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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 9, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 9, 1969

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

Missouri

mauls

Sooners

By The Associated Press the drivers' seat in the conference It was his 16th regular season burn last week appeared gun-shy
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Missouri race. Missouri has only Iowa State game over 100 yards. and was far off target in his toss-
clamped Oklahoma's Steve Owens and Kansas left to play. Owens scored Oklahoma's only es.
in a tight defensive vice in the Representatives of five b o w 1 touchdown, giving him 51 in his Tailback Tommy Durrance took
early going, then rode the passing games viewed the proceedings, and career and tying the three-year up the slack with a devastating
of Terry McMillan to a record 44- several dozen oranges were thrown record set by Army's Glen Davis running spurt t h a t carried the
10 smashing of the Sooners before onto the field at game's end. in the 1940s. Gators from their 17 to the Geor-
61,000 fans and a regional tele- Owens, held to 42 yards on 12 McMillan was hero of the day, gia five in the final quarter. Rich-
vision audience Saturday. carries in the first half, finally: however, as he teamed with Mis- ard Franco then booted his second
The triumph gave Missouri a broke the 100-yard mark in the ; souri's stable of fleet receivers to field goal of the game and tied
4-1 Big Eight record, a 7-1 season waning minutes with 109 yards on embarass Oklahoma's porous pass the score with five and a half min-
mark and thrust the Tigers into 29 carries. defense by repeatedly connecting) utes left. Each te a m had one

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The life blood of
the political machines. Dpn't
let it start at the University of Michigan!
By not voting in the bookstore referendum you are per-
mitting a minority to impose a $175,000 cash obligation
on all students at the University of Michigan. Students,
rise up and vote on the 10th and 11th -vote NO
on the bookstore referendum.

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on long tosses.
McMillan hit 17 of 37 for 312
yards and 3 touchdowns.
His prime receiver was Mel
Gray, Big Eight sprint champion,
who caught six passes for 171
yards and two scores.
After rallying from a 10-0 de-
ficit, Missouri broke it open with
two touchdowns within seven sec-
onds in the third quarter.
McMillan capped a 70-yard
drive with an eight-yard pass
to John Henley and on the kick-
off the Tigers' Dan Borgard re-
covered a Sooner fumble in the
end zone to make it 37-10.

chance in the closing minutes but
couldn't score. Florida missed a
30-yard field goal attempt with 15
seconds to play.
Sore-armed Mike Cavan brought
Georgia to life in the second half
after two other quarterbacks fail-
ed, and overcame an early 10-0
Florida lead.
Cavan, a master at faking, sent
speedy hlfback Trav Paine burst-
ing over the middle of the line 46
yards to a touchdown that p u t
Georgia ahead late in the third
period. Cavan whipped the Bull-
dogs 55 yards to their first scoring
drive o n 1 y two minutes earlier

Fofletts, Ovedbcks, Slatrs~, Utdichs, Wah~rs

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with his passing. S t e v e Farns- |
Kansas St. bounced 'worth banged six yards for that
score.
STILLWATER, Okla. -- Okla- - * * *I
homaSt~te rare fro beindPITT managed to hold Notre I
homa State roared from behind Ghintecocks plucked yards on this first quarter play
with three touchdowns in the thirdss
quarter Saturday and went on to KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - The tal- after as the Fighting Irish wen
stun favored Kansas State, 28-19, ented toe of George Hunt and the up 67 yards in 10 carries in the ga
in one of the biggest surprises of passing of Bobby Scott gave Ten-
the Big Eight conference football nessee a hard-earned 29-14 foot- against winless Baylor Saturday'
season. ball victory over stubborn South and reserves ran the final score to
The O-State passing combina- Carolina. 56-14,
tion of quarterback Bob Cutburth Hunt, a sophomore from Clear- The second-ranked Longhorns
and flanker Hermann Eben rid- water, Fla., kicked three f i e 1 d set a n e w school record of 16
dled the Kansas State secondary, goals. The kicks covered 28, 37 and straight victories.
and stole the show from Heralded 20 yards respectively, and ran Their nation-leading ground at-
Wildat 2 yads rspetivey, nd rn ?tack crunched for 338 yards, sent
Wildcat quarterback Lynn Dickey. Hunt's total for the season to eight Bayk don to its yvtdefeat
Cutburth and Eben teamed on of nine attempts. Baylor down to its seventh defeat,
a school record, 85 yard scoring and kept Texas tied with Arkan-
play late in the third period to put Scott completed three touch- sas for the Southwest Conference
the Cowboys ahead 14-13. B u b I down passes, two of them coming lead.
t in a wild fourth quarter w h e n
d ni~r}r n r li~r Thirty Tpy - nil r nniri

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referendum 2
Shall the student body have the authority
to determine when new student fees shall
be added to tuition for construction of
University facilities?
Under this plan when the athletic department
of the University wants to add $15 in new
fees to tuition, they will have to ask the stu-
dents first.
Under this plan when the students vote to be
assessed to establish a student bookstore, it
will be done.
Vote YES! It's ,time students had a say about
how they are taxed.

