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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, October 7, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday, October 7, 1969

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Nations's defensive units struck
,y ligh-scoring offensive teams

By BILL ALTERMAN I IRISH QUARTERBACK J o e
Michigan Coach Bo Schembech- Theismann w a s the main point
ler wasn't the only Big Ten coach producer in the contest, throwing
who reached new depths of agony for three touchdowns and running
last Saturday afternoon. As a: f or a fourth. In losing its first
of f out of ten games, game the Spartans triple-option
'matter o act, offeseoculdtnt wgkmupsnoug
the heroes of the midwest could offense could not work up enough
only prove triumphant in three. scoring punch to catch the power-
Iowa, which defeated Arizona ful Irish.
31-19. Iowa's potent offense wasn't so
Purdue, which squeaked by potent but their normally sieve-
Stanford. like defense wasn't so sieve-like
And Ohio State. (no comment). and they managed to hold out andj

l fall
total yards in a game which was
tied 14-14 at the half.
Purdue was one of the lucky
teams that emerged victorious this
weekend but it took a miraculous
232 yard fourth quarter passing
performance by Boilermaker quar-
terback Mike Phipps to pull it out
36-35.
T h e incredible passing duel
saw Phipps gain 429 yards on 28
cormpletions, five for touchdowns,
and Stanford QB Jim Plunkett
hit on four aerial TD's among his
355 yards.
Phipps t h r e w for two of his
scores in the fourth quarter and
with time running out passed to
end Greg Fenner for the go ahead
two-point conversion.
OH YES, Ohio State.
Woody Hayes's brute sadists
had to go all the way to Seattle,

By BOB ANDIRWS in the.
The health director at H o 1 y oud, 2
Cross is taking steps to prevent;
the spread of a hepatitis epidemic Quar
that struck the football team this the Ho
weekend from spreading to the 3 touc
rust of the student body. house1
But rid coaches across the na- ,ying2
tion, however ,seem powerless to a Pairc
stop the epidemic of scoring that Elsex
is striking their defensive align- slaught
inents as it w
wereI
Hardest hit by the rash of scor-er
ing in last week's games was the several
Wildcats of Mississippi State, who if not
succumbed to a a s of Cougar The
lever and bowed to the University won th
ot Houston, 74-0. the yec
Fans in the Astrodome in u s t of Mis
have thought the Cougars were thei
trying to duplicate their effort of Archie
er set
h st season, when they walloped
Tulsa 100-6. 3e her
But even thotugh the Cougars33ot
fell short of their effort of last John
seaso, they still showed the Alabam
home-town crowds that they were Hunter
a potent group, scoring six points yard li

first quarter, 31 in the sec-, ning touchdown to George Ran-
in the third and 16 in the ager for 15 yards.

terback Gary Mullins led
uston attack by passing for
hdowns and Robert New-
became a powerhouse, car-
23 times for 245 yards and
of touchdowns.
where, the offensive on-
ts weren't quite as potent,
as in Southern Texas. They
however, enough to leave
teams in a state of shock,
absolute agony.
Crimson Tide of Alabama
heir third straight game of
ar 33-32 against the Rebels
ssissippi as Scott Hunter,
premier quarterback, a n d
Manning, the Rebel lead-
new NCAA records. To-
they completed 55 passes,
hem by Manning.
ny Musso scored twice foi
na on one-yard plunges and
ran one in from the one
ne and threw for the win-

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The presence of a former Com-
mander in Chief of t h e Armed
Services didn't help hapless Navy
as the midshipmen bowed to the
Texas Longhorns 56-17, in a game
watched by Lyndon Baines John-
son.

Michigs
ran outE
game win
it on the
42-28.
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an State's luck finally
and with it their t w o-
ning streak, as they took
chin from Notre Dame,
o Standings
KATIONAL LEAGUE
STERN CONFERENCE
Central Division
W L T Pet. Pts. OP

defeat Arizona 31-19. The clinch-
ing touchdown came with 2:17 left
when Dennis Green broke up the
tight game with a 70-yard touch-
down Jaunt.
It was an afternoon of unforget-
table second quarters as Iowa
State made like Missouri in turn-
ing two interceptions and a recov-
ered fumble into t h r e e touch-

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The Longhorns' first string team
hardly worked up a sweat as they N
were replaced with 10 minutes left WE
in the half. Navy gained only 54
yards in the first half while Texas Green Bay
amassed six times that total in Detroit
rushing alone. Minnesota
Chicago
The Nittany Lions of PennC
State survived a fourth quarter Los Angeles
drive by Kansas State as t h e y alana
won 17-14. For the first 23 min- San Francs
utes of the game Penn State con-j EA
stantly had trouble containing thea

downs enroute to a 28 point sec- Washington to find someone to
ond quarter. Illinois could do lit- play ball with and this doubtless

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tle right in the 48-20 loss, the
fifth straight time they have bow-
ed before the Cyclones.-
Northwestern was another Big
Ten school that fared poorly.:
Spearheaded by touchdown runs
of 61 and 75 yards by fullback
Micky Curetan, UCLA turned it
on and shut out winless North-!
western 36-0.
Wisconsin too went down to ig-
noble defeat but t h e Y at least

accounts for the closeness of their
41-14 squeaker over Washington.
OSU fullback Jim Otis scored
three touchdowns and quarter-
back Rex Kern "confused the en-
emy with strikes by land and air"
all day Saturday. K e r n better
watch out though, if Tricky Dicky
gets a hold of that AP story, King
Rex may spend the rest of his
Saturdays looking over maps of
Vietnam.

