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Sunday, November 17, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Southern

Cal

wins Rose

Bowl

berth

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Georgia. rambles to SEC crown;
Razorbcsslash past Mustangs
By The Associated Press pair of talented sophomores, and The eighth ranked Steers blend-
AUBURN, Ala. - G e o r g i a a reckless Arkansas defense ruined ing their brute force ground game
captured the Southeastern Con- Southern Methodist 35-29 yester- with a fierce defense, moved with-
ference football crown yesterday, day, setting up the 10th-ranked in a game of at least a share of
whipping Auburn 17-3 in a title } Razorback's showdown with Texas the SWC tittle.
showdown behind the deadly pass- Tech. Only a Thanksgiving Day show-
ing of Mike Cavan and an unre- Montgomery passed for two down with arch rival Texas A&M
lenting defense. touchdowns and Burnett scored on blocks the way to a possible Cot-
The victory in the fifth-ranked runs of one, two and five yards. ton Bowl berth.
Bulldogs' final league game gives SMU quarterback Chuck Hix- Quarterback James Street served
Georgia a 5-0-1 mark while Au- son, who entered the game as the as a catalyst for Texas' big swift
' burn's conference record dropped nation's leading passer threw four running backs, who tore into the
to 4-1. touchdown passes in the final record book in turning, TCU's
The Tigers spoiled their chain- quarter as the Mustangs battled homecoming into an autumn
pionship drive with .a rash of er- back from a 35-0 deficit. nightnare.!

By The Associated Press what appeared to be the winning
LOS ANGELES - Clutch quar- margin.
terback Steve Sogge and the fa- The excitement was hardly
bulous O. J. Simpson led unbeaten over, however, for with less than
Southern California from behind two minutes left, Simpson swept
with 17 points in the final quarter to the left for 40 yards and a
to defeat Oregon State yesterday, touchdown and USC had a 17-7
17-13. and USC headed on to its lead.
third straight trip to the Rose. The battling Beavers were still:
Bowl. not subdued. Preece arched a tow-
Simpson rushed for 238 yards. ering pass to Billy Main for 74
The victory sewed up the Paci- yards, a touchdown, and with 1:06
fic-8 conference championship for remaining, the Troy margin was
the No. 1-rated Trojans and only 17-13.
wrecked an aggressive attempt by
the belligerent Beavers from Cor-
valis to register the upset they al- Bears roar
most achieved.I
Thees weredeBERKELEY - California's de-
The teams were deadlocked for fense demoralized Oregon and its
21/2 quarters of scoreless football offense ran up a 23-0 halftime
before 59,236 in Memorial Coli- lead yesterday as the Bears dump-
seum and a regional television au- ed the Ducks 36-8 in a Pacific-8
dience before Oregon State hit football contest.
the scoreboard. otaIcnet
Quarterback Steve Preece led Oregon lost 24 yards in the first
the Beavers t59 yards in eight half trying to run against Califor-
plays and Bill Enyart, the full nia, and the Bears picked off
back they call "Earthqua k,Ifour Duck passes for the game,
back the ca Eathqake, Itwo by Ken Weidemann.
smashed for the final yard mid-
way through the third period. Defensive tackle Larry Reis set
Southern California, enroute up the Bears' first score when he
to its eighth triumph of the sea- recove'red Claxton Welch's fumble
son, suddenly began to click and on the Oregon 30. Garry Fowler,
traveled 64 yards in eight plays who was named back of the game,
with Sogge throwing a scoring went over from four yards.
bullet pass of 22 yards to a little- Oregon held the Bears the next
used junior end, Terry DeKraai. time California got the ball but
Ron Oyala tied it with a conver- Ron Miller booted his second 50-
sion kick after 2:13 of the fourth yard field goal of the season. He
quarter. missed three others including one
Southern Cal went ahead after try from 51 yards.'
10:40 of the quarter as Sogge and A block by Wayne Stewart
Simpson paraded from deep in sprang wingback Paul Williams
Trojan country to th'e enemy 11, . loose on a 56-yard touchdown
where Ayala stepped back and I jaunt and Cal had a 17-0 first,

rors, losing the ball twice on Hixson's final touchdown shotl
fumbles and twice on pass inter- a 20-yarder to Pinky Clements
ceptions. ' came with less than a minute left.:
Cavan, a cool sophomore who *
i wasn't bothered by the muddy Texas rambles
field, tossed a 22-yard touchdown
pass to Kent Lawrence and scored FORTH WORTH-Texas, snif-
once himself on a one-yard plunge fing a Southwest Conference x
set up by his passes of 23, 9 and championship, rolled roughshedx
14 yards. over crippled Texas Christian Uni-t
* * *versity 47-2 yesterday en route to f
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Bill its seventh straight football vic-
Montgomery and Bill Burnett, a tory.
Oklahoma upsets Missouri;
Kansas grinds Kansas State

