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Page 8-Sunday, October 14, 1979-The Michigan Daily
NCAA ROUNDUP:
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MICHIGAN UNION
SEVENTY FIFTH
ANNIVERSARY

One famous incident on the Union's history occurred
on October 14, 1960 when Presidential candidate
John F. Kennedy stood on the front steps and first
proposed the Peace Corps. The spot is now marked
by a Medallion.

By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - Quarterback Turk
Schonert threw two touchdown passes
and ran for another score yesterday as
Stanford rallied from a 21-0 halftime
deficit and earned a 21-21 tie with top-
ranked Southern California.
Both teams missed field goal attem-
pts in the closing minute of the game.
Stanford's Ken Naber was short on a 53-
yard try with 43 seconds left and
Southern Cal's Eric Hipp had a 39-yard
kick blocked after holder Jeff Fisher
fumbled the snap as time ran out.
Schonert, scrambling under a heavy
Southern Cal pass rush, darted 14 yards
for the Cardinals' final touchdown with
4%/ minutes left and Naber kicked the
conversion as Stanford snapped the
Trojans' 13-game winning streak dating
back to last year.
The Cardinals are 3-2-1 and 1-0-1 in
Pac-10 play. The Trojans are 5-0-1 and
2-0-1 in conference action.
Charles White gave Southern Cal a 7-0
lead on an eight-yard scoring run to cap
a 72-yard march after the opening
kickoff. He tallied again in the second
quarter on a one-yard burst, making it
14-0.
Marcus Allen dashed 15 yards
making it 21-0 midway in the second
quarter.
Texas 16, Oklahoma 7
DALLAS - Senior tight end Steve
Hall's fir-st collegiate touchdown, on an
acrobatic one-handed stab of a wobbly
two-yard Donnie Little pass, staked the
fourth-ranked Texas Longhorns to a 16-
7 victory yesterday over the No. three-
ranked Oklahoma Sooners in a battle of
unbeatens.
Hall, a second-stringer from Broken
Arrow, Okla., out-jumped Sooner
linebacker George Cumby with a left-
handed grab just 2:00 before the end of
the first half.
It gave Texas a 10-7 lead and the
Longhorn defense, No., 1 in the country,
made the play stand against the
awesome Oklahoma offensive arsenal,
which had averaged 45 points a game.
The Longhorn defense, led by tackles
Steve McMichael and Bill Acker,
shackled Heisman Trophy winner Billy
Sims, who gained only 73 yards in 20
carries. It was the first time in 14
games Sims, whose longest run was 16
yards, had failed to gain 100 yards.
Sims suffered the indignity of fum-
bling away the Sooners' last chance late
in the fourth quarter to Longhorn

defensive end Tim Campbell at the
Sooner 30. Sims' fumble led to a 38-yard
game-clinching field goal by barefoot
kicker John Goodson, who had earlier
connected from 37 to 23 yards.
Georgia 21, LSU 14
ATHENS. - Georgia erupted for two
touchdowns early in the third quarter
on an 11-yard pass from Buck Belue to
Carmon Prince as the Bulldogs upset
13th-ranked Louisiana State 21-14 in
Southeastern Conference football
yesterday.
The Bulldogs survived a fourth quar-
ter comeback by the Bayou Bengals,
who drove 80 yards for one score and
had another threat die at the Georgia 22
when Scott Woerner recovered a fum-
ble with a little more than two minutes
remaining.
Simon's touchdown run came with
12:32 left in the third quarter after Jeff
Hipp had recovered an LSU fumble at
the Tiger 37.
Belue's scoring pass to Prince came
on the possession after an LSU punt and
staked Georgia to a 21-7 advantage.
Georgia, 2-3 for the season and 2-0 in
the SEC, got its first touchdown on a 13-
yard run by Anthony Arnold to cap a 31-
yard drive with only 2:01 left in the
opening half.
Alabama 40, Florida 0
GAINESVILLE - Second-string
quarterback Don Jacobs set up one
touchdown with a 24-yard run after a
fake punt alignment and bolted 73 yards
for a third-period score, leading second-
ranked Alabama to a 40-0 romp yester-
day over winless and punchless
Florida.
Jacobs' fourth-down run after
Alabama shifted out of punt formation
set up Steadman Shealy's three-yard
touchdown and Shealy's nifty running
set up Steve Whitman's five-yard
plunge as the Crimson Tide took a 14-0
first-quarter lead and coasted to its fif-
th triumph of the season and 14th in a
row.
Wake Forest 24,
N. Carolina 19
CHAPEL HILL - Tailback James
McDougald scored two touchdowns on
short runs and quarterback Jay Venuto
threw a 60-yard scoring bomb as Wake
Forest stunned 14th-ranked North
Carolina 24-19 in an Atlantic Coast Con-
ference football game yesterday.
McDougald, a senior, broke a 10-10 tie
in the fourth quarter by plunging one
yard for his second touchdown.
Venuto, who picked holes in the North
Carolina defense all day with his

