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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, November 23, 1975 I

THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Sunday, November 23, 1975

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SOONERS TOP NEBRASKA, 35-10
ttS Oklahoma-Michigan in Miami

By The Associated Press
NORMAN OkTrln e_ e nth-

The Sooners then added insult
n innr o nrin twi in the

OPENS WEDNESDAY
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
PROFESSIONAL THEATRE PROGRAM
GUEST ARTIST SERIES
PRESENTS
NOVEMBER
WE1) -SAT8M
Nicholas Pennell
Guest Artist-in-Resi

1UVM, V a.- v DVIL-.To injury, sc r1U LWACCeI l1
ranked Oklahoma survived three final three minutes on runs of
early scares at the cost of a eight yards by Davis and four
lone field goal and then turned yards by freshman Billy -Sims.
five Nebraska errors into touch- Nebraska, which finished in
downs yesterday to defeat the the regular season with a 10-1
previously-unbeaten and second- record like Oklahoma, had ear-
ranked Cornhuskers 35-10. lier turned down a bid from the
The triumph earned Okla- Fiesta Bowl.
homa a share of the Big Eight But Fiesta Bowl officials said
title and a berth opposite they would ask the Cornhuskers
Michigan in the Orange Bowl to reconsider.
New Year's night. Nebraska It was Nebraska's first set-
will not go to a bowl game. back in 12 games, since a 28-14
The Sooners came from be- loss to Oklahoma in the 1974
hind twice, on Steve Davis' regular season finale. Nebras-
fourth down, one-yard run in j ka's defeat left Ohio State,
the second period and Horace third-ranked Texas A&M and,
Ivory's second chance, five- eighth-ranked Arizona State as
yard dash3 in the third quarter. the nation's only unbeaten-un-
It came two plays after a tied teams.
touchdown run by Elvis Pea- Jubilant Oklahoma fans hurl-
cock was nullified by a penalty. ed oranges onto the field as
Peacock added an insurance the game ended to celebrate the
touchdown, scoring from three team's bowl invitation.
yards out with 10 minutes left. Although Nebraska marched

67 yards to the Oklahoma 13
following the opening kickoff
and recovered fumbles at the
Sooners' 38 and 32 yard lines
before the first period was
over, the Cornhuskers managed
only a 3-0 lead on MikeCoyle's
24-yard field goal.
Nebraska later forged ahead
10-7 on Monte Anthony's one-
yard run after another Okla-
homa fumble, but that was the
Cornhuskers' last lead and the
Sooners were soon in control.
Cal rolls, 48-15
PALO ALTO, Calif. - Chuck
Muncie scored California's first
four touchdowns, passed for a
fifth and rushed for 166 yards
yesterday to lead California to a
48-15 defeat of Stanford and at
least a share of the Pacific-8
football championship.
The four touchdowns by
Muncie, who may have been

playing his last collegiate
game, equaled a school rec-
ord and the senior tailback
est -blished several other rec-
ords in the convincing victory
before 88,000 fans at Stanford
Stadium.
The 13th-ranked Bears finish-
ed the regular season with a
8-3 record. Their conference
mark is 6-1.
But the UCLA Bruins will go
to the Rose Bowl to face Big
Ten champion Ohio State if they
match California's 6-1 record by
beating Southern California next
Friday night. If UCLA loses,
California wins the Pac-8 and
goes to the RoseaBowl. There is
a possibility Cal could go to
the Fiesta Bowl as a consola-
ton.
Stanford, in a three-way tie
for the Pac-8 lead going, into
the game, finished 5-2 in the
i conference.

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GOPHERS BATTER BADGERS:
Spartans squeak by
By The Associated Press ,vorite, had problems with Iowa Beery's day ru
IOWA CITY-Versatile Char- despite a 180-yard rushing per- out performance
lie Baggett ran for two touch- formance by Levi Jackson. Courtney Snyder
downs and passed 82 yards for Iowa threatened three times for a school reca
another yesterday to lift Michi- after Baggett's go-ahead touch- and scored the I
gan State to a 27-23 Big Ten down with 11:43 to play. touchdown.
Conference football victory over Iowa marched to its own 45 After Beery's b
Iowa. and the Spartan 12 and had the due ahead 9-7, I
Baggett's one-yard run early ball after a free kick at mid- close to a pos
in the fourth quarter broke a field with 1:41 to play. But on score twice, only
21-21 deadlock. In the final two the second play, Butch Caldwell times.
minutes, Michigan State gam- fumbled and Tom Standal 're- The back-break
bled by giving Iowa a safety covered. K ith Calvin Can

