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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

Tuesday, October 12, 1971

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By JIM EPSTEIN
The three I's of the Big Ten
showed once again Saturday why
the conference has slipped from
the prominence it once enjoyed in
collegeiate football. The Big Ten
has the distinction of being able
to offer Indiana, Illinois or Iowa
to those interested in compiling a
mythical 'bottom ten" teams.
It took the Fighting Illini three
weeks to score a point, but when
they finally did; it was to no avail
as Sonny Sixkiller led Washington
to a 52-14 victory over Bob Black-
man's spirited but weak charges.
Last week the Illini scored

again, which might be an indica-
tion of better times ahead, but
still couldn't pull off the miracle
that would have had to occur for
Illinois to knock over Ohio State.
Illinois outgained the Bucks
414-292 and 198-8 in passing as
Woody Hayes apparently didn't'
think anything as advanced' as a
forward pass swould be needed
against the Illini. Reserve quar-
terback Greg Hare, subbing for
the injured Don Lamka, threw
only seven times, completing two
for the Buckeye's eight yards.
Rick Galbos picked up 112 yards
on 16 carries to lead the Buckeye

ground attack, but it was Randy
Keith who carried for the first
two Ohio State scores. Keith's
tallies were all that Woody need-
ed as the Illini folded neatly,
24-10.
Rufus (Roadrunner) Ferguson
took care of, the second L Road-
runner picked up 158 yards and
scored two touchdowns as Wis-
consin crushed Indiana 35-29. The
Hoosier's stayed close, but Fer-
guson's and Alan (A-Train)
Thompson's running coupled with
senior Neil Graff's aerials over-
powered the visiting Indianians.
Graff hit on six passes to flan-

one of the best in the country in
1970, allowed only eight of 24
passes to be completed for 69 net
yards.
Quarterback Garry Danielson'
hit on 15 of 20 passes for 300
yards last Saturday to lead his
Purdue teammates to a 27-13 vic-
tory over a tough Minnesota
squad. Darryl Stingley and Rick
Sayers each pulled in, six passes,

one each for a score, and teamed
with Otis Armstrong's 83 yards
on the ground to create the of-
fensive explosion.
Danielson was crunched by Go-
pher Mike Perfetti in the third
quarter and had to leave the
game. He could miss as many as
four games which would put a
big crimp into the Boilermak-
ers' already dim Rose Bowl hopes.

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Hoosier quarterback Ted Mc-
Nulty was impressive, completing
18 of 31 passes. His major target
of the day was end Alan Dick who
latched onto seven passes, three
of them going for scores.
The third I, the obscure Hawk-
eyes of Iowa, met with the worst
beating of the week, a 28-3
thrashing from the strong North-
western Wildcats.
Maurie Daigneau passed for.
256 yards on 18 of 25 tosses and
consistently burned the Iowa sec-
ondary, According to coach Alex
Agase, the Hawkeyes concentrated
too much on stopping his team's
running and left the passing lanes
wide open.
Barry Pearson latched on to
nine passes for 164 yards and
Jim Lash and Steve Craig added
seven more between them. The
Hawks were successful in blunt-
ing the Wildcat runners however.
Al Robinson could manage only
52 yards in 22 attempts against
the stacked Iowa line. The North-
western defense held Iowa to 123
total yards ,and their secondary

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ILLINOIS QUARTERBACK, Mike Wells (i2), attempts to elude
two Michigan defenders in last years Big Ten game. Illinois has
picked up from where it left off last year and has compiled an
0-4 record so far this season.

WASHINGTON DUMPED:

Stanford halts Sixkiller

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By JOEL GREER
Just one week ago Washington's
Sonny Sixkiller appeared on t h e
cover of Sports Illustrated maga-
zine. Of course, nobody has to be
reminded about the Sports Illus-
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stant harrassment by the e v11
spirits. w
Those supernatural powers were
indeed present as last year's lead-
ing passer ,(18.6 completions per
game) and this year's highest
scoring offense. (49.8 points per
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Witch of the West last Saturday.
The Washington quarterback
,was picking himself - off t h e
ground all afternoon as the Stan-
ford defense seemed content to
wave the magic wand.
The Indians capitalized on early
Washington mistakes to grab a
crowd-silencing 14-0 lead. That
was all Stanford needed' as t h e
Huskies could only match t h e
number on the back of Sixkiller's
jersey. The 17-6 victory gave the
Indians a slight edge in the Pa-
cific Eight's run for the roses.
Both Stanford touchdowns were
set up by the defense as it dump-
ed Sixkiller for 42 yards in losses
in the first half alone.
After Larry Butler crunched,
Sixkiller for an 11-yard loss, the
Indians took over, on the Huskie
32 thanks to an errant Stanford
punt.
A few plays later, Jim Plun-
kett's former understudy D o n
Bunce connected with John
Winesberry on a 20-yard scoring
strike.
B arely three minutes after, the
voodoo hit Sixkiller again. This
time, the Indians converted a Ben-
ny Barnes interception into an
.Immediate six points. Substitute
fullback Reggie Sanderson slith-
ered through the Huskie defense
on the way to a 20-yard touch-
down run.
Stanford grabbed three o t h e r
Sixkiller passes as the j u n i or,
quarterback sensation suffered the
worst afternoon of his collegiate
career completing only 12 of 46:
passes.
Elsewhere, the spirits also had
eyes on two long winning streaks.
Both Nebraska with 23 straight
victories, and Toledo with,27 were
ready for the supernatural a n d
escaped unharmed.
Nebraska opened its defense of
the Big Eight title with a convinc-
ing 36-0 rout of Missouri. The
Tigers managed only nine yards
rushing and seven first downs. On
the other hand, Cornhusker quar-
terback Steve Tagge broke his own
Nebraska total offense record
slashing 85 yards on the ground

and pasingfor another 234 in just
three quarters of action.
Missouri coach Al Onofrio was
overwhelmed at the Cornhusker's
603 yard offensive show. He call-
ed Nebraska "a much better foot-
ball team" than the Cornhusker
squad that grabbed last year's na-
tional championship. "They've -got
better balance, more poise," he
emphasized. "Nebraska has every-,
thing."
At Bowling Green, Toledo made
it 28 straight as the Rockets em-
barrassed a fired-up Bowling
Green squad, 24-7. The Falcons
beat themselves, losing two fumb-
les inside the Toledo 25 yard line
and committing a plethora of oth-
er errors
In perhaps the most exciting
game of the weekend, Oregon
scored twice in the fourth quart-
er to upset Rose Bowl candidate
Southern California 28-23.
The victory was on the line un-
til the final gun as Jimmy Jones
engineered a last minute rally that
apparently rescued the game. for
the Trojans. Jones hit wide re-
ceiver Edsel Garrison on a 177-
yard bomb with 17 seconds re-
maining that left the Los Angeles
Coliseum fans frantic until they
saw the little yellow handkerchief
signifying an illegal receiver down-
field.
The upset was highlighted by
the exceptional passing of ti n y
5-8 Harvey Winn and the explos-
ive running of Duck back Bobby
Moore.
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Entries for the intramural
all campus bicycle race, the
"Wolverine 250" will be accept-
ed until 5:00 P.M. today at the
Intramural building. The com-
petition will be divided into
three divisions: Men's, Women's,
and Co-Recreational.
* * *
Tryouts for the Michifish
Synchronized Swim team will
be held Wednesday at the Wo-
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