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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SU D Y NO,.~- a ,VEMBER 10_ 1119 2*sV

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MSU Tops Big Ten with

Victory over Purdue

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By The Associated Press

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LAFAYETTE - Michigan State
threw a blanket over Purdue's
aerial offensive and converted two
Boilermaker fumbles into scores as
it beat Purdue 23-0 yesterday.
The victory kept the Spartans
on the road to the Big Ten foot-
ball title and a possible Rose Bowl
date.
Michigan State bad great dif-
ficulty moving against the sup-
posedly loose Purdue defense in
the first half and led only 3-0 at
halftime on a 28-yard field goal
by Earl Latimer.
A Purdue fumble had opened
the way for that score, and an-
other fumble in the third quarter
set up Michigan State's first
first touchdown. The Spartans put
the game out of reach with two

more touchdowns in the fourth
quarter.
Neither team could cross mid-
field under its own power in the
first half. Michigan State got the
ball in Purdue territory twice on
a pass interception and a fumble
recovery and drove to the Purdue
12-yard line for the field goal
attempt.
The Boilermakers weren't quite
ready for Michigan State's scat-
back, Sherm Lewis, but they got
a free lesson early. On the third
play of the game he slipped off
tackle and went all the way from
the Michigan State 35-yard line,
but a penalty for illegal procedure
nullified the run.
Lewis never got loose like that
again, but he set up two touch-

downs with good runs. He drove
30 yards to the one-yard line in
the second quarter and carried 14
yards to the Purdue four in the
fourth period. Roger Lopes scored
both times on one-yard plunges.
Michigan State came to Lafa-
yette with the tightest defense in.
the Big Ten and demonstrated
that the statistics weren't lying.
Purdue got across midfield only
once and was stopped at Michigan
State's 36-yard line. The Spartans
held Purdue's Ron DiGravio to 65
yards by passing and never let
him hit for the long gains Purdue
needed.
* * *
Badgers by a Nose
MADISON - Wisconsin rallied
behind quarterback Hal Brandt in

t the fourth period and edged
Northwestern 17-14 on Dave
Fronek's 27-yard field goal with
1:38 remaining yesterday in a
sloppy battle of deflated Big Ten
football powers.
Brandt, who lost his starting
job to Fronek for the first time
this season, was given his chance
at the outset of the final quarter
with the Badgers trailing 14-7.
The junior southpaw connected
with Rick Reichardt on a 50-yard
touchdown pass and held the ball
as Fronek booted Wisconsin into
a 14-14 deadlock midway through
the finale. Then Brandt moved the
Badgers from their 34 to the
Northwestern nine in setting up
Fronek's decisive kick before a
partisan crowd of 65,388.
Wisconsin, smarting from two
straight setbacks which wiped out
its hopes of repeating as Big Ten
champion, lost the ball six times
on fumbles and twice on pass in-
terceptions.
Northwestern, rated a presea-
son power, surrendered the ball
twice on fumbles and two times
on pass interceptions in dropping
its fourth game in six conference
outings.
An interception by Dick Uhlir,
gave Northwestern the ball on the
Wisconsin 33 in the second period
and Tom Myers caught the Badg-
ers napping with a tackle eligible
play. Myers, who saw limited ac-

