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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 16, 1979-Page 11

Bucks rally behind Schlichter

By The Associated Press
aMINNEAPOLIS - Sophomore quar-
terback Art Schlichter ran 32 yards for
a touchdown early in the fourth quarter
ard then passed for a two-point conver-
sion, rallying No. 15-ranked Ohio State
to a .21-17 Big Ten victory over upset-
minded Minnesota yesterday.
.Minnesota jumped to a 14-0 first quar-
ter lead and led 17-7 at the half. But the
Buckeyes completely dominated the
second half.
who led all rusher with 213 yards, ran 29
yards for a TD and also scored on a 16-
yard pass from Mark Carlson as Min-
nesota assumed its surprising 14-point
But Schlichter, who completed eight
of 12 pass attempts and rushed for 86
yards, fired a 38-yard scoring pass to
Tyrone Hicks in the second quarter to
cut the margin to seven points.
Minnesota's Paul Rogind booted a 44-
yard field goal with just six seconds left
in the half to make it 17-7.

and raced untouched into the end zone
for the winning touchdown. His pass to
tight end Bill Jaco then gave the
Buckeyes a four-point cushion.
Michigan St. 41, Oregon 17
EAST LANSING - Tailback Derek
Hughes rani for three touchdowns
yesterday, one of them a 100-yard
kickoff return, as 10th-ranked Michigan
State swamped Oregon 41-17 in a non-
conference college football game.
Tailback Steve Smith ran for a fourth
TD and placekicker Morten Andersen
booted two field goals against the
scrappy Ducks.
HUGHES' electrifying third-quarter
kickoff return, which broke a 33-year
Michigan State kickoff return record,

following penetrations to their nine and
four-yard lines.
Indiana 44, Vanderbilt 13
BLOOMINGTON - Quarterback
Tim Clifford ran for two touchdowns
and passed to Steve Corso for another
yesterday as Indiana routed Vanderbilt
44-13 in a non-conference college foot-
ball game.
The Hoosiers also scored twice
following pass interceptions, including
one on a 70-yard return by cornerback
Tim Wilbur. A 27-yard touchdown pass
to Corso, son of Indiana Coach Lee Cor-
so, also-was set up by Wilbur's fumble
recovery at the Vanderbilt 22 late in the
third quarter.
THE HOOSIERS, winning their
second straight game of the season,

Big Ten Roundup

broke the game open after the Ducks
had narrowed the score to 20-17 on an
eight-yard run by tailback Dwight
Oregon kicker Doug Jollymour put
the Ducks in front 3-0 on a 39-yard field
goal. But Andersen tied it 3-3 with a 30-
yard boot after the Spartans intercep-
ted a Reggie Ogburn pass.
Hughes' first TD came on a two-yard
run, three seconds into the second quar-
ter. Eugene Byrd took a 41-yard scoring
pass from Bert Vaughn but Ogburn hit
split end Rich Ward with a 20-yard
scoring pass play to make it 17-10. An-
derson kicked a 51-yard field goal at the
end of the half before Robertson closed
the gap.
HUGHES ADDED a three-yard score
in the fourth period to put the game out
of reach for Michigan State, now 2-0.
Wisconsin 38, Air Force 0
MADISON - Freshman Chucky
Davis scored first quarter touchdowns
on runs of 29 and two yards and fresh-
man Gerald Green raced 37 yards for
another score, leading Wisconsin to a
38-0 college football victory over Air
Force yesterday.
Wisconsin, 1-1, added a pair of fourth
quarter touchdowns on a 40-yard
scrimmage run by freshman John
Williams and a 49-yard punt return by
co-captain Tom Stauss.
THE BADGERS clinched the victory
after stopping Air Force on downs

built a 23-7 halftime lead on touchdown
runs by Clifford and tailback Lonnie
Johnson, plus a 31-yard field goal by
Steve Straub. Wilbur's long intercep-
tion return, a sideline-to-sideline
scramble, and, the touchdown pass to
Corso made it 37-7 after three periods.
Reserve tailback Jerry Bowers ad-
ded another Indiana touchdown on a
three-yard run early in the fourth quar-
ter. Bowers picked up 62 of Indiana's 77
yards in that scoring drive.
Vanderbilt, losing its season opener,
scored its only touchdown of the first
half on a two-yard run by quarterback
Van Heflin early in the second quarter.
Then, with six seconds left in the game,
Marcus Williams capped an 80-yard
drive by scoring on a one-yard run
against the Indiana reserves.
Oklahoma 21, Iowa 6
NORMAN - Kelly Phelps briefly ad-
ded some muscle to a disjointed
Oklahoma offense as the No. 3-ranked
Sooners took a 21-6 football win over the
Iowa Hawkeyes here yesterday.
Iowa started the scoring in the first
quarter when quarterback Phil Suess
hit a short pass to Mosley in the end
zone. Then the Hawkeyes protected
that lead until only four minutes
remained before the half.
Sooner starting quarterback J. C.
Watts was shaken up briefly and was
replaced by Phelps, who started a

