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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 4, 1981-Page 9

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NOTRE DAME'S Tim Koegel (14) gets
protection from guard Mark Fischer
(57) against Michigan State's Johnny
Haynes (86) for this pass during
second-quarter action at South Bend
yesterday. The Fighting Irish rolled
over the Spartans, 20-7.

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BIG TEN ROUNDUP

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COLUMBUS (AP) - Opposing quar-
terbacks Rick Stockstill of Florida
State and Art Schlichter of Ohio State
>assed for a combined total of more
than 700 yards Saturday, with Stockstill
engineering the Seminoles to a 36-27 up-
set of the seventh-ranked Buckeyes in a
non-conference college football game
yesterday.
Stockstill, a senior, led a Florida
State rally with a pair of touchdown
passes that gave the Seminoles, 3-1, a
30-21 lead early in the third quarter.
S STOCKSTILL completed 25 of 41
passes for 299 yards.
Schlichter set an Ohio State single-
game passing record by hitting on 31 of
53 throws for 453 yards and a pair of
touchdowns as the Buckeyes lost for the
first time in four games this season.
His performance broke a 29-year-old
Ohio State passing record. John Borton
had passed for 312 yards against
Washington State in 1952 for the
previous single-game record. He also
broke the Buckeyes' marks for pass
completions and attempts.
4 Florida State, which was playing a
Big Ten Conference school for the first
time in its history, stunned Ohio
Stadium's 80th consecutive home
sellout crowd of 87,158 with a 26-point
explosion in the middle two quarters.
11&0:Dame 20, MSU 7
SOUTH BEND (UPI) - Reserve
tailback Greg Bell rushed for 165 yards
*n 20 carries and two first quarter
touchdowns and Harry Oliver added
two-field goals to lead Notre Dame to a
27 victory yesterday over Michigan
Satie.
:Bell, subbing for the injured Phil Car-
ter in the first quarter, scored on runs
of one and 36 yards to help the Irish
NCAA R OUNDUP:

tpsets
even their record to 2-2 after losing suc-
cessive games to Big 10 foes Michigan
and Purdue.
OLIVER BOOTED field goals of 38
and 34 yards in his first two attempts of
the season as the Spartans dropped
their third game in four decisions.
The Notre Dame defense held
Michigan State without a first down in
the opening quarter and a half, forcing
the Spartans to go to the air. The Irish
defense forced two fumbles end five
sacks in the contest.
The only score Notre Dame allowed
was a 63-yard pass from reserve quar-
terback Bryan Clark to Daryl Turner
with 1:06 left in the first half that cut
ND's lead to 14-7.
Wisconsin 20, Purdue 14
MADISON (AP) - Wisconsin spotted
Purdue a 7-0 lead, then stormed back
with two touchdowns and two field
goals yesterday for a 20-14 triumph in a
iegionally televised Big Ten football
game.
Wisconsin, led by quarterback Jess
Cole and tailback Chucky Davis,
packed all its scoring into the fourth
quarter and repeatedly brought the
Camp Randall Stadium crowd of 68,603
to its feet.
PURDUE APPEARED to have the
game under control well into the third
quarter when Wisconsin safety Matt
Vanden Boom intercepted a Scott Cam-
pbell pass, which led to the Badgers'
first score, a 25-yard field goal by Mark
Doran.
Three plays later, Wisconsin
noseguard Tim Krumrie pounced on a
pitchout fumbled by Purdue tailback
Jimmy Smith.
Five plays later Badger fullback
Dave Mohapp scored from five yards

!,ucks,
out and Wisconsin took the lead 10-7.
Iowa 64, Northwestern 0
EVANSTON (AP) - Eddie Phillips
rushed for two touchdowns and backup
quarterback Gordy Bohannon threw for
two more as Iowa scored four times in
the first eight minutes and devastated
Northwestern 64-0 yesterday, handing
the Wildcats a record 24th straight Big
Ten loss.
So complete was Iowa's domination
that Northwestern was held to less than
100 yards total offense, their deepest
penetration of the game going to the
Iowa 23 in the third quarter. However,
Jeff Jansen killed that drive by making
the second interception of a Mike
Kerrigan pass.
The Hawkeyes, on the other hand,
rolled up more than 425 yards of total
offense with four quarterbacks at the
helm. Bohannon, the starter, opened
the second half with a 30-0 lead and
engineered a 50-yard drive that ended
with a 24-yard touchdown strike to Jeff
Browne.
Illinois 38, Minnesota 29
CHAMPAIGN (AP) - Tony Eason
hit on 21 passes for 330 yards and three
touchdowns yesterday to lead Illinois to
a 38-29 Big Ten football victory over
Minnesota before a Dad's Day throng of
63,814.,
Eason, a junior college transfer from
California, took to the air 32 times and
even scored a touchdown himself on a
brilliant four-yard quarterback draw
play. An aerial feud with the Gophers'
Mike Hohensee never materialized as
the Minnesota quarterback made only
six completions in 21 tries for 81 yards
with one touchdown toss compared to
the five he collected against Oregon