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i tion after a week long bout with
the flu, passed to tackle Tom
Ziemke for a 20-yard touchdown
maneuver.
Late in the opening half, Jimmy
Jones fumbled after hauling down
a Fronek pass and the ball went
' into the hands of a Northwestern
' defender. Four plays later, Jones
pounced on a fumble at the Wild-
cat 39. Then he completed a short
drive by taking Fronek's six-yard
pass in the end zone.
Swift Willie Stinson b r o k e
through his right side, slipped out
Top Ten Fare
Fair: 3 Lose
By The Associated Press
here's haw the nation's tap ten
college football teams fared in
yesterday's games, season records
in parenthesis:
1. Texas (8-0), beat Baylor 7-0.
2. Illinois (5-1-1), lost to Mich-
igan 14-8.
3. Mississippi -(6-0-1), b e a t
Tampa 41-0.
f 4. Navy (7-1), beat Maryland
42-7.
5. Auburn (6-1), lost to Mis-
sissippi State 13-10.
6. Oklahoma (6-1), beat Iowa
State 24-14.
7. Alabama (6-1), not sched-
uled.
8. Pitt (6-1), beat Notre Dame
27-7.
9. Michigan State (5-1-1), beat
Purdue 23-0.
10. Ohio State (4-2-1), lost to
Penn State 10-7.
SCORES
GRID PICAS
MICHIGAN 14, Illinois 8
Iowa 27, Minnesota 13
Michigan State 23, Purdue 0
Wisconsin 17, Northwestern 14
Penn State 10, Ohio State 7
Indiana 20, Oregon State 15
Dartmouth 47, Columbia 7
Harvard 21, Princeton 7
Pittsburgh 27, Notre Dame 7
Navy 42, Maryland 7
Clemson 11, North Carolina 7
Mississippi State 13, Auburn 10
Florida 12, Georgia 14
Louisiana State 28, TCU 14
Rice 7, Arkansas 0
Nebraska 23, Kansas 9
Southern Methodist 9, Texas A&M 7
Texas 7, Baylor 0
Tir Force 48, UCLA 21
Washington 39, California 26
OTHER SCORES
Cornell 28, Brown 25
Duke 39, Wake Forest 0
Maryland 13, Delaware State 0
Delaware 32, Temple 23
Bowling Green 21, Marshall 14
Cincinnati 39, North Texas State 7'
Oklahoma State 33, Tulsa 24
Wayne State 21, Case Tech 10
Ohio U. Western Michigan 13
Holy Cross 14, Virginia Military, 12
Army B, Utah 7
Connecticut 22, Boston U. 0
Geo. Washington 23, Brigham Young 6
Davidson 7, Lehigh 3
Virginia 9, William & Mary 7
Yale 28, Pennsylvania 7
Syracuse 15, West Virginia 13
Bucknell.14, Colgate 0
N.C. State 13, Virginia Tech 7
Swarthmore 42, Johns Hopkins 6
Tennessee 26, Tulane 0
Mississippi 41, Tampa 0
Slippery Rock 30, Clarion 0
NHL
Toronto 3, Chicago 3 (tie)
Montreal 4, New York 2
NBA
Cincinnati 118, Detroit 109
Baltimore 116, Philadelphia 100
Boston 113, St. Louis 91
AFL
Buffalo 27, Denver 17

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Big Ten
W L T Pct. PF PA
Michigan State 4 0 1 .900 95 30
Ohio State 3 0 1 .875 53 38
Illinois 3 1 1 .750 95 70
Wisconsin 3 2 0 .600 88 84
MICHIGAN 2 2 1 .500 60 50
Iowa 2 3 0 .400 74 70
Purdue 2 3 0 .400 78 114
Northwestern 2 4 0 .333 88 95
Indiana 1 4 0 .200 74 118
Minnesota 1 4 0 .200 39 82
of a tackler's arms at his 40, stiff-
armed Billy Smith at the Wiscon-
sin 40 and raced into the end zone
on a 63-yard scoring dash.
Iowa Has Soda'
IOWA CITY - Iowa broke out
of a three-game losing slump by
whipping Minnesota 27-13 in a
Big Ten football contest yesterday
behind the pin-point passing of
Gary Snook.
T h e sophomore quarterback
threw three touchdown passes and
tossed for a two-point conversion
as the Hawkeyes won their second
conference game against three
defeats.
Snook, making his second start
of the season, was helped by spec-
tacular catches by end Cloyd
Webb, who had been demoted to
the second team earlier in the
week, and by the Jarring defensive
play of guard Mite Reilly.

