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BIGt EN PR ACTICE NOTES:
Purdue Rests To Prepare for Blue

CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
Tuesday, October 22

By The Associated Press
LAFAYETTE-Coach Jack Mol-
lenkopf excused from practice yes-
terday the 27 Purdue football play-
ers who saw the most action
against Wisconsin Saturday.
Center
Gets Award
,As Lineman
Michigan center Tom Cecchini
was named the Midwest Lineman-
of-the-Week by the United Press
International ,on the basis of his
play in the Michigan-Michigan
State football game Saturday.
TOM CECCHINI
top linemana
In viewing Cecchini's perform-
ance, Coach Bump Elliott said
that it was "an excellent job. He
was outstanding on both offense
and defense."
Elliott praised the other linemen,
'Who helped hold MSU to a 7-7
tie. "It's hard to single out any,
one lineman; they all did an ex-
cellent job."
On the whole, the Wolverines
will be in good physical condition
for their Big Ten contest with.
Purdue next Saturday. There
were no major injuries, although
left halfback Jack Clancy had to1
leave the game with leg cramps
but will be ready for the Boiler-
makers.
Pro Football
Standings
NFLI
Western Division

Mollenkopf said the squad was
showing the physical effects of
games with Notre Dame and Wis-
consin.
"Our primary concern right
now," he said, "is to try to get
our key players into the best
possible physical condition for
Saturday." The Boilermakers will
play in Ann Arbor.
MSU Recupes
EAST LANSING-The injury-
ridden Michigan State football
team was spared from scrimmage
yesterday as the Spartans tried to
forget Saturday's frustrating 7-7
tie with Michigan and start con-
centrating on Indiana.
Coach Duffy Daugherty called
his first two teams together for
what he termed "a review of our
mistakes."
"Our defense was sound against
Michigan," Daugherty said. "We
will have to stress more offense
against Indiana and sharpen up
our passing."
Daugherty reported that de-
fenseman Don Japinga, recover-
ing'- from a severe head concus-
sion, will be sidelined for at least
three weeks.
Woodson Won't Play
BLOOMINGTON-rMarv Wood-
son, Indiana's All-Big Ten half-
back who was hurt early in the

Iowa game last Saturday was re-
leased from the infirmary yester-
day with his left knee immobilized
in splints.
He will be unable to play against
Michigan State Saturday but may
be able to play in two weeks.
Coach Phil Dickens said either
sophomore Tren Walters, who
played most of the Iowa game, or
senior Jim Helminiak will start
in place of Woodson at East Lan-
sing.
Badgers Watch Films
MADISON-Unbeaten Wiscon-
sin ran through a light workout
before going inside yesterday to
Frosh Basketball
Freshman basketball coach
Tom Jorgensen has announced
a tryout meeting for all pros-
pective freshman basketball
players at 3:30 p.m. today in
the I-M Sports Bldg.
view movies of Iowa, it next Big
Ten football opponent.
The Badgers suffered only one
serious injury Saturday in their
38-29 victory over Purdue. De-
fensive safety RonrFrain injured
his shoulder and probably will be
unavailable for Saturday's game
at Iowa City.

SPORTS SHORTS:
Looney Dismissed;
Sugar Ray Wains

EVANSTON-Starting tackle Joe
Szczecko was added to the North-
western injury list yesterday and
missed practice because of a pulled
leg muscle suffered in the Minne-
sota game.
Senior Tim Ziemke was moved
up to the first unit in Szczecko's
place.
Illini Ready
CHAMPAIGN-Illinois should
be "near top shape" for its home-
coming football game against Min-
nesota Saturday, Coach Pete El-
liott said yesterday.
Tackle Bill Minor, who missed
Saturday's game with Ohio State,
will be out three more weeks with
a broken bone in his foot.
Seek Revenge
IOWA CITY-Iowa and Wiscon-
sin, tied at the top of the Big Ten
football standings with 1-0 rec-
ords, play here Saturday with the
memory of last year's results up-
permost in the mind of Hawkeye
Coach Jerry Burns.
"I feel," said Burns yesterday
"that the veterans on the squad
want to make up for that 42-14
loss at Madison last fall."
Burns said he had no reason
to change his early September
prediction that the Wisconsin
game could make or break the
Hawks.
Iowa, behind Fred Riddle's con-
ference record five .touchdownl
passes, beat Indiana 37-26 Satur-
day while Wisconsin, with junior
quarterback Harold Brandt at the
controls, polished off Purdue 38-
20.
Faust Lost
MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota
learned yesterday that linebacker
Paul Faust has been lost for the
Illinois game Saturday, and pos-
sibly longer, because of a dis-
located shoulder suffered against
Northwestern.
Coach Murray Warmath made
two first team changes. Junior
Larry Peterson displaced senior
Bob Sadek as No. 1 offensive
quarterback, while junior Jay
Sharp took over from Mike Reid
at fullback.
Ex- Wolverine
;Tops All Divers
By The Associated Press
TOKYO-Bob Webster, former
Michigan star and Olympic and
Pan-American Games platform
diving champion, captured his
specialty with a magnificent final
dive off the 10-meter tower yes-
terday in one of the highlights
of Tokyo's International Sports
Week.
The acrobatic Santa Ana, Calif.,
star collected 19.20 points for a
nearly perfect running forward
three-and-one-half somersault to
overhaul Japan's Shunsuke Kane-
to. Kaneto tried the same dive,
lost his balance and fell awkward-
ly. He received only 12.42 points.
Webster won with 150.72.

