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PAGE SX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1964

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PAGE STX TUE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1,1964

NATIhN1LddiJs)UP:
shA~ Middies, 40=0

Purdue Downs

Illinois;

OSU ins

By The Associated Press

By he Assciated Pies
PHILADELPHIA --Unbaten
Notre Dame. raked No 2 in he
nation; rolled to its sixt siaht
victory yestea a 0 romp
over Na that i ded the
touchdown passs by John Huarte,
The score equalled Notre Dae s
1949 rout of te Middies h mot
lopsided in the 38-game series.
Jack Snow Hart s favor
target and sum r pit r-
ad-catch a tAaem Calf.
grabibedtw scr? E.sss Th
fleet split en t
tying Jim ,elysIihsao
record of 41 ons.
Coach Ara Parseghian's Iris
shut out Rogr S taubach, it
year's All-Amrica quartback
who has been handicaped by an
injured left hl. H erSau-
bach compled 19 of i a
naval academy r::erd
Notre Damne struck quicky in
the second perid for thre toch-
downs afte a scrle firt quar-
ter. Huarte tossedasre pas to
Nick Eddy h wen 7
behind a covey ofC blockrs tha
included everyody but Prse-
ghian.
Then Huarte hit Snow wih a
55-yard bomb. ill Wo'ska crash-
ed over from the one a 44-
yard Huartto-Snow pass et up
the score.
The Irish stuc to th ground
mos1 of the ay i cond alf,
marching 7 o 0 runnin
plays befoe oe Frrell plunge
over from the one early in the
third period.
Snow abbe more passes
in a fourth e rive t ha end-
ed with a mmuart~ Ssnow toss
into the end n o sen yards.
Dennis Conwa add e sixth
and last TD.

Coruhuskers Hustle
I INCOLN, Neb.-Fifth-ranked
Nebraska broke open a brutal and
scoreless defensive battle with a
((fety and touchdown in the final
uaer against fired-up Missouri
yerday for a 9-0 Big Eight foot-
ball triumph.
Sophomore end Langston Cole-
n roke the ice by tackling
Missouri quarterback Gary Lane
in his own end zone with the
Inal quarter less than three min-
utsold.
Se ve minutes later, with Ne-
braska in possession on Missouri's
3 Cornhusker quarterback Bob
Churchich faded back to pass,
hook off one tackler and hurled a
high arching throw to halfback
'ent CcCloughan. The senior half-
back had to escape a tackler then
got a key block from tackle Larry
Kramer and cut across field for
a touchdown.
The victory ran Nebraska's
string to 14 games, longest in the
nation among major colleges. The
Huskerc s are 7-0 for the season,
4-0 in the Big Eight. Missouri is
4-3 for the season, 2-2 in the loop.
So vicious was the defensive play
on both sides that four long-range
field goal tries were the only scor-
ing threats of consequence until
the final quarter. Missouri's Bill
Bates attempted field goals of 40,
50 and 51 yards, and Nebraska's
Duncan Drum tried a 40-yarder.
S * *
Georgia Tech Rolls
DURHAM, N. C. - Halfback
Terry Haddock scored two touch-
downs as Georgia Tech ripped
Duke's defenses for a 21-8 football
victory yesterday to keep Tech
unbeaten and enhance its bowl
bid chances.
Orange Bowl and Sugar Bowl
rersentatives were among the
crowd of 45,000 who watched
eihth-ranked Georgia Tech play

near flawless ball and capitalize on LAFAYETTE - Sophomore Bob
Duke errors in win ng its seventh Griese of Purdue laced Illinois into
Dukeror na straightjacket with needle-sharp
vito rwa.s Duke's first loss after passes in the first half and the
Boilermakers hung on to beat the
four victories and a tie. Duke, Illini yesterday, 26-14.
which drove to Georgia Tech's 27, ------ ----- ----
23 and 27 in the first half, finally'
scored in the last quarter when theB
Blue Devils marched 991/2 yards
Scotty Glacken hit end ChuckO
Drulis with an eight-yard pass for
the score.

Purdue stayed at the top of the failed on a try for a two-point'
Big Ten football standings on a conversion yesterday to let top-
4-0 record and virtually rubbed ranked Ohio State salvage a 21-19
out Illini hopes for a second victory and remain in a tie for
straight conference title by tag- the Big Ten football lead.
ging them with their second loss. The Buckeyes, who turned two
Purdue scored three touchdowns Iowa errors into touchdowns and
in the first 18 mintues of play. electrified the crowd with a touch-
Two came in the first quarter on down in three plays in the third
marches of 60 and 55 yards during quarter, stopped Gary Snook's
which Griese hit seven passes extra point run eight inches shortC
without a miss. of the goal for their sixth straight
Futile Comeback triumph.
Illinois forged back on the pass- Iowa had blocked an Ohio State
ing of Fred Custardo and running punt on the Buckeye 12 earlier in
of Jim Grabowski and Ron Acks the fourth quarter but failed to
and made it a battle in the second gain.