Sooner scoring drive witha pass to tight
end Forrest Valora for a 27-yard gain.
Three plays later, Phelps kept the ball
and raced 18 yards to set up an easy
one-yard scoring dive by 1979 Heisman
Trophy winner Billy Sims.
The Sooners finally awakened in the
fourth quarter, scoring on a one-yard
run by Watts. Then Sims put it away
with a three-yard jaunt.
Iowa offensive char'ge, picking 74 yards
by halftime, compared with Sims' 36-
yard performance: Shaw kept things
going for the Hawkeyes defensively by
blocking a Sooner punt and knocking
the ball loose from Sims to give Iowa
another possession.
The Sooners lost momentum on two
other long drives when kicker John
Hoge missed field goal attempts of 47
and 34 yards.
Northwestern 27, Wyoming 22
EVANSTON - Freshman fullback
Keith Dennis scored twice on one-yard
runs as Northwestern, capitalizing on
Wyoming's mistakes, snapped an 11-.
game college football losing streak with
a 27-22 victory yesterday.
NORTHWESTERN, which evened its
record at 1-1, was spurred by the
passing of sophomore quarterback
Mike Kerrigan and took advantage of
Wyoming errors for 13 of its points.
Wyoming lost three fumbles, quarter-
back Phil Davis had two passes inter-
cepted and the Cowboys were hit by a
critical pass interference penalty.
Missouri 14, Illinois 6
CHAMPAIGN - Gerry Ellis, a 220-
pound power runner, blasted for touch-
down runs of 19 and 24 yards, and
gained 170 yards in 22 carries yesterday
to lead 11th-ranked Missouri to a hard-
earned 14-6 victory over Illinois.
The Tigers scored first in the third
quarter. Ellis rambled across from the
19-yard line and Jeff Brockhaus kicked
the point.
ILLINOIS CAME right back with a
79-yard touchdown march in 12 plays
with Holmes going over from the three-
yard line. But Kirk Bostrom's attem-
pted conversion was hooked wide to the
Missouri wasted no time in getting
that touchdown back on an 80-yard
march with Ellis taking a pitch from
quarterback Phil Bradley and ripping
around left end for 24 yards and the
clinching touchdown.

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Big Ten
Indiana ....................... 1 0
Michigan .....................i 0
Michigan State'................ 1 0
Purdue ....................... 1 0
Ohio State ..................... 1 0
Minnesota.................0 1
Illinois...... ............ 0 1
Iowa.......................... 0 1
Northwestern..............0 1.
Wisconsin ..................... 0 1


Yesterday's Results
Notre Dame 12, MICHIGAN 10
Ohio State 21, Minnesota 17
Michigan State 41, Oregon 17
Northwestern 27, Wyoming 22
Indiana 44, Vanderbilt 13
Missouri 14, Illinois 6
Oklahoma 21, Iowa 6
Wisconsin 38, Air Force 0
Next Week's Games
Kansas at MICHIGAN
Syracuse at Northwestern
Miami at Michigan State
Minnesota at Southern California
Illinois at Air Force
Kentucky at Indiana
UCLA at Wisconsin
Notre Dame at Purdue
Washington State at Ohio State
Nebraska at Iowa

Art Schlichter

CALVIN MURRAY scored on a one-
yard run to cap a 37-yard drive
following a 32-yard punt return by Mike
Guess with 7:24 to go. The conversion
attempt was missed, however, leaving
Opio State with a 17-13 deficit, but
Sghlichter took care of that on the
Buckeyes' next series of downs.
The 6-foot-2, 200-pound field general
muoved his team 73 yards in seven plays,
highlighted by a 29-yard pass to Chuck
Hjnter which gave Ohio State a first
down at the Minnesota 32.
On the next play, Schlichter skirted
the left end, cut back against the grain

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Forgotten' linksters
are fifth in tourney

NORMAL, Ill. - On a typical football
weekend, most other Michigan
athletics are put on the back burner.
When a team like Notre Dame comes to
town, everything else virtually disap-
pears from the minds of Michigan spor-
ti fans.
Even golf, hardly a big spectator
sport in the college ranks, must contend
with the fact that any news made will
be relegated to the lower echelons of the
sports page. However, women's golf
still carries on with fortitude and vigor
resplendent of Michigan tradition.
Tom Simon's crew currently must
battle all these odds - as well as a few
other golf teams - in the Illinois State
Invitation tournament held inNormal,
Illinois. .

Wolverines round out the top five with a
cumulative 337 score, well within
striking distance offirst place.
Four Wolverines broke 90 for the day.
Elaine Crosby blazed the way with an
81. Linda Drillock, Robin Sabota and
Alison Smith also conquered the course
at 83, 86and 87,;respectively.
The second and final round will be
played today, and ABC-TV announced
it will not show the competition on
either regional or national network.
-Daily Sports

Purdue at UCLA, late
USC42, Oregon State 5
Wake Forest 22, Georgia 21
Maryland 19, Clemson 10
Penn State 45, Rutgers 10
Syracuse 24, W. Virginia 14
Miami (0.) 15, Kentucky 14
Ohio U. 20, Eastern Michigan 7
VMI 17, Richmond 7
Duke 28, Eastern Carolina 14
Navy 26, Citadel 7
Temple 43, Drake 21
Florida Stater31, Arizona State 3
Grambling 40, Alcorn State 6
American League
Detroit 4-1, New York 3-7
Toronto 5, Cleveland 2
Chicago 3, Oakland0
National League
Pittsburg 5, New York 4
Montreal2-1, St. Louis 14
Cincinnati 2, Los Angeles 1
Philadelphia 8, Chicago 1


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