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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1966

PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1966

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Spartans, Irish
Purdue, MSU Set
For Big Ten Clash

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By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING-Purdue, batt-
ling for roses, and Michigan State,
aiming for other bouquets, clash
in Spartan Stadium today in a
game that could decide the Big
Ten title.
Purdue could end up represent-
ing the Big Ten in the Rose Bowl
whether it wins or loses. But a
victory could clinch the honor.
Michigan State played in the
bowl last season and, under Big
Ten rules, is not eligible for a
return trip. So the Spartans -are
aiming at the No. 1 spot in the
national rankings.
Dream Match
If both Notre Dame and the
Spartans continue unbeaten, the
showdown for the mythical na-
tional championship will come
Nov. 19, when the two teams meet
in Spartan Stadium.
Meanwhile, the showdown for
the Big Ten lead is now. Both Pur-
due and MSU are unbeaten in con-
ference play. MSU has a 3-0 re-
cord (5-0 over-all), and Purdue
has a 2-0 mark (4-1 over-all, with
a 26-14 loss to Notre Dame). Pur-
due ranks No. 9 in the national
polls.
Today's game will match two
flashy quarterbacks-Purdue's Bob
Griese, who gave MSU fits last
year, and MSU's Jimmy Raye, a
scrambler who ranks second in the
Big Ten in total offense.
Last year, snapping away his
passes before MSU rushers could
get to him, Griese led Purdue*to
a 10-0 lead which held up until
MSU scored two foarth quarter
touchdowns.
This year he has thrown 104

passes and completed 64 for 804
yards and five touchdowns. Raye
has accounted for 659 yards-395
on 24 pass completions in 51 at-
tempts and 264 on 64 running
plays, for a rushing average of 4.2
yards a carry.
Griese is expected to do plenty
of passing. So far, Spartan de-
fenders have held opponents to
an average of only 41 yards a
game on rushing plays.
Buckeyes-Badgers
COLUMBUS - Ohio State tries
to shake the shackles of a three-
game losing streak in a Big Ten
clash against Wisconsin this aft-
ernoon.
It's Homecoming Day, and that,
plus the prospect of losing four
straight for the first time in 23
years should give the Buckeyes all
the incentive they need to crack
the victory column.
The oddsmakers like the Bucks
by two touchdowns. Ohio, still
seeking its first Big Ten tiiumph,
has a 1-3 record, but may have
come of age in that tough 11-8
loss to Michigan State.
Wisconsin Badgered
Coach Milt Bruhn's Badgers are
2-2-1 over-all and show a victory
and a tie in the league. But the
punchless Badgers, who have
scored only one touchdown in their
last four games, haven't won at
Ohio Stadium since 1918 and are
looking for their first victory over
the Bucks since 1959.
Ohio, which has tallied only one
touchdown and three field goals
in its two conference games, again
will rely on the passing of sopho-

By The Associated Press
NORMAN -No. 1-ranked Notre
Dame, called by some the finest
football team ever at the tradi-
tion-rich school, tests the mettle
of upset-minded Oklahoma in a
battle of unbeatens here this af-
ternoon.
The Irish of 'Coach Ara Par-
seghian have stormed by four op-
ponents and just this week claim-
ed the top spot in the Associated
Press rankings. They can pass. run
and have allowed opponenis just
over five points a game.
Oklahoma Surprises
Here they will meet a surprising-
ly strong Oklahoma team that has
won each of the four games it ha

Southerly winds with gusts up to
35 miles per hour are forecast for
game time.
The strong winds might limit
the passing of Irish sophomore
Terry Hanratty, but Notre Dame
could then fall back on the cap-
able running of halfback Nick
Eddy and fullback Larry Conjar.
Oklahoma, while it hasn't ap-
peared as pass-minded as Notre
Dame, has used the airways effec-
tively. Quarterback Bob Warmack
has hit 32 of 52 attempts and the
Sooners have garnered 616 of their
1.244 total offensive yards through
the air.
Strong Rush

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BOB GRIESE MODESTLY stares through the headlines of last year's 25-21 Purdue victory over No.
1 Nanked Notre Dame, in which he completed 19 of 22 passes. This afternoon his Boilermaker team-
mates will need an almost parallel performance as they take on second ranked Michigan State. At
the same time the Irish will expect some respect befitting their newly-acquired No. 1 position in their
game with 10th rated Oklahoma.

