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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 22, 1968

Irish fly high;
O.J. runs wild

Iowa

kills

giant, MSU

By The Associated Press
SOUTH BEND -'- Halfback Bob
Gladieux smashed to three touch-
downs as third* ranked Notre
Dame, behind the aerial artistry
of Terry Hanratty and Jim Sey-
mour, crushed fifth-rated Okla-
homa 45-21 in the football season
opener for both' yesterday.
By the end of three quarters,
split end Seymour set a Notre
Dame record by grabbing 10 and
seven yard scoring passes from
quarterback Hanratty and the
Irish turned over a 35-14 lead, to
talented reserves,
So effective was Notre. Dame's
offense they did not have to punt
in the game.
Senior Seymour now has caught
14 touchdown passes, breaking the
school record of 13 set by Leon
Hart.4
Oklahoma' mnade it a battle in
the first half, erasing a 7-0 defi-
cit to move ahead 14-7 on the
last play of the first quarter af-
ter two touchdown passes by quar-
terback Bob Warmack. One was
a dazzling 72-yard pass play,
worked with wingback Eddie Hin-
ton, and the second a 16-yard toss
to end Steve Zabel.
After battling to a 21-14 half-
time yead, the Irish broke t h e
game apart in the third quarter
frith'a pair of drives covering 54
and.68 yards, capped by one yard
smashes by Gladieux.
Notre Dame reserves, led by
sophomore quarterback Joe
Theismann and halfback Chuck
Landolfi, shoved across a touch-
down on Landolfi's five-yard
smash in a 70-yard drive and a
31-yard field goal by Scott Hem-
pel.
Late in the final period, War-
mack clicked on another scoring
pass to Zabel, covering 11 yards.

When he left after three quar-
ters, Hanratty had connected on
18 of 27 passes for 202 yards, hit-
ting Seymour nine times for 101
yards.
* * *
MINNEAPOLIS - O. J. Simp-
son's running brilliance shone
through the overcast of Memorial
Stadium when Southern Califor-
nia needed it most yesterday, ral-
lying the Trojans to a 29-20 sea-
son opening football victory over
Minnesota.
Simpson carried the ball six
straight times in a 45-yard USC
touchdown drive in the waning
minutes which brought the de-
fending national collegiate cham-
pions from the brink of defeat.
He also ran 36 yards for USC's
first touchdown and added a sev-
en-yard scoring run with 28 sec-
onds left.
Simpson gained 235 yards on 39
carriessand taught six passes for,
59 yards. His best previous rush-c
ing total was 235 yards on 30 car-
ries against Washington last sea-
son.
The Gophers had taken a 20-16
lead midway through the fourth
quarter on a spectacular kickoff
return by.George Kemp and John
Wintermute.
Kemp took the kick on the Min-
nesota 17 and headed for the mid-
dle of the field. As he met a wall
of USC tacklers, Kemp lateraled
the ball half way across the field
to Wintermute who scooted 83
yards down the sidelines to score.
Mike Battle returned a punt 13
yards to the Gopher 45 to set the
stage for Simpson's six rushes
which carried the Trojans to the,
go - ahead touchdown. Simpson
scored from seven yards out after
going 20 with a pitchout.
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-Associated Press
JIM SEYMOUR (85), Notre Dame's all-American offensive end,
catches an eight-yard scoring pass thrown by quarterback Terry
Hanratty. Gary Harper (45) of Oklahoma is the defender. Notre
Dame won, 45-21.
KEYES ROLLS:
Purdue routs Vir5Ania

Hawks upset
Beavers 21-20
in big shocker
By The Associated Press
IOWA CITY - A stubborn
Iowa defense turned eighth-rank-
ed Oregon State into a f o u r th
quarter fumbling giant in en-
gineering a 21-20 major collegiate
football upset yesterday after-
noon.J
The sophomore-studded Hawk-
eyes surprised the Beavers and
a partisan crowd by three t i m e sI
curling around the bobbles of the
Pacific-Eight Conference team in
the final 14 minutes.
Following the first of the re-
coveries, sophomore quarterback
Larry Lawrence steered the Big
Ten Conference underdog 43
yards in five plays to a tying
touchdown.
Lawrence sprang Dannie Green
for the nine-yard scoring play,
and sophomore Marcos Melendez
from San Juan, Puerto R i c o ,
booted the extra point from place-
ment for the victory.
Iowa, mauled by Oregon State's
weight and experience in the first
quarter, repulsed the West Coast
team's last major threat by cov-
ering 230-pound fullback Bill l
"Earthquake" Enyart's fumble at
the Hawkeye 29, scuttling a 52-
yard Beaver advance.
The Beavers fell behind by 7-61
on Hawkeye number one quarter-
back Ed Podolak's first t o u c h-
down, but scored twice more and
made a two-point conversion for
a 20-14 halftime lead.

