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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 47. 19ft'

PAESXTEMCIA AL

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Hawkeyes

Contain

Favored

Wolverines,

Gain

Tie

4

Timberlake, Anthony Team
To Spark Michigan Offense

Quarterbacks Motivate Offensive Drives;
Snook Runs All Three Iowa Touchdowns

V.

(Continued from Page 1)

five-year tenure as head coach.
Meanwhile, Anthony rolled for
83 yards in 19 carries himself and
scored all three Michigan touch-
downs. He ran 13 yards to score
in the first period and went one
and three yards for touchdowns
in the third quarter.
Together, Timberlake and An-
thony carried on 43 of 60 Michigan
running plays and produced 220
of the team's 276 yards on the
ground.
Their efforts, however, were off-
set by the play of Iowa quarter-
back Gary Snook. He ran 13 yards
for a second-period score, hit
giant end Cloyd Webb, Big Ten
discus champion, for another be-
fore halftime and then pulled the
Hawkeyes into the tie by hooking
up with flanker Paul Krause on
a 25-yard pass-and-run in the last
period.
By the end of the game, the
Wolverines had lost the services
of their entire defensive backfield
-Dick Rindfuss, Jack Clancy and
John Rowser-to injuries and just
managed to hold the Hawkeyes to
a statistical as well as a point-
spread standoff.
Twin Offenses
Michigan gained 369 yards net
to 366 for Iowa and ran off 20
first downs to 19 for Iowa.
The entire game was a battle of
wits between Elliott and Burns.
Elliott had sent Michigan after
two-point conversions following
both third - period touchdowns,
missing the first but getting the
second on a Timberlake to John
Henderson pass.
Then, when Krause caught his
touchdown pass with 3:23 gone in
the last period, Burns went for
the conventional place-kick-fig-
uring, as :Daugherty did in his
team's 7-7 tie with Michigan in
October, that he'd have another
chance to come back.
As it worked out, both teams
subsequently missed field goals
deep in their opponents' territory,
Timberlake from the Iowa 29 with
8:52 gone in the last period and
Jay Roberts from the Michigan 35
with 13:43 gone.
That ended threats for both
teams.
Hawks Off Fast
The way the gamekstarted, it
looked like the Hawkeyes were1
going to have an easy time of it.'
They put together first-period
drives that carried to the Michi-
gan 27 and then to the two. A
holding penalty thwarted the first
after Rodgers had gotten it start-
ed by gaining 30 yards on the first
Tough Tie

three plays of the game; then a
key recovery by Tom Keating of
Snook's fumble at the two negated
a 49-yard reception by Krause at
the Michigan four.
Krause, a lean 6'3", outjumped
Michigan's three-deep backs on
the play and managed to hang on-
to the ball when he landed prone
on the ground.
Immediately after Snook's fum-
ble, Michigan drew inspiration
from Timberlake's 30-yard roll-
out around right end and drove
the rest of the 94 yards for the
touchdown.
Free Ride
Anthony drove through a big
hole over right tackle and plowed
over the goal line with several
Iowa defenders on his back.
Iowa struck for two touchdowns
within four minutes of each other
in the second period. Snook hit
Krause for 20 yards cutting over
the middle at the 13 and then
slipped around right end himself
for the final 13, shaking loose at
the line of scrimmage with the
help of Wally Hilgenberg's block.
The next time the Hawkeyes got
their hands on the ball, they mov-
ed 71 yards in four plays. Rodgers
drove through a traffic jam at
right end and raced 55 yards
down the right sideline until
Clancy knocked him out of bounds
on the Michigan 16.
After Harvey Chapman batted
down a goal-line pass aimed at
Krause, the 6'5" Webb hauled in
a lob pass over Clancy's head in
the front left corner of the end
zone.
. Lose Scoring Chance
The Wolverines had a chance to
pull even at halftime, but Rind-
fuss fumbled on the Iowa two to
snuff out a 63-yard drive that got
its main impetus on a 34-yard pass
from Timberlake 'to Chapman.
Opening the third period, Tim-
berlake and Anthony carried the
mail virtually all the way on a 59-
yard drive. Anthony dove over
right tackle for the touchdown on
a vital fourth-and-one play.
Anthony had been pushed back
almost immediately after taking
his dive over the line, and the
referees hesitated a second before
signaling the touchdown.
The conversion attempt failed
when Timberlake's roll-out pass
to Kirby was batted down in the
endzone.
Michigan scored near the end
of the period with Anthony going
over again from the three. The
two big plays in the drive were a
15-yard pass from Timberlake to
Henderson near the right sideline
and a 16-yard rollout by Timber-
lake to the nine.
Henderson's catch, his second
of the game, raised his season
total to 24, the highest total for
a Michigan receiver in recent his-
tory. Ron Kramer's high for a
season was 23.

