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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5.1962

ISU, OSU, Illinois Remain To Battle for

Title

Texas Tops AP Poll
But Lead Narrows

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won. Also Illinois meets pre-season
favorite Wisconsin and, in the
final game, co-leader Michigan
State. This game could easily de-
cide the championship.
Apparently underrated in pre-
season polls, Michigan State
trounced defending champion
Wisconsin, 30-13, to remain tied
for the conference lead.

Sherman Lewis and fullback
Roger Lopes were the Spartan
workhorses as they ground out
most of State's 273 yards rushing.
Lopes ran for two counters and
Lewis went 87 yards with a pass
from quarterback Steve Juday .for
another. Juday was forced out of
the game early in the second quar-
ter with a shoulder separation.
Dick Proebstle replaced Juday Who
will probably be out for the rest
of the season.
Michigan State's defense held
the Badgers to only 29 yards on
the ground but Wisconsin's pass-
ing attack prevented the game
from being a shutout. Southpaw
quarterback Harold Brandt com-
pleted nine out of 20 passes for
117 yards and his replacement,
Dave Fronek, hit on 10 of 15 for
171 yards.
To remain on top, Michigan
State must defeat Purdue, who has

a habit of humbling the Spartans
when they seem to be Rose Bowl
bound. State also faces Illinois in
the season's final and perhaps
most crucial game.
Buckeyes Triumph
The Buckeyes of Ohio State
scored a 7-3 come-from-behind
victory over Iowa Saturday to pre-
serve their title bid. Tom Barring-
ton, a sophomore quarterback
switched to halfback, and full-
back Matt Snell sparked Ohio
State on a 74-yard scoring drive
in the third quarter. Iowa's only
score came on a 34-yard field goal
by Jay Roberts earlier in the
third quarter. Neither team was
able to pass effectively, each com-
pleting only two.
Ohio State appears to have a
schedule advantage in the con-
ference games remaining. The
Buckeyes face a pair of second-
division teams, Northwestern and
Michigan.
In the other Big Ten games last
Saturday, Indiana upset Minneso-
ta, 24-6, on the running of/ Tom
Nowatzke who churned for 138
yards, more than half of Indiana's
total.

By The Associated Press
Unbeaten, untied Texas held
firmly to its position as the na-
tion's No. 1 college football team
today, but new strength gathered
in The Associated Press weekly
poll for Illinois, Mississippi, Navy
and Auburn.
Also, Michigan State moved in-
to the select Top Ten, taking over
the No. 9 spot after a 30-13 vic-
tory over Wisconsin. The latter
rated eighth, dropped from the list
in the only radical change of the
week.
Texas, with a 7-0 record, gained
45 of the 53 votes of a special
panel of sports writers and broad-
casters to get the top spot for the
fourth week in a row. These were
four less votes than received in the
preceding balloting and the lead-
ers' point total-based on 10 for a
first place vote, 9 for second, etc.--
also fell below the previous mark.
The Longhorns slid past South-
ern Methodist last week 17-12.
Illini Second
Second-place Illinois, 41-21 con-
queror of Purdue, increased its

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first place votes from one to four
and added 67 points to its total,
now standing at 425.
The next three teams-Missis-
sippi, Navy and Auburn - also
picked up a fatter vote harvest
after impressive victories, Missis-
sippi clobbered Louisiana State 37-
3, Navy thrashed Notre Dame 35-
14 and Auburn, like Texas, unbeat-
en and untied, won over Florida
19-0.
These places remained unchang-
ed from a week ago as did No. 6
Oklahoma, which routed Colorado
35-0, and No. 7 Alabama, squeak-
ing winner over Mississippi State
20-19.
Pittsburgh, which turned back
Syracuse 35-27 in a freak snow
and thunderstorm, jumped from
10 to eighth. Ohio State dropped a
notch-from ninth to 10th-al-
though winner over Iowa 7-3.
Texas has a formidable test Sat-
urday against Baylor; Illinois
plays Michigan. Mississippi has a
breather with Tampa, Navy tackles
Maryland and Auburn has a date
with Mississippi State.
Other assignments for Top Ten
teams include: Oklahoma vs. Iowa
State; Pitt vs. Notre Dame, Mich-
igan State vs. Purdue and Ohio
State vs. Penn State. Alabama is
idle.
The top ten teams with first
place votes in parentheses, season
records and points on a 10-9-8-7-6-
5-4-3-2-1 basis:
W L T Pts.
1. Texas (45) 7 0 0 502
2. Illinois (4) 5 0 1 425
3. Mississippi (1) 5 0 1 343
4. Navy (1) 6 1 0 322
5. Auburn (2) 6 0 0 310
6. Oklahoma 5 1 0 209
7. Alabama 6 1 0 158
8. Pittsburgh 5 1 0 115
9. Michigan State 4 1 1 109
10. Ohio State 4 1 1 98
Others receiving votes, listed al-
phabetically: Army, Baylor, Georgia
Tech, Memphis state, Nebraska,
North Carolina State, Penn State,
Princeton, Southern California,
Syracuse, Washington, Wisconsin.