-Associated Press
BILL TRIPLETT (17), MSU quarterback, breaks through the.
Syracuse line for a 48-yard gain in yesterday's ,game at East
Lansing. Dave VanElst (74) leads the way for the young Spartan
signal-caller as he helps to bring home a victory.
GONSO STARS:
Indiana edges Baylor;
.Kansas whips Illinois

gallops*
Spartans use
comeback to
beat Syracuse
By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING -- Michigan
State came alive in the second
half yesterday after a slow and
sloppy start by both teams to give
Coach Duffy Daugherty a come-
from-behind 14-10 football victory
over Syrcause, Daughtery's alma
mater,
Syracuse Coach Ben Schwartz-
walder was particularly disap-
pointed because it looked for a
while as if he was about to chalk
up his 125th victory in 20 years at
Syracuse and 150th triumph as a
head coach.
The Syracuse coach also wanted
to avenge a galling 48-7 defeat the
last time the two teams met-back
in 1952. hh
Syracuse had only a slight 3-0
edge at the intermission on a field
goal set up by a Spartan fumble
on its own 20.
Sophomore tailback T o m m y
Love gave the partisan crowd of
63,488 in Spartan Stadium some-
thing toscream about inthe third
period when he bolted 29 yards
for a touchdown.
MSU scored on a winning gam-
ble, electing to run the ball on a
fourth down with two yards to go.
Syracuse came right back, how-
ever, rolling 77 yards in 14 plays
for a matching touchdown. Rich'
Panczyszyn passed three yards to
Ron Trask in the end zone for the
score, also on a fourth down.
Panczyszyn, the Orangemen's
quarterback, is a former High,
School All-American from Bor-
dentown Military Institute in New
Jersey. He is the latest in a series
of great Syracuse backs, including
Jim Brown, who have worn the
number 44.
Senior quarterback Bill Feraco
sprinted in eight yards for the go-
ahead score when he found all his
receivers covered in what had
started out as a pass play.

LAFAYETTE - Middle guard
Chuck Kyle spearheaded an ag-
gressive defense that swept top-7
ranked Purdue to a 44-6 victory1
over the Virginia Cavaliers yes-1
terday in the season's opener for
both teams.
T h e Boilermakers, preseason
picks to win the national college+
championship, were lackluster on
offense through most of the first
half and managed only a 13-0
halftime edge. That included a 3-
yard touchdown run by All-Ameri-
can Leroy Keyes with 31 seconds
remaining.
Purdue, second nationally in total'
offense last year, 'erupted for 10
points in the third period and 21
in the final quarter.
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Kyle knifed through to block a
field goal attempt and end Bill
McKoy lumbered 78 yards for a
touchdown with the recovered ball
to put the Cavaliers down 6-0 with
only five minutes gone in the
game.
The Purdue defense then inter-
cepted a pass and blocked another
field goal attempt in wearing down
the Virginia offense in the first
half.

