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Page Eight



Purdue outruns Indiana Ei


Sunday, November 24, 1968



with Keyes
LAFAYETTE, Ind. A)-Leroy
Keyes closed out a fabulous Pur-
due football career yesterday withI
a touchdown that beat Indiana
38-35 in the last two minutes of I 1
the Old Oaken Bucket classic. -
The limber-legged halfback CHAMPAI
scored four touchdowns altogether covered fr
as the Boilermakers nailed down start to sm
third place in the Big Ten final son records
'standings. football fin
Purdue trailed by 18 points in derdog Illin
the third quarter before quarter- The Haw
back Mike Phipps opened up a a surprising
passing attack that Indiana could- and new le
n't stop. The Hoosiers' Harry Gon- in total poi
so gave a tremendous show of his scoring ave
onw-passing for four touchdowns.
Flanker Jade Butcher caught 1o2
three of them.
Purdue never led until Keyes
touchdown with 1:36 left to play.
Phipps completed eight straight forfi
passes in a drive that started on
the Purdue 24-yard line.. MADISON
sota's hart
Indiana, which upset Purdue spoiled Wis
last year for a share of the Big a 23-15 com
Ten championship and a trip to football vice
the Rose Bowl, did its best to re- The loss
peat after going into Saturday's straight, ga
game a 17 point underdog, worst recor
Sophomore Bob Pernell of In- Wisconsin
diana ran 64 yards for a touch- years ago ag
down the first time the Hoosiers The Goph(
got the ball. Keyes almost match- second play
ed him with a 41-yard touchdown Dennis Hale
sprint, but Gonso hit Butcher on consin pass
a 13-yard touchdown pass that yards for a
gave Indiana a 14-7 lead at the Wisconsin
end of the first quarter. 12- gand
_____________________ plunge and

catchup TD -
Soffense continues pace.,
half blitz crushes Illini

SIGN, Ill. ()-Iowa re-
om' a butter-fingered
ash three Big Ten sea-
in rambling to a 37-13
hale victory over un-
nois yesterday.
'keyes wound up with
g 4-3 conference mark
ague offensive records
nts, total offense, and
ters spoil
rer effort.
frst wUn
N, Wis. OP) - Minne-
Id. charging runners
consin's upset bid with
e from behind Big Ten
tory yesterday.
S, Wisconsin's 15th
ve the Badgers their
d ever, a 0-10 mark.
's last victory was two
gainst Minnesota here.
ers, 6-4, scored on the
y of' the game when
le intercepted a Wis-
and returned it 41
TD after 48 seconds.
moved out in front
Stu Voigt's one-yard
John Ryan's sneak
er fueled Minnesota's
; drive, rambling 10
our carries. The 80-
ended when Barry
ed over from the two.
ks' 30-yard field goal
dgers a 15-14 halftime
-he Gophers returned
-play, 74-yard drive,
by a 46-yard pass in-
call against Wiscon-'
rback Phil Hagen's
run capped the drive
's 20-yard field goal

Iowa's star soph quarterback,
Larry Lawrence, and running back
Ed Podolak and Tim Sullivan got
the Hawkeyes rolling after they
made four turnovers in a shoddy
first quarter, including three lost
Sullivan scored two touchdowns
on short smashes, the first erasing
a 7-3 Illinois lead and giving Iowa
a scant 10-7 halftime margin.
However, the Hawkeyes ex-
ploded in the second half with
three scoring marches covering
from 50 to 77 yards and on a 55-
yard scrimmage run by Bill Powell.
Illinois got a sterling perform-
ance from fullback Rich Johnson,
who scored on a four-yard smash
in the first period and dented
Iowa's defense for a total of 117
rushing yards.
Lawrence, whose receivers had
trouble holding onto the ball aft-
er making catches, threw one
touchdown pass, a 20-yarder, to
Al Bream, and scored himself on
a four-yard run.
Illinois scored its second touch-
down on a seven-yard pass to
Bob Bess from Bob Naponic which
trimmed Iowa's lead to 24-13 on
the first play of the fourth quar-
It left the hapless Illini with a
1-6 Big Ten record and1-0 over-

