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The Professional Theatre Program
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Ensemble Theatre
Mirandolina Sept.24-27,Octl-4
The Blood Knot Oct.8-11,15-18
Wings Oct. 29- Nov.1, Nov. 5-8
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SPORTS

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Sunday, September 13, 1981
OSU DOWNS DUKE, 34-13

The Michigan Daily

Iowa upsets Cornhusker

IOWA CITY (AP) - Eddie Phillips
scored on a short run, Lon Olejniczak
kicked a 35-yard field goal and Iowa
held on in the second half to upset
seventh-ranked Nebraska 10-7 yester-
day in a college football season opener.
A record Kinnick Stadium crowd of
60,160 saw Iowa avenge a 57-0 loss to the
Cornhuskers last year. Iowa capitalized
on a short punt and an interception for
its two scores in the first half and the
Hawkeyes' defenise contained
Nebraska's offense throughout the
game.
NEBRASKA HAD several chances to
tie the score or go ahead in the fourth

quarter, but the Cornhuskers were th-
warted by a missed field goal, a fumble
and Lou King's dibin interception that
sealed the victory for Iowa with 39
seconds remaining.
Phillips, a sophomore tailback, dove
over left guard from the 2 for a touch-
down on Iowa's first possession of the
game. The Hawkeyes had started on
the Nebraska 44 after King tipped a
Cornhuskers' punt and the ball traveled
on 20 yards.

Iowa covered the distance in seven
plays, and Phillips, who gained 34 yards
on the drive, scored with 9:16 left in hte
first quarter.
Ohio State 34, Duke 13
COLUMBUS- (AP) - Tim Spencer
bolted 82 yards on 11th-ranked Ohio
State's opening play from scimmage
for his first of three touchdowns yester-
day, leading the Buckeyes to a 34-13
romp over Duke in a college football

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game watched by legendary coach
Woody Hayes.
Hayes, 68, coached more seaso , 28,
and had more victories, 265, a
bai
coach in Ohio State's riz w' a,,
history.
Hayes granted no- ite i
nearly all, of the capacityc of
86,260 were not even aware.h-
ching his first game since be
December 1978. Hayes wa~
for hitting Clemson mi
Charlie Bauman in the cl
of the Gator Bowl game.
Spencer, the Buckeyes' futib
season, made his first start as a c e
tailback. His opening burst was the
second longest touchdown run from
scrimmagein Ohio State history.
Morris Bradshaw ran 88 yards for a
touchdown against Wisconsin in 1971.
Minnesota 19, Ohio 17
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Mike
Hohensee, playing in his first game for
Minnesota, lofted a 66-yard scoring
pass to flanker Chester Cooper late in
the fourth quarter to lift the Gophers to
a 19-17 victory over Ohio Univeristy in a
non-conference opener for both teams.
Hohensee, a junior college transfer
from California, hit Cooper with 4:04
left to erase a 17-13 deficit.
HIS TWO-POINT conversion pass at-
tempt failed.
Just six minutes earlier, Todd Yoho
ran 15 yards for Ohio to give the under-
dog Bobcats a four-point lead and quiet
the crowd of 40,086 at Memorial
Stadium.
Ohio University, member of the Mid-
American Conference, entered the
game as three-touchdown underdogs

against the Big Teri Gophers, but juini"
ped to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter,'leW
10-7 at halftime and then moved 66 yar-
ds in nine plays, capped by Yoho's burst
over left tackle for a 17-13 lead with
10:31 to play.
Indiana 21, Northwestern
EVANSTON (AP)- First-year coach
Dennis Green joined a long list of Nor,'
thwestern coaches on Heartbreak IHowd
but he did it yesterday with more flair
than most. 04
"There was never any doubt that we,
were going for two points. We were surei
that Indiana was going to blitz sot the'
play was designed to drop the pass off/ T
said Green in the aftermath of the,
failed conversion attempt that gave the
Hoosiers a 21-20 win over the Wildcats
in the Big Ten opener for both teams.
"I know what it's like to go for two
points and not get it," said Green's
counterpart, Indiana coach Lee Corso.
"It was a bold stroke and you've got to
give them. credit. We lost 24-23 agais4
Purdue last year. when we went, fort
two:~
Purdue 27, Stanford 19
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP)'
Tailback Jimmy Smith scored tre
touchdowns yesterday including oneQn
a 100-yard kickoff return, leading Pur-
due to a 27-19 victory over 19th-ranked
Stanford in their college football season
opener.
The three first half scores by the 6-
foot junior helped the Boilermakers to a
20-10 lead, but the passing of quarter-
back John Elway and a pair of field
goals by mark Marmon kept the Car-
dinals close throughout the game. .
A 59-yard field goal by Marmon ,a
time ran out in the second quarter and
one-yard touchdown pass from Elway
to Vincent White late in the third quar-
ter pulled Standford within one point
before the Boilermakers' Scott Cam-
pbell directed the clinching touchdown
drive.

