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Page Eight


Sunday, September 17, 1972






We Don't Just
Publish a Newspaper
* We meet new people
9 We laugh a lot
" We find consolation
s We play football
* We make money (maybe)
* We solve problems
f We debate vital issues
* We drink 5c Cokes
e We have T.G.'s
JOIN the DAILY staff

Vols slip
By The Associated Press started the 1972 sea

son with a 20-17

flanker Johnny Rodgers.

White Jr. threw first-quiarter touch-

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Seventh- upset of Nebraska's defending na- The game in newly-enlarged down p-sses of 55 and 52 yards to
ranked Tennessee piled up 21 points tional champions. Memorial Stadium drew a record Steve Hollen as 13th-ranked Ari-
in the first half and then outlasted With Kermit Johnson carrying 76,042 to see Nebraska, rated tops zona State defeated Houston 33-28
sixth-ranked Penn State for a 28-21 five times for 31 yards and Har- in the nation before the season, in a nation lly-televised college
victory in an intersectional foot- mon passing for 13 yards to Brad stage its comeback. football game, in the Astrodome.
ball game last night. Lyman for a first down at the Pitt * * A 38-yard field goal by Juan
Tennessee jumped out to a 42, the Bruins marched to the two b Cruz in the fourth quarter proved
eout-and Harmon scored the first touch- p the difference.
three-touchdown leadskn the down on a keeper. SEATTLE-Washington quarter- *
sid theinigeofunningof Steve James McAlister scored from a back Sonny Sixkiller returned to
CanctheinsiderunningofStevyard out on the first play of the'action yesterday and hit Tom Scott Colorado clobbers
Chancey. second period and Efren Herera with a 45-yard scoring pass to lead BOULDER, Colo. - Colorado's
But the Nittany Lions came booted a 36-yard field goal for a the Huskies to a 14-6 victory over running game-sparked by Char-
storming back after intermission 17-0 bulge before the Bruins sent Duke in an intersectional football lie Davis, Bo Matthews and quar-
and outplayed Tennessee through in their second string backfield. game. terback Ken Johnson - ultimately
most of the second half. * * * Duke's Blue Devils held the predominated in a game of give-
Stanback scored on runs of 41 favored Huskies to a 0-0 halftime away yesterday as the nationally
and three yards, both coming after Sooners smash tie but finally got on the score- ranked Buffaloes posted a 56-14
Penn State turnovers. He tallied ! NORMAN, Okla.-Fourth-ranked board with five minutes to play. victory over Cincinnati in college
the game-clinching six-pointer in Oklahoma, displaying more bal- The scoring drive came right after football action.
the fourth period from the two to ance than a year ago and a wealth the Sixkiller to Scott touchdown. Cincinnati had moved to a 7-0
cap an 80-yard, 13-play drive that of freshman talent, launched its * * * lead on its first possession, but
consumed nearly seven minutes. 1972 football campaign by bowling could do little right after that as
* * * over Utah State, 49-0 yesterday. Middies nip numerous penalties killed the few
Bruins bash Oklahoma led 28-0 at the half ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Quarterback drives it got under way.
PITTSBURGH - Mark Harmon and coach Chuck Fairbanks sub- Fred Stuvek capped an 81-yard
took UCLA on scoring drives of 99 stituted liberally, even using three 1Navy drive with a two-yard run-u ,
and 83 yards the first two times the freshmen extensively on offense. with 34 seconds remaining as the he M r ugg ers
Bruins had the ball and, second The Aggies' deepest penetration favored Middies rallied to defeat
was to the OU 31 after a fumble stubborn William and Mary 13-9
dashed 63 yards for a second period recovery by Elton Brown in the yesterday.hea
rakdcollege football team de-. best Navy could do was a lone t apl d b
tuhdown as the nation's eighth , second period. Before the last-minute score, therakdcleefobltam e-bstNv cuddo asaon
feated Pittsburgh 38-28 yesterday. Huskers hammer touchdownin the second quarter D
It wassteeseondacnsectiveafter defensive halfback Pat Virtue ED t o t c u
It was the second consecutive$ LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska'spckdffapthttostua
triumph for the Bruins, who won LNON e.-Nbak picked off a pitchout to set up a
I only two games a year ago, but byenin UCinlfotal ast five-yard TD run four plays later
pions, stung byUCLAlastweekbyAndyPease.By CHUCK DRUKIS
Sretaliatedyesterday by crushing * * Special To The Daily
Texas A&M 37-7 on the steady DETROIT-The Michigan Rugby
quarterbacking of rookie David!OUStOnfall football club encountered the finest
Humm and the sparkling runs of HOUSTON - Quarterback Danny rugby club Detroit has ever put
f COLLEGE together in its ten year history
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Small Gas Engines 060
STARTS TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1972, Six (6) Weeks, 7:00-10:00 p.m.
Principles and service procedures are studied with
special emphasis placed on servicing live units.
Tune Up 043
STARTS THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1972, Six (6) Weeks, 7:00-10:00 p.m.
This class will cover the fundamentals necessary for proper tune up.
Students will rective practical experience on their own vehicles.
Saturday's Mechanic 059
STARTS SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, 1972, Six (6) Weeks, 9:00-12:00 a.m.
This course covers minor testing and repair procedures, minor tune up,
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experience on their own vehicles.

