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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1963

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NATIONAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP:

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Texas Clinches Cotton Bowl Trip; Middies, Panthers.

Romp

By The Associated Press
AUSTIN-Unbeaten, untied and
topranked Texas cinched the
Southwest Conference football
title and became the Cotton Bowl
host on Jan. 1 yesterday by whip-
ping Texas Christian University
17-0.
Sophomore backs Phil Harris
and Tommy Stockton took the
scoring honors for Texas, both
taking in touchdowns from three
yards out.
Stocking-footed kicking special-
ist Tony Crosby provided the other
Texas scoring with a 42-yard field
goal and two conversions, running
his string to 24 straight conver-
sions this season.
s Texas has only Texas A&M re-
maining on Thanksgiving Day in
its quest for the national cham-
pionship.
The victory assured Texas of
*being Cotton Bowl host Jan. 1,
since it has beaten all other con-
ference title contenders. It will
N be the third straight year for
Texas to be Cotton Bowl host.
Texas broke the scoring ice
when safety man Tony King pick-
ed off a long passby Donny Smith
and returned it 21 yards to the
Texas Christian 46.
Wingback Harris took a pitch-
out from quarterback Duke Car-
lisle to carry it in for the first
touchdown from three yards out
after Stockton threw a vital
block.
Texas took advantage of an-
other TCU miscue in the second
period to pad the score 10-0 at the
halftime. TCU punter Garry
Thomas got a bad snap on a
fourth down situation and got
caught on his own 31-yard line.
Texas failed to make yardage, and
Crosby put a field goal through
1 the uprights from 42 yards out.
Navy Outscores Duke
DURHAM, N.C. - Marvelous
Roger Staubach's running and
'passing ignited a devastating Navy
offense in the first half and the
second-ranked Middies defeated
Duke 38-25 yesterday in a wild-

scoring regionally televised foot-
ball game.
The crowd of 41,000 saw Navy
and Duke score a total of 56
points during the first half. The
Middies, now 8-1 for the season
and apparently headed for a post-
season bowl game, scored every
time they got the ball during the
first two periods.
It was Duke's third loss against
five victories and one tie.
Duke threatened several times
in the closing quarter but the
Middies held each time and forced
the Blue Devils to punt. Navy
halfback John Sai raced 93 yards
off tackle for a touchdown in the
closing minutes to seal the victory.
Navy had a 31-25 halftime edge.
* * *
Bruins Upset Huskies
LOS ANGELES - UCLA threw
the switch on the Rose Bowl-
bound Washington football team
yesterday dealing the Huskies a
14-0 defeat in one of the biggest
upsets in the nation this year.
The Bruins of UCLA, who had
won only one game and had lost
seven, traveled 88 yards in the
second quarter to score their fist
touchdown, and put together an-
other drive of 76 yards in the
third -for another.
UCLA was two-touchdown un-
derdog going into the Big Six
Conference game before 30,398
under sunny skies in Memorial
Coliseum.
Halfback Byron Nelson scored
both touchdowns, the first an
eight-yard toss by quarterback
Steve Sindell, the second from
Larry Zeno for four yards.
Washington crossed the midfield
stripe but once in the first half
and then only to the UCLA 48.
The aroused Washington team,
aided by a couple of UCLA fum-
bles, got down to the UCLA 13.
and then again to the Bruin four.
But each time the hard-hitting
Bruins jarred the ball loose and
recovered each fumble.
Sindell, the Bruins' third-string
quarterback playing his first var-
sity football, guided the first
UCLA scoring series.
Zeno, a better run-pass option
quarterback, steered UCLA 13
plays for the second touchdown,
mixing up his attack. On the
extra-point play, Zeno was chased
all over the place and finally