played under new Coach Jim
kenzie. The Sooners are ra
tenth.
Also awaiting the Titans
South Bend, Ind., will be a
of Oklahoma weather.
A cold front could move
central Oklahoma and aroun
3:30 p.m., EDT, kickoff at
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more Bill Long and the spectacu-
lar catching of end Bill Anders
and halfback Bo Rein.
Long, showing more poise with
each game, has connected 49 times
in 77 tries for 526 yards and three
touchdowns. Anders, his favorite
target, has grabbed 28 passes for
349 yards and two scores. Rein and
fullback Paul Hudson will share
the running chores.
Young Rushers
Wisconsin banks on a youthful'
backfield that includes three soph-
omores and a junior. Fullback
Wayne Todd leads the runners
with 219 yards in 59 tries. Quar-
terback John Ryan, a soph, prob-
ably will share direction of the
Badgers with junior John Boya-
jian.
The Badgers rumbled nine times
in a 3-3 tie with Northwestern and
have 20 bobbles on the season,
losing the ball 10 times.
Both teams have good place-
kickers and could lean coward the
specialist if the game is close.
Ohio's Gary Cairne booted three
field goals in a 10-9 loss to Illinois
and Wisconsin's Tom Schinke
kicked the equalizer against North-,

western, his fifth of the season in
five tries.
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Wildcats-Hawkeyes
IOWA CITY-Lowly Northwest-
ern is a slight favorite to extend
hapless Iowa's losing streak to
just one shy of the conference
record in a homecoming match
here today.N
The Hawkeyes, who have wilted
before 15 straight league foes since
a one-point victory over Indiana
two years ago, are approaching
the record the Wildcats themselves
established back in 1913-15.
Iowa also will try to do some-
thing it hasn't managed for four
games-score a touchdown.
Hawk Coach Ray Nagel said de-
spite the horrible start, he felt
spirit was high and the team
would "bounce back."
Northwestern is seeking its first
Big Ten victory after a 26-14 loss
to Indiana and a 3-3 tie with Wis-
consin last Saturday.
The Wildcats, 1-3-1 over-all,
have been frustrated by an in-
ability to keep a consistent attack
going.

Cagers Hit 1

LOOP OPENER:

yStewart, Maundrell Star
" By RICK STERN "The scrimmage itself sh
Michigan's varsity basketball that we had made improve
team split in two yesterday as the during the first week. We jus
first scrimmage of the season was stituted our offense about two
held. ago so you can't really expe
No official score was kept but much."
individual totals showed that Strack said that the scrimm
sophomore Dennis Stewart, play- which are open to the public
ing on the "Blue" squad had 26 be held each Friday afterno
points to lead all scorers. Mike Yost Field House. The bask
Maundrell of the "Yellow" had season begins December 1s
17. Craig Dill of the "Blue" and weeks from now.
Mark Delzer of the "Yellow" fol-
lowed closely with 16 and 14 re- H o nig Nam e,
spectively. Dill and Delzer are sen-
iors while Maundrell is a sopho-
more. AsA ssistant
The scrimmage lasted just under
40 minutes as the Wolverines Cage Coach
wound up their first full week of
pracice-- - Basketball coacir Dave S
The lineups for the scrimmage revealed yesterday that
showed Jim Pitts, Dennis Bankey, Honig, assistant WolverineI
Ken Maxey, Bob Sullivan, Dill and ball coach, would serve as a
Stewart on the "Blue" squad. basketball coach during the
The "Yellow" line-up included 67 season.
Maundrell, Delzer, Dave McClellan, Strack said that HonigU
Tim Hayes, Mark Fritz, Clarence help out George Pomey wit
Adams, Willy Edwards, and Scott freshman team as well ass
Montross. with scouting and recr
Composite statistics showed that chores.
the two teams together scored Honig is a 25-year-old nat
135 points, attempting 126 shots Detroit who has served three;
and making 64 for a percentage as head baseball coachl
f 32.9. Free throw totals showed Benedict's assistant. He starr
27 successes in 42 tries for 64.2 per the 1961 diamond squad
cent. 51 rebounds were recorded. won the NCAA and CollegeV
Rebounding leader was Sullivan Series title.
with. 9. Honig will resume his ba
Commenting on the early sea- duties at the close of the ba
son showing, coach Dave Strack ball season. A temporary ba
said, "We're seeing just about ball assistant was necessitat
what we expected to see. We're a the unexpected resignatio
young team with enthusiastic kids Wolverine coach Jim S k
who want to learn, but we've got Strack's assistant of seven ye
an awful lot to do to become a
team.

