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By The Associated Press
EVANSTON -- Ohio State's fourth
ranked Buckeyes needed big play
from Ron Springs, Rod Gerald anc
Jeff Logan to overcome six turnover:
yesterday and defeat winless North
western 35-15 to take sole possession

BIG TEN ROUNDUP
tames 'Cats,

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to drop the Wolverines out of a first
place tie.
Springs ripped off a 72-yard run
from scrimmage to set up Ohio
State's first touchdown after North-
western had taken a surprising 3-0
lead. Gerald went 24 yards for a
touchdown on a keeper and Logan's
63-yard run from scrimmage set up
Ohio State's final touchdown in the
fourth quarter.
Northwestern turned an Ohio State
fumble by Logan on the second play
from scrimmage into a 44-yard field
goal by Sam Poulos for its 3-0 lead..
Ohio State struck for two quick touch-
downs late in the period for a 14-3
lead.
Northwestern scored in the second
period on a 33-yard touchdown pass
from freshman quarterback Dana
Hemphill to Mike Taylor following a
fumble recovery, but the Buckeyes
got it back when Kelton Dansler
recovered a fumble and Joe Payton
scored from the one-yard line for his
tenth touchdown of the season and a
21-9 halftime lead.
Ohio State controlled play in the
second half and boosted its lead to
35-9 before Northwestern scored on a
14-yard run by Harold Gilmore late'in
the game.

Spartans edge Badgers
MADISON, - Jim Earley rushed
for 100 yards and set up a touchdown,
while Hans Nielsen kicked a 51-yard
first quarter field goal to lead
Michigan State to a 9-7 victory over
Wisconsin yesterday.
Leroy McGee scored from a yard
out :with 2:09 left in the second
quarter to make it 9-0 after a 25-yard
run by Earley for the Spartans.
Wisconsin scored with 1:42'to play
on a 31-yard pass from reserve
quarterback Mike Kalasmiki to Da-
vid Charles. One play earlier, Kalas-
miki passed to Tom Braker for 53
yards on a fourth and 16 play from
the Wisconsin 15. Wisconsin's Mike
Brhely tried an on-side kick, but
Charles Shaffer fell on the ball for
Michigan State at its 49 and the
Spartans ran out the clock.
Herrmann sparks Purdue
WEST LAFAYETTE, - Freshman
Mark Herrmann passed for five
touchdowns yesterday, tyng a school
record and sparking Purdue to a
34-21 victory over Iowa.
Herrmann, who leads the nation's
major colleges in passing yardage,
completed 13 of 20 passes for 257
yards to raise his season total to 1,858
- second only to Purdue's Mike
Phipps' 2,527-yard total and the third
highest ever in the Big Ten.

Purdue had the 6-foot-5 Herrmann
throw from the shotgun formation for
the first time. Reggie Arnold, who
grabbed four touchdown passes to set
a single game Big Ten record, caught
his first scoring pass out of the
shotgun when the game was less-than
two minutes old.
Iowa tied the score, marching 80
yards in 13 plays. Rod Morton capped
the drive with a two-yard run.
Then a 43-yard Herrman-to-Arnold
play put Purdue back on top.
The victory was the 17th straight
for Purdue over the Hawkeyes for a
Big Ten record that has given the
Boilermakers a 36-16-2 record in the
series, which dates back to 1910.
Illini overcome In diana
CHAMPAIGN, - Illinois quarter-
back Mike McCray scored an early
touchdown, and teammates James
Coleman and Wayne Strader each
added scores as the Illini defeated
Indiana 21-7 yesterday.
Indiana, without the services of
leading rusher Darrick Burnett,
counted heavily on the running of
tailback Ric Enis. Enis scored the
Hoosiers' only touchdown with 5:22
left in the game.
He capped a 69-yard drive with a
two-yard plunge for the score.
Two Enis fumbles were recovered
by Illinois, but the Illini failed to
convert them into touchdowns.

