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THE MICHIGAN DA:ILV

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By The Associated Press
BIRMINGHAM - Third string
quarterback Bubba Wyche led a
fired-up Tennessee team to a 24-
13 victory over Alabama yester-
day, the first defeat for the proud
Crimson Tide in 26 games.
The victory by the seventh
ranked Vols over number six Ala-
bama put Tennessee in a com-
manding position in the South-,
eastern Conference race.
Wyche, operating with the'
aplomb of a veteran, directed a
Tennessee running and passing"
attack that kept the pressure on
Alabama most of the game.
The Tide, down 17-13 with less
, than two minutes to go, came
fighting back, but defender Al-
bert Dorsey picked off his third
interception of the day and raced
31 yards into the end zone for
the clincher.
* * *
USC Victorious
SEATTLE - Southern Califor-
nia's top-ranked Trojans over-
came fumbles and frustrations,
wind and the stubborn Washing-
ton Huskies yesterday for a 23-6
victory that kept them running
full tilt on the road to the Rose
Bowl.
The Trojans had to score 16
points in the final quarter after
the Huskies had narrowed the gap
to a single point with Don Mar-
tin's second field goal at the start
of the period.
0. J. Sim~pson ripped off an 86-
yard TD run in the opening quar-
ter to give the Trojans their in-
itial lead.

end

Crimson

Tide

Skein, 24

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Buffs Stiffle Huskers
LINCOLN - Colorado's fourth
ranked Buffaloes scored touch-
downs of 62 and 76 yards on pass
interceptions yesterday to dump
Nebraska 21-16 and virtually
blow the Cornhuskers out of a
chance for a fifth straight Big
Eight football title.
With the score tied 7-7, Colo-
rado safety Dick Anders inter-
cepted a Frank Patrick pass, ran
17 yards and, when apparently
trapped, lateraled to Jim Veeder,
who covered the remaining 45
yards.
* * *
UCLA Rallies
STANFORD--Reacting quickly
to a surprise 7-10 deficit, quar-

once victory over Stanford yes-
terday.
"Beban may have a bad game
for 50 minutes but he'll find a
way to beat you," UCLA publicist
Vic Kelley has said, matter of
factly.
Beban didn't wait 50 minutes
this time to take the Bruins to
their sixth straight triumph this
year.
With 3:43 left in the first half,
Beban climaxed a Sandy Green
pass interception with an 11 yard
sweep for the touchdown that put
UCLA ahead to stay, 14-10.
Stanford came back with an
86-yard drive in the final per-
iod, Jack Root going over from
the one.
The Indians made a desperate
effort to win with a 54-yard drive

Knock it off, Lester, I'm
trying to get some sleep.

terback Gary Beban rallied UCLA in the closing minutes, but fell
to a 21-16 Pacific Eight confer- short at the UCLA 17.

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Look, I've got to be
up early for the
Intramural Dart Toss.

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Why couldn't I have
roomed with a
fun person?

-Associated Press
TENNESSE fullback Walter Chadwick dives into the end zone for the Vols' first touchdown against
Alabama. The Vols snapped the Crimson Tide's 26 game unbeaten string with a 21-13 victory.

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