M If the winds hamper the passing
Makc- shows, Oklahoma will be picking
nked up most of its ground yardage on
Warmack's roll-outs and the
frsm straight ahead plowing of 201-
pound tailback Ron Shotts. Wing-
to back Eddie Hinton also figures in
d the the Sooner running game.
Owen Mackenzie says his linebackers
will move better than any the
passing combination of Hanratty
to end Jim Seymour has faced.
Oklahoma has faced two teams-
Oregon and Iowa State-which are
billed as passing teams and allow-
ed 81.7 yards a game through the
air.
The game is the sixth meeting
between the two, and Notre Dame
has won five. Oklahoma's only win
came 40-0 in 1956, but the next
owed year the Irish came into Norman
ement and ended the Sooner 47-game
st in- winning st'eak, 7-0.
'days
ct too UCLA-Cal
nages, BERKELEY - Some San Fran-
, will cisco Bay Area boys are coming
on in home today. The University of
etball California football team may end
t, six up wishing they had stayed away.
Hometown Boys

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A crowd of 55,000 is expected to
watch the performances of quar-
terback Gary Beban of Redwood
City, tackle Larry Slagle of Rich-
mond, end Ray Armstrong of Liv-
ermore, defensive back Tim Mc-
Ateer and safety Sandy Green of
San Francisco.
They all play for UCLA, the

4

Miami Splashes to 14-7 Win
Over Soggy Indiana Hoosiers
MIAMI R) - Turning one of a long last period scoring run that
many fumbles into a last quarter beat Miami.
touchdown, the Miami Hurricanes The ball was fumbled 12 times
splashed to a 14-7 victory over as Indiana fell behind 6-0 on two
Indiana last night in the worst field goals by Miami's Ray Harris.
rainstorm to hit an Orange Bowl The Big Ten team almost pulled
game in five years. it out with a 14-yard aerial from
David Olivo threw a soggy ball Frank Stavroff to Al Gage with
four yards through a blinding wall 23 seconds to go in the third
of water to Jim Cox for the score quarter.
that decided a wild game with In- Some 19,627 fans, the ultimate
diana's two-touchdown underdogs. football nuts, stayed right to the
The deluge, dumped by a low end, but it was estimated that
pressure trough moving up from 20,000 other fans stayed home as
Cuba, was the heaviest since 1961 the rain started three hours be-
when Pittsburgh's Paul Martha, fore game time and never stopped
invisible in the storm, got away on pouring.

track team that waxed Cal last season
Dick 56-3. The Bruins are ranked third
base- nationally.
third "We are bringing an improved
1966- Bruin team up here this week-
end," ominously promised Vic
would Kelley, the UCLA publicist, in a
h the talk to the Northern California
isting football writers.
uiting He said that about the 1966
Rose Bowl champions who have a
ive of 5-0 record so far this season; have
years rolled up 188 points to 76 for op-
Moby ponents.
ed on Cal Unscathed
which Although the Bear over-all rec-
World ord is 3-2, Cal carries a ;erfect
2-0 Pacific-8 Conference record
seball into the game against a Bruin foe
asket. making its debut as defending
asket- champion.
ed by Cal's highly promising sopho-
n of more quarterback, Barry Bronk,
k a 1 a, will try to repeat against UCLA
ars. his touchdown-passing successes of
last week against the Washington
Huskies.
USC-Clemson
LOS ANGELES-Southern Cali-
fornia's Trojans put their unbeat-
en record and fifth-place national
ranking on the line today as a
solid favorite to turn back Clem-
son in the first meeting on the
gridiron between the two schools.
The Tigers from South Caro-
lina invade Memorial Coliseum
with a 2-2 record, compared to the
Trojans' 5-0, but they go into the
intersectional contest fresh from
upsetting Duke, 9-6, last Saturday.
Frank Howard, athletic director
and coach at Clemson, has what
he calls his best team ever and
the Tigers could well be prepared
for an upset if Southern Cal is
caught looking ahead toward more
important encounters.

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