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By BILL LEVIS
The key word today is revenge.
While Michigan tries to turn
back Michigan State in the Sta-
dium after suffering two straight
losses at the hands of the Spar-
tans, undefeated Southern Cali-
fornia travels to South Bend to
seek revenge against the Figthin'
Irish who buried the Rose-bound
Trojans 51-0 last year.
This year things appear to have
changed. Southern California has
piled up four straight victories and
is presently rated on top of the
Associated Press football poll.
The main difference in the Tro-
jans' attack is the addition of jun-
for transfer 0. J. Simpson who has team I have ever seen." And after
carried the ball for 602 yards and the Trojans defeated his Spartans
a 5.4 yard average. Simpson runs 21-17, Michigan State coach Duffy
the 100 yard dash in a blazing 9.4 Daugherty concurred, saying, "this
and was a member of USC's world is the biggest, fastest and best
record-breaking 440-yard relay I Southern Cal team ever."
team last spring. The Irish, who slaughtered Iowa
Sogge's Not Soggy
Guiding the Trojan attack will
be quarterback Steve Sogge who
pin point passes to a quartet of
has riddled USC's opponents with
receivers including speddy Earl
McCullouch who has accumulared
339 yards on 18 receptions.
According to Notre Dame coach
Ara Parseghian, "Southern Cal is
undoubtedly the fastest college
56-6 last Saturday after being
upset by Purdue 28-21 the week
before, will rely on the passing
arm of Terry Hanratty to outdo
the Trojans. Hanratty completed
nine out of 10 passes against the
Hawkeyes and has already passed
for 655 yards and four touchdowns
He is now threatening to break
all of Notre Dame's passing rec-
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ords. His prime receivers should be
Rocky Bleier and Jim Seymour
who dislocated a finger a week ago
and caught only one pass against
While the Trojans have been
playing like supermen all season,
they are expected to come back
down to earth when they invade
Notre Dame Stadium. The Fightin'
Irish seldom lose in the "pit" and
the Trojans will probably come
out of there looking like they have
been fed to the lions.
In other top rated games, sec-
ond-ranked Purdue travels to Co-
lumbus to tackle Ohio State while
third-seeded Georgia faces Mis-
sissippi under the lights in Jack-
On the West coast, the game of
the week features fourth-ranked
UCLA against a surprising Cali-
fornia team which has compiled an
impressive 3-1 record. One of the
Golden Bears' wins was a narrow
10-9 decision over Michigan two
weeks ago. California's only loss
was against Notre Dame, 41-8.
While the Bruins barely defeated
Penn State 17-15 last weekend,
they should be up for the Golden
Bears. The Uclans will play Cali-
fornia in the friendly confines of
the Los Angeles Coliseum where
they have never lost under coach
Tommy Prothro. Led by quarter-
back Gary Beban, the Bruins are
expected to encounter little trou-
ble, from the upstart Bears.
2 Big Ones in Big 8
In the plain state area, fan in-
terest will be focused on two Big
Eight Conference games. Unde-
feated Colorado hosts Missouri
while eighth - ranked Nebraska
travels to Kansas.
Against Kansas State last week,
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR:
Associated Press was the
reocgnize its comeback by
four Big Ten teams with1
Leading the Midwest1
supremacy is undefeated
Sports Staffer Wedded
Sports Night Editor Howard Kohn yesterday claimed Kathy Weir
as his bride in an afternoon ceremony at the First Methodist
Church in Ann Arbor. Kathy is the sister of Sports Night Editor
Dave Weir. Others in the picture are Grayle Howlett, Clark Norton,
Rick Stern, and Bob MacFarland.
Ohio State Challenges
By JIM CHEKERYLLA powerhouse Notre Dame, 56-6 in
They said the giant was dead. later games.
