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'Page Six


Sunday, October 15, 1972

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Sunday, October 15, 1972


Tenace homers twice;

Buckeyes overrun Illini

A's outlast



By The Associated Press ped loose for 192 yards and Henson McNulty
COLUMBUS - Giant fullback ran his touchdown total to nine touchdow
Harold Henson hammered for for the season. Wisconsin
three touchdowns from short range Illinoi's only touchdown came y footballg
and freshman whiz Archie Griffin on a picture halfback pass play Indiana
supplied the long gainers yester- from Lonnie Perrin to Joe Lewis with a 1
day, powering fourth ranked Ohio that covered 60 yards in the sec- four min
State to a 26-7 Big Ten football ond quarter. Gartner
triumph over stubborn Illinois. McNulty
Henson, a 6-foot-4, 224-pound downs.
sophomore, stormed 5, one and Big en Foob allI Wiscon
one yards for his scores as the un- Ferguson
beaten Buckeyes posted their That trimmed Ohio State's lead 15 carri
fourth straight victory and kept to 13-7. The Buckeyes came right led to b
the Illini winless in five games back with a 79-yard march climax- touchdow
this fall. ed by Henson's one yard plunge, Fergus
Griffin, a home town tailback putting the game out of reach of more aft
who rolled up a school record of the Illini, 21 point underdogs. parently
239 rushing yards two weeks ago, d jury sus
peeled off runs of 48 and 41 yards Badgers burned
to complement t h e Buckeyes' BLOOMINGTON - Chris Gart- Purci
vaunted inside power game. ner booted a Big Ten record four MINNE
The 5-10, 180 pound Griffin slip- field goals and quarterback Ted strong A
i i s t sstamsm sem iise? tis?!iimisilisistEsi!5sissi'sals fense for

had a hand in three
ns as Indiana pounded
n 33-7 in a homecoming
game yesterday afternoon.
a broke open a tight game
7 point burst in the final
nutes of the first half as
kicked a field goal and
passed for two touch-
sin's Rufus "Roadrunner"
n ran for only 64 yards in
es, and his two fumbles
oth of Indiana's first half
on carried only twice
er his second fumble, ap-
nursing a shoulder in-
tained last week.

e pounces
shredded Minnesota's
152 yards rushing and


CINCINNATI (;) - Handyman
Gene Tenace walloped a pair of
home runs and controversial Vida
Blue came out of the bullpen and
saved the victory as the Oakland
A's defeated the Cincinnati Reds
3-2 yesterday in the opening game
of baseball's 1972 World Series.
Tenace, who had only .five hom-
ers during the regular season, drove
in all of Oakland's runs with a
pair of shots off Cincinnati start-
er Gary Nolan.
He became the first player ever
to hit home runs in each of his
first two World Series trips to the
VIDA BLUE, unhappy with his
recent relief roles, hurled shut-out
ball for the final 21/ innings, sav-
ing the triumph for Oakland start-
er Ken Holtzman.
Tenace, usually a catcher but
previously used as an infielder and
outfielder, hit a 2-1 pitch by Nolan
in the second inning after George
Hendrick, replacing injured Reg-
gie Jackson in the A's lineup, had
Johnny Bench and Tony Perez
opened the second inning w i t h
singles to left and Denis Menke
walked, loading the bases with none
out against Holtzman.
Cesar Geronimo popped up, the
runners holding and then D a v e
Concepcion bounced into a f o r c e
play as the A's barely missed a
double play. Bench scored, a n d
when Nolan struck out, the A's
were out of the inning with only
one run on the scoreboard for the

Reds. rinner George Foster to second,
CINCINNATI tied it in the fourth and J'lian Javier's bouncer to
when Bench led off with a wlk s :coed moved the tying run to
and Perez singled him to third. third.
Menke's force play grounder scor- That left it up to Rose and Blue
ed Bench again, tying the score and it was a battle that the talent-
2-2. ed Oakland left-hander won. Rose
The tie didn't last long. With hit a high bouncer to second, and
one out in the fifth, Tenace, whose Ted Kubiak's quick throw to first
real first name is Fury, unloaded ended the game.
again. This time the ball sailed It was the fourth straight Ok-
down the left field foul line and land game in which Blue has re-
barely stayed fair giving Oakland lieved and his fifth post-season re-
a 3-2 lead. lief job. He had come out of the
bullpen only twice in 25 games dur-
BENCH's second hit of t h e ing the regular season. He has not
game, a line double off the right allowed a run in 72/3 innings of re-
field wall leading off the sixth lief.