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GOLDOVSKY OPERA COMPANY
"Don Giovanni"...... ....
ZAGREB PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
Valter Despalj, Cellist ............... .
AURORA NATOLA-GINASTERA. Cellist,

. Sat Sun Oct 10, 11'
........Fri Oct 16
and

CONCERTO SOLOISTS OF PHILADELPHIA
with Hermann Baumann, French Horn ...
PITTSBURGH BALLET THEATRE
Tchaikovsky's ''Nutcracker"........... F
ANDRE WATTS, Pianist, and
CHARLES TREGER.Violinist ..........
JOFFREY II DANCE COMPANY,..........I
DAME JANET BAKER, Mezzo-soprano .... .
OAKLAND (CALIFORNIAN BALLET ..... Mo
SOFIA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA .....

Sat Dec 12

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ANTHONY DI BONAVENTURA. Piarist ......Sun Oct 18
ALL GINASTERA PROGRAM ................ Tues Oct 20
LONDON EARLY MUSIC GROUP................Fri Oct 23
OKINAWAN DANCE THEATER AND MUSIC .... Wed Oct 28
NATHAN MILSTEIN, Violinist ......... . . ...Thurs Oct 29
MARTHA.GRAHAM
DANCE COMPANY .............. Fri-Sun Oct 30-Nov 1
SOVIET EMIGRE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Boris Bloch. Pianist ................. .. . . Tues Nov 3
PANOCHA STRING QUARTET..................Sat Nov 7
TASHI: Clarinet and Strings
with Richard Stoltzman. Clarinetist ......... Sun Nov 15
UTO UGHI,Violinist........ ................Fri Nov 20
CESARE SIEPI, Basso ......................Sun Nov 22
LUBLIN POLISH FOLK FESTIVAL.............Mon Nov 23
PAUL GAULIN MIME COMPANY .............Tues Nov 24
JAMES GALWAY, Flutist, PHILLIP MOLL. Pianist,
and MORAY WELSH, Cellist ............... Mon Nov 30
ROMANIAN FOLK FESTIVAL..................Wed Dec 2
HANDEL'S"MESSIAH"
Donald Bryant, Conductor, Soli,

Fri-Sun Dec 18-20
.....Sun Jan 10
Fri Sat Jan 15.16
.....Sun Jan17
on-Wed Jan 25-27
... Thurs Feb 4

CARLOS MONTOYA,.Guitarist.......... ...Sat Feb 6
ORPHEUS ENSEMBLE .........................Sun Feb 7
CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF VERSAILLES . . .Thurs Feb 18
PAUL TAYLOR DANCE COMPANY ......Tues Wed Mar 2. 3
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Erich BergelConductor, and Radu Lupu. Pianist .. Fri Mar 5
HEINZ HOLLIGER, Oboist .... . ................ Sun Mar 7
MARCEL MARCEAU,.Mime..........Thurs-Sat Mar 11-13
JURY'S IRISH CABARET.....................TuesMar16
PETER SERKIN, Pianist ...................Thurs Mar 18
TOKYO STRING QUARTET....................Sat Mar 20
MAURIZIO POLLINI. Pianist...............Wed Mar 24
TEDD JOSELSON, Pianist .................... Thurs Apr I
PENNSYLVANIA BALLET............ Mon-Wed Apr 19-21
MAY FESTIVAL
Philadelphia Orchestra Eugene Ormandy/Aldo Ceccato

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