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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 12, 1972

lo WO
By The Associated Press
AMES, Iowa-Iowa State scored
a lightning touchdown with 23 sec-
onds left yesterday but missed the
ensuing extra point-and had to
settle for a 23-23 tie with third-
ranked Nebraska in a Big Eight'
Conference defensive struggle.
Nebraska took a 23-17 lead with
1:03 remaining on Rich Sanger's
36 yard field goal. Iowa State,
5-2-1, however drove 74 yards in
six plays for the tie with Willie
Jones grabbing a 24-yard touch-
down pass from George Amund-
son.
Tom Goedjen, who had earlier;
booted a 45-yard field goal, andE
was 29 of 30 for extra points forI
the season, missed the extraI
point-the ball tailing off to the
right.
Nebraska, bidding for an un-
precedented third straight na-
tional title, is 7-1-1 over-all and
kept the conference lead with a
4-0-1 record, Iowa State is 2-2-1
in the Big Eight.
Iowa State recovered six fumbles
and intercepted two Nebraska,
passes in the jarring game before a
sellout crowd of 36,231. Nebraska:
had one fumble recovery and inter-
cepted three Amundson passes-;
two of which started touchdown
drives.

State

ties

Nebraska,

23-23

Tigers tamed
BIRMINGHAM ,-Quarterback
Terry Davis, working magic with
Alabama's Wishbone attack, fired
two touchdown passes and scored
another touchdown yesterday as,
the second-ranked Crimson Tide.
snapped the nation's longest major.
college winning streak with a 35-
21 victory over No. 6 Louisiana'
State in a nationally televised'
game.
With the victory, the Crimson
Tide moved into a position of tak-
ing its pick of a Cotton, Orange or+
Sugar Bowl invitation.

of trouble on several occasions. at the controls, scuttled Texas
UCLA took the opening kickoff, Tech's Southwest Conference title
and, helped along by Kermit John- bid 31-7 yesterday and dealt the
son's 32-yard run, marched 76 Red Raiders' bowl vision a severe
yards in seven plays with James jolt.
MrAlictr r in the finl 14 v dl

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ic suei going Le nat ' yards
for a touchdown.
* * *
Sooners sluggish
NORMAN-Halfback Greg Pruitt
capped a brilliant display of run-
ning with a four-yard dive for the
clinching touchdown in the fourth
quarter yesterday- as seventh-
ranked Oklahoma fought off a,
series of mistakes and slithered.
past giant-killer Missouri, 17-6.
OU could manage only a 10-
point lead over the Tigers{
through three periods despite the
running of Pruitt, who gained
195 yards for the day and had
one 59-yard scoring run nullified1
by a penalty.
The Sooner defense, which had
held foes to only 4.6 points per
game going into the Big Eight
fray, was as stingy as ever. Mis-
souri's lone score came on a seven-
yard run by Ray Bybee late in
the second quarter. The touchdown
was set up by a pass interception
by Brad Brown.

The underdog Horned Frogs
mounted a quick 18-point lead,
then called on the defense to
shut down a brief second half
Tech uprising.
A glum homecoming crowd of
40,120, a regional television audi-
ence and officials from the Liberty
and Sun Bowls watched the Frogs
deal Tech only its second loss of
the season in moving to their fifth
victory in eight games.
* * *
Owls hoot
LITTLE ROCK-Roland Boyle, a
freshman playing his first game of
the season, blasted one yard for a
touchdown with one second left in
the game to give Rice a surprising
23-20 victory over Arkansas yes-
terday.

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Alabama twice built 14-point'
leads in the second half and ap-
plied the clincher after stopping!
LSU at the Tide six when Joe La-:
Bue erupted on a 52-yard scoring
play.
Davis, turning in one of the
finest efforts of his career, hit
on 10 of 18 passes for 157 yards
and was the game's leading,
rusher with 15 carries for 92j
yards, much of it in clutch situ-,
ations on options to the outside.-
Bert Jones, enduring a tremen-
dous rush from Alabama' s massive

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ALABAMA TIGHT END Warren Dyer (86) gathers in a pass
during a fake punt attempt by the Crimson Tide. Alas, two
penalties nullified the play but it didn't nullify the 'Bama win
over LSU in a battle of unbeaten down South yesterday.

