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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1966

PG IX

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POTOR SERVKEurdue Gr
ECHAM, A.M.I. Mech.E.
:f Experience By The Associated Press Illini Invincible
oregn arsMINNEAPOLIS - Bob Griese, CHAMPAIGN-Illinois, charged
oreign Cars Purdue's do-it-all, kicked afieldbyhA Bob Naponic-John Wright
SH MECHANICS goal and passed for a touchdown passing matchine, sent six differ-
yesterday, leading the Boilermak- ent players to touchdowns yester-
ers to a 16-0 victory over Minne- day to crush fumbling Wisconsin
sota and virtually clinching Pur-
11 foreign cars due's first trip to the Rose Bowl. It pushed the Illini to a 4-2 Big'
The victory gave Purdue a 5-1 Ten record.
0 Big Ten record. With conference The Illini converted four fum-
champion Michigan State inelig- bles and an interception into
;e for anything ible for a repeat appearance in touchdowns and had the Badgers
Pasadena, the Boilermakers now buried 29-0 at halftime.
n stock are within a formality of going to The Badgers, sinking to 1-4-1 in
the bowl. the conference, ran their season
* Minnesota, which entered the total to 21 on fumble loses and 14
game with a chance at the roses, on interceptions.
MOTOR SERV Ecouldn't cope with Purdue's de- Jim Stotz booted a 27-yard field
fense and penetrated the Boiler-# goal in the first quarter and the
. & maker 20-yard line only once. Illini exploded for four touch-
reign Car Service Griese booted a 30-yard field downs in the second.
goal late in the first quarter and Tony Pleviak's capture of Wayne
ANN ARBOR, MICH. passed Purdue to a touchdown in fTodd's bobble on the Wisconsin
the third period. He hit five of 49 set up the first. Naponic hit
e 663-5403 five passes for 54 yards in a 69- RonBess on a 39-yard aerial and
+ yard Boilermaker march, tossing Bess eventually smashed the final
Next to 13 yards to Jim Beirne for a one.
the ttouchdown. * *
Stre Then the Purdue defense block-
Party Store ed a Gopher punt midway through IOWA CITY-Ohio Statedspot-
the fourth quarter to wrap it up. ted a fourth quarter touchdown,
_ roared back for one of its own,
then choked off an Iowa drive Just
nine yards short of a touchdown
for a 14-10 victory yesterday.
Iowa started its last ditch drive
after the Buckeyes had gone
® N EYE 0ahead for the second time on
Ix j quarterback. Bill Long's two-yard
pass to halfback Bo Rein in the
r 0 7 end zone with 5:20 left in the
game.
The Hawks' scrambling sopho-
more quarterback, Ed Podolak, al-
most singlehandedly guided his
team from Iowa's 29 to a first and
goal situation on the OSU nine
)hn Meyer of Norwich Fashions ;with only a little more than a
minute left.
But then four straight Podolak
passes failed. Two were over the
Iheads of receivers, one was drop-
ped and the fourth was inter-
SuburbanCasuals cepted.
ARBORLAND SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
HOWARD KOHN

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Spartans, Irish Romp into Dream Game

37.19

BLOOMINGTON (R) - Jimmy'
Raye brought Michigan State to
life with his passes in the second
quarter and the Spartans over-
whelmed Indiana 37-19 yesterday
to wrap up the Big Ten football
championship.
The victory gave Michigan State
its second straight crown and per-
fect conference season.
The Spartans played dead for
the first 10 minutes of the game
and then managed to grind out a
7-0 first quarter lead on the'
ground.
Raye went to the air and com-'
pleted six passes without a miss
in the second period, five of them
in two sequences that paid off,
with touchdown tosses of eight
yards to Dwight Lee and 29 yards!
to Al Brenner.
Frank Stavroff of Indiana broke
the Big Ten passing record wth
316 yards on 23 of 36 passes. Two
went for touchdowns. Gary Snook'
of Iowa set the record at 310 yards.
Barefooted Dick Kenney of'
Michigan State kicked a 27-yard
field goal on the last play of the
first half and missed a 57-yard!
attempt in the third period, the
ball hitting the left goal post.
The rugged Michigan State de-
fense held Indiana to minus 10
yards rushing.
Clint Jones spearheaded the
Spartans' powerful running game,
gaining 97 yards in 20 carries.
Sophomore Regis Cavender got
their ground touchdowns on two'
runs of 14 and 8 yards.