CAMBRIDGE. Mass. A) - Se- ly Yale's Brian Dowling had turn-
cond-string quarterback F r a n k ed the game into his own personal
Champi threw two touchdown plaything, sparking the bulldogs
strikes in the final 42 seconds and to a 22-0. lead in the first 22.5
then passed for a two-point con- minutes. The senior quarterback
version with no time left to give playing his final varsity game,
Harvard a 29-29 tie with Yale scored Yale's first and last touch-
yesterday. downs, passed for the other two
The ancient rivals finished their and seemingly iced the game by
seasons with 8-0-1 records and scoring from five yards out with
now share the Ivy and Big Three 10:44 remaining to play.
titl es.
Champi, a junior, came off the
bench to replace Georg Lalich ;
with five minutes left in the first !PeSt
half. He passed 15 yards to Bruce
Freeman for Harvard's first 3F3 Ii
touchdown and the first of
Champi's three scoring passes, 39 .
seconds before halftime.
He threw another 15-yarder to PITTSBURGH A'l -- T h i r d -
F e hren awth 2ser15-ds e t ond ranked Penn State rolled over
Freeman with 42 seconds left andt Pitt 65-9 yesterday in one of the
capped his afternoon's work with most lop-sided games since the
a scrambling eight-yard pitch to two teams started playing foot-
Vic Gatto and a two-point con- ball in the 19th century.
version toss to Pete Varney after
the final gun. Penn State scored the first 10
Harvard scored its tying points times it: got the ball and didn't
after Yale's Brad Lee fumbled an punt until late in the third quar-
on-side kickoff and Bill Kelly re- ter when the reserves were play-
covered at the Bulldog's 49. ing.
Champi then ran for 13 yards It was the most points scored
a and a face-mask penalty against against Pitt in the 68-game series
e Yale put the ball on the 20. Two dating back to 1893 and came
e passes fell incomplete but fullback within four points of being the
Gus Crim crashed 14 yards to most points ever scored against
the six with 14 seconds left. The Pitt.
- 'clock ran for 11 seconds as Charlie Pittman scored three
Champi was unable to find a re- touchdowns before he and the rest
ceiver and lost two yards. of the first team were pulled out
With three seconds left he ran to keep the score down. Penn
from side to side looking to pass State, which plays Kansas in the
and finally spotted Gatto in the Orange Bowl Jan.1. used reserves
r end zone. liberally and six different players
Until Harvard's magnificent ral- scored touchdowns.
ar- ~
net k1 o te '"G ' 3O
~ Sothen Cal rolls on;
tie' ~' A i
by edges UCLAi thrller


+ !

-Associated Press
CAL HILL (30), YALE OFFENSIVE BACK, smash es forward for a five yard against Harvard in
clash that was to decide the Ivy League title. Favored Yale took a two touchdown lead into th
final 42 seconds of the game but saw it evaporate as Harvard made a fantastic come-back to scor
twice and then convert for two points to tie the contest, 29-29.
Jayliawks stave offTier ralv

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The Hawkeyes, who last season Orange-Bowl bound Kansas staved
finished the season in a league off a late Missouri rally to sal-
cellar tie with 0-6-1, harvested vage a 21-19 victory before a rec-
three Big Ten season records with ord crowd of 62,200 Saturday.
their seven-game production of The triumph clinched at least
266 total points average of 36.6 a tie for the Big Ten champion-
points and total offense average ship. Defending champion Okla-
of 482 yards. homa can tie 'for the title by beat-j
The Howkeye scoring average ing Oklahoma State next Satur-
topped a 25-year-old mark of 34.5 day.
set by Michigan in 1943. The Kansas, finishing its season
other old records both belong to with a 9-1 record, got from Mor-
Purdue, 225 total points and total gan a 35-yard pass interception
offense averagp of 451 yards, set return for a touchdown, a fumble
last season, recovery which set up another

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score, and an interception in the
end zone which thwarted a Mis
souri scoring threat.
Kansas had to fight for surviva
in the waning minutes as the
Tigers, who will take a 7-3 recor
to the Gator Bowl, scored twic
in the last eight minutes.
The critical play for Missour
came on a two point conversion
attempt following its second touch
down with eight minutes remain-
Terry McMillan, faking a pass,
ran right end but was turned ou'
of the end zone at the last second
by Kansas linebacker Mickey
Doyle. Missouri, which had the
extra point kick following its first
touchdown blocked by Bill Hunt
still trailed 21-12.
Missouri scored with two min-
utes left behind McMillan's pass-
ing, but never got the ball again
* *
Sooners Swamp
NORMAN. Oki:. -- Tailback
Steve Owens' five touchdowns
keyed a record-breaking after-
noon as Oklahoma swamped Ne-
braska yesterday, 47-0, in a na-
tionally televised Big Eight Con-
ference football game.


Owens, quarterback Bob W
mack and wingback Eddie Hin
were the heroes as Bluebon
Bowl-bound Oklahoma rolled
its fourth consecutive victory.
The Sooners, now 6-3. can
Kansas for the Big Eight title
defeating Oklahoma State n(
Nebraska closed its season w:
a 6-4 over-all record and a
conference mark.
Owens became the Big Eig]
all-time single season rush
champion by carrying 41 times:
172 yards. He has 1,416 yards V
year to erase the standard of 1,
set by Nebraska's Bobby Reyno
in 1950.


