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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1964

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THIRD IN TOTAL OFFENSE:
1V1'Rushers Lead Countr

THE SPECTATOR

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By The Associated Press team gained against Houston.
Michigan moved into third place Rhome did all the passing, but
in total offense in the country, his teammates have helped his
nd first place in rushing of- effectiveness by gaining 4.64 yards
fense. The Wolverines' powerful on each rushing effort this sea-
ground game led by Bob Timber- son.
lake, Carl Ward, Jim Detwiler and Tulsa's passing record for six
Mel Anthony have run up 1,595 games shows 226 attempts and 153
yards in six games. In total of- completions for ad. 677 percent-
fense the Wolverines are third age and 1,966 yards-an average
with 2,294 yards in six games. of 327.7 a game-and 22 touch-
downs The major college full

season records are 199 comple-
tions, Tulsa 1964; 255 yards a
game, Nevada 1948; 27 touch-!
down passes, Nevada 1948, and
Kentucky 1950; completion per-
centage 651, Navy 1964. The Hur-
ricans could ease up considerably
in their four remaining games and
beat all those marks.
Below are theastatistics as re-
leased yesterday by the NCAA
Service Bureau :

TOTAL :
Gam
1. Tulsa
2. Notre Dame
3. MICHIGAN
4. Dartmouth
5. Arizona State
6. Bowling Green
7. Nebraska
.8 Utah State
9. Florida State
10. Yale

)FFENSE
nes Plays Yds. Avg.
6 439 2968 494.7
6 434 2472 412.0
6 447 2294 382.3
6 397 2287 381.2
6 380 2240 373.3
7 461 2530 361.4
7 505 2517 359.6
7 410 2470 352.9
7 445 2458 351.1
6 384 2104 350.7

RUSHING OFFENSE
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The one team that seems to be'
able to put Notre Dame in its
place this season is Tulsa. And
because of Jerry Rhome's pass-
ing, that place for the Irish is
second in total offense in the
team statistics released yesterday
by the NCAA Service Bureau.
In their last three games, No-
tre Dame's Irish have piled up 1,-
434 yards, an average of 478 yards
a game. They're still second be-
cause Tulsayhas averaged 543.3
yards, largely on passes, in the
same three weeks. Overall, Tul-
sa has averaged 494.7 yards in
six games-a record pace. - to
Notre Dame's 412. The Hurricanes
also lead in scoring with 43 points
a game to 35.1 for Utah State
and 31.8 for Notre Dame.
In bombing Oklahoma State 61-
14 last Saturday, Tulsa complet-
ed 35 passes, equaling the one-
game record it set earlier this
season, and gained 488 air yards,
topping the 443 the 1962 Tulsa

GRID SELECTIONS
"I predict Goldwater," said Andrew Zagzejewski, last weeks Grid
Picks winner, when he was interviewed by The Daily yesterday. As
a Grid Picks winner, Andy received two tickets to the Michigan
Theater which is now showing "Fate is the Hunter." He is also
eligible for the grand prize which will be awarded at the end of
the season.
Entry blanks'may be picked up at The Daily, and must be
returned to The Daily by midnight Friday. The limit is one to a
contestant, and the decision of the judges is final!
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

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1. MICHIGAN
2. Bowling Green
3. Villanova
4. Nebraska
5. Syracuse
6. Washington St.
7. Yale
8. Kansas
9. Utah State
10. Oklahoma

PASSING

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6

1. Tulsa
2. Iowa
3. Arizona St.
4. Baylor
5. California
6. Notre Dame
7. Florida St.
8. South. Calif.
9. Dartmouth
10. Columbia

Att. Corn. Yds.,
226 153 1966
211 113 1512
155 81 1448
175 88 1323
212 129 1525
143 76 1295
172 108 1491
165 81 1235
133 71 1058
145 80 1043

364
361
341
391
380
358
282
355
275
334

1595
1820
1532
1692
1602
1581
1338
1555
1484
1256

*. Avg.
265.8
260.0
255.3
241.7
228.9
225.9
223.0
222.1
212.0
209.3
Avg.
327.7
252.0
241.3
220.5
217.9
215.8
213.0
176.4
176.3
173.8

1. Ilinois at MICHIGAN (score)
2. Purdue at Michigan State
3. Penn State at Ohio State
4. Iowa at Minnesota
5. Indiana at Oregon State
6. Wisconsin at Northwestern
7. Notre Dame at Pittsburgh
8. Alabama vs. LSU
(at Birmingham)
9. Rice at Arkansas
10. Nebraska at Kansas

11. Navy at Maryland
12. Texas at Baylor
13. Washington State at Oregon
14. Tennessee at Georgia Tech
15. Georgia vs. Florida
(Jacksonville, Fla.)
16. Harvard at Princeton
17. Air Force at UCLA
18. Army vs. Syracuse (N.Y.C.)
19. North Carolina at Clemson
20. California at Washington

