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1% NEBR ASKA UPSE TS OKLAHOMA, 17-14
- LINCOLN (AP)-Fourth-ranked Nebraksa ended six John Ruud and the ball squirted loose, Nebraska's John
years of frustration yesterday at the hands of Oklahoma, Linstrom recovering near the Oklahoma 10. The officials,
defeating the top-rated and previously unbeaten Sooners 17- however, ruled no fumble and gave the ball to Oklahoma at
14 on short touchdown runs by Rick Berns and I. M. Hipp, its 19 although television replays clearly showed that
and Billy Todd's tie-breaking 24-yard field goald with 11:51 Phelps had fumbled before he hit the ground.
to play. NEBRASKA'S TOUCHDOWN came on a 5-yard run by
- The victory, Nebraska's ninth in a row following an Berns at 4:54 of the second period and an 8-yard dash by
the driver's seat for an Orange Bowl bid. Oklahoma fumbles, the Cornhuskers driving 57 anid 50 yar-
ds for their scores.
SBILLY SIMS, who was averaging 155.2 yards per game, Oklahoma took a 7-0 lead on Sims' 44-yard run at 6:51 of
carried 25 times for 153 yards and scored Oklahoma's the opening period. Hipp's touchdown put the Sooners
touchdowns on runs of 44 yards in the first period and 30 behind for the first time all season. But Sims tied it less
yards in the third quarter. But he saw his national record- than three minutes later with a prancing, 30-yard gallop on
7*' / tying streak of three consecutive 200-yard games ended by the first play following a costly Nebraska penalty that
a gang-tackling, hard-hitting Nebraska defense. erased still another Oklahoma fumble.
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x/ nms_fumble the Nebraska 20 with 8:10 began to dominate the contest in
anegated what would have been one of the most controver- the second period Only once during the game did
"sial calls in college football history. Oklahoma manage more than two first downs on a die
Phomo Following Todd's go-ahead field goal, Oklahoma fresh- and the Six lost fumbles were just too much for even the
COLLEGE FOOTBALL ROUNDUP
Houston edges past Texas, 10-7
By the Associated Press
By te Asociaed Pesstheir 14th victory of the season and 18th straight over
USTIN-The daring quarterbacking of Danny Hatfield recovered a Texas fumble to set up his own thevtw o riohs
vis and Kenny Hatfield's bull's-eye pressure field field goal that carried 33 yards just at the end of the
0 catapulted eighth-ranked Houston to a 10-7 third quarter. 01* *I * *
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Southwest Conference victory over the sixth-ranked
Texas Longhorns yesterday, all but clinching a Cot-
tonBowl appearance for the Cougars.
:savis, the classy senior from Dallas, took Houston
57° yards in eight plays for a touchdown after a
scoreless first half.
"Davis ripped off a 29-yard keeper, his longest run of
the year, then flipped a 25-yard pass to tight end
Garrett Jurgajtis to set up Emmett King's 2-yard
On the touchdown play, Davis kept the ball to the last
instant then made a perfect pitch to King, who scored
. * * * *
Penn State 19, N.C, State 10
STATE COLLEGE, Pa.-Matt Bahr kicked four
field goals and second-ranked Penn State needed
every one of them to turn back 18-point underdog
North Carolina State 19-10 yesterday and preserve
the nation's longest major college winning streak.
With 3:39 left in the game, Matt Suhey returned a
punt 43 yards for an insurance touchdown for the
hard-pressed Nittany Lions.
Bahr, a professional soccer star, kicked field goals
of 33, 32, 37 and 30 yards to give the Nittany Lions
-Alabama 31, LNU 1W
BIRMINGHAM - Major Ogilvie scored two
touchdowns and Jeff Rutledge threw for one and set
up another as third-ranked Alabama buried No. 10
Louisiana State 31-10 yesterday in a televised
Southeastern Conference football game.
The Tide, spurred by fourth-ranked Nebraska's up-
set of top-ranked Oklahoma moments before the
game began, took charge in the second half.
Alabama overcame an early 7-0 deficit when
backup quarterback Steadman Shealy raced 29 yards
for a score one play after punter Woody Umphrey
completed a fourth-down pass for 19 yards.
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Perhaps they should rename it the
Michigan Relays. The women's swim
team sure felt at home as they
destroyed the field at the SMAIAW
The Wolverines won every event on
the program with the closest com-
petition coming from their own B team.
In fact, the B team actually beat the A
team by six seconds in winning the
Despite the obvious lack of com-
petition, coach Stu Isaac felt that the
meet was good for his swimmers. "You
want to do good your first meet and this
was good for us. We wanted a fairly
relaxed atmosphere and we had to get
our feet wet, if you know what I mean,"
Michigan's depth was the deciding
factor in the meet which featured nine
schools from around the state. Isaac
acknowledged that, "You've got to
have a lot of people swimming well to
win this number of events."
Although the times were well off var-
sity records, they were much better
than comparable times from last year's
meet. Michigan set meet records in
every event but the 400 freestyle relay.
Cited for special praise by Isaac were
breaststroker Marie Palko, freestyler
Marion Stanwood, butterflier Linda
Kendall and backstroker Sharon
Flaherty. Michigan also got sharp per-
formances from Julie Bachman and
Barb Weinstein in 'the three meter
The team's next meet is at home on
November 16 against Oakland Univer-
sity. The meet will begin at 7:00 p.m.
The Michigan undergraduate soccer
club closed its season on a winning note
yesterday, blanking the University of
Detroit squad 6-0.
Michigan completely dominated the
contest, leading in shots on goal 41-7
and corner kicks 10-1.
Leading scorer for the season, Ihor
Fedorowycz opened the barrage, with
an assist from Bob Zack. Fedorowycz
suffered a possible broken ankle in the
Three more goals were contributed
by Mohammed Al-Hamad with two
assists by Bruce Davidson and one by
Dave Ritchie. Asak and Zack added the
final tallies, the assists coming from
Louis Cohen and Ian Cath, respectively.
The Detroit club was formed a mere
two months ago, and Michigan
scheduled the game "just to help them
get their program going," according to
coach Steve Olsen.
The win gives the kickers a 10-5-1.
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