.
* * *
Missouri Crushes Oklahoma
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Ninth-
ranked Missouri rode into the
Sugar Bowl on the run-pass talent
of quarterback Gary Lane as they
crushed Oklahoma 30-0 -yesterday
for second place in the Big Eight.

Lane, a swift 200-pound senior,
scored three touchdowns and pass-
ed for another. The potent Tigers,
now 4-1 in the Big Eight and 6-2-1
for the season, wasted no time
moving to a.17-10 halftime lead.
It was Missouri's first victory over
Oklahoma at Columbia since 1945.
* * *
Bowls At A Glance"
Here's the way the major post-
season bowl games shape up after
Saturday's college football games
(x-indicates team has clinched
bowl berth) :
Rose Bowl-X-Michigan State,
vs. Southern California, 6-1-1,
UCLA, 6-1-1, or Washington
State, 7-1.
gotton Bowl-Arkansas, 9-0, or
Texas Tech, 8-1, vs. Alabama, 7-
1-1, or Kentucky, 6-2.
Sugar Bowl-X-Missouri, 6-2-1,
vs. Arkansas, Texas Tech-"or Flor-
ida, 6-2.
Orange Bowl-X-Nebraska, 9-0,
vs. Arkansas, Texas Tech or Ala-
bama.
Gator Bowl-X-Georgia Tech,
6-2-1, vs. Tulsa, 6-2, or Kentucky.

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