-Associated Press
ALLEY OOP---Michigan State guard Bill Benson sails high in an
attempt to block a Purdue punt in yesterday's 23-0 triumph.
Giving him a boost in the right direction is Boilermaker guard
Wally Florence (64). Other blockers are tackles Bob Hopp (60)
and Don Brooks (84).
PENN STATE OVER OSU
Pressures
Oregon State, Indiana Before Bowing
By The Associated Press

BLOOMINGTON-Tom Nowat-
zke scored 14 points and recovered
two Oregon State fumbles yester-
day as Indiana defeated the West
Coast football team 20-15.
Nowatzke, a 220-pound junior fullback, ran seven yards for a
touchdown, kicked field goals of
24 and 27 yards and booted two
extra points.
Oregon State took a first quar- 1
ter lead on a 43-yard field goal
by Steve Clark, but Indiana
scored the next 20 points, includ-
ing. a ten-yard touchdown pass
from Rich Badar to end Rich
Wervey.

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Webb stretched above Minnesota
defenders to take a 21-yard scor-
ing pass in the first quarter and .
outlegged a Gopher halfback in
the third period to nab a 46-yard
touchdown pass.
Snook, who hit on nine of 20
passes for 164 yards, tossed a 26-
yard touchdown strike late in the
second quarter to halfback Paul
Krause. Webb eluded three Goph-
ers to grab Snook's extra-point
pitch.
The Hawkeyes clinched , the
triumph early in the last period
when Bob Sherman intercepted a
pass thrown by Minnesota's Bob
Sadek and ran 30 yards for a
touchdown.
Iowa's first touchdown, when
the Hawkeyes were trailing 7-0,
was set up when Krause picked
off a Sadek pass and ran to the
Gophers' 23.
Minnesota, which dropped into
a tie for last in the Big Ten race
with a 1-4 record, scored when
Sadek lofted a 10-yard pass to
Kraig Lofquist in the end zone.
That score was provided by * a
Snook fumble which Aaron Brown
recovered on the Hawkeyes' 12-
yard line.

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to the Hoosier 31 on a flurry of
passes, including one from Queen
to Vern Burke that gained 31
yards.
But Queen was smeared for an
eight-yard loss on a fourth down
and four situation as the game
ended.
Another promising Oregon State
drive died earlier in the fourth
quarter when center Joe Tate of
Indiana intercepted a Queen Pass
on the Hoosier two.
Indiana now has won three
straight games, its longest victory
string since it won four in a row
in 1958.
COLUMBUS-Penn State cap-
italized on a missed first down
gamble by Ohio State in the third
quarter and Ron Coates kicked a
23-yard field goal that produced
a 10-7 upset of the 10th-ranked
Buckeyes yesterday.
With the score tied 7-7 in the
third quarter, the ground-eating
Ohioans needed only one-half
yard for a first down on their own
49, but a line plunge failed and
the Nittany Lions, 'with some sen-
sational passing by quarterback
Pete Liske, moved to the Buckeye
six. Then Coates booted a 23-yard
field goal for the conquest.
The Penn Staters, who moved
to a 6-2 record with yesterday's
triumph, gave Ohio the same op-
portunity in the second period,
surrendering the ball on downs on
their own 46. Eight plays later
Paul Warfield plunged five y rds
for a touchdown but than was
Ohio's dying gasp.
In the second half, in six at-
tempts with the ball, the hosts
failed to reach Penn State ter-
ritory.
Liske passed 13 yards to end Bill
Bowes to climax a 61-yard, eight-
play scoring drive on the first
series of the second half to dead-
lock the game,, and set the stage
for Coates' winning three-pointer.
The Lion quarterback, a magi-
cian at ball handling, was the
classiest signal caller seen here
this year. He completed 14 of 24
passes for 168 yards and one
touchdown and had only one in-
tercepted.
The interception was a big one.
Don Harkins of Ohio picked it off
on his own one-yard 'line; to stop
a Lions surge from the Ohio 43
where the Bucks had given up the
ball on downs.
Hoping to pull the game out,
Ohio took to the unfamiliar air-
ways in the late going, but Harold
Powell intercepted two passes to
preserve the Penn State victory.
Gary Klingensmith, Penn State's
deaf halfback, led the visiting
rushers with 81 yards in 11 tries
and, caught' four passes for 38.
Fullback Matt Snell of Ohio car-
ried 27 times for an even 100
yards advance.

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Oregon State battled back in
the fourth quarter, but fell short.
Gordon Queen passed 12 yards
to Dan Espalin for a touchdown,
but the Beavers failed in an at-
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