*i h r emkhobbled home with a 31-14 setback
S w i t uJw i ii while the Gold husked out an 11-6
Led by a pack of forwards who
strong seasonl deb ut undoubtedly must be the biggest
in the Midwest, the Motor City
ruggers struck for 13 quick points.
Michigan's only score of the half
By JEFF CHOWN came when.Ven Plato set up
Special to The Daily Ross Vickers with a long run. De-
YPSILANTI - Keith Brown paced Michigan's cross-country .team troit closed out the first half with
with an individual second place finish in a somewhat successful season another try making it 17-4.
debut at the Eastern Michigan Open yesterday. Michigan showed little improve-
Also giving fine efforts were George Khouri, finishing fifth, and ment in the second half as De-
Rick Schott, tenth, in a field of about 70. This led coach Dixon Farmer troit tacked on three more trys
to comment, "I was really pleased with our three top runners. But I on a rash of Blue errors.
am displeased with the next three. It wasn't a good team effort." With very brief moments of
Khouri ran a very exceptional race as he ran four of the five brilliancethixantmanaen tw
miles with one shoe off. "Somebody with spikes caught me in the run on the excellent broken field
running of Vickers and Rob Hui-
back of the foot and pulled my shoe off. Mentally it made me mad zenga.
and I picked up the pace, but toward the end I started thinking about Former captain Dick Moon, out
it," commented Khouri. for the season with a leg injury,
He was later taken to the University Health Service as stitches grimaced from the sidelines at
were required to close up the gash in his foot. the bleak Michigan showing.
Khouri was especially pleased with beating out EMU's Gordon .
Minty who finished right behind him. Minty wont the 5,000 and 10,000
meter runs last year in the NCAA college division championships. i oa or Le g ue
Farmer called it the best effort of Khouri's career.
Brown, who turned in a 25:37 clocking, was pleased with beating Stog inos
out Minty and Nick Ellis, also of EMU. Brown stated, "Before the
first mile I was hurting, but mentally I knew all the way that. I could American League
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______________________ People's Track Club, who won the race. Boston 76 62 .551-
Also bringing home a trophy was Rick Schott who was timed in Detroit 76 64 .543 1
Baltimore 76 65 .539 1
26:22. Khouri turned in a 25:55. Rounding out the top five were Bill New York 74 67 .525 3
Bolster in 31st with a 28:04 and Fred Gault 34th with 28:14. Cleveland 63 79 .444 15
No team totals were kept, but had there been, EMU probably Milwaukeet 58 85 .406 2
AND would have taken first on their strong grouping with Michigan second Oakland 83 57 .593
TE ELSDU and Alleghany College of Pennsylvania third. rhicago 78 61 .561 4
- -Kansas City 67 71 .486 15
California 66 73 .475 16
SU M R S L "Texas 52 8 .371 31
SU M R SA E" Baltimore 7, New York 3
TiE ii Boston 10, Cleveland 0
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4Detroit 2, Milwaukee 1
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Were$155.00+LUNCHES DAILY Detroit (Coleman, 16-13) at Milwau-
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St. Louis 68 74 .479 2
HOURS Bank Americard 2455 s. STATE BACK-TO-SCHOOL DISCOUNT Montreal 64 75 .4602
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St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 0
Montreal at Philadelphia, inc.
San Francisco 8-2, Atlanta 5-5
San Diego at Cincinnati, inc.
Los Angeles 10, Houston 0
Today's Games
Pittsburgh (Ellis, 14-7) at St. Louis
(Cleveland, 13-14)
Montreal (McAnally, 4-15) at Phil-
adelphia (Reynolds, 2-13)
Los Angeles (Downing, 8-8) at
Houston (Dierker, 15-7)
San Francisco (Bryant, 12-6) at
Atlanta (Freeman, 2-0)
New York (McAndrew, 11-5) at
Chicago (Jenkins, 20-13)
San Diego (Caldwell, 7-8) at Cin-
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