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Page Six

. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, September 23, 1969

BigT
i 213 S. STATE ST.
By ED KESKITALO
Nine of the Big T e n football
teams kicked off their 1969 sea-'
son last Saturday, and the super-
iority once attributed to t h e in
APL1- seemed just a pleasant memory as
OPEN 10-6 only Michigan, Indiana, Purdue
and Michigan State posted vic-
tories. Minnesota, Northwestern,
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa were
dumped, and Ohio State doesn't
put its number one national rat-
ing on the line until this coming
R, DSCOUN . STaturday.
S O GAMESDISCOUNT ighly rated Indiana appeared
CENTER to be coasting to victory a f t e r
building a 24-0 lead over Ken-
1 y L/tucky midway through the second
quarter, but the Wildcats turned
on the heat as they burned the;
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game by eating up the clock with ter of the turnover marred game.
4:48 remaining for a 42-35 win. Each team had three interceptions
Mike Phipps, Purdue's senior and a total of five lost fumbles in
quarterback, led the Boilermak- all.
ers to victory by passing 286 yards Minnesota went out west, and
for four touchdowns, in addition, came home with a 48-26 loss at
to running for 104 yards and one the hands of Arizona State.
score. Northwestern surprised Notre
In E a s t Lansing, Michigan Dame by jumping to an early 10-0
State's 27-11 defeat of Washing- ! lead in the first quarter. It wasn't
ton was far from crushing. The long before Notre Dame got their
Spartans came from a 9-7 deficit , Irish up, as they came on to win
with 20 points in the fourth quar- 135-10.
LONGHORNS, LIONS IMPRESSIVE:
Top teams threaten
By BILL ALTERMAN board against a California team
Woody Hayes may not know it, that specializes (or specialized)
or even care for that matter, but in stopping the ground game. Led
several teams have already given by sophomore Jimmy Bertelsen,
ample warning that Woody's Ohio the Longhorns had racked up 192
State Buckeyes are going to have of their yards and 14 of their
to do more than some rigorous points by the end of the half.
thumb twiddling if they want to Another contender made it look
repeat as the year's no. 1 team. even easier. Playing against a
First and foremost among OSU's weak Navy team, Coach Joe Pa-
antagonists could be Texas who terno watched as five of his Penn
last Saturday ran all over the field State Lions took turns crusising
and didn't stop until they h a d with the ball across the Middle
amassed 311 yards on the ground goal line. With an offense t h at
and a 17-0 victory on the score- gained 369 yards on the ground
AP POLL:
Michigan grabs last spot
On the strength of their 42-14 ines and Sun Devils, Minnesota
victory over Vanderbilt last Sat- was dropped along with Houston's
urday, the Wolverines of Michigan cougars.
have moved into the Associated| r
Press Top 20. In the latest poll, i Top twenty
released last night, Michigan and I.
Arizona State, which defeated 1. Ohio State (25) 632
Minnesota 48-26, were the only 2. Penn state (5) .548
new additions to the list. . Arkansas (1)5

In another surprise, a sopho-
more studded Illinois team w a s
only 33 seconds from victory when
a Washington State field g o a 1
bro iht on a heart breaking 19-18
defeat. Three missed points after
touchdown hurt the fighthig Illini.
Wisconsin's 48-21 loss to Okla-
homa was a game dominated by
the fullbacks from b o t h teams.
Wisconsin's Alan Thompson ram-
bled for 220 yards to break the
former rushing record for Wis-

consin held by Alan Ameche.
Steve Owens scored f o u r touch-
downs for Oklahoma to break the
national collegiate record held by
Ollie Matson.
Iowa was bombed in Iowa City
by a supposedly defense minded
Oregon State team. Quarterback,
Steve Endicott. picked apart the
Hawkeye secondary as he threw
three touchdowns and gained 209
yards in the air to breeze to vic-
tory.

Buckeye supremacy

and 142 more in the air, Penn
State should have no problem this
season working up scores re-
sembling Saturday afternoon's 45-

duction, tossing 5 touchdown
passes and leading his team to a
38-6 halftime lead.

22 tl~iv~al. . - Another group that had it rough
22 festival. was Missouri. It took a field goal
Arkansas, ranked no. 2, wasn'tI in the last 11 seconds to pull out
exactly over-extended either. a 19-17 struggle against the U.S.
When Razorback quarterback Bill Air Force Academy. H e n r y
Montgomery found he had left his iBrown's fourth goal rescued the
passing game outside the stad- victory which had a eared lost
lum, he took it upon himself to vfitry which-ad appered lost
leg the ball. Apparently Okla- Baxter to Charlie Longnecker.
homa State didn't mind as Mont-
gomery scored three times. State Mississippi too gave "foreign-
must have left its whole back- ers" rather unkind treatment in
field somewhere as-they succeed- the land of the South. Despite a
ed in losing 19 yards trying to 1 333 yard passing effort, Memphis
rush. 'IState could get nowhere against
Southern California showed the Rebels, who are suspicious of
that despite losing the likes of anybody who doesn't know who
O. J. Simpson and Steve Sogge, was Vice-president of the Con-
they shoudn't be relegated to the federate States of America. Final
back pages of the sports section. score, Rebels, 28, Memphis State,
With Jimmy Jones passing for O.
two touchdowns and Clarence Alabama, (THE SOUTH, as far
Davis gouging out 114 yards on as some people are concerned) got
the turf, U.S.C. rolled to an im- too close to Yankee territory and
pressive 31-21 triumph over a almost bit the dust. Only the pin-
tough Nebraska team. point passing of quarterback Scott
Nowhere this weekend was Hunter kept the Crimson Tide on
southern hospitality very evident, the large end of the 17-13 season
and Athens, Georgia, was no ex- opener in the away game against
ception. The Bulldogs of Georgia Virginia Tech.

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Ohio State, which was idle, re-
tained its Number One rating, but
there were many changes among
the rest of the ranked teams. Penn
State moved into second, while
Arkansas dropped to third. Two
teams dropped out of the Top
Ten, Missouri, which is now 11th,
and Houston, which was not in the
listing. Taking their places were
Notre Dame, now ninth, and In-
diana which moved up to 14th.
To make rooms for the Wolver-

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
11.
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13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Texas (2,)
Southern California (1)
Oklahoma
Georgia
Mississippi
Notre Dame
Indiana
Missouri
Florida (2)
Michigan State
UCLA
Alabama
Purdue
Auburn
Arizona State
Tennessee
MICHIGAN

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352 worked all over Tulane, who when
269 they were mercifully set free,
205 found themselves on the short end
167 of a 35-0 count. Bulldog Bruce
166 Kemp was the least friendly, scor-
,2, ing three touchdowns.
109 Playboy must have been looking
61 at the wrong figures when t h e y
60 prophesized Houston to be the
5 no. 1 team this year. Playing
55 against a Florida team that was
54 supposed to be rebuilding, t h e
team from Astro City got smash-I
ed 59-34. Gator QB John Reeves
was the main villain in this pro-

Stanford University must have
been using its two mile linear ac-
celerator Saturday as they poured
it on San Jose State 63-21. Quart-
erback Jim Plunkett threw for
two touchdowns and Howie Wil-
liams ran for three more as The
Tribe nearly equaled the 68-20
rout of a year earlier.
Oh yes, and lest I forget, Morn-
ingside upset highly favored
Omaha, 34-28. Everything straight
now Woody?

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Green Bay 17, Chicago 0
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Pittsburgh 16, Detroit 13
New York 24, Minnesota 23
Atlanta 24, San Francisco 12
Washington 26, New Orleans 20
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