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''- Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, September 21, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, September 21, 1969

I

Spartans squeeze

by

Huskies;

do inion Irish

over
Man will never really conquer
the atom until he conquers his
fear of the atom - his fear of
annihilaiion. He needs a spirit(
ual understanding of himself, of
the universe, and of God. You
are invited to hear a one-hour
public lecture on this subject by
Jules Cern of The Christian Sci-
ence Board of Lectureship. The
title is "Christian Science: Do-
minion Over the Atom."
chrstia Sciernce Lecture
First Church of Christ Scientist
1833 WASHTENAW AVE.
Tuesday evening, Sept. 23--8 p.m.
Child Care Provided
AdJmision FREE Everyone welcome

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING, Mich.
Law, a 225-pound lineback
formed like a scatback,
70 yards to score on a pas
ception and assure Michiga
of a 27-11 foobtall win over
ington.
Law grabbed a pass try b
quarterback Gene Willis
fourth quarter to save MS
losing because of earlierr
Washington led 9-7 at the
It looked all the way as
bles and interceptions wo
cide the game.
The Spartans scored e

second,
S , the first quarter after a
- Don recovery, with quarterbac
wr, per- Triplett going in the las
dashing yards for the TD.
;s inter- Clyde Werner. the 228
in State Washington middle linebac
r Wash- up two Husky tallies in the
quarter on pass interceptio
y husky pass grab by Werner let
in the Sligh sweep in for 20 yar
3U from a score. A second intercept
miscues. up a 33 yard field goal 1
half. Volbrecht.
if fum- MSU took command in tY
uld de- quarter, driving from its
for a score. Speedy left h
early in Eric Allen escaped for most

half buries Cats
fumble yardage in the impressive drive. the Boilermakers hold off the
k Bill The push started in the third per- Horned Frogs behind the classy
t three iod but the score came on the quarterbacking of Mike Phipps,
first play in the final quarter, while TCU sophomore signal caller
t-pound with Triplett sneaking in from the Steve Judy fired four touchdown
cker set one. passes.
second MSU added to the score on a Phipps had four TD passes and
ins. One 29-yard pass from left halfback ran for one score.
Luther Tommy Love to Frank Foreman Purdue drove 86 yards to a
ds and with less than 30 seconds remain- touchdown after TCU kicked off
tion set lng.t

by Ron
he third
own 11
alf back
t of the

ZBT

Irisi roll
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Bill Barz,
surprise fullback starter, and
scrambling quarterback Joe Theis-
mann combined for three touch-
downs to rally Notre Dame from
a 10-0 deficit, leading the Irish to
a 35-10 route of Northwestern's
Wildcats in the football season
opener for both teams.
After leading only 14-10 through
the first three quarters, the heav-
ily favored Irish exploded for 21
points in the fourth period.
With 50 seconds left in the wild'
24-point first quarter, the Irish
finally moved ahead 14-10 on
halfback Ed Ziegler's 18-yard
scoring run which capped a 981
yard march by the awakenedJ
Notre Dame powerhouse.
Two of the three Notre Dame
touchdowns in the closing quarter
were scored by Barz, who last sea-
son played only three minutes and
was a last minute replacement for
injured Jeff Zimmerman.
Purdue sizzle s
FORTH WORTH: Tex. - Pur-
due's p u n i s h in g Boilermakers
fought off 87-degree heat, 12 pen-
alties and a second-half charge
to outgun Texas Christian, 42-35.
A crowd of some 25,000 watched

a nice

place to eat

to open the game. T1he Boner-
makers used nearly 5 minutes of
the first quarter in the drive,
capped by a Phipps' bootleg run
of 5 yards.
Fullback John Bullock of Pur-
due took a Phipps screen pass
later in the quarter and stomped
80 yards to the TCU 3. It was the
Slongest pass play in the history
of the stadium, wiping out a 78-
yard play Baylor made in 1938.
TCU's flood of points came in
the second half. First Ju'dy fought
off a vicious blitz and slipped a
35-yard TD toss to Steve Rabb.
Minutes later he hit Linzy Cole
for 3 yards and another touch-
down.
In the fourth period, Judy hit
John Beilue for another TD. Then,
with 4:48 remaining in the game,
Cole romped 70 yards with a Pur-
due punt for the last score of
the game.
Hai keyes bombed
IOWA CITY, Iowa - Quar-
terback Steve Endicott threwI
three touchdown passes and Billy'
Main and Larry Watson scored
two touchdowns each in leading
Oregon State to a 42-14 upset
over mistake-prone Iowa.
Endicott, a 5-11,. 185-pound
sophomore who was given stellarI
protection, pitched one of his
scoring bullseyes to wingbackj
Watson and one to fullback Main!
during the early-season surprise
before 51,800 fans.
Main slammed a yard to a touch-
down with the game only 2:24
old and tucked in a 31-yard pass,

