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BIG TEN ROUNDUP
By The Associated Press
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Tailbacks
Mike Harkrader and Derrick Burnett
ran for one touchdown apiece yesterday
and safety Dave Abrams stopped two
Washington drives with pass intercep-
tions as Indiana handed the 15th-ranked
Huskies a 14-7 upset in college football.
The victory squared Indiana's record
t 1-1, while Washington fell to 1-2.
Harkrader, who sat out all of last
season with a knee injury after,
becoming the only freshman in Big Ten
history to gain 1;000 yards the year
before, scored Indiana's first touch-
down on the opening play of the second
upset; Bucks roll, 27-10
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quarter. Burnett, a senior, took over the
bulk of Indiana's ground attack in the
second half and scored the final touch-
down early in the fourth quarter.
terback Art Schlichter ran for two
touchdowns and directed Ohio State to
two others yesterday as the 16th-ranked
Buckeyes blitzed Minnesota 27-10 in the
Big Ten opener for both clubs.
Schlichter completed just three of
seven passes for 57 yards, but rushed
for 56 yards to pace a balanced Ohio
State attack. He scored on runs of
three and one yard, while the Buckeyes
also got touchdowns from Joel Payton
and Ron Springs, who led all rushers
with 82 yards.
Ohio State finished with 300 yards
rushing for the game.
Minnesota scored on a 39-yard field
goal by Paul Rogind with four seconds
left in the first half after Ohio State had
assumed a 21-0 lead.
EAST LANSING, Mich.-lflanker
Kirk Gibson raced for one touchdown
on a reverse and hauled in a long pass
for another yesterday as Michigan
State scored three quick touchdowns
and went on to maul Syracuse 49-21 in
an intersectional football game.
Sophomore MSU 'quarterback Bert
Vaughn, filling in for the injured Ed
Smith, completed two long bombs for
touchdowns, and the Spartan defense
kept a misfiring Syracuse attack bot-
tled up in its end of the field for most of
Syracuse was never in the contest as
it fumbled away the opening kickoff,
then gave up a trio of touchdowns the
first four times MSU had the ball.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-Stanford, led by
the sharp passing of quarterback Steve
Dils and the powerful running of
tailback Darrin Nelson, breezed past
Illinois 35-10 yesterday.
Dils completed 80 percent of his
passes including one for a touchdown.
Stanford tight end Pat Bowe pulled in
two touchdown passes.
Tailback Mark Dismuke broke loose
for a 13-yard run and scored Illinois'
only touchdown with 2:40 left in the
Stanford is 2-1 for the year, and
Illinois dropped to 0-2-1.
IOWA CITY, Iowa - Reserve quar-
terback Walter Grant threw three
touchdown passes and No. 2 tailback
Victor Mack raced seven yards for a
score with 39 seconds left to play as
20th-ranked Iowa State humiliated
Iowa 31-0 yesterday.
Iowa stopped the Cyclones on their
first two possessions, but Grant came in
at quarterback to start the second quar-
ter and threw a 47-yard touchdown pass
to split end Stan Hixon the first time he
touched the ball.
The battle between the intrastate
rivals drew 60,075 fans, the fourth
largest crowd ever to see a game in
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -
Sophomore quarterback Mark Herr-
mann threw for 223 yards and com-
pleted touchdown passes to Mike Harris
and Bart Burrell as Purdue defeated
Ohio University 24-0 yesterday.
Herrmann, second in the nation in
passing yardage as a freshman, had
only seven yards passing in the opening
period as the Boilermakers stayed on
the ground for 17 of 20 plays. He wound
up completing 13 of 23 passes, sitting
out most of the final period as reserves
finished the game.
EVANSTON, Ill. - Tom Stauss ran
for 123 yards and two touchdowns and
Ira Matthews broke loose for 123 yards
and a touchdown on a 78-yard punt
return as Wisconsin whipped North-
western 28-7 in Big Ten football Satur-
It was the 200th conference victory in
Wisconsin history, the first for new
coach Dave McClain and the second in
the Badgers' first two games this
season. Northwestern scored its first
touchdown of the year but fell to 0-2-1 in
the conference and overall.
USC rips Alabama;
Razorbacks roll, 19-7
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By The Associated Press
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Charles White
made up for two costly fumbles by
shredding Alabama's vaunted defense
for 199 yards, including a 40-yard
touchdown run, as seventh-ranked
Southern Californiarknocked off No. 1
Alabama 24-14 yesterday and ended the
nation's longest major college winning
streak at 12 games.
SOUTHERN CAL wrapped it up in
the final period on TD passes of 6 and 40
yards from Paul McDonald to Kevin
McDonald's touchdown pas es to
Williams built the Trojans' lead o 24-7
and more than offset a 41-yard
Alabama scoring pass from Jeff
Rutledge to Bart Krout with 7:10
Both teams came into the game with
Ben Cowins and Jerry Eckwood, bot-
tled up for.much of the first half, finally
broke loose during a lightning quick
Razorback drive in the third period
yesterday, leading second-ranked
Arkansas to a 19-7 college football vic-
tory over Oklahoma State.
