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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 24.1967

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Houston

Tops

Third-Ranked

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING-Long bomb
artist Dick Woodall and slithery
Warren McVea led Houston to a
smashing 37-7 football upset yes-
terday of third-ranked Michigan
State, the defending Big Ten
Champion.
It was the first loss for the
Spartans since the 1966 Rose Bowl
and their worst beating since 1947,
when Michigan pounded them
55-0.
Coach Bill Yeoman of Houston,
formerly an aide to Michigan State
Coach Duffy Daugherty, was asked
if he was surprised by the 30-

point victory by his unranked
Cougars.
"Man," drawled Yeoman in the
dressing room, "that's like asking
Custer if he was surprised about
all those Indians,"
Woodall, who came back after
being injured last week, hit touch-
down passes to end Paul Hebert
on a 77-yard play and flanker
Don Bean on a 76-yard play, both
in the third-quarter.
McVea, dubbed "Mac the Knife"
by teammates, swept right end
and cut back up the middle of the
field on a 50-yard scoring jaunt

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where he showed his flashing Hoosiers Triumph
speed.
Hebert booted a 44-yard field BLOOMINGTON - Indiana
goal and kicked the extra points. spotted Kentucky 10 points yes-
* * *terday, then rebounded to win{
12-10 on a brilliant running and
'Cats Down Miami passing debut by sophomore quar-
EVANSVILLE, Ill. -- North- terback Harry Gonso.
Gonso, a short husky bundle of
western's clawing Wildcats ex-i energy from Findlay, Ohio, pass-
ecuted a trick play in the closing ed for both of the Hoosiers' touch-
minutes of the game on a pass downs. He hit another sophomore,
from halfback Chico Kurzawski Jade Butcher, for a one-yard
to quarterback Bill Melzer for a strike and Al Gage for 23 yards.
nine-yard touchdown and a 12-7 Roger Gann, another sopho-
victory yesterday over highly- more, put Kentucky in front in
favored Miami of Florida. the first four minutes of thel
The Hurricanses, ranked eighth game with a 56-yard sprint.
nationally, were caught flat-foot- Kentucky added its other three
ed after having put on a desperate points with 1:30 left in the sec-
rallying drive to take the lead 7-6 ond quarter when Dave Weld boot-i
with less than 10 minutes to play. ed a 33-yard field goal after an
Northwestern, which had cap- Indiana fumble.
italized on a stolen pass to take Gonso piled up 272 yards in
a 6-0 lead on the second play of spearheading the Indiana attack.
the final quarter, trapped punter Hegot115 yards by rushing on
Hank Collins with a fumbledj 25 carries and 121 yards passing by
snapback on the Miami nine. hitting 11 of 17.
Gonso actually had to throw
After a runnig play failed to two touchdown passes to get theo
gain, Melzer handed off to Kur- on htgv ndaatewn
zan eice n n one that gave Indiana the win-
zawski, circled left end and tooknigmrnealintefuh
ning margin early in the fourth
Kurzawski's pass to score the win- quarter. He completed an eight-
ning touchdown with 4:13 to go. yarder to Tom Anderson but had
For the first three quarters, both an ineligible receiver downfield. He
defenses dominated the game be- fired again from the 23 and Gage
fore the Wildcats got their big grabbed the ball after it had
break. Ron Mied intercepted a bounced on a few other finger-
Bill Miller aerial on the Miami 16. tips in the end zone.

MU ,
Gophers Upend Utes
MINNEAPOLIS - Sophomore
quarterback Phil Hagan's bril-
liant passingswept Minnesota 88
yards in the final three minutes
and fired the Gophers to a 13-12
intersectional football victory over
Utah yesterday.
The Eau Claire, Wis., rookie
came off the bench after the Go-
phers handed Utah a pair of
fourth quarter touchdowns on
fumbles and deftly used his few
remaining minutes to fuel Min-
nesota on its only sustained drive
of the day.
The winning touchdown came
on Hagen's 28-yard pass to Chip
Litten, with one minute, 17 sec-
onds left on a fantastic falling
catch. Defensive back Jim Street!
appeared to have intercepted the
ball in the end zone only to have
the Fargo, N.D., junior steal it
from him.
Utah's alert defense pounced on
Gopher fumbles at the Minnesota
23 and 32 yards in the fourth
quarter.

37-7
played some elusive running abil-
ity in slicing through the TCU
line numerous times when Iowa
needed vital yardage.
Iowa put the game out of reach
with a 17-point uprising in the
second period.
Tailback Si McKinnice slipped
over from the two with 6:21 to
go in the period to break a 3-3
tie. Less than four minutes later,
Podolak hit end Gary Larsen with
an eight-yard scoring strike.
Illii Bopped
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Florida
unveiled flashy sophomore Jack
Eckdahl as a successor to All-
America Steve Spurrier yesterday
and the youngster sparked the
Gators to a 14-0 victory over Big
Ten darkhorse Illinois in the foot-
ball opener for both teams.
Eckdahl cranked up the Florida
offense in the second half after
senior Harmon Wages failed to
get a score in the first two quar-
ters.
Eckdahl's running was even
more effective than his passing,
gaining 74 yards on 12 runs while
completing three of 10 passes for
26 yards.
The Gators traveled 76 yards
to their first touchdown, helped
along by a 32-yard pass inter-
ference penalty. Larry Smith
smashed two yards for the score.
* * *
Badgers Lose
SEATTLE - Tom Manke's 44-
yard touchdown pass with nine
seconds left in the first half yes-
terday was the sparkler in a 17-0
Washington football victory over
the Badgers of Wisconsin.
Don Martin had kicked a 37-
yard field goal in the game's early
moments and Washington rallied
later on a 52-yard third quarter
drive, but the game lacked zest.
Wisconsin, which lost 44-8 to
Washington's Huskies in the 1960
Rose Bowl game, could generate
no serious threat in this second
meeting.

