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Page Ten


Sunday, November 23, 1969

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top Bruins
LOS ANGELES ("}) - Southern
California's unbeaten T r o j a n s
swept 68 yards and scored with
11:32remaining to overhaul the
previously u n d e f e a t e d UCLA
Bruins 14-12 yesterday, and head
for the Rose Bowl for an unpre-
cedented fourth straight time.
Quarterback Jimmy Jones, who
had spent a miserable afternoon
passing, connected with a 32-yard
bomb to Sam Dickerson in the far
corner of the end zone to end it
all. It gave the Trojans the Pa-
cific-8 Conference championship
and the game with the Big Ten's
Michigan on New Year's Day.
A sellout crowd of 90,814 gather-
ed in Memorial Coliseum, plus a
national te1evision audience,
watched as UCLA came from be-
hind to score with 3:07 left.
Quarterback D e n n i s Dummit
lpassed the Bruins 80 yards in
seven plays, including a 57-yard
bomb to Brad Lyman. That put
the Bruins on the enemy 10 and,
two plays later, Dummit found
Gwen Cooper for seven yards and
a touchdown strike.
'There were three minutes left
when Southern Cal, reeling on
the ropes, began a drive upfield
* from its own 32. Jones, who had
completed only one pass in his
Sfirst 10 attempts - and that for
only one yard - finally found the

By The Associated Press
got Purdue's offense moving with
a 71-yard touchdown pass to Stan
Brown late in the first period yes-
terday and added three more
touchdowns tosses as the Boiler-
makers beat Indiana 44-21 to take

they piled up a 26-0 lead before
Northwestern finally scored in the
closing minutes of the half.
Illini smashed
CHAMPAIGN-Larry Lawrence
hurled two touchdown passes and

Purdue clinches third
in Big Ten standings

third place in the Big Ten. scored himself on a 24-yard run
Indiana led 14-0 when Phipps as Iowa smashed winless Illinois
hit Brown for 6 points in his first 40-0 yesterday to end the Illini's
completion of the day. The senior worst football season in history.
quarterback went on to break Illinois the poineering Big Ten
several single-season conference llnitepnergBgTn
records inghseinal gamencd- university which began football in
records in his final game, includ- 1890, lost, all 10 of its games and
ing most touchdown passes 13, 'now has won only once in the last
most yards passing and total of- two years under coach Jim Valek.
fense.T 1 a.
The Boilermakers, whose slim The 1961 Ilini also were winless,
hopes for a Rose Bowl bid died but played a nine-game schedule.

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UCLA's George Farmer corrals a touchdown pass
Bowl-bound Irish trim Falcons

with Michigan's upset of Ohio
State, finished with a 5-2 confer-:
ence mark and were 8-2 for the
season. Indiana, losing its third
straight game, ended up 3-4 in the
conference and 4-6 over-all after
dropping the Old Oaken Bucket

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Biadgers crushed

By The Associated Press


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range. Bowl-bound Notre Dame g
Both teams were 8-0-1 over-all second-half shakes and wa
going into the game but UCLA pressed to defeat scrappy Ai
had a conference tie with Stan- 13 to 6 yesterday giving the
ford and the Trojans a deadlock ranked Fighting Irish a
with Notre Dame. A tie in thisak 8-1-1 football record.
game would have sent Southern 'The Irish,aa 21-point f,
I Cal to the Rose Bowl. scored the game's only tout
on Denny Allan's 39-yard ru
the game less than two n
old and then struggled to p
a 13-3 halftime lead bui
Scott's Hempel' two field g
Despite a dual between t
passers, Notre Dame's Joe
mann and Air Force's Gar
ter all the other scoring c
w field goals also including a
three-pointers by Falcon
The Irish, playing withot
injured starters, coughedi
ball twice in the thirdc
on fumbled punts and bobble
a pass which led to Leuth
37-yard field goal, trimmin
Daime's lead to 13-6 early
fourth quarter.
Notre Dame, now head

