THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, October 31, 1971
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76ERS UPSET KNICKS
Walker keys Piston wine
By The Associated Press ; Keyed on throughout the game, nia 28-0 and knocked the Bears
L I N C O L N - Nebraska's top- Pruitt still managed to rush for out of their pseudo-lead in the
ranked Cornhuskers, pressed by more than 150 yards. Pacific-8 football race.
Oklahoma in the football rating M i 1 d r e n, who seldom passes Jones, alternating at quarter-
game, walloped ninth-ranked CO- since Oklahoma has averaged 487 back with Mike Rae, ran six yards
orado 31-7 yesterday in the stern- yards per game rushing, hit split for the game's first touchdown
est test in an 8-0 season. receiver John Harrison with a 41- with one minute left in the first
"We are really proud of our yard touchdown bomb in the first half.
team for coming through with a quarter and tossed a 27-yard scor-
decisive win over a very fine Col- ing pass to tight end A 1 b e r t Rockets win again
orado team," said Nebraska coach Chandler in the second period. OXFORD, Ohio - The Toledo
Bob Devaney. **Rockets parlayed touchdowns by
The passing of quarterback Jerry Rebels roll junior tailback Joe Schwartz and
Tagge and the running of Jeff JACKSON, Miss. - Sophomore an alert defense to swamp Mid-
Kinney and Johnny Rodgers re- Norris Weese, a Louisiana native, American Conference foe Miami
peatedly provided key gains for engineered Mississippi's ball con- of Ohio 45-6 yesterday and tie the
Nebraska against the fired - up trol offense to perfection yester- NCAA record for the second long-
Buffaloes, day as the revenge-bent Rebels est winning streak-31 games.
Tagge passed to Maury Dam- upset heavily - favored Louisiana
kroger for one Nebraska touch- State, the nation's No: 11 team, Gaters offed
down and sneaked for another. 24-22 in a Southeastern Confer- AUBURNAla- Pat Sullivan,
Kinney, the workhorse rusher, ence football game. coming back strong after a shaky
scored touchdowns on runs of 11 Weese, a 195-pounder from the first half, threw two touchdown
and three yards. New Orleans suburb of Chalmette, pass t ry Beasley as fifth-
pses to Terri ese sffh
A 30-yard pass from Tagge to scored one touchdown on a 14- ranked Auburn walloped Florida
Rodgers highlighted a 65 - yard yard run and kept two other drives 40-7 yesterday in a Southeastern
drive for Nebraska's second touch- moving with his running and pass- Conference football game.
down and established the speedy! ing. Sullivan ran the ball across
flankernas Nebraska'shall-ptime * * * twice in a first half which saw
leading pass receiver. I -dians Florida's passing sensation, John
R~n~e t akP tha measurP of the
By TheAssociated Press
ATLANTA - Jimmy Walker's 33
p o i n t s, including the go-ahead
basket with six minutes left, led
the Detroit Pistons to a 104-99 vic-
tory over the Atlanta Hawks last
The Pistons came from a 14-
point second quarter deficit to go
in front 72-71 on a Walker field
goal late in the third quarter.
Atlanta came back on two Lou
Hudson free throws to take an
86-84 edge midway through the
fourth quarter but Walker's free
throw and basket a few seconds
later put Detroit in front for good.
Hawk center Walt Bellamy led
all scorers with 41 points.
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NEW YORK-Reserve Fred Car-
ter scored the go-ahead points,
then made a key steal with three
minutes left, leading the Phila-
delphia 76ers to a 108-101 victory
over the New York Knicks last
Carter's three-point play pulled
the 76ers into a 97-96 lead with
3:08 left in the game, wiping out
a New York advantage held since
the start of the second period.
Then, the cat-quick guard stole
an in-bounds pass and fed the ball
eto Dave Wohl, who scored another
field goal with 2:58 left.
Luke Jackson put in two foul
shots and Fred Foster, who scored
23 points for the winners, delivered
another foul shot in the closing
minutes to give the 76ers a com-
manding 102-97 advantage.