THE RAZORBACKS led only 3-0 at
halftime against an Oklahoma State
team rated as much as a four-
Arkansas launched the third quarter
with an 80-yard drive that took only one
minute and 21 seconds. Eckwood bolted
for 51 yards and, two plays later,
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Cowins raced into the end zone from the
25 with a pitchout from quarterback
. NORMAN, Okla.-Quarterbacks
Thomas Lott and J.C. Watts scored two
touchdowns apiece yesterday as third-
ranked Oklahoma and its wishbone of-
fense rolled to a 66-7 victory over Rice
in a college football game.
LOTT'S NEAR-FLAWLESS play
helped Oklahoma, now 3-0, to an over-
whelming 52-0 halftime lead as the
Sooners scored every time they had the
ball while he was directing traffic.
Lott was replaced in the middle of the
second quarter after rushing for 102
yards and hitting two of five passes for
STATE COLLEGE, Pa.-A pair of
third period touchdowns on a 16-yard
pass by quarterback Chuck Fusina and
a 3-yard run by fullback Matt Suhey
rallied third-ranked Penn State to a 26-
21 college football victory yesterday
over Southern Methodist.
PENN STATE, unbeaten in four
games, trailed the 17-point underdog
Mustangs from the Southwest Con-
ference 21-12 with 12 minutes left in the
LAWRENCE, Kan.-Jeff Hines threw
two touchdown passes and scored on a
3-yard run as Kansas shocked UCLA
with three touchdowns in a three-
minute span of the second quarter and
held on to defeat the 8th-ranked Bruins
UCLA, a 17-point favorite over the
previously winless Jayhawks, fumbled
two kickoffs which Kansas converted
into quick touchdowns and saw its final
opportunity die when quarterback Rick
Bashore was sacked for a 10-yard loss
on a fourth-and-three situation with
RICK MONDAY of the Los Angeles Dodgers piles into shortstop Ozzie Smith of the
San Diego Padres. Smith was able to complete the double play, but to no avail as
the Padres fell yesterday, 5-3. AP Photo
The races roll on
American League East
Indians 10, Yanks 1-Red Sox 3, Blue Jays 1
By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND-Rick Manning's two-run bloop single ignited a 15-hit
attack that helped David Clyde and the Cleveland Indians to a 10-1 victory
over the New York Yankees in a nationally televised game yesterday.
The Yankees grabbed a 1-0 lead off Clyde, 8-11, in the first inning on Lou
Piniella's RBI single. But the Indians struck back for four runs in the second
inning off New York starter Jim Beattie, 5-9.
Manning's bases-loaded single put Cleveland ahead to stay and Jim
Norris added a two-run triple on a line drive that was misjudged by center
fielder Mickey Rivers.
Rookie Wayne Cage added his second solo homer in as many nights in
the third inning and the Indians came up with three more runs in the fourth
and single runs in the seventh and eighth, the latter on Cage's infield out.
In 'Toronto, Jim Rice betted his 43rd home run of the season and Carl
Yastrzemski and Jack Brohamer added run-scoring singles as the Boston
Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 3-1 yesterday and moved within one
game of the first-place New York Yankees in the American League East.
Luis Tiant, 11-8, scattered seven hits to get the victory for the Red Sox.
nave McKay's leadoff walk in the sixth followed by Alan Ashby's double into
the left field corner produced the lone run off the veteran right-hander, who
struck out six and walked five.
National League East
Expos 3, Pirates 2-Phillies 1, Mets 0
MONTREAL-Pinch-hitter Del Unser singled home Larry Parrish in
the ninth inning to give the Montreal Expos a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh
Parrish opened the ninth with a double off Bert Blyleven, 14-10. After
Chris Speir grounded out, Unser batted for winning pitcher Ross Grimsley,
19-10, and singled up the middle to score Parrish, who barrelled into Pirate
catcher Duffy Dyer at the plate.
Dyer was helped from the field and Parrish was removed on a stretcher.
In New York, Larry Christenson fired a three-hitter and Garry Maddox
doubled home Larry Bowa in the sixth inning run to give the Philadelphia
Phillies a 1-0 victory over the New York Mets in the opening game of yester-
Christenson, 12-14, won for the first time since September 2 by pitching
his third shutout and ninth complete game of the season. He struck out five
and walked two.
The only New York hits were singles by Tim Foli in the first inning and
Doug Flynn in the eighth and a double by Lee Mazzilli leading off the ninth.
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"This may havefbeen the best that
any soccer team from Michigan has
ever played," said first year' Michigan
Soccer Club coach Steve Olson after his
team dropped a 2-1 decision at Notre
Dame Friday night. "It's just too bad
the game had to be decided by the
With the contest knotted 1-1 in the
second half the Irish were awarded a
penalty kick which they capitalized on
to win the game, 2-1.
THE PENALTY kick was whistled
when Wolverine goalkeeper Jeff Boudin
pushed a Notre Dame forward while he
punted the ball out.
"We're protesting the game," said
Olson adding, "it was the kind of a call
that never should have been made
because he (the Notre Dame forward)
fouled our goalie by obstructing him
first, before the push, just by being
That call really changed the game
because at the time we were outplaying
them," stated Olson.
Both Notre Dame goals were
unassisted by Mike Finagan and Ralph
Schwaeger tallied the lone Michigan
score on a pass from Ihor Fedorowycz.
FOR THE GAME Michigan had 16
shots at goal and Notre Dame 20.
The Club's next game is Wednesday,
Sept. 27 at Eastern Michigan at 4:00
and their record now stands at 2-1.
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