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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 14, 1971:

PRIME FOR SHOWDOWN

UAtC, and SACUA wi be sponsoring
the Official University Rosebowl Tour for all
1 students, faculty, staff, and their immediate
families. This trip will offer flights to Los An-
geles and San Francisco with many additional
options. Competitive bids have been sent out
to various administrative travel organizations
who have shown an interest in doing Rosebowl
Tours.
The University will sanction and offer the
most responsible and best priced of these tours.
All other tours are illegal. The affinity group for
a University of Michigan program must be
sponsored by a campus-wide organization. The
Civil Aeronautics Board and the District Attor-
ney in Ann Arbor are very concerned that U.
of M. charter flights are run in the best interest
of the University community.
Watch the Daily for more news. The tour
package will go on sale in the Union on Mon-
day,.November 22. Be safe and responsible-
come with us see Michigan win the Rosebowl
in 7211

By The A soaed Press yards for touchdowns and Jeff
MA N H A T T A N, Kan.-Top- Kinney rammed over from the 1.
ranked Nebrask a regained its com- With Nebraska in front 14-0,
pourealr dearly scare and Kansas State rolled 62 yards with
I i.te K ansS tate 44-12 yester-
day d the superb passing of Dennis Morrison hitting Henry
derrb as ingtofChilds with an 8-yard touchdown
uarter er rryfinaltageupfortherpass. This didn't seem to unnerve
Cornhuskers' final uneup for their Nebraska, but when David Brown
Thanksgiving Day dream game fumbled on the ensuing kickoff for
with second-r anked Oklahoma. Kansas State at the Nebraska 28,
The vi: , ryr as Nebraska's 20th
in suvicssry was0thbrfskhe c2rren some in the Nebraska contingent
suc sg in the crowd of 42,300 started to
season adranits string of gam wor y
without. dde :, to 29.

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* * *
Sooners Sail
NORMAN, Okla. -Quarterback
Jack Mildren led second - ranked
Oklahoma on an awesome assault
of the record books yesterday as
the Sooners routed Kansas 56-10.
Mildren ran for one touchdown
and passed for another, and Okla-
homa's fleet of talented backs
elipsed the NCAA single-season
rushing record set by the same
team in 1956.
OU blasted out to a 49-0 half-
time lead, scoring in almost every
conceivable way. It was a most
impressive win in an impressive
season for the Sooners, now 9-0
over-all and 6-0 in the conference.
Fullback Leon Crosswhite joined
Mildren in the first-half scoring
barrage, romping for two touch-
downs on runs of 38 and 24 yards
It was Mildren's 65-yard TD
sprint which broke the NCAA sea-
sonal r u s h i n g record of 3,910
yards. It came with four minutes
left in the first quarter.
Tigers twop,
ATHENS, Ga. - Pat Sullivan
fired four touchdown passes yes-1
terday, equaling an NCAAkrecord,
as sixth-ranked Auburn knocked
No. 7 Georgia from the undefeated3
ranks 32-20 in a Southeastern
Conference football game.1
Sullivan connected on scoring
bombs of 34 and 70 yards to Jerry
Beasley and 15 and five yards to'
Dick Schmalz.
The four touchdowns allowed
Sullivan to equal the NCAA careert
record of 71 for touchdown re-t
sponsibility held by Steve Ramseyt
of North Texas State.
The A u b u r n triumph denied
Georgia at least a share of the
SEC championship and set up at
Nov. 27 title match in Brimingham{
between a pair of unbeatens, Au-

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burn and Alabama. Georgia is now --- - -
9-1 and Auburn 9-0.
* **
Tide tarnishes
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Wilbur
Jackson, subbing, for injured star
Johnny'Musso, scampered 67 yards
to insure a 31-3 Alabama football
victory over Miami yesterday and
set the stage for the most im-
portant Southeastern Conference
game of the year in two weeks.
That's when Auburn and Ala-
bama, both undefeated and na-
tionally ranked, collide in Birm-
ingham with the SEC title and
possibly higher ranking at stake.
Auburn defeated previously un-
beaten Georgia yesterday 35-20.
* * *
Stanford stomped
STANFORD, Calif. - San Jose
State's defense, led by middle line-
backer Dave Chaney, set up two
touchdowns and turned back num-
erous Stanford scoring threats
Saturday as the Spartans stunned
the 10th-ranked Rose Bowl-bound
Indians 13-12.
Stanford, which clinched the
Pacific - 8 championship and a
Rose Bowl berth a week earlier,
lost its last chance for victory WESTERN MICHIGAN'S Larry
when Rod Garcia missed a field
goal attempt from the 10 yard one going right in yesterday's
line with 17 seconds left in the is scoring on the play and the
conference upset. -- --
* * *
Horns hit GAIN REVENGE:
AUSTIN, Tex. - Texas took
dead aim on the Cotton Bowl yes-
terday, shaking off several miscues
and another injury to starting ab y B
quarterback E d d i e Phillips to

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Cates is the one going left while an unidentified Pacific lineman is the
collision in Kalamazoo. Not that it makes much difference but Cates
Broncos went on to win 25-21.

