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SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, UG"1OBER> 13, 1963

SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1963

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IG TEN ROUNDUP:
Badger Offense Rolls, 38-20

Football

Satur day

By The Associated Press
MADISON-Wisconsin launched
defense of their Big Ten football
championship by wrecking Pur-
due's vaunted defense for a 38-20
victory yesterday behind the bril-
liant leadership of junior quarter-
back Hal Brandt.
The Badgers, ranked fifth in the.
nation after two straight non-con-
ference victories, overpowered Pur-
due after stopping two scoring
threats early in, the first period.
Brandt, who served as under-
study to the heralded Ron Vander-
Kelen last 'season, scored once and
connected on 14 of 22 passes for
196 yards and one touchdown.
The Badgers stunned Purdue
with an 18-yard march which was
capped by Brandt's sneak from
the two late in the first period,
and they later rolled 50 yards for
the second touchdown.
Purdue's Ron DiGravio, a har-
assed man throughout the after-
noon, hit Jim Morel for a 25-yard
scoring pass in the third quarter
before Wisconsin launched a 72-

yard march which Holland ended
by racing through a big hole from
four yards out on the second play
of the fourth period.
* * *
Buckeyes Tie Illini
COLUMBUS-Dick Van Raap-
horst broke the Big Ten field goal
record for the second straight week
as he kicked a 49-yarder in the
last two minutes to pull Ohio
State into a 20-20 tie with Illinois.
A crowd. of 83,712, biggest in
Buckeye history, sat. quietly in
the last two seconds as the senior
from Ligonier, Pa., missed an al-
most impossible one from 57 yards
which would have pulled the game
out for Ohio State.
Van Raaphorst's boot, which ec-
lipsed his 48-yarder against Indi-
ana a week ago, provided a fit-
ting climax to as wild and wooly
a game as these teams have played
since before the turn of the cen-
tury.
Only one of the five touchdowns
came on a drive of any length.

Each team converted a close-in
fumble and intercepted pass for a
pair of scores.
The Bucks, unscored on in two
previous games, saw that record
shattered in the first quarter when
Illinois scored on a fourth-and-one
play.
Ohio's lone first-half threat
came when Don Harkins, third-
string halfback, went 61 yards up
the middle to the Illini 23 the first
time he had carried the ball this
year. The Bucks settled for a 27-
yard field goal, however, and were
down 7-3 at the half.
In the third period, Tom Kieh-
fus of Ohio intercepted a pass on
the Illinois 19 and fullback Matt
Snell made it into the end zone in
two plays.
On the kickoff Jim Grabowski
fumbled, Bill Spahr recovered on
the 19 for Ohio, and six plays later
substitute fullback Willard San-
der scored to give Ohio a 17-7 edge.
Illinois made its bid in the final
Paul Warfield's fumble on the
Ohio 19 and Taliaferro passed two
yards for the touchdown. Three
minutes later Taliaferro threw 55
yards to Price, who carried to the
Ohio four, from where Jim War-
ren plunged in for the counter
which gave the Illinois a 20-17
edge, setting the stage for Van
Raaphorst's record field goal.
* * *
Wildcats Claw Gophers
EVANSTON-Passing star Tom-
my Myers, badly harassed for
three quarters, suddenly found the
range with two touchdown passes
in a wild last peribd which gave
Northwestern a 15-8 Big Ten foot-
ball victory over Minnesota yester-
day.
The contest went scoreless un-

til the first play of the fourth
quarter when Myers completed a
64-yard touchdown pass to soph
end Mike Buckner.
This broke open what had been
almost a dull struggle in which
Myers had three passes intercept-
ed and fumbled the ball away a
fourth time while Minnesota play-
ed a plodding, possession game.
After Northwestern's 80-yard
first scoring strike, Minnesota
came to life under substitute quar-
terback Larry Peterson and went
75 yards in 15 plays to score.
Then Peterson shocked North-
western with a quick dart around
Northwestern's same left side for
a two-point conversion, and it ap-
peared the Gophers had the game
wrapped up 8-7.
But with about eight minutes
left, Myers really started hitting
the target and began another 80-
yard scoring drive, capped with a
two-point conversion.
* * *
Indiana Errs Again
IOWA CITY-Quarterback Fred
Riddle threw five touchdown pass-
es-a Big Ten record-in Iowa's
37-26 football victory over error-
prone Indiana yesterday.
The Hoosiers, who lost their
third straight conference test, were
never in contention after two early
passes by Frank Stavroff were in-
tercepted and Hoosier fullback
Tom Nowatzke fumbled twice.
Iowa cashed in on all four op-
portunities with Riddle's passes
and a 25-yard field goal by Jay
Roberts.
Indiana was additionally handi-
capped by the loss of halfback
Marv Woodson, who left the game
with a knee injury early in the
first quarter.

