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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY. SEPTEMRFR. 14_ 19lff-M

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(Continued from Page 1)
Michigan 15. Two plays later it
was 21-16.'
Michigan was dawn early in
the second half. Momentum had
evaporated in the oppressive heat.
"Go Heels Go" was all that could
be heard in the stands.
But the defense, a crazy quilt
put together to combat heat attri-
tion, held on.
Finally a relatively fresh Dick
Vidmer took over from a seem-
ingly weary Wally Gabler and re-
activated the 'M' offense. He
moved the team close enough for
a 33-yard Sygar field goal.
Early in the fourth quarter Dick
Wells took a punt on his own 22
and followed superb blocking for
51 yards.
Vidmer again moved the team
and bagged the deciding touch-
down on the eighth play in the
The Sports Car Club of Ann
Arbor will hold a gymkhana on
Sunday, September 19, at noon
on the Arborland parking lot.
Anyone is invited to participate
in the event.
31-yard drive. The score came on
a carom shot worth of Willie
Hoppe. Vidmer aimed for end
Steve Smith. The ball bopped off
Smith's hands and fell right into
Jack Clancy's ready grasp. A per-
fest kiss shot. Sygar added the
extra point to make it 31-16.
Second-string quarterback Jeff
Beaver moved the Heels 40 yards
for a TD late in the last period
to make it 31-24.
Michigan iced the ball for the
last 1:38.
Big Rush
Statistically the game was a
contest of Michigan rushing ver-
sus North Carolina passing. The
Wolverines thumping running net-
ted a whopping 255 yards with
Detwiler's 50 in 11 carries tops.
Sygar had 48, Ward 46, and Gab-
ler 44. Michigan's passing was

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Georgia Upsets 73ama,.18-1

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Cornhuskers Romp Over TCU

limited with the
duo completing 6
yards. Split end

Vidmer-Gabler
of 12 for 74
Jack Clancy

snared four.
But if you like a passing game,
you saw one from the Heels.
Danny Talbott and Jeff Beaver
threw 41, completing 24 for 199
yards. They never unleashed any-
thing longer than 15 yards. They
capitalized on the inexperience of
Michigan's defensive ends and
some slightly fatigued linebackers.
North Carolina has never been
known as a pessing team, but as
coach Jim Hickey said after the
game, "You get down 21-0 what
the hell are you gonna do, try a
quarterback neak?"
Carolina didn't sneak. They
kept pluggin and apparently
were oblivious to th3 heat.

The consensus among Wolver-
ine players and coaches after the
game was that Mchigan would
have routed Carolina if the game
had besn played up North. Most
predict that Ohio State will de-
molish te Tar Heels in Colum-
bus next week.
Despito the unbearable temper..
ature Michigan dominated the
game if not the score. Only in
the third quarter was it a contest.
And were it not for so many
slippery Michigan fingers the
game would have been a slaught-
er, heat and all.
Coach Bump Elliott and the en-
tire team were quite happy and
relieved asrthey left Chapel Hill
in an air conditioned plane.
They'd survived a fired up team
and a more fired up sun.e

UNC
First Downs 16
Rushing 6
Passing 1
Net Yds. Gained Rush. 91
No. Attempts Rushing 35
Yds. Gained Rushing 108
Net Yds. Gained Pass. 199
No. Passes Attempted 41
No. Passes Had Int. 1
Total Offense Yardage 290
No. Opp. Passes Int. 1
Punting Avg., Yards 42.7
No. Times Punted 8
Total Yards Penalized 71
No. Times Penalized 7
No. Own Fumbles Lost I
No. Times Fumbled 3

MICH.
14
4
255
273
12
1
329
1
39.5
4
30
6
5

Gabler
Fisher
Vidmer
Sygar
Sharpe
Ratigan

8
9
5
I
s

55
21
15
48
10
21

11
0
0
0
0
0

44
21
15
48
10
21

PASSING

Talbot
Beaver
Vidmer
Gabler

UNC
Att. Comp. Int. Yds.
31 16 1 112
10 8 0 87
Michigan
Att. Comps. Int. Yds.
9 4 1 39
3 2 - 35
PASS RECEIVING
UNC
No. Yds. TD
4 29 -

Chapman
Lampman
Riggs
Tabot
Beaver
Fonvielle
Barden
Detwiler
Ward

RUSHING
UNC
Att. Gain
9 37
6 18
3 7
10 31
3 6
2 5
2 4
Michigan
Att. Gain
11 51
11 52

