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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By TOM ROWLAND
End Stan Kemp hauled in a
ten-yard scoring pass in the clos-
ing minutes of the annual fresh-
man intrasquad scrimmage yes-
terday to give the Blues a 10-7
win over the Whites in cold and
dark Michigan Stadium.
Kemp leaped to haul in quar-
terback Dick Vidmer's pass on the
one and drove in to cap off a 60-
yard touchdown drive that was
sparked by Vidmer's passing and
the running of halfback Louis Lee
- and one that was almost
thwarted by a holding penalty
just as the Blues neared pay dirt.
With the Blues trailing 7-3 and
the clock running out, Vidmer
passed to Kemp and then to Lee
NTowUU-atzke,
Lopes Lead
All Scorers
CHICAGO 03)-Tom Nowatzke,
Indiana's 220-pound junior full-
back, has taken the Big Ten all-
games football scoring lead.
Clicking in every department,
Nowatzke has a total of 48 points
on five touchdowns, four field
goals and six extra points and
holds a six-point lead over full-
back Roger Lopes of Michigan
State, who has seven touchdowns
for 42 points.
Halfbacks Lou Holland of Wis-
consin and Sherman Lewis of
Michigan State are tied for third
with 36 points each.
The leaders with points scored
follows:
tds pat fg tp
Nowatzke, Indiana 5 6 4 48
Lopes, Michigan State 7 0 0 42
Holland, Wisconsin 6 0 0 36
Lewis, Michigan State 6 0 0 36
VanRaaphorst, Ohio St. 0 8 8 32
Henderson, Michigan 5 0- 0 30
Krause, Iowa 5 0 0 30
Snell, Ohio State 5 0 0 30
Stamison, Northwestern 0 1 6 29
Fronek, Wisconsin 4 15 0 27
Grabowski, Illinois 4 0 0 24
Murphy, Northwestern 4 0 0 24
Stinson, Northwestern 4 0 0 24
Plankenhorn, Illinois 0 11 4 23
Timberlake, Michigan 2 10 0 22
kkeep trim
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to set the ball at the White 35.
The White defense held for three
plays, bringing up a fourth-and-
two situation at the 27. Vidmer,
an ace in the hole with the op-
tion, went right and pitched to
Lee, who bulled his way for the
key first down.
On the next play Vidmer ran
the option to the other side, this
time lateralling out to halfback
Mike Bass, who bobbled the ball,
picked it off in midair, and then
raced to the four, only to have

the play nullified by a 15-yard
walk-off for holding.
Still not denied, Vidmer hit
Lee at the 13, and then fullback
Dave Fisher carried the ball to
the 10 to set up the tally.
Late Scores
All of the scoring came in the
final quarter, but the Whites made
two almost-good scoring bids in
the first half. Quarterback Rick
Vogt passed to end Clayt Wilhite
to put the Whites down on the
Blue seven yard line in the second

quarter, but the Blue nipped the
drive by pouncing on a fumble on
the next play.
In the closing seconds of the
first half the White threatened
again. They ended up trying a
field goal that went wide from
the Blue 10 on the last play before
the intermission.
The Blue finally got some points
on the scoreboard in the second
half by marching 97 yards to give
Jim Seiber a field "goal shot from
the White 10. The key play in the

drive was Lee's 50-yard dash after
taking Vidmer's pitchout that set
the Blue at the White 28. Vidmer
kept on another option to the nine
and then pitched out to speedster
Carl Ward, who carried to the
three. On fourth down at the two
yard line Seiber's kick put the
Blue into a 3-0 lead.
White Tally
The Whites bounced right back.
Jim Detwiler returned the kick-
off to the White 41, fullback Bob
Mielketraced to the Blue 42, and
five plays later the ball was on the
Blue 19. Two penalties then gave
the Whites the ball on the three,
and Volk scored on a sneak from
the one.
Besides scoring the winning
touchdown, Kemp showed top
punting form for the Blues. Center
Frank Nunly stood out as the bul-
wark in the middle of the Blue
line, and 240-pound tackle Henry
Cartwright made a good showing
for the White defense.
Big Ten
Standings
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Michigan State 4
Ohio State 3
Illinois 3
Wisconsin 3
MICHIGAN 2
Purdue 2
Iowa 2
Northwestern 2
Minnesota 1
Indiana 1

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-Daily-Richard Cooper
GETTING READY-White halfback Bob Mielke (32) prepares to meet the fate of the big Blue line
in yesterday's annual freshman scrimmage which the Blues eked out a 10-7 win. Leading Mielke's in-
terference is center Jack Craig (59), while Stanley Kemp (89) pursues from across the field. Kemp
scored the winning touchdown for the Blues. Closing in from the near side is end Dick Uhlman (83).

