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Yankls Win Pennantt. .. F
YPBy The Associated Press
when they were eliminated by the cinnati wins its first pennant EAST LANSING - A 49-yard
Chicago Cubs, 10-7. since 1961. field goal by bare-foot kicker Dick
Thus, in tomorrow's close-out it In the St. Louis game, the Mets Kenny, an import from Hawaii,
will be the Cards versus the Mets shellacked eight Cardinal pitchers was the killing play yesterday as
at St. Louis and the Phils versus for 17 hits. George Altman started Michigan State upset favored
the Reds at Cincinnati. Should the homer parade, leading off the Southern California 17-7.
the Mets and Phils win, it will second with a blast into the right The loss was sure to dump the
force the first three-way pennant field seats. Trojans, previous conquerors of
playoff in baseball history. It jEd Kr h - Colorado 21-0 and Oklahoma 40-
would be a round-robin affairs go- ing singleo wthearduns1or-14, from their present No. 2 spot
a maimum of fiour ga s Friday night, connected with two in the nation's football power rat-
on in the third. Charlie4Smith was ings.
losses needed to eliminate a team. next, starting the fifth with a Kenny, a sophomore, was mak-
The other possibilities are: homer into the left field bieachers. ing his first appearance in a col-
1) If o t Cards and Reds win, i lege game. His 49 .yard boot with
they'll have a best-of-three play- Bobby Klaus and Joe Christo- his bare foot in the first period
off starting Monday in Cincin- pher closed out the barrage in a set a new MSU record, topping a
nati; 2) If the Cards win and the six-run seventh inning. Klaus con- 47-yard three-pointer by Early
Reds lose, St. Louis will have its nected with two aboard and one Lattimer against Northwestern
first pennant since 1946; 3) If the out later, Christopher rapped the last year.
Reds win and the Cards lose, Cin- ball into the left field bleachers. An early unlucky break seemed
to take the heart out of the USC
attack. Rod Sherman bolted from
Major League Standings the 50 to the MSU end zone in the
Trojan opening series of plays
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE but the print was called back to
W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB the 40 by a clipping penalty
x-New York 99 62 .615 -- Cincinnati 92 69 .571 - against Dave Moton. >
Chicago 97 64 .602 2 St. Louis 92 69 .571 -
Baltimore 97 65 .599 2% Philadelphia 91 70 .565 1 Both teams scored in the third
Detroit 85 77 .525 14Y% San Francisco 90 71 .559 2 quarter, the Spartans on a 46-yard
Los Angeles 81 80 ,.503 18 Milwaukee 87 74 .540 5 drive and USC on an 80-yard
Minnesota 79 82 .491 20 Pittsburgh 80 81 .497 12 m
Cleveland 78 83 .484 21 x-Los Angeles 78 82 .4SS 13 march, their most impressive
Boston 71 90 .441 28 Chicago 75 86 .466 17 showing of the game. Craig Fortig
Washington 62 99 .385 37 x-Houston 66 94 A13 25/ hit Morton for 26 yards in the
Kansas City 57 104 .354 42 New York : 53 108 .329 39 big play of the push. Dave Gar-
x-Clniched pennant. x-Played night game.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS YESTERDAY'S RESULTS rett dove in froh the one in the
New York 8, Cleveland 3 NeW York 15, St. Louis 5 11th play of the series. Clint Jones
Chicago 7, Kansas City 0 Chicago 10, San Francisco 7 scored the MSU TD from the two.
Baltimore 7, Detroit 6 (10 inn) Milwaukee 11, Pittsburgh 5 Michigan State put the. game
Boston 7, Washington 0 Houston at Los Angeles (inc) away with slightly more than five
Miinesota 5, Los Angeles 3 Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMES minutes to go. Harry Ammon
Cleveland at New York New-York at St. Louis threw 23 yards to Gene Washing-
Washington at Boston Phiiadelphia at Cincinnati tni h n oe
Kansas City at Chicago Pittsburgh at Milwaukee tOn* in the end Zone
Los Angeles at Minnesota Chicago at San Francisco
Only games scheduled Houston at Los Angeles
COLUMBUS-Halfback Arnoldl
Chonko intercepted three last-.
quarter passes on the goal line
yesterday to halt Indiana scoring
this Sunday threats and Ohio State escaped
with a 17-9 Big Ten Conference
10:30 a.m OUR CASTLES OF Chonko's interceptions, one on
the four-yard line, a second in the
LONELINESS end zone, and another on the two,
SColvin Malefyt, Speaking gave him a total of five for two
THE DAY THEY They were the big difference as
7'00 *.M. RAZ the Hoosiers attempted to break
NEVER FORGET a 12-game no-victory s t r i n g
against the fifth-ranked Bucks.
Dr. Sidney Correll, F.R.G.S., Tom Nowatzke, the Hoosier full-
Photographer and Reporter back who led the Big Ten in rush-
ing last year, booted a record 50-
REFORMED CHURCH yard field goal midway through
'the first period and the Hoosiers
E. Huron--by Rackham Auditorium were off in front.
Ohio, its ground game stalled,
--- --------- - - took thenlead in the second period
on Don Unverferth's 24-yard!
scoring pass to Bob Stock Funkl
added. a 24-yard field goal 20
fILI:I1WJI...U\.. 1..' .t1 seconds before the half.

