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Badger fans amazed
By BUDDY MOOREHOUSE
Special to the Daily
MADISON - The comments from
Wisconsin's fans entering Camp Ran-
dall Stadium for yesterday's Wisconsin-
Michigan game were certainly to be
"This is going to be like an exhibition
game for Michigan," lamented one
elderly Badger fan. "They'll be lucky if
they can even score on Michigan," ad-
ded a man sipping a beer.
AFTER ALL, THE Wolverines en-
tered the game ranked first in the
nation, and they were playing a
Wisconsin team that finished 4-7 overall
last season, tied for sixth in the Big Ten.
Add to that the fact the Badgers were
winless against Michigan since 1962,
and it was easy to understand the
Fortunately for the fans, however,
the Wisconsin players were not also
resigned to defeat. Playing a superb
game, the Badgers upset the
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by victory 4
Even after the final gun had sounded
the stands were still full of jubilant
Badger fans who were yelling, dancieig, -
and singing along while the Wisconsin
marching band played an inspired ver-
sion of "On Wisconsin."
THE PRESS BOX literally shook af
ter the game because of the thunder ;
created by the Wisconsin fans, who are
known for their spirit. It wasn't utiJ
the band left that the crowd decidedt,
leave the stadium to prepare for. a:
might of celebrating.
The remarks from fans after the
game were quite different than those
heard before. "I have to keep pinching
myself," said a woman decked inled
and white. "I just can't believe they
At a school that hasn't enjoyed'
great deal of athletic success lateY,
yesterday's Wisconsin victory was na
major boost to the Badger fans. n1&
man summed it up when he said,
really needed this." Indeed, evenlf.
Wisconsin finishes the season buried
the middle of the Big Ten standit.
again, Badger fans will remember I'1
as "the year we beat Michigan."
Big Ten Standings
Conference Oveatl -
W L W -
Illinois ........... 1 0 1 0
Indiana.............1 0 1 , d .
Wisconsin...........1 0 1
Iowa................0 0 1 0 9
Minnesota...........0 0 1 A0
Ohio State ..........0 0 1 14 0
Purdue ............0 0 1 %0
MICHIGAN ........ 0 1 0 1 S
Michigan State ..... 0 1 0 I 1
Northwestern ...... 0 1 0 1
Where it's at
Tigers dump Indians ........... P 7
Wayne State vs. The Rock.....P, 7
Women runners win..........P.7
Big Ten football...........P.10
Special to the Daily
BOWLING GREEN-- The Michigan
womnen's cross country team won their
opening meet yesterday when they4
defeated Bowling Green 34-23. The
match marked the debut for the *
Wolverines' new mentor, former
Olympian, Francie Goodrich.
Michigan runner Melanie Weavel ,
took first place by setting a new record
forthe5,00 meter course with a time o'*
THOUGH THE Falcons were able td'
cpure the seond aind third pl~c ,
fourth through seventh.
Lisa Larsen crossed the tape fourt
with a time of 19:00, just 14 seconidi
before fellow Wolverine Carol Lari.
fished in the number seven spt.
Junior Sue Frederick and freshmand
Judy Yuhn rounded out Michigan's top
scorers, finishing fifth and sixth2
Yesterday's match, the only d aI
competition for Michigan this seasbn,
was the first time in the team's history
that the women thinclads were tot
guided by former coach Ken Simmons.
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Wisconsin 21, MICHIGAN 14
Indiana 21, Northwestern 20
Minnesota 19, Ohio 17
Ohio State 34, Duke 13
Iowa 10, Nebraska
Illinois 27. Michigan State 17
Albany, N.Y. 17, Ithaca 7
Carnegie-Mellon 17, California, Pa. 7
Clarion St. 35, West Liberty 13
Concord 48, Emory & Henry 0
Fairmont St. 13, Edinboro St. 6
Howard U. 33, Cheyney St. 23
Indiana, Pa. 14, Waynesburg8
Win. Paterson 20. Pace 14
Hampton Inst. 35,Bowie St. 6
Morehouse 17, Albany, Ga. 13
Alma 31. Illinois Col. 0.
Ball St. 24, McNeese St. 21
Drake 17, Indiana St. 14
Hillsdale 37, Butler 0
Indiana Central 21, Saginaw Val. St. 10
Iowa St. 17, W. Texas St. 13
Kenyon 28, Case Western 13
Mount Senario 24, Lakeland 20
Mount Union 28, Hiram Col. 7
Notre Dame 27, LSU 9
SW Minnesota 22, Dakota st. 0
Wabash 14. Hope 7
Wayne, Mich. 14, Slippery Rock 13
W. Michigano20, Kent St. 17
Wis.-Oshkosh 35, valparaiso0
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