FINISH DISAPPOINTING EIGHTH:
Harriers run ,poorly in district

By JEFF CHOWN
Specnial to the Daily
BOWLING GREEN - Some-
times-you just can't put all your
eggs in one basket. That appeared
to be the case with the Wolverine
cross-country team yesterday at
Bowling Green. After keying for
the Big Ten Championships, at
which they finished 2nd last week,
the harriers appeared to have run
out of gas, finishing a dismal
eighth in the season finale at the
District Four Championships.
The Districts were held to
determine who goes to the NCAA
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tournament. It was generally Four of the seven runners had
thought that it would be easier been bothered by colds and oth-,
to qualify by winning the Big er ailments during the week.-
Ten than to place in the Dis- Coach Farmer refused to use this,
tricts. Hence the Wolverine dis- as an excuse for the poor show-
tance runners had pointed a 11 ing, saying: "It was a kind ofj
season towards the Big Ten meet. bad way to end the season. The;
Apparently they were unable to Big Ten was the end-all, but I
maintain the emotional high still feel we should have been
achieved last week in Iowa, and up for this one."
consequently looked very flat It was the last regular season
yesterday. meet of a very successful season.
Probably one of the ironic things Brown, Bolster, and possibly
about the meet was that Wiscon- , Schott, depending on whether he!
sin, whom Michigan defeated in the can shake the flu bug, will travel
Big Ten meet, grabbed the I a s t to Houston next weekend to com-
possible NCAA berth by tying for pete in the NCAA Championships'
fourth with Eastern Michigan. as individuals.
Host Bowling Green won the

front four, still managed to com- FaF
plete 18 of 32 passes for 242 yards. osfue
He had two passes intercepted,' AIR FORCE ACADE:
each on tips off the fingers of his Dame's Mike Townsen
receivers, stopped three Air F
* * *with interceptions wl
Huskies howl Willie Townsend caug
ning touchdown pass y
SEATTLE-Pete Taggares scor- the 12th-ranked Irish b
ed four touchdowns, Skip Boyd's cons 21-7 in college fo
punts kept UCLA backed up all Although Notre Da
day and Sonny Sixkiller ran the 14-0 halftime lead aft
whole show yesterday as the Wash-' less first period, it wi
ington Huskies upset the eighth- late in the final quart
ranked Bruins 38-21 in a Pacific-8 Irish sewed it up of
Conference football game. yard run by fullback
The Bruins scored the first two That score came at
times they got the ball, but the after linebacker Jim
Huskies' defense began picking covered a Joe Carlsor
apart the Wishbone-T and held the Air Force 28.
UCLA in check the rest of the * * *
day.
Two fumble recoveries by the Tech toppled
Huskies led to Washington scores
in the second quarter. Key pass LUBBOCK, Tex. -7
interceptions kept the Huskies but tian, with a new sopho

MY - Notre!
d personally
orce drives
hile brother
;ht the win-
yesterday as
eat the Fal-
otball.
me held a
er a score-
as not until
ter that the
n a seven-
Andy Huff.

Boyce's touchdown b r o u g h t
Rice Coach Al Conover and most
of the Owls onto the field. Con-
over did a forward roll as he
headed back toward the bench
The touchdown was Boyce's sec-
ond of the game and halted the
Owls' four-game losing streak. ::: .+,ip[iii:.i:'
Arkansas, the preseason favorite .+":v. ....n: : ...................*** :.........:::._.:........ n;;;;
in the Southwest Conference, has
lost three of its last four and is UCLA WONDERBOY and sometime quarterback Mark Harmon
now 2-3 in the conference race. The (7) is separated from the pigskin by Washington's Phil Andre
victory was Rice's first in the con- (28) in yesterday's 30-21 Huskie win. The Bruins will need to beat
ference. USC this Saturday to regain a share of the Pac-8 lead.
ILLINI WIN SECOND
Bolermakers stomp Badgers

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meet with a low score: 81 points.
They were followed by Big Ten
champion Indiana with 92 points
and Miami of Ohio with 110
points. Michigan finished eighth
with an uninspiring 260 points in
a 15-man field.
Glenn Herold, the Big Ten in-
dividual champion, sailed over
the rain soaked six-mile course in
29.44. Michigan's Keith Brown
never really challenged him, fin-
ishing a disappointing 14th with
a 30:30 clocking.
Bill Bolster was next for Mich-
igan in 37th with 31:20. In per-
haps the only bright spot of the
day George Khouri returned to the
top five with a 63rd at 32:06. Other'
finishers were Mike Taylor 74th
at 32:24, Rick Scott 75th at 32:26
and Jon Cross 85th in 32:40.