rushed for a record 216 yards and
haltOwe s, 00ne s IErnie Cook punched in three
touchdowns yesterday as the Min-
a Cotton Bowl showdown against McMillan teamed with Mel Gray nesota Gophers pounded the Wis-
Cotton No. 2 Texas or No. 3 Arkansas, and Jon Staggers to finish his consin Badgers 35-10 and finished
got the thus completed a sweep this sea- regular season collegiate career the 1969 football season with four,
s hard son against all three military in a brilliant display. straight victories.
Cook butted his way into the
r Force* * Missouri rolled to its highest
eighth Owens stoppel point total since a 69-0 victory in the second period as the Go-
closing; over Drury in 1913 and also piledintescdPridathGo
NORMAN, Okla. - Nebraskau e most in s nd the 78- phers ended with 4-5-1 season and'
avorite, held Oklahoma's heralded Steve game series with Kansas. It was 4-3 Big Ten records.
chdown Owens to 71 yards rushing yester- the biggest margin of victory by
an with I day, mauled the Sooners 44-14, and either side in the series and the MSU finally wins
ninutes earned a tie with Missouri for the most points ever scored against EVANSTON-Brad McLee and
reserve Big Eight Conference football Kansas. Jay Breslin returned pass inter-
ild onl title.Th90pitscrdbtetw
s. The Cornhuskers, headed for The 90 points scored by the two ceptions for a pair of first-quarter
o fine the Sun Bowl against Georgia, teams was the most in Big Eight touchdowns yesterday to fire over
Theis- wound up their regular season history for one game. Michigan State to a 39-7 victory
Theis- overuNorthwesterneglan aeBignTen
y Bax- with an 8-2 overall record and a over Northwestern in a Big Ten
acme on 6-1 league mark. Dartmouth ruined football finale.
pair of The Cornhuskers' league-leading McLee intercepted a Maurice
Dennis defense 1 i in i t e d Oklahoma's PRINCETON, N.J. - Princeton Daigneau pass midway in the
league-leading rushing attack to ruined Dartmouth's unbeaten sea- first quarter and raced back 39
121yars. n te eanime Ne ?son with three first-half touch- yards for a touchdown and mlin-
ut four 121 yards. In the meantime, Ne- downs and locked the Ivy League utes later Breslin picked off an-
up the brska's surprising ground game football race in a three-way tie other Daigneau pass and returned
quarter accounted for 314 yards, 127 of fith Yale by cruising to an easy 44 yards for another Spartan
td awayKney 35-7 victory yesterday over the score.
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The Michigan Rugby Gold team,
inspired by the spirit of the day,
soundly defeated their Ohio State
counterparts yesterday with a 28-
0 shutout.
The Gold ruggers completely
dominated play, as Ross Dickers
sparked the drive with a 13 point
kicking and scoring spree. Inside
center Tom Webster and fulback
Wally Carrara contributed to the
effort with two tries apiece.
Events did not fare nearly as
well for the Blues, however, who
dropped their match to the Buck-
eyes, 10-6. Michigan coach John
Robson described the loss as "one
of our sloppiest games."
The Blues' play w a s marked
with mistakes and missed oppor-
tunities until the last ten minutes,
when the team finally got into
form. Terry Larrimer and B u d
I Anton delivered a pair of tries, but
the Blues were unable to make the
conversions, which w e r e angled
far to the side. In contrast, the
Buckeyes scored their winning
points on two easy conversions af-
ter the tries.
Robson viewed yesterday's Blue
game in the light of several past
games. "Lately we've been playing
a bit loose in the beginning and
have had to catch up in the final
moments. Yesterday was no ex-
ception. We started moving, but
time ran out on us."

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Coupled with Yale's 7-0 triumph
Missouri romps over Harvard, the ivy season
LAWRENCE, Kan.-Terry Mc- wound up with Dartmouth, Prince-
Millan drilled four touchdown ton and Yale at 6-1 in a finish
passes and scored twice himself reminiscent of the 1966 triple tie
yesterday, pacing Missouri's awe- among Dartmouth, Princeton,
some offense to a record-cracking Harvard.
69-21 victory over injury-weaken- Over-all Dartmouth ended 8-11
ed Kansas. . and Princeton 6-3.
The triumph gave the Tigers Hank Bjorklund, a sophomore
a tie for the Big Eight football halfback whose father graduated
championship and sent them to from Dartmouth, led Princeton
the Orange Bowl with a 9-1 sea- with three touchdowns on runs
son record.' of four, five and five yards as the
Missouri will meet Penn State fired-up Tigers completely out-
New Year's night in Miami. played the Indians.

The Spartans, scoring only thiu
second Big Ten triumph and
boosting their record to 4-6 for
the season, turned still another'
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Stadium balcony collapses;
English rugby fans riot
By The Associated Press
* CHICAGO-Thirteen spectators were injured Friday night when
the top railing of the second balcony of Chicago Stadium collapsed
under pressure of standing-room customers straining to see a fight
on the ice during the Chicago Black Hawks-Boston Bruins National
Hockey League game.
None was injured seriously. They were released after treatment
at two hospitals.
About 60 persdns were affected as the three-inch steel railings
of five rows in one seat section gave way. The tumbling collapse did
not reach the first two rows.
** *
* TWICKENHAN, England - Hundreds of anti-apartheid dem-
onstrators invaded the field during yesterday's Rugby Union game be-
tween the South African and the London county team at Twickenham
and fought pitched battles with police.
The match was temporarily stopped and it looked at one stage
as if the game might have to be called off. South Africa went on to
defeat London 22-6.
Some 500 police were on guard around the stadium and inside,
number of protesters were arrested.
* OTTAWA - City police have sworn out charges against de-
fenseman Ted Green of the Boston Bruins and rookie Wayne Maki of
St. Louis for assault causing bodily harm, it was revealed yesterday.
The charges arise out of a stick duel during an exhibition hockey
game here Sept. 21 between the Blues and the Bruins.
Green's skull was fractured. He was in a hospital for several
weeks, and his hockey future is uncertain.
The charges were sworn out Friday before Justice of the Peace
D. J. McLoughney. Then summonses were mailed to the hockey play-
ers. Del Dupuis, Ottawa-Carleton Provincial court clerk, confirmed
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