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Page Eight

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 7, 1971

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 7, 1971

Cornhuskers

crush

By The Associated Press
LINCOLN - Johnny Rodgers
scored two touchdowns, including.
a 62-yard punt runback, and Ne-
braska's strong defense throttled
Iowa State yesterday as the top-
ranked Cornhuskers coasted to a
37-0 Big Eight football victory.
Rodgers scored Nebraska's first
touchdown on a 10-yard end around
in the first quarter, and his bril-
liant broken field punt return late
in the second quarter helped Ne-
braska to a 20-0 halftime lead.
Sophomore Rich Sanger booted-
field goals of 26, 27 and 39 yards
when Iowa State's stingy defense
gave up yardage to the Cornhusk-
ers but stiffened when Nebraska
threatened to score.
Meanwhile, the ferocious Corn-
husker defense led by end Willie
Harper and middle guard Rich
Glover intercepted three passes to
set up Nebraska's touchdowns and
allowed Iowa State just 106 yards
total offense.

yardage rushes yesterday, but
came up with two long runs and
Jack Mildren's 44-yard pass to Al-
bert Chandler for a 20-3 Big Eight
Conference victory over Missouri.
Linebacker Mark Driscoll grab-
bed Greg Hill's blocked 28-yard
field goal attempt and rambled 78
yards for a first period touchdown.
After Hill's 34-yard field goal
cut the margin to 6-3, Roy Bell
broke through Missouri's tough de-
fense and rced 78 yards two
scrimmage plays later.
Mildren, who in previous games
had been extremely successful with
the wishbone triple option, turned
mostly to straight-ahead power
plays with Leon Crosswhite, Greg
Pruitt and Bell slamming into the
line time after time.
S* *
Nittany Lions roar
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. - Ly-
dell Mitchell, displaying brilliant
runningy ability. scored five touch-

pound Mitchell ran for 126 yards
and scored four times as the Lions
built a 28-13 lead.
He broke the Penn State career
rushing yardage and the season
rushing records, both held by Len.
ny Moore.
On the first Penn State pay
from scrimmage, Mitchell scam-
pered off tackle 33 yards for a
touchdown.
Later he added a one-yard
touchdown burst and two more
touchdown runs from the 3-yard
line. He scored from the f-ur in
the second half.
* * *

yard touchdown run capped
of 77 yards.
In the next 17 minutes, t]
defense held Pitt without
down, while Notre Dame in
its lead to 28-0, en route
seventh triumph againstc
feat.
Notre Dame's first two
downs came on runs of n
six yards by Parker. Guly
scored three straight touc
on one-yard runs.

Iowa
a drive Auburn ambles
he Irish AUBURN-Pat Sullivan te
a first up with Terry Beasley for
cressed touchown passes and three;
to its other to Dick Schmalz to giv
one de- burn a 30-21 football victory
terday over Mississippi Stat(
touch- Mississippi State scored
ine and times in the final three m
as then of the Southeastern Confe
chdowns game on passes by substitute
terback Billy Baker.

tate
Fifth-ranked Auburn displayed
an improving ground game as
amed Tommy Lowry broke loose for sev-
two eral long runs, including one
N ali- touchdown sprint which went 28
e Au- yards.
yes- Mississippi State went scoreless
e. until Baker threw a 19-yard touch-
three down pass to Jay Hughes with
Minutes, 2:41 left in the game. Then before
rerce the Auburn defenders could regain
quar- their balance, Baker threw an her
to Bill Buckley for nine yards.

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BLUES WIN 25-13:

Rice knots Razorbacks
HOUSTON-Bill McClard booted ' Rg e s
a pressure-cooker 45-yard field goal
as time ran out in the game to
give the Arkansas Razorbacks a By CHUCK DRUKIS
24-24 tie with Rice yesterday after Despite the hyperborean weath-
the Owls had stormed to a second- er yesterday afternoon, Michigan's
half lead on two touchdown passes Rugby Football Club burned the

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M *downs, rushed for 209 yards and
Oakies clip Mizzou broke two more Penn State records
as the Nittany Lions smothered
COLUMBIA, Mo.-Second-ranked Maryland 63-27 yesterday.
Oklahoma resorted mostly to short-' In the first half alone, the 200-

by Bruce Gadd.-
,The aroused Owls took a 24-13
lead early in the fourth quarter:
when Gadd threw a 34-yard touch-
down strike to split end Bob
Brown.
But Arkansas quarterback Joe
Ferguson, the Southwest Confer-
ence's leading passer, whipped the
Razorbacks on a 53-yard drive to
pull Arkansas to a 24-21 deficit
with seven minutes to play. Tail-
back Mike Saint went the final
yard.
Irish club Pitt
PITTSBURGH - Eight - :anked
Notre Dame parlayed a trcng
defense and pile-driving running of
Ed Gulyas and Larry Parker into
a 56-7yvictory over Pitt yesterday.
Only 4:33 had elapsed in the
first period when Parker's nine-
ti r ni 6 t. 1

