WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1964
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1964 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE SEVEN
'Potent IliniPrimed for Revenge
By CHUCK VETZNER spring. The Buckeyes pointed for thinking about their game with
Twice this season the heralded the game and they won." us."
Illini from Champaign have been Against Purdue the story was a Chilling Thought
upset, ending their hopes for a little different. Coach Dennis The Illini are loaded with talent
Fitzgerald, who scouted the game, and the man who curdles more
second straight conference crown. blood than anyone else is Dick
But Illinois is still a force to be said that the game was one of the
reckoned with and they remain a finest he ever saw. Mason added Butkus. The senior linebacker is;
conference powerhouse. that Illinois was at the short end a243-pound tacklng machine. Al-
Coach Tony Mason. who re- of a 26-14 score because the Boil- though not as fas as some line-.
spects the Illini as a major ob- ermakers had the momentum from backers, Butkus has an uncanny
stacle in Michigan's hopes for a three straight Big Ten victories a yto a s bwhere t
titoPsdnepandwy(including a squeaker over Mich- ball is. Some teams try to run rf
trip to Pasadena, explained why (their plays away from Butkus but
the defending champ has been! igan). Mason dismissed this notion say-
tripped up twice. "The Illini might have been ing, "The only way to stop him is
"Ohio State was ready for Illi- looking past Purdue," Mason also to block him but that isn't
nois," he said. "They practiced pointed out. "They were possibly easy"
against Illinois' defense since last caught napping because they were Not Alone .
SEVEN OUT OF CONTENTION:
'M', OSU, Purdue Fight for Bowl Bid
By BUD WILKINSON In the remaining games of the Snook, the Big Ten's leading
hseason, Purdue faces Michigan passer, passed for one touchdown,
Seven down, three to go! State, Minnesota and Indiana. ran for another, and completed
After Purdue's 26-14 victory Purdue has often upset the Spar- 17 of 33 passes for 221 yards in
over Illinois only three teams re- tans in their bids for the Rose a losing cause.
main in the running for the roses Bowl and Michigan State probably Ohio State faces Northwestern
-Ohio State, Purdue and Mich- has ideas of taking revenge. The and Michigan after a non-confer-
igan. Minnesota game should also be ence tilt with Penn State and must
Purdue strengthened its Rose tough for the Boilermakers and win both to stay in contention for
Bowl bid with its fourth straight the last game with Indiana is a the championship.
conference victory and gained re- continuation of an old rivalry If Purdue remains undefeated
venge for its 41-21 loss to the played for the Old Oaken Bucket. and Ohio State also wins the rest
Illini last year. Ohio State added 'to its string of their games the two teams will
The Boilermakers gained their of three conference victories by tie for the conference title. Two
victory by scoring three times in squeaking out a 21-19 victory over teams have not gone undefeated
the first half before Illinois could pass - happy I o w a. Linebacker in conference play since 1943
hit paydirt. The Purdue attack Dwight Kelley was the big man when Michigan and Purdue were
seemed to catch the Illini off bal- defensively for the Buckeyes as he undefeated.
ance and they didn't right them- intercepted one of Iowa quarter- In the case of a tie, the con-
selves until late in the first half back Gary Snook's passes, blocked ference athletic directors vote to
when they marched 74 yards for a an Iowa extra point try in the determine which team goes to the
touchdown. first half, and stopped Snook when Rose Bowl. Usually the team which
Illinois scored again after inter- he tried to run for two points and has not played in the post-season
Iltingisscord ainafterineu-a tie in the last two seconds of the classic more recently gets the bid.
cepting a Purdue pass to reduce game. Ohio State went to the Rose Bowl
the Boilermaker lead to six points. gamehi_ __twe __t__he________
Purdue iced the game on a two-
yard touchdown plunge by full-
back Randy Minniear, his third of U
in 1958 and Purdue has never
If both teams should lose one of
their remaining games, Purdue
would have a higher percentage
than the Buckeyes because Ohio
State plays only six conference
games to Purdue's seven.
