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Sunday, October 7, 1973

I HE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Sunday, October 7, 1973 I HE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Nine

Notre

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By The Associated Press their fourth straight victory with of inside-outside running and short,
SOUTH BEND - Wayne Bullock touchdown pass plays of 19 and 67 productive passes.
and Pete Demmerle scored sec- yards in the second quarter and 32 The Hoosiers, 2-2, took 14 plays
ond-quarter touchdowns and spt- nto grab an early 7-0 lead, with jun-
tering, eighth-ranked Notre Dame in the third quarter. ior Dennis Cremeens going the last
clung to a -14-10 victory over Mich- A n d e r s o n, unperturbed by a two yards around the left side.
igan State. game-long drizzle, caught f i v e
It was a long afternoon for the passes for 142 yards and tied a A pair of Frank Nester field
error-prone Irish, who had their Nebraska record with the three goals rallied the Mountaineers to
backs to the wall as late as the touchdown receptions. only a 7-6 deficit before a home-
fourth quarter. The Spartans drove - coming crowd, but the Hoosiers
to the Notre Dame 24-yard line -be- marched 41 yards following a
fore losing the ball on a key pass StIiford, 24-0 shanked punt just before halftime
interception by Mike Townsend CHAMPAIGN - Fullback Scott for their second touchdown.
with about 10 minutes to play. Laidlaw plunged for two touch-
Michigan State's defense repulsed downs as Stanford, striking early Arizon, 2-20
the first four Notre Dame drives, against butterfingered Illinois, re-
but the crunching Irish offense IOWA CITY-A 23-yard field goal
finally put together an 80-yard by Charlie Gorham with less than
drive capped by Bullock's one- g two minutes left in the game gave
yard smash. Arizona a 23-20 football victory over
The Irish, now 3-0, began to winless Iowa yesterday.
build up steam later in the quarter, lentlessly pounded to a 24-0 upset The Wildcats undefeated in their
their next drive swallowing 63 of the favored Illini. first four 'outings under new Coach
yards in four plays. Demmerle, a ;Stanford's Cardinals, a 10-point and former Michigan assistant Jim
split end, hauled in a 33-yard pass underdog, parlayed two Illini mis- Young, were led by clutch passing
from quarterback Tom Clements cues into touchdowns within four by quarterback Bruce Hill and the
for the touchdown. minutes of the first period and the losing line charges of junior backs
* *Illini never recovered. Willie Hamilton and Jim Upchurch.
Ohio State, 27-3 ** * * *

Starch added 184 yards is 13!
carries, including a 47-yard totcn-
down run which gave the Badgers
a 30-21 advantage early in the
fourth quarter.
Purdue, 27-7
, WEST LAFAYETTE-Sophomore
I quarterback Craig Nagel brought
Purdue's slumbering offense to
life in the second half here yesuer-
day to spark the Boilermakers past
Duke's Blue Devils, 27-7.
Nagel, subbing for injured start-
er Bo Bobrowski, scored one touch-
down and fired up the Boiaer-
makers after Duke took a 7-3 lead
in the third quarter.
Ohio U, 14-12
EVANSTON-Dave Houseton, a
afreshman tailback, powered an 87-1
yard drive and smashed over with
the winning touchdown yesterday
to lead Ohio University to a 14-12
victory over Northwestern.

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COLUMBUS - Fill-in fullback Indiana, 28-14
Bruce Elia scored a pair of touch- MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Fired
downs and speedster Archie Grif- by an 80-yard scoring drive on its
fin added two more as top-ranked first possession, Indiana used a
Ohio State belted Washington State, stern defense and the passing of
27-3, yesterday. Willie Jones yesterday to throttle
Elia, subbing for the injured 20th ranked and previously unbeat-
Harold "Champ" Henson, bulled en West Virginia 28-14.
17 yards for Ohio State's first Jones, a junior quarterback who
touchdown in the second period, mses fir tworseak o
then rambled nine yards for a'missed his first two seasons oe-
score in the third. cause of injuries, baffled West Vir-
Griffin, the nation's seventh lead- ginia, 3-1, with a masterful blend
ing rusher going into the game,
tore through the Cougar, defense
for 128 yards, scored on a six-yard
pass and ran once over fronm 26,
yards. * URD

Wisconsin, 37-28
MADISON-Wisconsin mounted a
pair of nine-point leads behind te.
record running of sophomores Bill
Marek and Ken Starch, then held
off a Wyoming rally for a 37-28
victory.
Marek rushed 29 times for a
school record 226 yards and three
touchdowns, including a 35-yard
scamper for an insurance score
with 47 seconds to go.

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Nebraska, 48-7
MINNEAPOLIS-Southpaw David
Humm b u r n e d Minnesota with
three touchdown passes to Frosty
Anderson yesterday as the second
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smothered the Gophers 48-7.
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