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Hawkeyes
ined a stand- Perrin power
by Indiana's
, who rushed EVANSTON - Tailback Lon-
ord 211 yards nie Perrin tallied four touch-
Hoosiers' only downs yesterday in the great-
est individual scoring spree for
urst put Pur- Illinois since 1953 as the Illini
ndiana moved defeated Northwestern 28-7 in
sible winning a Big Ten football finale.
to fumble both The 215-pound senior from
Washington, D.C., who had
er came when made only three touchdowns pre-
ght a 24-yard viously this season, scored twice
due seven-yard in the second quarter on a 19-
with nine sec- yard run and on a 39-yard
screen pass from Kurt Steger.

Daily Photo by PAULINE LUBENS
Quarterback Ricky Leach scores Michigan's second touch-
down to put the Wolverines ahead, 14-7.

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and two plays later recovered
a fumble to clinch the victory.
Michigan State, a 10-point fa-

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Dungy dominates ,
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota,
quarterback Tony Dungy cli-
maxed a record-shattering jun-
ior season yesterday by run-
ning for two touchdowns and
passing for a third to lead the
Gophers to a 24-3 Big Ten
victory over Wisconsin.
Dungy ran one and 22 yards
for touchdowns and lobbed a
three-yard scoring pass to John
Mathews to equal the Big Ten
single-season mark of 13 touch-
down passes established in 1969
by Purdue's Mike Phipps.
The 6-foot-1, 175-pound Dun-
gy, who went 22 yards on
the option for Minnesota's
final touchdown, carried eight
times for 85 yards and com-
pleted 6 of 14 pass attempts
for 96 yards. Dungy finished
the year throwing for 1,515
yards and 15 touchdowns.
The 37,000-plus fans bombard-
ed the field with thousands of
snowballs, forcing the officials
to stop play twice and restore
order.
Purdue produces
BLOOMINGTON - Paul Bee-
ry's two-yard touchdown run in
,the fourth quarter yesterday,
powered Purdue to a 9-7 Big
Ten Conference football victory
over Indiana.
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Sort s ote Diy
Grapplers win, a pair
The Michigan wrestling team upped its early-season record to
3-0 on the East Coast yesterday, edging Hofstra 24-20 and easily
,handling Massachusetts, 37-6.
The Wolverines had an easier time with Hofstra than
the score indicates, with last year's 19th place NCAA fin-
ishers garnering 12 of their points in two matches.
Hofstra 142-pounder Guy Reeps surprised Michigan's Karl
Briggs, leading 8-2 at the time, with a pin at 3:15 for six of those
points. The other six came when Wolverine heavyweight Mitch
Marsicano dislocated a kneecap and surrendered his match by
default.
Michigan breezed past Massachusetts later in the day,
allowing their opponents' only points on a forfeit at heavy-
weight because of the injury.
Freshman 150-pounder Mark Churella paced the Wolverines
with a first-period fall in each match. Teammates Mark Johnson
and Harold King also registered first-period pins, against Hof-
stra and Massachusetts respectively.
Freshman 126-pounder Amos Goodlow put up a tough fight
against Hofstra's Nick Gallo, fourth in the nation at 118 last
season, but lost 7-6 on riding time.
Hudson win streak stopped
MOUNT PLEASANT (UPI) - Tiny Hudson, a giant in Mich-
igan and national high school football, crashed yesterday to its
first defeat in seven seasons with fired-up Ishpeming exploiting
every break to pound up a 38-22 victory in the Class C champion-
ship game.
The loss endeda 72-game winning streak, but left the Tigers
still holders of the longest high school winning streak in the
nation. They set that mark last Saturday.
"I don't feel anything except disappointment," said Coach
Tom Saylor, "but I don't have any regrets.
"We can look back and see what we've accomplished," he
said, "and defeat is something we all have to live with at times."
Ishpeming, celled the Hematites after the iron ore mineral
mined in its area of the Upper Peninsula, took a 16-0 first quarter
lead and never trailed.

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2. UCLA (9)
3. Marquette (1)
4. North Carolina
5. Maryland
6. Kentucky
7. Arizona
8. Tennessee
9. Kansas State
10. Cincinnati
11. Notre Dame
12. Louisville
S13. San Francisco
14. Alabama
15. MICHIGAN
16. Auburn
17. Washington
18. Rutgers
19. Providence
20. Nevada-Las Vegas

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