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Quarter-
Sooners soar back Don Bunce, tossing touch-
NORMAN, Okla. -- Quarterback down passes of 46 and 67 yards,
Jack Mildren fired two touchdown pushed Stanford to within a step
passes and shattered the all-time of a Rose Bowl berth yesterday
Oklahoma individual total offense with an uphill 31-24 Pacific-Eight
record as the second-ranked Soon- Conference football triumph over
ers hammered out a 43-12 victory Oregon State.r
'.:ov er Iowa State yesterday. Stnodsundtecodo
Mildren scored two touchdowns 29a0fyrallynnehind Buc
in the romp as Oklahoma extended a29,e Bed
- "--es its perfect record through sevenY to erase a 24-3 Oregon State lead, 3
Associated Press itgetting the winning touchdown onI
CORNELL'S ED MARINARO scores his first of two touchdowns gadesd a one-yard run by Jackie Brown
in leading his team to a 24-21 victory over Columbia. Marinaro Oklao rhe a 9-6 alf- with 53 seconds remaining.
became the first major collegian to break the 4,000 yard career ning of Mildren and the ground.
rushing barrier with 272 yards yesterday. gaining of halfback Greg Pruitt Bruins benumbed
LOS ANG ELES - buy v Six-
killer threw two touchdown bomu.
and scored a touchdown himselfI
as the Washington Huskies de-
li o SI C U Bfeated UCLA yesterday 23-12.
All of the UCLA scoring came
on four field goals by Efren Her-
CHRISTMAS SKI TRIP TO rera, measuring in order 29, 48,
45 and 43 yards.
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SOUTH BEND-Ed Gulyas, out
DEPARTURE (Detroit Metro) Dec. 27, 1971 five games with injuries, returned
RETURN (Detroit Metro) Jan. 5, 1971and scored the only touchdown
Rr nNotre Dame would have needed
* yesterday in a 21-0 victory overI
Bob Minnix added two more
touchdowns for insurance in a
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CALL 764-2601; P ERSISTENTLY touchdowns yesterday and Bruce
Dyer intercepted two passes as
Southern California beat Califor-
heaves, Lae e easue u 4
flashy Auburn quarterback.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Texas
A&M turned three Arkansas er-
rors into a 17-9 up set of the~
eighth-ranked Razorbacks Satur-
The Angels drove 38 and 47
yards for touchdowns and Pat Mc-
Dermott kicked a 34-yard field
goal following a fumble recovery
at the Arkansas 47 to key the win.E
MONTREAL - On a three-goal!
splurge in three minutes and 14
seconds in the second period,;
along with super goaltending by
Ken Dryden, gave the Montreal
Canadiens a 3-0 decision over the
Detroit Red Wings last night.
It was Dryden's second shut-
out of the season as he turned
back all 38 shots fired at him by
the Red Wings. Joe Daley stopped
24 of 27 the Canadiens fired at him.
Guy Lafleur, Montreal's prize
rookie started the winners off with
his second goal at 10:20 of the
Yvan Cournoyer followed with
his eighth at 11:55 on a power
play with Detroit's Nick Libett in
the penalty box, and Rejean Houll
applied the clincher.
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BALTIMORE - The Baltimore
Bullets outscored Phoenix 8-2 mid-
way in the fourth period to breeze
to a 101-94 victory yesterday.
Dick Van Arsdale, who led Phoe-
nix with 29 points, tied the game
at 86-86 with 5:55 left in the fourth
quarter with a jump shot.
The Bullets then hit four suc-
cessive jump shots to take a 94-86
lead. Phoenix never got closer
thar-ix points the rest of thesway.
Archie Clark of the Bullets led
all scorers with 32 points, nine in
the hectic fourth quarter. In one
of Clark's finest games in his brief
career as a Bullet, he established
three personal season highs, in-
cluding 12 field goals, 24 attempts
and 32 points.
Stars tie Leafs
TORONTO - Murray Oliver's
third period goal gave the Minne-
sota North Stars a 1-1 tie with
the Toronto Maple Leafs last night.
Oliver, a former Leaf, scored
early in the third period to match
Dave Keon's second period goal
for Toronto. The North Stars out-
shot the Leafs 33-26.