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pound Texas Christian University
3 1-0.
The Longhorns can win an un-
precedented fourth straight South-
west Conference championship if
they beat Texas A&M Thanksgiv-
ing Day.
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. - C l i f f
Brown, Notre Dame's first black
quarterback, ran for two touch-
downs and passed to Mike Creaney
for another as the Irish came from
behind yesterday to beat Tulane's
stubborn football team, 21-7.
The Irish trailed 7-0 at the in-
termission but maintained a sea-
son-long record of not yielding a
point in second half play.
Marinaro murdered
HANOVER, N.H. - Dartmouth
built a 17-0 halftime lead and
then withstood the running heroics
of Ed Marinaro yesterday in
knocking Cornell from the un-
beaten-untied ranks with a stun-
ning 24-14 Ivy League Football
victory.

at Michigan Stadium a varied of- nine plays for the score. Chapman's
fense with 245 yards on the ground 43 yard szrint on a third and eieht
and 104 through the air. Gil Chap- situxtion was the big pla- in the
man of Elizabeth, N.J., ran for 130 drit which Dennis Franklli cap-

By MARC FELDMAN
Revenge is an emotion which
sometimes motivates people in
such a way that unexpected things
happen. For .instance, three weeks
ago, the Baby Blue of Michigan
traveled to East Lansing to battle
the Spartan frosh and were defeat-
ed in a rain storm, 20-18.
Yesterday morning, MSU came
to Ann Arbor for a return engage-
ment with the Michigan freshmen
and left after a humiliating 49-7
trouncing.
Beside two lost fumbles, the Baby
Blue played flawless football as
Coach Tirell Burton had nothing'
but praise for his team. Burton
was especially pleased with the
play of the defense which held
State to a meager total offense of
178 yards and forced seven turn-
overs.
Michigan showed the tiny crowd

yards in 17 carries with all but 10
yards of his total coming in the
first half when the Wolverines built
up a 28-7 advantage.
The speedy 5-9, 175 pound half-
back proved his breakaway ability
with a 43 yard jaunt in Michigan's
game opening TD drive and an
electrifying 62 yard romp in the
second period.
Chapman played sparingly in the
second half and his replacement,
Linwood Harden of Detroit, picked
up 33 yards and a towchdown.
Michigan's fine running game
was complemented by the passing
of both Dennis Franklin and John
Spahn to the tune of 104 yards.
Franklin was most impressive as
he ran for two scores and com-
pleted five of nine passes for 79
yards and another touchdown.
The Baby Blue set the pace for
the, game as they took the o;:ening
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past him into the end zone where
it was pounced on for a touchdown
by Dick Van Tongeron, a defensive
end from Holland, Mich.
On the ensuing kickoff, things
went from bad to worse for the
MSU frosh. Joe Arnold took the
kickoff on his 25 and after an eight
yard return he fumbled and Carl
Russ recovered for the Wolverines.
Two plays later, wingback Glenn
Franklin burst through a gaping
hole in the middle of the line and
scampered 33 yards into the end
zone, untouched.
Rug gers
drop two
to P.U.
By CAUCK DRUKIS
Special To The Daily
LAFAYETTE-Michigan's rugby
football club renewed its habit of
road disasters as Purdue steamed
to two victories. The Blue were
slapped with one of its highest
scoring outputs by an opponent as
they lost 26-12 while the Gold Nere
spiflicated, 16-0.
After losing an early lead, the
Blue regained it early in the sec-
ond half, but from then on it was
all Purdue.
RicharduThompson put Michigan
in front 6-0 on a classic play.
Thompson's k i c k d o w n field
bounced over the Purdue's full-
back's head and folated down to
the waiting arms of Thompson
who was following up the play.
Thompson also made the conver-
sion.
Purdue scored two tries, but
missed both conversions, on a com-
bination of power running and
missed tackles to make the half-
time score 8-6.
The Blue charged back when
Ron Smith fielded a Purdue kick
and bolted down the near sidelines
for a 70 yard try. Thompson con-
verted.
Purdue then smothered Michigan
with. four consecutive tries and
one co .=version.
The Gold looked equally poor.
The Boilermakers warmed up with
one try in the first half and rolled
up three more in the second half.
Captain Terry Larrimer was ex-
tremely disappointed with the per-
formance of the Blue. Larrimer
said, "Our tackling was very bad.
They had the size advantage and
we didn't tackle. Once you let a
big man know that he's not going
to hit hard, then he'll use his
muscles more. It's all psycholog-
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