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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 4, 1970

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 4, 1970

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Reds' Nolan blanks
Pirates in ten innings
PITTSBURGH (P) - Cincinnati's Big Red Machine erupted
for three runs in the 10th inning against Pittsburgh's Dock Ellis,
giving the Reds a 3-0 victory over the Pirates yesterday in the first
game of the National League playoff series.
Pete Rose's tie-breaking single driving in Ty Cline, and a two-
run double by Lee May got the job done for the Reds and Gary
Nolan, who had matched shutouts with Ellis for nine innings in a
tense struggle that overshadowed the unique situation created by the
first umpire's strike in baseball history.
Four minor league umpires, headed by John Grimsley of the
American Association behind the plate, worked the game in the
absence of striking major leaguers who picketed outside the ball
park carrying placards reading: "Major league umpires on strike
for wages."
The umpires' strike, however, took a back seat as Nolan and
Ellis remained locked in their pitcher's duel for nine innings in a
game replete with excellent fielding plays that cut off rallies.
Then, in the top of the 10th inning, the Big Red Machine, which
had been brought to a screeching halt as Ellis scattered six hits,
rolled into gear when pinch-hitter Ty Cline led off with a triple.

Orioles bomb Twins
aslams one
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL (;')-Baltimore's explosive Orioles
walloped three home runs including a grand slam by pitcher Mike
Cuellar for a seven-run fourth inning and blitzed the Minnesota
Twins 10-6 in yesterday's opening. game of the American League
championship playoff.
Cuellar, a 24-game winner and an .089 hitter during the ;regular
season, hurt the Twins more with his bat than he'did with his arm.
He surrendered six runs and 10 hits in less than five innings of work
and it took 4 2-3 innings of shutout relief by 40-year-old Dick Hall
to nail down the decision for Baltimore.
But before he left the game, Cuellar put the Orioles in charge
with his grand slam homer 330-foot fly ball lofted down the line in
right field that made it just inside the foul pole and landed just be-
yond the fence, close enough to the field to bounce back on it.
After Cuellar's homer, Don Buford and Boog Powell followed with
long blasts that shot the Orioles into a 9-2 lead. But the edge wasn't
enough for Cuellar.
The Twins nicked him for a run in the fourth and three more
in the fifth-one on a towering homer by Harmon Killebrew-before
Hall came on.

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MADISON, Wis. - Quarterba
Neil Graff tossed three lo
touchdown passes yesterday
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STANFORD, Calif.-Purdue de-
nd fensive back Randy Cooper inter-
68 cepted three passes by Stanford's
rd Jim Plunkett yesterday, setting up
it- two touchdowns as the Boilermak-
ers stunned the third-ranked In-
me dians 26-14.
wo Cooper, who as an offensive
he halfback last year led Purdue run-
.ck ners, also recovered a Plunkett
nn fumble on the roughest day of the
27 Stanford quarterback's three-year
1- college career.
Quarterback Chuck Piebes com-
th pleted his first fourpasses of the
game in an 81-yard touchdown
drive the first time Purdue had
the ball.
Cooper's first two interceptions
came later in the first period, and
the Boilermakers built a 16-0 lead.
Plunkett had five passes inter-
cepted and was dropped behind
the line on passing attempts five
times for 41 yards in losses.
Spartans crushed
EAST LANSING, Mich. - The
Notre Dame football steamroller
continued to crunch through the
ranks of Big Ten teams yesterday
as the Joe Theismann to Tom
Gatewood passing combination
and an awesome array of brilliant
running backs crushed Michigan
State 29-0.
When he wasn't passing, Theis-
mann was faking and keeping the
ball to run for impressive yardage.
Notre Dame started slowly and
did not score until only 2:32 was
left in the first period. The Notre
Dame first half scores came on
marches of 79, 86 and 64 yards.
After the third score, Theismann
ran in the ball for a two-pointer.