If Michigan should win its re-
maining games against Illinois,
Iowa and Ohio State and if Pur-
due should lose one game, the two
teams would tie and Purdue would
probably get the Rose Bowl bid
because Michigan went in 1951.
Michigan would be assured of a
bowl berth only if Purdue loses
twice and the Wolverines win the
remainder of their games.
In other conference games, Wis-
consin received more tricks than
treats for their Halloween home-
coming as they lost to Michigan
State, 22-6, and Minnesota beat
By Tom Weinberg
SAE Loses To End an Era
But Butkus is not a one man
team. As Mason mentioned, "He's
a great player but they've got a
lot of them."
Aiding the big linebacker on de-
fense will be 234-pound tackle Bill
An era has ended.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, peren-
nially the fraternity "A" football
intramural champion, was upset
yesterday afternoon 12-8 by Tau
The SAE's have won the "A"
championship in the social fra-
ternity division for the past five
years, and in that time have not
lost a game. Yesterday's loss was
the first grid defeat in 83 games
for the SAE teams, as the "B"
squad has also had a series of
undefeated championship teams-
four in a row.
All the scoring was in the first
half, as the Tau Delts connected
for two scoring passes and the
SAE's hit for one. SAE had one
golden opportunity to salvage a
come-from-behind win in the
closing seconds of the game, but
an interception in the end zone by
safety and captain Mark Gendle-
man squelched the drive.
The Tau Delts scored first, as
they drove down the field the first
time they had the ball. The touch-
down was scored by rangy end
Gary Zuckerman when he pulled
down an aerial from the elusive
Tau Delt quarterback, Jerry
SAE responded quickly and went
ahead, as quarterback George
Skaff led the champs across mid-
field and into the end zone with
a series of short passes following
the kickoff. When Al Bara caught
the short Skaff touchdown pass,
the score was tied at 6-6, but the
SAE's moved out in front tempor-
arily with a two-point conversion
on a play from Skaff to center
The Tau Delts fought back for
the go-ahead touchdown, and
what proved to be the game-win-
ning tally when on third down,
Golden pump-faked a short fling
and winged a bomb to Gendleman
who had beaten the SAE defender
by some 10 yards. The play cover-
ed 55 yards and when the conver-
sion failed,_the score stood at 12-8.
in otner action yesterday, Sigma
Alpha Mu beat Sigma Chi, 14-0 in
a hotly contest game and will ad-
vance to the first place playoffs.
Minor and Greg Schumacher, a and he is one of the nation's lead-
speedy 225-pound guard. ing rushers.
Butkus' sidekick at the lineback- Sam Price, a halfback who runs
ing spot, Don Hanson, is often like a fullback, is the Fighting
overlooked but has been doing a Illini's other chief running threat.
good job of dropping any enemy At the quarterback post is an-
runners that Butkus misses. other junior, Fred Custardo, who
At the beginning of the season has been much more than ade-
the secondary appeared to be the quate in replacing last year's sig-
weak link in the defense, but it nal caller, Mike Taliaferro. An
has come through in surprisingly excellent and agile runner and a
strong fashion, intercepting an fine passer especially with the
average of three passes a game chips down, Custardo has been a
up to the Purdue game. The leader real field leader, engineering Illi-
of the defensive backs is veteran nois' offensive thrusts.
George Donnelly. Main Target
. Offensive Leader When Custardo throws, the tar-
The big name on offense is Jim get is usually newcomer Bob
Grabowski, a 211-pound fullback. Trumpy. The sophomore end
Grabowski was the outstanding stands 6'5" and has good speed.
player in last year's Rose BowlI In the interior line tackle Archie
game and has taken up this season Sutton has put on 13 pounds since
right where he left off. The burly last season, but even at his new
junior has been ripping off 4.5 weight, 262 very solid pounds, Sut-
yards every time he carries the ton maintains the speed and bal-
ball. For this reason Grabowski's ance that earned him All-Ameri-
number is called quite frequently can honors last season.
End Bob Hadrick also starred
for Purdue, pulling down eight of
quarterback Bob Griese's passes
for 95 yards.
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