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October 8, 1978-The Michigan Daily

SOONERS ROLL OVER TEXAS

ND nips stubborn State

By The Associated Press

lex b erograms .-r EAST LANSING-Vagas Ferguson
and Jerome Heavens eached charged
for a touchdown and supplied Notre
Dame with a strong ground attack
yesterday as the Irish downed a stub-
born Michigan State, 29,25, in a con-
tinution of the longtime nonconference
Pr eparat on Specialsts Since 1938 college football rivalry..
For Information Ptease caii: The other Notre Dame scores came
3 )662-3149on a plunge by quarterback Joe Mon-
tana and a stunning 45-yard dash by
TOL L FRE E: 800-223-1782safety Jim Browner after ripping the
ball away from a Spartan receiver.

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But although outmuscled on the
ground, the MSU passing game kept the
Spartans in the contest. Quarterback
Ed Smith hit on 27 or 41 passes for over
300 yards, and fired two late touchdown
strikes to narrow the margin.
The victory was Notre Dame's.
second straight after two opening
defeats, while Michigan State dropped
to 1-3.
Each team scored the first time it had
the ball and fought on even terms in the
first stanza. But Notre Dame opened a
22-6 halftime lead by slowly gaining
control of the line of scrimmage and
killing any MSU drives.
Michigan State went 72 yards in 17
plays on the opening series to set up a
25-yard field goal by Morten Andersen.
But the Irish fought back to take the
lead they held the rest of the day. Mon-
tana set up the score by hitting split end
Kris Haines along the right sideline for
35 yards, then finding tight end Dennis
Grindinger for 21 more.
Fullback Heavens dived over from
the one for the score.
Notre Dame threatened again early
in the second period, Montana drilling
Haines over the middle for a 44-yard
gain. But Joe Unis' 20-yard field goal
attempt went wide.
* * *
Oklahoma 31, Texas 10
DALLAS-Halfback Billy Sims
barged for two touchdowns and quarter-
back Thomas Lott passed for another
score yesterday, catapulting the top-
ranked Oklahoma Sooners to a 31-10
victory over the, sixth-ranked Texas
Longhorns in the 73rd renewal of their
bitter rivalry.
Oklahoma, boasting the most
awesome offense in the country, stung
the Longhorns on the Sooners' first
possession in this battle of unknowns.
The outcome never really was in doubt
before a sellout crowd of 72,032 in the
Cotton Bowl and a regional television
audience.
The Sooners intercepted three Texas
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passes and totally dominted the sput-
tering Longhorn offense, which only
notched three first downs in the
decisive first half.
Oklahoma charge 77 yards in five
plays on its first possession with Sims
racing the final 18 yards untouched for
the touchdown:I.
The Texas defense, No. 3 in the
nation, was stunned again in the second
quarter after freshman quarterback
Donnie Little fumbled the ball away at
the Longhorn 26. Sims dashed 17 yards
and then scored from a yard away on
fourth down.
A 35-yard field goal by Uwe von
Schamann offset Russell Erxleben's 26-
yard field goal as Oklahoma built a
dominating 17-3 halftime lead..
Lott, running the wishbone offense to
perfection until he sprained an ankle in
the fourth quarter, dashed any
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Longhorn comeback hopes with a 24-
yard touchdown pass to Bobby Kimball
to give Oklahoma a 24-3 lead early in
the third period.
The frustrated Horns finally broke
Olympic sprinter Johnny "Lam" Jones
loose on a 25-yard scoring jaunt on an
end-around play in the third quarter.
Oklahoma tackled on its final touch-
down late in the fourth period when
David Overstreet charged across from
2 yards out.
Oklahoma, of the Big Eight Con-
ference, now is 5-0 while the defending
Southwest Conference champion
Longhorns are 3-1.
Texas leads the series 43-27 .3.
Maryland 31, N.C. St. 7
COLLEGE PARK, Md.-A 98-yard
kickoff return by Steve Atkins and
Steve Trimble's fumble recovery in the
North Carolina State end zone on the
ensuing kickoff sparked 12th-ranked
Maryland to a 31-7 victory over the 20th-
ranked Wolfpack yesterday.
The two lightening touchdowns came
after quarterback Scott Smith scored
for State on a two-yard run early in the
third quarter, and broken open the bat-
tle between the Atlantic Coast Con-
ference unbeatens.
The Terps have now won nine in a.
row, including five this season. State
had a six-game winning streak broken
and is now 4-1 this'season.