W L T Pct. Pts. O.P.
Cleveland 7 1 0 .875 234 148
New York 6 -2 0 .750 230 170
St. Louis 5 3 0 .625 201 166
Pittsburgh 4 3 1 .571 200 171
Philadelphia 2 5 1 .286 151 207
Dallas 2 6 0 .250 163 218
Washington 2 6 0 .250 164 223
Western Division
Chicago 7 1 0 .875 184 82
Green Bay 7 1 0 .875 241 119
Detroit 4 4 0 .500 188 132.
Baltimore 3 5 0 .375 143 167
Minnesota 3 5 0 .375 173 223
Los Angeles 2 6 0 .250 114 240
San Francisco 1 7 0 .125 102 222
Sunday's Results
New York 38, St. Louis 21
Chicago 17, Baltimore 7
Cleveland 23, Philadelphia 17
Dallas 35, Washington 20
Detroit 45, San Francisco 7
Green Bay 33, Pittsburgh 14
Minnesota 21, Los Angeles 13

McKINLEY AVENGES:
U.S. Swamps India
In Interzone Finals

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LOSING CAUSE-Billy Smith of Wisconsin is downed by two
unidentified Michigan State tacklers in Saturday's Big Ten tussle.
MSU virtually knocked the favored Badgers out of contention for
the conference crown by trouncing them 30-13.

AFL
Eastern Division
W L T Pet. Pts.
Boston 5 4 0 .556 231
Houston 5. 4 0 .556 180
Buffalo 4 4 1 .500 193
New York 3 4 1 .429 167
Western Division
San Diego 6 2 0 .750 237
Oakland 5 4 0 .556 187
Denver 2 5 1 .286 193
Kansas City 2 5 1 .286 181
Sunday's Results
Buffalo 30, Denver 28

O.P.
156
200
210
247
161
158
261
176

Oakland 10, Kansas City 7 -
NHL Standings
W L T Pts. GF GA
Chicago 7 1 2 16 34 18
Montreal 5 3 2, 12 37 30
Toronto 5 4 0 10 27 22
Detroit 4 6 1 9 25 33
New York 4 6 0 8 26 32
Boston 2 7 1 5 17 31
Sunday Results
Boston 4, Detroit 1
Montreal 5. Now York 3

BOMBAY, India (A) - ChuckY
McKinley settled a two-year-old
score and completed a 5-0 sweep
for the United States over India
yesterday in the Interzone Davis
Cup tennis finals.
In the last match of the series,
clinched by the Americans Sun-
day, the 22-year-old Wimbledon
champion from St. Ann, Mo.,
avenged a 1961 loss to India's
Ramanathan Krishnan with a 10-
8, 6-8, 6-2, 2-6, 6-0 victory. In an
earlier final singles . match, re-
duced to a formality, Martin Ries-
sen of Evanston, Ill., subbing for
Dennis Ralston, defeated Premjit
Lall 6-3, 2-6, 6-0, 6-1. Ralston
turned up with a blister on his
racket hand.
The Americans now move on
to Australia for the Challenge
Round at Adelaide Dec. 26-28.
"We can beat the Aussies,"
Bob Kelleher, non-playing United
States captain, predicted confi-
dently.
Kelleher said Ralston and Ries-
sen would fly to Australia directly.
McKinley will play an exhibition
Tuesday in Krishnan's.home town
of Madras, a southern seaport.
The other two members of the
squad-Frank Froehling of Coral
Gables, Fla. and Eugene Scott of
St. James; N. Y.-will play exhi-
bitions Tuesday in Calcutta, then
leave for Australia.
Warmup in Tourneys
The United States captain said
his boys would take part in three
or four tournaments prior to the
Challenge Round. The New South
Wales championships at Adelaide
Nov. 18-23, the Victorian Cham-