36-27
State last week.
The victory put the Illini at 2-0 in Big
Ten action and 3-1 for the season. Min-
nesota is 1-1 and 3-1.
The Illini broke the Gophers' back in
the third period after Minnesota had
scored on a 78-yard thrust capped by
Hohensee's 28-yard scoring shot to
Walter Ross that brought Minnesota
within three points of catching Illinois
17-14.
Big Ten Standings

Illinois ...........
Wisconsin........
Ohio State........
Iowa ...............
MICHIGAN.......
Minnesota........
Indiana ............
Purdue .............
Michigan State .....
Northwestern......

Conf. A
W L
2 0
2 0
1 0
1 0
1 1
1 1
1 1
0 2
0 2
0 2

Overall
W L
3 1
3 1
3 1
3 I
3 1+
3 1
1 3
2 2
1 3
0 4,

Next week's games
MICHIGAN at Michigan State
Illinois at Purdue
Ohio State at Wisconsin
Indiana at Iowa
Northwestern at Minnesota

RELIGIOUS DIMENSIONS OF
CONTEMPORARY CONCERNS
A SERIES OF LECTURE-DISCUSSIONS
Continuing the Monday Night series of lectures where subjects
of current major interest are discussed at THE ECUMENICAL
CAMPUS CENTER, 921 Church Street. Everyone is welcome
to these discussions. Beginning at 7:30 P.M., with refresh-
ments, the speaker or speakers will make their presentation
and engage in discussion until 9:00 P.M.
COME JOIN US!
MONDAY, OCTOBER 6th--Panel: REVEREND BARBARA
FULLER, An Indochina consultant for the Division of Missions
for the Disciples of Christ and a leader in the Ann Arbor
Interfaith Council for Peace.
DR. DONALD LESTER, Executive Presbyter, Presbytery of De-
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DR. JITSUO MORIKAWA, Senior Minister First Baptist Church
Church
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AND THE ROLE OF CHURCHES"
The panelists have served in local churches and in national and inter-
national roles for their dream denominations and ecumenically.
At the Ecuamenics Campus Center
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION,
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USC dumps Oregon St.*

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) - Sen-
sational tailback Marcus Allen rushed
for 233 yards to break two NCAA recor-
ds yesterday as No. 1-ranked Southern
California rolled over Oregon State 56-
22 in the Pacific 10 Conference football
opener for both schools.
Aa ien became the first college player
to gain more than 200 yards in four con-
secutive games, even though he sat out
the final quarter against the outmat-
ched Beavers.
THE 6-FOOT-2, 202-pound senior has
gained 925 yards in leading the Trojans
4*,,a 4-0 record. His total breaks the
four-game rushing record of 905 yards
set-by Greg Pruitt of Oklahoma in 1971.
.,,.4Allen scored on runs of 30, eight and
13 yards as the Trojans burst to a 42-17
halftime lead. He gained 133 yards in 20
carries in the first quarter and wound
up carrying 35 times overall.
Oregon State, 1-4, was able to move
the ball surprisingly well against the
Trojans, but the Beavers' defense
couldn't stop the powerful Southern Cal
offense, Southern Cal was forced to
punt only once.
Penn St. 30, Temple 6
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -
Tailback Curt Warner, the nation's
second-leading rusher, ran for more
than 100 yards for the third straight
game and scored two touchdowns as
second-ranked Penn State blanked
Temple 30-0 yesterday in college foot-
ball.
Warner carried 22 times for 117 yar-
ds, boosting his season total to 496 for
the 3-0 Nittany Lions. Warner capped a
first-period, 52-yard drive with a three-
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yard smash, giving Penn State a 7-0
lead. He ended a second quarter, 74-
yard march with a 19-yard sprint,
making it 13-0.
Penn State led 20-0 at halftime as
quarterback Todd Blackledge dove one
yard, climaxing an 80-yard drive.
In the third quarter, Penn State
boosted its lead to 23-0 on a 35-yard field
goal by Brian Franco. The Lions com-
pleted their scoring later in the quarter
on a five-yard touchdown pass from
Blackledge to flanker Kenny Jackson.

Yale 23, i]avy 19
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) - Quar-
terback John Rogan tossed two second-
half touchdown passes to split end Curt
Grieve as Yale came from behind to
defeat Navy 23-19 in college football
yesterday at the Yale Bowl.
Rogan completed 17 of 30 passes for
202 yards and three touchdowns.
Defensive ends for both teams played
a key role in the game. Navy's Travis
Wallington blocked two punts to set up a
safety and a touchdown.

The University of Michigan
announces that the State of the University Address by President
Harold T. Shapiro on Monday, October 5; 8:00 P.M. has been
moved to Rackham Lecture Hall with the Reception to follow in
the Michigan League.

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