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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAII.A

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1966

PAGE SIX THU MICHIGAN DAJIi SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1966

UCLA. Sacks Syracuse, 31-12

BIG TEN ROUNDUP:

By The Associated Press
SYRACUSE-Quarterback Gary
Beban manufactured three touch-
downs in the space of five minutes
in the second period ard Ray
Armstrong returned a punt 62
yards for another score in the
third as second-ranked UCLA
crushed Syracuse 31-12 yesterday
in a soggy intersectional football
gaine.

Held to 12 yards in nine carries
in the opening half, Syracuse's
celebrated Floyd Little redeemed
himself with two scores in the fin-
al half-one on a four-yard run
and the oTner on a spectacular 65-
yard punt return-and tied- the
late Prriie Davis' career record of
35 touchdowns for the Orangemen.
Tha double-threat Beban scored

UCLA's first touchdown from the
four, set up the second with a 49-
yard pass to Harold Busby and
hit Busby again with a 13-yard
pass on the goal line moments
later.
Earlier in the second period,
before either team had scored,
Beban had a 46-yard scoring pass
to Busby called back because of
a penalty.

Notre Dame Punishes Purdue, Griese

By The Associated Press

camp .in~to his r own a anasserves

SOUTH BEND - Notre Dame terday as he fired two long touch-
unveiled a sensational sophomore down passes to Gene Washington
passing combination, Terry Han- and MSU over-powered Penn
ratty and Jim Seymour, who click- State, 42-8.
ed for touchdown passes of 84, 39 The No. 1 ranked Spartans, who
and 7 yards, leading the Fighting allowed the Nittany Lions only
Irish to a 26-14 season-opener one first down in the first half,,
conquest of Purdue's Boilermakers combined an awesome offense
yesterday. with a bone-crushing defense.
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Hudson scored 'oth Buckeye
touchdown, on runs of two and 18
yards, to climax drives of 47 and
78 yards.
Shabay capped a 67-yard TCU
drive to open the second half with
a two-yard scoring drive.
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Hoosiers Claw Cats

Big Ten Standings
Conference

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Free tuition.
Minimum of $2,200 living
allowance per year
for up to 4 years.
Ph.D. or Ed.D. degree.
You have until
January 15, 1967, to apply.
The Graduate School of Education is offering such fellowships to 1967
Liberal Arts graduates.
The program leads to a doctorate in any of the following fields:
Educational and developmental psychology
Measurement and evaluation
Reading and reading disabilities
Counseling
History of education-Comparative education
Philosophy of education
Science education
Mathematics education
Curriculum and instruction
Administration
Elementary education
Secondary education
Teaching Fellowships and Scholarships are also available. But, to be
considered, you must apply before January 15, 1967.
For further information and applications write to: Dean, Graduate
School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, 3700 Walnut Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104.
UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVANIA

aeymour, rom xer iey, mcrn ..
speared 13 Hanratty tosses for 276:
yards to completely overshadow
Purdue's heralded passer, Bob
("rine n I

Hanratty completed 16 of 24
passes for 204 yards in the nation-'
ally televised game.
The heroics of Seymour and
Hanratty, plus halfback Nick Ed-
dy's 96-yard touchdown run on
the kickoff following Purdue's first
touchdown in the opening quarter,
avenged Notre Dame's 25-21 loss
at Purdue last fall.
Raye Lights MSU
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State quarterback Jimmy Raye
A, 4 w f

Clint Jones and Bob Apisa pick- EVANSTON - Frank Stavrolf Purdue 0 0 .00 0 0 1 1 56 29
ed up opening half touchdowns as tossed a 60-yard touchdown pass Minnesota 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 35 45
MSU moved into a 21-0 lead. and then scrambled 13 yards for Iowa 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 34 37
Apisa added another in the third another score on a broken pass Wisconsin 0 0 .000 0 0 1 1 23 48
period. play to guide Indiana to a 26-14 Illinois 0 0 .000 0 0 0 2 21 47
victory over Northwestern yester- Northwestern 0 1 .000 14 26 4 2 21 69
)SU Eges Tday in the first Big Ten Confer-
COLUMBUS--Sopnonore quar- encThe senior quarterback put the Wildcat defenders the remaining up a touchdown, added 10 more
terback Bill Long mixed his pass- Hoosiers on the board wjth six 45 yards for the touchdown. points during the first half, then
es with Paul Hudson's bruising seconds to play in the first quarter held determined but error plagued
runs to guide Ohio State to a 4 when he found halfback Terry Bea'ers Bounce Bac Iowa at bay for a 17-3 victory
opening football victory over Tex- Cole open 15 yards up the middle IOWA CITY - Aroused Oregon yesterday
as Christian University yesterday and Cole outraced the surprised State took only four plays to ring
But it took an alert Buckeye de- The Beavers, bouncing back
fense to stop P. D. Shabay from -T fT from a 41-0 stinging from Michi-
steering the Texans into a tie n u M SU Fastback Ut lnt Jones gan the week before turned loose
victory. Three times in the final a bevy of speedy backs that rip-
period. the Bucks intercepted Sha- ped through Iowa's small young
bay passes to halt threats. line with ease.
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elapsed when wingback Bob Grim,
a strong and speedy runner, broke
around right end and scampered
59 yards to put Oregon State
+ahead 7-0.
* * *
Rally Untracks Illini
CHAMPAIGN - Two pass in-
terceptions, one being returned 60
yards for a touchdown by Jim
Whitaker, rallied Missouri in the
last quarter for a 21-14 triumph
over Illinois yesterday.
Whitaker stole Dean Volkman's
aerial in the final three minutes
of the game and raced down the
sidelines unmolested. Bill Bates
added his third extra point and
the Tigers who rattled Minnesota
24-0 lastiweek, registered their
second victory over a Big Ten
team.
* *
Gophers Wini Upset
MINNEAPOLIS - Curt Wilson,
Minnesota's scampering quarter-
back, befuddled Stanford with his
dazzling rollouts and laterals, and
paced the Gophers to a 35-21
crushing of the Indians yesterday.
Stanford, ranked as a slikht fa-
vorite after Minnesota was whip-
ped 24-U by Missouri last week,
bst] its offense thwarted in the
first half by three interceptions of
Gene Washington's passes.
By the time the Indians got
their p sing attack clicking in the
fourth uarter it was too late.
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