Indiana Hoosiers twice 25-13 and
8-3.
The Blue team scorched In-
diana for 25 points in the first
half, and then complacently held
on in the second half for their
sixth win in nine fixtures while
the Gold scored a try in each half
to extirpate their seventh victory
in nine encounters.
Ron Smith, Michigan's blind
side wing, electrified a rather
sparse crowd of avid rugby fans
early in the first half with a 65
yard run for a try. Smith picked

up a loose ball out of a lineout
and charged just barely inbounds
past the Hoosiers. Once in the
clear, Smith dummied to Terry
Larrimer to draw the Indiana full-
back out of the play and sprinted
the last 40 yards untouched. Steve
Chapman converted.
Minutes later, Michigan struck
again. Cleland Child gathered up
the ball in a loose ruck deep in
Indiana territory and passed to
Larrimer who passed out to B il l
Mitasik for the try. A strong gust
of wind pushed Chapman's con-
version attempt to the right.
Indiana and Michigan then ex-
changed penalty kicks. The Hoos-
iers converted a 15 yarder when

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Michigan was detected off side on
a kick. Chapman split the uprights
on a 25 yarders when Indiana was
penalized for being off side in a
set scrum.
Michigan's hustling offense
struck twice more before the close
of the first half.
Mitasik blocked an Indiana fly
kick, caught th ball himself, and
dashed 60 yards down the near
sideline for a try. Again Chapman
converted.
When Michigan again drove into
Indiana territory, Larrimer kicked
ahead to the left where Child
scooped up the ball and touched it
down between the Hoosier goal
posts. Chapman successfully cmn-
verted, making the half time score
25-3.
After regrouping their forces at
halftime, Indiana struck twice
within ten minutes early in t h e
second half, and threatened to get
back in the ball game.
The Hoosiers fell on a loose ball
in the Michigan endzone after a
loose ruck. The conversion at-
tempt, however, squibbed to the
right.
After receiving the kick, Indiana
again drove into Michigan terri-
tory and scored a try on some
second effort running by their
backs. This time the conversion
was good.
But both teams settled down the
rest of the way in a scoreless bat-
tle of the defenses to give Michigan
the win.
The Gold-Indiana game was
equally exciting.
Michigan took an early lead
when Rob Huizenga bowled over
several Indiana tacklers on his
way to a 40 yard try. The con-
version failed. Indiana came right
back with a 30 yard drop kick by
their number eight.
On a line out, the Gold failed to
cover the forward who had drop-
ped back, thus allowing him a free
opportunity to drop kick. T h e
score remained 4-3 until half-
time.
Michigan's defense stiffened in
the second half to shut out t h e
Hoosiers while Jerry Shoalman re-
-overed a ball in the Hoosier end-
zone to preserve the Gold victory.

By The Associated Press tics posted their eighth victory in
DETROIT-Johnny Bucyk snap- 10 starts to remain atop the
ped a scoreless deadlock at 4:29 league's Atalntic Division. Don
of the third period with his seventh Nelson contributed 24.
goal of the season and the Boston Portland was led by Sidney
Bruins went on to beat the Detroit Wicks, who scored 25 points be-
Red Wings 2-1 in a National fore fouling out with 91/2 minutes
Hockey League game yesterday. left. Stan McKenzie contributed 22.
Bucyk's goal came on a rebound * * *
after Detroit goaltender Al Smith
had made a save on a shot from Colonels clp Nets
the point by center Fred Stand- LOUISVILLE-Dan Issel scored
field and climaxed a Bruins flurry 36 points-18 in each half-and
which saw Boston outshoot De- Artis Gilmore grabbed 22 rebounds
troit, 22-8, in the period. to pace the Kentucky Colonels to
Phil Esposito, the NHL's scor- a 102-97 American Basketball As-
ing champion last season, scored sociation victory over the New
what proved to be the winning York Nets last night.
goal five minutes later on a power Paced by guard Bill Melchionni,
play effort with Detroit's Guy who had 29 points, the Nets led
Charron in the penalty box. most of the way, with a 53-43 half-
* * * time ed e and a 77-74 ma,'n v ft~r

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-Associated Press
LYDELL "SEE HOW HE RUNS" MITCHELL (23) Penn State
back, evades two Maryland defenders as he breaks Lenny Moore's
career record of 2,380 yards. Mitchell gained 209 yards in the
Nittany Lions' 63-27 rout of Maryland yesterday at University Park.
Red Wingicd,2=1,
sie'Buck s pound Pistons .

