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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13,

THE MICHIGANDAILY SUNDAY NOVEMBER 13

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Winning

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was supplied by reserve halfback
John Kowalik who crashed over
from the three. It was just one
of three impressive runs by soph-
omore Kowalik, who was convert-
ed from an end position earlier
this fall.
On the conversion attempt full-
back Guy DeStefano went off
right tackle for the two points,
but a Michigan player was de-
tected holding and the Wolver-
ines were penalized back to the
17.
Circus Catch
However, this did not deter the
'new' Wolverines. Senior quarter-
back Don Hannah calmly dropped
back and fired a pass tp end Jim
Zubkus who somehow caught the
ball with two Hoosier defenders
draped about him.
In the first half, however, the
21 point underdog Hoosiers bat-
tled the Wolverines to a near
standstill. Indiana upset hopes
rose in the first quarter when
sophomore halfback Mike Lopa
skirted his own left end behind
perfect blocking, cut back across,,
the center and went 53 yards for
a touchdown. A shocked collec-
tion of Michigan fans watched
Wayne Nichols' kick make the
score 7-0.
The Wolverines were unable to
score until midway in the sec-

"end quarter when they marched
88 yards in eight plays.
On this series of plays the Wol-
verines Wing T worked to perfec-
tion.. It was McRae off tackle
for five, Tureaud over center for
10 and McRae on a double re-
verse gained 16. Fitzgerald then
went off tackle for 19, the last
five of which was accomplished
with an Indiana tackler on his
back.
Two more runs by McRae ,and
Fitzgerald brought the ball to the
Indiana 30. From there, Glinka
passed to Scott'Maentz on the
three, and the big right end
crashed past two defenders to
score.
Michigan added two points on a
Glinka-Fitzgerald pass to make
the score 8-7. And it stayed that
way until the second half when
Michigan's aggressive play led
the way to a pleasant conclusion
of the home footbal season.

Senior Swan Soi
Michigan
FIRST DOWNS 21
Rushing 15
Passing 5
Penalty 1
TOTAL NO. RUSHES 62
NET YARDS-Rushing 295
Passing 140
FORWARD PASSES
ATTEMPTED 20
Completed 6.,
Intercepted by 2}
Yards interceptions
returned 22
TOTAL PLAYS (Rushes
and Passes) 82
Punts, Number 4
Average distance 41
KICKOFFS, returned by 2
YARDS KICKS RET. 123
Punts 63
Kickoffs 60
FUMBLES, Number 2
Bal Lost by 2
PENALTIES, Number 6
Yards penalized 60

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Indiana
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Big Ten Standings

CONFERENCE

ALL GAMES

BIG TEN LEADER-Senior halfback Gary McNitt's interception against Indiana gives him the
conference lead with four. McNitt closes out his collegiate career next Saturday in the traditional
battle against Ohio State.

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

WL!
5 1
4 1
3 2,
3 2
23
2 4
2'4
2 4
1 4
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0
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Pet. Pts. OP
.833 163 69
.800 79 43
.600 122 83
.600 87 96
.400 52 64
.333 73N89
.333 99 111
.333 82 144
.200 46 84
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7 1
71
6 2
5 2
5 3
5 3
3 4
4 4
4 4
1 6

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Pet. Pts. OP
.875 206 108
.875 195 64
.750 204 90
.714 150 103
.625 133 67
.625 133 103
.428 177 151
.500 141 157
.500 93 96
.147 63 205

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Canadiens Beat Wings 4-2 for First

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Boston's
fast-moving Jones boys, Sam and
K. C., rallied the Celtics in the
second period for a 131-124 Na-
tional Basketball Association vic-
tory over the Los Angeles Lakers.
Lost in the scrambling contest
was the brilliant 45-point per-
formance by Los Angeles' Elgin
Baylor supported by rookie Jerry
West's 27.
Syracuse 128, New York 117
SYRACUSE-Dolph Schayes hit
34 points and Hal Greer 32 to
pace the Syracuse Nationals to
a 128-117 victory over the New
York Knickerbockers in a Nation-
al Basketball Association game last
night.
The Knicks led by substantial
margins several times in the first
half but the Nats snapped out
of their cold shooting to score 42
points to New York's 20 in the
third period for a 92-80 lead.
The Nats' 42 points were their
highest home court effort ever in
the third period.
* . .
St. Louis 107, Philadelphia 105
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis
Hawks edged Philadelphia 107-105
in a see-saw National Basketball
Association game last night, hand-
ing the Warriors their first de-
feat of the season after nine
straight victories.
The Warriors lost despite a 42-
point game by Wilt Chamberlain.
Philadelphia, with possession of
the ball out of bounds and three
seconds left, had a chance- to tie

it, but Guy Rodgers' pass in-
tended for Chamberlain was bat-
ted toward mid-court by Dave
Piontek and time ran out.
Clyde Lovelette's 40-foot set
shot with 1:40 left gave the Hawks
a 105-103 lead. Bob Pettit's re-
bound goal with 43 seconds left
put the Hawks four points up, be-
fore Rodgers hit a Jumper.
Scores
GRID PICKS
MICHIGAN 29, Indiana 7
Ilinois 35, Wisconsin 14
Iowa 35, Ohio State 12
Purdue 23, Minnesota 14
Michigan State 21, Northwestern 18
Missouri 41, Oklahoma 19
Kansas 34, Colorado 6
Army 7, Pittsburgh 7 (tie)
Yale 43, Princeton 22
Auburn 9, Georgia 6
Clemson 12, South Carolina 2
Florida 21, Tulane 7
Alabama 16, Georgia Tech 15
Mississippi 24, Tennessee 3
Maryland 22, North Carolina 19
Duke 34, Wake Forest 7
Rice 21, Texas A. & M. 14
Texas 3, TCU 2
Baylor 35, Southern Cal 14
UCLA 22, Air Force 0
OTHER GAMES
Detroit 13, Villanova 7
Navy 41, Virginia 6
Penn State 33, Holy Cross X
Harvard 22, Brown 9
Boston C. 23, Boston U. 14
Dartmouth,20, Cornell 0
Syracuse 46, Colgate 6
Columbia 16, Penn 6
Kentucky 49, Xavier 0
Arkansas 26, SMU 3
Iowa State 20, Kansas State 7
Oklahoma State 7, Nebraska 6
Oregon State 25, Stanford 21
Washington State 18, Idaho 7
Oregon 20, West Virginia 6
Miami 25, Notre Dame 21
LSU 7, Mississippi St. 3

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