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Page 10-Sunday, September 19, 1982-The Michigan Daily

Irish hold on to

down

(Continued from Page 1)
After Rogers carried the ball to the
31, a delay of game penalty pushed
Michigan back once again. Then came
the pass over the middle to Bean,.who
was hit by Duerson, and then coughed
up the ball as he fell to the turf. The
Irish then ran out the clock on the
Wolverines, who failed to convert a
single third-down conversion the entire
game.
IN THE first half, the Fighting Irish
controlled the line of scrimmage from
beginning to end. The contest was less
than two minutes old when Notre Dame
forced Michigan into the first turnover
of the game. After Anthony Carter
returned the opening kickoff 18 yards,
Smith was faced with a third and six
from his own 26. A blitzing Bob Clasby
jarred the ball loose from Smith and
John Autry recovered on the Wolverine

22 yard line. The
fened though, an
ced to settle for
ston field goal.
On the next
Michigan offen
Smith picked up
two consecutive
sacked for a five
eight. After Do
punt, Michigan
their next series
yard holding pen
After an Irish
fense continued
and nine Smith r
over the middle
Bracken boome
Notre Dame too
Tailback Phil Ca
initial first down
burst up the mi
Irish drove to the

Michig
Michigan defense stif-
d Notre Dame was tor- where on fourth
a 35-yard, Mike John- stopped for no gai
. THE MOMEr
series of downs, the momentarily as
ise sputtered again. loose for19 yards
a couple of yards on first down of the
runs and then was drive bogged doN
-yard loss on third and Bracken punted
on Bracken's 38-yard fourth and three f
stymied the Irish on The next timeI
s, in part due to a ten- possession, they
alty. again saw a drive
punt, the Michigan of- 16 yard pass in t
to drag and on third brought down at
missed Carter on a pass next play Ricks.
at his own 42 yard line. the hand off, fu
ad one 49 yards, and Notre Dame reco
ok over on its own 42. 46.
arter then picked up the On the first pla,
n of the game when he Irish fullback Lar
ddle for 16 yards. The five yards and t
e Wolverine 34 yard line Michigan 34. Gre

an, 23-17
and one Carter was the 24 yard line on the next play;
n. Moriarty finished off the lightning-
N TUM then turned quick touchdown drive, dancing around
Larry Ricks broke left end and going into the end zone
and the first Michigan from 24 yards out. Johnston's extra
half. the Wolverine point made it 10-0.
wn again though, and After an exchange of punts-in-
into the end zone on cluding a 59-yard quick kick by Kiel-
rom the Irish 39. the Irish took over at their own 45.
the Wolveines' gained Moriarty and Bell then shredded the
moved the ball, but Wolverine defense and carried Notre
stall. Carter caught a Dame to a first and goal at the
.he right flat and was Michigan four yard line.
midfield. On the very On the next play, Bell carried .again
and Smith collided on and drove to the one-foot line where h4
ambled the ball, and was upended and coughed up the ball,
vered on the Michigan Keith Bostic recovered at the goal line
and Michigan took over.
y of the second period, THE WOLVERINES showed signs of
*ry Moriarty picked up breaking out of their offense lethargism
he first down on the as Smith hit Carter over the middle for
g Bell skipped down to 18 yards and a first down out to the 20.
up enough to drive home," said Mike Dorlan, a fish
distributor who called himself the codfather of Flint. "We go
to just about all the home games. I sent my wife to UM just so
s she could buy me tickets."
y Less into the pre-game spirit, Tom Brochu, a Michigan
- sophomore from Grand Blanc, was crouched silently over a
notebook writing an English paper. The paper's thesis
w argued that there was no such thing as "date rape."
On the other side of the fence, a group of green-clad
s teenagers were taking turns climbing in and out of an old
g sedan.
d "EVERY TIME those guys over there start playing their
e Michigan song, we honk our horn to drown them out," ex-
plained Al Chelsey, a freshman at Michigan State but a self-
y proclaimed Irish fanatic. "My friends here have driven 700
f miles all the way from New Jersey, and we don't even have
t tickets to the game."