an State Upsets Southern

in te fourth quarter that closed
with the 28-yard field goal. I
* * *
Purdue Dumped
SOUTH BEND -Notre Dame's
Fighting Irish, responding to
John Huarte's daring quarter-
backing, smashed Purdue's Boiler-
makers 34-15 yesterday for their,
'second straight conquest of a Fig
-Ten football rival
The home debut of new Coach
Ara Parseghian proved the new
Irish were for real as they follow-
ed their 3t-7 conquest of Wiscon-
sin wvth an even more devastat-
ing mauling of Purdue.
'Trailing 7-0 after Purdue scored
on its first drive in the first quar-
ter. Huarte led the Irish to two
second quarter touchdowns and al
14-7 halftime lead.
Huarte ignited the Irish with
his accurate passing, twice lop-
ping short touchdown passes as
the Boilermakers bunched for goal
line stands.
Again Huarte's chief target was'
end Jack Snow, who grabbed six
passes for 82 Yards, including a
20 yard scoring flip which moved
Notre Dame ahead 14-7 in the
seccnd period.
The Irish scored their third
touchdown on a blocked punt in
which two sophomores ollaborat-
ed. Kevin Hardy blocked a Purdue
part and Alan Page scooped up
the ball and streaked 47 yards for
a touchdown.
In the fourth period, the Irish
gambled on a fourthmdown and
four situation and made it on
Purdue's 29 to set up a 23-yard
scoring dash by reserve back;
Peter Andreotti.
The fifth Irish touchdown also
came in the closing period when
Snow's 70-yard quick kick was
touched by the Purdue receiver
and Noter Dame got the ball on1
the Boilermaker three. On the
next play, Huarte .sflipped a
touchdown. pass to halfback Nick
** *

j Washington halfback Ron Med-
ved ignited a comeback in the sec-
ond period with his running and
kicking that pushed the West
Coast team in front 18-14 at. the
Medved scored on a 12-yard run,
kicked an extra point and tooted
a 31-yard field goal in the surge.
It went for naught when Iowa
converted Washington errors into
a pair of fourth-period touch-
downs that dropped the Huskies'
season record to one victory and
two losses.
Iowa drove 46 yards in seven
plays after intercepting Bill Doug-
las' pass, with Snook capping the
march with a six-yard touchdown
The Hawkeyes clinched the vic-
tory when Snook leaped over
from the one to end a 26-yard
drive, which started when Rick
Redman bobbled a snapback on a
fourth down punt try.
* * *
Gophers over Bears
{ BERKELEY - Minnesota quar-
terback John Hankinson tossed
two touchdown passes yesterday
in leading the Gophers to an up-
set 26-20 victory over the Call-
fornia Bears.
Gopher \ fullback Mike Reid
contributed field goals of 33 and
29 yards, the final touchdown and
two conversions as California,
favored by a touchdown, lost to a
Big Ten team for the 12th straight
The Bears, trailing 19-13 with
four minutes to play, gambled on
a fourth and three situation on
their 28, but Craig Morton's pass
over center went incomplete.
' Minnesota immediately took ad-
vantage and in five plays clinched
the victory as Reid plunged over
from the one.
Morton whipped California back
65 yards in 10 plays, including a
46-yard pass to Jerry Bradley.
Tom Blanchfield plunged over for
the score.
Hankinson, who hit his first
six aerials, without a miss, threw
touchdown passes of 30 yards to
Kent Kramer and five yards to
Aaron Brown.
Conference AllGames
W L W L Pts. OP
Illinois 1 0 2 0 37 20
Ohio State ; 1 0 2 0 44 17
Michigan 0 0 2 0 45 7
Iowa 00 2 062 42
Michigan State 0 0 1 1 32 28
Purdue 0 0 1j1 32 34
Wisconsin 0 0 1 1 24 38
Minnesota 0 0 1 1 47 46
Northwestern 1 1 2 1 27 33
Indiana 0 2 0 2 22 31

