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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 29, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, Sertember 29, 1968

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Simpson gets
three more
EVANSTON - O. J. Simpson
bolted for three touchdowns and
put on a second straight work-
horse performance to lead third-
ranked Southern California to a
24-7 victory over Northwestern
yesterday.
Except for an occasional Steve
Sogge to Jim Lawrence pass in the
first half and some incompletions
IBIG TEIN
ROUNDUPI
and penalties in the second half,
Simpson did practically allthe
work in powerering the defending
national champions to their sec-
ond triumph of the season, both
against Big Ten foes.
A 27-yard field goal by Ron
Ayala in the first quarter and
Simpson's first two touchdown
gave the Trojans a 17-0 halftimel
lead.
Kansas clubs Hoosiers
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Kansas
called on the three touchdown
running of Don Shanklin and an
alert defense to build up an' early
lead, then staved off a fierce In-
diana rally to defeat the Hoosiers
38-20 yesterday in a battle of the'
nation's 12th and 13th ranked
football teams.
Shanklin's 134 yards in punt re-
turns helped stake Kansas to a
17-0 first-half lead. He had re-
turns of 37 and 38 yards to help
keep the pressure on the Hoosiers,
then just before the half, the 5'9"

SOUTH BEND-Fabulous Leroy linebackers left Dillingham wide
Keyes, needed but sparingly on open. He's a good receiver."
defense, burst forth on offense Before the Irish could recoup
with two touchdown runs and a from the first two lightning
scoring pass yesterday to lead scores. Bill Yancher pounced on. a
football's top-ranked Purdue over Bob Gladieux fumble and Purdue
No. 2 Notre Dame 37-22. produced a score in two plays-
Sharing honors with Keyes was a 25-yard pass from Mike Phipps
an unheralded senior tight end to Dillingham and then a 16-
Bob Dillingham. who snared 11 yard payoff fling to him.
passes to match a Purdue record Three, seconds before the half
and scored twice in a three-touch- ended Notre Dame tallied on a
down second period blitz that 72-yard drive behind Hanratty's
really decided the game. passes to Jim Seymour, Gladieux
With the Irish leading early in and rookie Tom Eaton. Eaton end-
edit by taking a 14-yard scoring
:.. 3:: 1..111 1.14 1 11": ~:pitch from Hanratty.
1 ATIONA Two sustained drives failed for
Notre Dame and a scoreless third
period.
ROUNDUP In the first minute of the final
quarter Purdue wound up a 63-
#M'f.v.Vt22.'V.W.Vyard drive with Keyes' 17-yard
the second quarter 7-3 on sopho- scoring burst. And later, John
more Dennis Allan's blast from O'Reilly filched a Hanratty pass
the six, Purdue made it 23-7 on and Perry Williams eventually
three touchdowns within 32 min- drilled the last 19 'yards to put
utes. Purdue on top 37-14.
Dillingham snapped up three In the wild final minutes Notre
passes for 34 yards and Keyes Dame recovered a fumble on the
grabbed one for 11 as Purdue Purdue 26 and Hanratty event-
went 74 yards in 10 plays. Keyes ually hurled an eight-yard touch-
scored on a 16-yard dart. A min- down pass to Allan.

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PURDUE ALL-AMERICAN Leroy Keyes (23) breaks away from N otre Dame tacklers to score the first of his touchdowns in yesterday's
top game. Keyes had slithered through a-small hole at tackle and t hen quickly to the outside to spring himself clear for the 16-yard
jaunt. Irish defenders vainly tried to catch Keyes as he sprinted to the corner of the end zone to give the Boilermakers an early
second quarter lead of 10-7.

-ute later Bob Yunaska stole Ter-

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168-pound senior tailback bolted
59 yards to score with an Indianal
punt.
After Indiana had cut the gap
to 17-6 in the early moments of
the third period, Shanklin bolted
54 yards from scrimmage to make
it 24-6. With 1:23 to go in the
fourth quarter Shanklin ran 65
yards for a third touchdown. I
*. * *
'Buckeyes blast SMU
COLUMBUS - Sophomore Rex
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and scored another yesterday,
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Gophers buried
MINNEAPOLIS - Paul Rogers
kicked a 19-yard field goal with
11/2 minutes to play yesterday,!
lifting ninth ranked Nebraska to i
a 17-14 victory over stubborn
Minnesota.'
Dana Stephenson intercepted
a pass from Ray Stephens, of the
Gophers early in the final period'
and returned it 28. yards to the
Minnesota 17. Nebraska scored in
three plays, with Ernie Sigler hit-
ting Jim McFarland on a 14-yard
scoring pass. Rogers' kick tied the
score 14-14.
Five minutes later. Sherwyin
Jarson intercepted another Ste-
phens pass, returned it 13 yards
and a personal foul penalty moved
the ball to the Minnesota 38. The :