ENGINEERING
SCIENCES

ALL DEGREE LEVELS

" Electronics
" Mechanical
" Industrial
" Engineering Physics
" Mathematics
" Statistics

-Associated Press
GOAL-LINE PILEUP-Illinois halfback Sam Price (47) is stopped
after a yard gain on Ohio State's one-yard line in the first quarter
of action in last Saturday's match between Ohio State and
Illinois, which ended in a surprising 20-20 tie. The Buckeyes'
Tom Bugel (66) makes the tackle. Also shown in the pileup are
the Illini's Brian Duniec (75) and Jim Grabowski (31). A few
plays later, Illinois scored-it was the first touchdown the Bucks
have given up this season.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

! Computer Technology
-Hardware Design
-Software Research
1 Communication Systems
-Propagation Research
--Complex Design

By The Associated Press
NORMAN, Okla.--University of
Oklahoma first unit halfback Joe
Don Looney was dismissed from
the Sooner football squad yester-
day "for disciplinary reasons."
Coach Bud Wilkinson made the
brief announcement yesterday
afternoon and declined further
comment.
Looney, 224-pound senior +from
Fort Worth, Tex., said he prob-
ably would remain in school at
Oklahoma. He said he needs about
two more years of classwork to
graduate.
Because he is a senior, Looney
would be unable to transfer to
another school and play football.
Looney led the Sooners in rush-
ing last season with 852 yards
and led the nation in punting with
a 43.4 yard average. His rushing
total ranked fifth nationally.
Looney also led the Sooners', in
scoring last season with 10 touch-
downs and 62 points.
He carried the ball only once in
the season opener against Clem-
son this year. He had a good day
in the Sooners' upset win over
Southern California, carrying 12
times for 62 yards, including a
19-yard romp for the game's first
NHL Standings

touchdown. He managed only four
yards in six carries in last Satur-
day's 28-7 loss to Texas.
* ' * *
Sugar Wins
PARIS - Sugar Ray Robinson,
43-year-old former middleweight
champion, won a decision in a
10-round bout with art museum
guard Armand Vanucci last night.
Robinson, five - time middle-
weight champ and once the wel-
terweight king, weighed in at
159% pounds.
* $*.
Political Olympics
BADEN - BADEN, Germany -
The agenda was set yesterday for
the most explosive session the
61-year-old International Olym-
pic Committee-has ever known-
an agenda that looks more like
one for the United Nations.
Olympic officials refused to dis-
close the exact details of the
agenda but the problems were so
complicated that it seemed poli-
ticians were needed in Baden-
Baden rather than sports repre-
sentatives.
Fisher Promoted
DETROIT - Fritz Fisher was
promoted to the winter roster of
the Detroit Tigers yesterday.
The former Wolverine pitcher
was signed off the University cam-
pus last June. He was one of three
ex-collegiate hurlers to be brought
up by the Tigers. Promotions were
also given to Joe Sparma and
Pete Craig, formerly of Ohio
State and the University of De-
troit, respectively.
All three pitched for Knoxville
in the Sally League last season
and had to be moved up or be-
come subject to the first-year
player draft at $8,000 each.
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Chicago 5 0
Green Bay 4 1
Detroit 2 3
Minnesota 2 3
Baltimore 2 3
Los Angeles 0 5
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.400 94 90
.400 118 155
.400 91 95
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Cleveland
St. Louis
New York
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Washington'
Dallas

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122 122
121 90
120 131
110 129
86 134

SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Dallas 17, Detroit 14
Cleveland 35, New York 24
St. Louis 24, Pittsburgh 23
Baltimore 20, San Francisco 3
Philadelphia 37, Washington 24
Green Bay 37, Minnesota 28
Chicago 52, Los Angeles 14

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Chicago
Montreal
Toronto
Boston
New York

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50 years?
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SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Montreal 6, New York 2
Toronto 5, Boston 1
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 3, Boston 0
Chicago 4, Toronto 2

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I wonder if I might ask you
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Be my guest.

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Boston 3 3 0 .500125
Houston 3 3 0 .500 121
Buffalo 2 3 1 .400 121

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Kansas City
Denver
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109 156
94 92

FRIDAY'S RESULT
Boston 20, Oakland 14
SUNDAY'S RESULTS
San Diego 24, New York 20
Houston 33, Denver 24
Buffalo 35, Kansas City 26

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