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
RUSHING LEADER-Michigan quarterback Bob Timberlake (28) sweeps around his own right side
for a substantial gain against Iowa. Helping to clear the way is left tackle Tom Keating (79). Com-
ing in to make the play for the Hawkeyes is halfback Ivory McDowell (11). Timberlake rushed for
137 yards and passed for an additional 93 as the Wolverines and Hawkeyes played to a 21-21 tie.

BIG TEN ROUNDUP:

-,

By JIM BERGER
Associate sports Editor
It was quarterback day at Mich-
igan Stadium yesterday.
Iowa's Gary Snook and Michi-
gan's Bob Timberlake each ac-
counted for almost two-thirds of'
his team's total offense. Some
called Snook the best mortal quar-
terback that Michigan has played
against this season. (Michigan
played Navy earlier this year, and
their quarterback is Roger Stau-
bach.)
The sophomore from Iowa City
picked up 206 yards total. He
gained 158 through the air with
nine completions for 19 attempts.
On the ground, he picked up 48
yards net in 13 carries. Moreover,
he accounted for all three Iowa
touchdowns, passing for two and
running for the other.
Timberlake had his finest hour.
The junior signal caller chalked
up more rushing yardage than
any other Michigan back thus far
this year. Timberlake gained 137
yards on the ground and passed
for 93 yards while completing five
for 13 passes.
However, Timberlake was held
scoreless except for an extra point
and a two-point conversion when
he passed to end John Henderson.
It was Mel Anthony who convinc-
ed skeptics that he is a top-notch
Big Ten fullback.
The junior from Cincinnati
scored all three touchdowns, and
picked up 83 yards in 19 carries.
Anthony picked up 82 yards
against Minnesota. It was the pre-
vious Michigan high.
What Timberlake did yesterday
that he hadn't done that much be-
fore was run a delayed sneak. He
would hesitate before hitting the
line and it shook the Hawkeye de-
fense.
"We really didn't expect to see
him run that much," Iowa Coach
Jerry Burns said. "He looked
smarter and faster and I think
he's quicker than Ron DiGravio
(Purdue's quarterback)."
Timberlake's longest run was a
30 yard jaunt three plays after
Michigan had recovered an Iowa
fumble on the Hawkeye six yard
line.
"The play was a pass," Timber-
lake said. "But I saw the opening
and decided to run."

Wildcats Surprise Bucks, 17-8

By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS - Northwestern's
Wildcats saved something from a
disappointing football season yes-
terday as they wound up the
campaign with a 17-8 victory over
Ohio State.
The loss knocked the Buckeyes
out of the fight for the Big Ten
conference title and a Rose Bowl
bid.
Fullback Steve Murphy scored
on 16 and eight yard runs and
Pete Stamison booted a 23-yard
field goal, his seventh of the year,
to smother the favored Ohioans
before a crowd of 83,988.
Ohio State scored its lone
touchdown-its fourth in the last
five games-in the last 20 seconds
to avert its first shoutout in the
last 37 games. The score came on
a 31-yard pass from quarterback
Don Unverferth to halfback Paul
Warfield, and the 80-yard drive
for the score was aided by a 29-
yard pass interference penalty.
Illini Trim Badgers
MADISON- -Illinois kept alive
its hopes for the Big Ten football
championship and a trip to the
Rose Bowl by defeating Wisconsin
17-7 yesterday with the help of a
stubborn defense.
The Illini put together a long
drive after the opening kickoff
and a 24-yard runback with a
pass interception by George Don-
nelly for first half touchdowns
and then held on until Jim Plank-
enhorn booted a 26-yard field goal
38 seconds before the final gun.
The victory gave the Illini a
4-1-1 conference record. The title

