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By The Associated Press nine-yard scamper early in the1
STILLWATER, Okla. - A 1t on third quarter. *
Gerard, junior college transfer
from Salinas, Cal., charged over
for three touchdowns and an in- ols violated
spired Oklahoma State defense!
produced a flurry of Colorado turn- BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-Terry Hen-
overs as the Cowboys .shocked the ley's running and a stingy defense
third-ranked Buffaloes 31-6 in the led by Ken Bernich and Danny
IBig Eight opener for both teams Sanspree led Auburn to a 10-6 up-
yesterday. set of fourth-ranked Tennessee yes-
The Cowboys, directed, superbly terday and marked Auburn as a
out of the wishbone by junior quar- football power again in the South-
terbackhBrent Blackman, burst out eastern Conference.
to a 21-0 halftime lead as the BuffsI
gave up the ball three times onj
fumbles and once on an inter-!
ception.
Blackman capped an 80-yard
drive with a 16-yard touchdown
strike to split end Steve Pettes to The Tigers, unranked and un-
get the Cowboys rolling midway in impressive in their first two vic-
the first half. tories, continued their mastery
Gerard, 195-pound halfback who over Tennessee. Auburn now has
led the nation's junior colleges in handed the Vols three of their four
scoring at Hartnell, Cal., scored losses under Coach Bill Battle.
his first TD on a one-yard plunge Henley, a big, durable runner,
midway in the second periodA carried every time but twice in an
The TD was set up by Alvin 81-yard drive that ended on the
Brown's interception of a Joe secondhplay of the second period
Duenas pass that put the ball on when he plunged over from one
the CU 30. 'vard out.
Gerard, who did not start, plow-
ed over again from the one after The Tigers added a 30-yard field
another 80-yard march late in the goal by Gardner Jett late in the
second period and dashed in on a third period after Sanspree re-
-_covered a fumble by Tennessee's

Tennessee's attempted pass for a Florida State out-scored Kansas
two-point conversion. 44-22 in an intersectional football
A later Tennessee threat was game yesterday.
halted when David Langner inter- All of Huff's payoff pitches came
cepted a pass and returned it to in the first half, giving the Semi-
the Vol 14. noles a 28-7 halftime advantage.
Huff heaved 27 and 9 yards to
Smith, the first one putting Florida
Sooners shellack State ahead for good.

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NORMAN, Okla. - All-America
halfback Greg Pruitt scampered
for three touchdowns and reserve
fullback Tim Welch gained 158'
yardb yesterday to power the sec-
ond-ranked Oklahoma Sooners to
a 52-3 victory over Clemson.
Pruitt scored on runs of five,
four and one yards and gained 52
yards over-all to move into third
place among OU's all-time rushing
leaders, but Welch, starting in
place of injured Leon Crosswhite,
kept the Sooners' high-powered
offense rolling with consistent gains
up the middle as the outmanned
Tigers concentrated on protecting
their flanks.
The Sooners led only 7-0 after
the first quarter, but they exploded!
for 17 points in the last seven min-
utes before intermission to break;
the game open.j
The victory was the third straight
lopsided triumph for the Sooners,
who still have not yielded a touch-
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Tuesday, October 3
3:00-4:30

Missou whips Cal
COLUMBIA, Mo. - A couple of
second-string running backs, Chuck
Link and Ray Bybee, led the
Missouri Tigers to a 20-point first-
quarter explosion and a 34-27 inter-
sectional football victory over
California yesterday.
Missouri led 27-0 at the half, but
was almost snowed under in the
second half by California quarter-I
back Jay Cruze, who took over for 1
Steve Bartkowski late in the second
half.
Cruze passed for four touch-
downs and 342 yards, hitting 18 of
25 passes. He broke the school ROBERTO CLEMENTE of the Pitt
passing yardage record of 321, set 11th player in major league histor
by Dave Penhall against Stanford yesterday when he belted a fourth
in 1969. York Mets. Two nights Ego an appa
error.
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Bill Budder on the 20. second in three games for Clem-
Meanwhile, the Auburn defense son.
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was stifling Tennessee's running,
and its secondary, helped by a
stiff wind, held Condredge Hollo- Seminoles ax
way's passing in check. Gary Val-
Buea trew a 0-yrd corng LAWRENCE, Kan. - Golden-
buena threw a 30-yard scoring armed Gary Huff fired four touch-
strike to Chip Howard late in the down passes and Barry Smith
game. Sanspree knocked down snared two of them as 16th-ranked
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"It was a big day all around,"'
commented an exhuberant Dixon
Farmer. The Wolverine cross-coun-
try coach became the proud father
of a baby daughter at one o'clock
yesterday morning, and was greet-
ed nine hours later with one of the
most impressive showings by his