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NORMAN, Okla. - Oklahomai
hurled its human battering ram,'
tailback Steve Owens, at the Mis-
souri defensive wall 46 times yes-
terday and the result was a 28-14]
Sooner victory over the sixth-I
% ranked .'igers.
Owens scored three touchdowns
and gained 177 yards rushing. He
also tossed a nine yard touchdownr
pass to Eddie Hinton as defending,
Big Eight champion Oklahoma:
put itself squarely in the 1968 title;
picture. A near-sellout crowd of
" 60,590 was on hand.
Missouri and Kansas each standj
5-1 in league play and meet each
other next Saturday in Columbia,
Mo.'Oklahoma is 4-1-having de-
feated Kansas a week ago-and
still must play .Nebraska and Ok-
lahoma State.-
But this Saturday the Sooners'
minds were -on nothing but Mis-:
souri, which had won seven
straight since its season-opening
loss to Kentucky. .
The battle plan was to run right
at a Tiger defense that had al-
lowed an average of only 98.6
yards rushing and 9.6 points per
game. The strategy worked per-
fectly, thanks to Owens' Her-
culean efforts.
* * *
BOULDER, Colo - Nebraska
socked Colorado with two first
quarter touchdowns including Guy
Ingles' -62-yard punt return, and
kept piling it on ' for 22-6 Big
Eight football victory yesterday.
The Nebraskans, powered by
hard-running Joe Orduna and
Dick Davis run up a 22-0 lead
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midway in the third quarter be-
fore Colorado scored on an 80-
yard march in 16 plays.
The second time it got the ball
Nebraska drove 55 yards in 10
plays for a touchdown. Davis' 20-1
yard dash up the middle to Colo-
rado's 30, and quarterback Ernie
Sigler's nine-yard pass to, Englis
on the Buffalo nine generated
most of the momentum. Orduna
churned around left and eight.
yards on a pitchout for the touch-
down.
Colorado bombed
LAWRENCE, Kan. - John Rig-
gins exploded 83 yards: late in the{
third quarter, igniting a Kansas
scoring.flurry whichabrought a
38-29 victory over arch enemy
Kansas State and enhanced the
seventh-ranked Jayhawks bowl}
chances yesterday. '
Rigins' run, highlighting an out-3
standing performance by the
sophomore fullback, set up Kan-
sas' first touchdown. That score,
which came on Bobby Douglass'
five-yard end sweep on the first
play of the fourth quarter, gave
the Jayhawks a 31-21 lead which
the Wildcats could not overcome.

Irish roll
SOUTH BEND, Ind - Halfback
Bob Gladieux smashed to his 12th
and 13th touchdowns to match a
50-year Notre Dame single season
record as the Fighting Irish hum-
bled scrappy Georgia Tech 34-6 in
their rain-soaked home football
finale yesterday.
Fullback Ron Dushney also
scored twice on short plunges as
ninth-ranked Notre Dame posted
its seventh victory in nine starts
with only top-ranked Southern
California left to play.
Gladieux, on touchdown darts
of three and one' yards, tied the
Irish season touchdown record
previously shared by Creighton
Miller and Bob Kelly.
The Irish, No. 1 nationally in
total offense, ground out three
touchdown drives of 82. 76 and 74
yards and held a 27-0 lead before
Georgia Tech broke the ice in the
fourth period.
* *
Maryland swamped
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-Third-
ranked Penn State converted four;
Maryland mistakes and a long
punt return into touchdowns to
methodically demolish the Terps
57-13 yesterday while post-season
bowl representatives watched.
The Nittany Lions, whose only
first period score came on a 40-
yard interception return, by tackle
Steve Smear, rolled up a 34-0
halftime lead against outclassed
Maryland.
With observers from the Orange,
# Cotton and, Sugar bowls in attend-
ance, Penn State led 42-0 before
Coach Joe Paterne sent in the
reserves.
Halfbacks Charlie Pittma and
Gary Deuel each scored twice for
Penn State which won its eighth
in a row and hasn't been beaten
in its last 16 games.

kicked a 27-yard field goal

-a

-Associated Press-
BILL "EARTHQUAKE" ENYART pounds for a five yard gain in a losing cause as Oregon State
dropped a 17-13 decision to number one ranked Southern California in Los Angeles. The victory
virtually sewed up a third straight Rose Bowl berth for the Trojans as they only have to face
mediocre UCLA in their conference finale.

for quarter lead. -

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The Organizational Committee of the
STUDENT NEW DEMOCRATIC
COALITION
will meet Sun., Nov. 17
2:30 Room 3R Union
Those willing to work, please come

Join ouar protest miovemient.
Our upstart congregation is too young and-too small to
identify with the status quo. Founded in 1849, we have
only 6,000 ,members world-wide. Perhaps that is why,
responding to the needs of the changing times, we find it
easy to move out to where the action is. Among our favorite
assignments are the inner city and missions in Latin
America, where there's no shortage of injustice to confront.
We believe that Christianity, in the tradition of the early
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