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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN! DAILY

Sunday, November 2, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 2, 1969

A vesome Texas routs SMU;
Tigers ravage Gators, 36-12

USC edges California
on last minute touchdown

y Th( Associated Press
DALLAS, T-.. - Second ranked
Texas unleased its awesome triple
option on Southern Methodist out-.
manned forwards yesterday in a
46-14 Southwest Conference rout
with Jim Berteison scoring four
t ouchdowns and four Longhorn'
backs each piling up more than
100 yaids tushing.
T'he Longhorn Wishbone TI
backfield of quarterback James
Street, sophomore Berteison, Ted
Key, and Steve Worster, rolled
506 yards on the ground. Street
got 121 yards. Key 111 yards andl
both Berteison and Worster
gouged out 137 yards.
Berteison romped for touch-
down on runs of 20, 26, 30 and 13
yards as 'exas blasted the Mus-
angs for three touchdowns with-
in a period of four minutes in the
third quarter.
Texas compiled 611 yards rush-
ing, a SWC record, on the ground
in amassing 34 first downs in the
offense onslaught of the out
muscled Mustangs.
_4 it1m rn swanips Florida
nUBURN, Ala.-Pat Sullivan's
passing and a fearsome defense
that pulled off nine pass inter-
ceptions gave Auburn a 28-12 foot-
ball victory over Florida yesterday
and sent the seventh ranked Gat-

ors home with their first loss of
the season.
Sullivan tossed one touchdown
pass and scored twice himself on
short runs and John Riley kicked
two field goals to run up a 26-0
halftime lead, impossible for the
Gators to overcome despite a
strong second half comeback.
Auburn picked off nine Florida
passes-an SEC record.

Razorbacks top Aggies
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Quar-
terback Bill Montgomery, sharper
than ever aftera two week layoff,
guided Arkansas to touchdowns on
five of its first seven possessions as
the fourth ranked Razorbacks
whipped Texas A&M 39-13 yes-
terday.
Montgomery, who had not play-

ed since an Oct. 11 victory over
For the first 3 minutes of the Baylor, fired two touchdowns pass-
game, the Auburn defenders tied es and tailback Bill Burnett added
up Florida's passing wizard John two touchdowns as the Razorbacks
Reaves, whose 1745 yards before jumped off to a 26-7 halftime lead
the kickoff was the best in the en route to their sixth victory of
Southeastern Conference. the season against no defeats.
S * * * * 4

LSU slips, 26-23
JACKSON, Miss. - Mississippi
turned a third quarter Louisiana
State fumble into a touchdown
and threw up a stout fourth per-
iod defense to defeat eighth
ranked Louisiana State 26-23 here
yesterday, breaking the Tigers
string of six victories and snuf-
fing out their Southeastern Con-
ference title hopes.
For the Rebels it was quarter-j
back Archie Manning on offense-
he completed 23 of 36 passes for
210 yards-and on defense safety
Glenn Cannon who repeatedly
broke up LSU passes when the
Tigers were fighting to come from
behind in the fading minutes.

Georgia Tech romps
ATLANTA, Ga.-Georgia Tech's
Yellow Jackets stopped three Duke
scoring attempts inside their own
five yard line in the first half and
came up with a key fourth quar-
ter pass interception to beat the
Blue Devils 20-7 in a homecoming
football game yesterday.
Duke lost two fumbles inside
the Tech five, but finally scored
in the fourth period when quarter-
back Leo Hart scored from the
one. Dave Pugh kicked the extra
point.
But the Yellow Jackets roared
back with a quick touchdown set
up by a 53-yard run by second
string halfback Kenny Bounds.
Quarterback Jack Williams scored