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Dethroned Sooners, 28-7

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DALLAS - Tommy Ford and
Duke Carlisle led a thunderous
Texas ground attack that knocked
down the nation's No. 1 team-
Oklahoma-28-7 yesterday.
Texas, rated No. 2 and seeking
the top spot, smothered Oklahoma
the first half while running up a
14-0 lead, and then more -than
matched the rallying Sooners in
the second half.
Ford, the guy who likes to run
over people, ran over a lot of them
Saturday as he ripped through
the big Sooner line for 77 yards.
Carlisle, who ran about as much
although having to handle the
quarterbacking duties, too, ripped
out 62 yards.
Oklahoma had the ball for only
six plays in'the first period and
just 10 in the second and the
Sooners never got past midfield
under their own power the entire
first half.
Gators Turn Tide
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Under-
dog Florida swept third-ranked
Alabama off its feet yesterday,
scoring a 10-6 football victory and
handing Coach Paul Bryant his

first loss at home since coming to
Alabama, six years ago.
The Gators, who had a 1-1-1
record, went ahead 3-0 in the first
quarter, on Bob Lyle's 42-yard
field goal and rolled their lead up
to 10-0 in the final quarter on
halfback Dick Kirk's 41-yard
touchdown dash. This climaxed a
75-yard drive.
It was only then that vaunted
Alabama scored. Quarterback Joe
Namath plunged over from one-
foot out. The two-point conversion
play was smothered.
Pass interceptions and fumbles
killed Alabama's chances of con-
tinuing its unbeaten string. The
Florida Gator line refused to be
buffaloed by the vaunted Alabama
offense, repeatedly causing Ala-
bama backs to fumble. Only two
goal-line- stands by 'Bama held
down the margin.
Irish Top Trojans
SOUTH BEND - Sophomore
Ken Ivan's 33-yard field goal in
the final six minutes of the game
gave Notre Dame a 17-14 football
upset of Southern California yes-
terday as the Irish unveiled a
smashing new backfield combina-
tion.
Notre Dame took senior quarter-
back Frank Budka out of moth-
balls and turned loose rookie run-
ning whiz Bill Wolsfi for the first
time. They ripped the seventh-
ranked Trojans apart before a
screaming overflow crowd of 59,-
135.
It was Budka's smashes that
mainly drove the Irish 74 yards
in the final quarter. And when the
Trojans held, Ivan, 190-pound end
from Massillon, Ohio, calmly
planted the ball through the up-
rights for the winning three
points.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL
GRID PICKS GAMES
MSU 7, MICHIGAN 7 (tie)
Louisiana St. 3, Miami 0 (Friday)
Syracuse 29, UCLA 7 (Friday)
Army 10, Penn State 7
Yale 19, Columbia 7
Iowa 37, Indiana 26
Northwestern 15, Minnesota 8
Ohio State 20, Illinois 20 (tie)
Wisconsin 38, Purdue 20
Air Force 17, Nebraska 13
Notre Dame 17, USC 14
North Carolina 14, Maryland 7
Texas 28, Oklahoma 7
Duke 22, California 22 (tie)
Washington 34, Oregon St. 7
TCU 35, Texas Tech 3
Colorado 25, Oklahoma St. 0
Boston College 34, Villanova 0
Rice 23, Stanford 13
Texas A & M 23, Houston 13
OTHER GAMES
Mississippi St. 31, Tulane 10
Slippery Rock 27, California (Pa) 7
Georgia Tech 23, Tennessee 7
Georgia 7, Clemson 7 (tie)
West Virginia 20, Win. & Mary 16
Missouri 21, Kansas State 11
Florida 10, Alabama 6
Iowa State 17, Kansas 14
Oregon 41, Idaho 21
Baylor 14, Arkansas 10
Memphis State 21, North Texas 0
Kentucky 35, Detroit 18

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