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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1966

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1966

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LET THE
S TUDENTS
DECIDE
DRAFT REFERENDUM
PART I

Illini
By JOHN SUTKUS
They did it again.
Michigan outclassed anothei
ponent on a Saturday afterr
Ran 'em ragged. "We blew 'en
the line," says Tony Mason.
But the score didn't agree.
It happened earlier this se
with Purdue. And it happ
again with Illinois.
The Illini were beaten 21-1
the end of the third quarter.
Sygar dashed off a picture
punt return for 65 yard TD.
Imer to Clancy was clicking t(
tune of 11 completions-a si
record. Ward was running the
off the Illinois defenders.
The Wolverines still had
game minutes later after a ra
punt runback by Mick Smith
Illinois another six points.
Stotz huffed and scuffed
ground but his extra point
was still wide to the right. N
igan, 21-20.
So Close ...
And then, there were the;
verines driving for the wir
score. The yards clicked of
down inside the ten. A touch(
and Sygar's extra point u

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put the Illini in the hole. But then deflected aerial and stepped off
was the one that hurt. It was Vid- 98 yards for a TL. the go-ahead
mer's first interception in Big Ten score, the clincher, the backbreak-'
play. A little pass intended for er. It didn't much matter that the
Clancy near the goal line. Illini easily pushed over th'e two-
Bruce (Silky) Sullivan took the point conversion, leaving Michi-

gan with a do or die option if they
did score a touchdown.
When the Wolverines did get the
ball again. Sullivan did his stuff
for the second time, cutting in
front of Clancy and taking the

4erials
on its side all afternoon. "We
think Michigan has one of the
best kickoff return teams in the
nation. This way the ball is tough
to handle. It worked, but we gave
away good field position," stated

ball near the Michigan bench. This Pete.
time his knee touched, but the I1- With their backs against the
lini had the ball. wall, they could come up with the
Last Gasp big play. Backed up to their own
One last gasp came when Rocky ten, they reeled off 90 yards in
Rosema picked up quarterback Bob just three plays, all runs, early in
Naponic's fumble and started the second half. The biggest shot
chugging for the goal line. He had came right from the ten, when
blockers in front of him but -Na- Bill Huston broke away for 66
ponic was behind to latch on and yards over the right side.
drag him down. The opportunity But the Illinois secondary came
died when the Illinois secondary up with the biggest plays of all.
produced their third interception They added three to their league-
of the day. ~leading total of 11 interceptions
Coach Pete Elliott said after the and scored another touchdown.
game that "we got the breaks. We Their passes completed-against
sort of fired up after last week's percentage was tarnished, but even
loss. I was proud of the way they though it took double coverage on
came back." Jack Clancy, they did the job.
The Illini played a careful game.
When they found early in the
game they could run, they stayed Help!
away from the pass. Naponic Anyone interested in joining
faged, handed off quickly and ran The Daily Sports Staff is urged
the option as much as he could. to come to 420 Maynard Street
The holes were there. Naponic had and get acquainted. There's no
to resort to passes only nine times. better way to get to know the
Highly-touted John W r i g h t score at Michigan than by join-
caught only three passes all day ing the staff.
for 23 yards. _________________
Kicked off On Side
The Illini were so careful, in Pro Standings
fact, that they kicked the ball off

Em

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PART II
Regarding drafting of men into the armed forces I would prefer that:
1. All able-bodied males must serve.
2. Only some able-bodied males randomly selected by lottery must
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nois game.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Northwestern at MICHIGAN
(score)
Purdue at Minnesota
Michigan State at Indiana
Wisconsin at Illinois
Ohio State at Iowa
Southern Methodist at Arkansas
Mississippi at Tennessee
Missouri at Oklahoma
Princeton at Yale
California at Army
Georgia at Auburn
Florida State at Syracuse
Texas A&M at Rice
Air Force at North Carolina
Brigham Young at Utah
Iowa State at Kansas State
Washington at Oregon State
Navy at Vanderbilt
Clemson at Maryland
River Falls at Stout State

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Conference
W L T Pet. Pts.
is 7 1 1 .875 212
5 2 1 .714 289
Ld 5 3 0 .625 240
phia 5 4 0 556 187
gton 5 4 0 .556 174
rgh 2 5 1 .286 149
ork 1 6 1 .143117
0 8 0 .000 95

Western Conference
Green Bay 7 2 0 .778 233
Baltimore 6 2 0 .750 213
San Francisco 4 3 1 .571 15
Los Angeles 4 5 0 .444 144
Minnesota 3 4 1 .429 170
Chicago 3 4 1 .429 104
Detroit 2 6 1 .250 121
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Pittsburgh 16, Cleveland 6
Philadelphia 24, Dallas 23
Detroit 10, Chicago 10
Minnesota 20, Green Bay 17
St. Louis 20, New York 17
Baltimore 37, Washington 10
San Francisco 21, Los Angeles 13
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Baltimore at Atlanta
Dallas at Washington
Detroit at Minnesota
New York at Los Angeles
Philadelphia at Cleveland
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
San Francisco at Chicago
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Eastern Conference

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Buffalo 5 3 1 .625 230 187
New York 4 3 1 .571 172 155
Boston 4 3 1 .571 161 166
Houston 3 6 0 .333 230 232
Miami 2 6 0 .250 116 214
Western Division
Kansas City 7 2 0 .778 309 174
San Diego 5 3 1 .625 212 147
Oakland 5 4 0 .556 191 197
Denver 2 7 0 .222 125 274
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Denver 17, Boston 10
Kansas City 24, San Diego 14
Buffalo 29, Miami 0
Oakland 38, Houston 23
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Oakland at San Diego
Miami at Kansas City
Houston at Boston
New York at Buffalo
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