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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, X.967

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1967

USC,

Minnesota

Narrow

Fiel d

for

Rose

Bowl

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Simpson's Last Quarter Dash
Demolishes Top-Ranked UCLA

Gophers Overwhelm Hoosiers
As Wilson Scores Four TD's

By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES-Southern Cali-
fornia's fantastic O. J. Simpson
broke loose with a 64-yard touch-
down run in the fourth quarter
that wrecked the undefeated sea-
son for top-ranked UCLA yester-
day and sent the Trojans whirling
on to the Rose Bowl with a 21-20
victory.
Simpsop's sensational run tied
the score at 20-20 and Rikki Al-
dridge kicked the extra point to
give the Trojans their first vic-
tory over UCLA in three years and
atone for their 3-0 loss a week ago
to Oregon State.
Executive Director Tom Hamil-
ton of the Pacific Conference
made it official that Southern
Cal would go against the Big Ten
representative in the big New
Year's Day bowl game in Pasa-
dena.

Simpson, a junior speed mer-
chant, began his memorable run
from the Trojan's 36, ran to the
left toward the USC bench, re-
versed the field, opened the
throttle and raced on in with no
one touching him.
Equally brilliant was UCLA
quarterback, Gary Beban, who just
a minute before had thrown a 20-
yard touchdown pass to Dave Nut-
tall that put UCLA in front 20-14.
But the try for the extra point
by Zenon Andrusyshyn was wide
to the left and the failure cost
UCLA the Rose Bowl trip and
possibly their No. 1 national rank-
ing.
Beban, in the Bruins' last touch-
down drive, completed four of five
passes for 57 yards of the 65-
yard drive for what looked like the
winning tally.
UCLA halfback Greg Jones ran

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12 yards on a Beban-guided drive
for the Bruins' first touchdown,
but a Beban pass into the flat
later in the first period was in-
tercepted by Pat Cashman, who
raced 55 yards for the tying touch-
down.
Simpson broke through the
middle of the line on a 13-yard
burst midway in the second quar-
ter, carrying two Bruin tacklers
with him, to score after Earl Mc-
Cullouch rambled 52 yards on an
end-around play. The Trojans led
at the half 14-7.
Beban hurled a 53-yard scoring
strike to George Farmer early in
the third quarter to tie the game
14-14.
Vols Clinch SEC
MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Tailback
Walt Chadwick passed for one
touchdown and ran for another,
and Karl Kremser booted two field
goals yesterday as second-ranked
Tennessee romped to a surprisingly
easy 204-7victory over Mississippi.
The victory, Tennessee': first
over Ole Miss sinces1956,virtually
cinched the Southeastern Confer-
ence championshipfor the Volun-
teers and made them an odds-on
choice for a trip to the Orange
Bowl.
Mississippi's lone score, in the
third period, came at the end of
a six-play drive that covered 41
yards after a pass interception.
Bobby Wade plunged over from
the one.
The rest of the game was dom-
inated by Tennessee with quarter-
back Dewey Warren moving the
Vols through the air and Charlie
Fulton and Chadwick leading a
crushing ground attack.

-Associated Press
USC COACH KOHN McKAY (white hair, dark tie) watches from
the sideline as O. J. Simpson, his junior sensation, breaks into the
clear on a 64-yard gallop for Southern Cal's third touchdown
yesterday. This score, and the PAT, brought the Trojans from
behind in the fourth quarter and gave them a 21-20 victory over
top-ranked UCLA. More important, it gave the Trojans a Rose
Bowl berth.
Fumble recoveries by tackle Dick with Steve Owens running seven
Williams set up two of the Vol yards on the first possession after
scores, the Kansas touchdown.
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Sooners See Oranges
NORMAN, Okla. - A 96-yard
drive, climaxed by a 30-yard
touchdown pass, marched No. 7
Oklahoma intoataleast a Big
jEight title tie and an almost cer-
tain Orange Bowl bid with a
14-10 triumph over Kansas yes-
terday.
The Sooners, trailing 10-0 early
in the third quarter scored in
the waning moments as quarter-
back Bob Warmack found end
Steve Zabel in the open for the
go-ahead touchdown.
The final touchdown shattered
a Kansas dream which had been
masterfully constructed by Bobby
Douglas. He guided his team to a
23-yard field goal by Bill Bell in
the first quarter and then stepped
over from the one-yard line forE
what appeared to be the clinching
touchdown.
But the Sooners, roaring back
with their mighty offense, scored

Longhorns Crucified
AUSTIN, Tex.-Texas Christian
scored with 61 seconds remaining
yesterdayto defeat Texas 24-17
and knock the Longhorns out of
the Southwest Conference lead.
The Horned Frogs, two touch-
down underdogs, scored 13 points
in the final quarter to overcome
what looked like atoverwhelming
Longhorn lead. Two long punt
returns, one for78 yards by Bubba
Thornton and one for 47 yards
by Cubby Hudler *sparked the
Christians.
Thornton's run untouched down
the west sideline gave TCU a
second touchdown, and P. D. Sha-
bay quickly hit end Bill Ferguson
on a two-point play and TCU was
back in the game.
Wayne Merritt kicked a 29-yard.
field goal after Hudler's long run
and TCU jumped on a fumble to
move in for the winning touch-
down scored by Kenny Post on a
one-yard run.