Loss
3
0
2
12
0
0
0

Net
34
18
5
19
6
5
4

Chapman
Carr
Atherton
Byrd
Harrington
Higgs
Lampman
Clancy
Wilhite

,5
5
3
3
X
3
1.
Michigan
No.
4
2

47
37
36
21
13
18
-z
Yds.
58
16

1
1

Hump

Loss Net
1 50
6 46

TD
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By The Associated Press
ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia scored
on a 73-yard pass-pitchout play
and then successfully gambled on
a two-point conversion with two
minutes left to play to stun de-
fending national champion Ala-
bama 18-17 yesterday in a spec-
tacular Southeastern Conference
football opener.
The dramatic finish came just
after Alabama quarterback Steve
Sloan hit four straight passes and
plunged for a touchdown in a
drive that sent the Crimson Tide
in front 17-10.
But on the first play after the
kickoff, sophomore quarterback
Kirby Moore tossed a short pass
to end Pat Hodgson, who lateraled
to halfback Bob Taylor.
Taylor was never touched as he
raced into the eind ,:re and pulled
to within one point of Alabama's
tot-a:
Moore then thrww a perfect toss
to 11odgson in the end zone to give
Gemgia its first vic+ory over Ala-
bama since 1959.
LINCOLN, Neb.-A deadly pass-
ing combination-quarterback Bob
Churchich to end Freeman White
- provided Nebraska with two
early touchdowns yesterday and
the Cornhuskers, bidding to hang
on to pre-season top national
ranking, rolled to a 34-14 football
triumph over Texas Christian.
Churchich connected on his
first six first quarter passes, two
of them to White, for touchdowns
of 27 and 12 yards.
Nebraska yielded touchdowns to
TCU in the second and fourth
quarters, and Churchich's pass
completion ratio sagged in the
second half, but Nebraska gen-
erally remained in impressive con-
trol.

BERKELEY, Calif. - N o t r e
Dame quarterback Bill Zloch, who
saw only 10 minutes of varsity
action last year, ran for two
touchdownsand passed for an-
other yesterday leading the Irish
in a 48-6 rout of fumbling Cali-
fornia in their intersectional foot-
ball opener.
Zloch ran for scores from three
and 11 yards out in a first half in
which the Irish led 28-6. He pass-
ed 24 yards to Eddy in the third
period and Bill Wolski scored on
a six-yard run before Notre Dame
Coach Ara Parseghian began sub-
stituting freely.
*U A* T*y
AUBURN, Ala. - The Baylor

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Bears capitalized on two fourth-
period Auburn mistakes yesterday
and defeated the Tigers 14-8 in a
steamy football opener.
After three quarters of scoreless
play, Baylor started a scoring
march when Tom Lunceford's
punt was partially blocked and
the Bears took the ball on the
Auburn 45. Richard Befee skirted
the end for the final six yards.
The Bears were back in scoring
position later when Tom Bryan
fumbled and Baylor linebacker
Randy Behringer recovered on the
Auburn 27. Terry Southall passed
19 yards to George Cheshire for
the touchdown.

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1.0

Cougars Shoek Iowa, 7-0;
Purdue, Spartans Triumph

By The Associated Press
Washington State's C o u g a r s,
making only one serious scoring
gesture until the last minute of
play, hit on a 20-yard Tom Roth
and Rich Sheron pass and a 7-0
upset of Iowa yesterday.
The Hawkeyes, favored by two
touchdowns, failed on five scoring
opportunities within the five-yard
line in the first half.
Colorado, choking off repeated
second half scoring thrusts by
Wisconsin, battled the Badgers to
a scoreless tie Saturday in a bruis-
ing defensive football battle.
In Champaign, sophomore half-
back Clay Calhoun caught a de-

flected 10-yard pass from Paul
Brothers in the end zone in the
final three minutes to give Oregon
State a 12-10 triumph over Illinois.
Upset - wary P u r d u e rocked
Miami of Ohio the first time it
got the ball and rolled to a crush-
ing 38-0 victory yesterday. At
Bloomington halfback John Gin-
ter led a crunching Indiana
ground attack to a convincing 19-7
Two imports from Hawaii---
power runner Bob Apisa and pre-
cision kicker Dick Kenney-team-
ed to give Michigan State a 13-3
victory over UCLA.

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Betsy Button, Molly Maroon
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Tom Thorn, Alice X. Mosley
Urquehardt Ergang
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MICHIGAN'S DICK WELLS follows the block of Captain Tom
Cecchini on his way to a 51 yard punt return setting up the
Wolverines' final touchdown. Michigan endured jungle heat and
stopped a pesky North Carolina offense to win 31-24 at Chapel
Hill.

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MICHIGAN 31, North Carolina 24
Nebraska 34, Texas Christian 14
Michigan State 13, UCLA 3
Georgia 18, Alabama 17
Notre Dame 48, California 6
Oregon State 12, Illinois 10
Indiana 19, Kansas State7
Washington State 7, Iowa 0
Minnesota 20, USC 20
Florida 24, Northwestern 14
Purdue 38, Miami (Ohio) 0
Wisconsin 0, Colorado 0
Syracuse 14, Navy 6
Wyoming 31, Air Force 14
Tennessee 21, Army 0
Baylor 14, Auburn 8
Boston College 18, Buffalo 6
Arkansas 28, Oklahoma 14
Mankato 6, Stout State 6
OTHER SCORES
Kentucky 7, Missouri 0
Oregon 17, Pittsburgh 15
Duke 21, Virginia 7
Washington 14, Idaho 9
Arizona 16, Utah 9
Stanford 26, San Jose State 6
Clemson 21, North Carolina State 7
Mississippi State 36, Houston
South Carolina 13, The Citadel 3
Southern Methodist 7, Miami (Fla) 3
George Washington 21, Temple 13
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Georgia Tech 10, Vanderbilt 10
Rice 14, Louisiana Tech 0
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Pittsburgh 4, Philadelphia 3
Chicago 4, New York 3
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