ing on a muddy day with some
puddles 18 inches deep.
"It was far and away Keith's
best race of his career, a real
confidence builder," said Farm-
er, whose team finished second
in a six team race at Toledo
behind powerhouse Miami of
Ohio.

By The Associated Press walk and Jim Northrup's single
DETROIT - Exploding for six brought in Cash and set the stage
runs in the first inning the Detroit for Brinkman's sixth homer of the
Tigers went on to defeat the Mil- ye r, a 350-foot drive into left field
waukee Brewers 13-4 yesterday and seas.
keep their American League East-' "Let's keep it going one at a
ern Division championship hopes tine and make the best of it,"
alive, said Manager Billy Martin in a
The victory still left the Tigers s ebdled tone afterward.
one and one-half games behind the "We'll have to do it on a daily
victorious Boston Red Sox. basis," said Norm Cash quietly.
Detroit's victory eliminated the "I'm hitting the ball as well as
third-place New York Yankees I have all year," said shortstop
from the division race and left Brinkman, "although my batting
only the Tigers and Red Sox in average doesn't show it."
contention. iosoxbox
The Tigers chased Milwaukee'
starter Skip Lockwood after eight BALTIMORE - Hot-hitting Carl
men came to bat, climaxed by Ed Yastrzemski drove in two runs
Brinkman's home run. The splurge with a single and a home run last
tagged the Brewer right-hander night, leading the Boston Red Sox
with his 13th loss in 20 decisions. to a 3-1 American League victory
Detroit's Joe Coleman gained his over the Baltimore Orioles.
19th victory, hurling eight innings. Marty Pattin, 16-13, earned the
Dick McAuliffe greeted Lock- victory and Yastrzemski, who has
wood with a looping single and Al led Boston's September surge, key-
Kaline followed with a double to ed the Sox' offense.
left-center. Yastrzemski led off the Boston
After Duke Sims fanned, Norm eighth and boomed his 12th homer
Cash chased in both runners with a of the year and eighth this month
base hit. Willie Horton drew a to give the Sox some insurance.
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completed, Robert E. Short,
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IIuggfers
0znnp Toronto
in big battle
By JANET McINTOSH
Special To The Daily
TORONTO - The Anderson boys
aved the day for the muddy but
ictorious Michiganruggersyes-
-rday afternoon as they twice
efeated the tough Toronto Blues
n two most exciting contests.
Michigan rocketed into the lead
s "Trapper" John Jiles scored the
irst try for the Blue team. Christ-
)her Penoyar added the conver-
ion. Toronto rallied immediately
fter to tie the game 6-6 w h e n
Rick Hadder scored on a long
un and then successively convert-
d.
Things looked black as the chanc-
s for a tie game increased, when
ut of the setting sun rode, John
,.nderson to score in the last five

