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NATIONAL ROUNDUP:
Tennessee Puts Down InspiredLSU

By ROB SALTZTEIN
Special To The Daily
KNOXVILLE-Tennessee's Karl
Kremser, a kicking specialist from
Levittown, Pa., boomed a 33-yard
field goal with 1:05 remaining in
the game, to give the Volunteers
a 17-14 victory over a fired up
LSU squad. The Tigers had come
from 14 points behind to tie up
the score minutes earlier.
The victory put Tennessee into
undisputed first place in the
Southeastern Conference and vir-
tually assured the Volunteers of an
Orange Bowl bid New Year's Day.
Tennessee, plagued by fumbles
and interceptions t h r o u g h o u t
much of the game, built up a 14-0
lead midway in the third quarter
on the power running of fullback
Richard Pickens and the accurate
passing of quarterback Dewey
Warren.
Dewey Drops 'Em In
Warren, returning to action for
the first time since being injured
three weeks ago against Auburn,
and the Southland's leading candi-
date for the Heisman Trophy,
made good on 9 of 13 passes for
170 yards. He scored the first Vol-'
unteer touchdown on a seven-yard
roll out to his left early in the
second quarter.
The first half ended as Tennes-

j see's Jimmy Glover, the stand outI
on defense all afternoon, inter-
cepted an LSU pass in the end
zone, stalling a Tiger drive thatI
reached the sixth.
In the third quarter Tennessee's
fullback Pickens, who had been
ripping through the LSU line with
consistency from the outset of the
game, plowed over from the five
to give the Volunteers a 14-0 lead.'
But LSU was not dead. Speedy1
Sammy Grezaffi received the fol-
lowing Vol kickoff in the end zone
and raced it back 100 yards up the
right side line to bring the Tigers
back within seven. It was the
longest kickoff return in Tiger
history.
Then Tiger quarterback Nelson
Stokley, taking advantage of a
Warren interception midway in
the fourth quarter and the power
running of halfback Tommy Al-

len, rolled over from the Vol 14
on a broken pass play to tie up
the score.
Warren retaliated by driving the
ball down to the Tiger 15, setting
the stage for Kremser's game win-
ning kick.
It looked like a sure Tennessee
victory but LSU made one last'
desperate try with 1:04 left on
the clock. The Tigers drovedown
to the Vol 20 where, with 30 sec-
onds left and no time outs re-
maining, LSU went for a tie with
a field goal and lost, Roy Hurd's
kick sailing wide to. the right.
Houston Humbled
OXFORD, Miss. (P) - Missis-
sippi's fired-up Rebels rose to de-
fensive heights yesterday and sty-
mied ninth-ranked Houston's po-

tent offense, whipping the Cou-
gars 14-13.
A missed extra point kick by
Houston's Ken Hebert in the
fourth quarter kept the Cougars
from salvaging a tie.
Ole Miss linebacker Jimmy
Keyes, a defensive stalwart, pro-
vided the margin of victory for
the Rebels with his conversions
after two touchdown passes by
quarterback Bruce Newell.
Houston drew first blood, scor-
ing in the opening period on a
74-yard punt return by halfback
Don Bean. Woodall passed 42
yards to flanker Calvin Achey in
the fourth period and Hebert
missed his conversion try that
proved the difference.
* * *
Colorado Corralled
BOULDER, Colo. (M) - Okla-
homa State's quick C o w b o y s
marched for a touchdown on the
opening kickoff and stunned
third-ranked Colorado 10-7 yes-
terday.
State's touchdown surge at the
start sent the previously unbeat-
en Buffaloes into deep shock
from which they never recovered.

It was Colorado's first defeat in
10 games dating back to last sea-
son.
The Buffaloes, sluggish and in-
ept for three quarters, moved for
a 63-yard touchdown march early
in the fourth period after the
Cowboys had taken a 10-0 lead.
The difference proved to be
Craig Kessler's field goal late in
the third period.
* * *
LOS ANGELES (P) -- Reserve
halfback Steve Grady entered the
game in the third period for in-
jured O. J. Simpson and led top
ranked Southern California to a
28-6 victory yesterday over Ore-
gon before 48,857 at the Los An-
geles Memorial Coliseum.
Simpson was removed from the
game four minutes into the third
period with an injured ankle, but
the nation's No. 1 team had little
trouble with the visiting Ducks.
Grady, a senior who has seen
little action in three years, gained
108 yards in 68 carries and scored
one touchdown.
The victory, though, was a
credit to the defense. Oregon was

able to gain only 25 yards and
one first down in the entire first
half. Only once in the first three
periods did the Ducks penetrate
Trojan territory -- soon after
halftime when Oregon got to the
USC 47.
* * *
r'Boma Wins Again
CLEMSON, S.C. (A') -- Ala-
bama's defensive unit, in trouble
several times, held in the clutches
yesterday as the. Crimson Tide
whipped Clemson 13-10 in Tiger
Stadium.
The Crimson Tide piled up all
its points in the first half, then
staved off all but one of Clem-
son's second half efforts to catch
up.
A 41-yard pass from Kenny
Stabler to Dennis Homan at the
Clemson 19 set up Alabama's
touchdown the first time the Tide
had the ball. Steve Morgan
plunged over from the three to
cap the 68-yard march.
The Tigers came to life in the
final period for their touchdown.
After recovering a loose ball at
the Tide 32, Clemson went the
rest of the way in five plays.