arched a long pass to Profit, who
fought his way five yards into the
end zone for the two-pointer.
* * *
Pitt Blanks Army
PITTSBURGH - Lightning like
touchdown dashes by Paul Mar-
tha and Fred Mazurek and the
bull-like rushes of Rick Leeson
ripped apart Army's vaunted rush,
defense yesterday as sixth-ranked;
Pittsburgh scored a 28-0 football
victory.
Halfback Martha scored what
turned out to be the winning
points for the bowl-minded Pan-
thers when he raced around his
right end for 48 yards and a
touchdown late in the opening;
quarter.
Army, now 7-2, went into theJ
SCORES
GRID PICKS GAMES
MICHIGAN 21, Iowa 21 (tie)
Illinois 17, Wisconsin7?
Purdue 13, Minnesota 11
Northwestern 17, Ohio State 8
Michigan State 12, Notre Dame 7
Oregon 28, Indiana 22
Alabama 27, Georgia Tech 11
So. Methodist 14, Arkansas 7
Clemson 21, Maryland 6
Navy 38, Duke 25
Mississippi State 7, LSU 6
North Carolina 27, Miami (Fla) 16 1
So. California 28, Oregon St. 22 (Fri.)
Pittsburgh 28, Army 0{
Texas 17, Texas Christian 0
Vanderbilt 10, Tulane 10 (tie)
UCLA 14, Washington 0
Washington State 32, Stanford 15 1
Princeton 27, Yale 7
Oklahoma 13, Missouri 31
OTHER GAMES
Syracuse 50, Richmond 0
Harvard 24, Brown 121
Florida St. 14, N. Carolina St. 0
West Chester 36, Slippery Rock 7
Miami (0) 27, Dayton 27 (tie)
Nebraska 20, Oklahoma St. 16
Ohio University 16, Bowling Green 0
Tulsa 22, Houston 21
Kentucky 19, Baylor 7
Mississippi 20, Tennessee 0
Kansas 43, Colorado 14t
Air Force 30, New Mexico 8
California 35, Utah 22
Texas A & M 13, Rice 6
Dartmouth 12, Cornell 0
Penn State 28, Holy Cross 14r
Columbia 35, Pennsylvania 8
Boston College 30, Virginia 21
Kansas State 21, Iowa State 10t
Wake Forest 20, South Carolina 19
Auburn 14, Georgia 01
Louisville 21, Western Michigan 7
Kalamazoo 71, Kenyon 20
Hillsdale 31, Central Michigan 23 1

game with a rushing average of1
206 yards per game while allow-
ing opponents an average of only
83.8 yards-the fourth best rush
defense in the nation. However,
Pitt ruined both of these marks,
running handily against Army
while a rugged defense kept the
Cadets' attack well contained.
Army posted only two serious
scoring threats and these were
set up by a fumble and an in-
tercepted pass. The fumble re-
covery came on the Pitt 20, but
the Cadets had to settle for a field
goal attempt which Dick Heydt
missed from the 18.
Mazurek's touchdown came on
a 33-yard sprint which culmi-
nated a 50-yard march in the sec-
ond period. The flashy junior
quarterback faked to Leeson, then
broke over left end for the score.
Leeson, who kicked a 29-yard
field goal in the second quarter,
made the score 21-0 in the third
period when he crashed into the
Army end zone from the five.
The final touchdown came with
about a minute left in the game
when Kenny Lucas threw a 28-
yard pass which was deflected by
an Army defender into the arms
of Eric Crabtree in the end mone.
* * *
Crimson Tide Rolls
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Ala-
bama's fired-up Crimson Tide
smashed to a 27-11 Southeastern
Conference football victory over
Georgia Tech yesterday behind
the running of halfback Benny
Nelson and quarterback Joe Na-
math.
Nelson scored two touchdowns
on runs of one and six yards. Na-
math scored one and kept the
Tide's touchdown drives going
with his keepers on the option
play.
Junior halfback Ray Ogden
scored Alabama's first touchdown
in the opening period on a 44-
yard run around right end after
taking a haidoff from Namath.
Quarterback Billy Lothridge of
Georgia Tech added to his na-
tional career field goal record with
a 41-yarder in the second period.
The kick was his 21st and 12th
of the year.
Lothridge also scored Tech's
lone touchdown on a one-yard
sneak and passed to halfback Joe
Auer for a two-point conversion.