Georgia Tech went 51 yards for
a touchdown early in the first
period after recovering a fumble
by Duke's Mike Curtis.
Tech made it 14-0 in the second

Federations
By The Associated Press

J
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3

period when Haddock raced over The National Collegiate Ath-
from the Duke three to end a 75- letic Association received a sharp
yard drive. Halfback John Gre- rebuke from the National Associa-
sham sparked the march with tion of Intercollegiate Athletics
runs of 35 and 17 yards. on the eve of the NCAA council
Haddock took the second half meetings in New York.
kickoff and ran 55 yards to Duke's A. O. Duer, executive secretary
34. Seven plays later fullback Jeff of the NAIA, which represents'
Davis went over from the one. 475 member colleges and small
* * * universities, issued a statement
Texas Smothers SMU from Kansas City yesterday, which
AUSTIN, Tex-Texas, sluggish read:
AUoffesIex-Tbacko sruggeh "We are in complete support of
on offense, fell back on its rugged the AAU and the democratic steps
defense yesterday to fight off which have been taken by this fine
Southern Methodist 7-0 in a organization to bring a return to
Southwest Conference football unity among sports organizations
game. L within the United States.
The sixth-ranked Longhorns - "No useful purpose may be ac-
tercepted four SMU passes to complished by the threatened boy-
thwart the lowly Ponies, whose cotts of track and field meets and
only victory this season was over the threat that the track and field
Arlington State. federation will test its strength
It was Texas' second straight by withholding NCAA athletes
triumph after losing to Arkansas from certain meets, beginning with
14-13 and falling from the top spot the indoor season."
among college football teams Oct. In New York, the NCAA meet-
17. ings begin this afternoon, \with
Texas' lone score came in the the four sports federations - in
second period when 220-pound track and field, baseball, basket-
tailback Ernie Koy drove in from ball and gymnastics-scheduled to
SMU's two-yard-line. David Con- report to the 18-man policy-mak-
way booted the extra point, his ing council of the NCAA.
15th straight and the team's 43rd The post-Olympic recommenda-
consecutive conversion. tions of the U.S. Track and Field
Federation probably will include
f making a renewed effort to seek
international recognition for the
~ 4 federations.
ar JyecC U $ The council will also hear the
§ report of the committee on infrac-
of Tweeds, § tions, consider the legislation to
propose to the NCAA convention
it'nerbunds- §this winter, and consider the
Shirts. operation of summer baseball
Sprograms.

half.
Purdue got the clincher with
91 seconds left after Illinois
punter George Donnelly threw a
short pass on a fourth-and-10
from his own end zone.
End Bob Hadrick set a Purdue
record by catching eight passes.
The big one was a 13-yarder for
the second Boilermaker touch-
down.
OSU Edges Iowa
IOWA CITY - Explosive Iowa
scored with two seconds left but

Four Minutes
With four minutes left, Iowa
drove to the Ohio State two-yard
line and called four running plays
without a huddle. Craigh Nourse
finally cracked over on fourth
down with two seconds td play.
On the try for a tie, Snook
rolled to the left and was stopped
by Ohio State's Dwight Kelley,
who earlier had blocked an Iowa
extra point kick.
The finish was no more exciting
than the start, when Ohio State's
Steve Dreffer intercepted Snook's
pass on the first play after the

