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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 16, 1969

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 1 6, 1969

fie lie As ociated Press
JACKSON, Miss. -- Mississippi
sruck for swift touchdowns be-
hind the passing wizardy of
Archie Manning yesterday and
the Rebels dealt previously un-
beaten Tennessee a shocking 38
to 0 football defeat.
The loss was a serious set-
back for Tennessee's drive toward
the national collegiate title and
was the Voluneers' first loss in
eight games. Tennessee lAd been
ranked third in the nation this
week, while Mississippi was far
down the line in the 18th spot.
The heralded Volunteer defense
not only could not stop Man-
nings passes but it failed to hold
Rebel runners Bo Bowen and
Randy Reed. Bower, a senior
from Jackson, rolled up 104 yards
in 19 trips while Reed, a sopho-
more from Mendenhall, Miss., ac-
counted for 85 in 22 carries.
Mississippi's defensive unit
stole the spotlight from the noted
Tennessee defense. Tennessee full-
back Curt Watson, top man in
rushing in the Southeastern Con-
ference, gained only 19 yards in
six trips in the first half and did
not carry the ball at all after the
intermission.

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NORMAN, Okla. - Steve Owens
ran for 201 yards and scored three
touchdowns yesterday, becoming
the all-time major college rush-
ing and scoring champion asj
Oklahoma walloped Kansas, 31-15,
in a Big Eight Conference foot-
ball game.
A crowd of 58,129 watched
f Owens break the old record of 51I
touchdowns held by Army's Glenn
Davis. Owens now has 54.
The 213 pound senior tailback
also bettered the career rushingj
record of 3,388 set by Mercury
Morris of West Texas S t a t e.
Owens has 3,535. It was his 17th
straight regular season game over
the 100-yard mark.
* * *
a tors chIomplJ
GAINESVILLE. Fla. - Soph-
omore quarterback John Reaves
continued his assault on South-
eastern Conference football re-
cords and shoved once-beaten
Florida into the forefront of bowl
contenders with a 31-6 victory
over Kentucky.
Reaves threw 42 passes and com-
pleted 26. Both performances gave
him SEC season records with a
game yet to play.
The strong-armed youngster
added running to his achievements
and boosted his all-time confer-
Sencetotal offense record to 2,520,
yards.
Flanker Carlos Alverez, another
of the exciting all-sophomore
Gator backfield, caught 10 tosses
and added a school record of 73
receptions for the year to an
array of other marks set earlier.
Texas tramp les TCU
AUSTIN, Tex. -- Second-ranked
Texas kept pace with number one
Ohio State yesterday by slaughter-
ing old-time rival TCU, 69-7 in a'
Southwest Conference game.
It was the most points Texas,

under the watchful eye of bowl
game representatives.
Hluskies ho)undedl
SEATTLE - Ron Ayala kicked a
31-yard field goal and Clarence
Davis scored an insurance touch-
down as Southern Cal overcame
an inspired defense to beat Wash-
ington 16-7 Saturday in a Pa-
cific-8 football game.
The winless Huskies had match-
ed the sixth-ranked Trojans on
the scoreboard for the first half
and outplayed them on the field
until third quarter mistakes de-
stroyed the Washington team.
Auburn aweesome
ATHENS, Ga. - Eleventh-
ranked Auburn, driving for a ma-
jor bowl bid, powered 16th rank-
ed Georgia 16-3 yesterday with a
ferocious defense and the running
of tailback Mickey Zofko.
Zofko ripped through a tough
Georgia defense for more t h a n
100 yards and scored one touch-
down as Auburn rolled to its sev-
enth victory of the year against
two defeats.
Only the outstanding punting
of Spike Jones and a .:ash of 15-
yard penalties against Auburn
kept it close. The Tigers w e r e
guilty of four roughing the kicker
infractions in the first half.
* * *
Huskers shuck 'Cats
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Muscu-
lar Nebraska blunted Lynn Dick-
ey's passing with a massive rush
for 58 minutes, then stood off a
breath-taking Kansas State rally
in the final two minutes to post
a 10-7 Big E i g h t victory and
shove itself into the bowl picture.
T h e triumph, achieved before
a KSU stadium record 41,000 fans,"
including some 10,000 red-coated
Nebraska followers, is expected to
make the Cornhuskers prime con-
tenders for a Gator Bowl berth.
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-Asociated Pres
:NN ST'ATE AK Charlie Pittman 124) dives into the endzone to score the first of his three first
per~iod ioueidowns. Leading the way for him were Don Abbey (36), Pete Johnson (40), and Tom
Jackson t . Penn State went on to win the game 48-0 as representatives of the Sugar, Orange and
(Cotten Bws viewed the romp .

Welsh riot ag aint iarteid;
Expansion sttes rum'1ored
By 'The Asociated Press
0 SWANSEA, Wales --_ Anti-apartheid demonstrators invaded
the field and fought with poliee outide the stadium yesterday as the
South African rugby union team de;eated Swansea 12-0.
The scenes were some of the most boisterous since the Springboks
began their controversial tour of Britain.
A thousand police grappled wit h an estimated 1,000 protesters who
shouted slogans and carried ba rs
0 BUFFALO, N.Y. eBualo and 'ancouver will be granted ex-