Defensive back Bill Piper inter-
cepted a Lothridge pass late in the
fourth period and ran it to the
15. Nelson went to the two and
Namath scored the Tide's final
touchdown with only four seconds
remaining in the last quarter.
* * *
Sooners Top Tigers
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Sophomore
Larry Shields led fifth-ranked
Oklahoma to a cruicial 13-3 Big
Eight football victory over Mis-
souri yesterday with two touch-
downs, one a 65-yard punt return.
The victory kept Oklahoma's
conference record clean at 5-0 and
set up a title showdon with 10th-:
ranked Nebraska next week at
Lincoln. The winner will go to#
the Orange Bowl.I
Missouri was eliminated with a
4-2 league record. The Tigers
stand 6-3 in all games, Oklahoma
7-1.
Oklahoma's tough second half
defense made the difference. Both
of Shields' stolen passes came
when Missouri quarterback Gary
Lane had the wind at his back in
the final period.z
The gritty Missourians, out-
weighed in the line, stopped the
Sooners three times inside the
Missouri 10.
Lane had three passes inter-
cepted and Missouri lost three
fumbles.
Shields, a swift 197-pound sec-
ond-stringer, got key blocks from
tackle Glen Condren and end Rick
McCurdy on his 65-yard jaunt
in the first quarter.
This lifted the Sooners on top
to stay. The Tigers pulled up to_
6-3 at halftime on a 43-yard fieldr
goal by Bill Leistritz, kicking with
a strong wind.
Oklahoma got the clincher with
33 seconds left on a two-yard
plunge by Shields, climaxing a
68-yard drive. -
Ed McQuarters, a 240-pound
Oklahoma guard, broke through
repeatedly to throw Lane for_
losses.
* * *f
Princeton Prevails
PRINCETON, N.J. - TailbackI
H u g h MacMillan scored two
touchdowns and his understudy,
Don McKay, figured in two others
yesterday while pacing Princetont
to a 27-7 victory over Yale which

put the Tigers within a step of mouth in its final game here this downs on runs of six and four
the Ivy League football cham- week. The setback, the third for yards. McKay, injured much of
pionship. the Blues, eliminated Yale from the year, ran 29 yards to set up
With a 5-1 league record and contention. the second score and shot a rifle
7-1 over-all, Princeton can clinch MacMillan a c c o u n t e d for pass to end Bob Keys for the
the Ivy crown by beating Dart- Princeton's first and fourth touch- third.
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NFL-AFL ACTION:
Bears, Packers Collide;*Title

ti T 1 nA

By JIM LASOVAGE
The Western Division of the
National Football League may find
its final leader after today's game
at Chicago, where the co-leading
Bears and Green Bay Packers
clash for first place rights.
After losing the season's opener
to the Bears, 10-3, the Packers
have won eight consecutive games.
They are bidding for an unpre-
cedented third straight NFL
championship.
Chicago's only loss was to San
Francisco. The Bears' best asset
is their defense which has yield-

ed only 10 touchdowns all sea- after a tough 9-7 loss to the
son. Steelers last week.

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Both teams have place kickers
which could mean 9 big difference
in the outcome of the contest, but
Green Bay's offense should be
able to outrun the Bear defense
and lead the way to a victory,
The Bear offense has been rela-
tively tranquil in its last five at-
tempts.
In the East, the St. Louis Card-
inals move into Cleveland for a
shot at the Browns, in an attempt
to stay alive in the title race. But
Cleveland will be up for the game

r-- - - - -- -- - ,_1

Jimmy Brown needs only 118
yards to surpass Ollie Matson's
all-time total ball-carrying mark.
He still leads the league with a
7.1 yard average. This game should
narrow the race down to two
competitors, New York and the
Browns.
New York plays host to the San
Francisco 49ers, who have been
showing signs of being a profes-
sional ball club lately. But the
Giants, with the passing of league-
leading quarterback Y. A. Tittle,
should have little trouble in hand-
ing them their eighth defeat. It
would not be too surprising to
find the championship game a re-
match between the Giants and the
Packers.
Detroit, with the passing of
quarterback Earl Morrall, should
repeat the season's opener against
the Rams of Los Angeles. Gail
Codgill and Terry Barr are tied
for the league lead in touchdown
passes caught with eight.
The Lions will be anxious for
victory after being upset by a