Gold grab win but Blue fal
'M' ruggers split with Redsh

By JANET McINTOSH
The Michigan ruggers split yes-j
terday in their two closely con-
tested games against Miami of
Ohio, with the Blue losing their
game 7-4 and the Gold coming
through to salvage the Michigan
honor with a 6-4 victory.
The Miami team showed Michi-
gan its stuff as it repeatedly suc-
ceeded in stymieing the Blue of-
fensive line. Several times when
Michigan was in good scoring po-
sition, the Miami Men rallied to
bring the ball back down field into
better position.
THE MIAMI pack, though small,
was amazingly tough and agile
and were very effective in heeling
the ball back out of the scrum.
Their backs were lightning quick
and showed good ball handling and
team work. Action during the first
half was quick, brutal, and bone
crushing with neither team man-
aging to score until Miami kicked
a field goal on a penalty kick in the
last second of the half to rack up
three points, leaving the half time
score at 3-0.
PENALTIES WERE a determin-
ing factor for the Michigan rug-
gers and decided the winner of the
game. When the Blue was in scor-
ing position, inevitably a penalty
was called against them, severely
injuring their chances of scoring.
As one team member commented,
"A good team doesn't let a few
bad breaks cost them the ball
BOWLING
TABLE TENNIS
BILLIARDS
FOOSBA LL
UNION

game. We (Michigan) had enough
chances to win, but we made the
mistakes which cost us the game."
The second half saw the Michi-
gan ruggers regaining their mo-
mentum and scoring a try on a
loose ball picked up by Walt Hol-
loway and passed to Quint Law-
son who handed off to Rory O'Con-
nor who dived in for four points.
THINGS WERE looking bright
for the Blue ruggers. The clock
was running out and they were in
the lead. But a bad call by the

referee possibly cost N
game. In a mad dash
try, Miami touched th
outside the inzone and
awarded them the try
score was 7-4, giving
season record of 5-3.
The Gold ruggers pl
fought, evenly conte
with John McKenzie
mettle at the outstan
and incidently scoring
try. Miami had manag
first, but the Michigan
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CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT
Polomen take dismal t1
Special To The Daily
BLOOMINGTON-The Michigan water polo team we
Mid-west Conference tournament with high hopes of takin
pionship away from defending champion Indiana.
Earlier in the season, the Wolverines had beaten Indi
Mann Pool but yesterday was destined to be a different
The Hoosiers, playing in friendly Royer Pool, defeati
9-6 in the opening match of the tournament dooming the W
no better than a third place finish.
Olympian Gary Hall, returning to polo action, scorei
for the Hoosiers, two on penalty shots. It was his speedc
that keyed the Hoosier win.
Chris Hansen scored twice for the Wolverines while R
Larry Day, Paul Fairman and Steve McCarthy added one
Bau~er played a strong game but fouled out late in the
diminished the Wolverines' chances forvictory.
"We were thebetter team," said coach John Pheney,
know what happened. We were tight and they outswam us
Pheney indicated that the early starting time, 9:30 in t
definitely hindered the Wolverines.
"There is no excuse why we had to play that early."
In the consolation game, the Wolverines took their fru
on Chicago. Circle, whipping them, 19-2. The win gave
third-place finish.
In the championship game, Indiana, led again by Ha
Loyola of Chicago, 9-7. The Hoosiers came from behind it
quarter to keep the championship in Bloomington. The Hi
never lost in tournament play capturing the title for the
secutive year.

