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Page 10-Sunday, October 15, 1978-The Michigan Daily
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By The Associated Press
WEST LAFAYETTE - Purdue quar-
terback Mark Herrmann set up two
touchdowns in the third quarter and
passed for another score in the fourth
period yesterday as the Boilermakers
upset 16th-ranked Ohio State, 27-16,
boosting the Boilermakers into first
place in the Big Ten..
The Buckeyes, aided by Purdue
penalties early in the game, fumbled
six times and lost four, including two in
the final period which led to Scott
Sovereen's second field goal and Herr-
mann's fourth-quarter scoring pass to
Mike Harris,
Herrmann, a sophomore, completed
22 of 34 passes for 210 yards, moving

past Dale Samuels into fourth place
among Purdue's career passing
leaders, behind Mike Phipps, Bob
Griese and Len Dawson.
Ohio State freshman quarterback Art
Schleister kept the Buckeyes in the
game with his passing. He hit 20 of 34
attempts for 289 yards, including a 60-
yard touchdown bomb to Rod Gerald
that closed the gap to four points, but a
fumble gave Purdue the ball at the nine
yard line and Herrmann hit Harris for
the final score three plays later.
* * *
Illinois 20, Wisconsin 20
CHAMPAIGN - Quarterback Rich
Weiss scored on an eight-yard keeper

with less than three minutes to go, then
passed to Greg Boeke for two points as
Illinois drove 69 yards to tie unbeaten
Wisconsin 20-20 yesterday.
Weiss' conversion pass was deflected
by defender Guy Boliaux and was
caught in the end zone by a diving
Boeke to bring a Dad's Day crowd of
31,000 to its feet.
Wisconsin, a seven-point favorite, ran
its overall record to 4-0-1 and 2-0-1 in
conference action. Illinois is 1-3-2 and 0-
Quarterback Mike Kalasmiki, en-
tering the game in the last half, led
Wisconsin in a rally. He passed for two
last-half touchdowns, both set up by
recovered fumbles, to put the Badgers
ahead 20-12 early in the fourth period.
Late in the third period, Ross Ander-
son recovered a Weiss fumble and
Kalasmiki eventually heaved a 19-yard
scoring pass to David Charles ending a
41-yard thrust.
Minnesota 22, Iowa 20
MINNEAPOLIS - Mark Carlson
completed 14 of 19 passes for 175 yards
and two touchdowns and Marion Bar-
ber rushed for 123 yards as Minnesota
nipped Iowa 22-20 yesterday for the
-Gophers' first Big Ten victory.
Carlson, starting his second game of
the season, whipped two 17-yard
scoring passes to split end Elmer

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Bailey in the second quarter as the
Gophers built up a 19-0 halftime lead.
The Hawkeyes closed to 22-14 early in
the fourth quarter when split end Brad
Reid scored on an 11-yard reverse.
Green and Reid had hooked up on a 60-
yard pass-run play which carried to the
Minnesota 29 and set up that score.
The Hawkeyes recovered a Min-
nesota fumble late in the fourth quarter
on the Gopher 19. Green swept right end
on fourth down from the one with 7:07 to
play for the touchdown. He attempted
to pass for the tying two-point conver-
sion but was thrown for a big loss.
* * *
Indiana 38, Northwestern 10
BLOOMINGTON - Quarterback
Scott Arnett scored three touchdowns
and Mike Harkrader rushed for 162
yards yesterday as Indiana capitalized
on Northwestern turnovers to post a 38-
10 victory.
Indiana, 2-3 overall, and 1-1 in the
conference, turned three consecutive
Northwestern turnovers into touch-
downs in the first 7 minutes of the
game, taking a 21-0 advantage.
Arnett scored from the seven-yard
line on the first play after George
Doehla recovered Northwestern's fum-
ble of an Indiana punt.
Freshman Tim Wilbur then intercep-
ted Northwestern's second play after
the kickoff, returning it 16 yards to the
Northwestern 24. Seven plays later, Ar-
nett went over from the 1.
The Wildcats, 0-5-1 overall, and 0-3-1
inleague play, fumbled the next kickoff
and Indiana's Jimmy Hunter recovered
the football at the 26. Lonnie Johnson
raced 17 yards for a touchdown two
plays later.

A SWARM OF Kansas Jayhawk defenders crush Oklahoma quarterback J.C(
Watts after defensive end Jim Zidd (51, foreground) had made the original hit
The Jayhawks kept the powerful Oklahoma offense in check yesterday afternoon
but the Sooners managed to keep their slate clean with a 17-16 victory.
Pitt falls to Irish;
Sooners win, 17-16

By The Associated Press I
SOUTH BEND-Quarterback Joe
Montana rallied Notre Dame to three
fourth-quarter touchdowns and Jerome
Heavens shattered legendary George
Gipp's career rushing record yesterday
to lead the Irish to a 26-17 college foot-
ball victory over previously unbeaten
The Panthers, ranked No. 9, had
forged into a 17-7 lead early in the four-
th quarter when Rick Trocano scored

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his second touchdown of the game on
top of a 33-yard field goal by Mark
Faced with the possibility of thei
third loss of the season, the Irish suO.
denly caught fire. Montana directed Ti
86-yard drive which ended with an K
yard touchdown pass to Kris Haines,
Montana then ran and passed for score
to complete the comeback.
Oklahoma 17, Kansas 16
LAWRENCE, Kan.-Billy Slims
rushed for 192 yards, pumping life intd
an Oklahoma offense weakened by in-
juries, and scored the winning touch
down as the No. 1 Sooners subdued
stubborn Kansas 17-16 yesterday after
the Jayhawks failed twice on a two=
point conversion play with 15 seconds-
Kansas quarterback Harry Sydney
hit Harry Murphy with a scoring strike
to pull the Jayhawks within one point of
the unbeaten and 28-point favorite
Kansas tried a pass off a fake extra
point attempt but failed, and was given
another chance from the 3 when
Oklahoma was called offsides.
Sydney's next pass was way off
target and the grateful Sooners covered
the ensuing onside kickoff.

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