sports of the DAILY
Clubbers fall to WMU
A valiant comeback effort in the second half by the Michigan field
hockey team fell just short of success as the Western Michigan squad came
back to haunt an old teammate in a 3-1 victory yesterday morning at Ferry
Field.
Considered one of the top teams in the state, the Broncos came to Ann
Arbor with the unusual task of having to face former Bronco Jane Smith, a
goaltender who transferred to Michigan this year. Smith, who was "really
charged up" played a good game but Western was able to break through the
tired Wolverine defense enough times to capitalize.
Both teams came out hustling in the first half, with Western keeping the
ball in the Michigan zone most of the time. Smith carne way out of the net a
couple of times to kick away hard shots but the presure finally paid off when
Beth Hinden drilled home a rebound off the post with two minutes remaining
in the half.
"We were kind of teasing Jane before tie game," said Western coach
Jean Friedeal. "But she did play a good game against us, and I'd have to say
that coach Ocker has really brought her team around from when I saw them
play two weeks ago."
After the Broncos scored a fluke goal at the beginning of the second half,
the rest of the game belonged to the Wolverines. Many times they came close
to scoring, but always it was a weak spot or a remarkable save that preven-
ted it. Finally Mary Callam centered a perfect pass to Dea Mazzetta who
flipped it by goaltender Mary Martin to make it 2-1.
"I though we played real well, especially in the second half,"said head
coach Phyllis Ocker. "There were plenty of good chances to score, we're just
going to have to work*on getting off better shots from inside the offensive
circle."
She will have little time for that however, as, the team plays three mat-
ches this week. On Tuesday afternoon they face off against Bowling Green at
Ferry Field before taking to the road for games against Central and Eastern
Michigan.
Spikers break Broncs -BOB EMORY
If Michigan's volleyball team was looking for some stiff competition
from the young but promising Western Michigan team they faced yesterday,
they certainly didn't find it. The spikers took the first two games 15-5 and 15-3
and easily held down the Broncos' comeback attempt in the third, 15-9, in a
match held in the Central Campus Recreation Building.
"We had a slow start (in the third game), that's all," said co-captain
Roberta Salay.
Co-captain Beth Major concurred. "We're still making a lot of
mistakes," she said. "We haven't reached our peak yet. Western has a new
coach and mostly freshmen playing. They have a lot of potential and a quick
offense, but they're not polished yet."
Michigan coach Sandy Vong, who was disappointed-in his team's play
against Wayne State, seemed satisfied with their showing yesterday. "We
played reasonably well," he said. "We only had one bad serve in the second
game and two bad serves in the third, compared to 16 all around on Thur-
sday. We've really been working on serving."
This is the fifth straight match that Michigan has won, and now the
spikers are looking ahead to state and Big Ten championships.
"We're in mid-season form," said Vong. "If we can play decently again-
st CMU (last year's state champs), that's a good measurement of how good
we are."
Michigan plays Central Michigan at'Mt. Pleasant on Tuesday.
* * * -ELISA FRYE
Gridders'practices watched
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - An armed guard watched over the Michigan
football team's practice sessions this week, police said, after authorities
learned that a suspected murderer had threatened to kill a player.
Although the suspect, whose identity was not released, remained at
large Friday, police said the extra security had been relaxed because they
had learned the man was in Texas.
Police said the suspect stole a car in Texas and drove to a motel near
Monroe, Mich., where he robbed a man in the motel's bar and fled with two
youths, according to witnesses. The youths later told officers that the
suspect said he planned to kill a Michigan football player. AP

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