3 64-0
SOUTH BEND (M)-Nick Eddy's
77-yard touchdown scamper on
the game's second play ignited a
43-point first-half explosion which
carried top-ranked Notre Dame to
a 64-0 football rout of error-
stricken Duke yesterday.
In storming to their eighth vic-
tory, the Fighting Irish impres-
sively tuned up for their big show-
down with second-ranked Mich-
igan State next Saturday with a
'sharp display of passing, speed
and alertness.
Notre Dame scored three touch-
downs in each of the first two
quarters as Duke quickly unravel-
ed after Eddy's 77-yard scoring
sprint touched off the massacre.
Most important to the Irish was
the return to form of star split-
end Jim Seymour, who missed two
previous games because of a
wrenched ankle and who figures
to be a big threat against Mich-
igan State.
Seymour grabbed three Terry
Hanratty tosses for 37 yards, in-
cluding a 10-yard scoring flip. It
was Seymour's sixth touchdown
grab of the season.
TOP TEN:
How They Fared

Next Week: George Webster vs. Nick Eddy

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Saturday'
GRID SELECTIONS
MICHIGAN 28, Northwestern 20
Purdue 16, Minnesota 0
Michigan State 37, Indiana 19
Illinois 49, Wisconsin 14
Ohio State 14, Iowa 0
Arkansas 22, SMU 0
Mississippi 14, Tennessee 7
Missouri 10, Oklahoma 7
Princeton 13, Yale 7
Army 6, California 3
Georgia 21, Auburn 13
Syracuse 37, Florida State 21
Texas A & M 7, Rice6
Air Force 20, North Carolina 14
Brigham Young 35, Utah 13
Iowa State 30, Kansas State 13
Oregon State 24, Washington 13
Navy 30, Vand(%bilt 14
Clemson 14, Maryland 10
River Falls 28, Stout State 7

r' Scores
OTHER SCORES
Florida 31, Tulane 10
Colorado 35, Kansas 18
Texas 13, Texas Christian 3
Baylor 29, Texas Tech 14
Columbia 22, Pennsylvania 14
Dartmouth 32, Cornell 23
Harvard 24, Brown 7
So. Mississippi 7, No. Carolina St. 6
Utah State 27, San Jose State 7
North Texas State 30, Wichita St. 13
Tulsa 13, Montana State 10
Arizona 28, Washington 18
Idaho 40, Montana 6
New Mexico State 47, New Mexico 12
Rhode Island 0, Connecticut 0 (tie)
Houston 56, Kentucky 18
Wake Forest 21, Memphis State 7
NHL SCORES
Detroit 3, Toronto 3 (tie)
New York 6, Montreal 3
NBA SCORES
New York 134, Baltimore 124
Philadelphia 112, Cincinnati 98
St. Louis at Cincinnati (Ie)
Detroit at Los Angeles (Inc)
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1. Notre Dame 8-0
(beat Duke ,64-0)
2. Michigan State 9-0
(heat Indiana, 37-19)
3. Alabama 8-0
(beat South Carolina, 24-0)
4. Nebraska 9-0
(beat Oklahoma State 21-6)
5. Georgia Tech 9-0
(beat Penn. State, 21-0)
6. Arkansas 8-1
(beat SMU, 22-0)
7. Southern Cal 7-1
(did not play)
8. UCLA 8-1
(beat Stanford, 10-0)
9. Georgia 8-1
(beat Auburn, 21-13)
10. Tennessee 5-3
(lost to Mississippi, 14-7)

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