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Sunday, November 8, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

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HAVE A 'NEW'
WARDROBE FOR THE
COST OF CLEANING

Monzon knocks out
Benvenuti in 12th

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ROME {P) --- Argentina's Car-
los Monzon knocked out Italy's
Nino Benvenuti with a crashing
right in the 12th round last night
to w i n the world middleweight
championship in a resounding up-
set.
Monzon's blow came two min-
utes into the round. The punch
caught the 32-year-old championj
flush on the chin.
Benvenuti was still lying on his
back when referee Rudlolf Durst
of West Germany finished count-
ing him out.

been knocked out. The other was
by Tom Bethea of New York in a
non-title fight in Melbourne, Aus-
tralia, last March. Nino stopped
Bethea in a title rematch at
Umag, Yugoslavia in eight rounds
May 23 this year.
Benvenuti, making his fifth ti-
tle defense, had held the middle-
weight crown since he defeated
Emile Griffith of New Y o r k in
1968.
Monzon, an unknown interna-
tionally, has done m o s t of his
fighting in S o u t h America. He

Arkansas
By The Associated Press
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Quar-
terback Bill Montgomery guided
the seventh ranked Arkansas Ra-
zorbacks to five straight second
I half touchdowns, scoring three
times himself, as the Razorbacks
rallied for a 38-14 victory o v e r
Rice yesterday.
Rice had taken a 14-13 half-
time lead, scoring twice in the
final 92 seconds of the second
quarter.
Montgomery, faking beautifully,
constantly fooled the Rice defend-
ers. He scored twice on four and
two and tacked on a 20-yard
scoring burst.
Montgomery got help from tail-
back Mike Saint who came off
the bench in the second half to
help establishc the Razorbacks'
ground game.
* * *
Florida flies
JACKSONVILLE -- John Reav-
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the first five and a half minutes
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Spectators jumped into the ring now has a record of 74 victories.
as Benvenuti hit the canvas and three defeats and three draws.
tried to attack the referee. Police It was his 45th knockout.
intervened to shove the fans Benvenuti, appearing in his 11th
back. world title fight, suffered his
Monzon was in c o m in a n d fifth loss against 82 victories and
through most of the bout and had four draws. The Trieste-born Ben-
the champion tiring. venuti had been a 3-1 favorite to
T h e 28-year-old Argentine's whip Monzon.
speed and longer reach gave him Monzon rocked t h e champion
an edge over the more experienc- with two lefts to the face in the
ed champion. Both fighters bare- opening round and fought aggres-
ly m a d e the 160-pound weight sively throughout. The crowd of
limit at 1593% pounds. 15.000 at the Rome Sports-Palace
This was only the second time cheered when Benvenuti rallied in

in Benvenuti's career that he had 1

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the fifth and sixth rounds. 24-17 Southeastern Conference
football victory over Georgia.
Florida puzzled a sellout crowd
of 70,294 by sticking to a ground
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passing sparingly until, Georgia
01 " took a 17-10 lead late in the third
quarter by grinding out 68 yards
to a touchdown for the s e c o n d

-Daily-Terry McCarthy

Blue Wave piles on

Rug gers duplicate grid success,
shut out Illini twice, 33-0, 15-0

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time on a sunny 70-degree after-
noon.
Tide turned
BIRMINGHAM - Buddy Lee
engineered a masterful 87-yard
game-turning touchdown drive in;
the third period yesterday as 11th-
ranked Louisiana State, led by itsj
vicious defense, whipped No. 191
Alabama 14-9.
Lee hit on four passes for 36
yards in the drive while Arthur
Cantrelle tracked through the Tides
line for 30 yards and Jim Benglis
for another 19.

By JOEL GREER
In another ragged affair yes-
terday at Palmer Field, the Mich-
igan ruggers didn't waste any time
in preserving their long at home
winning streak. Their scrappy at-
tack, aided by numerous Illini
miscues, produced an early 9-0
lead which blossomed into a 33-0
romp at the game's end.
The Michigan backs finallyf
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uously made long gains against'
the outclassed Illini defense.
"The backs played very well
while the forwards were a little
sluggish," commented injured club
president Hank Lukaski. "This
year's been a complete reversal
over the last few. It's usually the
forwards who are dominant."
Michigan crossed the goal line
nine times to set a Palmer field
record. However, the kicking was
rather poor as only three of the
nine tries were converted.
The Blues started fast as fly-
half Peter Hooper scored twice in
the opening few minutes. Terry.
Larrimer then busted through the
struggling Illini defense to score
the first of two tries to make the
1score 9-0.
Peter Swift was awarded a try+
when he was tackled in the Illini
in-goal attempting to recover a
loose ball. The referee called In-
terference and the Blues were on
the board again. Winger Tom
Kuzma completed the scoring in
the first half on a sharp passing
combination by the three-quarters
line.
Taking a 15-0 lead into the
half, it appeared that Michi-
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Michigan to a deadlock last spring.
Their play in the second half
was hardly indicative of a first-
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constantly provided with an open-
ing through the paper-thin Illini
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Larrimer then scored his second
try early in the second half as he
dove across the Illini line. Scrum-
half Cleland Child converted and
Michigan widened the gap to 20-0.
Child then calmly avoided sev-
eral Illinois tacklers as he scam-
pered 35 yards for a try which was
converted by Peter Swift. Wing-
forward Tom Raboine concluded
the Michigan scoring with two un-
usual tries.
The first came on a scrum at
the Illini five yard line. The scrum
was shoved into the line and
Raboine fell on the ball as it came
out. The second came as he re-
covered a Michigan kick in the
Illini in-goal.
The "B" games was also a mis-
match as the Michigan Golds roll-
ed to an easy 15-0 victory. Inside-
center Dean Daggett scored three
times while Wally Carrarra and
John Bowers each scored once.

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The Middle East

- Our Next Indochina?

From Sept. 21-23, 1970 Washington was prepared to invade Jordan any moment. To save King
Hussein's throne under the pretext that the Hashenite monarch was a victim of "foreign aggres-
sion." President Nixon ordered 3 aircraft carriers, each carrying 50 combat planes to the coast of
Lebanon. Two airborne battalions of the U.S. 8th Infantry Division were placed on alert in Mainz,
West Germany. Troops from the 82nd Airborne Division were on alert at Fort Bragg, North Caro-
lina. (The same unit was used by LBJ to crush the 1965 revolt in Santa Domingo and the 1967
black uprising in Detroit.)
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