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-Associated Press
Dame fullback Bill Barz to three
y, but had their troubles there-
nt on to win, 49-7. Barz picked
ame at Pittsburgh.
second half Saturday and guided
the fourth-ranked Razorbacks to
a 30-6 Southwest Conference foot-
ball victory over the stubborn Rice
Owls.
With the\ highly favored Pork-
ers leading only 10-6 at halftime,
Montgomery took his t e a m to
touchdowns on its first two pos-
sessions in the third quarter to
put the game out of reach of the
Owls.
Montgomery hit John Rees with
a 14-yard pass for the first sec-
ond-half score and Bill Burnee,
workhorse Porker tailback, raced
23 yards for the other score as the
unbeaten Razorbacks r a n their
winning streak to 13 games in-
cluding seven this season.
Burnett also chipped in a one-
yard touchdown run and Bill Mc-
Clard added a 43-yard field goal,
No. 2 Arkansas quarterback
John Eichler scored f r o m two
yards out to round out the Arkan-
sas scoring.
Rice's scoring came on a first-
half field goals by Tim Davis, a
33-yarder and a 24-yard effort.

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-Associated Press
NEBRASKA QUARTERBACK Van Brownson c'an't find a re-
ceiver and is forced to eat the ball as two Iowa State linemen
move in for the kill. Later on Brownson was replaced by Jerry
Tagge who moved the Cornhuskers to a 17-3 victory and into a
first-place tie for the Big Eight lead with Missouri at 4-1.

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minutes earlier had put the Cow- Tennessee scored 16 of its points
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had trailed 13-0. game into a comfortable victory.
With two seconds left in the South Carolina, now 5-3 for the
third quarter, Cutburth found season, gave the Vols homecoming
Eben with a 37 yard touchdown crowd a scare by forging ahead in
pass and a 21-13 Oklahoma State the second period 7-3 on a one-.
lead. yard touchdown plunge by 'full-
With 7:27 left in the game, it back Warren Muir.
was Cutburth-to-Eben again, this The Gamecocks battled third-
time for 12 yards and a touch- ranked Tennessee on even terms!
down. The Cowboys led 28-13, and for 55 minutes of the hard-fought'
Kansas State's bid for a comeback contest and trimmed the Vols lead
never really got off the ground. to 16-14 with 5:40 1 e f t in the
* *game.
Randy Yoakum, subbing for in-:
Jured quarterback Tommy Suggs,
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Pass- threw a 20-yard touchdown strike
shy Florida used breaks a n d a to halfback Randy Holloman, and{
ground attack Saturday to earn Bill Dupree made good his second
a hard-fought 13-13 tie with Geor- extra point as the Vols' lead was!
gia that killed both teams' chanc- cut to two points.
es for the Southeastern Confer- But Scott, who earlier had con-
ence championship but left bowl nected on a 20-y a r d go-ahead
hopes glimmering. touchdown pass to Don McLeary
Florida's John Reaves, who led in the second quarter, came right
the nation in total offence despite back and hit Gary Kreis with al
his nine interceptions against Au- 40-yard toss to put the contest outI
- -- of the Gamecock's reach.
* *
Longhorns romp
AUSTIN, Tex. - Virus-weaken-
ed Texas blasted across five touch-
downs in the first 212 minutes
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yi exas players, including
14 starters, were stricken with the
virus Friday, However, all but two
saw action against t h e anemic
Bears.
Texas drove 80, 51, 14, 80 and
65 yards to put the game out of
reach at 35-0 with 8:38 to play in
the second quarter. T h e Long-
horns used 49 players in the first
half to gain 244 y a r d s on the
ground to 18 for the Bears.
Razorbacks shap
HOUSTON - Quarterback Bill'
Montgomery cranked up a sput-
tering Arkansas offense in t h e

Professional Standings

NFL
Western Division
Central Division
W L T Pct.
Minnesota 6 1 0 .857
Green Bay 5 2 0 .714
Detroit 4 3 0 .571
Chicago 0 7 0 .00
Coastal Division
Los Angeles 7 0 0 1.000
Baltimore 4 3 0 .571
Atlanta 2 5 0 .286
San Francisco 1 5 1 .167
Eastern Division
Century Division
W L T Pct.
Cleveland 5 1 1 .833
New York 3 4 0 .429
St. Louis 2 4 1 .333
Pittsburgh 1 6 0 .143
Capitol Division
Dallas 6 1 0 .857
Washington 4 2 1 .667
Philadelphia 3 4 0 .429
New Orleans 1 6 0 .143
Today's Games
Atlanta at Detroit
New Orleans at Dallas

PF
207
153
131
69
188
171
99
102
PF
207
99
140
136
191
150
138
142

PA
79
121
110
149
99
164
147
150
PA
150
146
187
185
103
143j
195

New York at St. Louis
Philadelphia at Washington
San Francisco at Los Angeles
Green Bay at Baltimore
Cleveland at Minnesota
Pittsburgh at Chicago
AFL
Eastern Division

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,
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JUMBO

W
New York 6
Houston 4
Buffalo 2
Miami 1
Boston 1
Westernl
W
Kansas City 7
Oakland 6
Cincinnati 4
Denver 4
San Diego 4
Today's
Miami at Boston

L T Pet.
2 0 .750
4 0 .500
6 0 .250
6 1 .143
7 0 .125
Division
L T Pet.
1 0 .875
1 1 .857
4 0 .500
4 0 .500
4 0 .500
Games

PF
206
125
134
147
111
PF
215
214
182
175
130

PA
160
143
225
167
186
PA
85
155
191
164
163

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