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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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EXCITING YOUNG STARS!

Boilermaker'
Illini Sweep]
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING, Mich. - In-
jured, ailing and underrated Pur
due pulled a stunning football up
set yesterday by knocking of
Michigan State, the top rated col
legiate team in the nation, bya
convincing 20-13 score,
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IINORTH RANOALL HUNTER
PATRICIA BARBARA PAT
Ls OWENS RUSH INGLE
also CARTOON AND NEWS

Hit Spartans;
Past Gophers
The MSU Spartans were a 21
1 point favorite going into the game
- and were expected to run all over
3 the bruised Boilermakers who had
- the added handicap of having
a some key men missing because of
the flu bug. f
Fichtner Directs Upset
But 18-year-old Ross Pichtner,
a green-as-grnss sophomore quar-
terback, had different ideas andl
directed his Purdue crew to the
upset with all the poise of a pro
veteran.
Halfbacks Bob Jarus and Kenny
Mikes and fullbacR Mel Dillard
scored the three crucial Purdue
touchdowns.
Mitchell Stars
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-The slither-
ing running of halfback Bob Mit-
chell touched off an Illinois home-
coming explosion yesterday that
blew apart Mirineso a, the nation's
fourth-ranking team 34-13.
Delveaux Scores Twice
Besides Mitchell's sharp . run-
ning, the Gophers were harassed
by the running of junior halfback
Jack Delveaux and the passing of
quarterback Tom Haller. Delveaux'
scored twice in the first period and
Mitchell once in the second to
account for the 21-0 halftime lead.
Illini captain Dale Smith scored
one of the second half touchdowns,
while Haller passed to end Ron Hill
for the other.,
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By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Ohio State's
powerful Buckeyes smothered un-
dermanned and inept Indiana un-
der an eight-touchdown barrage
yesterday as they racked up their
second straight Western Confer-
ence victory, 56-0.
This placed the Buckeyes in a
two-way tie with Iowa for the first
spot in the Big Ten race, since
both Michigan State and Minne-
sota Went down to defeat.
Squelch Hoosiers
'The ground-eating Ohioans con-
verted foui fumbles into touch-
downs and intercepted five, Hoosier
passes to squelch all Indiana's
scoring 'attemnpts.-
,'Hayes flooded the field with 51
players, but all the combinations

Buckeyes, Hawkeyes S
Lead in Big Ten Grid I

-Daily-David Arnold
PTACEK ROLLS-Wolverine halfback Bob Ptacek (49) advances
the Michigan cause in the second quarter of yesterday's game with
Northwestern. Wolverine Al Groce (10) is hurdling a Wildcat
player that Michigan's Bob Boshovan (81) has blocked out of the
play.

WOLVERINES CRUSH THREAT:
McKeiver Stars for Northwestern,

scored as the Bucks wen
touchdowns in the openi
three in the second, tw
third andt one in the foi
added a 23-yard field go
to the rout.
The eight Buckeye to
came on drives varying
96 yards. They coverec'
and required only 52 p
Bucks did not throw a pI
first four scoring drives.
Iowa Presse
IOWA CITY, Iowa-U
Iowa had its hands full
in pulling out a 21-7 vic
Wisconsin in an exciting
football duel,
Wisconsin, the early se
prise in the conference
23-14 triumph over Purd
the defending Big Ten
hustle every minute.
Insurance TD
A 44-yard dash down
lines by Bill Gravel with
cepted pass early in th
quarter provided Iowa
insurance touchdown.

(Continued from Page 1)

It took Michigan less than seven
minutes to."score again. This time
Pace vaulted over the Northwest-
ern line from the six after only,
three plays. This touchdown was
set up when Bowers.covered Bob
McKeiver's fumble on the North-
western 12.
The Northwestern team, fired
up by Coach Ara Parseghian dur-
ing the intermission, presented a

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daring attack that caught the
docile Wolverines off balance in
the .third quarter.
McKeiver Rolls
Northwestern took over on its
own 20 shortly .after the second
half commenced following a punt
by Myers that rolled into-the end'
zone. Twelve plays later, McKeiver
darted around right end for,20
yards and a touchdown. McKeiv-j
er's kick was good.
Following the kickoff, the Mich-
igan team was unable to get roll-
ing once again and had to punt..
The Wildcats quickly took advan-
tage of this and tied the score with
a 54-yard drive.
Quinn Scores
Fullback Eddie Quinn scored
from the two and McKiever again
converted to make the score 14-14
with only seconds remainiig in
the third stanza.
But by this, time, period scores
were beginning to drift*in from
East Lansing and Champaign. An-
nouncement of these over the pub-
lic address system caused tumu-l-
tuous roars and the fans began to
buzz with excitement.
With fullback Jim Byers vi-
ciously slashing for huge chunks
of yardage up the middle, Michi-
gan wheeled up the field with
VanPelt in the driver's seat and
retaliated with the tie-breaking

touchdown. VanPelt fired a seven
yard pass to.Pace for, the score
and then converted to make it
21-14 with 9:55:left.
Following the kickoff, Michigan
took over when. Northwestern's
passing attack fizzled. Byers ripped
off 22 yards and then VahPelt shot
a 45 yard pass to Gary Prahst to
place the ball on the Wildcat four.
The next TD came when Blyers
smashed to the six and then Van
Pelt circled left 'end and tip-toed
-down the sidelines for the score.
VanPelt again converted.
Michigan wrapp'ed up the scor-
ing for the day with only 15 sec-
oids remaining. Little Al Groce
shot over tackle from the one for
the score. Darrell Harper's kick
was wide.'
Game Statistics
' ' MICH. N'WEST.
FIRST DOWN~S........ 1S 9
Rudshing.. ......... 12 6
Passing 5 3
Penalty............. 1 0
TOTAL NUMBER
OF RUSHES. ........ 63 37
NET YDS.-Rushing ...246 100
Passing............123 64
FORWARD PASSES
ATTEMPTED........13 12
Completed........9 5
Intercepted by..... .. 0 0
TOTAL PLAYS (iushes
and Passes).........76 49
PUNTS, Number.......3 5
Average distance 28 43
FUMBLES, Number .. 4 5
Ball lost by.......2 4
PENALTIES, Number 4 4
Yards penalized,...40 33

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Ohio State .........2
Iowa ...... .......2
Michigan State ... .2
Minnesota.......2
,MICHIGAN ......1
Wisconsin .........1
Illinois... .....
'Purdue. ..1
Northwestern ..0
Indiana ...........o

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