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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, September 11, 1977-Page 9

HflI STATESUE HSMAi

MSUsqueaks by

Purdue

MICHIGAN STATE HALFBACK Leroy McGee (22) follows his blockers to pick
14 yards early in yesterday's season opener against Purdue. Gains such as thi
enabled the Spartans to defeat the Boilermakers 19-14.
CONNERS, VILAS ADVANCE
Ever triumphs

FOREST HILLS, N.Y. - Chris
Evert, hitting her groundstrokes from
the baseline with machine-like preci-
sion, wore down scrappy Wendy Turn-
bull of Australia 7-6, 6-2 yesterday to
win her third consecutive U.S. Open
women's singles crown.
Evert thus becomes the first woman
to win three straight Open titles since
Maureen Connelly did it in 1951-53.
THE VICTORY cemented her stand-
ing as the premier player in women's
tennis. Ever since losing to Virginia
Wade in the semifinals at Wimbledon,
Evert has been pointing towards Forest
Hills.
"I wanted to win this tournament
badly, very badly," she said. "I want to
stay on top, to be No. 1, and to be No. 11
think you have to win a major title. This
was my chance."
It was the 113th consecutive clay-
court victory for Evert, who showed lit-
tle effect from the slight pinched nerve
in her left shoulder which she suffered
earlier this week, although her first
serves were weaker than usual.
MEANWHILE, second-seeded
Jimmy Connors of Belleville, Ill., the
defending champion, and fourth-
seeded Guillermo Vilas of Argentina

moved into today's men's singl
final.
Connors beat unseeded Corra
Barazzutti, an Italian clay cou
specialist, 7-5, 6-3, 7-5, and Vil
scored a 6-2, 7-6, 6-2 decision ov
Harold Solomon of Silver Sprin
Md., before a sellout crowd of 12,58
It was the 45th straight victory(
clay for Vilas, who showed patien(
and persistence against Solomon,
baseline retriever who hardly ev
ventured to the net. He engag
Solomon in some long rallies - one:
the first set saw the ball cross the n
44 times - but also moved to ti
attack off short balls and volley(
well.
THE 25-YEAR-OLD Vilas, wt
won six tournaments in a row priorI
the Open, took the first four games
the match to win the first set easil
A service break in the fifth gj
gave Vilas the edge in the secor se
but Solomon drew even at 5-5 with
break of his own. Vilas took th
tiebreaker 7-3.
Vilas broke Solomon's services(
love in the sixth game for tI
advantage in the third set, and close
it out with another break.

EAST LANSING - Fullback Jim rolled up 113 yards and scor
Earley plunged for an early touch- game's lone touchdown yester
own and Hans Nielsen drilled four fifth-ranked Ohio State's 10-0 fi
field goals yesterday as Michigan victory over Miami of Florida.
State edged Purdue 19-14 in the
season opener for the Big Ten The triumph, before Ohi
football rivals. dium's 51st straight sellout of
But MSU barely survived Purdue's spoiled the Miami coaching dt
passing attack, as freshman quarter- Lou Saban in the first meetin
back Mark Herrmann came off the between the schools.
#4 Springs, a 6-foot-2, 196-poun
ior, bolted 21 yards in thes
t G T quarter, providing the heav
vored Buckeyes with its 10-0
Ohio State drove 93 yards in
plays with Logan's replac
*- sophomore Ricky Johnson, h
- provide the spark.
up Badgers bomb
his Ntyfri ahEa
dary and almost steal the game. offense-scoredtwieint
Herrmann completed 20 of 32 half, rushed for 53 yards and sr
passes for 282 yards and fired two Wisconsin to a 30-14 victory
second half touchdowns to bring the\ Indiana in their Big Tenc
Boilermakers within two points. He yesterday.
then took Purdue to the MSU three- Mike Harkrader, a 1,000-yar(
yard line late in the game before the er for Indiana as a freshma
Spartans stiffened and Purdue's year, sat out the game due
Scott Sovereen missed a 34-yard field injured knee.
goal attempt.
iles * * * Hawke h
do Buckeyes bounce wke - hmm
ido IOWA CITY - Freshman
irt COLUMBUS -- Ron Springs, shoul- string quarterback Bob Comr
as dering the rushing burden when Jr., threw two touchdown pass
er running mate Jeff Logan was hurt, Iowa's defense recorded its
ng
:: Boston burns Tigers
a
a adanso.Yanks
in
et By The Associated Press pace the Blue Jay attack.
.he Howell contributed five hits
,ed BOSTON - Bernie Carbo trig- 20-bit assault on five Yankee
gered a four-run come-from-behind ers. He hit his fifth home run
sixth inning with his 14th homer and season in the third inning
,ho the Boston Red Sox went on to a 7-1 doubling in the game's first run
to victory over the Detroit Tigers opening inning against New
of yesterday behind the five-hit pitching starter Catfish Hunter (9-9).
y of Don Aase.
SoThe win moved the Red Sox to
t within two games of the New York U-M STYLISTS
a Yankees in the American League
East.'u O
he Aase, a rookie right-hander called at theUNION
up in late July, boosted his record toCh,
at 5-1. The Tigers scored their run in the Ch
fourth on Jason Thompson's RBI David
ed single. & Harold
The Red Sox were able to move
closer to first place because Toronto OPEN MnSat
iclubbed the Yankees 19-3.,o.-o
Roy Howell, who had but 27 RBI in 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p'
81 previous games, slammed two
homers and drove in nine 'runs to

o Sta-
86,280,
ebut of
g ever
id jun-
second
ily fa-,
lead.
seven
ement,
elping
alleran
ame on
ie first
parked
y over
opener
d rush-
n last
to an
ter
third-
mings,
es and
first

ed the shutout in 77 games y
day in Hawkeyes topped Nc
votball in their Big Ten gams
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Hawkeye Coach Bob Commings,
came into the game early in the third
quarter and threw touchdown passes
of 10 and 18 yards.
Iowa's defense was outstanding in
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battle with Iowa State. The two state
schools have not played each other
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Gophers gouge
MINNEAPOLIS - Paul Rogind

booted an 18-yard field goal with
three seconds left to give Minnesota a
10-7 victory over Western Michigan
in a non-conference football opener
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The winning score was set up at
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The Gophers pushed the ball down
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