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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 1% 1972

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USC

rips UCLA
10, 15 and 22 yards in the drive 1 Sooners singe
which started after a 50-yard punt

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LOS ANGELES - S o u t h e r n
California tailback Anthony Davis
romped through UCLA for 178
yards and the top-'anked Trojans
won the Pacific-8 Conference spotj
in the Rose Bowl with a 24-7 tri-
umph over the Bruins last night.
Southern California, led by the
running of Davis, grabbed a 10-7
first-quarter lead over UCLA.
Mike Rae kicked a 32-yard
field goal for a 3-0 Trojan lead
seven plays after the openingI
kickoff. UCLA could gain only
seven yards in three plays be-
fore punting, and the Trojans
drove 76 yards in eight plays, the
last a 23-yard touchdown run up
the middle by Davis.
The Bruins then marched 75
yards on 17 running plays for their
lone touchdown - James McAlis-
ter's two-yard run on the last play
of the quarter.
The Trojans took a 17-7 half-time
lead when tailback Rod McNeill'
plunged one yard for a touchdownF
with about three minutes left in the
second period.I
USC drove 80 yards in 13 plays,
with Davis gaining 49 yards in
seven carries and Rae throwing
a 22-yard pass' to Lynn Swann.
The 5-9 Davis, a sophomore, net-
ted 112 yards in 12 first-half
carries.
The Bruins blew one scoring op-
portunity about midway through
the second quarter after Davis
fumbled a UCLA punt and Jack
Lassner recovered on the Trojan
27. Six plays later, quarterback
Mark Harmon's first pass of the
game was incomplete and Efren
Herrera missed a 33-yard field
goal try.-
The Trojans broke away to a
24-7 lead after three quarters
by marching 96 yards in 13 plays,
Rae bootlegging seven yards
around right end for the touch-{
down.
Davis accounted for 51 yards in;
seven carries, including, runs of

for.
ference football triumph.
It was the 100th victory for Coach
Bob Devaney in 11 Nebraska sea-
sons, put the Huskers at 8-1-1 for
the season, 5-0-1 in the conference
and set the stage for a showdown
with Oklahoma on Thanksgiving
Day.

Roses
muddy floor of Amon Carter Sta-
dium.
BC blitzed
NEWTON, Mass.-Penn State,
the nation's sixth-ranked football
power, survived a third-period
scare and pulled out of danger

by Bruce Barnes.

'Bama burnss
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - WilburT
Jackson swept past out-manned
Virginia Tech for 131 yards in the
first half, including a 67-yard
scoring sprint, to pace Cotton Bowl-
bound Alabama to a 52-13. victoryt
yesterday in college football.
The second-ranked Crimson Tide
grabbed yardage in huge chunks
and the Alabama defense stifled1
the nation's leading passer Don:
Strock, as the Tide won its 10th
game of the season.

LAWRENCE, Kan.-Greg Pruitt
put on a brilliant first-half running
show as fourth-ranked Oklahoma,
eyeing this week's big bout with
Nebraska, thrashed Kansas 31-7
yesterday in a football game that
was no contest from the outset.
Pruitt, the leading point-producer
in the Big Eight Conference, failed
to score but collected 135 yards on
16 carries and caught a pass for
34 yards.
He did not play in the second
half because of a bruised ankle.
Oklahoma took command of
the lop-sided contest with the
opening kickoff, driving 76 yards

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Bowl pairings
ROSE BOWL-MICHIGAN or Ohio State vs. Southern Calif
ORANGE BOWL-Nebraska vs. Notre Dame
COTTON BOWL-Texas vs. Alabama
SUGAR BOWL-Oklahoma vs. Penn State
ASTRO-BLUEBONNET BOWL-Tennessee vs. Louisiana State
SUN BOWL-North Carolina vs. Texas Tech
LIBERTY BOWL-Iowa State vs. Georgia Tech
TANGERINE BOWL-Kent State vs. East Carolina
GATOR BOWL-Colorado vs. Auburn
FIESTA BOWL-Missouri vs Arizona or Arizona State