--Associated Press
leaps over teammate Paul Johnson (52) as he tries to elude MSU
players Don Brerowicz (65) and James Summers (20). He picked
up 20 yards on the play, but Michigan State went on to score a
17-7 upset victory over the Trojans. A key play occurred early in
the contest when bare-foot kicker Dick Kenny set a new MSU
record by kicking a 49-yard field goal. The loss will-drop Southern
Cal from their No. 2 spot in the national rankings.

Bo Rein scored on a three-yard
plunge for the Bucks late in the
third period for a 17-3 lead, but
that was the last gasp for Ohio.
The Bucks didn't make a first
down the rest of the way.
In the tense fourth period, In-
diana drove from its 26 to Ohio's
17, but Chonko intercepted to halt
the drive. The Hoosiers came back
and quarterback Rich Badar threw,
to end Rudy Kuechenberg for a
five-yard touchdown. A try for a
two-point conversion failed.
*~ * *
Illinois Triumphs
EVANSTON - Fred Custardo
rifled a 33-yard touchdown pass,
set up another with, a 44-yard;
completion and booted a 28-yard'
field goal to launch defending
champion Illinois' Big Ten foot-

ball campaign with a 17-6 victory
over Northwestern yesterday,
Northwestern's Tom Myers was
overshadowed by the junior quar-
terback of the third-ranked Illini.
But the senior Wildcat was cred-
ited with a 78-yard touchdown


Muskeg Fall


pass to Ron Rector In the third IOWA CITY--Cary bnook pow-
period that matched ,the longest ered Iowa to a 28-18 upset of
in the university's history Washington yesterday with pass-
He shot the ball five yards near ing that riddled the defense of the
the flat to Rector, who snared it nation's 10th - ranked football
and galloped the reniaining 73. team.
Custardo put Illinois ahead 7-0 The rangy Iowa quarterback
in the second quarter on a scoring tossad two touchdown passes and
pass to Sam Price. scored on a plunge in a comeback
Custardo's 44-yard pass to Bob that sends Iowa into Big Ten ac-
Trumnny highlighted a 74-yard tion next week with a perfect
touchdown drive in the third per- record.
tod. Price capped it with an end Snook completed 19 of 32 passes
slant from the 10. for 215 yards. He hit on 8 of 12 in
A 22-yard Custardo-to-Trumpny the first quarter for 110 yards and
aerial supported a 59-yard drive, propelled Iowa to a 14-0 lead.,

Texas Wins on Late Tallies

1. Now that we're 21 we have
a lot more responsibility.
Now we make the decisions.
S. Your decision should be based
on what the candidate stands for.
For example, does your man's
fiscal policy square with your
philosophy on the matter?
I hope not. I never
could handle money.
5. Let me give you a piece of
advice tat will help you
off to a good start.,
rd sure appreciate it.

Right. And this year we have
a big decision to make-who
gets our vote for President.
I've already decided
to vote for the candidate
of my choice.
4. Then how do you expect to go
out into the world, support a
wife, raise children, and be a
two-car family?
I wish I knew.