After Toronto goalie Bernie
Parent made two good saves on
North Star wingers Dean Prentice
and Bob Nevin, the Leafs got con-
trol in the Minnesota end and
Garry Monahan drifted an easy
shot at North Star goalie Gump
PITTSBURGH - The New York
Rajngers and the Pittsburgh Pen-
guins scrambled to a 1-1 tie for
the second time in a week in :ast
night's hockey game.
Each picked up a goal in the
first period. Then Gilles Villemure,
who made 24 saves for New York,
and Roy Edwards, who came up
with 25 saves for Pittsburgh, shut
Syd Apps put the Penguins ahead
when he put in the rebound of a
shot by Jean Pronovost at 6:08 of
the first period.
Six minutes later, while Jean
Ratelle was sitting out an inter-
ference penalty, Glen Sather, a
former Penguin, stole the puck and
set up Bruce MacGregor for the
HAMPTON, Va. - Larry Jones
scored five points in the final 23
seconds last night to give the
Floridians a 113-109 victory over
the Virginia Squires.
Jones made a layup and a free
throw with 23 seconds to go and
then, when league-leading scorer
Charlie Scott of Virginia missed a
shot, Jones made good on two
more foul shots to put the game
TCU coach dies
By The Associated Press
Football Coach James Noel
"Jim" Pittman of Texas
Christian University collapsed
on the sidelines of the TCU-
Baylor football game last night
and died a short time later in
a Waco hospital.
University of Richmond
football coach Frank Jones was
admitted to a hospital in Hat-
tiesburg, Mississippi after col-
lapsing at his team's game
with the University of Southern
Hospital officials said Jones
was in fair condition, but would
not comment on the nature of
Jones collapsed in front of
his team's bench during the
first quarter of the game.
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PHOENIX FORWARD Mel Counts launches a short jump shot:
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Wes Unseld defends. Counts was successful on the shot but the
Suns were defeated, 101-94.
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By SANDI GENIS
The Wolverine cross country
team took a brief breather from
their rigorous schedule yesterday
to act as host of the i4rst annual
Michigan Postal meet.
In a year of innovation that
has seen the institution of a
cross country schedule on a
varsity basis and a new coach,
the Postal is another in a series
of changes in Dixon Farmer's
attempt to revamp the track
The competition, a "short"
three-mile run, in contrast to
the team's usual six-mile jaunts,
lacked runners, as trackmen
from only the Ann Arbor Track
Club and Shaw and Macomb
Colleges joined the Wolverines.
For the most. part it resembled
an intrasquad scrimmage as the
Michigan thinclads, who out-
numbered their competitors,. fin-
ished in nine of the top ten
As usual, leading the Wolver-
ine contingent, freshman Keith
Brown supplied most of the ex-
citement. Racing on the heels of
Ann Arbor Track Club star Paul
Lightfoot, one of the finest dis-
For the student body:
Sizes 34 to 50
tance runners in the nation,
Brown managed to capture the
lead with about three-fourths of
a lap remaining and held on to
Brown's time of 13:51.8 was
the second fastest .time ever
posted by a Michigan trackman,
a mere second off Jim Dolan's
mark set in 1968.
The freshman's performance,
another in a series of outstand-
ing ones he has turned in
throughout the season, prompt-
ed Coach Farmer to comment
that his pupil must be consider-
ed "one of the most outstanding
runners in the Midwest if not
the most outstanding distance
runner at this stage of his
While Brown was busy dazzl-
ing the crowd, several of the *
other nine Wolverines competing
had spectacular days as a num-
ber of them posted the best
times of their lives for that par-
Sophomore Mike Pierce, who
finished a rather distant second
after Lightfoot failed to finish
the race, posted a lifetime best
with his time of 14:22. Rick
Schott, another sophomore, fin-
ished next with a 14:26 run.
Bill Bolster, Dave Eddy, Dale
Arbour and E r i c Champan
rounded out the top seven com-a
Freshman Mike Taylor and
team- captain Owen McBride
completed the top ten finishers,
ending up ninth and tenth re-
As a result of the all-around
fine performances of the run-#
ners, the Michigan team rolled
up a cumulative time of 70:54.3,
an average of 14:10.9 per man, a
highly respectable clocking for a
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