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Page 8-Sunday, September 30, 1979-The Michigan Daily
Nebraska tames IN

inn's Lions


Kentucky jumped ahead on scoring
runs by quarterback Mike Shutt and
tailback Chris Jones, then relied on a
spirited defense to upset previously un-
beaten Maryland 14-7 in a college foot-
ball game yesterday.
Shutt, forced into action despite a
shoulder injury when starter Randy
Jenkins suffered a broken leg, capped.,
Kentucky's first possession with a
three-yard run, Jones scored in the
second period on a one-yard run that
finished off a 10-play, 52-yard surge by
Kentucky, which won its first game in
three starts. Maryland is 3-1.
Florida St. 17, Va. Teeh 10
BLACKSBURG, Va. - Relief passer
Jimmy Jordan's 18-yard scoring pass to
Jackie Flowers in the second quarter
put 12th-ranked Florida State ahead for
good, and the Seminoles' defense shut
down Virginia Tech's potent ground at-
tack yesterday for a 17-10 football vic-
tory over the Gobblers.
The Seminoles' margin of victory
could have been much greater but for
the thievery of Tech cornerback Paul
Davis, who tied a school record with
three interceptions in the regionally
televised game.
Syrac-uis 52, Wash. St. 25
BUFFALO, N.Y. - Quarterback Bill
Hurley scored two touchdowns and
passed for another and Joe Morris
galloped for two more, including a 48-
yard gamebreaker, as Syracuse whip-
ped Washington State 52-25 in intersec-
tional college football yesterday.
Virginia 30, Duke 12
Virginia's Cavaliers, with Tony
Vigorito and Greg Taylor each rushing
for more than 100 yards for the second
week in a row, used a 17-point second
quartet as the springboard to a 30-12
Atlantic Coast Conference victory over
Duke's Blue Devils yesterday.
Ga. Tech 33, Win. & Mary 7
ATLANTA - Mike Kelley hurled two
touchdown passes and defensive end
Rick Olive recovered a fumble in the
end zone for another touchdown as
Georgia Tech erupted for three third-

quarter scores within six minutes to
down William & Mary 33-7 in college
football yesterday.
Wash. 49, Fresno St. 14
SEATTLE - Quarterback Tom
Porras passed for one touchdown and
ran for another in the opening half
yesterday to lead the ninth-ranked
Washington Huskies to a 49-14 romp
over Fresno State.
The Huskies, 4-0, trailed the Bulldogs

14-7 after one period but reverted to:
form in the second quarter, exploding
for 21 points, and led 28-14 at halftime.
Tailback Joe Steele, Washington's,
all-time career rushing leader, broke
the contest wide open for a 69-yard;'
touchdown run with just 1:20 gone in the"
second half.
Porras, who played only in the first
half; completed 11 of 16 passes for 158
yards, including a 23-yard touchdown,
pass to Paul Skansi in the second quar'

Daily Photo by JIM KRUZ

SHIPPENSBURG'S John Paven lunges at Slippery Rock's Mike Sachire
as Sachire makes a hasty pass attempt during yesterday's 45-14 Shippens-
burg victory.


Pirates choke, Expos hang tough
By The Associated Press
MONTREAL - Pinch-hitter Dave (hib ago 7, Pittsburgh 6 The Expos will play a make-up
Cash cracked a ninth-inning single to Stargell's doubleheader in Atlanta Mondy-
score pinch-runner Tim Raines from PITTSBURGH - Willie unless they lose Sunday while the
+h;~,i +ta - -~+~,throwing error allowed Mick Kelleher Pirates win.

tnirq yesterday as the Montreal Expos
kept alive their National League East
Division title hopes with a 3-2 triumph
over the Philadelphia Phillies.
Andre Dawson and John Tamargo
had RBI singles in the first inning and
the Expos nursed a 2-1 lead into the
ninth inning. But the Phillies tied the
score on a pinch-hit, ninth-inning RBI
single by Tim McCarver to set up the
Expos' winning ninth.

to score the'winning run in the 13th in-
ning as the Chicago Cubs beat Pit-
tsburgh 7-6 yesterday, and stalled the
Pirates' bid for the National League
East title.
Second-place Montreal beat
Philadelphia 3-2 earlier Saturday, so
the Pirates' lead was cut to one game
and their title-clinching magic number
remained at two.

Atlanta 2, Cinceinnatti 0

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CINCINNATI - Larry McWilliams
and Gene Garber held a makeshift Cin-
cinnati lineup in check on five hits as
t the Atlanta Braves defeated the Reds 2-
0 yesterday.
The Reds, who clinched the National
League West title Friday night, played
few of their front-liners.
New York 8, St. Louis 7
ST. LOUIS - Dan Norman and Lee
Mazzilli each belted three-run homers
and Norman added an RBI single,,
pacing the New York Mets to an 8-7
triumph yesterday over the St. Louis"
C;lerelnd 4, Baltimiore 1
CLEVELAND - Cliff Johnson
socked a three-run homer to back the
combined four-hitter of Dan Spillner
and Sid Monge as the Cleveland Indians
beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-1 yester-
Spillner, 9-5, gave up a solo homer to
Billy Smith in the fourth inning, but*
Johnson's pinch-hit homer in the seven-
th handed Mike Flanagan, 23-9, the loss.
Flangan gave up only four hits in his.'
seven-inning stint.



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College Football
Shippensburg State 45. Slippery Rock 14
Kentucky,14. Maryland 7
North Carolina State 17. Wake Forest 14
Florida State 17. Virginia Tech 14)
Nebraska 42. Penn State 17
Virginia 30, Duke 12
Georgia Tech 3. William and Mary 7
Brown 31, Rhode Island 1:1
Cornell 26. Colgate 21
Dartmouth 10. New Hampshire 10
Lafayette 14. Columbia 7
Massachussetts 20. Harvard 7
Yale 24. Connecticut 17
Alabama 66.Vanderbilt 3
Bowling Green 15. Western Michigan 3
Central Michigan 19, Miami 18
Texas 21. Missouri 0
Washington 49, Fresno'State 14



American League
Milwaukee 11, Minnesota S
New York 9,Toronto 4
Boston S, Detroit 5
Cleveland 4. Baltimore I
National league
Montreal 3. Philadelphia 2
Atlanta 2. Cincinnati 0
New York 8. St. Louis 7

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