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With a couple of breaks. the
Steelers will still have a chance
for the title. Washington will put
up a good fight before giving up,
though. It was only two big de-
fensive plays that helped the
Steelers to their first win over
the Redskins this year.
Baltimore showed its finest of-
fensive effort last week in upset-
ting the Lions with a total of 474
yards. Ray Berry, out most of
the season with an injury, is back
in the lineup and is as dangerous
as ever.
The Minnesota Vikings will
have to show a good deal more
hustle than they have been doing
previously to beat this hot Colt
team. Although Tommy Mason'
gained 154 yards last week, the,
Vikings will need more than onej
man to steal this show.
Philadelphia and Dallas will
match quarterbacks today ir at-a
tempts to keep out of the Eastern
cellar. Cowboy signal caller Don
Meredith came up with the best
performance of NFL passers this
year when he completed 30 out of
48 passes last week for 460 yards.
The Eagles may be using Sonny
Jurgensen, who has been out with
an injury, or King Hill, who has!
been doing a good fill-in job for'
him. With the two worst defenses
in the league on the field, this
promises to be a high scoring
game.
San Diego, Western Division
leaders in the AFL, will try to
protect its interests today when
they take on the Buffalo Bills.
The Bills have a chance to move
up on the Houston Oilers in the
East if they can top the Chargers,
but are underdogs because of San
Diego's stronger offense.
The New York Jets, comparable
to the Mets in their playing, are
not expected to give much trouble
to the Denver Broncos. And the
Boston Patirots should have a tea
party with the Kansas City Chiefs.

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All cars carry the 1-yr. G/W war-
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then now and $ave.
Overseas Imported Cars

NOW!!
Pre-Owned Examples
at November Savings!!!!
MG-A MK II Road. Nice!!
Austin Mini Cooper, Hot One!
Austin-Sprite Road/Hardtop,
Alfra-Romeo '2000 Conv.
MG-A '1600 Roadster.
Alfa-Romeo Roadster.
Alfa-Romeo Veloce Road.
Morris 1000, 2-door, Black

331 S. 4th Ave.
Ann Arbor

662-2541 1
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TRANSPORTATION
WANTED - Ride to New York over
Thanksgiving. Will share expenses.
Urgent. Phone Stockwell, ext. 1458
or care of Daily. G23
RIDE WANTED to Grayling or Atlanta,
Mich., this Friday after 4. Call Ed,
NO 8-9577. G22

BIKES AND SCOOTERS

SPORTS CAR ACCESSORIES
Custom Order Service
HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd. 665-9281.

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ANNOUNCING
WHIT'S TRUCK RENTAL
Ann Arbor
202 W. Washington St.
Call
NO 5-6875
Pick-ups Panels
Small Vans

HONDA of Ann Arbor
1906 Packard Road
665-9281
Z3
1963 SILVER EAGLE Motor Scooter -
Fully equipped, 4 months old. Cost
$616. Will take $400. 2740 Tim, Wooa-
idnd Lake, Brighton, anytime after
5 p.m. Z29
BEFORE YOU buy a scooter, talk with
any YAMAHA owner and get the facts
about his trouble-free machine.
Nicholson,s YAMAHA-TRIUMPH Sales
224 S. First 662-7409 Z36
ACCESSORIES AND PARTS. All Makes.
Custom Order Service
HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd. 665-9281. Z
VESPA-LAMBRETTA Owners-Save on
Parts and Accessories. Custom Order
Service. HONDA, 1906 Packard Rd.
665-9281. Z

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speaks on
"ISRAEL:
THE WEST IN THE EAST"

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