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MISSOURI NOSE GUARD Norman Goodman (98) gets a tight grip on Okla-
homa State running back Steve Hammond (35). Hammond gained 3 yards
before the tackle yesterday afternoon, in a game which saw.the Cowboys
upset the 15th-ranked Tigers, 14-13.

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passing, sealed the game with 8:30
remaining with a 60-yard pass play to
fullback Albert Kirby, making it 24-10.
North Carolina fought back late in the
fourth quarter as quarterback Matt
Kupec threw a five-yard scoring pass to

end Mike Chatham. His score capped a
72-yard drive and made the score 24-17.
It was Chatham's second touchdown
reception of the day. In the third quar-
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TEMPE, Ariz. (AP)-Arizona State
football coach Frank Kush, who was
accused of punching one of his players
and forcing him to quit the team last
year, was fired yesterday after 25 years
at the helm of the Sun Devils.
Kush, at a hastily called news co,
ference only hours before his team wa
to play Washington in a Pac-14 Con-
ferenced game, said ASU athletic direc-
tor Dr. Fred Miller advised him that he
would be dismissed.
KUSH SAID he was fired because,
Miller did not believe him when he

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denied punching former Arizona State
punter Kevin Rutledge.
Attorneys for Rutledge have filed a $1
million lawsuit against Kush and the
school over the incident.
Bob Owens, ASU defensive coor-
dinator and a veteran of 11 years on the
Sun Devils' coaching staff, was named
to coach the team at least for last
night's game.
Kush's prepared statement read:
"WHAT I CANNOT accept is the
manner in which this matter was han.
died.
"No one can contradict rumors, in-,
nuendos, or untruths. That is why I feel
so personally hurt and troubled at the
action taken this weekend by Dr.
Miller.
"I am told that the reason I am being
fired is that Dr. Miller did not believe
me when I denied punching Kevin
Rutledge at the Washington game last
year in Seattle.
"THIS MATTER is in litigation, and I
expected that Dr. Miller and the
university would at least allow me to
respond to these charges in court before
taking such actions.
"I have been given no opportunity to
question my -Ccusers."

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SCORES
Nebraska 42. Kansas 0
Ohio U. 9, Miami (O.) 7
Notre Dame 28, Air Force 13
Arkansas 20. Texas Tech 6
Oklahoma State 14. Missouri 13
Iowa State 7, Kansas State 3
Houston 17, Texas A&M 14
Texas 16, Oklahoma 7
California 45, Oregon State 0
S. Illinois 31, Wichita State 7
Southern Cal 21, Stanford 21
Washington State 17, UCLA 14
Youngstown State 24, N. Michigan 23
Dayton 36, Evansville 7
Central Michigan 31, N. Illinois lI
Akron 24. E. Michigan 12
Bowling Green 28, Kent State 17
Georgia 21. LSU 14
Wake Forest 24. N. Carolina 19
N. Carolina St. 7. Maryland 0
Auburn 52, Vanderbilt 35
Alabama 40, Florida 0
Brigham Young 48, Utah State 24
Florida State 17. Mississippi State 14
Kentucky 14. Mississippi 3
Toledo 17. W. Michigan1 0
Penn State 24, Army 3
Clemson 21, Virginia Tech 0
Tennessee 31. Georgia Tech 0

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