and an accompanying trip to Pas-
adena will be at stake in a show-
down at Michigan State next
week. Illinois has an overall record
of 6-1-1 and is assured of its best
season since 1953.
Wisconsin dominated the action
in the second half but could not
muster a scoring punch except for
a 77-yard touchdown march mid-
way through the third period.
The Badgers, who top the Big
Ten in total offense although they
have not scored two touchdowns
in any game in five weeks, had
Illinois hanging on the ropes af-
ter Hall Brandt passed nine yards
to Lou Holland to cut thy deficit
to 14-7.
** * *
Purdue Nips Minnesota
LAFAYETTE-An 88-yard kick-
off return by Purdue sophomore
Gordon Teter was the difference
yesterday in the Boilermakers'
13-11 football victory over Min-
nesota.
Minnesota had a statistical edge
in everything but punts and fum-
bles. It lost the ball three times
on bobbles, making 16 lost-ball
fumbles in its last four games.
The Gophers were left in un-
disputed last place in the Big
Ten at 1-5. They missed four field
goal attempts in the last half
after fullback Mike Reid gave
them a 3-0 lead by booting a 33-
yarder in the first quarter.
* * *
Lewis Saves MSU
EAST LANSING - Speedster
Sherm Lewis sprinted 85 yards for
a touchdown in the fourth per-

iod and led Michigan State to a
12-7 victory over upset-minded
Notre Dame yesterday.
Lewis twisted through the Irish
defense, aided by a key block by
Mike Currie. It was the fifth run
Sof more than 801 yards this sea-
son for the mighty little MSU co-
captain. Included were two runs,
two pass receptions and a punt
return.
A crowd of 70,128 in Spartan
Stadium had been smelling an
upset after Notre Dame had a 7-6
lead over Michigan State going
into the final quarter.
State, now with a 6-1-1 record,
is the fourth ranked team in the
nation. The Spartans also lead
the Big Ten with ,a 4-0-1 confer-
ence mark. They play Illinois in
what shapes up as a battle for
league championship honors and
the Rose Bowl bid at East Lans-
ing next Saturday.
** * *
Oregon Tops Indiana
PORTLAND - Bob Berry's 29-
yard touchdown pass to H. D.
Murphy with 11 seconds remain-
ing gave Oregon a 28-22 victory
over Indiana yesterday in an in-
tersectional football game.
The score came after the Big
Ten team had seemingly wrapped
up the game with a 26-yard field
goal by fullback Tom Nowatzke.
That made it 22-21 for Indiana
with only 1 minute, 3 seconds left.
But Oregon came flying back
on Berry's passes, moving 75 yards
in five plays with the winning'
toss going to Murphy, who simply
outran his taller defenders and
took the pass over his shoulder in
the end zone untouched.

