The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 30, 1979-Page 9
BIG TEN ROUNDUP t
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By the Associated Press
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind-Sopho-
more tailback Willy Jones rushed for a
career-high 156 yards and scored twice
on 2-yard runs yesterday as 10th-
ranked Purdue edged Oregon 13-7 in
non-conference college football.
The Boilermakers, taking to the
ground more than usual, lost the ball
twice on fumbles inside the Oregon 10-
JONES, WHO had 30 carries for the
day, scored the winning touchdown
with 4:37 left, climaxing a 16-play, 94-
yard drive during which Purdue con-
verted three times on third-down plays
to keep the push alive. A 14-yard pass
interference play against the Ducks
also helped move Purdue toward
ithe winning score.
Mark Herrmann became Purdue's
all-time leader in pass completions with
his first of the day, moving past the
5,000-yard mark in career passing yar-
dage. He went into the game tied with
Mike Phipps at 375 completions and
finished with 10 for 106 yards.
Nary 13, Ill ois 121
CHAMPAIGN, II1.-Bob Powers
fired a touchdown pass to Dave Dent,
Steve Fehr kicke& two field goals and
Navy's top-ranked defense held off
Illinois for a.. 13-12 college football vic-
The Midshipmen, undefeated in three
games, held Illinois, 1-3, to just three
Big Ten Standings.
first downs and 52 yards in the first
half. But the Illini nearly pulled out the
game in the final minutes.
ILLINOIS SCORED on a 69-yard
drive when Lawrence McCullough hit
Lee Boeke with a 10-yard touchdown
pass to make the score 13-12 with 3:51 to,
play. Illinois tried for the two-point
conversion and McCullough pitched out
to Mike Holmes. He tried to hit Mc-
Cullough in the end zone but the pass
Minnesota 38, N'uestern 8
layed the first-half running of tailback
Marion Barber and the passing of Mark
Carlson into a 38-8 Big Ten victory over
Barber, the Big Ten's 1978 rushing,
champion, ran for 143 yards and three
touchdowns.The 6-2, 215-pound junior
scored on runs of 3, 1 and 3 yards before
sitting out the second half.
CARLSON COMPLETED seven of 13
passes for 104 yards and two touch-
downs. He hit Garry White with a 12-
yard screen pass to give the Gophers a
31-0 halftime lead and his 22-yard
scoring toss to Elmer Bailey early in
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the third quarter made it 38-0.
The Gophers evened their Big Ten
record at 1-1 and are 2-2 overall. Nor-
thwestern, winless in two conference
games, dropped to 1-3 overall.
Colorado 17, Indilna 16
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Jesse John-
son's 30-yard interception return set up
quarterback Bill Solomon with the
tying touchdown yesterday and Tom
Field's extra-point kick lifted Colorado
past Indiana 17-16 in an error-filled
college football game.
Indiana trailed 10-7 at half time after
seven turnovers in a scoreless second
period. The Hoosiers tied the game in
the third quarter on a 23-yard field goal
by Steve Straub and'took the lead with a
touchdown early in the fourth quarter
following a fumble recovery at the Buf-
Iowa 30, Iowa St. 14
IOWA CITY, Iowa-Tailback Dennis
Mosley ran for 229' yards and scored
three touchdowns to lead Iowa to a 30-14
nonconference football victory over
Iowa State yesterday.
Mosley, who carried a school record
39 times, scored on runs of 1 and 18 yar-
ds and caught a 9-yard TD pass from
Pete Gales to give Iowa its first victory
in four starts. Iowa State dropped to 1-2.
Fullback Dean McKillip rambled 27
yards for a touchdown in the fourth
quarter and freshman Reggie Roby ad-
ded a 44-yard field goal to complete the
Ohio St. 17, UCLA 13
LOS ANGELES - Sophomore quar-
terback Art Schlichter guided 14th-
ranked Ohio State 80 yards in the
closing moments and climaxed the
drive by hitting tight end Paul Cam-
pbell with a two-yard touchdown pass
only 46 seconds fromthe end yesterday
as the Buckeyes rallied for a 17-13
college football victory over UCLA.
Schlichter, who completed 13 of 22
passes for 159 yards, hit all six of his
aerial attempts on the winning drive.
The key play was a 22-yard pass from
Schlichter to Gary Williams which gave
the Buckeyes a first down at the UCLA
three-yard line. The winning TD came
two plays late.
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MICHIGAN 14. California 10
Notre Dame 27, Michigan State 3
Ohio State 17, UCLA 13
Purdue 13, Oregon 7
Colorado 17. Indiana 16
Navy 13, Illinois 12
Iowa 30, Iowa State 14
Minnesota 383,Northwestern 8
Wisconsin at San Diego State, night game
Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM
YOU MAY NOTICE the Slippery Rock runner has on some shades, but for he and his mates the result of yesterday's
game just wasn't too cool. For details, see page 10.
YAZ DELIVERS IN EIGHTH:
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Bosox douse Lopez smoke, 8-5
By JON WELLS
Special to The Daily .
DETROIT - Carl Yastrzemski, the
ageless star of the Boston Red Sox,
pushed in the winning run with a pinch-
hit sacrifice fly in the eighth inning
yesterday, as the Red Sox downed the
Tigers 8-5 at Tiger Stadium before a
crowd of 19,907.
The Tiger's ace reliever, Aurelio
Lopez, came on to pitch in the eighth
with the score tied 4-4. 'Senor Smoke'
erased Jim Rice-on a ground out, but hit
Carlton Fisk with a pitch, gave up a
single to Butch Hobson, and walked Jim
Dwyer to load the bases. Yastrzemski
followed with his sacrifice fly to the
warning track in right-center field.
The Red Sox sealed the fate of the fif-
th-place Tigers in the top half of the nin-
th with three more runs off losing pit-
cher Lopez (10-5). Tom Poquette
doubled down the left field line, Dwight
Evans rammed a run-scoring single to
center, -and Fisk unloaded a two-run
homerun off the facing of the upper
deck in left field..
Detroit's starting pitcher, rookie Dan
Petry, pitched respectably over seven
innings, allowing four runs (three of
them earned), seven hits, and striking
out six. Boston starter Steve Renko (11-
9) picked up the victory with seven and
one-third innings of four run, six-hit
On the bright side, Ron Leflore,
Champ Summers, Al Greene, and
Jason Thompson all pounded solo
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homeruns for the Tigers, accounting for
all but one of their runs.
Petry got into early trouble in the fir-
st when he gave up a leadoff double to
Rick Burleson, a single to Poquette and
a sacrifice fly to Fred Lynn. Detroit an-
swered back with a run in their half of
the inning when Lou Whitaker walked,
went to third on a wild pick-off attempt
by Renko, and scored on Gibson's
The Tigers added two unanswered
runs in the second and third innings on
Greene's blast into the upper deck in
right and Leflore's homerun to left.
After Boston got solo runs in the four-
th, fifth and sixth innings to take a 4-3
lead, Summers retied the contest with a
round-tripper into the construction
marred upper deck in right.
The Tigers close out the 1979 season
against the Red Sox tomorrow at 1:30
p:m. at Tiger Stadium. Since the Tigers
are mathematically locked into fifth
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Leflore's bid to pass Kansas City's
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