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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1964

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1964'

Wolverines

Trounce

Fumbling

Hawkeyes,

34 -20

AI

FB Anthony
Top Rusher,
Bags 3 TD's
(Continued from Page 1)
came back for real; on the next
play halfback Craig Nourse took
off around left end, straight
through two would-be Michigan
tacklers, and into the end zone.
After an exchange of punts
Timberlake engineered an 83-yard
drive that brought the Wolverines
down to the Iowa six with goal-to-
go. Hawkeye end Long grabbed
Timberlake's arm as he tried to
pitch to Anthony and the Blue
ended up back at the 16 as the
Wolverine fullback pounced on
the ball.
Timberlake's field goal try was
no good as the first quarter ended.
As the teams changed ends of
the field, so did fate. On the first
play of the period Nourse fumbled
and Gerry Mader picked off the
ball at the Iowa 24. Timberlake
passed t Ben Farabee at the 12
and then, vith third and four at
the six, rolled to the right, stopped,
and hit end John Henderson with
two Hawkeyes on him up the cen-
ter for the first Michigan touch-
down.
Minutes later, the Wolverines
were back. Nourse fumbled at the
24 as the Michigan right side of
the line ganged up on him and
Dick Wells jumped on the bal.
This time a 15-yard referee's hike
for holding stymied the drive, and
Timberlake's field goal boot from
the 27 was blocked by Iowa tackle
Phil Deutch.
Charitable Iowa
Iowa couldn't break the charity
habit-and Laskey relieved the
Hawkeyes of the ball after guard
Bob Mielke deflected Snook's pass.
Laskey dashed to the Iowa 10.
Then Timberlake gave to Anthony
up the center, and the powerful
fullback carried three' tacklers all
ten yards for the touchdown. d
Midway through the second
period the Hawkeyes began to
roll. Snook passed to Tony Gia-
cobazzi at the 41 and four plays
later fired to Noonan down the
east sidelines. Volk missed' on an
ankle tackle, and Noonan scooted
to the Michigan nine before be-
ing knocked out of bounds by Bass.
With fourth down at the five-
yard line Nunley batted Snook's
pass for Noonan to the ground, but
d'Hara dove on his back grabbing
it to tie the score.
It took Michigan just 1:15 to get
another seven points on the score-
=board. On the first play after the
kickoff Anthony took Timberlake's
pitch, dashed off the right side
and on for 62 yards to the Iowa
16. Two plays later at the 14, Tim-
berlake rolled left, with Anthony
throwing a key block, and dragged
two tacklers into the end zone
with him.
On the first play of the second
The Smell of Roses
MICHIGAN IOWA
First Downs 22 19
Rushing 13 9
Passing 9 8
Penalty 0 2
Total No. of Rushes 68 27
Net Yards-Rushing 229 . 97
Passing 136 227
Forward Passes Att. 25 41
Completed it 15
Intercepted by 3 0
Yd s nterceptionsaret 77
Total Plays Rushes and
passes) 93 68
Punts, Number 4 3
Average distance 20.7 36
Kikoffs, Returned by 3 '1
Yards Kicks Returned 58 35
Punts 2 10
Kickoffs 56 25
Fumbles, Number 3 7
Ball lost by 2 4
Penalties, Number 6 2
Yards penalized 70 20
RUSHING
Michigan
Tries Net Avg.
Anthony 20 121 6.0
Fisher 8 33 4.1
Timberlake 23 80 3.5
Detwiler 6 7 1.1

Ward 10 -4 -0.4
Evashevski 1 -8 -8 ,
Totals 68 229 3.4
Iowa
Tries Net Avg.
Snook 8 17 2.1
Kimble 6 9 1.3
Nourse 7 37 5.3
Noonan 2 19 9.5
Simpson 4 15 3.7
Totals 27 97 3.6
PASSING
Michigan
Att. Comp. Int. Yds.
Timberlake 23 11 0 136
Evashevski 2 0 0 0

