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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 26, 1969

Page S~x THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 26, 1969

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'Kansas State

stuns Sooners, 59-21

By The Associated Press
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas
State vented the frustration of
all its years of football futility
yesterday, riding an unbelievable
offensive explosion to a 59-21
victory over Oklahoma as records
fell as easily as Lynn Dickey's
passes cut up the Sooners.

the game he said the ball went
past his outstretched hand--only
to hit Bevan's broad chest.
Bulffloes chip Mizzolt
BOULDER, Colo. - Colorado
,won a battle of football bombs
and fought off fifth-ranked Mis-

Dickey dazzled a record 38,500 souri in the last period for a 31-
fans celebrating the Wildcats' 24 Big Eight Conference triumph
homecoming with the greatest for the Tigers' first defeat of the
passing display in Big Eight his- I season.
tory. A 34-yard pass by Jimm Brat-
It was the most points ever ten to Marv Whitaker highlighted
scored against the Sooners' in Colorado's 80-yard drive in the
their 75-year history of playing first period that got the Buffaloes
football. winging. They made the score 10-0

About the only thing salvaged early in the second, then
by the Sooners was the fact that Ian whipped a long pass
star tailback Steve Owens rushed Gray god for 75 yards
for 100 yards for his 14th straight touchdown.
regular season game # - *
Dickey completed 28 of 42 pass- rv .
es for 380 yards and three touch- U LA-SitIlfaornd tie
downs before retiring w it h 9:58 STANFORD, Calif. -

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left in the game. Both the com-
pletions and yardage are confer-1
ence records.
Mack Herron s c o r e d three
touchdowns and reserve Jerry
Lawson put on a great show in
relief of the injured Mike Mont-'
gomery to share the glory with
Dickey. Lawson scored twice.
Tigers nip Tigers
BATON ROUGE, La. - Line-
backer George Bevan's desperate
dive blocked an extra point at-"
tempt by Auburn kicking special-
ist John Riley in the early min-
utes of the fourth quarter yester-
day to save a 21-20 Southeastern
Conference victory for Louisiana
State
Bevan submarined across for
the game-saving block after Au-
burn's sophomore passing sensa-
tion Pat Sullivan connected for
his second touchdown pass to
tailback Mike Zofko.
It was the second blocked kick
for LSU. Linebacker Thomason
stopped a field goal attempt by
jRiley earlier in the game. At first
Thomason also was credited wit
the extra point block. But after'
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Bischof of UCLA blocked a 32-
yard field goal attempt by Stan-
ford's Steve Horowitz as the clock
ran out yesterday to preserve a
20-20 tie and the Bruins' unbeat-
en record.
The sixth-ranked Bruins took a
20-17 lead on quarterback Dennis
Dummit's third short touchdown
run of the day in the fourth quar-
ter.
But Horowitz tied the score
with a 30-yard field goal and the
Bruins followed with a march
that appeared likely to carry them
to another score.3
But when halfback Mickey Cure-
ton ran the ball to Stanford's five
yard line, a holding penalty put
the ball back to the 20 and from
there Stanford held. UCLA tried'
a 26-yard field goal but Zenon
Andrusyshyn's attempt was short.-
Now it was Stanford's turn and
the Indians, on the arm of quar-
terback Jim Plunkett, moved to
the UCLA 39; were stalled and.
punted to the Bruin 10 with two
minutes to play.
The Indians held again, how-
ever, and regained the ball at their
own 36-yard line with 59 seconds
left.
Plunkett then brought the In-
dians to the UCLA 26, with 17
seconds left, appeared to have
Randy Vataha alone in the end1
zone.
But the Stanford end, who had
already caught two touchdown
passes, juggled the ball once and
then dropped it. .
(hitors (Ihomp
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - Sopho-
more quarterback John Reaves,'

-Associated Press
DON ABBEY (35), Penn State back, is tackled after a five yard gain by Ohio University defensive
back Craig Rader in the first period of yesterday's game. Assisting on the play is Ohio's Bill
Mitchell (21). Penn State went on the win the game 42-3.

continuing his assault on school
records, hurled five touchdown
passes yesterday and led 10th
ranked Florida to its sixth straight
football victory, a 41-20 triumph
over Vanderbilt in a Southeastern
Conference game.
Reaves equalled the SEC record
of five touchdown passes in a
single game, one he had tied in
the Gators' opening game victory
over Houston.

It gave Reaves 20 touchdown
passes for the year, breaking
Florida's single season mark of 16
set by Heisman Trophy winner
Steve Spurrier in 1966.
Owls plueed
AUSTIN, Tex. - Second-ranked
Texas flexed its defensive muscles
yesterday and whipped Southwest
Conference foe Rice, 31-0 for the
Longhorns' 14th straight victory.