LOS ANGELES () - Record-,
breaking O. J. Simpson and the
unbeaten Trojans of Southern'
California, escaping near disasterj
in the fourth quarter, slashed byj
UCLA yesterday, 28-16, and head-
ed on toward a possible second
straight national championship.
All-American Simpson, carrying
the ball 40 times for 205 yards,
broke the national collegiate rush-
ing record set last week by Gene
"Mercury" Morris of West Texas

The 205-pound Sooner junior State. The Trojan horse's three
. also got into the record books with touchdowns broke the back of a
his 30 points. The previous league Bruin team that almost did the
high was 28 points, by Kansas impossible.
State's Ralph Graham against A crowd of 75,066 in Memorial
Kansas Wesleyan in 1932 Coliseum on a smoggy, foggy late
afternoon-and a national tele-
Owens has 20 toh s vision audience-saw UCLA, led
120 points this year. Both aie by a second-string quarterback,
school' records. Jim Nader, come within two yards
Warmack collected 162 yards of what could have been the upset
running and passing. The spindly of the season.
senior now has 4,299 career total Trailing at the time, 21-16, the
offense yards, shattering the con- Bruins were led by Nader 73 yards
ference record of 4,246 set in 1938- before the threat ended with the
39-40 by Paul Christman of Mis-
souri. 'ISCO
Hinton grabbed seven passes for SCO
88 yards. He has 803 yards receiv-
ing this season, while the old Big GRIDDE PICKINGS
Eight record was 782 by Iowa' 1. Ohio State 50, Michigan 14
State's Eppie Barney two years 2. Michigan State 31, Northwestern 14
3. Minnesota 23, Wisconsin 15'
ago. 4. Iowa 37. Illinois 13


Trojans batting down a despera-
tion fourth down pass. '
UCLA mounted another threat
with 1:55 remaining but the Tro-
jans intercepted a Nader pass, and
Simpson ripped off runs of 17, 26
and the final four yards to put
the game out of reach.
BERKELEY, Calif. (A) - Cali-
fornia's highly rated defense came
apart at the seams Saturday, and
underdog Stanford, led by record-
setting flanker Gene Washington,
breezed to a 20-0 victory in the
'71st annual game between the two
The Cal defense led by middle
guard Ed White -was one of the
best in the nation, limiting op-
ponents to an average of 232.4
yards per game until Stanford
came along. Stanford gained near-
ly that amount in the first half
and held Cal to just 31 total yards.
The Indians had a 17-0 halftime



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5. Purdue 38, Indiana 35
6. Kansas 21, issouri 19
7. North Carolina 25, Duke 14
8. Oregon State 41, Oregon 19
9. Southern Cal 28, UCLA 16
10. SMU 33, Baylor 7
11. West Virginia 23, Syracuse 6
12. Harvard 29, Yale 29, tie
13. Alabama at Auburn, next week
14. Princeton 41, Cornell 13
15. Miami (Fla.) at Florida, next week
16. Virginia 28, Maryland 23
17. Oklahoma 47, Nebraska 0
18. South Carolina 7, Clemson 3
19. Washington State 24, Washington 0
20. Occidental 22, Pomona 10
Holy Cross 27, Connecticut 24
Pennsylvania 26, Dartmouth 21
Boston College 21, Massachusetts 6
Penn State 65, Pittsburgh 9
Columbia 46, Brown 20
Delaware 38, Bucknell 12
Rutgers 55, Colgate 34
Buffalo 13, Boston University 0
Cincinnati 23, Miami, Ohio 21
Bowling Green 44, Xavier, Ohio 14
Kansas State 21, Oklahoma State 14
Ohio U. 28, Northern Illinois 12

Florida State 42, Wake Forest 24
Vanderbilt 53, Davidson 20
East Carolina 23, Citadel 14
Tennessee 24, Kentucky 7
Richmond 31, William & Mary 6
Morgan State 25, Virginia State 0
Grambling 34, Southern U. 32
Virginia Un'ion 12, Hampton Inst. 0
Southern Mississippi 21, Tampa.7
Louisiana State 34, Tulane 0
Texas Christian 24, Rice 14
Arkansas 42, Texas Tech 7
Brigham Young 35, New Mexico"6
Houston 100, Tulsa 6
Stanford 20, California 0
Air Force 58, Colorado 35
Utah State 28, Utah 13
Washington St. 24, Washington 0
Philadelphia 120, Cincinnati 105
Baltimore 128, Detroit 127
New York 111, Boston 100
Atlanta 114, Chicago 96
Montreal 4, Minnesota 3
Detroit 5, Toronto 2
Boston 5, New York 1
Oakland 2, Philadelphia 1
St. Louis 1, Chicago 0

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