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'M' UNRANKED:
IIrish Take
First Spot
By The Associated Press
Michigan remained unranked
in the Associated Press sports
writers and broadcasters poll, de-
spite the Wolverines 35-0 trounc-
ing of Northwestern last Satur-
day. Notre Dame edged Ohio State
by 36 votes for the top spot.
Notre Dame campus rang yes-
terday with jubilant shouts "We're
No. 1, we're No. 1."
Students swarmed in front of
Rockne Hall, athletic office head-
quarters, and noisily chanted, "No.
1, all the way."
Coach Ara Parseghian's Irish,
after crushing Navy 40-0 Satur-
day, moved into the No. 1 spot by
a narrow margin over Ohio State,
leader the previous two weeks.
Parseghian received the news
with cautious appreciation.
"Twice at Northwestern," he rq-
called, "we started out 6-0, jump-
ed into a poll lead and then had
trouble. There are no patsies on
a modern sciedule.
"We still have Pittsburgh,
Michigan State, Iowa and South-
ern California left and, with our
lack of depth, we're afraid of them
all.
"But, pressure or not, it's bet-
ter to be on top than on the bot-
tom."
Notre Dame got 29 of 48 first-
place votes in the latest AP poll
for 460 points. That was 36 points
ahead of Ohio State, second with
11 first-place votes and 424
points. Ohio State barely shaded
Iowa 21-19last Saturday.
1. Notre Dame (29) 6-0 460
2. Ohio State (11) 6-0 424
3. Alabama (7) 7-0 385
4. Arkansas (7) 7-0 310
5. Nebraska 7-0 259
6. Texas 6-1 175
7. Georgia Tech 7-0 174
8. Louisiana State 5-0-1 116
9. Florida 5-1 90
10. Purdue 5-1 85
Other teams receiving votes, in
alphabetical order: Duke, Florida
State, MICHIGAN, Michigan State,
Oregon, Oregon State, Syracuse,
Tulsa, Washington.

by Tom Rowland
State Gets a Chance
To Even the Score
Purdue has never gone to the Rose Bowl. In fact, they've hardly
ever come close. And now, in 1964, the Boilermakers need just
three games to win it-that glorious Christmas-vacation trip to
Pasadena that has always been kind of an unreal myth on the
Lafayette campus. Can they do it? Of course not. They play at
Michigan State this Saturday, and in the name of justice, fair play,
and just plain downright decency, the Spartans have to win it.
Why so? Duffy Daugherty will tell them. A tear wil come to
his eye in the lockerroom before the game, but with all the
emotional dignity that a 3-3 season will permit, he'll get the
story across to every guard, tackle and linebacker who plays for
Michigan State against Purdue this Saturday:
LeRoy Bolden shaded his eyes from the sharp October sun, took
in the punt at his own six-yard line, and began working upfield
against the onrushing Purdue charge. The 5'7", 157-pound Michigan
State speedster shifted the ball to his right hand and cut down the
sideline-30, 35, 40-then gathering blockers, swerving to the inside.
Down the center of the field, two more blocks, and Bolden was
in the clear-25, 20, 15-romping 94 yards into the endzone while
the Boilermaker crowd howled in mass agony. The Spartan bench
went crazy; Bolden was mobbed. Mighty Michigan State-number
two team in the nation, undefeated in 28 games, Rose Bowl bound
in their first year in the Big Ten-had tied up the game in the
closing minutes of the final quarter, 6-6, and now a single extra
point would put in on ice-still number two, 29 straight, and the
roses were still blooming.
Almost Forgotten .. .
All the first three quarters, when Purdue-a team that hadn't
even won a game during that whole 1953 season-had scored and
then held sway over the powerful Spartans was forgotten. And
then ...
Clipping, they called it. At about the 40-yard line, just when
Bolden was ,hitting -high gear, lay a red flag and the death of
Michigan State's longest win streak in the history of the school-
and the first Spartan defeat in the Big Ten. State quarterback Tom
Yewcic claims to this day that he never had anything to do with
it, but Coach Biggie Munn ran the films back on television three
times the next day, and, sure enough, the red flag was for real.
State did end up at the Rose Bowl that year, beating UCLA,
28-20, but the taste of bitter defeat in Lafayette wasn't forgotten.
They remembered it all the way to the 1957 season, when the
Spartans were on top of the polls-number one team in the nation.
They'd just whipped California (19-0), Indiana (54-0) and Michigan
(35-6) when Daugherty's crew ran into Purdue. The Boilermakers
walked into Spartan Stadium with about half of th lineup in street
clothes with injuries and a sweep of the flu, and an 18-year-old
quarterback named Ross Fichtner was called on for the starting
chores. You guessed it, 20-13, as the "green-grass sophomore" quarter-
back led the Purdue attack against the State all-America aggregation.
Boilermaker Nemesis .. .
In 1958- need we go on? State, undefeated in three games,
walked into the same Purdue upset trap-this time falling out of
Rose Bowl contention by absorbing a 14-6 loss. The Spartans
picked up 38 yards rushing and were unable to capitalize on five
fumble recoveries.
And there's more. In 1961 the Green and White were 5-1 for
the season when Purdue upset State, 7-6. In 1962 the Spartan tally
was 4-1 when the pesky Boilermakers pulled the now-monotonous
trick, 17-9.
This Saturday Michigan State has its chance for the supreme
revenge. Steve Juday, who passed for 12 completions and 157 yards
against Wisconsin last week; halfback Dick .Gordon, who rolled up
199 yards personally on -the ground in the same game; and end
Gene Washington, tall, quick, with a great pair of hands, will all
be out to even up the score with a quarterback named Griese and
an old nemesis.
Go, you Spartans.

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