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For Kansas State, the loss behind quarterback John Hufnagel
closed out a 3-8 season, 1-6 in the yesterday for a 45-26 victory over
conference, the poorest record fired-up Boston College.
for Coach Vince Gibson in five Hufnagel scored two touch-
seasons. downs and passed for two others
The 52-yard punt return by as the Nittany Lions posted their
Rodgers, aided by picture-book ninth consecutive victory since
blocking, gave him a career total an opening loss to Tennessee.
of seven punt-return touchdowns, Luck of the Irish
tying an NCAA record set by Okla-
homa's Jack Mitchell from 1946 SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Tenth-
to 1948. ranked Notre Dame clinched an
invitation to the Orange Bowl yes-
Mizzou wins again terday, holding off a fourth-quarter
COLUMBIA, Mo.-Greg Hill kicked rush by Miami to squeeze out a
a 22-yard field goal with 1:30 to 20-17 collegiate football victory
go. giving Missouri a 6-5 Big Eight over the unranked Hurricanes.
football victory over Iowa State Miami missed an opportunity
yesterday. to tie the game when Mike
Scouts from the Liberty, Sun and Burke's 46-yard field goal at-
Fiesta bowls witnessed Hill's third tempt was wide to the right with
such sensational finish of the sea- 1:31 remaining in the game.
son. The attempt came after sopho-
His field goals, each in the last more Notre Dame quarterback
six seconds, beat Oregon and Tom Clements, who threw for one
Colorado earlier in the season. touchdown and ran for another,
TheCvictory left Missouri 6-4 for fumbled at his own 35-yard line.
the season and Iowa State, 5-3-1. _ --
The losing Cyclones were rank-
12th and Missouri 19th
Hill kicked a 28-yard field goal FIENk
with two seconds left in the half
for a 3-3 tie after ISU's Tom Goed-
gen had kicked a 35-yarder in the
The Cyclones dominated all but G old(
the last four minutes of the second
half and took a 5-3 lead when

MICHIGAN STATE'S MARK NIESEN scrambles around a fallen Gopher yesterday as defender Ollie
Bakken (SO) continues pursuit. The Spartans fell to Minnesota, 14-10, marking the seventh straight
loss for Duffy Daugherty and the Spartans at Bloomington.

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A cold drizzle helped cause
numerous fumbles by both teams
but VPI was ablesto convert only
one of its breaks into a touch-,
down. Strock passed for another
VPI score in the game against
Alabama substitutes.
Jackson's long scoring run
came off an option at right end.
He picked up blocker Wayne
Wheeler after breaking past the
line and Wheeler walled off the
deep defenders.
Jackson later ran 36 yards to the
VPI 20 to set up the Tide's second
touchdown and in the second period
he bulled nine yards for another

on 12 plays with quarterback
DavezRobertsonbursting into the
end zone on the keeper for the
final .three yards.
Oklahoma moved 80 yards on its
third possession, Robertson's 21-
yard toss to Tinker Owens the big
gainer.sLeon Crosswhite's six-yard
smash through the line produced
the touchdown.
"Huskers obliterate
LINCOLN, Neb. - Nebraska's
Johnny Rodgers rattled Kansas
State with a 52-yard punt return for
a first quarter touchdown yester-
day, setting off a scoring parade
that carried the fifth-ranked Corn-
huskers to a 59-7 Big Eight Con-

