Sunday, October 13, 1968
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, October 13, 1968 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Grounded Irish roll to victory
By The Associated Press lsChuck Burkhart to fullback Tom early in the fourth quarter after
SOUTH BEND - With their!Badgeiseagain Cherry in the third quarter and Simpson had tied the score late
air - attack stifled by inspired MADISON - Utah State scored rolled over the Bruins 21-6 yes- in the third period on a four-yard
Northwestern; the fifth-ranked three quick first period touch- terday. run.
Notre Dame Irish ground out three
touchdown drives with Bob Gla-
dieux scoring twice to down the!
Wildcats 27-7 yesterday.
The defensive web sparked
mainly by secondary backs Dan
White, Dick Dean and Hal Dan.-
iels, shut off Terry Hanratty's
aerials. He had only three com-
pletlons in 13 attempts for 26
yards in the first half, and two of
his shots were stolen.
The great split end, Jim Sey-
mour, was held to one catch in
each half for a total of 23 yards
as winless Nortwestern, a 28-point
underdog, clamped the best de-
fense on him of the season.
Notre Dame took the opening
kickoff 78 yards in nine running
plays to score on Hanratty's 7-
yard bootleg run.
Late in the third quarter, with
Hanratty on the sidelines, sopho-
more quarterback Joe Theismann
led the Irish 48 yards on the
ground, with Gladieux bursting
across from the 7.
Gladieux scored from the 2.
early in the fourth as Hanratty
kept-the Irish on the ground for
69 yards in 11 plays.
downs, all on the passing arm of A crowd of 35,778 in Memorial7
John Pappas, and defeated Wis- Coliseum, plus a regional television
consin 20-0 yesterday. audience on both coasts, watched
The victory was Utah State's the Nittany Lions preserve their
fourth in five games. Wisconsin unbeaten record in four games
suffered its fourth defeat of the with a bruising attack that buried
season and ran its winless streak UCLA in the last half.
to 14. Leading 7-6 after the half,
Pappas connected on a six-yard
pass to Mike O'Shea, a two-yard-
er to Altie Taylor, and a 25-yard
aerial to Ken Demartini.
Utah State rushed for only nine
yards in the first half, but Pappas
kook up the slack by hitting on
4. of 24 passes for 191 yards.
In the first half quarterback'
Bob Schaffner failed to move the
Badgers. He attempted only two
passes, completing one for minus
rne yard. Six Badger runners
gained a total of two yards rush-
John Ryan took over the signal
calling chores for Wisconsin, but
he also was unable to move con-
sistently against the tight Utah
Penn St. routs UCLA
LOS ANGELES - Penn State,
the nation's No. 3-ranked football
team, drove away from UCLA on
a spectacular 76-yard pass from
Penn State's quarterback Burk-
hart stepped back, looked to his
left and then found the 220-pound
Cherry all alone on the right side-
Cherry took the ball on the
Bruins' 35 and was untouched
until a Bruin hit him at the goal
Halfback Charlie Pittman added
the final Lion touchdown early in
the fourth quartet when he slam-
med through the Bruin right side,
broke two tackles and stormed on
for a 28-yard run to the end zone.
USC rambles on$
STANFORD - O. J. Simpson
scored three touchdowns as sec-
ond-ranked University of South-
ern California came from behind
three times to beat an upset-mind-
ed Stanford football team 27-24
yesterday before 81,000 fans.
Final margin of victory was a
34-yard field goal by Ron Ayala
Simpson carried the ball 47
times, a career high, gained 220
yards and scored touchdowns of 3
and 46 yards in addition to his
With less than five minutes left
in the third quarter and Stan-
ford leading 24-17, USC quarter-
back Steve Sogge hit halfback Jim
Lawrence on a 40-yard pass play
that put the Trojans on the Stan-
ford four. O. J. then scored his
12th touchdown of the season.
Then came Ayala's winning field
goal. He and Steve Horowitz of
Stanford each kicked three extra
* *, *
LINCOLN - Quarterback Bob-
by Douglass calmly rallied sixth-
ranked Kansas to a pair of touch-
downs in the final five minutes
yesterday for a come-from-behind
23-13 conquest of Nebraska before
67,199, largest football crowd in
Big Eight Conference history.
Nebraska had moved in front
13-9 in the fourth quarter of a
wild, penalty fought contest.
But Douglass capped a 73-yard
march with a one-yard touchdown
plunge with 4:09 remaining, and
clinched the victory with a 10-
yard scoring scamper with 1:11
It was the fourth straight vic-
tory for Kansas and the first loss
in four starts for ninth-ranked
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Ruggers deal State double loss
It just wasn't Michigan State's
Following the foobtall extra-
vaganza in Michigan Stadium, the
scene moved to Wines Field, where
the ruggers proceeded tq demolish
two State teams, 15-6 and 14-3,
completing the weekend sweep.
In the first game, Michigan
y drove for three scores and all its
points in the first half. Mike
Johnson kicked the conversions
on tries by Joel Pensyar, Max
Gail, and Jerry Swift, to give the
Blue a 15-0 lead at the break.-
Both MSU scores came on penalty
kicks by Tom Wallace.
However, the second game was
a 0-0 battle for most of the first
half." Center John' Bowers pushed
over a try, but State knotted the
score again at 3-3 when John
Withers tallied just before the end
of the half.
Scrum half, Ross Vickers broke
0 the deadlock for good, taking the
ball across from two yards out.
He set up the play after grab-
bing the ball -during a pileup at
midfield and finding temporary
Tom Motimer, who had missed
the two conversions booted a drop
* kick. for another three kpoints. He
then converted Howers' second try
to finish out the scoring.
The victories enable Michigan to
:etain the Webster A. Steeby/I
trophy. The trophy, which is given1
annually to the winner of the
Michigan-Michigan State game,
0 has never left Michigan hands in
its six-year existence, except for
the short time it was stolen a few
The Soccer Club, meanwhile,
traveled to Toledo and tallied six
times to bring home a 6-0 victory.
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