Big Ten Standings

Ohio State
Michigan State
Yesterday's results
Ohio State 26, Illinois 7
Purdue 28, Minnesota 3
Iowa 23, Northwestern 12
Indiana 33, Wisconsin 7

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0 2 0 7 50 0 5 0 55
0 3 0 26 51 1 4 0 53
This week's games
MICHIGAN at Illinois
Indiana at Ohio State
Wisconsin at Michigan State
Northwestern at Purdue
Iowa at Minnesota

for two touchdowns, the second on
a 97 yard kickoff return, and Pur-
due overwhelmed the winless Go-
PA phers 28-3 yesterday in a Big Ten
23 football game.
Armstrong, who needs less than
39 100 yards to become Purdue's all-
97 time career rushing leader slam-
77 med in for a touchdown from five
82 yards out on the first play of the
88 second quarter on one of his 24
82, 'carries.
176 Purdue, 2-0 in the Big Ten and
171 2-3 for the season, missed poten-
11 tial scoring opportunities on the
110 Minnesota one and 28 because of
fumbles and on the 12 on downs.
Hawks soar
EVANSTON - Underdog Iowa
guided by rookie quarterback Bob
Ousley, stung error-prone North-
western on Brian Rollins 42 yard
end around sprint and Rick Pen-
ney's 47 yard punt return to score
a 23-12 Big Ten football upset yes-
terday afternoon.
IThe Hawkeyes, scoring their
first conference victory in three'
starts jumped off to a 7-0 lead on
the games' fifth play after a fum-
bled Northwestern punt snap and
kept rollingwto a 20-0phalftimepmar-
gin over the rattled Wildcats.
The seven point underdog in a
meeting of Big Ten cellar clubs,
Iowa sent tailback Davis Harris
over on a nine yard run two plays
after recovering Northwestern's
poor center snap on a punt on the
Wildcat 14.

inning, finished Holtzman. Rollie
Fingers came out of the bullpen
and struck out Perez and Menke
before getting Geronimo on an in-
ning-ending line drive to left.
In the seventh, Concepcion open-
ed with a single but Tenace threw
him out stealing on a close play
at second base. One out 1 a t e r,
Pete Rose walked and A's Man-
ager Dick Williams brought in Blue,
a 24-game winner last year but
only 6-10 after a lengthy spring
holdout this season.
After a wild pitch moved Rose
to second, Blue walked Joe Mor-
gan, but got Bobby Tolan on a foul
pop, ending the threat.
Blue breezed through the eighth
inning, but got into a jam in the
ninth when pinch hitter Hal Mc-
Rae opened with a single.
CONCEPCION sacrificed pinch

The nationally televised g a m e
drew 52,918 in Riverfront Stadium,
the largest crowd ever to watch
a baseball game in Cincinnati:
The second game of the series is
scheduled for this afternoon in Riv-
erfront Stadium. The teams switch
to Oakland for games 3 and 4
Tuesday and Wednesday. The fifth
game, if necessary, will be play-
ed in Oakland Thursday.
Jim "Catfish" Hunter, 21-7, will
start the second game for the A's,
and Ross Grimsley, a 14-game win-
ner during the regular season, will
go for the Reds.
Tenace anyone?

AP Photo
OAKLAND CATCHER Gene Tenace connects for the first of his
two home runs off Cincinnati hurler Gary Nolan during the sec-
ond inning of yesterday's 3-2 Oaklind World Series victory. Look-
ing on are catcher Johnny Bench and umpire Chris Pelekoudas.