Henderson
Catches Six
In Big Effort
(Continued from Page 1)
The football game was an ex-
ceptionally long, wearing one,
possibly due to the exceptional
number of pass plays. But when
the game finally ended, Michigan
found itself with its first clear
shot at a Rose Bowl bid in almost
a decade and a half.
If Michigan beats Ohio State in
next Saturday's game at Colum-!
bus, Michigan will go to Pasadena;
if Ohio State wins the Buckeyes
will be in the nation's premier
Bowl game-it's as simple as that.
Better Than Bucks
Iowa's head coach Jerry Burns,
whose teams have lost to both
Michigan and Ohio State gives
Michigan the edge on t e a m
strength. "I think that Michigan
is at least on a par with Ohio
State defensively and offensively
Michig.n is better than the Buck-
eyes," ho said after the game.
A good deal of Michigan's total
passing offense (74 of 136 yards)
was due to the personal efforts of!
senior end John Henderson, who
enjoyed his finest game of the
season. Henderson found himself
playing in a one-on-one defensive
situation against Hawkeye sopho-
more defensive back Dave More-
land.
Henderson Grabs Six
Henderson easily victimized the
inexperienced Moreland on the
old hook pass pattern getting free
for six receptions, his high for the
season. One of the passes was for
six points, the first six Michigan
put on the scoreboard, on a four
yard buttonhook in the end zone
early in the second quarter.

Gophers Eliminate Purdue; OSU Wins

By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS-John Hankin-
son, passing with precision, fired
Minnesota to a 14-7 victory over
Purdue yesterday to virtually wipe
out all hope the Boilermakers har-
bored for making their first Rose
Bowl trip.
Hankinson set two Gopher sea-
son passing records, with eight

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-Daily-Jim Lines
SENIOR FULLBACK MEL ANTHONY (37), rushed for 120 yards
in 20 carries including a 62 yard run and three touchdowns as he
helped lead the Wolverines to a 34-20 win over the Hawkeyes.
Above he is helped by a block delivered to Dave Moreland (43) by
Carl Ward (19).1

half Snook lost the ball on the
snap and Michigan's Arnie Sim-
kus was right there to cover the
ball at the Iowa 24.
Six plays later Anthony dove
the one yard for the touchdown,
set up by a seven-yard dash by
halfback Jim Detwiler.
The Hawkeyes had the ball for
just three plays when Michigan
tackle Bill Yearby grabbed hold
of Snook and tore his jersey sleeve
off. After a time out for repair,
Snook really lost his shirt, pass-
ing complete to Wolverine half-
back Volk, who returned it to the
12-yard line.
Timberlrake ran for a touch-
down on third and five at the
seven but it was called back on
another holding penalty. Timber-
lake's 40-yard field goal attempt
went wide.
Snook faded to pass as the
Hawkeyes took over the ball and
was hit from behind by Michigan
captain Jim Conley, enabling
Wolverine Bill Keating to pounce
on the ball at the Iowa nine.
But with second and goal at the
six, Detwiler fumbled Timberlake's

pitchout and Iowa end Terry Mul-
ligan got the ball.
The Hawkeyes had the ball for
four plays, punted to the Iowa 44
and the Wolverines moved in to
score. Timberlake, running and
passing (to Henderson up the
center to the Hawkeye 10 and a
first down), brought the ball to
the one-inch line where Anthony
dove for the TD.
Iowa saw one last breath of
hope as Snook sidestepped his
way 4to a 20-yard touchdown run
with 9:50 to play. The score was
set up after Snook's 30-yard pass
to Nourse brought the Hawkeyes
to the 20. But-with a big chance
at a Pasadena trip in the bag-
the Wolverines weren't letting up.
With senior Frosty Evashevski at
the Michigan helm and fullback
Dave Fisher with the ball the
Blue offense drove to the Iowa
16, only to see the Iowa defense
halt Ward on a fourth-down pass
attempt.
The drive left just 54 seconds on
the clock-not' enough to keep a
Dad's Day crowd from filing to
the exits.

completions in 15 attempts for 159
yards and two touchdowns.
The Minnesota quarterback also
bagged the Gophers' winning
touchdown with 40 seconds gone in
the fourth quarter.
His 43-yard touchdown pass to
Kent Kramer came one minute
after Purdue had tied the score
7-7 in the battle of hard-knock-
ing Big Ten foes.
Earlier, Hankinson passed 31
yards to Ken Last for the other
Gopher score.
Purdue quarterback Bob Griese
was unable to get his passes click-
ing with star receiver Bob Had-
rick out with an injury. The Boil-
ermakers scored late in the third
n quarterafter Griese hit Sam
Longmire on a 49-yard pass.
Randy Minniear punched over
from the Gopher one.
Purdue then kicked off, Min-
nesota taking the ball at its 27.
Hankinson hit Last for 30 yards,
then tossed the winning aerial to
Kramer, who caught the ball at
the 25 and raced in.