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STERN CONFERENCE
Century Division

Wildcats who were continually
pushing deep into their territory.

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But Lydell Mitchell, a sopho-
more, ran over tackle for 58 yardsa
enabling the Nittany Lions to take
a 7-0 lead to the lockerroom.
In the third quarter Mike Reitz
kicked a 33 yard field goal putting
Penn State ahead 10-0. Then
Chuck Burkhart, Penn State's
quarterback who is not well
known for his passing prowess, en-
gineered a 60 y a r d touchdown:
drive mainly through the air. HeI
passed to the six and Harris went:
in for the score from the three
giving the Nittany Lions a 17-0,
lead.
The Volunteers of Tennessee
had no trouble in walking over
badly outclassed Memphis StateI
55-16 in an intersectional football
game. Four of Tennessee's touch-!
downs were set up by fumble re-,
coveries and two others by inter-I
cepted passes.z
Only two touchdowns were gen-I
erated by the offense, both cul-I
minating long drives. The Volun-
teer quarterback, Bobby Scott,
passed for two scores and ran for
another.
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Cleveland 2 1 0 .667 75 71
New York 2 1 0 .667 52 71
St. Louis 2 1 0 .667 50 55
Pittsburgh 1 2 0 .333 57 81
Capital Division
Dallas 3 0 0 1.000 83 27
Washington 1 1 1 .500 66 64
Philadelphia 1 2 0 .333 68 92
New Orleans 0 3 0 .000 54 83
Sunday's Results
Detroit 28, Cleveland 21
Baltimore 21, Atlanta 14
Dallas 38, Philadelphia 7
Minnesota 19, Green Bay 7
Los Angeles 36, New Orleans 17
St. Louis 27, Pittsburgh 14
Washington 17, San Francisco 17, tie
New York 28, Chicago 24
This Week's Games
Sunday
Green Bay at Detroit
Cleveland at New Orleans
i;Dallas at Atlanta
Los Angeles at San Francisco
Minnesota at Chicago
Philadelphia at Baltimore
Pittsburgh at New York
St. Louis at Washington
AMERICAN LEAGUE
EASTERN DIVISION
W L T Pct. Pts. OP
Houston 3 1 0 .750 84 48
New York 2 2 0 .500 102 88
Buffalo 1 3 0 .250 77 106
Miami 0 3 1 .000 68 89
Boston 0 4 0 .000 44 121
WESTERN DIVISION
Oakland 3 0 1 1.000 99 77
Cincinnati 3 1 0 .750 99 81
Kansas City 3 1 0 .750 103 46
Denver 2 2 0 .500 97 93
San Diego 2 2 0 .500 84 102
Saturday's Results
Oakland 20, Miami 20, tie
San Diego 21, Cincinnati 14
j rSunday's Results
New York 23, Boston 14
Houston 28, Buffalo 14
Kansas City26, Denver 13
This Week's Games
Saturday
Boston at Buffalo
Cincinnati at New York
San Diego at Miami
Sunday
Houston at Kansas City
Oakland at Denver

went down fighting. The roughly
played 42-7 match ended with a o T
wild free-for-all in which every- 1. Ohio state, 34 2-0 80s
body partook. 2. Texas, 5 3-0 632
bdpato.3. Arkansas 3--0 533
Indiana should h a v e brought 4. Soher California. 1 3-0 498
their skis withthem as they were 5. Penn state, 1 3-0 490
literally snowed under by a) a 6. Georgia 3-0 407
snowstorm; and b) the Colorado 7. Missouri 3-0 332
s 8. Oklahoma 2-0 319
Buffaloes. Playing in Boulder, 9. Purdue 3-0 268
Colorado, the Buffaloes adapted 10. Tennessee 3-0 241
to the snow and freezing c o 1 d 11. UCLA 4-0 198
much more easily and slushed to 12. Florida 3-0 168
3 13. Alabama 3-0 145
a 34-7 victory over the Hoosiers. 14. Louisiana State 3-0 142
15. Notre Dame 2-1 39
MINNESOTA EITHER borrow- 6.Staford 2-1 33
ed Iowa's sieve - like defense or 17. West Virginia 4-0 28
thywr lyigi o 18. Wyoming 3-0 19
thought they were playing in Col- 19. Michigan state 2-1 16
orado's snowstorm instead of Min- 20. Tie-Nebraska 2-1 13
neapolis's 84-degree heat and Auburn 2-1 13
keeled over to Nebraska 42-14. The Others receiving votes, listed alpha-
betically: Colorado, Kansas State,
Cornhuskers managed by quarter- Michigan, Mississippi, Oklahoma State,
back Jerry Tagge, amassed 591 Toledo.
HEPATITIS STRIKES:
Holy Cross football
inished for season
WORCESTER, Mass. (UP)-Holy fected to prevent spread of the

RADICAL
CAUCUS
8 P.M. Tonight
S.A.B.

Cross College cancelled the re-
maining eight games on its foot-I
ball schedule yesterday after tests
revealed that its entire 75-member
squad had contacted infectious
hepatitis.
A school spokesman said Ath-
letic Director Vincent G. Dough-
erty contacted the remaining eight
opponents on Holy Cross' 10-game
schedule, informing them it would
be impossible to fulfill the school's
commitment.
Dr. John Shea, vice president

disease to the rest of the 2,350-
member student body.
* Also stricken with the disease
were four managers, seven coach-
es, the trainer and the director
of sports information.
Hepatitis attacks the liver, and
is chiefly prevalent among young
people, but is rarely fatal. The
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about six weeks.
Coach Bill Whitton, in a tear-
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