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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1967

PAGE SIX TUE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1967

COLLEGE FOOTBALL OPENS

Texas A&1II Upset;

Nebraska

ols

FRATERNITY

By The Associated Press
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. -
Little Inez Perez, a 5-foot-4 ball
of fire, passed Southern Metho-
dist on a 58-yard touchdown
drive and threw to Jerry Levias
from the Aggie six-yard line for
the score that beat Texas A&M
20-17 yesterday in the opening
Southwest Conference football
game.
There were only four seconds to
play when the little fellow, former
junior college star subbing for the
injured Mike Livingston, sent the
Mustangs flying toward one of
the conference's upsets.
Perez' heroics came right after
a similar performance by Edd
Hargett, the Aggie quarterback,
who passed Texas A&M along an
83-yard drive to give the Aggies
a four-point lead with only 43
seconds left in the game.
Halfback Wendell H o u s 1 e y
scored A&M's first touchdown in
the first period on a 10-yard run.
'Huskers Triumph
SEATTLE, Wash.-- Frank Pat-
rick, a talented sophomore quar-
Aterback, led the Nebraska Corn-
huskers to a 17-7 intersectional
football triumph yesterday over
the Huskies of Washington.

BOBBY SMITH

WENDELL HOUSLEY

Patrick guided an eight-play
drive of 32 yards to his team's first
touchdown, two minutes into the
second q u a r t e r. Dick Davis
plunged a yard for that one, and
four minutes later, Patrick dived
a yard to cap a 43-yard touch-
down drive.
After Washington scored, Pat-
rick fashioned one more attack

that
goal
final

closed with a 20-yard field
by Bill Bomberger in the
31 seconds of the first half.

GARGOYLE WRITERS
MEETING
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GARGOYLE OFFICE
Student Publications Building

Cal Drowns Ducks
BERKELEY, Calif. - Oregon
lived by the forward pass Saturday
and in tht end died by it as Cali-
fornia edged the Ducks 21-13 in a
Pacific-8 football game opening,
tht season for both teams.
Two touchdowns aerials by
quarterback Eric Olson gave Ore-
gon a 13-7 first half lead.
Bobby Smith, a Berkeley home-
town boy for Cal, intercepted a
toss down the sideline and worm-
ed his way back to the Bear 37.
Cal moved the distance in 10 plays.
17 yards on a pass by quarterback
Barry Bronk to Gary Fowler.

liams' three placements made it
14-13.
Then, with less than three min-
utes to go, another Olson toss flom
the Oregon end zone was picked
off Cal's Irby Augustine and raced
back 14 yards for the clincher.
% *;*
Toolfpack Howls
RALEIGH, N.C. - A 55-yard
touchdown pass play from quar-
terback Jim Donnan to end Harry
Martell gave North Carolina State
a 13-7 victory over arch-rival.
North Carolina yesterday in their
Atlantic Coast Conference foot-
ball opener.
Gerad Warren kicked field
goals of 44 and 33 yards as N.C.
State avenged 10-7 losses to North
Carolina in 1965 and 1966.
The Wolfpack struck with light-
ning fury for its winning touch-
down. Following a North Carolina
punt, State took over on its 38. On
the first play, Bobby Hall reeled
off seven yards. Donnan then fired
a pass to Martell who caught it
on the North Carolina 25 and
easily outran the nearest defender.
Soorers, AF Draw
STILLWATER, Okla. - Okla-
home State and Air Force, both
unable to collect an offensive
punch to go with top defensive ef-
forts, struggled to a 0-0 tie yes-
terday in the season football
opener for both clubs.
Both teams missed two field
goals fgom decent distances. -
Air Force had two good' shots
at the Cowboys late in the game,
when Neal Starkley intercepted a
Bob Cutburth pass at the Cowboy
45 and returned it to the 14.
But the Falcons couldn't drive,
and Cick Hall's 31-yard field goal
attempt squirted only a few yards.
* * *
Blue Devils Roll
RALEIGH, N.C. - Quarterback
Al Woodall's running and passing
led Duke's Blue Devils to a con-
vincing 31-13 victory over Wake
Forest last- night in the football
opener for both Atlantic Coast
Conference teams.
A crowd of 22,452 saw Duke get
a field goal in the final period, a
touchdown in the second quarter,
two in the third and one in the
fourth.
It was not until late in the first
period when Wake Forest finally
scored. Dick Riesenfeld, a soccer
type kicker booted a 47-yard field
goal.
Fullback Jay Calabrese was
Duke's, leading ground gainer.
.-

*

M' Kickers Surprise
Toledo in Overtime

Special To The Daily
TOLEDO - The Michigan Soc-
cer Club outlasted a strong Uni-
versity of Toledo team yesterday
and claimed a 2-1 overtime vic-
tory. Carlos Flores (scored in the
second extra period to give Mich-
igan its first win over Toledo on
the road.
Although Toledo took an early
1-0 lead, the 'M' kickers domi-
nated most of the game. A sec-
ond-quarter score by Alex Hunh
was called back by the referee,
who charged Hunh with using his
hands-illegal in soccer.
The game-tieing goal came in
the third period, as Kuaku Doh
got by the Toledo defenses, took
a pass from his halfback and ram-
med a shot from the edge of the
penalty area past the goalie.
Flores' winning tally came early
in the second overtime period.
Bringing the ball downfield alone,
he beat the opposing fullback at
the corner of the field and drilled
a short kick into the corner of the
Toledo net. The score handed
Michigan its first win ever in
Toledo.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Duke 31, Wake Forest 13
Nebraska 17, Washington 7
VMI 46, Davidson 21
Air Force O, Oklahoma State 0 (tie)
Indiana U (Pa.) 16, Delaware St. 0
East Stroudsburg 17, Montclair St. 13
DePauw 24, Wheaton 14
Northern Illinois 24, Butler 7
Eastern Michigan 17, Findlay 0
Boston U 20, Bucknell 16
Westchester 14, Villanova 9
East Carolina 27, William & Mary 7
Western Michigan 24, Miami (0) 14
North Carolina St. 13, N. Carolina 7
Buffalo 30, Kent St. 6
Colorado 27, Baylor 7
California 21, Oregon 13
ISMU 20, Texas A&M 17
Friday Night's Game
Southern Cal 49, Washington St. 0

*

MJIIAN'S soccer club open-
ed its season yesterday in Toledo
with a 2-1 overtime victory. The
winning shot came in the second
overtime period.
"I've never seen Michigan play
with so much team effort," en-
thused co-captain Bruce Gerding.
"Toledo had 14 veterans playing
for them, and we have a young
team -- five freshmen played in
this game."
The Michigan kickers will play
their first home game of the sea-
son Sunday, Oct. 8. The gamewill
be played on Wines Field at 2
p.m., and Toledo will provide the
opposition.
"I would like to commend the
players that led our effort, but no
single man stood out. Everyone
played to the limit of his ability,
and to cite single men would be
unfair," continued Gerding.
The Michigan victory followed
only a week of practice, and
sounded an optimistic note for the
coming season.

*

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' Fullback John McGaffie shot
into a mass of players for the
score. The second of Paul Wil-
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Professional Standings

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A LETTER TO F RESH MAN MEN:
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house, the men of Sigma Alpha Mu WILL be conducting
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
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York 0 1 0
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Western Division
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
1966 FINAL STANDINGS

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