SCORES
GRID PICKINGS MIDWEST
California 21, MICHIGAN 7 Kansas State 21, Colorado State 0
Miami, Fla. 28, Northwestern 7 Nebraska 31, Utah 0
Kansas 47, Illinois 7 Arizona 21, Iowa State 12
Indiana 40, Baylor 36 Brigham Young 17, Western
Iowa 21, Oregon State 20 Michigan 7
Michigan state 14, Syracuse 10 Central Michigan 24, Youngstown 20
Southern Cal 29, Minnesota 20 Eastern Michigan 40, South
Purdue 44, Virginia 6 Kentucky 0
Notre Dame 45, Oklahoma 21 Bowling Green 62, Bal State 8
Duke 14, South Carolina 7 SOUTH
Arkansas 32. Oklahoma State 15 West Virginia 17, Richmond 0
SMU 37, Auburn 28 Wake Forest 20, Clemson 20, tie
Georgia Tech 17, TCU 7 Kentucky 12, Missouri 6
Mississippi 21, Memphis State 7 Florida State 24, Maryland 14
NC State 38, North Carolina 6 Louisiana Tech 20, Mississippi St. 13
Penn State 31, Navy 6 Florida 22, Air Force 20
Texas 20, Houston 20, tie Alabama 14, Virginia Tech 7
Millsaps 16, Sewanee 0 LSU 13, Texas A&M 12
EAST FAR WVEST
Massachusetts 21, Maine 3 Washington State 14, Idaho 7
Rutgers 37, Lafayette 7 Colorado 28, Oregon 7
Delaware 35, Hofstra 0 Stanford 68, San Jose State 20
Toledo 45, Villanova 21 Washington 35, Rice 35, tie
Temple 28, Rhode Island 0 Wyoming 48, Utah State 3
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By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON - Quarter-
back Harry Gonso led Indiana's
Hoosiers 80 yards in the last four
minutes for a touchdown and a
40-36 victory over Baylor yester-
day.
Gonso circled left end for the
last three yards with 18 seconds
remaining, climaxing a wild fourth
quarter in which the lead changed
hands four times.
Gonso and Jade Butcher com-
bined on a 50-yard pass play to
keep the game-winning drive go-
ing, barely seconds after Terry
Cozby's 30-yard field goal had put
the Bears out front 36-34.
Baylor got an early 14-6 lead
while crossing the 50-yard line-
under its own power only once,
thanks to Hoosier miscues. They
headed into the fourth quarter
with Indiana leading 28-21. Baylor
drove 80 and 93 yards for touch-
downs with Pinky Palmer going
over both times for a 33-28 lead.
The Hoosiers stormed back with
Larry Highbaugh returning the
kickoff to the 50, a penalty help-
ing Indiana to the 35, and Gonso
sparking the way to the 14.
* * *
CHAMPAIGN -Two long scor-
ing passes by Bobby Douglass, a
41-yard touchdown run by Donnie
Shanklin and a 75-yard pass in-
terception on runback by Dale
Holt launched Kansas to a 47-7
trouncing of Illinois yesterday.
Kansas, a Big Eight football
title threat, scored three times in
the second period for a 20-0 half-
time bulge and the Big Ten Illini
never got off the hook.
Bob Naponic sneaked over for a
touchdown early in the third per-
iod to cut, the deficit to 20-7, then
Kansas continued to explode.
Southpaw Douglass fired a 44-
yard touchdown to rookie Don Au-
try to start the second quarter
avalanche. Shanklin, after a 48-

yard run belted across from the
two. Then Douglass tallied on a
six-yard rollout after setting it up
with passes to John Mosier and,
John Jackson.
Midway in the third period, the
Jayhawks turned it into a rout.
Shanklin raced 41 yards on a re-
verse to score. Then Douglass hit
Jim Hatcher for a 45-yard touch-
down.'
At the start of the fourth, Holt
snared Naponic's a e r i a l and
threaded the sidelines behind fine
blocking for 75 yards.
Minutes later, Illinois' Chuck
Baieither caught a punt on the
Illinois fine. The ball bounced
from his arms into the end zone
and Craig Martindale pounced on
it for another Kansas touchdown.

Kentucky upsets Missouri;
Lyons roars for Wildcats
By The Associated Press pass play from Terry McMillan
LEXINGTON - Dicky Lyons to halfback Mel Gray, a speedster
scored two touchdowns on runs of who matched the national. junior
two and 26 yards yesterday as record for the 100-yard dash last
Kentucky upset Missouri 12-6 in year.
a football defensive duel. Gray, with one step on the de- *
Lyons' winning touchdown was fense, wasn't touched as he dash-
set up by a 55-yard pass from ed 30 yards for the second period

Stan Forston to Phil Thomzpson to
give Kentucky a first down on
Missouri's 26.
On the next play from scrim-
mage, with 4:35 to play, Lyons
skidded around left end with, a
pitchout and barely made th e
front corner of the end zone as
three Missouri tacklers ran him
down.
Three times, the Missouri Tig-
ers drove to within scoring dis-
tance, but each time were stop-
ped short and had field goals
barely miss the mark.
The Tigers scored on a 79-yard

score.
Lyons put Kentucky ahead first
when his two-yard plunge capped
a 74-yard drive in 15 plays in
the first quarter.
The Detroit Tigers edged
Washington 4-3 yesterday af-
ternoon to extend their winning
streak to 11, the longest in the
majors this season. It was also
the Tigers' 101st victory this
year, equalling a club record
set in 1926 and 1961.

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