By The Associated Press
MINNEAPOLIS - Brawny Min-
nesota shattered Cinderella In-
diana's dream of a perfect season
yesterday as Curt Wilson ran for
four touchdowns and passed for
another to give the Gophers a 33-7
victory for the inside track to the
Rose Bowl.
Minnesota needs only to defeat
Wisconsin next Saturday to make
its third trip to Pasadena in eight
years.
Indiana, which had reeled off
eight straight victories to gain a
fifth place ranking in The Asso-
ciated Press college football poll,
not only .saw its perfect record
smashed, but its hopes for the
school's first Rose Bowl appear-
ance were dealt a crucial blow.
The Hoosiers must defeat Big
Ten leader Purdue this week to
qualify for Pasadena. Or the
Hoosiers still could go if Wisconsin
upets Minnesota.
Wilson led a revitalized Go-i
pher offense which battered In-
diana's defense with a punishing
gronud attack. Only in the second
quarter could the Hoosiers con-
tain Minnesota.
Indiana bounced back from a
7-0 halftime7deficit to tie the
score on a 76-yard drive in 15
plays with a second half kickoff.
Barry Gonso scored from one ward
out.
Minnesota went back in front
13-7 before the third quarter
ended on Wilson's one-yard keep-
er to cap a 68-yard drive.
Indiana threatened but a drive
bogged down at the Minnehota 26
early in the fourth quarter.
After that, Minnesota turned it
into a rout. The Gophers drove
79 yards to send Wilson across
from the three, then recovered two
fumbles on the Indiana 23 and
scored both times. Wilson passed
17 yards to Charley Sanders on
a deflected pass for one and kept
a yard for the other.
Purdue Humbles MSU
LAFAYETTE - Purdue's Leroy
Keyes, national scoring leader,
caught a pass for one touchdown
and threw for another yesterday
in a 21-7 football victory over
once mighty Michigan State.
The twisting, turning Purdue
halfback picked up 193 yards on
the ground in 24 carries in helping
keep the Boilermakers unbeaten
in Big Ten Conference play.
Keyes' touchdown gave him a
Big Ten season record of 15,
rubbing out his own mark set a
week ago. He has scored 19 in all
games.
Purdue, beaten only by Notre
Dame and Michigan State last
year en route to the Rose Bowl,
finished its vengeance business for
the year with a convincing victory.
The Boilermakers-and Keyes
-scored two touchdowns in the
first quarter. Keyes passed 12
yards to end Jim Beirne for the
first touchdown and then caught
a 20-yarder from Mike Phipps for
the second.
Perry Williams, the big Purdue
fullback who ground out precious
short gains all afternoon, rammed
over the Spartan goal in the
second quarter from eight yards
out for the last Boilermaker
touchdown.

-Associated Press
MINNESOTA QUARTERBACK CURT WILSON leaps over the
shoulders of Indiana's Jerry Greco and Brown Marks for the
Gopher's go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter of yesterday's
game in Minneapolis. Wilson, by scoring four times and passing
for another tally, personally ended the Hoosier's eight game win
streak and gave the Gophers the inside track as the Big Ten's
Rose Bowl representative.

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Bob Baltzell kicked all three
extra points. He missed a 32-
yard field goal attempt in the
third period.
Michigan State got its touch-
down in the third period on Bill
Feraco's one-yard sneak at the
end of an 80-yard drive. A 21-
yard pass from Feraco to Allen
Brenner and a 13-yard run by
Regis Cavender contributed.
* *
Ohio State Tops Iowa
COLUMBUS-Reserve fullback
Jim Otis scored one touchdown
and cracked Iowa's defense for
149 yards yesterday, giving Ohio
State a 21-10 Big Ten football

Midway in the third period,
Long climaxed a 13-play, 84-yard
march with a 10-yard touchdown
strike to Bill Anders.
Illini Outfight 'Cats
EVANSTON -Dean Volkman's
passing to John Wright and Dave
Jackson combined with Rich
Johnson's running yesterday to
carry Illinois .to, a 27-21 Big Ten
football victory over Northwestern.
Late in the fourth quarter a
fight broke out that brought both
teams off the bench, and after the
game was over there was another
brief skirmish before order was
restored.
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straight against Iowa, boosted !
their season's record to 5-3 and
their Big Ten mark to 4-2.
The Hawkeyes fell to a 1-7-1
mark and are 0-5-1 in the con-
ference.
Ohio State got on the scoreboard
the first time it had the ball,
marching 53 yards in eight plays
with Otis making the final seven.
Gary Cairns missed the extra
point.
Iowa moved 56 yards late in
the second quarter to jump ahead
when tailback Silas McKinnnie
crashed over from the one-yard
line and Bob Anderson booted his
12th consecutive extra point of the
season.
The Bucks, capitalizing on a
fumble by fullback Tim Sullivan,
got the lead back with 1:09left
in the half. End Nick Roman re-
covered on the Haykeye 18 and
four plays later quarterback Bill
Long scampered two yards to pay
dirt. A two-point conversion try
failed.
Iowa closed the gap to 12-10
with 19 seconds remaining when
Anderson kicked a 42-yard field
goal.

end a 64-yard drive in the second
quarter and bolted 38 on a pitch-
out from Kolkman to score in the
third.
Volkman's passes of 14 and 28
yards to Wright and 13 to Jackson
set up an Illini 71-yard scoring
thrust in the first quarter.
Jackson dove over from the one.
Another touchdown in the sec-
onai period gave Illinois a 20-0
halftime lead.
This one stemmed from Rich
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toss. Illinois marched 65 yards
and Volkman eventually shot a
one-yard scoring aerial to Wright
in the last second of the period.
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Minnesota
Ohio State
MICHIGAN
Michigan State
Northwestern
Illinois
Iowa
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MICHIGAN 27, Wisconsin 14
Minnesota 33, Indiana 7
Purdue 21, Michigan State 7
Ohio State 21, Iowa 10
Illinois 27, Northwestern 21
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Wisconsin at Minnesota
Purdue at Indiana
Northwestern at Michigan S.
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