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September 17, 1978 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 17, 1978-Page 11

Bama
upset
By The Associa
-COLUMBIA, Mo. -
tunned by three Mis
i the second quarte
led on Ricky Gillila
with a blocked punt Ai
o victory over the 1
on a hot, steamy field
A crowd of 73,655, a
rared when the Tig
' dieficit with three quic
iost points scored
Bryant team in one
years.
Alabama, a 20-3 vic
In its opener two we
ards in six plays to
its first possessi
remaining in the ha
ordained when Alan
" eld goal gave Alaba
-Then Missouri,
defending national
D1Jame 3-0 in its op
rebounded to take a 2
with the biggest offen
has dealt Alabama sir
24 points in the second
r The momentum
Missouri when Earl
four-yard run, Brad
for another score an
zipped 20 yards
izterception.
Sooners ro
NORMAN, Okla.
:Sims, averaging ove
,,led the third-ranked
to a 52-10 victory ove
Mountaineers in
college football game
Sims hit early, c
drive on Oklahoma
just minutes into the
scored on a 41-yar
right side.
Baylor nip
ATHENS, Ga. -
erupted 16 yards fo
touchdown mome
Robinson kicked his
the Georgia Bulldogs
in a college football o

comeback trips
hopeful Missouri
ted Press Robinson's field goal from 36 yards
- No. 1 Alabama, gave Georgia a 9-7 advantage and the
souri touchdowns Bulldogs came back four minutes later
ar, recovered the to score with McClendon after
nd's 35-yardrun recovering a fumble at the Baylor 41.
rd cruised toia 38- ]( C uss
ith-ranked Tigers Ci U Cruises
yesterday. OXFORD, Ohio - Central
Missouri record, Michigan's two offensive workhorses,
ers erased a 17-0 Carl Word and Will Jones, each scored
k touchdowns, the in the final minutes of the game to lead
against a Bear the Chippewas to a 37-18 Mid-American
quarter in nine Conference football victory over Miami
of Ohio yesterday.
tor over Nebraska Word, who finished the game with 113.
eks ago, swept 71 yards rushing, scored from 11 yards out
seize a 7-0 lead on with 3:53 remaining to put Central
on. With 12:07 Michigan back into a 23-18 lead.
if, a rout seemed
McElroy's 26-yard
ma a 17-0 lead. CentralIMichigan took advantage of
two interceptions to score their final
which shocked two touchdowns and insure their second
champion Notre victory in as many games under their
heer last week, new coach, Herb Deromedi.
Z-17 halftime lead Cyclones whirl
isive spurt anyone AMES, Iowa - Quarterback Terry
ice Auburn scored Rubley threw a touchdown pass in the
1 quarter in 1969. first quarter and completed a pass for a
two-point conversion in the final period
shifted wildly to as No. 19 Iowa State came from behind
Gant scored on a to defeat San Diego State, 14-13, in
ley sped 69 yards college football yesterday.
id Russ Calabrese
with a pass Rubley's 11-yard touchdown pass
went to Dexter Green, the leading Iowa
ll State rusher, who turned in his 14th
H lfbnakBiliv consecutive 100-yard-plus game.

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AP Photo,
It's time for a little gravity-dancing, as Kansas flanker Dave Harris and
Washington Huskie defensive back Barry Wilber grapple for a Jeff Hines pass in
yesterday's action in Seattle. The aerial fell incomplete, as did Kansas' victory
plans, in its 31-2 pasting at the hands of the Huskies, who raised their record to 1-1
for the season. Washington fell to UCLA last week, 10-7.

Cl

nt start

r 23 yards a carry,
Oklahoma Sooners
r the West Virginia
an intersectional
e here yesterday.
apping a 67-yard
's first possession
first quarter as he
d sprint down the
ped
Willie McClendon
r a fourth quarter
ants after Rex
third field goal as
s upset Baylor 16-14
pener yesterday.

The Michigan hockey team needs
student managers. Anyone interested
call Frank Young at 763-5215.
Bowling, PInball
and
Billiards
Open Today
at 1 P.M.
at the
UNION

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Learn a Lifetime
Sports Activity
CONTACT SANDY SANDERS
763-1313
Dept. of Recreational Sports

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Mad Hatter Disco Party

Sunday

a.tthBriarwood Hilton

Disco Light Show 3 pm Till
Ten Reasons to Party on Sunday at 3 p.m.
1. If you're still going strong from Saturday evening and want to
test your endurance.
2. If you over partied on Friday and missed Saturday entirely.
3. If you feel like going out on Sunday and still want to see
Monday.
4. If your weekend went down the drain and you want one more
chance.
5. If you dislike seeing people have a good time and insist on
irritating yourself.
6. If you had to work on Saturday evening and feel left out.
7. If you are over 18 and are worried about the drinking age

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