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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 1, 11970

Page Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, November 1, 1970 ~

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By The Associated Press
COLUMBUS - Second-ranked
Ohio State, its stuttering air
game helping Northwestern to a
10-3 halftime lead, s t u c k to a
powerful ground game in the sec-
ond half yesterday and ground out
a 24-10 Big Ten triumph.
The Buckeyes jumped on the
inside track to the Rose B o w 1
with their fourth straight confer-
ence victory as Rex Kern scored
twice and fullback John Brocking-
ton once in thesecond half come-
back before a record Ohio Stad-
ium crown of 86,673.
Northwestern, bidding for its
first Big Ten title in 34 years,
dropped out of a share of the lea-
gue lead after the aroused Wild-
cats picked off three of Kern's
passes and used them to k e e p
Ohio State from a touchdown in
the first half.
Northwestern, now 3-1 in the
league and 3-4 for all games, took
the play away from the heavily-
favored Buckeyes in the first half
with fullback Mike Adamle out-
gaining the entire Buckeye team
on the ground.
Adamle, who gained 102 yards
to 83 for the Buckeyes in the first

the Buckeye defense permitted
only f o u r Northwestern first
downs late in the fourth peri6d,
the pulverizing Ohio State ground
game had little trouble moving the
ball.
* * *
Illini overcome
LAFAYETTE - Illinois over-
came two Purdue leads to chalk
up a 23-21 victory before 67,747
Boilermaker Homecoming f a n s
yesterday.
The victory - only the third of
the season for the troubled Illini
- came in the first game after
the squad forced the rehiringof
Coach Jim Valek, who had been
dismissed before the Ohio State
game last week.
Junior halfback Darrell Robin-
son, Illinois' best weapon in the
second half, scored the winning
touchdown on a six-yard burst
with 1:45 left in the game.
. The winning Illini drive came
immediately after Purdue regain-
ed its early lead with a long drive
climaxed by R o n North's one-
yard plunge with 4:01 showing on
the clock.

Sophomore quarterbac
Wells gave Illinois its fi
of the day early in t he
quarter on a 22-yard fie
Sophomore Otis Armstro
the Boilermakers a quick
the third play of the gam
a swing pass f r o m sop
quarterback Gary Daniel
turning it into a 63-yard
down.
* * *
Spartans squash
BLOOMINGTON - Mi
mussen threw four tou
passes for Michigan State
tans yesterday in a crush
Big Ten defeat of Indiana
iers.
The junior college trans
Fresno, Calif., operated a
couple of the Spartan o
plays in a spectacular fil
f o r George Mihaiu, N
State's No. 1 quarterback
Michigan State was in f
trol from the time Ra
passed 31 yards -to Gord
dell for a first-quarter tou
The same combination cli

kWieildeats,
.k Mike five yards and a second-quarter
rst lead touchdown.
e fourth I Billy Joe Dupree, a Louisiana
ld goal. contribution to t h e Spartans,
ng g o t hauled down the other two Ras-
lead on mussen touchdown passes, cov-
e, taking ering 42 yards with on which had
phomore been tiped high into the air by an
son and Indiana defender. The other play
I touch- covered five yards. I
The game, a battle of alsorans,
left Michigan State with a 3-4
record and 2-2 in the conference.
Indiana is 1-6, with a 1-3 Big Ten
ike Ras- mark.
uchdown * * *
's Spar-
ing 32-7 Gophers draw Hawks
's Hoos- MINNEAPOLIS - Iowa full-
back Tim Sullivan, the first half
fer from goat, plunged for two fourth pe-
11 but a riod touchdowns yesterday as the
offensive fired-up Hawkeyes overcame a
1-in job 14-0 Minnesota lead to tie the
Michigan Gophers 14-14 in Big Ten foot-
ball.
full con- Sullivan, who gained 137 yards
smussen in 31 carries, plunged one yard
on Bow- to cap a 70-yard drive with 9:34
ichdown. to play in the game and went
cked for in from the two with 6:08 on the

24-10
clock, after Levi Mitchell's 34-yard
run.
Marcos Melendez added the two
Iowa extra points, but missed .a
42-yard field goal with three sec-
onds left in the game. The kick
was far enough but veered off
to the left away from 'the goal-
posts.
Sullivan's finishing performance
overcame a first-half play which
saw him in the cl e ar at his
48, only to have Minnesota de-
fensive back Mike White sneak in
from behind and swipe the ball.
The Gophers took a 14-0 lead
with Craig Curry's 10-yard touch-
down pass to Doug Kingsriter and
Curry's one-yard sneak in the
third period.
Iowa's upset tie overshadowed a
brilliant performance by line-
backer Bill Light. The 222-pound
Minnesota junior w a s in on 32
tackles, forced a fumble and in-
tercepted a pass.
The tie left Minnesota with a
2-3-1 season record and Iowa is
1-5-1. Both teams are 1-2-1 in
the Big Ten.