The MichigĀ©"an Dly-Sunday,.October 23, 1977-page 9
Irish stomp SC
By DON MacLACHLAN
Special to The Daily
SOUTH BEND - An inspired Notre Dame team took control of the game;2
late in the second quarter and proceeded to smash fourth'ranked Southern,
Cal, 49-19. '
The fighting Irish, 5-1, came out in green uniforms - for the first time ,'
since 1958 - instead of the traditional blue and the 59,075 partisan Notre
Dame fans went crazy.
"WE ORDER THE GREEN SHIRTS three months ago and had planned.
to use them for Southern Cal" said Notre Dame coach Dan Devine. "It was
probably the only secret that has ever been kept on this campus. The players
were super enthused - much more so than I thought."
The Trojans, now 5-2, moved the ball well in the first quarter but failed
on 52 and 26-yard field goal attempts. Notre Dame took its first possession-
and charged 80 yards, scoring when David Mitchell plowed into the end-zone
on a four-yard run.
The 7-0 margin held until Trojan Mario Celetto grabbed a Terry Eurick.
fumble in mid-air and scooted five yards to paydirt for a second quarter
score. After that, the 10th ranked Irish took control.
Quarterback Joe Montana scored on a one-yard plunge and the ensuing
extra point gave Notre Dame all the momentum it needed.
HOLDER TOM BURGMEIER mishandled the snap, retrieved it and
rolled out to the left. He then passed to Tom Domin in the corner of the end
zone for a two-point conversion.
After a Luther Bradley interception Notre Dame faked a field goal and.-
scored again. Montana hit all-America tight end Ken MacAfee on a 13-yard -
scoring ass with 20 seconds left in the half.
"We got the hell beat out of us," said USC coach John Robinson, "We.
seemed to make an unbelievable amount of mental errors. There are no ex-;
cuses."

Buckeye Ron Springs
of first place in the Big Ten.
While the Buckeyes were fumbling
their way past the Wildcats, Minne-
sota upset top-ranked Michigan 16-0

liurons bumped off
by Kent State, 29-13

By JAMIE TURNER
Special to The Daily
YPSILANTI- Eastern Michigan's
Mid-American Conference title hopes
went down yesterday. Amid a storm
of fumbles and interceptions, the
Hurons were beaten 29-13 by Kent
State.,
The Hurons went into the game 4-1
in conference play and with a victory
over the Golden Flashes they could
have established themselves as
front-runners for the conference
crown.
But it was not to be..
EASTERN TOOK the opening kick-
off and marched down the field
where an interception by defensive
tackle Mike Zele set the stage for the
rest of the afternoon. Senior kicker
Paul Marchese booted a 41-yard field
goal to give Kent State the early lead
3-0.
Two plays later, another intercep-
tion set Kent up for another Mar-
chese three-pointer, this time from 32
yards out.

Two series later, Huron halfback
Bob Windom dropped the pigskin on
the Eastern 23. The Golden. Flashes
made no mistakes as tailback Mike
McQueen moved into the endzone
untouched to up the score to 12-0. A
two-point conversion try failed.
However, Eastern was not through
giving away the first half. Three
turnovers later, (two by Eastern and
one by Kent State) Steve Raklovits
forced a pass upfield and Kent cor-
nerback Woodie Thompson intercept-
ed. With just six seconds left in the
half, Marchese sneaked a 34-yarder
through the wind and between the
goalposts.
Eastern came out charging in the
second half, and proceeded to charge
all the way to the Kent State 18-..-.
where Raklovits was intercepted ..
again by the defensive tackle Zele.
Kent signal caller Mike Whalen
drove his team back down the field
with, McQueen scoring from two
yards out. Marchese split the up-
rights and the Flashes had complete
control of the game 22-0.

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Boilermakers
belt Blue
booters, 2-0
By ERIC OLSON
In what one player termed, "Our
orst performance of the year," the
MIichigan Soccer Club dropped a 2-0
iecision to Purdue.
The first half was scoreless with
ieither team mounting much of an
ffensive attack.
But 17 minutes into the second
Btanza Brad Nunn tallied the first
3oilermaker' goal and Steve Ruark
ced the victory ten minutes later,
>lasting the ball into the goal after
receiving a perfect pass. Marc
ooksman assisted on both of the
Purdue goals
Although Michigan out-shot the
Boilermakers 18 to 16 it never had a
serious scoring threat. 'The Booters
also had more cornerkicks, 8-4.
Boilermaker goalie Dave DeWitte
stopped six Michigan shots to pre-
serve his first shutout of the year.
Purdue raised its record to 4-3-1
hile the Wolverines' season mark
ropped to 7-4.
Last Wednesday the Booters de-
eated Eastern Michigan for the sec-
nd time this year, 4-1. Ihor Fedoro-
iez, Dave Ritchie, Pete Shaw, and
teve Schmidt each scored to pace
he victory.

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