THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Sunday, October 25, 1970
Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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By The Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN - Top-ranked
Ohio State, confronted by an
aroused Illinois club whose coach's
dismissal was announced at kick-
off time, had to come from be-
hind three times before fullback
John Brockington wrapped up a
48-29 Big Ten victory yesterday.
Brockington scored three touch-
downs to swell Ohio State's per-
fect mark to 5-0 and 3-0 in the3
A pressbox announcement that
coach Jim Valek was fired ef-
fective after the game almost
backfired on the athletic board.
The Illini, led by heroic twisting
halfback Darrell Robinson, led 14-
7, 20-14, and 23-12, until late in
the third quarter.
But slow-starting Brockington,
Big Ten rushing leader, dashed
five yards for a touchdown with
4 minutes left in the third period
for a 27-23 lead.
Brockington's third touchdown,
wrapping up the game at 34-23,
came on an 11-yard run on the
first play of Ohio State's 21-point
For the first time this season,
mighty Ohio State trailed at half-
time, lagging 20-14 after the in-
spired Illini overcame a 7-0 deficit
rnd moved ahead on Joe Lewis'
18-yard touchdown, a ten-yard
scoring pass from Mike Wells to
Doug Dieken, and a one-yard,
smash by Robinson.
In the first half alone, Robin-
son, a squat 204 lb. junior, carried
the ball 25 times and pierced the
vaunted Buckeye defense for 117
yards. He wound up with an Il-
lini record of 43 carries for 187'
However, Brockington turned
the tide with a 56-yard punt re-
turn after Mike Well's 30-yard
field goal gave Illinois the lead for
the last time.
tercepted six Purdue passes and
'then employed the - passing of
Maurice Daigneau and the rush-
ing of Mike Adamle yesterday to
score a 38-14 victory and remain
undefeated in the Big' Ten.
Interceptions by Jack Dustin
and Eric Hutchinson in the clos-
ing minutes of the first half were
quickly turned into touchdowns to
give the Wildcats a 21-7 lead at
Northwestern took the second
half kickoff before a homecoming
crowd of 38,722 and marched 87
yards to score while killing off
more than eight minutes to a
Less than a minute later, Dus-
tin, who intercepted three times,
grabbed another pass and raced
37 yards for a touchdown to as-
sure the Wildcats their third
straight Big Ten triumph.
Daigneau hurled two touch-
down passes of 26 and 24 yards to
split end Jim Lash and completed
14 of 21 for 185 yards while Adam-
le gained 154 in 39 carries.
In addition Adamle hurled a 26
yard fullback pass to Jerry Brown
to give Northwestern a 6-0 lead
early in the second quarter. Pur-
due came right back to score on
a one yard run by Stan Brown
after Otis Armstrong set up the
touchdown with a 56 yard run to
the six yard line.
* ''''"* *
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State manhandled sluggish Iowa
37-0 yesterday, showing a strong
defense. Iowa never got beyond
its own 42 yard line in the first
half as MSU built a 17-0 lead in
the battle of four time losers.
The visitors had even m o r e
trouble in the second half, n o t
getting any farther t h a n their
own 24 in the third period. Iowa
didn't cross mid-field until 13
minutes remained in the game.
Meanwhile, Michigan State used
three quarterbacks in an attempt
to find a formula for points. But
the defense had to carry the load
because none of the three were
able to move with consistancy un-
til Mike Rasmussen directed two
scoring drives in the third period.
By that time the game was out
* * *
BLOOMINGTON - Wisconsin
combined a solid running attack
with a sometimes spectacular
passing game to roll up a 30-12<
victory over Indiana yesterday.
The Badgers scored twice more
in the first half, led 21-0 at half-
time and coasted to their f i r s t
Big Ten football victory in three
The triumph raised the Badgers
overall season mark to 2-3-1.
Indiana was hampered by fumb-
les and interceptions as its con-
ference record fell to 1-2 and its
overall mark to 1-5.
The pattern of the game was set
on Wisconsin's first offensive play
when sophomore halfback Rufus
Ferguson burst through the mid-
dle for a 65-yard touchdown run.
Mike Renie's converison gave
Purdue its only lead of the game,
7-6. Northwestern continued to
dominate play but couldn't score
until Dustin intercepted a Chuck
Piebas pass on the Purdue 43.
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Next Saturday's Games
Michigan at Wisconsin Illinois at Purdue
Iowa at Minnesota Michigan State at Indiana
Northwestern at Ohio State
New record in pole vault
Christos Papanicolaou of Greece, shown competing in a 1967
international meet in Montreal, yesterday became the first man
to pole vault 18 feet. His record setting vault of 18 feet-four
inches came in a meet between Greece and Yugoslavia.
For the student body:
By The Associated Press
AUBURN, Ala. - A fumble, a
pass interference penalty and a
tough defense gave Louisiana
State two touchdowns and a
startling 17-9 upset yesterday over
Auburn's previously unbeaten
Rain which fell during most of
the game kept Auburn's passing
sensation Pat Sullivan off target
on the key plays and the Tigers for
the first time this year were held
without a touchdown.
Auburn had to settle for three
field goals by Gardner Jett.
The sixth-ranked Tigers had a
chance to tie the score with less
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than four minutes left but LSU
held on downs and took the ball
on the one.