Irish Drop [SU
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Sopho-I
more Nick Eddy bolted 61 yards
for a score in the first 3% rminutes
and unloosed a cascade of touch-
downs for top-ranked Notre Dame
yesterday that ended 10 losing
years against Michigan State, 34-7.
It was the eighth straight vic-
tory for the Fightinfi Irish, .headed
possibly for their first perfect
season and national championship
since 1949.
Eddy smashed five yards for a
second touchdown and ace quar-
terback John Huarte figured in
the other two, a 13-yard pass to
Joe Farrell and a 21-yard dash
into the end zone after a fake
hand off.
Notre Dame's blitzing defense,
the best in the1country against
State score-a 51-yard pass from
rushing, allowed one Michigan
Steve Juday to Gene Washington
in the third period-and three
times threw back Spartan drives
inside their 20.
Twice in the first half Michigan
State, winner of 11 of its 12 games
and eight straight against Notre
Dame, moved to the 15 only to be
stopped. In the fourth period the
Spartans smashed 57 yards to the
S C 0 E S
GRID PICKS GAMES
MICHIGAN 34, Iowa 20
Minnesota 14, Purdue 7
Ohio State 10, Northwestern 0
Illinois 29, Wisconsin 0
Notre Dame 34, Michigan State.7
Oregon 29, Indiana 21
Air Force 7, Wyoming 7
Alabama 24, Georgia Tech 7
Arkansas 44, Southern Methodist 0
Kansas 10, Colorado 7
Harvard 19, Brown 7
Baylor 17, Kentucky 15
Mississippi 30, Tennessee 0
Missouri 14, Oklahoma 14
Stanford 16, Oregon State 7
Pittsburgh 24, Army 8
Rice 19, Texas A&M 8
Washington 22, UCLA 20
Texas 28, TCU 13
Auburn 14, Georgia 7
OTHER GAMES
Tulsa 47, North Texas 0
Nebraska 27, Oklahoma State 14
Princeton 35, Yale 14
Navy 27, Duke 14
Miami (0) 27, Dayton 21
Marietta 7, Wayne State 3
Syracuse 20, Virginia Poly 15
Ohio U. 21, Bowling Green 0
Maryland 34, Clemson 0
Cornell 33, Dartmouth 15
Virginia 31, North Carolina 27
Hillsdale 26, Central Michigan 7
Texas Tech 28, Washington State 10
Columbia 33, Penn 12
Brigham Young 43, West. Michigan 8
Utah 14, California 0

Notre Dame six but could go no Grange carried 24 times in his
farther. great performance against Michi-
* * * ' gan at the Illini's Memorial Sta-

Illini J9
CHAMPAIGN, Ill
Jim Grabowski sha
year-old Big Ten r
and broke Red Gra
old school record in
nois to a 29-0 foo
over Wisconsin yes
Grabowski carried
239 yards and scor
downs on runs of
yards. It was the b
game ball-carrying
Minnesota's Bill Da
ference record with
1943.
The 211-pound G
bettered Grange's
yards in the Gall(
legendary perform
Michigan in 1924.
Daley, in fashio
record, carried 26
216 yards against
Oct. 2, 1943.

Fin

- lluacK'
tttered a 21- Indiana Loses Again
ushing record BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Oregon
nge's 40-year- came from 14 points behind at
a leading Illi- halftime and beat Indiana 29-21
tball triumph yesterday on a great passing and
terday. running performance by Bob
33 times for Berry.
ed two touch- Berry was thrown out of the
27 and two game for slugging midway in the
lest individual! fourth period. He had finished his
effort since job by then. It included throwing
ley set a con- two touchdown passes and a con-
216 yards in version pass and running over one
touchdown.
rabowski also Berry's show overshadowed a big
total of 212 day by fullback Tom Nowatzke of
aping Ghost's Indiana, who set Hoosier scoring
ance against records for game and season in
the first half by plunging for
ning the old three touchdowns and kicking
times for his three extra points., His season to-
Northwestern tal reached 67 points, breaking his
own mark of 58.

