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10-Sunday, October 14, 1979-The Michigan Daily

BUCKEYES SHA TTER INDIANA:
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MADISON-Defensive end Dave
Ahrens raced 55 yards with an intercep-
tion for the clinching touchdown and
Steve Veith kicked three field goals,
leading Wisconsin to a 38-29 upset of
19th-ranked Michigan State yesterday.
Two fumble recoveries by defensive
end Guy Boliaux set up touchdown runs
by Curtis Richardson and Dave
Mohapp for Wisconsin, 2-4 overall and
1-2 in the Big Ten.
Michigan State, 3-3 for the season and.
1-2 in the conference, dropped its third
game in a row. Sophomore Bryan
Clark, playing because regular quar-
terback Bert Vaughn was sidelined
with a kidney ailment, couldn't rally
the Spa rtans after they lost a 14-3 first
quarter lead.
Veith's third field goal, a 37-yarder
two seconds before halftime, gave the
Badgers the lead for good at 17-14.
Boliaux pounced on a fumble by the
Spartans' Steve Smith at the Michigan

State 18-yard line with five minutes left
in the third quarter. Runs of 8 yards by
quarterback Steve Parish and 5 by
Gerald Green set up Mohapp's 1-yard
scoring run as Wisconsin led 24-14.
Derek Hughes returned the ensuing
kickoff 98 yards to score as the Spar-
tans closed to within 24-21. However,
Wisconsin freshman Troy King retur-
ned the next kickoff 41 yards to the
Spartan 37, and Green scored three
plays later on a 29-yard burst up the
middle for a 31-21 Wisconsin lead.
Ahrens made it 38-21 with his inter-
ception return with 13:27 to play on the

ps, and moved into second place in all-
time conference passing yardage.
Herrmann is now 254 years short of the
Big Ten record of 5,706 held by former
Michigan State quarterback Ed Smith.
Except for a first-quarter touchdown
by Illinois' Wayne Strader following a
Purdue fumble, the Boilermakers had
little trouble with the Illini in the first
half. Illinois move inside the Purdue 10-
yard line three times in the second half,
but came away with only one score-a
5-yard touchdown epass from Tim
McAvoy to Lee Boeke early in the four-
th quarter.

Big Ten Roundup

Vlade Janakie eski booted field goals
of 32 and 35 yards, helping Ohio State to
a 26-0 halftime lead.
Indiana's only score came on Tim
Clifford's two-yard quarterback sneak
for a touchdown with 57 seconds left in
the third quarter. Indiana, a two-
touchdown underdog, did not seriously
threaten until that 80-yard drive.
Iowa 58, Northwestern 6
EVANSTON-Gordy Bohanan passed
for two touchdowns and scored twice
and Dennis Mosley rolled up 160 yards
and added two more touchdowns
yesterday to lead Iowa to a 58-6 victory
over Northwestern.
Bohanan, a junior college transfer
making his first start, didn't play in the
second half. But before departing, he
threw touchdown passes of 44 yards to
Keith Chappelle and 12 yards to Louis
Burke. He also scored on runs of five
and one yards.
Mosley, who went into the game as
the Big Ten's leading rusher, carried 20
times and scored on a pair of one-yard
runs. He set up the first with a 63 yard
run and his second with a 14-yard run.
The victory marked the first time in
15 years that Iowa has won three'
straight in one season and gave the
Hawkeyes a 2-1 record in the Big Ten
and 3-3 overall. Northwestern is 0-4 in
the conference and 1-5 for the season.
The Wildcats finally broke into the
scoring column in the fourth quarter on
a 69-yard pass from Mike Kerrigan to
Steve Bogan.
Mistakes were costly for the Wildcats
who turned the ball over eight times,.

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Spartans' next series. Michigan State
scored with 3:06 left on a 4-yard touch-
down pass from Clark to Eugene Byrd.
Purdue 28, Illinois 14
WEST LAFAYETTE-Quarterback
Mark Herrmann became Purdue's all-
time passing leader yesterday with 114
yards and two touchdowns to Dave
Young as the 20th-ranked Boilermakers
beat Illinois 28-14.
Herrmann, just a junior, pushed his
career total to 5,452 yards, breaking the
school record of 5,423 set by Mike Phip-

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Six Days
in Soweto

Purdue built a 21-7 halftime lead on
Herrmann's first touchdown pass to
Young, a 9-yard toss that capped a 71-
yard drive, and two 2-yard touchdown
runs by Mike Augustyniak and Jimmy
Smith.
The Boilermakers moved steadily on
the ground, with Smith picking up 50 of
his career-high 125 rushing yards on
that drive before Herrmann hit Young
for his second touchdown from the 7.
Purdue raised its Big Ten record to 2-
1 and its overall mark to 4-2. Illinois fell
to 0-3 in the Big Ten and 1-5 for all
games.
Ohio State 47, Indiana 6
COLUMBUS - Quarterback Art
Schlichter, the Big Ten's total offense
leader, accounted for 204 yards yester-
day, leading eighth-ranked Ohio State
to a 47-6 victory ovr Indiana.
The triumph, the Buckeyes' sixth in a
row for new coach Earle- Bruce, kept
the Buckeyes tied for the conference
lead with Michigan at 3-0. The loss
knocked the Hoosiers from a share of
the top spot and gave Indiana records of
4-2 and 2-1.
Schlichter, a sophomore who led the
nation's major college passers two
weeks ago, completed 7 of 12 passes for
136 yards. One of his completions was a
21-yard touchdown to Doug Donley.
Schlichter also ran six yards for a
touchdown and earned 68 yards
rushing.
Fullback Paul Campbell scored on'
runs of two and three yards and Ric
Volley, switched from fullback to
tailback this week, plunged two yards
for another Buckeye touchdown.

BIG TEN

"Six Days in Soweto" is a cinematically stunning
and emotionally powerful film-not merely a
record of rebellion against the violence of apar-
theid, but an insight into the daily lives and
consciousness of the people of Soweto.
VENEZUELA
Venezuela as it*is todoy-an extreme contrast between the wealthy, andthe
poor. Luxury apartment houses ore seen against makeshift shacks called
ronchitos.
LI STENCARACAS is the first documentary
in a series that examines the socio-economic reality of the indigenous groups I
that inhabit the federal territory of the Amazon (Venezuela).
GUATEMALA
The COST OF COTTON is a documentary on the effects of the international
demand for cotton on a developing nation. The cotton workers. Quiche Indians.
imported by the thousands from the distant highlands, are the ones most
immediately affected.

I STANDINGS
Conference All
W L T W L
Ohio State.... 3 0 0 6 0
MICHIGAN .. 3 0 0 5 1
Indiana......21 0 4 2
Purdue......2 1 0 4 2
Iowa ........2 1 0 3 3
Minnesota .... 2 2 0 3 3
Michigan St... 1 2 0 3 3
Wisconsin ... 1 2 0 2 4
Illinois........ 0 3 0 1 5
Northwestern 0 4 0 1 5
Saturday's games
MICHIGAN 31, Minnesota 21
Ohio State 47. Indiana 6
Wisconsin 38, Michigan state 29
Purdue 28. Illinois 14
Iowa 58. Northwestern 6

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