(Ties count % game won, 1/
game lost)

BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
MISU Takes Lead; OSU, Illinois Trail

Friday, November 15

By BUD WILKINSON
Michigan State moved into sole
possession of first place in the Big
Ten ahead of Ohio State and Il-
linois, but the race for the roses
won't be over until the last day of
the season.
Michigan State gained the con-
ference lead by trouncing Purdue,
23-0. The key to State's victory
was a tough and determined de-
fense which yielded only 68 yards
on the ground and 65 in the air.
Fleet-footed halfback Sherman
Lewis led the Spartans offense
averaging more than eight yards
a carry, and was aided by the
clutch running of fullback Roger
Lopes who scored two of State's
three touchdowns on one-yard
plunges. Dick . Proebstle, taking
over the quarterback spot from in-
jured Steve Juday directed the
team well and passed to Tom

Krzemienski for the third Spartan
tally.
Next week State goes against
Notre Dame in a non-conference
game and in the final game of the
season faces Illinois in a tilt which
could decide the championship. If
State wins the final game they
will wind up with a 5-0-1 record
and will be assured of at least
a share of the conference title.
If the Spartans lose the last
game they will still have a share
of the title if Illinois loses to Wis-
consin this Saturday and Ohio
State loses one of its last two
games.
OSU in Running
The Buckeyes of Ohio State,
who were upset last Saturday by
Penn State 10-7, are, also in the
running for the roses. To gain a
tie for the championship the
Buckeyes will have to win their
two remaining games with North-

western and Michigan if Michigan
State also wins their final game.
At present they are in second
place with a 3-0-1 record.
If Ohio State and Michigan
State tie for the championship,
Michigan State will probiably go
to the Rose Bowl. The usual Big
Ten procedure is to eliminate the
team that most recently went to
the bowl game. That was 1958 for
the Buckeyes and 1956 for the
Spartans.
Illinois, which fell victim to ex-
cessive fumbling and an alert
Michigan defense in the Wol-
verines' 14-8 victory Saturday, is
still not eliminated from the con-
ference race. Because the Illini
play seven conference games and
the Buckeyes and Spartans play
only six, Illinois cannot end up in
a tie for first. Right now the Il-
lini hold down the third spot in
the Big Ten with a 3-1-1 record.
-Their remaining games are with
Northwestern, which has been de-
feated three times in as many
games and conference leading
MSU. If Illinois should lose either
of the remaining games they will
be scratched from the title race.
However, if Illinois wins both its
games and Ohio State loses one,
the Illini would have a lead in
percentage points and would take
a trip to Pasadena for the New
Year's Day festivities.
Season's Climax
Regardless of who wins this
Saturday the championship)will be

decided in Michigan on Nov. 23
when Illinois meets MSU in East
Lansing and OSU comes to Ann
Arbor to tangle with the Wol-
verines.
In a game Saturday between the
pre-season favorites for the Big
Ten title, Wisconsin scored a 17-14
come-from-behind victory over
Northwestern. The Badgers lost
the ball eight times on six fumbles
and two pass interceptions, but
came to life in the fourth quar-
ter, scoring ten points on the pass-
ing of Harold Brandt and a 27-
yard field goal by Dave Fronek.
In other games featuring Big
Ten teams Saturday, Iowa defeat-
ed Minnesota 27-13, sending the
Gophers into a last place tie with
Indiana. Starring for the Hawk-
eyes was sophomore quarterback
Garry Snook who threw three
touchdown passes in his second
week as quarterback.
Indiana won its third in a row
defeating Oregon State, 20-15, on
the power running of fullback
Tom Nowatzke.
The Hoosiers downed Minnesota
in somewhat surprising effort two
weeks ago, 24-6. The win, their
first Big Ten victory, followed a
trouncing over Cincinnati, a team
whic his looking ahead to basket-
ball for exictement, 20-6.

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Boston 116, St. Louis 110

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given on
7 DECEMBER, 1963
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LATER THAN 22 NOVEMBER.
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