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By The Associated Press
DALLAS - Second-ranked Okla-
homa's high octane running backs
have been grabbing the headlines,
but the Sooners' rugged defense,
headed by tackle Derland Moore
and guard Lucious Selmon, put a
27-0 collar on 10th-ranked Texas
With the Sooners owning a

Ann Arbor Cablecasting Commission
A public hearing will be held by the Commission at 7:30
p.m. on Wednesday, October 18, in the Council Chamber at
City Hall. The topic of the hearing is the draft operating
rules for the Public Access Channel of the Ann Arbor Cable
TV System. These rules define "comment use" and "presen-
tation use" of the channel and detail the procedures by which
individuals and groups may obtain access to the channel for
these types of use. Charges for program origination, payment
procedures, prohibitions of certain types of material, and
other matters are treated in the rules. Copies of the draft
rules are available from the Commission's Secretary at City
The draft rules are intended to serve as a focus for public
comment and Commission discussion; extensive revision may
well take place prior to formal adoption of rules. In particu-
lar, all time intervals, dollar amounts and other specific
numerical values in the draft are to be considered highly
Interested persons may comment on the rules, either at
the hearing or in writing. Written comments should be re-
ceived by the Commission's Secretary at City Hall not later
than 5:00 p.m. Friday, October 20.
For the Commission by:
Date of Publication: Sun., Oct. 15, 1972

Miclugan ruggers rip
tough Spartans twice
The Michigan rugby football club victimized MSU for its first
double sweep of the fall season as the Blue squeezed out a last minute
7-4 triumph while the Gold plowed to a 24-10 decision on Palmer Field
The winner of coveted Webster Steeby trophy was not decided
until the last three minutes of the game when the Blue's Ross Vickers
split the uprights on a 15 yard penalty goal. The scrappy Spartans
had tied the game with four minutes left on a crafty blind side break
from a loose ruck by the scrum half.
Michigan, who had led the entire game, did not let the State
momentum break its spirit. They drove down field on a series of
up-and-unders and well executed backfield movements. A knock-onj
on the MSU five, however, was detected by referee David Mildner who
whistled the play dead. In the set scrum that followed, the State
scrum half, in his overeagerness to score, moved off side before
the ball was heeled out, thus setting up Vicker's kick.
The Blue had scored early in the first half to take what appeared
to be a commanding lead. Ron Smith broke outside the MSU wing on
the State forty, but was driven out of bounds on the 6 inch line. In
the lineout that followed, Captain Chris Penoyar, grabbed the long
throw-in and took two men with him as he touched the ball down
in the MSU goal area.
The Gold overcame numerous mistakes early in the game
to blitz the Spartan "B" team with four converted tries.
MSU opened the scoring with a 25 yard penalty conversion when
Michigan was detected for handling the ball in the scrum. After one
more penalty kick and a try by State, the Gold began to gel.
Carl Anderson spurted 22 yards through the. Spartan backline
to put the Gold on the board. Tony Cooper, whose kicking accuracy
was phenomenal as he went four for four, converted. Chuck Holt
struck again for Michigan as he rambled 24 yards for a try.

shaky 3-0 lead in the televised
game, Moore roared through to
block a Texas quick kick in the
third quarter and Selmon fell on1
the ball for a touchdown. The spiritj
left the unbeaten Longhorns at
that point.I
Moore ran down a wayward
pitchout for another touchdown
in the fourth quarter as the
Sooners kept their record intact{
of not allowing a touchdown this
year in rolling over four oppon-
ents. It was Texas' first shutout
in 100 games.
"It was defense and kicking to-
day. They were the deciding fac-'
tors, and it has been awhile since
we've said that after a game,"
declared Sooner Coach Chuck Fair-
banks, who has the most explosive
offensive in college football. j
Cal collapses
LOS ANGELES - QuarterbackI
Mike Rae ran for two touchdowns
through gaping holes in the Cali-
fornia line and fullback Sam Cun-
ningham plunged for two more as
top-ranked Southern California
romped over the Bears 42-14 yes-
terday in a Pacific-8 Conference
football game.
Cunningham's second touchdown
dive from one yard out gave USC
its three-touchdown halftime lead
but the preceeding play may prove
to be costly to the Trojans. Flanker
sensation Lynn Swann broke off a
42-yard run to settup the TD but
left the game with an injury to
his knee. The extent of injury was
not known.
Rae, who ran 10 yards through
left tackle for USC's second
touchdown, answered Cal's first
score with an eight-yard run for
a 28-8 USC lead.
Sophomore quarterback Pat Ha-
den completed a 40-yard touchdown
pass to tight end Charles Young
late in the third quarter, and a
nine-yard scoring toss to Young
in the fourth period.