By The Associated Press the nation's longest major college
BERKELEY, Calif. - Clarence unbeaten string.
Davis plunged in from the o n e Penn State, the nation's fifth
yard line with 57 seconds left to ranked team appeared on t h e
play yesterday lifting Southern brink of being upset when it put
California to a 14-9 victory over together two long second h a 1 f
California, keeping the Trojans touchdown drives that blew the
unbeaten and in the race for the game open and extended its win-
Rose Bowl. ning streak to 18 straight and its
The Golden Bears built a 6-0 unbeaten string to 26.
lead in the third period on Randy The Nittany Lions trailed 17-
Wersching's second field goal, a 16 in the third period when they
29 yarder. His first, from the 27 came alive with an 11 play drive
yard line, came with three seconds climaxed by a 19 yard smash
to play in the first half. through the middle of the BC's
The sixth-ranked Trojans, who line for the go ahead touch-
ran their record to 6-0-1, were down.
held scoreless through the first * *
three periods by an inspired Cali-
fornia defense. Irish blast Middies
But in the fourth quarter Cali- SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Notre!
fornia safety Bernie Keeles fumb- Dame ran up a total of 286 yards
led a fair catch at the Southern in five scoring drives for a 33-0
Cal 33 and Sid Smith fell on it halftime lead, substituted every-
for the Trojans. USC kept the body in the second half and con-
ball on the ground and moved 67 tinued the avalanche to crush
yards in 11 plays with Mike Berry Navy 47-0 yesterday.
scoring from the four. Ron Ayala's It was the second worst drub-
conversion gave the Trojans a 7-6 bing Navy ever absorbed in it s'
lead with 12:13 remaining in the
game.
Nittany Lions growl
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -
Penn State rallied behind t h e
power running of sophomore full-
back Franco Harris to beat four
touchdown underdog Boston Col-
lege 38-16 yesterday and preserve

football history, a 54-0 blasting by
Michigan in 1925 being the re-
cord. The victory left the 10th-
ranked Irish 5-1-1 for the sea-
son and dropped the Middies to
1-6.
* * *
Ci:orn huskers win
LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska's
Dana Stephenson intercepted a
pair of Colorado passes yesterday
and the opportunist Cornhuskers
turned them into touchdowns in
a 20-7 Big Eight football victory
over the Buffaloes.
Nebraska took command with
35 seconds remaining of the first
half on Jeff Kinney's 40-yard
touchdown run. It capped a 61
yard assault made possible by
Stephenson's interception of a
Jim Bratton pass on Nebraska's
39.
The tally, atop a 40 yard field
goal earlier by Paul Rogers, sent
the Cornhuskers into the dress-
ing room ahead 10-7 at the inter-
mission.

-Associated Press
ARKANSAS FULLBACK Bruce Maxwell (34) goes up the middle
on a draw play after taking a handbff from quarterback Bill
Montgomery in the second period of yesterday's game against
Texas A&M. The Razorbacks won, 39-15.

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ATHENS, Ga.-Sophomore full-
back Curt Watson ripped Georgia's
I defenseapart yesterday as he led
unbeaten Tennessee, the nation's
number three power, to a 17-3
Southeast Conference football vic-
tory over the Bulldogs.
Watson, who gained 197 yards
on 27 carries, scored once on a
three yard burst when the Vols
exploded for two quick touchdowns
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By JOEL GREER the day but he valiantly sprung,
In a muddy bloodbath at Ferry to his feet and continued.
Field yesterday, the Michigan Also contributing to the blood-
SRugby team won an impressive Ibath were Chicago's Bill Dawson
8-3 decision over the national and Michigan's "Number 8" Chris
champion Chicago Lions. The vic- Jermyn. Both were feared to have
tory provided the ruggers with broken noses.
their first win ever over the "U.S. The only try in the half was
representative" team. scored by second row man Bob
The "Rugby Rose Bowl" feat- Jagunich and converted by scrum
ured numerous injuries but only half Child giving Michigan a 5-0
one of them forced a player to edse at intermission.
leave the game. In rugby there are Chicago's unconverted try in the
no substitutions and no replace- second stanza cut the Michigan'
ments for injuries. margin to 5-3. Immediately fol-

RUGBY ROSE BOWL
Michigan wallops Chicago, 8-3

Just prior to half-time, Lion
outside center Bill Thornton hob-
bled off the field and collapsed'
with a broken collarbone and Chi-
cago was forced to complete the
game short-handed.
Also in the first period Michi-
gan scrum half Cleland Child re-
ceived a bloodied nose by an er-
rant Chicago forearm. Lying in
i the mud Child was feared lost for

lowing, Michigan advanced the ball
to the Lion one-yard line only toI
see the grueling drive ended by a
set scrum won by Chicago.
The ball exchanged hands three
more times before Michigan's in-
side center Tom Webster picked
up a loose ball and raced 25 yards
for the score. Child's attempt at
the conversion was low and Michi-
gan led 8-3.
Chicago player-coach Dave
Laidley talked about the defeat.
"We had a lot of fun out there
and we controlled the ball most of
the time. Key mistakes at the!
wrong times prevented us from
winning."
Michigan President H a r v e y
Schiller was elated over the upset.
He said it was like "winning the
Rose Bowl." Schiller also explained
the significance of the victory,