Ruggers Down Blackrock
In Fight-Filled Contest
Numerous fights ,marked the period to defeat Windsor Blac
second half of a rugby game at rock.
Ferry Field yesterday, but an ag- Michigan gained the lead on
gressive Michgian team held its try by Russ Wallis, which w
11-3 lead through the entire converted, and a pair of penal

IN THE BIG TEN:
Notre Dame Eases Past MSU

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By The Associated Press
SOUTH BEND, - Sophomore
Jeff Zimmerman scored three
touchdowns, one on a zig-zagging
47-yard run, to pace relentless
Notre Dame to a 24-12 victory over
trouble-beset Michigan State yes-
terday.
Zimmerman also bolted seven1
yards, for Notre Dame's first
touchdown and grabbed a 30-
yard scoring pass from Terry Han-
ORGAN IZATION
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ratty, giving the Irish a 17-0 half-
time lead.
The nationally-televised test
bore faint resemblance to last
year's classic 10-10 Irish-Spartan
deadlock at East Lansing. Tension-
wracked, MSU failed to score until
only 10 minutes remained, with
Dwight Lee smashing the final two
yards of a 64-yard drive.
A few minutes later, the Spar-
tans struck again after recovering
an Irish fumble on Notre Dame's
33 and scored on a six-yard pass
from emergency quarterback Bill
Feraco to end Frank Waters.

-lliini Upset Buckeyes
USE OF THIS COLUMN FOR AN COLUMBUS, Halfback Dave
NAUNCEMENTS is available to officially
recognized and registered student orga- Jackson crashed over the goal
nizations only. Forms are available in line with 34 seconds to play yes-
lm. 101lSAB terday, bringing Illinois from be-
Square Dance Club offers first of five hind in a 17-13 Big Ten football
lessons, Oct. 31, 7:30-9:30, Womens' Pool victory over Ohio State and spoil-
Bldg. Everyone invited. No experience ing a Buckeye homecoming day
neeed before a crowd of 83,928.
University Lutheran Chapel, 1511 The fleet-footed Jackson, who
Washtenaw, Oct. 29, 9:45 and 11:15 a.m. has been out of action for two
Worship Services with Pastor Schelps
speaking on "Faith Alone," Holy Corn- games because of an injury,
munion will be celebrated; 11:15 a.m. earlier scored the Illini's first
Bible Class "Appontment with God;" touchdown with 5:24 remaining
6:00 p.m. - Gamma Delta Supper; 7:00 touthdoin ei :4n
p.m. - Reformation program as EMU. in the first period.
* * *Dan McKissic, who booted both
Guild House sponsors Monday Noon extra points for the winners, com-1
Luncheon, Oct. 30, 12-1:00, speaker;
Imad Khadduri: "Ethics of Being a pleted the Illinois scoring with
Revolutionary," 802 Monroe. a 31-yard field goal in the final'
* * *three seconds of the first half.
Communication Sciences Lecture Ser- d
les: Dr. Ross Quilliam of Bolt, Beranek, Ohio State, plagued by costly
and Newman, Inc., "The Teachable fumbles and a pass interception
Language Comprehender: A Programthat set up the first Illini touch-
for Comprehending English by the Use
of a Large Semantic Memory." Romm down, fell behind 10-0 before the

running of Dave Brungard spark-
ed the Bucks' attack in the second
half.
* * *
Cats Claw Badgers
MADISON -- Northwestern built
up a solid lead on Wisconsin er-
rors, then held off a Badger sec-
ond half rally for a 17-13 Big Ten
football victory yesterday before
a homecoming crowd that in-
cluded President Lyndon Johnson's
daughter, Lynda.
The Wildcats, who have yet to
score more than two touchdowns
in any of their six games, got
their quota in the second period
against the winless Badgers and
added a 24-yard field goal by
Dick Emmerich in the final per-
iod.
Mark Proskine recovered a John
Smith fumble at the Badger nine
to set the stage for the field goal
that gave the Wildcats a 17-7 lead.
Purdue Buries Iowa
IOWA CITY-Explosive Purdue
got a four-touchdown performance
from Leroy Keyes and buried Iowa
41-22 yesterday to remain unbeat-
en in Big Ten play.
Keyes, a 6-3, 200-pound half-
back, scored the' second of his four'
markers early in the second quar-
ter when he raced 81 yards un-
touched to score.
The swift junior also tallied on
a three-yard run, and on passes
of 29 and 46 yards from quarter-
back Mike Phipps.

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3-B, Union, coffee at 3:30, lecture room
at 4:00, Oct 31.
Lutheran Student Chapel - Hill St.
at Forest, film: "The Parable," Sun.,
Oct. 29, 7 p.m.
College Republican Club meetng, Dr.
Fleming will speak on "Students and
Politics," Tues., Oct. 31, Multi-pur-
pose room, UGLI.
Guild House Halloween Party, Oct. 28,
7:30 p.m., 802 Monroe.
Africian Students Union, Tues., Oct.
31. East Lecture Room - Rackham,
8 p.m., panel discussion on the Rhode-
sian Crisis.
La Sociedad Hispanica, Una Reunion,
Mon., Oct. 30, 3050 Frieze, 3-5 p.m.

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