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Sunday, October 5, 1 969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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By The Associated Press
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Second-
ranked Penn State withstood furi-
ous Kansas State offensive flur-
ries early and late and hung on
for a 17-14 victory over the fired-
up Wildcats yesterday.
Kansas State, fighting back
from a 17-0 deficit, scored its
second touchdown with 15 seconds
to go and completed a conversion
pass to trim the final margin to
three points.
Sophomore Lydell Mitchell, fill-
ing in for injured Charley Pitt-
man, provided the fuel for the Nit-
tany Lions' offense. He ran for 123
yards on 19 carries and cracked
the scoreless battle by uncorking
a 58-yard touchdown run midway
through the second period.
Trojans darn Beavers

State staves




ed Southern California overcame
early Oregon State stubbornness
yesterday and powered to a third
straight victory of the season,
It was the first Pacific-8 Con-
ference game of the season for
Southern California and put the
Trojans on the road to a possible
unprecented fourth straight Rose
Bowl appearance.

time this season the seventh rank-
ed Bulldogs had been scored upon.
Arkansas throttles TCU
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Quar-
terback Bill Montgomery and split
end Chuck Dicus, Arkansas' pass-
catching combination from t h e
suburbs of Dallas, colaborated on
two touchdown passes to spark
the third-ranked Razorbacks to a

Oregon State took advantage of 24-6 victory over aroused Texas
a first quarter fumble by Southern Christian University here yester-
Christian University hereyestnr

Califounia to take a 7-0 lead.U
USC struggled to a 10-7 lead by
halftime and then smothered the
Beavers in the last half, driving to
three touchdowns with a mixture
of running by halfback Clarence
Davis and passing by quarterbackI
Jim Jones.
., 4, 4



CORVALLIS, Ore.-Fifth-rank- 11lldogs mid n

T uesday8:E


ATHENS, Ga.-A two-yard scor-
nig dive by workhorse fullback
Bruce Kemp turned a tight ball
game into a parade of touchdowns
in the fourth quarter yesterday
afternoon as the undefeated Geor-
gia Bulldogs rolled to a 41-16 in-
tersectional football victory over
South Carolina.
Kemp's touchdown in the first

It was the Southwest Confer-
ence opener for both teams and
Arkansas' 11th straight victory
over TCU, which fought doggedly
after last weeks 62-0 humiliation
at the hands of Ohio State.
Montgomery's passes to Dicus
covered 73 yards in the second
quarter and 23 yards to the fleet
junior in the third period.
Cal squashes Rice
BERKELEY, Calif. - California
scored twice in the last 53 sec-
onds, once of a 19-yard touch-
down pass and again on a 29-
yard interception return, to stun
underdog Rice 31-21 in an inter-
sectional football game yesterday.

)o P.M.

October 7

18 seconds of the final period--
The Golden Bears trailed 17-7
broke open a 14-10 contest and late in the third quarter b u t
the Bulldogs quickly followed it fought back to trail only 21-17.
with three other scores. Reserve quarterback Steve Curtis
It was the third straight victory then tossed to end Jim Calkins in
for Georgia and marked the first the end zone.
--- ---- Surrounded by defenders, Calk-



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ins leaped high, made a specta-
cular catch and fell in scoring ter-
ritory for the go-ahead points.
Seconds later, Rice wvent to the
air and Cal's Paul Martyr inter-
cepted and ran it back all the way
for the clincher.

DON ABBEY, fullback for
second-ranked P enn St ate,
ploughs through the Kansas
State line in yesterday's 17-14
Nittany Lion triumph. The win
was Penn State's fourteenth
straight over the past two sea-

-Associated Press


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