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pleted a tour of England and
whenever a British team comes
over here the Chicago team acts
as the U.S. representative."
In the "B" game Michigan Gold
completed the sweep with a stun-
ning come-from-behind 8-6 victory
over the Chicago "B" squad.
Soccermen
beat Toledo
The Michigan Soccer C Iu b
edged out a 2-1 victory yesterday
over Toledo in what might be
called the "little mudbowl" as
both teams sloshed about in the
drizzle and muck of Wines Field.
The Blue footmen started t h e
first half slowly but gradually
built up the intensity of their at-
tack, keeping play in Rocket ter-
ritory throughout the second quar-
ter. In the height of the pressure
Michigan forward Carl Parris
slipped one past the Toledo goalie
on a low shot from right center.
The first half ended with Mich-
igan leading 1-0, similar to last
week's game in which the Wol-
verines routed Toledo, 6-1.
When' the second half began,
Michigan immediately mounted
another drive that netted their
second tally. Forward Mike Sa-
sich took advantage of a melee in
front of the Toledo goal to beat
the goalie with a sharp boot into
the right side of the goal.
But then the fire feeding t h e
Michigan campaign semed to
1 flicker out while Toledo caught
the sparks and started burning
a fire of their own.
Unlike last week, when the
Michigan footmen continue to'
master the affair and added four
more points, Toledo scored on a
shot by Tommy Parrin, and gave
the Michigan defense a rigorous
workout for most of the remainder
of the match. In the final min-
i utes the Blue soccermen regained
possession, but the scoring had
already been concluded.

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NFL
Eastern Conference
Century Division
w L T Pct.
Cleveland 4 1 1 .800
New York 3 2 0 .600
St. Louis 2 3 1 .400
Pittsburgh 1 5 0 .167
Capitol Division
Dallas 5 0 0 1.000
Washington 4 1 1 .800
Philadelphia 2 4 0 .333
New Orleans 0 6 0 .000
Western Conference
Central Division
Minnesota 5 6 0 .833
Green Bay 4 2 0 .667
Detroit 3 3 0 .500
Chicago 0 6 0 .000
Coastal Division
Los Angeles 6 0 0 1.000
Baltimore 3 3 0 .500
Atlanta 2 4 0 .333
San Francisco 1 4 1 .200
Sunday's Games
Chicago at Minnesota
Dallas at Cleveland
Detroit at San Francisco
Green Bay at Pittsburgh
Los Angeles at Atlanta

156
133
115
91
176
115
105
55
150
130
93
88

58
102
175
153
65
87
96
118
93
147
108
124

Pts. OP
165 140
76 98
98 136
102 147

Oakland

Kansas City 6 1 0 .857
San Diego 4 3 0 .571
Denver 3 4 0 .429
Cincinnati 3 4 0 .429
Sunday's Games
Houston at Boston
Kansas City at Buffalo
Miami at New Yo&k
Oakland at Cincinnati
San Diego at Denver

New York
Houston
Buffalo
Miani
Ioston

New Orleans at St. Louis
Philadelphia at New York
Washington at Baltimore
AF L

Eastern Division
W L T Pet.
5 2 0 .714
4 3 0 .571
2 5 0 .286
1 5 1 .167
0 7 0 .000
Western Division
6 0 1 1.000

Pts. OP
172 129
125 119
127 196
116 133
87 186
197 124
186 78
130 150
162 164
151 174

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Detroit 5 2 1 i1 24 17
Montreal 3 2 4 10 29 24
New York 4 3 2 10 23 26
Toronto 3 3 1 7 19 15
Chicago 1 6 1 3 13 25
Western Division
Oakland 4 4 1 9 19 26
St. Louis 3 2 3 9 24 18
Minnesota ' 4 4 0 8 23 19
Philadelphia 1 1 5 7 13 16
Pittsburgh 1 4 3 5 16 20
Los Angeles 2 5 0 4 14 22

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