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30, 1977-The Michigan Daily

T's co
d up

onakowski leads Wo
ERNIE DUNBAR championship, yesterday on the tany Lions have played second fiddle leave the field
ecial to The Daily Bowling Green golf course. to the Wolverines since Michigan the 3.25 mark,
G GREEN, Ohio - Paced The Wolverines totaled 55 points to joined the conference in 1975. gap between
ual champion Bill Dona- Penn State's 78, with Western Michi- Donakowski's time of 24:07 over Michigan's T
urse record performance, gan trailing in third with 106 points in the flat five-mile course knocked 40 burgh's Melvi
cross country team the 12 team field, off the course Duits, who
its third straight Central Penn State's second place finish econds previousthird, tried to
r Prsenn te ecrdpaehi record.g
Conference cross country represented the third time the Nit- he er bonntvebgnt the three-mile


lverines to.
of 79 runners behind at "This is the first time I've been
opening up a 40-yard picked as the favorite in the news-
himself and Western papers," said Donakowski, "so I was
Dm Duits and Pitts- a little uptight.
Boyd. "This victory gave me the confi-
eventually finished dence I needed though. I knew I had
ut the race away near the ability all along, but it's nice to
mark, but both Dona- have the scoreboard to prove it," he
Body, who finished added.
nto the Bronco star. Donakowski was supported by a
o see Duits move when pack of Wolverines, led by Mike
Donakowski: "He was McGuire in 12th position at 24:29,
pull away slowly and Bruce McFee in 24:52 for 13th spot,
uch of an effort after I Doug Sweazey in 14th in 24:54, and
him. Dave Lewis in 15th position in 24:55.

kowski anda
second, hung or
"I was glad t
he did," said I
just content to
didn't make m
came back on r

igan a stronger battle. "I though it'd
be between eight or ten points," he
Warhurst had nothing but praise
for Donakowski, who ranks as one of
the favorites for individual honors in
the Big Ten championships on No-
vember 5 in West Lafayette, Indiana.
"Billy (Donakowski) dominated
the race and just ran super," War,
hurst said. "He's just coming off the
best two weeks of training he's ever
had at Michigan."
Glancing at the score sheet, Penn
State coach Harry Groves was
impressed with the Wolverines' per-
"Michigan showed a lot of strength
with its 12th through 15th finishes,"
Groves said. "Also, Donakowski
showed how good he is by winning
today. Boyd and Duits didn't let him
go easy. He had to work for it."
The Wolverines will try to keep
another streak alive next Saturday
when they'll shoot for their fourth
straight Big Ten championship and
Michigan's'200th Big Ten title.

"When I made my nove, I knew
Duits was finished," the senior said.
The easy early pace was just right
for Donakowski, as his pre-meet
plans fell right into place.
"The pace was nice because I had
planned to go at 3.25," Donakowski
remarked. "An early fast pace could
have killed me."
Donakowski appeared nervous at
the team meeting on Friday night,
and the architect student admitted to
being concerned about the race.

In assessing his team's perform-
ance, Michigan coach Ron Warhurst
said, "I was a bit nervous before this
race because we hadn't raced that
much this year. But after three
miles, I knew we were going to win,
just by knowing what type of com-
petitive guys we have," said War-
"Lewis, Foster, and McFee all had
super middle miles and that made
the race for us," he added.
Analyzing the team scoring, War-
hurst expected Penn St. to give Mich-

MSU annihilates Illini,

By the Associated Press
EAST LANSING - Freshman tail-
back Bruce Reeves charged for three
touchdo\vns as Michigan State scored
the first five times it got the ball
yesterday and rolled to a 49-20 rout of
MSU scored every time it handled
the ball in the first half, except after
an Illinois fumble with seconds to
play, as the Spartan attack. knifed
easily, through the Illinois defense
both on theground and through the

Daily Photo by ERNIE DUNBAR
GAN'S BILL DONAKOWSKI (260) battles Peter Hallop (60), John Roberts (129), and Paul Craig (7) in early season
nuntry action. Donakowski paced the Wolverines this weekend with his course record performance in the Central
ite Conference cross country championships.

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Longhorns trample Tech, 26-0

By The Associated Press
AUSTIN, Tex. - Top - ranked
Texas dazed Texas Tech on a;57-yard
touchdown pass to Olympian Johnny
"Lam" Jones, followed it with a 60-
yard field goal by Russell Erxleben
and applied the knockout punch on
two scoring runs by Johnny "Ham"
Jones to rout the Red Raiders 26-0
Texas fullback Earl Campbell car-
ried 27 times for 116 yards against the
swarming Red Raider defense to
rumble past the 1,000-yard mark for
the year.