0N-LED BUCKS STOP 'CATS

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linebacker Brad Storm blocked a By The Associated Press The hard-earned triumph g a v e
punt by Missouri's Jack Bastable MINNEAPOLIS - The Minne- Ohio State a 6-1 league record and
and the ball rolled out of the end sota Gophers, charged up by de- a chance to gain a championship
zone for a safety. fensive end Steve Neils' 36-yardr deadlock in next Saturday's fin-
TCII humbled touchdown run with an intercepted ale against first place Michigan.
lateral, fashioned two fourth quar- A three-touchdown favorite,
FORTnWORTH, Tex.-The Texas ter goal line stands andrupset Ohio State had its hands full all
Longhorns rolledI to an unprece- 'Michigan State 14-10 yesterday inI the way against NU's scrappy
dented fifth consecutive Southwest Big Ten football. Wildcats, who battled to a 7-7
Conference crown yesterday, crush- The Spartans twice had fourth halftime tie and fought back
ing fumble-plagued Texas Chris- down plays from the Gophers three from a 20-7 deficit late in the
tian 27-0 behind quarterback Alan in the last quarter, needing o n e third quarter.
Lowry's three touchdown runs. yr ahtm o h is
L yThe victory gave Texas a6-0 yard each time for the f i r s t The main Buckeye weapon was
SWC record and the host spot down. the battering Henson, who set a
in he ottn BwlClassic New The right side of. Minnesota's
in the Cotton Bowl defensive line rose to smear Buckeye season record of 18
Year's day. k gichael Holt at the line forc touchdowns as he pounded through
Thesevnthranedcongornl HothlWidcas't4htmesfor15
turned three Horned Frog fum- ng a mhn Pao ight blitzat- yards.
bles into touchdowns with short in to stop quarterback M a r k The nation's leading scorer on a
scoring drives i the first half. Niesen for a 3-yard loss on the iper-game-points basis, the 221-
e Lowry, the senior who has spark- second try with about 6% mmn- pound Henson plunged twice three
ed Texas to an 8-1 season, sneaked . eodtywthaot mn yards and twice one yard for his
over from the one-yard line twice utes left in the game. yards wice oe yhr Borks
four TD's which broke the Buck's
and from the three-yard line on the Neils, a 210-pound junior w h o season mark of 17 shared by John
had recovered an earlier fumble, Brockington and Jim Otis.
picked off Niesen's lateral at the Northwestern, which b a r e I y
Le E vans Spartan 36 and raced down the missed scoring after A. J. Owens
sidelines for the touchdown t h a t sprinted 68 yards with the open-
cut Michigan State's lead to 10-9 ing kickoff to the Ohio State 29,
Las U with 8:43 left to play the third tied the score at 7-7 in the se-
TheGophers, after the second cond quarter on a tricky 16-
goal line stand, used up the clock yard pass from No. 2 quarter-
pi roceducI res with a gutty drive that saw quar- back Todd Somers to No. 1 quar-
terback Bob Morgan call a daring terback Mitch Anderson.
fourth-and-one play at his own 17 After Henson gave Ohio State its
KANSAS CITY 0P) - Lee Evans, with-5:d-o play. He mad the 20-7 lead on his third touchdown,
the world record holder in the 400 yardage by inches and John King the Wildcats scored again on An-
meters, charged yesterday that the carried on 12 crunching runs to derson's 10-yard pass to Steve
Amateur Athletic Union and t h e use up the clock. Craig with two seconds left in the
Olympic Committee look for ways Minnesota's defense, abused in third quarter.
to disqualify athletes from t h e nine previous games for a 32- Henson's last touchdown came
Olympic Games, and that things point average, held Michigan with only 21 seconds left in the
happen in the Olympics that "tot-, State without a first down for game, which hinged mainly on a
ally blow your mind . . . cheaters more than two quarters. wild third quarter.
who eventually won gold medals."; Michigan State was almost as After Henson's second touch-
tough, holding the Gophers on down gave OSU a 14-7 lead at the
CLIFFORD H. BUCK, president downs in the first half at the outset of the third quarter, b o t h
of the U.S. Olympic Committee, t Spartan eight after George Hon- teams exchanged lost fumbles be-
denied Evans' allegations that the za's 80-yard kickoff return. The fore a Northwestern pass interfer-
organization tries to get athletes Spartans also held at their 27. ence call set up the touchdown
disqualified and said the state- King, a junior, carried 34 times which sewed it up for the Bucks'
ment was "unfair." for 138 yards to become the first 20-7.
Evans, who also charged d i s - Minnesota runner to rush for more * * *
crimination against Negro athletes than 1,000 yards in a season.
and that the Olympics had a poli- * * * !awkeyes humbled
tical flavor, said, "It's time for
the AAU and the Olympic Commit- Ohio State rolls BLOOMINGTON - Ken Starling
tee to get on our side. scored a first-quarter touchdown
"They put the pressure on the EVANSTON - Ohio State's tire- and place-kicker Chris Gartner
black Americans. This is my coun- less Champ Henson smashed for booted three field goals yesterday
try but I know where my people four touchdowns to enable t h e as Indiana ended a four-game los-
are . . . Being a black man, I Buckeyes to stave off last place ing string with a 16-8 Big Ten,
found out the doors weren't open Northwestern 27-14 yesterday and football victory over Iowa.
to me as they should have been to carry their Big Ten bid for a title The Hawkeyes' only score came
a man who won two gold medals." down to the wire. ear in th fourth qarter follow-