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harriers in the two years since Particularly encouraging was the
cross-country returned to Michi- fact that Miami of Ohio defeated
gan. defending Big Ten Champion
Leading a field of about 60 run- Michigan State 21-37 last week. If,
ners Keith Brown smashed Olym- a dual meet score had been kept
pic champion Dave Wottle's course Miami would have defeated Michi-
record with a blistering 30:34 for gan by an identical score, which
the six mile racer35 seconds fast- gives the rapidly improving Wol-
er than the old record, and com- verines hopes for a Big Ten chain-
pionship.
"I'm really pleased. With the
exception of the Big Ten meet last
year, this is our best race in the
two years we've been here," added
Farmer.
Bill Bolster made a giant im-
provement over his showing last
week by turning in a time of
31:09'which tied the old record
and gave him eighth place. After
Bolster, Michigan had the tight
grouping which Coach Farmer
has been looking for with RickI
Schott 12th in 31:51, Mike Tay-
lor 15th in 31:57, and George
Khouri 16th in 31:57.5.
Finishing behind the Wolverines
were Ohio University; who defeat-
ed Michigan last year, Ashland
College, Toledo, and Cleveland Col-
lege. It was run on the same course
which the Mid-American cham-
pionship will be held on.
Michigan got a surprise in its
sixth position as Daxe Mogk, a
freshman from Grosse Pointe,
came on with a time of 33:55.
Freshmen Jon Cross and Doug
Barkley both saw their first action,
but finished far back as they are
r still recovering from injuries.

American League
East

NATIONAL LEAGUE
East

Boston
Detroit
New York
Baltimore
Cleveland
Milwaukee
Oakland
Chicago
Minnesota

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84
83
79
78
69
62
West
91
85
75

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67
69
71
73
83
90
61
65
74

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.527
.517
.454
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Pittsburgh
Chicago
New York
St. Louis
Montreal
Philadelphia

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83
78
73
67
56

L
57
67
71
79
81
94

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Kansas City 75 76 .497 151/
California 73 78 .483 171/
Texas 52 99 .344 391j
Yesterday's Results
Cleveland at New York, postponed
Detroit 13, Milwaukee 4
Boston 3, Baltimore
Oakland 10, Kansas City 5
Chicago 5, Texas 3
Minnesota at California, inc.
Today's Games
Cleveland (Perry 23-16) and Dunning
(5-4) at New York (Peterson 17-14)
and (Gardner 8-4)
Boston (McGlothen 8-6) at Baltimore
(Cuellar 17-12)
Oakland (Holtzman 18-11) at Kansas
City (Murphy 4-3)
Chicago (Wood 24-15) at Texas
(Bosnman 7-10)
Milwaukee (Parsons 13-12) at Detroit
(Hiller 1-2)
Minnesota (Blyleven 15-17) at Cali-

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West-
Cincinnati 92 58 .613 -
Houston 83 66 .557 81
Los Angeles 82 69 .543 10
Atlanta 70 80 .467 22
San Francisco 65 86 .430 271
San Diego 57 92 .383 341
Results
St. Louis 2, Chicago 1, 16 innings
Philadelphia 3, Montreal 0, 1st
Montreal 8, Philadelphia 4, 2nd
Pittsburgh 5, New York 0 x
Los Angeles 4, Cincinnati 2, 10 innings
San Francisco 3, Atlanta 1
Houston at San Diego, inc.
' Today's Games
New York (Koosman 10-12) at Pitts-
burgh (Blass 1977)
St. Louis (Bibby 1-2) at Chicago
(Pappas 16-7)
Philadelphia (Reynolds 2-14) at
Montreal (McAnally 5-15)
Los Angeles (Rau 2-1) at Cincinnati
(Gullett 8-10)
Houston (Wilson 15-9) at San Diego
(Caldwell 7-10)
Atlanta (Stone 6-10) at San Fran-
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seconds of the game, handing
Michigan four big ones. "Trapper"
John scored a timely conversion,
making the final count 12-6. An-
derson's reaction to his first try
of the season was- an-amazed, "I
think I must be dreaming."
The two. rugby teams were well-
matched. Poor field position ne-
cessitated that it be predominantly
forward game with the support of
the loose rocks deciding the play's
outcome.
Not to be otdone by their coun-
terparts, the Gold also rallied in
the closing minutes of play to tri-
u1mph over the Toronto club, 6-3.
'Carl Anderson scored on a devast-
ating 45-yard run, deftly dribbling
through a maze of defenders. Rory
O'Connor made the conversion.

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