Terry McMillan ran for two
touchdowns and passed for a third
as Missouri ran away from Illi-
nois to post a 44-0 football victory
yesterday.
After a near defensive stand-
off 7-0 at halftime, the Tigers
reeled off three touchdowns in
the third quarter and two touch-
downs and a safety in the fourth.
McMillan started the three-
touchdown outburst in the third
by pitching out to Mel Gray for
the final two yards, then later
scampered 35 yards around the
right side for paydirt.I
Jimn Juras and George Mooue
completedrthe shutout with final
period scores. Juras grabbbed a
seven-yard pass from reserve
quarterback Garnett Phelps and

pass performance by Mustang Huskers moved to the Gopher two
quarterback Chuck Hixson. 'before'Rogers booted his winning
Hixson, a 6'2" sophomore from field goal.
San Antonio, completed 37 of 69 *
passes for 417 yards. The at-.
tempts, completions and yardage Illin emasculated
represented SMU records.
* * * CHAMPAIGN - Quarterback

Moore ripped 24 yards off left
tackle. .
Badgers bowz
MADISON - Harvey Blanks
scored two, touchdowns--one on
a dancing, darting 66-yard punt
return-to lead the Washington
Huskies to a narrow 21-17 inter-
sectional football victory yester-
day over Wisconsin.,
Blanks swept around right end
with 7:59 remaining in the third
period to give the Huskies a 21-0
advantage. Then. upset-minded
Wisconsin went to work.
The Badgers scored three times,
Stu Voight hitting twice. A Wash-
ington fumble set up Wisconsin's
final score, a 45-yard field goal
by Jim Johnson.

ry Hanratty's aerial after B illy
McCoy had deflected it and the
Boilermakers' thrust 30 yards in
three plays. Keyes polished it off1
with a 17-yard TD toss to Dilling-.
ham.
Mollenkopf said his all-every-
thing performer Leroy Keyes wasl
"great, 'Just - great. But we have'
lots of great players. Our rush was
great .,. the front four defensive
line is going to improve. And ourl
offensive line was sure better than
I thought a week ago."i
The line protected passer-Mike
Phipps who riddled the Irish
secondary with his main target
being the unsung Dillingham.
"I've never had a greater day,"
Dillingham said. '
Keyes added "We thought alll
the time we could take them. I
think my being covered by two1

* * ,'*
Nittany Lions feast
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- A
spectacular 56-yard run by Bob
Campbell set up a third-quarter
PennhState touchdown yesterday
as the fourth-ranked Nittany
Lions defeated Kansas State, 25-9
Five plays later halfback Char-
lie Pittman took it over from the
five and gave Penn State a 13-9
lead which they never relin-
quished.
*' * *
Yellow Jgckets stung
ATLANTA-A stout Miami de-
fense, led by huge end Ted Hend-
ricks, fought off upset-minded
Georgia Tech and came from be-
hind for a 10-7 football victory
yesterday.
Tech kept Miami bottled up in
the first half and pushed across
a touchdown in the second period
for a 7-0 halftime lead.
Florida State falls
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - A fired-
up Florida defense held Florida
State's offensive machine to one
field gyal yesterday as the fifth-
ranked Gators ground out a 9-3
victory in a bruising cross-state
football battle.
Florida fullback Larry Smith
tallied Florida's only touchdown
in the second quarter after a short
kick and a five-yard penalty gave
Florida the ball on the FSU 23.
Florida's other points came on a
30-yard field goal by George
Youngblood.
* * *
Georgia jolts Clemson
ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia un-
leashed a devastating passing at-

SCORES

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QRIDDE PICKINGS
1. Michigan 31, Duke 10
2. TCU- 28, Iowa 17
3. Missouri 44, Illinois 0
4. MSU 28, Baylor 10
5. Nebraska 17, Minnesota 14
6. USC 24, Northwestern 7
7. Purdue 37, Notre Dame 22
8. Kansas 38, Indiana 20
9. Ohio State 35, SMU 14
10. Washington 21, Wisconsin 17,
11. West Virginia 38, Pittsburgh 15
12. Miami (Fla,) 10,-Georgia Tech 7
3. Oklahoma 28, NC State 14
1:4. UTEP at Arizona State, inc.
15. Florida 9, Florida State 3
16. Texas Tech 31, Texas 22
17.Ohio U. 31, Kent State 7
18. Virginia 47, VMI[ 0
19. Lehigh at The Citadel, inc.
20. St. Norbert 42, River Falls 13

EAST
Yale 31, Connecticut 14
Harvard 27, Holy Cross 20
Rutgers 20, Princeton 14
Morgan State 9, Grambing 7
Dartmouth 21, New Hampshire 0
Penn State 25, Kansas State 9 -
Vanderbilt 17, 'Army 13
Lafayette 36, Columbia;14
Boston U. 6, Maine ,3
Boston College 49, Navy 15
Cornell 17, Colgate 0
Syracusea32, Maryland 14
Pennsylvania 27, Bucknell 10
Vanderbilt 17, Army 13
SOUTH-
Tennessee 24, Memphis State 17
A Auburn 26, MississippiState p0
Alabama 17, Southern Mississippi 14
Virginia Tech 12, William and Mary
Villanova .16, Delaware 8
MIDWEST
Bowling Green 20, Dayton 14
Miami (O.) 28, Western Michigan 0
SOUTHWEST
Arkansas 56, Tulsa 13
FAR WEST
California 10, Colorado 0
North Texas State 17, Colorado State
Air Force 10, Wyoming 3
Oregon State 24, Utah 21
Stanford 28, Oregon 12r

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