They had finally defeated him and Facing a tough Minnesota squad,
now they are rejocing all across Illinois will have all it can handle
the country. Too bad-he's not in its 57th annual Homecoming
dead, and they may be in for big contest. "Minnesota is a big, strong
trouble, team with an excellent defensive
The "giant" is the Big Ten, re- unit and a good offensive punch.
cently recovered from a string of They seemed to jell in their 23-3
defeats, and now sporting hope- win over Southern Methodist last
fully at least one contender for Saturday," reported Illini Scout
the national championship. The Jim Brown.
the Cornhuskers came back from
a 14-0 deficit to defeat the Wild-
cats 16-15. Nebraska's come from
behind drive was led by split end
Denis Richnafsky who set a Corn-
husker record with 13 catches for
145 yards and 6-7 quarterback
Frank Patrick who completed 191
of 33 tosses for 193 yards.
The big game for Big Eight par-
tisans will be next Saturday when
Nebraska and Colorado square off;
against each other in Lincoln.
In other top games today, Ala-
bama journeys to Vanderbilt,
North Carolina State travels to
Maryland and Syracuse plays Navy
at Annapolis. Tennessee, which
lost to UCLA 20-16, a month ago,
takes on undefeated Georgia Tech
1. What veteran Big Ten Sports
Information Director was a mem-
ber of the U.S. Olympic Track
and Field Team?
2. Who was the Big Ten's Most
Valuable Player in 1966?
ANSWERS: 1. Eric Wilson,
now in his 45th and final sea-
son as Iowa's publicitor, made
the 1924 Olympic team. He
reached the quarter-finals in
the 400-meter dash in the Paris
Games. 2. Bob Griese, Purdue's
scond in the country only to
Southern California. Leroy, "the
Golden," Keyes will head the Boil-
ermaker's drive for their fourth
straight victory in this afternoon's
contest against Ohio State.
Keyes, a right halfback, has ac-
-cumllated six touchdowns and a
9.6 yard average through his rush-
ing, passing, pass receiving, inter-
ceptions, punt returns, and kickoff
returns. The Buckeyes should be in
great shape after demolishing Ore-
gon last week 30-0.
Ranked as one of the top teams
in the nation by the Associated
Press, Indiana's 3-0 won-lost rec-
ord is equalled only by that of
Purdue's. They will be searching
for their forth win today as they
face Iowa, a team which earned
its only victory last season by slip-
ping past the Hoosiers, 20-19.
A Game to Remember
"I don't think we will be lacking
for incentive with that game to
remember, as well as for what we
have at stake," remarked Coach
John Pont of the Hoosiers.
The Hawks enter the game with
a 1-2 record, downing Texas Chris-
tian, 24-9, in the opener but falling
to tough Oregon State, 38-18, and
Yom Takes Its Toll
Illinois stands with a 1-2 record,
trouncing Pittsburgh, 34-6, but
losing Florida, 14-0, and Indiana
last week, 20-7. Nationally ranked
in the top 20, Minnesota hosts a
fine 2-1 record, narrowly defeat-
ing Utah, 13-12, and walking over
a highly rated SMU team, 23-3, but
being blanked by Nebraska, 7-0.
The Gophers will be without their
top defensive performer-end Bob
Stein, who will miss the contest
because it falls on Yom Kippur,
a Jewish holiday.
With both teams seeking their
initial triumphs of the year, Wis-
consin will play host to Pittsburgh
for the first time since 1938. The
Badgers have lost prior non-con-
ference tests to Washington, 17-0,
and to Arizona State, 42-16, two
weeks ago, while dropping their
opening Big Ten tilt to Michigan
State last Saturday, 35-7. Pitts-
burgh has lost to UCLA, 40-8, to
Illlinois, 34-6, and ta West Vir-
Northwestern will -meet Rice for
the first time tonight, hoping to
improve its unimpressive record
of 1-2. In their opening game; the
Wildcats ruined Miami's national
title hopes with a 12-7 upset, but
failed to pick up another victory
while losing to a rough Missouri
squad, 13-6, and second-ranked
Purdue, 25-16 in the final quarter.
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