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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1966

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. OCTOBER 30. 1966

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ceive By The Associated Press
D iS-L AFAYETE - Purdue's Bob
Griese shook off the shattering
effect of five pass interceptions
and hurled the Boilermakers to a
25-21 victory over Illinois yester-
The victory gave Purdue sole
..,A possession of second place in the
Big Ten football standings and the
inside track to the Rose Bowl.
Griese completed 19 of 35 passes
for 288 yards and all three Purdue
touchdowns. He also kicked two
I extra points and a 22-yard field
goaland passed for a two-poi
'conversion.
tol The winning touchdown came
with 1:20 to play on a long pass
uP- from Griese to Jim Finley. It
ins gained 32 yards but Finley was
deep in the cor ner of the end zone
when he hauled in the ball. Griese.
was running to his right under
f heavy pressure from Illinois de-
? fenders when hethrew.
E Griese had to bring the Boiler-
makers from behind twice. They
went into the fourth period trail-
ing 21-10.
W s The Illinois pass defense picked ;
off five of Griese's passes in the
second and third quarters. Phil
!Knell got three of them but the END GENE WA
rs ? big grab was made by Bruce Sulli- late in the fou
van on the final play of the third western contes
period. He took the ball on his ton slipped into
'o .on 7 and ran 93 yards to put the margin.
Illni ahead 21-10.
T %$ Knell's interception and one by igan State enou
Terry Miller in the fourth period overpower the s
stalled Purdue drives in Illinois during a final h
terriitory.
r 4Spartan fullback
S artas<Marc OnxIed off with an in
SpartansMarchMichigan Stat
EVANSTON - Michigan State,
the nation's No. 2 team, clicked tack produced on
spasmodically to subdue stubborn scoring drives. O
Northwestern 22-0 for the Spar- time the Sparta
tans' fifth straight Big Ten vic-
t ory and seventh of their unde- jA TION
{<'feated season.TIO
Although Michigan State could
not score more than one touch- "
down in any quarter, the Spar-,r
tans greatdefense held North- I
western to only six rushing yards.
The Spartans, a 21-point favo- By The Assoc
>rite, were leading 12-0 at halftime PHILADELPHI
.when topranked Notre Dame's 31- ratty turned on
7 conquest of Navy was announced ground power wh
to a Northwestern homecoming absence crippled
crowd of 44,304- terday and led
* Y The news failed to give Mich- Irish to their six
t 17 1 N

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Conference

All Games

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

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3
2
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1
1
1
1
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120
102
34
105
65
69
41
40
48
35

PA
45
83
63
59
70
79
66
55
51
95

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2
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3
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5
4
4
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PF
190
193
83
154
86
78
69
66
74
69

PA
63
125
124
87
117
134
150
134
96
130

Tie counts half game won, half game lost

goal by barefooted kicker Dick,
Kenny in the third period.
Buckeyes Busted
MINNEAPOLIS - Curt Wilson#
and John Wintermute shreaded
Ohio State's defenses for over 100
yards rushing apiece, but Minne-
sota's defense made the crucial
plays in the Gophers' 17-7 upset

Gophers then clinched the victory
with a 21-yard field goal by Jerry
Beavan after Minnesota recovered
an onside kick attempt and drove
44 yards to set up the kick.
Iowa Knocks Hoosiers
IOWA CITY-Big Bob Anderson
kicked a 28-yard field goal with
just 41 seconds left in a wild

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-Associated Press
ASHINGTON HAULS in a pass from Jimmy Raye
rth quarter of yesterday's Michigan State-North-
t. Managing to elude the diving tackler, Washing-
o the end zone, giving the Spartans a 22-0 victory

victory over the Buckeyes in a fourth quarter yesterday to give
regionally televised Big Ten foot- Iowa a 20-19 victory over Indiana
ball game yesterday. and the Hawkeyes' first Big Ten
Wilson and Wintermute fired up victory in two years.
a Minnesota team which a week, Anderson's kick came just 48

igh incentive toj
crappy Wildcats
calf in which star
Bob Apisa limp-
njured knee.
e's versatile at-
ly two impressive
ie came the first
ns had the ball

and they rolled 74 yards on 11
plays with Clint Jones scooting
nine yards around end for the
touchdown.
After that, Michigan State
huffed and puffed to score a sec-
ond touchdown in the second
quarter after a 12-yard punt by
a Wildcat making his first varsity
appearance and a 39-yard field

before had been humiliated 49-0
by Michigan. The victory gave the
Gophers a 2-1-1 Big Ten record
and dropped the Buckeyes to 1-3.
The Gopher defense shook the
ball loose from OSU quarterback
Bill Long as he tried to pass early
in the second half and recovered
the fumble to set up a touchdown
that shoved Minnesota ahead 14-0.
Wilson scored on a three-yard
keeper to cap the 23-yard strike.
Ohio State bounced back to
score its only touchdown on Long's
10-yard pass to Bob Rein. But the

seconds after Indiana had moved
ahead 19-17 when quarterback
Frank Stavoff had hit end Bill
Couch with a four-yard scoring
strike. Just a minute and a half
before that, Iowa's Silas McKinnie
had taken a pitchout, juggled it a
few times, then scampered 63
yards for a touchdown that had
put the Hawkeyes in the lead
17-13.
The Hoosiers had used Mike
Krivoshia's one-yard plunge for
a 13-10 advantage with 11 min-
utes left.

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AL ROUNDUP:
ish Capsize Navy, 'Bama Wins Sixth

ociated Press
A - Terry Han-
the Notre Dame
en Jim Seymour's
his air arm yes-
the top-ranked
xth straight vic-

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-7 y S iover .avy.
Four interceptions, three of
them by linebacker John Pergine,
helped Notre Dame throttle the
Navy offense. The Middies did
break the Irish three-game shut-
out string when John Bergner
blocked Bob Gladieux's punt and
recovered for a fourth period
score.
Alabama Wins

Wayne Trimble, a second stringer
most of the year, to beat Missis-
sippi State 27-14 in a Southeast-
ern Conference football battle
yesterday.
Trimble hit end Ray Perkins
with a 26-yard scoring pass in the
second quarter, connected with
Jerry Duncan on a tackle eligible
pass in the fourth period, then
found Perkins again for a 37-yard
scoring pass.
Steve Davis boomed field goals
of 35 and 31 yards and kicked
three extra points as the defend-
ing national champions kept their
record unblemished with their!
sixth consecutive win of the sea-
son.

Mustangs Gallop
AUSTIN, Tex. - Dennis Partee
kicked a 32-yard field goal with 18
seconds remaining in the game,
and Southern Methodist edged
past Texas 13-12 yesterday in a
bruising Southwest Conference
football game...
The dramatic victory, set up by
Bill Bradley's fumble at the SMU
33 when the Longhorns were driv-
ing, kept the Ponies unbeaten in
conference play.
* * b
Nebraska Romnps

husker victory ran Nebraska's reg-
ular season win string to 17 games
and fortified the Husker bid for a
fourth straight conference crown.
Missouri, its own title hopes
jolted by a 10-10 tie with Iowa
State last week, was left with a
4-2-1mark for the season-2-1-1
in the loop.
Tech Rambles
DURHAM, N.C. - Georgia Tech
raced to a 24-7 first half lead over
fumbling Duke and went on to
crush the Blue Devils 48-7 yester-
day behind the running and pass-
ing of reserve quarterback Larry
Good-

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