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Si..&DAY, NOVEMBER 6,1966-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By The Associated Press
MADISON-Rose Bowl hopeful
Purdue, with Bob Griese sneaking
for two touchdowns and kicking
a 29-yard field goal, destroyed
Wisconsin's upset dreams yester-.
day and ground out a 23-0 Big
Ten football victory.,
The win was the first for the
Boilermakers over Wisconsin at
Madison since 1945.
The Purdue defense, led by end
George Olion, frustrated the Bad-
gers at every turn, choking off
touchdown bids that reached the
Purdue four and seven and inter-
cepted a pass that helped produce
the first Boilermaker touchdown.
Bob Baltzell scored initially for
Purdue from the two to cap an
18-yard drive that began with Pat
Conley's steal of a John Boyajian
pass at the Purdue 47
Griese, who passed only four
times in the first half, drove over
from the one for the second Pur-
due score to climax an 82-yard
march. His field goal gave Purdue
a 17-0 halftime lead.
Slow Day
The second Griese touchdown
came early in the fourth period,
ending a 53-yard drive that began
with Dick Marvel's recovery of a
Badger fumble.
Griese finished the day with 7
for 9 for 95 yards passing. He also
kicked two extra points. Wiscon-
sin, an improved team despite a
2-51 record, was able to do every-
thing offensively but score.
Trailing 14-0, the Badgers, be-
hind Wayne Todd, who gained 119
yards during the game, drove70
yards to the Purdue 4 but Olion
spilled Boyajian, who was attemp-
ting to pass, and the Wisconsin
quarterback fumbled. LeRoy Keyes
recovered for Purdue.
Gophers Sniff Roses
EVANSTON-Curt Wilson rifled
Ken Last two touchdown passes
and scored himself on a 17 yard
run yesterday to lead Rose Bowl-
hopeful Minnesota to a 28-13 Big
Ten football triumph over North-
western.
Two of the Gophers' tallies
stemmed from theft of Bill Melz-
er's tosses and a third from a
fumble recovery as alert Minne-
sota boosted its conference record
to 3-1-1 in keeping the Pasadena
trip in mind. Minnesota and Pur-
due, also aiming for the Rose
Bowl, tangle next week for what
should be the ticket.
Tim Wheeler's interception in
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Passes

into

Bowl

Showdown

the first quarter touched off a 39,
yard Gopher scoring drive in 12
plays, with workhorse John Win-
termute carrying seven times. An-
other soph, Dennis Cornell, ram-
med over from the two and Jim
Barle added the first of his four
extra points.
Sakal Intercepts
Minnesota soomed ahead 14-0
early in the second period after
Tom Sakal's pass banditry, moving
74 yards in 10 plays.
Hubie Bryant's 34 yard gallop
off a double reverse was the big
play, and Wilson pitched the final
six to Last.
Northwestern before halftime
made it 14-7 when Mike Baker re-
covered Ray Whitlow's punt fum-
ble on the Gopher 28. On the
tenth play Melzer hit Larry Gates
with a six yard touchdown toss.
Chico Kurzawski's bobble after
taking the kickoff in the third
period was captured on the North-
western 28 by Jerry Hermann.
Wilson eventually rifled a 20 yard
scoring pass to Last.
Open Filching Season
Later Al Koranda filched a Wil-
son aerial and the Wildcats thrust
52 yards with Woody Campbell
scoring on a one yard smash.
A 28 yard pass interference
ruling set up the score.
Minnesota put victory out of
Wisconsin's reach early in the
fourth quarter on an 80 yard
march in five plays, featuring a
34 yard ramble by Wilson after
picking up Wintermute's fumble.
Wilson eventually rolled in for a
17 yard touchdown.
Wilson carried 19 times for 106
yards and Wintermute 28 for 86.
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BIG TEN STANDINGS
Conference

All Games

*Michigan State
Purdue
Minnesota
Illinois
MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Indiana
Northwestern
Wisconsin
Iowa
*Clinched tie

W
6
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
1
1

L
0
1
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
5

T Pet.
0 1.000
0 .800
1 .700
0 .600
0 .400
0 .400
1 .300
1 .300
1 .300
0 .166

PF
176
125
62
93
126
53,
69
54
40
42

PA
52
83
76
91
87
51
86
94
78
151

W
8
6
4
3
4
3
1
2
2
2

L
0
2
3
5
4
4
6
5
5
6

T
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
0

PF
246
216
106
114
175
81
78
82
66
76

PA
70
125
137
138
105
96
141
178
157
186

Spartans Clip Hawks career total to 15-smashing the
EASTLANSNG -MichganMSU record held by Bob Carey.
EAST LANSING - Michigan Jones put on scoring runs of 70
w dr svwit bte o en in kick- and 79 yards and a two-yard:
doaredwithcthe opening icdscoring dive as he set a MSU and
off, roared back for a lopsidedBgTn ngegmrshnre-
56-7 victory yesterday as Gene Big Ten single game rushing rec-
Washington and Clint Jones re- The pile-driving Jones collected
wrote the Spartan record book. 268 yards in 21 carries. The Big
The tiumphthe mst btophea Ten record was 239 yards by Jim
MSU victory since it blanked in- Grabowski of Illinois last year.
diana 54-0 in 1957, assured Mvich- Jones also broke MSU's single
igan State at least a tie for a sec-
and successive Big Ten title. game rushing record of 207 yards
setdbyuRccRubickinB1962
Washington grabbed a pair of set by Ron Rubick in 1962.
touchdown passes to bring his
Bucks Bust Hoosiers

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18 / 1966
appointment

COLUMBUS-Bill Long directed
Ohio State's sputtering offense to
a third quarter touchdown and the
Buckeyes continued their long
standing mastery over Indiana
with a 7-0 victory yesterday.
The frustrated Hoosiers, who
haven't beaten the Bucks since
1951. had four good scoring chan-
ces but couldn't cross the goal
line,
Ohio State, unable to move the
ball in the first half during a
steady downpour, took the second
half kickoff and marched 59 yards
in 12 plays to pay dirt.
The Buckeyes actually assumed
a 3-0 lead when Gary Cairns boot-
ed a 38-yard field goal into the
wind on a fourth-and-five situ-
ation. But Indiana was detected
holding and the Buckeyes elected
to take the penalty.
That moved the ball to the
Hoosier 11.
Fullback Paul Hudson then
smashed to the two on the next
play, and Long hit halfback Rudy
Hubbard who shook from a would-
be tackler and scooted into the
end zone for the game's only score

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