"On many of the plays I didn't
plan to run but it looked like the
best thing to do at the time."
Burns thought Snook played a
good game but thought his per-
formance against Minnesota the
week before was better. Snook
passed for three touchdowns in
the Hawkeye's 27-13 win.
* * *
Looking at the statistics, the
game deserved to be a tie. The
Wolverines picked up 369 yards
total offense while the Hawkeyes
totaled 366. Michigan had 19 first
downs. Iowa had 20.
* * *
Iowa could have won or lost the
game if they had gone for a two
instead of one point conversion
after the final touchdown. "I think
we did the right thing," Burns
said. "There were 11 minutes left
and we just had moved the ball
real well.
"And we did have the chance,"
Burns added, "but we missed the
field goal."
Jay Roberts attempted from the
Michigan 35, and if it were suc-
cessful, it would have been a new
Hawkeye record. Roberts earlier
this year set the mark with a 39
yard boot.
* * *
Burns, who has 14 Michigan
boys on his squad, said that they
were "too up" for the game.
"Usually the Michigan boys
really get up when they play Mich-
igan," he explained. "Today they
were a little too high." Burns
himself is a Michigan man, play-
ing for the Wolverines in the late
'40's.
Burns wasn't delighted with the
tie outcome. "Naturally we're not
happy with a tie, but the boys felt
good about coming from behind."
* * *
Michigan fans saw a lot of Har-
vey Chapman, one of the hereto-
fore forgotten men on theWol-
verine squad. "Chapman played a
lot because he's a replacement for
Clancy on offense and Rowser on
defense and they both were shaken
up," Michigan Coach Bump Elliott
said. Clancy had a head injury;
Rowser a badly cut lip. Halfback
Dick Rindfuss reportedly had a
head injury but limped off the
field. Also, center Brian Patchen
sprained his ankle. All four are
expected to play next weekend
against Ohio State.
Elliott praised Chapman and he
had special praise for both Tim-
berlake and Anthony.
* * *
Michigan's second line which
performed almost as well as the
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first unit the last two weeks wasn't
so successful yesterday.
"They came in under some bad
circumstances," Elliott said. "But
in the second half, we used sec-
ond team players and first team
boys together."
The game went true to form in
the fact that Iowa scored most of
their points in the second quar-
ter and the opposition looked best
in the third frame.
Iowa previously scored 41 points
in the same period. Yesterday they
scored 14. Previously their opposi-
tion had scored 41 in the third
quarter. Yesterday, Michigan scor-
ed 14. In yesterday's third quar-
ter, the Hawkeyes picked up a
minus two yards total offense in
eight plays.
Looking ahead toward Ohio
State, Elliott explained that yes-
terday's game is just another ex-
ample of the fluctuating Big Ten.
Iowa lost to Ohio State, 7-3. Look-
ing at yesterday's game that would
seem almost an impossibility.
"In the Big Ten this year it's
hard to compare anything," Elliott
said. "Anything can happen from
week to week ,and it's hard to ex-
pect anything."

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Big Ten
Standings

Michigan Stat
Illinois
Ohio State
MICHIGAN
Wisconsin
Purdue
Northwestern
Iowa
Indiana
Minnesota

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te 4
4
3
2
3
3
3
2
1
1

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0
2
1
2
3
3
4
3
4
5

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1
2
0
0
0
1
0
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Pct. PF PA
.900 95 30
.750 112 77
.700 61 55
.500 81 71
.500 95 101
.500 91 125
.429 105 103
.412 95 91
.200 74 118
.167 50 95

McKinley Hurt
Playing Tenniis
SYDNEY (R)-Chuck McKinley,
America's main hope in the Davis
Cup challenge round against Aus-
tralia next month, suffered a mus-
cular spasm in his back losing to
Britain's Mike Sangster in the
semifinals of the New South Wales
Tennis Championships yesterday.

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Chicago
Toronto
Montreal
Detroit
New York
Boston

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6
6
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2
4
5
6
11
9

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2
4
2
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2

Pts.
24
18
16
14
8
8

GF GA
55 35
46 38
47 44
30 34
38 51
29 44

MICHIGAN IOWA
First Downs 20 19
Rushing 15 10
Passing 5 9
Penalty 0 1
Total No. of Rushes 60 43
Net Yards-Rushing 276 208
Passing 93 158
Forward Passes Att. 13 19
Completed 5 9
Intercepted by - 0 0
Yds. intercept, ret. 0 0
Total Plays (Rushes and
Passes 73 62
Punts, Number 4 5
Average distance 41 38
Kickoffs, returned by 4 3
Yards Kicks Returned 141 56
Punts 45 5
Kickoffs 96 51
Fumbles, Number 4 1
Ball lost by 3 1
Penalties; Number 3 3
Yards penalized 34 40
MICHIGAN 7 0 14 0-21
IOWA 0 14 0 7-21

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Detroit 1, Boston 1 (tie)
Toronto 5, New York 4
Chicago 5, New York 2
TODAY'S GAMES
Montreal at Boston
New York at Toronto
Detroit at New York
NBA
New York 122, Cincinnati 114
St. Louis 115, Baltimore 112

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