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Henderson also played part of 4 4 4
the game at the safety position,
the first time he has played this Bucks Still on Top
position at Michigan. COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State
Despite the impressive showing took a giant stride toward the
by the Wolverines, the almost Western Conference champion-
summery weather and Minnesota's ship and a Rose Bowl .bid yester-
defeat of Purdue, the most out- day as it won its fifth straight
standing characteristic of the in the conference by 10-0 victory
game was its length. over Northwestern.,
"It was the longest game that The game was a dice-players'
I've ever been in," Wolverine ; dream as the seventh-ranked
Coach Bump Elliott admitted. Ohioans parlayed Willard Sander's
"With all those passes and the seventh touchdown and Bob
ball changing hands so often, it Funk's seventh field goal into
seemed like it would never end. It their seventh victory of the season.
was a tough game all the way and Sander's score cane in the first
we were real happy with the win." period on a five-yard plunge end-
The length of the game may ing a 38-yard 11-play drive, and

die ddiaton ct18 124

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NATIONAL ROUNDUP:
Alabama, Arkansas
Remain Undefeated
By The Assaciated Press scored two of them, while full-
back Hal Philipp got the other
Alabama and Arkansas crushed two.
opponents Saturday and the Ra- Texas had total offense of 445
zorbacks joined fifth-ranked Tex- yards-the largest of the season.
as as the first major teams to Roger Staubach, turning in his
nail post-season bowl bids. finest performance in a fabulous
Alabama, (9-0)., struck for two football career, ran and passed
touchdowns in the final 1:45 of Navy to a 27-14 victory over Duke.
the first half and then played Staubach completed 21 to 30
tenth-ranked Georgia Tech off for 217 yards and ran 17 times
its feet the rest of the way to for 91 yards.
whip the Yellow Jackets 24-7 Sat- Jerry Rhome, Howard Twilley
urday and keep alive its chances and Tulsa blasted nine football
for a national football champion- records and North Texas State 47-
ship. Rhome completed 17 of 23 passes
Quarterback Joe Namath threw for 68 yards and four touchdowns
for one touchdown and set up an- and ran for another 21 yards. That
other on a 49-yard pass. gave him season records for com-
othr o a49-ar pas.pletion, 185; touchdown .passes,
Third-ranked Arkansas vaulted 27; yards passing, 2,320; and total
into a Cotton Bowl berth and as- offense, 2,541.
sured itself of a tie for the South--
west Conference title by pulveriz-
ing Southern Methodist Univer-
sity 44-0 Saturday.
* Arkansas powered 65, 50 and 50
yards with steamrolled precision'
for first half touchdowns. Defense
spectaculars led to Arkansas' sec-k
ond half points with substitutes
seeing most of the action for the
Razorbacks.
Nebraska's pint-sized fullback,
Frank Solich, scored a go-ahead
touchdown on an 89-yard second
quarter kickoff return Saturday
and the fourth-ranked Cornhusk-
ers protected the margin for a 27-
14 Big Eight football victory over
Oklahoma State and a 9-0 over-....................::{,.r,"
all mark.*: ." .::.." ::: .4
Marvin Kristynik ran and passed
Texas to a 28-13 victory over Tex-
as Christian and marched the
Longhorns into the Orange Bowl
yesterday. ....y..
Kristynik figured in all the Tex-
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have worked to Michigan's ad- Funk's three-pointed came in the
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Iowa team. When Iowa seemed to but produced no scoring.
have a chance of closing the score Ohio State, deflated 27-0 by
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of the last ten minutes of play. gambling.
Big Ten Standings
W L Pct. PF PA W L PF PA
Ohio State 5 0 1.000 102 31 7 1 146 66
MICHIGAN 5 1 .833 146 69 7 1 191 76
Purdue 4 2 .667 108 90 5 3 140 124
Minnesota 4 2 .667 82 71 5 3 129 117
Michigan State 3 2 .600 99 63 4 4 136 125
Illinois 3 3 .500 80 79 5 3 126 100
Northwestern 2 5 .286 61 133 3 6 95 164
Indiana 1 4 .200 69 93 2 6 132 160
Iowa 1 5 .167 108 139 3 5 170 181
Wisconsin 1 5 .167 59 145 3 5 84 185

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