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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1 9 6 5 THE MICHIGAN hA fLY PAGF~ SEVEN

NATIONAL ROUNDUP

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By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - Sophomore
quarterback Gary Beban bombed
Souther California with a 52-.
yard touchdown pass with two
minutes, 39 seconds remaining to
give UCLA a 20-16 victory over
the Trojans yesterday and ap-
parently cinch a Rose Bowl ap-
pearance Jan. 1.
Seemingly outplayed and trail-
ing 16-6, the unpredictable Bruins
sent their followers in a packed
coliseum crowd of, 94,085 into a
frenzy as Beban connected with
his winning throw to Kurt Alten-
berg.
Just moments before, Beban
hurled a 34-yard scoring strike
to Dick Witcher to put UCLA in
a threatening positiony, trailing by
two points, 16-14. Beban threw a
two-point conversion on this one
to Byron Nelson.
Southern California had been
favored by five points.
The triumph left the Uclans
with an over-all record of 7-1-1
and a 4-0 season in the Pacific
Athletic Conference and knocked
the Trojans to all intents out of
the running with a 6-2-1 over-all
and a 4-1 conference record.
With Washington State, the
other Rose Bowl conitender; losing
to Washington 27-9, it would ap-
pear that a meeting of the con-
ference directors to select its bowl
representative to play Michigan
State would be a mere formality.
UCLA was ranked seventh in
the latest weekly Associated Press
football poll and Southern Cali-
fornia fifth.
Arkansas Unbeaten;
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark-Quarter-
back Jon Brittenum and tailback
Bobby Burnett led second-ranked
Arkansas into the Cotton Bowl
yesterday as the Razorbacks scor-
ed a 42-24 comeback triumph over
ninth-ranked Texas Tech.
Brittenum, a oised operator
who brought Arkansas from two
10-point deficits, engineered long
scoring drives of 68, 72, 53, 73
and 69 yards as the Razorbacks
completed their second straight
perfect season.
The victory snapped Tech's
winning streak at seven and ex-
tended Arkansas' through 22-
longest in the nation by a major
college team.
Burnett, who slashed through
the middle for 83 yards in a third-
quarter Razorback rally, scored
three touchdowlis on runs of four,
one and eight yards. His one-
yard plunge put Arkansas ahead
the first time, 21-17, early in the
third period.
Tech's talented passer, Tom
Wilson, and All-America halfback
Donny Anderson carried the fight
for the inspired Raiders.
Brittenum, who hit on 14 of 20
passes for 245 yards, threw two
touchdown strikes in the fourth
quarter, a 10-yarder to Richard
Trail and a 24-yarder to Tommy
Burnett.
Missouri Romps
LAWRENCE, Kan. - Missouri's
Sugar' Bowl-bound Tigers needed
all the talents of ,Johnny Roland,
Gary Lane and Charlie. Brown to
subdue fired-up Kansas 44-20 yes-
terday in the 74th renewal of their
bitter football rivalry.
The eighth-ranked Tigers trail-
ed twice in the first half as
Kansas scored with the help of a
blocked punt and deflected for-
ward pass. issouri got the led
for the first time 20-13 on Lane's
19-yard run, seconds before the
halffine gun.
Tsrown's 86-yard bolt up the
middle in the third period moved
Missouri out of reach. The Tigers,
second to unbeaten Nebraska in
the, Big Eight, will take a 7-2-1
record to New Orleans. Kansas
finished 2-8, its worst season in

1I years.
The 207-pound Roland, a tre-
mendous two-way performer, and'
prime All-America candidate, in-
tercepted a pass; and recovered a
fumble on defense, and scored
three touchdowns on the attack.
He set up one touchdown with a
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35-yard punt return.
Lane hit 8 of 16 passes for 155
yards, including a 39-yard touch-
down shot to Monroe Phelps 16
seconds before the final gun. Lane
had 215 yards total offense and
became the eighth player in Big
Eight history to reach 3000 yards
in career total offense. He had
3,203.

got going, the Indians caught
and passed the Tigers easily.