Cardinals fly
STANFORD - Wh ile injured
Washington quarterback Sonny Six-
killer watched most of the game
from the sidelines yesterday, Mike
Boryla passed 17th-ranked Stan-
ford to an easy 24-0 shutout of the
12th ranked and previously un-
defeated Huskies.
Sixkiller injured both his right
ankle and left knee late in the
first quarter. When he returned
to action briefly in the second
quarter, he suffered a more
serious injury to the knee and
spent the rest of the game on
crutches on the sidelines.


that ended with Davis carrying
it in from the methodical march
was a 10-yard run by Beck.
Gary Rutledge, substitute for
Davis, picked up big hunks of
yardage on a later Alabama scor-
ing jaunt.
Lions roar
WEST POINT-John Hufnagel,
returning to the scene of his first
varsity start, passed for two first-
half touchdowns and set up another
with a 64-yard dash yesterday in
leading Penn State to a 45-0 vic-
tory over Army.
Hufnagel flipped scoring passes
of six yards to Scott Skarzynski
and four yards to Dan Natale
and set up the first of John Cap-
pelletti's two short scoring
plunges with his long.gallop to the
Army one.
Crippled Army, playing without
three injureddefensive regulars
and with quarterback Kingsley
Fink sitting out the first half on a
tender ankle, managed only one
threat in the first 30 minutes. But
Penn State's Buddy Elllis inter-
cepted a Dick Atha pass at his
own 12 early in the second period
and ran it out to the Army 49.

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His replacement, Greg Collins,
passed effectively at times, butt
turnovers crippled the Huskies'
Stanford's top running back,t
John Winesberry, missed the gamet
with an ankle injury, but Boryla,F
a senior quarterback, minimizedc
Winesberry's loss by hitting 24 ofc
44 passes for 293 yards and two
Boryla led the Cards to three
first half touchdowns as he com-
pleted 14 of 26 passes for 191
yards and two touchdowns in the
first 30 minutes alone.
Huskers haul
LINCOLN-Dave Humm threw
three touchdown passes and Johnny
Rodgers established himself as the
most prolific scorer in Nebraska
history yesterday as the sixth-
ranked Cornhuskers opened their
bid for a fourth Big Eight football
title with a 62-0 romp over Mis-
Four Nebraska touchdowns were
scored in the third quarter alone
and reserves played most of the
second half.
Rodgers broke a Husker ca-
reer record in the second quar-
ter on a 28-yard pass play. The
fleet flanker caught a Humm
pass, got a block from Dave
Goeller and crossed the goal line
running backwards, a bit of
showmanship he unveiled two
weeks ago against Minnesota.
The touchdown gave Rodgers a
career total of 216 points, erasing
the 211-point record by Bobby
Reynolds in the early 1950s.
Tide rolls
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Quarter-
back Terry Davis directed a 74-
yard drive that consumed 8:50
minutes and pulled third-ranked
Alabama away from Florida in a
24-7 Crimson Tide victory yester-
The undefeated Tide held a
10-7 lead when it received the
second-half kickoff. Davis called
on Ellis Beck, Wilbur Jackson
and Paul Spivey during the drive


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AP Photo
STANFORD FLANKER Eric Cross (40) makes a leaping catch
despite the efforts of University of Washington defender Bill Ha-
vill (18). Stanford blanked the Huskies 24-0.

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