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Iowa Dumps TCU
IOWA CITY-Poised and pol-
ished Ed Podolak led underdog
Iowa to a convincing 24-9 con-
quest of Texas Christian Univer-
sity in an intersectional football
opener for both teams yesterday.
In addition to passing for one
touchdown and running for an-
other, the junior quarterback dis-

-Associated Press
JIMMY RAYE, Michigan State quarterback, eludes Houston
tacklers enroute to a 10-yard gain on a quarterback keeper.

AL RACE:...
Baltimore Dumps Boston, 7-5

By The Associated Press
BALTIMORE - Brooks Robin-
son, who had made a costly error
earlier, smashed a two-run homer
in the eighth inning and the
Baltimore Orioles jolted Boston's
pennant-hungry Red Sox 7-5. last
night.
The defeat dropped the Red Sox
into third place in the torrid
American League race, one-half

game back of Minnesota which
lost to New York and one per-
centage point behind second place
Detroit, which was idle yesterday.
The Red Sox wiped out a 4-0
Baltimore lead built on early
homers by Curt Blefary and Frank
Robinson, Blefary's 22nd homer
came in the first inning and
Frank Robinson's 30th came in
Baltimore's three-run third.

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Major League Standings

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AMERICAN LEAGUE
W L Pct. GB

Minnesota
Detroit
Boston
Chicago
California
Baltimore
Cleveland
Washington
New York
Kansas City

89
88
89
88
79
73
73
71
67
60

67
67
68
68
74
83
84
84
88
94

.571 -
.586 I
.567 2
.564 1
.516 8
.468 16
.465 16Y2
.458 1712
.432 211
.390 28

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 6, Minnesota 2
Chicago 8, Cleveland 0
California 3, Kansas City 2
Baltimore 7, Boston 5
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at Washington
Boston at Baltimore
New York at Minnesota
Chicago at Cleveland
California at Kansas City

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet. GB
x-St. Louis 97 59 .622 -
San Francisco 85 68 .556 10%
Chicago 84 72 .538 13
Cincinnati 83 72 .535 13Y2
y-Philadelphia 78 74 .513 17
Atlanta 76 79 .490 20!/2
Pittsburgh 76 79 .490 20/Z
y-Los Angeles 70 83 .458 25/
Houston 64 91 .413 32Y2
New York 59 95 .383 37
x-Clinched pennant.
y-Late game not included.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Chicago 6, Cincinnati 3
Atlanta 2, St. Louis 1
San Francisco 8, Pittsburgh 4
New York 1, Houston 0
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (inc)
TODAY'S GAMES
Houston at New York
Cincinnati at Chicago
Atlanta at St. Louis
Pittsburgh at San Francisco
Philadelphia at Los Angeles

MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL -
Rookie Tom Shopay slammed his
first major-league homer, a three-
run blow in the third inning, and
Dooley Womack put down a sev-
enth-inning Minnesota rally, lift-
ing the New York Yankees to a 6-2
victory over Minnesota yesterday
morning.
Shopay, who recently reported
from Syracuse of the International
League where he hit .277 with nine
home runs this season, hit his
homer off loser Dave Boswell, 14-
12, after Roy White singled and
Jake Gibbs walked in the third.
Joe Pepitone cracked his 12th
homer in the eighth off Al Worth-
ington after Mickey Mantle drew
a walk. ,
Boswell had struck out Shopay
with the bases loaded in the first
inning after walking in the first
Yankee run.
CLEVELAND - Rocky Colavito
drove in four runs with a single
and a bases-loaded double yester-
day, leading the pennant contend-
ing Chicago White Sox to an 8-0
romp over the Cleyeland Indians.
Joel Horlen pitched a strong
three-hitter, winning his 19th
game against six losses.
Colavito's fifth inning double
against his former teammates,
fattened the White Sox's lead to
8-0.
Chicago had jumped on loser
Sonny Siebert, 9-12, for five runs
and seven hits in the first three
innings.

[SCORES
GRID PICKS
Michigan 10, Duke 7
Notre Dame 41, California 8
Navy 23, Penn State 22
Houston 37, Michigan State 7
Indiana 12, Kentucky 10
Minnesota 13, Utah 12
Iowa 24, TCU 9
Washington 17, Wisconsin 0
Northwestern 12, Miami 7
Purdue 24, Texas A & M 20
Florida 14, Illinois 0
Florida State 37, Alabama 37
Syracuse 7, Baylor 0
Dayton 27, Cincinnati 13
Georgia 30, Mississippi State 0
Temple 18, Kings Point 12
Missouri 21, SMU 0
Bates 27, St. Lawrence 7
OTHER GAMES
Boston College 27, Villanova 24
Rensselaer 32, Middlebury 24
Springfield 62, Coast Guard 0
North Carolina State 24, Buffalo 6
West Virginia 21, Virginia Military 9
Oklahoma 21, Washington State 0
South Carolina 16, North Carolina 10
Boston U..20, Colgate 14
Auburn 40, Chattanooga 6
Bowling Green 29, Quantico 0
Oklahoma State 7, Arkansas 6
Miami (Ohio) 14, Tulane 3
Georgia Tech 17, Vanderbilt 10
Louisiana State 20, Rice 14
Texas Tech 52, Iowa State 0
Seattle 66, George Fox 2

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