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Hove, Arthur (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 66, Number 2 (Nov. 1964)

Football,   pp. [21]-28


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pressure on the Wisconsin offense
that it never could mount a sus-
tained attack and finished the day
with a minus 51 yard rushing total,
an all-time low performance for a
Wisconsin football team.
  Only once did the Badgers appear
to be in the game. At the beginning
of the second half, with Wisconsin
trailing 13-0, Harold Brandt tossed
the soggy pigskin 45 yards to end
Jimmy Jones for a score. But Notre
Dame came right back after a bad
Wisconsin punt and the deluge con-
tinued. Three touchdowns remained
in the Irish juggernaut: Kantor
bucked over from the one; Wolski
did the same from two yards out;
and Snow dashed past the Badger
secondary to take Huarte's 42-yard
strike.
  There was little that could be
said on behalf of Wisconsin's per-
formance. Coach Milt Bruhn attrib-
uted the Badgers' breakdown to in-
ept performances in three areas-
defensive secondary, running attack,
and punting. Although far from
eloquent, the statement does sum-
marize what happened.
  There were some who did manage
to acquit themselves with honor this
dark afternoon. They were ends
Jimmy Jones and Ralph Farmer who
made difficult and sometimes fan-
tastic pass catches on offense; and
linebackers Tom Brigham and Bob
Richter along with halfback Dave
Fronek who made outstanding de-
fensive efforts.
    Wisconsin 7, Purdue 28
           October 10
THE BADGERS lost the initia-
   tive again as Purdue jumped off
to a 14-point lead before Wisconsin
managed to register a score. Purdue
took the lead as sophomore quarter-
back Bob Griese tossed a seven-
yard touchdown strike to his star
end, Bob Hadrick, to cap a drive
that covered 94 yards in 11 plays.
  The Boilermakers scored again in
the second quarter on Teter's two-
yard run. It was obvious at this point
that the momentum belonged to Pur-
due as the Badgers' offensive efforts
consistently failed to generate any
serious threat. The comparatively in-
November 1964
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Alumni Association. The tour, which is open to alumni and
their families, will depart from Chicago and fly to the Hawai-
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Kauai, Hawaii, and Maui during their stay. First class ac-
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            Cost of the tour is $720
            (Cost from Seattle-$582)
            Tour dates are-March 21 to April 3
For further details, return the blank printed below.
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