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PAGE EIGHT TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. OCTOBER 9.1966

BIG T EN ROUNDUP:
Illini Subdue Buckeye Attack

IBy T1w Associated Pre'ss
yCHAMPAIGN-Illinois struck t4
quarter touchdown yesterday to
spoil Ohio State's Big Ten football
debut with a 10-9 upset--despite
two conference field goal records
by Buckeye Gary Cairns.
The hairline victory, set by a
41-yard pass from quarterback Bob
Naponic to end John Wright, not
only ended a three-game Illmnois
State's Coach Woody Hayes his
first Champaign defeat in eight
visits since 1952.
Cairns. 230-pound junior, kept
the Buckeyes ahead with three
field goals, one a modern record
55-yard boot, until Naponic sneak-
ed across from the one-foot line
on the Illini's 74-yard surge mid-
way in the final quarter. .
Cairns, who had never tried a
field goal until yesterday, also
booted three pointers covering 233
and 28 yards. and his total of three
was a modern record for a single
Big Ten game.
Griese Sinks Iowa
LAFAYETITE - Bob Griese of
Purdue fired a 40-yard touchdown
shot to Jim Beirne the first time'

he got the ball and bombed Iowa
into submissionin th s e cond half
The game was Purdue's Big Ten
football1 opener. The los was
competition.
Griese comnpleted 16 of 24 passes
for 215 yards, breaking Purdue
career records for both comnple-
tions and yards passing. He broke
the Purdue record for extra point
kicks by booting fi've, running his
string for 1966 to 18 without a
miss.
back into con tentiontaftersPurdue
rocked the Hawkeyes with that
opening shot, but the Purdue de-
fenders gave him a rugged after-
noon.

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WVisconsin
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Indiana
Illinois
Minnesota
MICHiGAN -
Ohio State
Northwestern
Iowa

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born Wisconsin had halted a Ne-
braska drive when Wayne Kostka
pounced on a Harry Wilson fumble
at the Badgers' three.

Fluskers T op Badgers consin was able to get only to the
MADISON - Nebraska's Wayne 10 before sending in Don Schaff-
Meylan blocked a third period ner to punt from the end zone.
Wisconsin punt and turned it iinto But Meylan burst through from
a gate opening touchdown yester- his middle guard position to block

in high school and who didn't turn
out at Northwestern until his jun-
ior year. Murphy caught nine
passes for 149 yards.
The Murphy - Melzer combina -
tion received outstanding assist-
ance from the entire Northwestern
defensive unit, which held Oregon
State to only 11 first downs, and
from halfback Woody Campbell.
w"ho gave the Wildcats needed
yardage a.t several crucial points.
* * *

day and the unbeaten and seventh-
ranked Co r nh u sk ers r ushed
through for a 31-3 victory over the
mistake-prone Badgers.
Meylan's pivotal play came
moments after surprisingly stub-

uhe bLld~ and fazi on it for a wueh-
down, and the Cornhuskers were
on their way to their fourth vic-

Jack Clancy Is Plenty Tough . ..

Special To The Daily
EAST LANSING - Michigan
.~ opened its Big Teni season yes-
> t e d a y i n t r a d it o n - b a s e d g a m
is keyed themseles to every os-
onee when Jimmy Raye swep
aioudoend for a first quarter
With 9:55 left in the game,
however, number-on-ranked Mich-
igan State climaxed an 80-yard
drive with its second six-pointer,
and 11 seconds later Michigan
climaxed an afternoon of frus -
tration by setting up the final
- MSU score with a fumble deep in
th game, but areddogging Spar-
tan line pressured him into throw-
* ing erratically several times. In
~ addition, the defensive line con-
ceded only 45 yards on the ground
to the Wolverine backs.
The final score: Michigan State
20Mcigan 7.

Pet it ion ing

Pet itioning

tory in four games. Hoosiers Tie Gophers
BLOOMINGTON - One big
NU Trees Beavers scoring pass by Minnesota's left-
CORVALLIS, Ore.-Led by two handed Larry Carlson matched an
usung players,' quarterback Bill afternoon of superb running by
Melzer and end Roger Murphy, Indiana's Mike Krivoshia and the
Northwestern won its first football Big Ten football teams tied 7-7
game of- the season, defeating yesterday.
Meze :a 0yerol unio fod3 ardnda toucdown wt
starting his first college game, two minutes left in the first
completed 14 of 25 passes for 198 quatr
yards. His favorite target was The 214 - p o u n d Krivoshla
Murphy, a senior who didn't play plunged the -yard for Indiana's
_________________________ touchdown in the first two minutes
of the final period. He carried the
- t Iowa in192

University Committee on

Petitions availabe
at SGC of fice, SA B
Petitions must be returned

by Oct.

1~1, 5 P.M.

For inforrmationciJo Judc iary Counc il,
764-7420

Mchian Stt 20 ICHIGAN 7
Nthwtern 14, Oeon State 6
Nebraska 31, Wisconsin 3
Air Force 54, HawaIi 0
Baylor 7, Arkansas 0
Notre Dame 35, Army 0
Purdue 33, Iowa 0
Aubun 14FWake Fors 6
Georgia Tech 6, Tennessee 3
Georgia 9. Mississippi 3
Missouri 27, Kansas State 0
Eas Stroudsbg 33, Ktztown 0
OTHER SCORES '
Oregon 2, Stanford 3
Washington Sates24, Arizona state 15
Miami (0) 7, Kent State 0
Massachusetts 13, Connecticut 6
New Hampshire 10, Maine'7
Cornell 45, Pennsylvania 28
Tulane 30, Virginia C

Harriers Win
SPRING~e ARBOR - Maichigan's
cross country team ran away from
Spring Arbor yesterday as a rec-
ord-setting trio took the top three
paces in a 431 victory
Jim enns fiishd fit set
ting a new course record wihhs
time of 20:25. Steve Bishop came
lestan teold course rcrd.
took fourth and fifth as the Wol-
verine harriers dominated the
mneet. Michigan's next cross coun-
try action will be In the Notre
Dame invitational Friday In which
Big Ten and Mid-American team3s
will compete.

*

Deadline Oct. 17

Dea dl ine Oct. '17

Photos
by
Andrew A.
Sacks
and
Thomas R.
~Copi

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...But Clint Jones Is a Bull

Art student keeps getting the brush-off.
DEAR RED:
I'm a regular Renoir on the canvas, but on campus I lust don't seemn
to maake the scene. There was one campus cutie that used to admire my
paintings, but now she's too busy admiring some guy's new Dodge
Dart. She says riding in this guy's Dart is like art; every tirme they go out,
they draw a crowd. What can I do? I just have to see this girl again.
It's not that I'm in love with her, I haven't finished her portrait yet.
COLOR ME BLUE EEB
DEAR COLOR ME BLUE:
Make your next sitting at your Dodge Dealer's. After you find out how
easy it is to own a. Dart, you'l be out painting the town. And don't
worry about finishing the portrait. With Dart, you'l find you have many
models to choose from. Get the picture?

4

4
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IIHere's the picture that's worth a thousand oh's. '67 Dodge Dart GT. 'Dart gives~you rmore
show and ao than ever before, and it still has that nice low ornce. Plus a lona list of standard

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