Bucks roll
COLUMBUS, Ohio-Ohio State,
stalled in the first half, opened
up in the third quarter behind the
exciting open field running of
quarterback Rex Kern and rolled
to a 34-10 victory over Duke yes-
terday.
Duke took the lead at the start
on a 38-yard field goal by Dave
Pugh and managed to hang on
in the first half. Only a blocked
punt and a 45-yard run by end
Ken Luttner put Ohio State ahead
at the half by scant three points.
Then Ohio State, No. 1 in the
nation, asserted itself in the third
period with a quick touchdown on
81-yard drive. Kern capped it with
a 10-yard toss to halfback Larry
Zelina.
Gophers exterminated
MINNEArOLIS, Minn. - Quar-
terback Jerry Tagge scored one
touchdown and passed for another
and directed Nebraska's powerful
Cornhuskers to a 35-10 football
victory over Minnesota yesterday.

Nebraska's fleet running backs.
ground out huge chunks of yard-
age and Tagge threw often enough
to keep the secondary loose. He
completed 12 of 21 passes for 148
yards before leaving the g a m e
midway in the fourth quarter.
* * *
Wildcats whipped
'EVANSTON, Ill - Quarterback
Chuck Hixson, suffering the worst
passing game of his brilliant ca-
reer, went to therground yesterday
to lead Southern Methodist to
a 21-20 victory over Northwestern.
SMU sped to a 13-0 lead but
Northwestern rallied late in the
second quarter to take a 14-13
halftime lead. The Mustangs took
advantage of a poor Northwestern
punt in the third quarter and roll-
ed intothe lead withtailback
Gary Hammond carrying four
successive times and Hixson took
it over from the eight-yard line
and then ran for two points to
give SMU a 21-14 lead.
* * *
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - West

Virginia's unbeaten Mountaineers
struggled to a 16-10 victory over
winless Indiana yesterday
Senior Jim Braxton, who splits
his time among running back,
flanker and tight end, scored all
of the 14th-ranked Mountaineers'
points.
Indiana came from behind twice
during the sunny but crisp after-
noon but the Mountaineers. the
nation's leading offensive t e a m
going into the contest, put the
lid on the game with 10:31 left in
the final quarter.
Orange vof fed
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Gambling
Illinois quarterback Mike Wells
exploited a rash of Syracuse
blunders yesterday to produce a 27
to 0 Illini victory and inflict the
first opening three-game losing
streak in Ben Schwartzwalder's 22-
year Orange coaching career.
Wells sneaked to the first Il-
lini touchdown and set up two
others on scrambling keeper plays
as Illinois scored a second victory
for the first time in three seasons.

Rebels manhandle Tide, 48-23

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JACKSON, Miss.-Archie Man-
ning pitched three touchdown
passes and scored two others and
Vernon Studderd raced 100 yards
untouched on a kickoff return last
night as seventh-ranked Mississip-
pi belted No. 17 Alabama 48-23 in
a nationally televised college foot-
ball game. The anticipated offen-
sive fireworks between the two
Southeastern Conference powers
failed to develop until the final
period.
Mississippi's blitzing defense
kept Alabama quarterback Neb
Hayden under constant pressure
in the early going, forcing two in-
terceptions that led to short
touchdown drives and put the
Rebels in command.
* * *
Buffaloes boffed
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Lynn
Dickey's gritty clutch passing and
Henry Hawthorne's deceptive legs
brought Kansas State, a team
staggering under two straight de-
feats, a 21-20 Big Eight Confer-
ence football victory yesterday
over 8th ranked Colorado, proud
conqueror of Penn State just a
week ago.
The host Wildcats, trailing by
one point in\ the third quarter's
dying seconds, had the ball on
their own 25. Dickey fired a pass
to the swift Hawthorne, who
plucked it out of the sunshine at
the State 35 and fled through a
wave of defenders to the goal.
*. * *
Bruins horned
AUSTIN, Tex.r-dQuarterback
Eddie Phillips drilled a 45-yard
touchdown pass to ,slippery Char-
~les Speyrer with 12 seconds left in