Big Ten
W L T Pts. OP
7 0 0 151 20
6 1 0 185 86

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

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2 0 154 54

4 2 1 112
3 4 0 137

Big Ten Standings

All Games
W L T Pts.OP

64
177

10 0
8 1
5 5
4 5
3 8
S5
5 5
2 9

253
247
213
134
171
197
163
163

43
118
128
142
291
224
195
282

3
3

4
4

0
0

124 163
97 154

2 5 0 115 161

1

6
7

0 65 169
0 105 207

2
2

7
8

94 194
132, 366

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

MICHIGAN 9, Purdue 6
Ohio State 27, Northwestern 14
Minnesota 14, Mich. State 10
who now has 14 field goals for the
season, connected on boots of 42,
47 and 20 yards.
After Iowa's only touchdown,
the Hawkeyes threatened o n c e
more when Indiana's Bill Atkin-
son fumbled a punt on the Hoos-
ier 5 and Iowa's Dan Dickel re-
covered. The Hawks advanced to
the 2 but lost the ball on downs.
Aside from that, neither team
made any serious threat for the
rest of the game and the entire
second half was rather evenly"
played.
For the game, Indiana outrushed
the visiting Hawkeyes 196. yards
to 88 yards and gained 77 yards
through the air to Iowa's 60.
Starling led all rushers with 74
yards in 21 carries, while halfback
Royce Mix led the Iowa ground at-
tack with 45 yards in 11 attempts.
Badgers blast
CHAMPAIGN - Lonnie Perrin
scored twice on short runs a n d
George Uremovich hammered 89
yards in 19 carries, including a 17-
yard touchdown blast, as Illinois
ripped Wisconsin 27-7 yesterday.
The victory was the third in a
row for the Illini after they lost

Wisconsin 27, Illinois 7
Indiana 16, Iowa 8

their first seven games and gave
them a Big Ten record of 3-4. The
Badgers, who have failed to win
on the road in two years, are 4-6
for the season and 2-5 in the con-
ference.
Wisconsin's only touchdown was
a stunner midway in the last per-
iod. An Illinois kickoff bounced off
the chest of receiver Jeff Mack
on the nine yard line, rolled for-
ward 10 yards, and was picked
up by Chuck Richardson, who gal-
loped the remaining 81 yards to
score.
Illinois went ahead 7-0 in the
second quarter on a 98-yard drive
that featured a 32-yard aerial.
Mike Wells pitched out to Perrin,
who passed to Garvin Roberson
for the big play. Perrin event-
ually went over from the two.
Wisconsin's kickoff opening the
third quarter was taken by Perrin
who faked a crossfield lateral to
Uremovich, then lateralled to Joe
Lewis in the opposite direction.
Lewis sped 64 yards before being
downed on the 29. Ten plays later,
Wells sneaked over from the one.
Wells, the Big Ten's offensive
leader, made 21 yards rushing in
seven carries and hit on 12 of 16
passes for 94 yards.

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ing a blocked Hoosier punt that
was recovered at the Indiana one-
yard line.
Two plays later, freshman quar-
terback Butch Caldwell plunged
through for the touchdown. Cald-
well then passed to end Brian
Rollins for a two-point conver-
sion.
Starling, a junior tailback who
is Indiana's leading rusher for the
season, scored from the one late
in the opening period to cap a 44-
yard drive.
Gartner, a soccer-style kicker,

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Michigan grabs 19th

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By The Associated Press
UCLA's powerful Bruins, winners
of an unprecedented six consecu-
tive NCAA titles and eight of the
last nine, and led by Player of the
Year Bill Walton, were unanimous
choices yesterday to repeat as col-
lege basketball champions for the
1972-73 season, in The Associated
Press poll.
The Bruins, unbeaten in 45
straight games since their last
loss, an 89-82 decision to Notre
Dame at South Bend, Ind. Jan. 23,

Louisiana, North Carolina State,
Penn and Ohio State.
The 6-foot-11 Walton heads a
group of four returning starters,
two reserves and three highly
touted freshmen on Coach John
Wooden's perenially strong team.
"They've got to be stronger than
they were last year," said Louis-
ville Coach Denny Crum, a former
assistant to Wooden at UCLA and
loser to the Bruins in last season's
semifinals. "It shows the strength
they have when 6-11 Swen Nater
makes the Olympic team and is
the leading scorer in the trials, but
doesn't even play at UCLA until
Walton is hurt. They've got to
be considered favorites."
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1971, received all 36 first-place
votes for a total of 720 points in
the pre-season poll of sports writ-
ers and broadcasters.
Michigan's Wolverines, with al-
most everything. back from last
year's Big Ten title-contending
team, were ranked in the nine-
teenth spot, garnering 67 points,
while conference rivals Minnesota
and Ohio Statewere fourth and
tenth, respectively.
Florida State, 81-76 loser in last
season's NCAA final, was second
in the poll with 520 points, edging,
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Minnesota
Marquette
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30-0 720
27-6 520
27-5 509
18-7 349
25-4 296
25-4 269
25-4 227
16-10 188
25-3 186

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