0:07 to play WEST LAFAYETTE (UPI) - th
Stock re- Otis Armstrong blasted for three ya
n fumble at touchdowns, including an 89-yard pa
gallop on the opening kickoff, in pa
a 27-6 Purdue triumph over Wis-
consin yesterday. to
After his electrifying kickoff er
return, Armstrong, the Big Ten's th
Texas Chris- leading rusher, netted 169 yards
more wizard in 19 attempts. ru
His second touchdown in the le
third period came on a 59-yard w
a s I run, shaking off one tackler and do
dashing unmolested the final 25 ru
yards into the end zone.
0 Wisconsin failed to threaten in,
*tn s the first half and finally drove
well into Purdue territory in the
third period - but not until after
Michigan the Mark Levenhagen recovered a H
race for a1 fumble by Purdue's Skip Peterson In
e ball down on the Wisconsin 22. at
the referee Passes then set up Wisconsin's
y. The final only touchdown with quarterback
the Blue a Rudy Steiner plunging over from
the one. The kick was blocked by
ayed a hard Purdue safety Chuck Piebes. K
sted match Purdue quarterback Gary Daniel- an
showing his son completed 7 of 20 passes for ru
ding player 93 yards and had another aerial
the winning intercepted, while Steiner com-
ged to score pleted only 4 of 11 for 36 yards be-
Men came fore leaving the game. G'eg Boh-
f to win 6-0. lig completed 7 of 16 for 103 yards.
________* * *
Hoosiers scalped
CHAMPAIGN (R) - Halfback
ird George Uremovich scored on a 96-
Iif yard razzle-dazzle kickoff return
and scampered 32 and five yards
for two more touchdowns as Illi-
nois rolled over Indiana 37-20 in a
ent' into the free - wheeling Big Ten football
g the cham- game yesterday.
Most of the impetus in the 11-
lini's second straight victory after
ana at Matt seven successive defeats came
story. from versatile halfback Lonnie
Perrin, whose across - the - field
ed Michigan lateral to Uremovich set up the
Volverines to tricky kickoff return during an
Illinois 20-point first quarter* ex-
plosion.
d five goals Perrin's 5-yard pass after a lat-
and strength eral from quarterback Mike Wells
in the fourth quarter set up a 25-
yard field goal by Wells to cushion
ich Dorney, the Illini lead to 30-20.
apiece. Pat Although Perrin failed to score,
e game and
"I just don't
he morning,
ustration out
Michigan a
all, defeated
n the fourth
oosiers have
fourth con-

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he husky sophomore galloped 142
ards on 12 rushes, threw a second
ass of 43 yards and caught three
asses for 35 yards.
After Wells tossed a 39-yard
uchdown pass to Garvin Rob-!
rson, the Illini led 20-6 entering
e second quarter.
Uremovich's 32-yard touchdown
un gave Illinois a 27-6 halftime'
ad, but the Hoosiers threatened
ith a pair of third quarter touch-
owns on Ken Starling's four-yard
in and a 22-yard pass from Rod

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arris to Glenn Scolnick to bring
diana only a touchdown behirid
27-20.

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ered the Gophers and their devas-
tating ground game to a 35-29 Big
Ten football victory over North-
western yesterday.
King banged in for two touch-
downs from two and nine yards out
and joined quarterback Bob Mor-
gan and running back Doug Beau-
doin to pound the Wildcat defense
for 478 yards rushing, without com-
pleting a pass.

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Morgan and his two running
backs drove 84 yards and ate up
nine minutes of second - half clock
for the last touchdown, which gave
the Gophers a 35-21 lead.

Fildcats buried

F

Northwestern struck back for
MINNEAPOLIS WP) - John Greg Boykin's three-yard touch-
ing, slashing his way to 188 yards down and Mitch Anderson's two-
nd all - time Minnesota season point conversion pass to Steve
ushing and scoring records, pow- Craig with 1:01 left to play.

Big Ten Standings

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Big Ten
W L T Pts. OP
6 0 0 142 14

All Games
W L T Pts.OP
9 0 0 244 37
7 1 0 222 104

Beaudoin, a freshman w h o
gained 157 yards in 22 attempts,
carried into the end zone from
three and seven yards out. Mor-
gan, a senior with 133 yards in
24 attempts, rolled out for a six-
yard touchdown - Minnesota's
last of the game.

MICHIGAN
Ohio State
Purdue
Michigan State
Indiana
Wisconsin
Illinois
Minnesota
Iowa
Northwestern

5
5
4
2
2
2
2
1

1
1
1
4
4
4
4
5

0 158
0 148
1 102
0 108
0 70
0 108
0 123
1 57

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45
50
155
147
134
167
153

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4

4
4

0
1

207 119
124 128

4 5 0 181 212

4
2

5 0 139 188
8 0 156 255

2 8 0 157 281
2 6 1 86 178
2 7 0 118. 239

4

1 6 0 91 180

SATURDAY'S RESULTS

THIS WEEK'S GAMES

MICHIGAN 31, Iowa 0 Purdue at MICHIGAN
Michigan State 19, Ohio State 12 Ohio State at Northwestern
Purdue 27, Wisconsin 6 Michigan State at Minnesota
Illinois 37, Indiana 20 Wisconsin at Illinois
Minnesota 35, Northwestern 29 Iowa at Indiana

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