Michigan State mounted scoring
drives of 73, 71, 83, 64 and 49 yards, as
its defense kept Illinois bottled up in
its end of the field. The Illini offense
moved into MSU territory only once
in the first half.
In the second half, Michigan State
rolled up scoring drives of 73 and 61
before the reserves took over.
Hermann humbles
EVANSTON - Quarterback Mark
Herrmann hurled three touchdown
passes and fullback John Skibinski
gained 101 yards yesterday to lead
Purdue to a 28-16 victory over
Herrmann, a freshman sensation,
completed 12 of 24 passes for 183
yards, giving him 2,041 yards for the
season and upping his touchdown
total to 17.
Herrmann's first completion was a
12-yard touchdown pass to Reggie
Arnold. He then connected on a
25-yard scoring pass to David Young,
giving the Boilermakers a quick 14-0
lead which they never lost.

"Ham" Jones scored on runs of
three and 11 yards in the second half
and Erxleben added a 35-yard field
* * *
Sooners swamp
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Thomas
Lott scored three touchdowns and
Oklahoma's whippet-quick defense
intercepted four passes yesterday,
leading the fourth-ranked Sooners to
a 42-7 swamping of Kansas State.
Kenny King, Oklahoma's injury-
plagued fullback, zipped 29 yards on
the Sooners' sixth play for the first
touchdown early in the first quarter.
King, who finished with 99 yards
rushing, was shaken up in the second
quarter but returned to set up
Oklahoma's third touchdown with a
29-yard dash to the Kansas State one.
Lott sneaked over on the next play.
Irish eradicate
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Quarter-
back Joe Montana passed for a
career-high 260 yards, scored one

touchdown and hit Dave Mitchell for
another yesterdayas fifth-ranked
Notre Dame beat Navy for the 14th
straight year, 43-10.
Fullback Jerome Heavens broke
loose for a 49-yard touchdown in the
first period, freshman Jim Stone
raced 58 yards in the fourth quarter
and Dave Reeve kicked three second-
quarter field goals as the Irish
cruised to their sixth victory in seven,
The Middies, whose only scores
came on a third-quarter 36-yard field
goal by Bob Tata and a fourth-quar-
ter, seven-yard touchdown pass from
Bob Powers to Phil McConkey,
dropped to 4-4.

Buckeyes explode
COLUMBUS - Quarterback Rod
Gerald and flanker Jim Harrell com-
bined on a 79-yard scoring bomb on
the second play of the game and
third-ranked Ohio State went on to
crush Wisconsin 42-0 Saturday and
keep its Big Ten football lead.
Ohio State's veteran, swift defense
complimented the attc with four
interceptions, two of them leading to
touchdowns. The Buckeyes now have
21 interceptions for the season, 17 of
them coming in the last five games.
Ron Springs piled up 104 yards.
rushing, including a 31-yard score.
Jeff Logan, the Buckeye's leading
scorer a year ago who has been
hobbled by an ankle" sprain, also ran
39 yards for a touchdown.
Gophers gauged
BLOOMINGTON - Fourth quar-
ter touchdowns by Scott Arnett, Ric
Enis and Tony D'Orazio and an
inspired Hoosier defense lifted In
diana to a 34-22 victory over 19th-
ranked Minnesota yesterday.
The Gophers led Indiana 16-13
going into the final quarter when the
Hoosiers took charge.
Starting from their own 35-yard-
line, Indiana drove to the Minnesota
30. One play later, Enis took a pitch
from quarterback Arnett and ran 27
yards to the Minnesota 1-yard-line.
Enis failed to score, but the
Gophers were penalized for a face
mask tackle and Arnett snuck over
on the next play.
Indiana' scored twice more )to
insure the victory.

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I'Re got it! -AP Photo
Makin' tracks to recover a fumble by California's George Freitas is USC's Ricky Odom (33). Despite the bad break, Califor-
nia went on to win yesterday's game, 17-14.
Alumni homecoming spirits flow
atpre-game Go Blue brunch

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"Super great! Super great!," remarked super fan,
super gymnastics coach Newt Loken at yesterday's "Go
Blue Brunch" at the Track and Tennis Building.
Over 1,100 alums, their families and friends were
treated to a morning of "Go Blue" nostalgia and pep
before the-homecoming game against Iowa.
"This was a gamble," said alumni official and former
1 :.L..e. ..«..1«. .... L,1 -&10 T L - - -F,

spirit with student spirit than any other previous year,"
commented an ecstatic Forman. "I think that the alumni
spirit at this school is by far the best in the nation."
The biggest laugh of the morning came when Forman
told the audience that Athletic Director Don Canham was
going to clean up the mess left behind.
Michigan alumni Arlene and Ernest Rosenfeld trav-
elled all the way from New York to partake in the home-
coming weekend.


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