By The Associated Press
AUSTIN, Tex.-Mighty Texas,
scored on for the first time this
season, tore a possible upset from
Army's grasp and defeated the
Cadets 17-6 last night, protecting
the Longhorns No. 1 national rat-
ing in college football.
It was the 14th consecutive vic-
tory for Texas, last year's national
champions, extending a winning
streak which began with the first
game of the 1963 season.
But it wasn't easy.
Not until the fourth quarter
when 220-pound tailback Ernie
Koy cracked Army's defenses for
two touchdowns were the Long-,
horns able to grab the victory.
Army, its brilliant quarterback
Carl Stichweh running wild, stun-
ned Texas with a quick first quar-
ter touchdown and almost had an-
other in the second period when
Stichweh crossed Texas' goal line
on a 71-yard sprint, which was
rubbed ou$ by a clipping penalty
at the Texas 11.
* * *
Missouri, Upset
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Oklahoma
State's young upstarts stunned
Missouri 10-7 yesterday with an
inspired defense plus Glen Bax-
ter's 65-yard touchdown pass to
little Larry Elliott and Charles
Durkee's 49-yard field goal.
Durkee's winning field goal
came with 10 seconds left in the

first half after Jack Jacobson
stole a pass by Missouri's Gary
Lane. The Cowboys stopped Mis-
souri through the last half with a
hard driving defense.
Ken Boston's 95-yard run with
a pass interception gave Missouri
an early 7-0 lead, but OSU storm-
ed back on Baxter's passing, the
running of Garrison and the 155-
pound Elliott.
* * *
Columbia Dropped
PRINCETON, N.J. -- A pair of
61-yard runs by Cosmo lacavazzi
the first two times he carried the
ball enabled Princeton to with-
stand a record-breaking passing
attack by Columbia's Archie Rob-
erts and defeat the Lions 23-13
yesterday. It was an Ivy League
opener for both teams.r
Iacavazzi, cracking the mitUe.
from the Tigers' new I-formation,
bolted 61 yards for a touchdown
early in the first period. He next
carried early in the second quar-
ter, breaking away on the same'
play from his 16 to the Columbia'
23 to set up the tally that put
Princeton ahead to stay. He scored
the final touchdown on a one-
yard dive.
* * *
Nebraska Triumphs
AMES, Iowa-Nebraska opened
defense of its Big Eight Confer-
ence football title yesterday with
a 14-7 victory over Iowa State.

Short touchdown runs by Kent
McCloughan and Bob Churchich
sent the undefeated Cornhuskers
to a 14-0 lead early in the third
Iowa State's touchdown came on
Tony Baker's 58-yard run four
plays after the Huskers' second
MICHIGAN 21, Navy 0
Illinois 17.Northwestern 6
Ohio State 17, Indiana 9
Iowa 28, Washington is
Michigan State 17, Southern Cal 7
Minnesota 26, California 20
Notre Dame 34, Purdue 15
Brown 3, Pennsylvania 0
Texas 17, Army 6
Wyoming 17, Kansas 14
Kentucky 20, Auburn 0
Georgia Tech 14, Clemson 7
LSU-Florida (postponed)
Mississippi 31, Houston 7
Oregon 22, Penn St. 14
North Carolina State 14, Maryland 13
Wichita-Arizona St. (Inc)
Washington St.-Arizona (Inc)
Princeton 23, Columbia 13
Michigan Union 12, Michigan Daily 0
Syracuse 34, Holy Cross 8
Arkansas 24, Texas Christian 6
Slippery Rock 39, Shippensburg 28
Nebraska 14, Iowa State 7
Memphis State 13, Tampa 0
North Texas St. 22, Louisville 0
Oklahoma St. 10, Missouri 7
Citadel 28, Davidson 0
Massachusetts 24, Buffalo 22
Air Force 14, Colorado St. 6
Colgate 8, Cornell 3
Miami (O) 35, Western Michigan 0
Bucknell 24, Harvard 21
Villanova 27, VMI 7
Kansas St. 16, Colorado 14
Yale 54, Lehigh 0
Florida St. 36, New Mexico 0
Rutgers 9, Connecticut 3
North Carolina 23, Wake Forest 0
Rice 24, West Virginia 0
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