opening kickoff and raced 36
yards for a touchdown.
The second Buckeye score, a
two-yard run by Don Unverferth,
came after Iowa's Dalton Kimble
had fumbled on the Hawkeyes'
15-yard line.
In First Half
Both Iowa touchdowns in the
first half also were set up by mis-
cues. Snook scored on a two-yard
run in the first quarter after
Dreffer bobbled a punt snapback
on the Ohio State 39, and late
in the second period Snook passed
30 yards to Karl Noonan for a
touchdown after Ohio State's Wil-
lard Sander fumbled on the Buck-
eye 30.
But Ohio State took a 14-13 lead
into the third quarter when Kelley
blocked Gary Simpson's extra
point after the second Iowa touch-
down, and the Buckeyes widened
the gap with a ferocious assault
after the intermission.
Michigan State Wins
MADISON - Michigan State's
Steve Juday picked apart Wiscon-
sin's secondary and sent halfback
Dick Gordon roaring for 199 yards
yesterday inleading the Spartans
to a 22-6 Big Ten football victory.
Helped by an alert defense
which picked off three Wisconsin
aerials in the first two periods,
Juday directed the Spartans to a
16-0 halftime lead as he blended
his aerial show with hard running
by Gordon, Clinton Jones and
Eddie Cotton.
Judaywmade sophomorevend
Gene Washington his favorite
target on a 76-yard scoring march
started late in the first quarter.
Washington hauled in three tosses
for 43 yards before Jones covered
the final four strides with an end
sweep.
Don Japinga intercepted a pass
and was pushed out of bounds at
the Michigan State one in stop-
ping a Wisconsin penetration
midway through the second per-
iod. Juday promptly pulled his
mates out of danger with a 33-
yard pass to Washington and the
Spartans moved downfield to set
up a 25-yard field goal by bare-
footed kicker Dick Kenney.
With 62 seconds left in the half,
the Spartans struck again. A
double penalty nullified a Wis-
consin interception and Gordon
then took off on a 74-yard touch-
down jaunt. Gordon broke through
the line, cut right and danced
along the sidelines before picking
up blockers. He then reversed his
field and raced into the end zone.
Indiana Shutout
BLOOMINGTON - Minnesota
put together John Hankinson's
hot potato passing and a pass
interception for a 21-0dBig Ten
football victory over Indiana yes-
terday.
Hankinson, who passes quickly,
pro-style, threw to Kenny Last
for a 27-yard touchdown play in
the third quarter. The same com-
bination and a 15-yard Hankin-
son run set up a one-yard touch-
down plunge by fullback Mike
Reid early in the final quarter.
KO Blow
The Gophers knocked the Hoos-
iers out later in the fourth period

when guard Tim Wheeler picked
off a pass by Indiana's Rich Badar
and carried it 36 yards to the
Hoosier one-yard line. Fred Farth-
ing powered over the line plays
later.
Reid had a perfect day, kicking
all three extra points for the
Gophers.
What little satisfaction the In-
diana homecoming crowd of 33,000
got from the game was purely
statistical.
Halfback Bruce Ellwanger of
Indiana intercepted two of Hank-
inson's passes after the Minnesota
first-year quarterback had thrown
93 without losing one.
End Bill Malinchak of the
Hoosiers caught seven passes for
32 this season, a school record, and
a career total of 56, also best ever
for an Indiana receiver.
'M' Skating
Rink Card
The following is this week's
public skating schedule for the
Michigan ice rink:
Sunday, Nov. 1-3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 2-10 a.m. to 12 noon
Tuesday, Nov. 3-10 a.m. to 12 noon
Wednesday, Nov. 4-10 a.m. to 12 noon
and 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 5-10 a.m. to 12 noon
Friday, Nov. 6-8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 7-8:30 p.m. to 10:30
p.m.
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MINNESOTA'S JOHN HANKINSON winds up for a pass. Hankin-
son threw a 27-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Last in the third
quarter, and set up another score with a 15-yard pass, also to
Last. Minnesota downed the Indiana Hoosiers yesterday, 21-0,
scoring all their points in the second half of play.

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GRID PICKS GAMES
MICHIGAN 35, Northwestern 0
Purdue 26, Illinois 14
Ohio State 21, Iowa 19
Minnesota 21, Indiana 0
Michigan State 22, Wisconsin 6
Air Force 7, Arizona 0
UCLA 25, California 21
Georgia Tech 21, Duke 8
Army 9, Iowa State7
Kansas 7, Kansas State 0
Nebraska 9, Missouri 0
Notre Dame 40, Navy 0
Stanford 10, Oregon 0
Washington 14, USC 13
Texas 7, So. Methodist 0 j
Syracuse 21, Pittsburgh6
West Virginia 26, Kentucky 21
Texas Christian 17, Baylor 14
Oklahoma 14, Colorado 11
Florida State 34, So. Mississippi 0
OTHER GAMES
Alabama 23, Mississippi St. 6
Arkansas 17, Texas A&M 0
Harvard 34, Pennsylvania 0
Yale 24, Dartmouth 15
Rutgers 9, Boston 0
Penn State 17, Maryland 9
Cornell 57, Columbia 20
Princeton 14, Brown 0
Bowling Green 21, Miami (0) 18
Florida 14, Auburn 0
Massachusetts 28, Vermont 7
Georgia 24, North Carolina 8
Wayne State 23, Case Tech 7
NBA
Boston 122, Cincinnati 94
LSU 11, Mississippi 10
Philadelphia 116, New York 144
St. Louis 107, Detroit 99
NHL
Montreal 6, Boston 2
Toronto 5, Chicago 1

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