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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 23, 1979-Page 9
PITT UPSET BY NORTH CAROLINA:
Texas A & M stuns Penn St 274

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Curtis
Dickey gained 184 yards on 31 carries
and ran for touchdowns of 69, 11 and 21
yards as previously winless Texas A&M
upset sixth-ranked Penn State 27-14
yesterday in college football.
Penn State, which opened its season
last week with a 45-10 triumph over
Rutgers, took a 7-0 lead two minutes
and 36 seconds into the first period on a
three-yard run by Booker Moore.
But after that, the Aggies, who had
lost by one point to Brigham Young and
17-7 to Baylor, took command.

Missouri 33, Mississippi 7
JACKSON, Miss. - Quarterback Phil
Bradley passed for one touchdown and
scored another as he revived ninth-
ranked Missouri in the second half as
the Tigers demolished Mississippi's
Rebels 33-7 in a regionally televised
college football battle yesterday.
Missouri, trailing 7-3 at intermission
after two flat quarters, caught fire after
recovering a Rebel fumble on the Ole
Miss 26-yard line as the third period
opened.R
They went on to register three touch-

Birds 'clincJ
Angels wido
By The Associated Press
The Baltimore Orioles clinched the
American League East Division title
yesterday when the second-place
Milwaukee Brewers lost a 6-3 decision
to the Minnesota Twins.
The Brewers are now 10 games
behind the Orioles with eight games to
play. Baltimore has 11 games left, in-
cluding Saturday night's doubleheader
against the Cleveland Indians.
THE CALIFORNIA Angels, mean-
while, opened ground in the AL West by
Hoe They Stand
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
WEST
W IL.Pet. GB
California...............8:1 71 .539 -
Kansas City................. 81 74 .523 2;:.
Minnesota.... ...........81 71 .52:1 211
CALIFORNIA (7)-11OME (4): Texas 1, Sept. 23;
Kansas City 3, Sept. 24. 25 26. AWAY (3): Texas 3.
Sept. 28. 29.30.
KANSAS CITY (7-11ME (:): Oakland :3, Sept.
28., 29.:30. AWAY (4): Oakland I, Sept. 23; Cali-
rernia 3. Sept. 24, 25. 2fi.
MINNESOTA (7)-HOME (6): Chicago 3. Sept.
25. 26, 27; Milwaukee 3, Sept. 28. 29, 30. AWAY
t): Milwaukee I,Sept.2:.
NATIONAL IEAGUE
EAST
Montreal..................91 59 .607 -
Pittsburgh .................. 92 61 .601
PITTSBURGHI (9)-HOME (8) Montreal 4. Sept.
(2), 25. 26; St.- Louis 1, Sept. 27; Chicago 3,
Sept. 28, 29. 30. AWAY (I): Chicago 1, Sept, 23.
IONTREAL (10)-HOME (3): Jhiladelphia 3.
ept. 28, 29, :30. AWAY (7): Philadelphia 4. Sept.
24 (2), 25,.26; Atlanta 2.Sept.27 (2).
WEST
Cincinniati .................. .87 67 .565 -
iouston................... 8568 .556 1.
CINCINNATI (7)-HOME (6): Atlanta 3, Sept.
28, 29.30. AWAY (1): louston 1, Sept. 23.
IOUSTON (8)-IIOME (1): Cincinnati I, Sept. 23.
AWAY (7): Atlanta 4, Sept. 24 (2), 25, 26: Los
Angeles 3. Sept. 28. 29, 30.

en margin
beating the Texas Rangers 3-1 while the
Kansas City Royals were losing 2-0 to
the Oakland A's. The results left the -
pace-setting Angels three games in
front of the Royals.
Hosken Powell and Rob Wilfong each
knocked in two runs in Minnesota's
second straight victory over the
Brewers. Mike Marshall saved Roger
Erickson's third victory with his 32nd
save of the season.
Bobby Grich led off the seventh in-
ning with his 29th home run and Chris
Knapp hurled a five-hitter to pace
California's victory. Matt Keough scat-
tered seven hits to lead Oakland past
Kansas City. The victory was only the
second of the season for Keough, who
had lost 14 straight games at one point.
In the National League, Bruce Kison
and Kent Tekulve combined on a four-
hitter and Phil Garner drove in one run
and scored another as the Pittsburgh
Pirates snapped a three-game losing
streak with a 4-1 victory over the
Chicago Cubs.

downs before Mississippi could
recover.
N. Carolina 17, Pitt 7
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Linebacker,
Buddy Curry intercepted two passes
and ,quarterback Matt Kupec ran for
one touchdown and threw for another to
lead North Carolina to a 17-7 upset vic-
tory over 13th-ranked Pittsburgh
yesterday.
The Tar Heels managed to contain
running back Randy McMillan, who en-
tered the game as the nation's ninth-
leading rusher, and neutralize defen-
sive end Hugh Green.
Dick Crum's unbeaten Tar Heels
maintained control of the football
throughout the game and had Jackie
Sherrill's Panthers operating in, the
shadow of their goal most of the after-
noon.
Oklahoma 49, Tulsa 13
NORMAN, Okla. - Julius Caesar
Watts, the starting quarterback for No.
3-ranked Oklahoma, led a strong
rushing attack as the Sooners romped
to a 49-13 victory over Tulsa in college
football yesterday.
Watts, not considered a powerful
runner, found success with his quarter-
back keeper and led all Sooners'

rushers with 111 yards on 12 carries in a
successful first half.
Halfback Billy Sims, Oklahoma's
1978 Heisman Trophy winner, was held
out over half the game, but scored
twice.
SCORESI
College Football
Texas A&M 27, Penn State 14
North Carolina 17, Pittsburgh 7
Missour 33, Mississippi 7
Oklahoma 49, Tulsa 13
Central Michigan 24. Bowling Green 0
Western Michigan 45, N. Illinois 17
N. Michigan31, Wayne St. 29
Washington 21, Oregon 17
"ornell32, Pennsylvania 2:4
Hlarvard *26, Columbia 7
Holy Cross 35, Rhode Island 6
Princeton 16, Dartmouth )
Rutgers 16, BucknellI14
North Carolina S1.38, W. Virginia 14
Virginia 29. VMI o
Clemson 122. Georgia 7
California 3:3, San ,ose St. 10
Slippery Rock 21, Central Connecticut 15
Illinois St. 24, Eastern Michigan 15
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
National League
Pittsburgh 4, Chicago I
Atlanta 10, San Francisco 2
Philadelphia 9, Montreal 8
St. Louis 3, New York 2
American League
Minnesota , Milwaukee 3
New York 7. Toronto 4
(Cleveland 7, Baltimore :1

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