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two quarters, scored on a one-
yard run late in the first period.
Bill Planisek of Northwestern
and Fred Schram of Ohio State
traded field goals to keep the
Buckeyes behind at half time for
the second straight week.

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By The Associated Press
COLLEGE STATION, Tex.-Ar-
kansas tailback Bill Burnett es-
tablished a Southwest Conference
scoring record with three touch-
downs yesterday, but the sensa-
tional senior suffered a shoulder
separation in a costly 45-6 mas-
sacre of the bewildered Teax A&M
Aggies that finished his college:
career.
Burnett, who holds the SWC
career touchdown record of 50,
tallied on two runs of one yard
each and dashed 34 yards with
a pass from quarterback Bill
Montgomery as the eighth ranked
Razerbacks blitzed A&M for 24
points in the first period.
The six foot, 180-lb. Butnett
was injured on a crunching tackle

by Boice Best in the second quar-
ter. Team doctors said Burnett
must undergo surgery and will be
lost for the year.
Burnett scored 294 points in his
career, beating the old mark of
288 held by Southern Methodist
Doak Walter, who played four
years.
* * * '
Indians raid
STANFORD, Calif.-Jim Plun-
kett of sixth-ranked Stanford
went over 7,000 yards in career
total offense yesterday as the In-
dians moved a step nearer the
Rose Bowl with a 48-10 Pacific-8
football victory over Oregon State.
The Indians, 5-0 in the confer-
ence, will go the Rose Bowl for the

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first time in 19 years if they beat
Washington next Saturday.
Plunkett, Stanford's senior quar-
terback, became the first major
college player in history to ac-
count for 7,000 yards when he
threw a 70-yard touchdown pass
to Jack Lasater in the first per-
iod. He threw two more touch-
down passes as the Indians broke
the game open in the second half.
Oregon State intercepted two
Plunkett aerials in the first half
and trailed only 17-10 at halftime.
But on the second play of the
third quarter, Stanford safety Jim
Kauffman intercepted a pass by
Beaver quarterback Jim Kilmar-
tin and sprinted 37 yards for a
touchdown.
The Beavers never moved over
the 50 yard line in the second
half, and Stanford rolled up the
biggest score against Oregon State
since Dee Andros became coach
of the Beavers five years ago.
* * *
,OS ANGELES - Soccer-style
place kicker Randy Wersching
kicked a 46-yard field goal late in
the fourth quarter to break a 10-
10 tie and give California its first
victory over Southern California in
12 years yesterday, 13-10.
The trice-beaten Golden Bears
erased a spectacular 76-yard scor-
ing pass play from quarterback
Jimmy Jones to running back
Clarence Davis which put the Tro-
jans ahead at the half 7-3.
Southern Cal went ahead 10-3
midway in thedthird quarter on
a 22-yard field goal by Ron
Ayala.
The Bears traveled 68 yards in
14 plays, twice making needed
yardage on fourth down, and
knotted the count at 10-10 with

Penhall diving over from the one
and Wersching adding the extra
point.
the Bears were not through.
Penhall swept them from midfield
to the TroJan 29 where Wersching
got off the winning kick from
the 36, his 21st and longest career
field goal.
Texas triumphs
AUSTIN, Tex-Texas fullback
Steve Worster sledgehammered
SMU for four touchdowns yester-
day, leading the No. 1 rated Long-
horns to their 26th straight vic-
tory,' a 42-15 thumping of the
Mustangs.
With the Texas crowd crying,
"Woooo" each time the goal line
was within smelling distance, the
205-pound senior rammed 141-
yards on 25 carries.
Worster missed a fifth TD only
because the Mustangs were de-
termined to tackle nobody but
him at their 1-yard line in the
fourth. quarter. They turned him
back tiwce before halfback Jim
Bertelsen sailed over the line for
the score.
* * *
Middies sunk
PHILADELPHIA - Quarter-
back Joe Theismann threw two
touchdown passes and ran for 49
yards as third-ranked Notre Dame
destroyed outclassed Navy ,56-7
yesterday for its sixth straigth vic-
tory before a crowd of 45,226 in
half-filled John F. Kennedy sta-
dium.
Notre Dame rolled up 000 yards
-408 by rushing-while holding
Navy to 228 yards-151 through
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