---Associated Press
WASHINGTON'S LUTHER SLIGH sweeps the right end en route to a twenty-yard touchdown gallop
in the second quarter of yesterday's encounter withe Michigan State, while State's Gary Novak

(82) and several unidentified Spartans give chase. The score helped
lead which State overcame in the second half.

4 1I

FIFTH

DIME NSIONS
C EONCERT

at full speed crossing the goal line
in the third quarter.
A fumble recovery of the open-
ing kickoff set up the first touch-
down for Oregon State, which
added a second score 10 minutes
later on a concerted drive from
its 24 and took a 21-0 lead to in-
termission on Larry Rich's 65-
yard punt return.
OSU built its lead to 35 - 0
before quarterback Larry Law-
rence passed 25 yards to wing-
back Terry Reardon and sopho-
more Levi Mitchell sped two yards
around left end' for Iowa's touch-
downs in the final period.
Indiflna coaSIS'
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Indiana

jumped to a 24-0 lead and rolled
over defenseless Kentucky 58-30
in a football game that included
almost every type of scoring.
The touchdown plays alone cov-
ered 481 yards with running
scores, touchdowns by passing.
scoring kickoff and punt returns,
fieldgoals and a safety.
It was Indiana's senior quarter-
back Harry Gonso and halfback'
John Isenbarger who carried the
brunt of the Hoosier attack both
on the ground and in the air.
Gonso, before retiring in the fi-
nal minutes, connected on 23 of
28 passes. As the final touch,
sophomore Mike Heizman replac-
ed him and hit two for three.
The Hoosiers scored t h r e e
touchdowns in the first quarter,
one on a 63-yard punt return by
Steve Porter and another on a 60-
yard pass from Gonso to John
Andrews.
Illini sclped
CHAMPAIGN Sophomore

the Huskies to a 9-7 halftime
holding and Monahan's next try
was good.
Until then, Illinois sophomore
quarterbacks Steve Livas and Gary
Lange, and senior halfback Dave
Jackson each scored on short
blasts. After each touchdown, Il-
linois failed to convert, on a place-
ment that was low and twice on
two-point running attempts.
Livas spurted across from the
4 in the second period after Il-
linois gained the ball on its own
17 when Hugh Klopfenstein's punt
went only 10 yards and out of
bounds. Jackson swept three yards
to score late in the second, closing
a 56 yard drive in nine plays.
Wisconsin subdued
MADISON, Hardworking Steve
Owens, forced to share rushing
honors with Wisconsin's Alan
Thompson, led the sixth-ranked
Oklahoma Sooners to a 48-21 vic-
tory over the Badgers in the foot-
ball opener for both schools.
Owens rambled for 189 yards in
40 carries against Wisconsin, a
record-breaking 10th consecutive
game in which he has rushed for
more than 100 yards.
"A-Train" Thompson, making
his collegiate debut, buldozed for
220 yards in 33 attempts, breaking
Wisconsin's single game rushing
mark of 200 y a r d s set by All-
American rushing back Alan "The
Horse" Ameche in 1951 against
Minnesota.

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Frank Monahan's 22-yard field
goal in the last 33 seconds of the
game gave Washington State a
19-18 season-opening football vic-
tory over Illinois Saturday.
The Cougars in the final min-
utes drove 47 yards behind Bob
Ewen's line-blasting to the Illini
5. On fourth down, they were set
back by a delaying penalty. Then
Illini Bob Bucklin blocked Mona-
han's field goal try from the 17.
But Illinois was penalized for

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