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31M Sunday September 20, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Svnday, September 20, 1970 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Penn St
UCLA 0
By The Associated Press
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -
Mike Cooper, Penn State's first
black quarterback, passed for two
touchdowns arid ran for another
as the Nittany Lions defeated Na-
vy 55-7 yesterday. For Penn State,'
it was their 22nd straight victory
and extended their unbeaten
string to 31 games, both the long-:
est, major college streaks in the
nation.
After a scoreless first period,
Penn State blew the game openI
with four second quarter touch-
downs the first on an 8-yard run
by Franco Harris. Cooper passed
21 yards for a TD to Edmonds,!
plunged a yard for another and
connected w i t h Edmonds again
for a 27-yard score before the half
ended.

ate routs Navy;
vertakes Pitt

Penn State's hi'gh-powered of-|'
fense completed its days w o r k
with long third period touchdown
strikes of 50 yards on a punt re-
turn by Mike Smith, and a 53-
yard scoring run from scrimmage
by Lydell Mitchell, 15-yard TD
pass to Glen Cole in the fourth
period by second string quarter-
back Bob Parsons, and a 2-yard
run by Mike Reitz. Reitz a 1 s o
kicked six extra points.
Trailing 35-0, Navy scored at
14:04 of the third period againstj

gan threw a 20-yard touchdown
pass and ran for another score to
give Pitt a 15-10 halftime lead.
Dummit led UCLA 74 yards in
eight plays after opening second
half kickoff and capped the.-drive
with an eight-yard pass to Reggie
Echols in the end zone.
Three plays after Pitt got the
ball on the ensuing kickoff, run-
ning back Dennis Ferris fumbled
on the 37 and UCLA's F r a n k
Jones recovered.
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Penn State's second stringers af-
ter recovering a fumble at its 49.
The Middies drove 51 yards 'on
seven plays with sophomore Andy
Pease bolting across from the 1.
Bruins bounce back
PITTSBURGH - Quarterback
Dennis Dummit engineered t w o
touchdown drives in the first five
minutes of the second half as the
UCLA Bruins came from behind to
defeat the P it t Panthers 24-15
yesterday.
The Bruins found the Panthers
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sophomore quarterback John Ho-
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Wildcats wail
LEXINGTON, Ky.-Kentucky's
crushing defense overwhelmed
Kansas State's highly touted pass-
ing attack yesterday as the Wild-
cats took a 16-3 football upset
over 13th nationally ranked K-
State.
A pair of Kansas quarterbacks PENN STATE FUL
-Lynn Dickey and Max Arreguin the Lion's 55-7 sla
-found themselves on their backs test, but the star
alone, as often as not as Dave the hapless Navy di
Hagdt, Dave Roller and Wilbur
Hackett led the Kentucky charge.
Not only did Kansas State find CUBS WIN:
its passing blunted, but the State
ground attack wound up with a
minus 91 yards, mostly from loss-
es on pass attempts. Bc
The score was 3-0 at halftime
for State but Arvel Carrell's inter-
ception late in the third period :'y The Associate
set up Kentucky's first touchdown, NEW YORK - L
with Cecil Bowens scoring from and f o u r relieverss
the two. pitch a five-hitter a
Hackett set up Kentucky's other place Pittsburgh Pir
touchdown in the final minute New York 2-1 yesterd
when he grabbed his second inter- the faltering Mets 31.
ception on the State 22 and put hind the National L
Kentucky in business only eight race.
yards from the goal line. The victory kept th

-Associated Press
LLBACK Franco Harris (34) crashes through the Navy line for a first down in
ughter of the Middies. Harris scored Penn State's first touchdown in the con-
of the game was quarterback Mike Cooper, who passed for two scores against
efense.
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games ahead of second place Chi-
cago which beat Montreal.
Robert Clemente, starting h is
first game in more than a week,
doubled home the Pirates first run
and scored the other as Pittsburgh
tagged the Mets with their fourth
straight setback.
Matty Alou got the Pirates
started with a one-out single in

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the third against loser Gary/Gen-
try. He moved up on an infield
out and then raced home on Cle-
mente's drive off the left center
field wall.
Clemente, who had missed 13
games because of an ailing back,
went to third when centerfielder
Tommie Agee bobbled his hit and
then scored a moment later on
Willie Stargell's single.
It stayed that way until th e
sixth when the Mets loaded the
bases with none out on a single
by Donn C"endenon and walks to
Ron Swoboda and Joe Foy.
Expos exposed
MONTREAL - Johnny Callison
crashed a two-run homer and Joe
Pepitone and JimHickman drove
in two runs each as the Chicago
Cubs riddled Montreal 8-4 yester-
day for their third straight victory
and remained within reach of the
National League's East Division
lead.
The Gubs overcame a 3-2 deficit
with a two-run rally in the fourth
inning and Callison's 19th homer
of the season climaxed a decisive
four-run burst in the eighth, en-
abling southpaw Ken Holtzman to
stagger to his 16th victory of the
season.
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Standing
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Yesterday's Results
Cleveland at Baltimore, inc.
New York 7, Detroit 6
Boston 7, Washington 3, 1st
Washington at Boston, inc., 2nd
Oakland 2, California 1
Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 1
Minnesota at Chicago, inc.
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New York at Detroit \
Washington at Boston
Cleveland at Baltimore
Minnesota at Chicago
Kansas City at Seattle
California at Oakland

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Chicago 8. Montreal 4
Philadelphia 10, St. Louis 6
Pittsburgh 2. New York 1
Cincinnati at Atlanta. inc.
Los Angeles 6, Houston 5
San Francisco at San Diego, inc.
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San Francisco at San Diego
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