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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday,, October 19, 1971

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Wildcat title hopes: Going, going .. .

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By FRANK LONGO
Northwestern kicker Bill Plani-
sek must not feel too good this
week. He missed two out of three
extra-point attempts in Satur-
day's 21-20 loss to Purdue which
virtually eliminated the Wildcats
from the race for the Big Ten
title.
Northwestern would have to
win all its remaining games (in-
cluding Ohio State) and hope that
the Buckeyes, along with Purdue
and 'Michigan, each lose two out
of their remaining five games.
With the Big Ten season almost
half over the contention for the
trip to the Rose Bowl now ap-
pears to be almost solely be-
tween Michigan and Purdue.
Ohio State went last year and
this is the last year that the no-
repeat rule will be in effect.
All three are undefeated and
untied in league competition and
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it is quite likely that they will
remain so at least for another
three weeks. The Wolverines
have Indiana and Iowa, two of
the worst teams in the country,
on their schedule after this
week's encounter with the Goph-
ers at Minnesota. Michigan will
use these games to prime itself
for the final two encounters with
Purdue and Ohio State.
The Boilermakers, .meanwhile,
play Illinois, the team Michigan
defeated last week 35-6, Satur-
day, followed by Michigan State
and Wisconsin. The last two are
no pushovers, but in all likeli-
hood Purdue will be 6-0 on
Nov. 13.
Ohio State's schedule, how-
ever, gets more difficult each
week as the'Buckeyes must meet
Wisconsin, Michigan State, and
Northwestern, in that order, be-
fore the season-ending showdown
in Ann Arbor.
Last Saturday, though, most
of the Big Ten games went ac-
cording to plan, except for Duffy
Daugherty's. His Spartans lost
a squeaker to Wisconsin in Madi-
son on a 30-yard field goal late
in the game by Roger Jaeger to
give the Badgers a 31-28 win.
The 28 points are the most Mich-
igan State has scored this year,
but the defense in succeeding
games has given up zero, 10, 14,

14, 23, and 31 points.
In Bloomington, Ind., the Buck-
eyes of Ohio State kept their
perfect league record intact by
downing the Hoosiers 27-7. Randy
Keith scored a pair of stouch-
downs and Fred Schram kicked
a pair of field goals in that one.
Ohio State is now 4-1 overall
while Indiana is 1-5. The Hoos-
iers don't have much of a chance
against Northwestern this week
and Michigan next week, but
should put up a good fight against
both Iowa and Illinois.
The Golden Gophers of Min-
nesota pushed their Big Ten rec-
ord up to 2-1 and evened their
overall record at 3-3 with a late
rally against Iowa. Scott Irwin
recovered I o w a quarterback
Frank Sunderman's fumble and
Ernie Cook drove one yard for
the score with 5:50 left to play
to give Minnesota a 19-14 edge.
The Hawkeye defense has given
up almost 37 points a game but
this one was their best effort
yet, allowing only two touch-
downs and two field goals.
The biggie of the week, though,
was in Evanston, where the Wild-
cats entered the final quarter
leading Purdue 20-7, but Charlie
Potts intercepted a Maurie Daig-
neau pass to set up one touch-
down and second-string quarter-
back (Gary Danielson is injured
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Steve Burke set up the other
with a desperation 41 yard toss
to Rick Sayers. Darryl Stingley
scored the tying TD on a 14 yard
run with 1:30 left and the extra
point conversion by Mike Renie
was the deciding factor.
Michigan's 35-6 victory ever
Illinois didn't quite measure up
to what most people expected,
and it can't be denied that the

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Wolverines still have a ways to
go if they wish to be considered
bona fide Rose Bowl candidate
and/or national champion. But
Michigan has scored 225 points
and given up only 25 in six
games to lead the Big Ten in
both respects and if they keep
that up for five more weeks,
there's no denying them a second
league title in three years.

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MICHIGAN
Purdue
Ohio State
Minnesota
Wisconsin
Northwestern
Michigan State
Indiana
Illinois
Iowa
Saturday's Results
MICHIGAN 35, Illinois 6
Ohio State 27, Indiana 7
Purdue 21, Northwestern 20

Big Ten Standings
Conference Games

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All Games
L T PF PA
0 0 220 25
1 1 135 92
1 0 152 61
3 0 125 129
2 1 156 139
3 3 97 112
4 0 84 93
5 0 62 115
6 0 30 186
6 0 84 221

This Saturday's Games
MICHIGAN at Minnesota
Northwestern at Indiana
Iowa at Michigan State
Purdue at Illinois
Wisconsin at Michigan State

Wisconsin 31, Michigan State 28
Minnesota 19, Iowa 14

For the student body:
FLARES
by
Levi
Wr Farah

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G4ridde Pickings
Death stalked Chuck Quebbeman Sunday.
The former Michigan football manager had known about it for
weeks but even he was unprepared for the massive Libel onslaught.
Striking quickly at his liver, the Libels opened up with a tremendous
passing attack against the Football Managers and quickly went in
for the score. Then Quebbeman, helpless on his back, was squooshed
by the awesome feet of the Daily Libel ground game. Quickly the
score mounted as first one, then two, then three Managers had to
be carried off the field to the waiting ambulances.
But on and on the Libels came, tormenting their foe at every
opportunity. God only knows what mayhem would have ensued
had the Daily bothered to field their first string. Instead the Regu-
lars were given the day off to watch the Series. (Yea Pirates!) Even
so, by the time merciful darkness had swept over the field not a
Manager was left standing. And only Quebbeman, in his death
agony, was able to break the stillness.
"Get those Picks in by Friday midnight and you can be a
winner like Carol Giacoletto," he murmured, and then, he too, died.

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Northwestern at Indiana
Wisconsin at Ohio State
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Oregon State at Washington

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Rhode Island at Boston U
Pittsburgh at Boston C
Bucknell at Lafayette
Pacific at Montana
Villanova at Tampa
Tulane at Georgia Tech
Holy Cross at Syracuse
Montana St. at Idaho St.
Connecticut at Massachusetts
CWRU at Wilmington

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