-Aociate Press
SOUTIIERN CAL'S ar ence Davis, attracts a ewv as he
tries to find a ho in the Washin iii eea . The luskies
coming to meet Davis are Ge y (a. i, C y e n r
MAalk Hannah (97) and Bob Lovijen (85
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n as ever .scored against an SWC "r e bezd
pansion franchises in the National Hockey League soon after the team, and the worst defeat for -yclones" be'ee
Dec. 1 deadline ipr filing applications, the Buffalo Courier-Express TCU in the conference. AMES, Iowa -- Quarterback
said yesterday. * Terry McMillan passed for three
Hockey writer Charles Barton quoted a "hiighly placed NHL Penn State pounds touchdowns and scored two him-
source," as saying the Buffao group headed by millionaire sportsmen self as Missouri crushed Iowa
Northrup and Seymour Ii. Knox III "has met every condition laid UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - State 40-13.
down by the leafu,"including the promise of a $6 million admission Halfback Charlie Pittman scored McMillan, who has led the
te bthree times and tackle Mike Reid Tigers' strong offense all season,
*p . danced across the goal line for his could do no better than second
first college touchdown as fifth- string quarterback in his prep days
ranked Penn State rambled over at Coral Gables High School in
0 CINCINNATI -sRoger Brown, a star player of the Indiana hapless Maryland 48-0 Saturday!Miami, Fla.
Pacers of the American Basketball Association, filed a $1.5 million_-
damage suit in U.S District Couz't lire Friday, charging the National
'asketball Association has boycoted him ifrom playing in that league. MICHIGA
Brown, who form rly played at Dayton University, said he was
barred from the NBA because of a gambling scandal. He charged that
(ther piayers, involvdi iniiar cases, have been allowed by the
BA.

After a heated controversy in
South Bend yesterday the Michi-
gan Notre De" rugby match was
abandoned by officials. The deci-
sion was made after a confronta-
tion occurred between both teams
and the officials. The match will
be considered no contest. 'This wt.
the first time this s,-aon Ihat
tempers had interfered with the
playing of a match.
In the second game the Michi-
gan Goc's were deteted by the
Ii ish "B" squad. The score vas
not known at ?ress thme-
Thus far in the s-' on i h u" -
gers have played w e l with a 6-1-2
record to muk their efforts. The
only defeat was suffered at the
hands of Michiran State early in

the sase. 'Io of th: wins were
over hily ma e opponents, Chi-
cargo n ' o o.
There has been iuch talk about
the ability of the Michigan Blues.
They have been called "national
champions" by some sources and
have shown this n their' victory
over th ,"U.S. iepiesctative"
Chicago Lions. They also displayed
national caliber in their defeat
of Toronto.
'T a'v 'Ak :hw ;Iich'i 'n Blues
t t ' hitni tO rtCe Ohio State
on Sat urd y. T1 e followina week
,h e't"', 'sw ' av'4 to Wash-
L : : DC ti:e the Washing-
to,. ; v? n, in their final match of
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* See 12 home games fea-
turing Coach John Orr's
rgo-go'' Wolverines.
* Action-packed Double-
headers as the Michigan-
Freshmen -rated one of
the best freshman teamsn
in the nation -- play be-
fore 8 varsity games,
against other collegiate
frosh teams.g
* Save on season tickets!y
Faculty and staff season
tickets only $12.00. Stu-'
dent season tickets only.
$6.00.z >
o Individual Tickets f o r
general public and staff
are $2.50. Student indi-
vidual tickets are $1.00.?
* Faculty and staff tickets
now on sale at the Michi-
gan Ticket Department,
State and Hoover, open
weekdays 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., Saturdays, 84
a.m. to noon.
* Student season tickets go
on sale Monday, Nov. 17.
Check priority group time
schedules below. capt. Rudy Tomjanovich

By ROD ROBERTS
Indiana captured the Midwest
Collegiate Water Polo Champion-
ship as they sunk Loyola 18-15
yesterday afternoon at Matt Mann3
Pool. Olympic swimmer Gary Hall
scored 8 of his 13 tourney goals
against the Ramblers, as the
Hoosiers took their second straight
Midwest title. Bill Burrell, also of
Indiana, was high scorer for all
games with 29 goals. In f o u r
games, the Hoosier scoring ma-
chine racked up 98 goals, while

Freshman Steve McCarthy and
Fred Nimke led the attack with
four and three goals respectively.
In their morning semi-final
games, Loyola drowned Ohio State
18-12, while Indiana stopped the
Wolverines 14-4. Although t h e y
held the Hoosier offense to just
four goals in the first half, the
Wolverines could manage but one
goal themselves. Indiana's aggres-
sive play and Wolverine mistakes
made the difference in the second
half as the tournament champions

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the defense allowed but 37. pulled away to a comfortable vie-
In the consolation final, Michi-;tory.
gan took third place by downing Michigan polo Coach John Pho-
Ohio State 10-5. At first the Wol- ney had nothing but praise for his
verines had a hard time getting players. "We've showed tremen-
the ball past the Buckeye goalie dous improvement over the course
and were at a 3-1 disadvantage at of the season. We've only b e e n
the end of the first half. Michi- practicing hard for the past two
gan's offense got back on the track weeks, but our play in the tourn-
with nine goals in the second half, ament was consistent. All of the
while the defense held OSU to players played well, but if I had
just two scores. to pick out the best ones, it would
have to be Steve McCarthy, Rory
Moore, and Jim Pidgon."
McCarthy was high scorer in
I N T E R E S T E D the tourney for Michigan with ten
goals, while Moore scored f i v e
I N A N goals in addition to being Michi-
gan's best defenseman.
O V E R S E A S Goalie Pidgon allowed b u t 37
goals, as the Wolverine defense
C A R E E R? was as stingy as champion In-
diana's.

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at MIatt Mlann Pool yt slerday.

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