'the game yesterday as Texas pull-
ed out a pulsating 20-17 victory
over previously unbeaten UCLA.
Defending national champion
Texas, rated No. 2 this season, ap-
peared beaten after cool Dennis
Dummit had shot holes in the
Longhorn pass defense.
But fighting desperately to keep
intact the nation's longest college
football winning streak, Phillips
faded back on third and 19. His
pass hit Speyrer, leaping high, in
the chest about the UCLA 20 and
the 170-pound speedster raced in-
to the end zone.
* * *
Tigers triumph
STILLWATER, Okla.-Missouri
turned two Oklahoma State fum-
bles into two touchdowns in the
first two minutes yesterday and
went on to whip the Cowboys, 40-
20, in the Big Eight Conference
football opener for both clubs.
Tailback Joe Moore spearhead-
ed a bruising Missouri rushing
game that pounded out 437 yards.
Moore, a 205-pound senior, car-
ried 34 times for 186 yards and
two touchdowns.
Junior quarterback Mike Farm-
er, placekicker Jack Bastable, and
fullbackJames Harrison shared
the glory for the 20th-ranked
Tigers, who boosted their record
to 3-1.
Kentucky clawed
LEXINGTON, Ky. - Twelfth-
rankbd Auburn used an 84-yard
kickoff return and a pair of in-
terceptions in the third quarter
yesterday to wear down the stub-
born Kentucky Wildcats and ash-
ion a 33-15 Southeastern Confer-
ence football victory.
The surprising Wildcats had
built a 15-9 lead before Auburn's
offensive machine, led by quarter-
back Pat Sullivan, finally began
to click, and with 9:53 left in the
third period the Tigers went ahead
to stay.
Air Force soars
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo-
Tenth-ranked Air Force, rolled on
undefeated yesterday b e a t i n g
Colorado State University 37-22
for the Cadets' fourth straight
victory this season.

Bob Parker, third among the
nation's quarterbacks in total of-
fense, connected on long passes
mainly to Mike Bolen and Ernie
Jennings while Brian Bream, tore
off large chunks of yardage on
smashes off-tackle.
Jennings scored three touch-
downs for an academy career rec-
ord, of 24 and a total of 144 points,
also a school career mark.
* * *
Clemson stung
ATLANTA - Brilliant running
by Brent Cunningham and the
poise of veteran quarterback Jack
Williams sparked Georgia Tech to
a 28-7 victory over Clemson yes-
terday.
Cunningham, a junior tailback,
shattered the Tiger defense for
217 yards in 16 carries, setting
a Georgia Tech ground gaining
record.
He climaxed his perfect after-
noon with a 69-yard touchdown
sprint that clinched the undefeat-
ed Yellow Jacket's fourth victory
of the season.
* * -
Sun Devils dance
LARAMIE, Wyo. The ramp-
aging Sun Devils of Arizona State
University, led by "Spaghetti Joe"
Spagnola smashed the Wyoming
Cowboys 52-3 yesterday for their
ninth consecutive victory.
It was the seventh consecutive
loss for Wyoming, extending back
to last season in which the Pokes
have been beaten by opponents
who scored more than 40 points.
* * *
Hogs holler
FORT WORTH, Tex-Arkansas'
bruising Bill Burnett, the leading
touchdown-maker in Southwest
Conference history, blasted Texas
Christian for four scores Saturday
night in a 49-14 victory for the
11th ranked Razorbacks.
Burnett, a 185-pound senior
tailback, tallied on runs of 13, four,
two and three yards on spinning,
twisting forays through the beefy
Horned Frog line. It gave him 44
touchdowns for his career.
While Burnett was gouging out
93 yards in 22 carries, quarterback
Bill Montgomery outslicked the
Horned Frogs with his masterful
faking and pinpoint passing.

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