Tuesday, September 9, 1975
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GALBREATH LEADS ATTACK
By The Associated Press
BIRMINGHAM - Missouri's
unheralded man-eating Tigers,
led by the power running of
Tony Galbreath .and an unre-
lenting defense, snapped sec-
ond-ranked Alabama's 22-game
regular season winning streak
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l Upset 'lama
with a stunning 20-7 upset vic- Crimson T i d e 24-0 midway
tory last night. through the 1970 campaign.
The nationally televised col- Missouri, a three-touchdown
lege football game was the underdog, scored on four of
opener for both teams and its first five possessions in
marked Alabama's worst regul- rolling to a commanding 20-0
lar season defeat in 50 games halftime bulge as a pro-Ala-
since Tennessee blanked the bama crowd of 63,000 in
72,000 - seat L e g i o n Field
watched in growing disbelief.
Galbreath, a 225-pound senior
tailback, rambled for 89 yards
Sptsgon 19 first-half carries, includ-
11Ior ing a three-yard touchdown
burst through a gaping hole that
4ESDAY gave the Tigers a 7-0 lead with
seven minutes gone in the
lphia at Montreal, 8 p.m., game. Galbreath finished with
120 yards in 32 carries.
CROSS-COUNTRY--Intrasquad meet, 4 p.m. at
University Golf Course
FOOTBALL-Michigan at Wisconsin, 2:15 p.m.
RUGBY-Michigan at Flint RFC
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-2 p.m., Channel 4,
teams to be announced
WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS-Highlights of Ohio State-
Michigan State football game, 5 p.m., Channel 7
Another year of Gridde Picks gets under way. Just circle
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1! MICHIGAN at Wisconsin 12. Kent State at Northeast
(pick score) Louisiana
2. Ohio State at Michigan State 13. Iowa St. at UCLA
3. Illinois at Iowa 14. Arkansas vs- Air Force
4. Minnesota at Indiana (at Little Rock)
15. Pittsburgh at Georgia
5. Purdue at Northwestern 16. Tulane at Clemson
6. Oregon at Oklahoma 17. SMU at Florida
7. LSU at Nebraska 18. Virginia Tech at Kentucky
8. Maryland at Tennessee 19. East Stroudsburg at Slip-
9. Colorado St. at Texas pery Rock
10. California at Colorado 20. DAILY LIBELS at Detroit
11. Stanford at Penn State (Tiger Stadium)
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
' FIVE NEW YORK HITS
PLAY OF THE MONTH SERIES
TELEPHONE_ _ U of M I.D. No.
1. You must be a U of M student.
2. You must choose your series in order of preference.
3. Married students may send applications together.
4. This application must be posted by U.S. mail an or
after Wednesday, September 10, 1975. Mail to: Usher
P.Q.M., Mendelssohn Theatre, Ann Arbor, Michigan, .
5. Include a stamped, self-addressed envelope.
PLEASE NUMBER CHOICE 1, 2, 3, 4
--SERIES A: Friday Eveninas: September 19, Septem-
ber 26, November 7, December 12, February 27
(or April 16)
SERIES B: Saturday Eveninas: September 20, Sep-
tember 27, November 8, December 6, February 28
(or April 17)
SERIES C: Sunday Matinees: September 21, Septem-
ber 28, November 9, December 7*, February 29
(or April 18)
SERIES D: Sunday Eveninas: September 21, Sep-
tember 28, November 9, December 9**, February
29 (or April 18)
NOTE CURTAIN TIMES: All evenings at 8:00 p.m.
Matinees at 3:00 p.m.
SOMETHING'S AFOOT September 19, 20, & 21
WORDS & MUSIC September 26, 27, & 28
IRENE November 7, 8, & 9
LONG DAY'S JOURNEY
INTO NIGHT December 6, 7, 9, & 12
-Play to be
announced- February 27-29, or April 16-18
ALL SHOWS ARE IN THE POWER CENTER
*Sunday matinee, December ,7, of LONG DAY'S JOUR-
NEY will be at 2:00 p.m.
**There is no Sunday Eve, performance of LONG DAY'S
JOURNEY. Substitute with Tuesday, December 9, evening
John Blakeman scored Mis-
souri's other touchdown on a
nine-yard run while Tim Gib-
bons booted field goals of 44 and
46 yards, the two longest of his
Alabama finally scored with
10:24 left in the game on Rich-
ard Todd's 14-yard pass which
a Missouri defender deflected
into the hands of Ozzie New-
some in the end zone. But the
Tide could do nothing right forI
three quarters and gradually
a chorus of boos rained down
on the local favorites.
The seven points were the
lowest for Alabama in 37 games
since a 38-6 loss to Nebraska in
the 1972 Orange Bowl.
Montreal 6, New York S
Montreal 6, New York I (2nd
Cleveland 4, Boston I
Houston 9, Atlanta 6
New York 3, Detroit 0
Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 3
Baltimore 6, Milwaukee 2
Pittsburgh 4, Chicago 1
by Kids AR for Kids
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Ann Arbor Public Schools
TONY "THE TIGER" Galbreath rambles through the Crim-
son Tide line of Alabama in first quarter action last night,
as he led the University yof Missouri to a 20 to 7 upset over
highly-touted Alabama. Leroy Cook (98) and Woodrow Low
(43) move to moke the stop on Galbreath. Missouri was a
three-touchdown underdog going into last night's contest.
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