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Page 10-Sunday, September 9, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Purdue bombs

By the AssociatedPress
Mark Herrmann passed for 291 yards
and four touchdowns yesterday, in-
cluding two apiece to ends Raymond
Smith and Dave Young, as sixth-ranked
Purdue belted Wisconsin 41-20 in their
Big Ten conference football opener.
The Boilermakers also scored on a
fumble recovery by center Pete Quinn
in the Wisconsin end zone and on a 1-
yard run by freshman tailback Jimmy
Four Purdue pass interceptions kept
the Boilermakers in good field position
much of the game, while the.Wisconsin
offense was keyed mainly by freshman
tailback Chucky Davis, who scored the
Badgers' first two touchdowns.
Purdue built a 21-0 lead before Davis'
first touchdown on an 18-yard run in the
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second quarter. Then, after a 73-yard
pass play from Herrmann to Raymond'
Smith made it 35-7 midway through the
third period, Davis scored on a 13-yard
Jimmy Smith returned the following
kickoff 67 yards to the Wisconsin 31-
yard line and five plays later Herrmann
hit Young on a 9-yarder for his fourth
touchdown pass.
The 291 yards, achieved on 20 of 26
pass attempts, gave the 6-foot-5 juior
4,648 for his career, moving him past
former Boilermaker Bob Griese into
third place in career passing yardage
by Big Ten quarterbacks. Herrmann,
who left the game late in the final
period, now trails only Michigan State's
Ed Smith and Purdue's Mike Phipps.
Wisconsin's final touchdown, early in
the fourth quarter, came on a 2-yard
run by fullback Dave Mohapp, capping
a 72-yard drive in 13 plays.
Michigan St. 33, Illinois 16
EAST LANSING--Swedish side-
winder Morten Andersen kicked four
field goals and Bert Vaughn threw for
two touchdowns yesterday as Michigan
State swamped Illinois 33-16 in a Big
Ten football opener.
Andersen's three-pointers included a
52-yard strike on the last play of the fir-
st half which gave the heavily favored
Spartans their first lead of the game,
Vaughn, starting for only the second
time, threw a 32-yard touchdown pass
to Samson Howard late in the first half
and hit Mark Jones for a score from 29
yards out in the final quarter.
Tailback Mike Holmes scored both
Illini touchdowns, one on a 75-yard
scamper in the second quarter and the
other on a 2-yard plunge in the fourth.
Andersen, who attended high school
in Indianapolis on a foreign exchange
program, had a 45-yard field goal in the
first quarter,a 22-yarder in the third
and a 19-yarder in the fourth.
Indiana 30, Iowa 26
IOWA CITY - Tim Clifford teamed
up with tailback Lonnie Johnson on a
66-yard scoring pass with 58 seconds
left in the game yesterday to give In-
diana a 30-26 victory over Iowa in a Big
Ten Conference opener.
Johnson's score was his third of the
day and capped a four-touchdown
second half outburst that brought In-
diana back from a 26-3 haltime deficit,
spoiling the debut of Iowa Coach
Hayden Fry.
The come-from-behind victory also
soured an outstanding performance by
Iowa tailback Dennis Mosley, who tied
a school record by scoring four touch-
downs and rushed for 142 yards.
Indiana struck for the winning touch-
down after Steve Straub missed a 22-
yard field goal attempt that would have
tied the score with 2:41 left. Iowa had to
punt after the miss, and on Indiana's
first play, Clifford dumped a short pass
to Johnson in the left flat, and he raced
untouched down the sideline for the
winning score.

Johnson started Indiana's comeback
by grabbing a pass from Clifford and
racing 51 yards for a touchdown with
10:39 left in the third quarter. The 210-
pound junior then scored on a one-yard
run on the first play of the fourth quar-
ter to cut Iowa's lead to 26-16 and Clif-
ford dove in from the one with 11:21 left
in the game, and after Straub's extra
point kick, the Hoosiers trailed only 26-



Orangemen, a two-touchdown under-
After Schlichter passed to Barwig,
fullback.Paul Campbell ran three yar-
ds, and tailback Calvin Murray two
yards for Ohio State touchdowns in the
first half.
Vlade Janakievski booted a 22-yard
field goal in the third quarter, and
reserve tailback Jim Gayle bolted 2.

AP Phot,
MICHIGAN STATE'S Derek Hughes (42) flips over Illinois' inside linebacker
Jack Squirek (34) during a one yard touchdown run in the third quarter
at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing yesterday. The final score posted MSU
on top by a 33-16 margin.

Ohip State 31, Syracuse S
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Sophomore
quarterback Art Schlichter passed for
one touchdown. yesterday in Ohio
State's 31-8 college football opener over
Syracuse, making Earle Bruce a win-
ner in his first game as Woody Hayes'
The Buckeyes, playing before their
64th straight home sellout, more than
86,000, breezed into a 21-0 halftime lead
and were never threatened by the



yards for a touchdown in the final qua-
ter for the Buckeyes, playing without
Hayes for the first time in 29 seasons.
Syracuse's lone touchdown* came on
quarterback Bill Hurley's three-yard
run late in the third quarter.
Minnesota 24, Ohio U. 10
MINNEAPOLIS - Tailback ,Marion
Barber ran two yards for a touchdown
on the first play of the fourth quarter
and passed for another touchdown, lie-
ting Minnesota to a 24-10 victory over
stubborn Ohio University in the season
opener for both clubs yesterday.
Paul Rogind had kicked a 27-yard
field goal with 2:13 left in the third
quarter to tie the game 10-10, and on the
first play after the kickoff, Keith Ed-
wards recovered a fumble by Tony
Carifa to give the Gophers the ball at
the Bobcat 33.
Barber, the Big Ten's leading rusher
in 1978, scored six plays later on a quick
burst up the middle. Then with 4:54 left
in the game, he hit Roy Artis with an
option pass for a 35-yard touchdown to
help give Joe Salem a victory in his
debut as Minnesota's new head coach.
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The HP-41C
A Calculator-A System-A Whole New Standard

7:00 p.m. Monday
September 10
Michigan Union
Anderson Room

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