* * *
EUGENE, Ore.-Tailback Bob-
by Moore smashed over from the
one-yard line early in the'fourth
quarter as a persistant Oregon
football team came from behind
and upset Southern California 10-
7, yesterday in a crucial Pacific-8
A partisan crowd of 34,000
watched Moore score a go-ahead
touchdown that was set up by a
50-yard pass from quarterback
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win on last Minute try
By JOEL GREER
In a spirited performance, the Michigan ruggers came from
behind yesterday to maintain its long home winning streak.
The Blues scored in the final seconds to break an 8-8 tie and
left the field as 13-8 victors.
Michigan controlled the action all day as it repeatedly drove
inside Purdue's 5-yard line, but only scored twice. "When we got
close, we tried to run the ball across instead of pass off to our wing-
ers," said Hank Lukaski, club president.
Michigan grabbed the lead early in the first half as scrum-half
Cleland Child picked the ball from a loose scrum and scampered 20
yards to paydirt. Steve Chapman converted to give the Blues a 5-0
Minutes later, Purdue converted a 37 yar'd penalty kick.
Just after Michigan's Dai Thomas missed a 42-yard penalty
kick, Purdue took the lead. One of Cleland Child's downfield kicks
was blocked and Purdue quickly drove the ball across the goal line.
The conversion was good and Purdue led, 8-5.
Michigan made the score 8-8 at half-time as Thomas kicked
one through from 21.
Michigan also controlled the play in the second half, by taking
possession of nearly all the line-outs and scrums.
In the dying seconds, winger Ron Smith won the game with a
goal from 22 yards out. Thomas converted.
In the opener, Purdue's "B" team defeated the Michigan Golds,
8-6 in an injury riddled affair.
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Moore, besides scoring the win-s
ning touchdown, gained 168 yardst
in 38 carries.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Bobbyr
Scott rifled two touchdown passesi
and picked the Florida defense toI
pieces for 385 yards in the air yes-
terday as 11th-ranked Tennesseet
crushed the Gators, 38-7, in a re-s
gionally televised Southeastern
Conference football game.
Meanwhile, thealert Tennessee
defense swiped four passes and
returned two for touchdowns. 1
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Substitutex
quarterback Chuck Roper scored
two touchdowns and passed for a
third yesterday and kept Missouri
in the thick of the Big Eight Con-<
ference football race with a 20-16t
victory over unpredictable Colo-j
Roper got spectacular help from1
James Harrison and Bill Maus,
who punched through the Colo-
rado defense for good yardage all
The Tigers, battered and weary
after successive losses to fourth-
ranked Nebraska and third-rated
Notre Dame, struck for 17 first-
quarter points before the ,Buffs'
got a first down, and put the game
out of Colorado's reach early in
the fourth period when Roper cli-
maxed an 80-yard drive with a
one-yard burst on the keeper.
* * *
NORMAN, Okla. - Quarter-
back Lynn Dickey led Kansas
State to two touchdowns in the
final four minutes yesterday for
a 19-14 Big Eight Conference
victory over Oklahoma.
Dickey's passing - he com-
pleted 27 of 47 for 380 yards and
two touchhdowns - brought the
Wildcats from behind when it
looked as if Oklahoma had suc-
cessfully avenged last year's 59-21
loss to Kansas State.
Trailing 14-7, Kansas State
drove 83 yards in 11 plays to score
with four minutes remaining when
Rick Ferguson recovered team-.
mate Mike Montgomery's fumble
in the end zone. Oklahoma stay-
ed on top 14-13 when Rick Mason
blocked the extra-point attempt.
* * *
HOUSTON - Steve Higginbot-
ham, a 166-pound defensive back,
intercepted a pass and ran 80
yards for the clinching touchdown
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In a game in which the lead
changed for times, Higginbotham's
theft of quarterback Moon Hol-
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moved 53 yards to the Tide's 35
in an effort to overcome a 23-21
lead Alabama had taken on Rich-
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the day, this time a 40-yarder
with less than 7 minutes to play.
Golden Bears shine
BERKELEY, Calif. - Quarter-
back Dave Panhall's passes woke
up California's offense after a
sluggish start yesterday and the
Golden Bears rolled to 45-0 foot-
ball victory over Washington
State in a Pacific-8 game.
Panhall completed four passes
for 65 yards in a 90-yard touch-
down drive that broke a scoreless
tie with four minutes left in the
first half. Three minutes later, he
threw a 44-yard touchdown pass
to running back Bob Darby.
Air Force flies
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo-
Undefeated Air Force twice fought
from behind to defeat Boston Col-
lege, 35-10, yesterday for the Cad-
ets' seventh football victory with
safety Jimmy Smith racing 904
yards with an intercepted pass
for a touchdown.
For most of three periods, the
invading Eagles were allrthat sev-
enth-ranked Air Force could
The Cadets held a narrow 14-10
margin into the final minutes ofg
the third period when Ernie Jen-
nings made the second of his three
catches for touchdowns.
* * *
Nebraska stunned Oklahoma Stated
with a 41-point scoring barrage in
the first half Saturday and rolled
to a 65-21 victory in a Big Eight
football scoring spectacular before
the second largest crowd in Me-
morial Stadium history.
It was Nebraska's biggest win
since the Cornhuskers blanket
South Dakota, 66-0.
* * *
HOUSTON - Quarterback Eddie
Phillips scored three touchdowns
on option plays as the second
ranked Texas Longhorns over#
came a stuborn Rice defense with
power plays to defeat the Owls 41-
21 in Southwest Conference foot-
ball for their 25th consecutive vic-
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