SoceerienI blast Toledo
with ,econd half explosion

It was Texas' fifth consecutive
victory this year and set up a
battle with SMU next week in the
Cotton Bowl.
The Longhorns stalled by Rice's
charged-up defense and four ma-
jor 15-yard penalties in the first
half, broke loose on a 66-yard
punt return by halfback Danny
Leser.
Texas' wishbone-T offense
ground out 291 yards rushing, and
quarterback James Street hit 6
of 10 passes for 94 yards to keep
the lowly Owls guessing
Razorbacks roll
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-Quarter-
back John Eichler, in his first
starting assignment since 1967,
threw two touchdown passes and
tailback Bill Burnett scored twice
as the fourth-ranked Arkansas
Razorbacks overpowered Wichita
State 52-14 yesterday.
Eichler completed 24 of 41 at-
tempts for 279 yards, including
touchdown tosses of 10 yards to
Pat Morrison and six yards to
Bobby Nichols.

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Forward Mike Sasich sparked
the Michigan soccermen to a 6-1
victory over Toledo yesterday with
three g o a 1 s - his second hat
trick of the season. For Sasich it
was his seventh, eighth and ninth
goals thus far, establishing him
firmly as leading team scorer,<and
for Michigan the fourth victory
of the season, opposed to two loss-
es and a tie
The Blue soccermen took com-
mand after two minutes of play
on a goal by Miguel Taube, and
remained in charge for the re-
mainder. The first half was mark-
ed by rather lackadaisical play on
Michigan's part, which settled
down to an easy going pace to
match that of Toledo.
A change in strategy and player
positions in the second half
brought new life to the sluggish
offense, as Michigan exploded for
three quick points. Sasich drove
in two, and Terry Lagre, recently
recovered from a knee injury, fol-
lowed with another.
Toledo also carne alive for a

Professional Standings

LAURA NYRO
NEW YORK
TENDABERRY
Reg. 4.29
Now 3.49

LAURA NYRO
ELI
Reg. 3.49
Now 3.09

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Eastern Conference
Century Division
W LI T Pct. Pts.
Cleveland 4 1 0 .800 144
New York 3 2 0 .600 76
St. Louis 2 3 0 .400 77
Pittsburgh 1 4 0 .200 95
Capitol Division
Dallas 5 0 0 1.000 156
Washington 3 1 1 .750 119
Philadelphia 1 3 0 .250 82
New Orleans 0 5 0 .000 81
Western Conference
Central Division
Minnesota 4 1 0 .800 152
Green Bay 3 2 0 .600 87
Detroit 3 2 0 .600 95
Chicago 0 5 0 .000 481
i Coastal Division
Los Angeles 5 0 0 1.000 141
Baltimore 2 2 0 .500 85
Atlanta 2 3 0 .400 83
San Francisco 0 4 1 .000 641
Today's Games
jDetroit at Minnesota

brief spurt, as Captain Lazlo Kol-
tay beat the Michigan defense for
his team's lone score.
Sasich launched the Michigan
footmen's drive in the fourth
quarter with a goal on a pass by
Ghebreiesus Yimesghen, who had
two assists, and Lagre contribut-
ed his second goal to complete the
scoring.

OP
119
98
115
133
58
95
141
140
55
77
72
109
86
103
81
103

New York
Houston
Buffalo
Miami
Boston
OaklIanld

Eastern Division
WV L T Pct. Pts. OP
4 2 0 .667 146 112
3 3 0 .500 107 98
2 4 0 .333 121 172
0 5 1 .000 92 127
0 6 0 .000 70159
Western Division
5 0 1 1.000 183 112

Atlanta at Green Bay
Los Angeles at Chicago
New Orleans at Philadelphia
San Francisco at Baltimore
St. Louis at Cleveland
Washington at Pittsburgh
* * * *
AMERICAN LEAGUE

SWEETWATER
keg. 3.49
Now 3.09

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RICHIE HAVENS
SOMETHING
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Reg. 3.49
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BEATLES
REVOLVER
Reg. 3.49
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Prices good tkru Nov. 2, 1969

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Starting October 27
DON'T FORGET OUR 7 & 11 P.M. NEWS

ansas City 5 1 0 .833
an Diego 4 2 0 .667
Cnver 4 2 0 .667
incnnati 3 3 0 .500
Today's Games
Buffalo at Miami
Cincinnati at Kansas City
Denver at Houston
New York at Boston
Oakland at San Diego

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141
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RICHIE HAVENS
1983
Reg. 6.98
Now 6.29

UNION-LEAGUE

SEN. GEORGE

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SGT. PEPPERS
keg. 4.29
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EITHER ALBUM
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