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Hurricanes Win
WICHITA, Kan. - Although'
lacking some of its usual offensive
effectiveness, Tulsa kept its bowl
hopes alive with a 13-3avictory
over underdog Wichita State yes-

Winter Sports Tickets
The football season is over so put that athletic coupon back
in your wallet and leave it there. But while you've got the
billfold open, you might start counting your shekels. Every
Wolverine sports fan still has plenty of tickets to buy.
Number 'one on the agenda is basketball which starts
December 1 when Cazzie and company host Tennessee. Tickets
go for a buck a piece and are sold the Wednesday before each
game. If you want to make the opener, you'd better be at the
Athletic Ticket Office, State at Hoover, sometimes between
8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. this Wednesday.
Each' student is allowed to buy two admissions, but he must
have an identification card for each.
Hockey tickets also go for a dollar and are on sale at the
ticket office on the Friday before each home weekend series.
Swimming enthusiasts will have to shell out a bill at Matt
Mann Pool. No swimming tickets are sold in advance.
Wrestling, gymnastics, and indoor track are on the house
as is the Tuesday freshman-varsity basketball scrimmage.

season 2-7, had drives stopped at
the Tulsa 25, 20 and 39, scoring
only on a 37-yard field goal by
Jim Sickler when the second drive
fizzled.
Penn State Upset
PITTSBURGH, Pa. -,- Frank
Clark, who didn't kick a field goal
this season, booted one from 18
yards out with three seconds re-
maining to lift Pitt to a 30-27
victory over Penn State yesterday.
Clark's kick from a slight left
angle capped a 56-yard drive with
55 seconds left that carried Pitt
to the Penn State one-yard line.
Penn State had tied the game
27-27 with 1:06 remaining, but
the extra point attempt by Tom
Sherman, who has kicked 17 in 18
atteihpts this season, was wide.

Kentucky Dropped
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Tennessee
turned two second-half pass thefts
into touchdowns in a four-minute
outburst that turned back Ken-
tucky 19-3 yesterday and sent the
Volunteers into the Bluebonnet
Bowl.
Bluebonnet officials invited Ten-
nessee to play in the post-season
football game at Houston, Tex,
Dec. 18, and the Volunteers
quickly accepted.
Sophomore quarterback Dewey
Warren, making his first start,
scored the go-ahead touchdowns
for Tennessee which broke a 3-3
defensive duel between the South-
eastern Conference rivals meeting
for the 61st time.

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Brown, the Big Eight rushing
leader, had 158 yards in 18 tries.
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Iowa Defeated
IOWA CITY, Iowa - North
Carolina State turned four of
seven pass interceptions into
touchdownssand handed fired Iowa
head coach Jerry Burns his ninth
defeat of the season 28-20.
Quarterback Gary Snook, who
holds most of Iowa's passing rec-
ords and who was playing his last
college game, was the victim of
all the Wolfpack's thefts.
Burns, 38, who had an unsuc-
cessful five-year coaching reign
here after being elevated from
assistant coach to the top job
was fired earlier this week. The
Hawkeyes won only one of 10
games this season.
Princeton Downed
PRINCETON, N.J. - Unbeaten
Dartmouth, powered by the pass-
ing of Mickey Bear'd, snapped
Princeton's 17-game w i n n i n g
streak and captured the Ivy
League football championship yes-
terday with a 28-14 victory.
The defeat, the first since Dart-
mouth beat them in the final game
of the 1963 season, spoiled the
Tigers' chances of posting two
consecutive 9-0 seasons. Dart-
mouth completed its first perfect
year since 1962.
Defending champion Princeton
scored first, but as soon as Beard
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terday, clinching the Missouri
Valley Conference championship
along the way.
The air-pinded Golden Hurri-
canes established four more NCAA
records in building a 13-0 lead in
the first three periods, then held
off three Shocker threats in the
final quarter.
Wichita, which finished the
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