NBA Standings
Western Division
WV L Pet. GB
St. Louis 6 2 .750
San Francisco 4 2 .667 1
Los Angeles 4 3 .571 1,
Baltimore 2 6 .254
Detroit 1 5 .167 4

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pionships at Melbourne Nov. 28-
Dec. 7 and the West Australian
Championships at Perth Dec. 8-15.
They are likely to skip Perth,
where McKinley was involved in
a racket-tossing episode in 1960
and the United States team was
accused of wrecking a dressing
room after losing to the Italians
in the Interzone finals. The ac-
cusations were denied.
Although the match could not
alter the result, the McKinley-
Krishnan battle on the Cricket
Club of India clay court attracted
considerable interest. It was a
return engagement of the Davis
Cup meeting in New Delhi in 1961
when Krishnan beat the American
ace 6-3, 4-6, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4.
Both players went at each other
as if they were battling for the
Wimbledon crown.
McKinley had to ward off four
set points in the 12th game of the
opening set but finally pulled out
the set with a slambang attack
that broke Krishnan's service in
the 17th game.
The United States ace sent on
the defensive in the second set
and dropped it when he hit three
volleys into the net and double-
faulted to lose his service in the
14th game.
'M' Mermaids
Humble Foe
Michigan's Women's Swimming'
Team won its second meet of the
season last Friday in the Women's
Pool 70-26 over Western Ontario.
The invading team was coached
by last season's Wolverine men-
tor Rose Mary Dawson. It was an
unproductive homecoming for Mrs.
Dawson as her team managed to
win only two events.
This meet may possibly be the
last preparation the Wolverines
will have before entering the sec-
ond annual National Intercolleg-
iate Women's Swimming Meet at
East Lansing on Dec. 7. Michigan
is the defending champion in the
meet.
Against Western Ontario, Jan
Snavely and Sperry Jones each
took two firsts besides being on a
victorious relay team. Miss Snave-
ly won the 50- and 100-yd. free-
style races.
Miss Jones took first places in
the 50-yd. butterfly and the 200-
yd. freestyle. Cordy Thompson
was first in the 50-yd. backstroke.

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3k 3 6 .333
Shia 2 6 .250

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Sunday's Result
Cincinnati 95, Philadelphia 93

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Sue Man tle
To Pay Debt
DALLAS toP)-A trustee of the
bankrupt Mickey Mantle Enter-
prises, Inc., filed suit here yester-
day against the New York baseball
star asking that he pay some
$200,000 into the bankrupt cor-
poration.
The suit charges Mantle divert-
ed money he earned from non-
baseball activities, including en-
dorsements, to his own use, when
these funds should have gone to
the corporation.
In the suit filed by Philip I.
Palmer, Jr., trustees for the cor-
poration which was declared bank-
rupt in August 1962, the history of
the company was traved this way:
Mantle,'in June 1956, assigned
exclusive rights for the use of his
name in connection with endorse-
ments of products and radio and
television appearances, and other
activities exclusive of his baseball
career, to the corporation.
Liston, Clay
Await Signing
DENVER (P)-It appears defi-
nite - heavyweight champion
Charles (Sonny) Liston is about
to give gabby Cassius Clay a
crack at his crown.
The decks were cleared yester-
day for the two fighters to sign
contracts today for a bout, prob-
ably in February at a site to be
named later. The signing will be
at the Hilton Hotel, probably at 2
p.m. (MST).
Clay was reported heading this
way in a caravan consisting of an
expensive new automobile and a
36-passenger bus decorated with
signs reading: "I'm the greatest"
and "Cassius Clay, next heavy-
weight champion."
The Louisville Lark has been
quoted as saying he would flatten
"The Bear," as he refers to Liston,
in eight round, "but if he keeps
talking jive, he will go in five."

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