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MICHIGAN'S RUGBY team gets
scrummy, or rather chummy,
with the Indiana rugby club. in
yesterday's action. The ruggers
wrinkled the Hoosiers twice. The
Blue team romped 25-13, while
the Gold team eked by 8-3.
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Bucks smash Pistons
MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee
Bucks, with Kareem Jabbar scor-
ing 29 points, shook off a slow
start2last nights to take a 106-78
National Basketball Association
victory over the Detroit Pistons.
With the game tied at 32-32 after
a sluggish 19 minutes of play, the
Bucks outscored Detroit 16-4 in
the last five minutes of the first
half to take a 48-36 lead.
The spurt came after the Bucks
used a three-guard offense of Jobn
McGlocklin, Lucius Allen and Os-
car Robertson.
Jabbar, who scored 18 points in
the first half against Detroit cen-
ter Bob Lanier, added 11 in the
final two quarters while sitting out
about 10 minutes. Lanier led the
Pistons wit1 22 points.
Celtics clout Portland
BOSTON-Captain John Havlicek
and reserve back-court veteran
Art Williams combined for 59
points in sparking the- Boston
Celtics to a 124-109, National Bas-
ketball Association victory over
the Portland Trail Blazers last
night,
Havlicek scored 32 and Williams
hit a career high of 27 as the Cel-
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three periods.
But the Colonels pulled ahead ate
87-85 when Issel fed Cincy Powell
for an easy layup with 6:43 re-
maining, and the Nets never re-
gained the lead.
Melchionni hit three baskets in
a row to pull New York within
one at 97-96 with only 2:05 show-
ing, but 7-foot-2 rookie center Artis
Gilmore hit a basket for the Co-
lonels and Powell added two free-
throws to ice the win.

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GRIDDE PICKINGS
Michigan 63, Iowa 7
Michigan state 17, Ohio State 10
Wisconsin 14, Purdue 10
Northwestern 41, Minnesota 20
Illinois 22, Indiana 21
Notre Dame 56, Pittsburgh 7
Nebraska 37, Iowa State 0 4
Stanford 20, UCLA 9
Texas A&M 27, SMU 10
Boston College 10, Syracuse 3
Georgia Tech 34, Navy 21
Washington 30, California (Berkeley) 7
Lafayette 27, Gettysburg 12
Tennessee 35, South Carolina 6
Duke 31, West virginia 15
Massachusetts 38, Holy Cross 27
Kansas State 35, Oklahoma State 23
Dayton 20, Xavier 10
Daily Libels 99, Oklahoma 0 (forfeit)
EAST
Army 30, Rutgers 17
Columbia 31, Dartmouth 29
Cornell 21, Brown 7
Penn State 63, Maryland 21
Princeton 21, Harvard 10
Villanova 48, Boston Univ 0
Yale 24, Pennsylvania 14
Colgate 47, Bucknell 24
Delaware-49, Lehigh 22
Temple 40, Rhode Island 15
SOUTH
Auburn 30, Mississippi State 21
Ohio 30, Tulane 7
South Mississippi 38, VMI 0
Georgia 49, Florida 7
Kentucky 14, vanderbilt 7
MIDWEST
Colorado 35, Kansas 14
Toledo 23, Northern Illinois 8
Wichita State 34, Colorado State 14
Miami (OHIO) 7, Western Michigan 6
Kent State 21, Marshall 0
Louisville 17, Tulsa 0:
Oklahoma 20, Missouri 3
FAR WEST
Idaho 24, Weber State 20
New Mexico 57, Utah 39
Southern Cal 30, Washington State 20
Oregon 23, Air Force 14
Montana 30, Montana State 0
Wyoming 31, Utah State 29
Wyoming 31, Utah State 29
Alaska vs. Juneau, ppd. (tidal wave)
SOUTHWEST
Arkansas 24, Rice 24
Texas 24, Baylor 0
TCU 17, Texas Tech 6
1NBA
Philadelphia 101, Atlanta 96
Boston 124, Portland 109
Buffalo 130, Chicago 99
Milwaukee 106, Detroit 78
Cincinnati 110, Phoenix 95
ABA
Memphis 122, virginia 121(ot)
Kentucky 102, New York 97
Utah 108, Indiana 107 (ot)
Dallas 97, Carolina 92
Floridians 136, Pittsburgh 121
NHL
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