"Naked
ladies
get
free
beers"~

By BARB BARKER
Special to the Daily
SOUTH BEND- Literally acres of cars and camper
surrounded Notre Dame Stadium like a band of gypsie
yesterday as fans of both persuasions settled in for a full da3
of partying in anticipation of last night's Notre Dame
Michigan game.
Although the majority of tailgaters were Irishmen, a fey
Michigan license plates were scattered among the green sea
A GROUP OF male Michigan students stood with beer can:
in hand in front of a Winnebago that bore a sign reading
"Naked ladies get free beer." They said they hadn't receive(
any offers "and we're pretty pissed off about it too," said on
of the students.
The crew had occupied their grassy corner since Frida3
night and said they were impressed with the hospitality o
South Bend. "We went to a bunch of parties and bars las
night and everyone was pretty nice," said Karl Brycz,
Michigan-Dearborn campus student and the owner of thi
camper. "This one guy came up to me at a party last nigh
and said cordially 'I hate your school but welcome.'"
A few rows away, an older group of Wolverine diehard
was gathered outside a camper with a big Michigan flag
plastered across the side and a horn that tooted "Hail to the
Victors." The group said it was from Flint and had beer
tailgating in the camper-like park since Wednesday.
"IT WILL probably take us another three days just to sobe

AP Photo

Strolls into end zone
Florida State's Greg Allen jumps over the goal line while Pitt's Mike Woods
(96) is knocked to the ground by FSU's Tom Wheeler (89).
BIG T EN ROUNDUP:

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One game, however, was already underway inside the
university's Athletic Convocation Center. Eighteen former
Notre Dame basketball greats had assembled to play an
"Oldtimer" Benefit game for a local handicapped children's
center. The roster included such .National Basketball
Association names Kelly Tripucka, Austin Carr, and Adrian
Dantley.
The players' game jerseys were auctioned off after the
game. Orlando Woolridge's togs went for a paltry $510.

Buckeyes i
EAST LANSING (AP)- Ohio State fullback Vaughn
Broadnax plunged over from three yards out for the go-ahead
touchdown in the fourth quarter and the 12th-ranked
Buckeyes rolled on to a 31-10 Big Ten college football victory
over Michigan State yesterday.
On a fourth-and-one at the Michigan State 3, Broadnax took
the ball, vaulted over the middle of the clashing lines, and
tumbled down into the end zone giving the Buckeyes a 17-10
lead with 10 minutes remaining in the game.
Tim Spencer and Kelvin Lindsey scored insurance touch-
downs of 9 and 6 yards respectively in the final period for the
Buckeyes.
Minnesota 36, Purdue 10
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP)-.Quarterback Mike Hohensee
hit 18 of 26 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns Saturday
as Minnesota beat Purdue 36-10 in a regionally televised Big
Ten Conference football game.
The loss was the sixth straight over two seasons for Pur-
due, the longest losing string by the Boilermakers since they
dropped eight straight in 1971-72. Purdue's record fell to 0-1 in
conference and 0-2 overall.
Hohensee, whose passing dominated the first half, connec-
ted on scoring passes of four yards to Jay Carroll in the first
period and 36 yards to tailback Tony Hunter in the closing
seconds of the second quarter.
Miami (0) 27, Northwestern 13
EVANSTON (AP) - Jay Peterson scored three touch-
downs and gained 169 yards and Mike Kiebach booted field
goals of 35 and 32 yards yesterday to lead Miami of Ohio to a
27-13 victory over Northwestern, extending the Wildcats'
record losing streak to 34 games.
Peterson scored two of his touchdowns in the first half on
runs of 6 and 37 yards to put the Redskins ahead 14-0 at the
half.
Northwestern, which has not won since the second game of
the 1979 season, scored two touchdowns in the second half and
pulled within four points of the lead before Kieback kicked
his 32-yard field goal and Peterson added another touchdown
in the fourth quarter.
Iowa St. 19, Iowa 7
IOWA CITY (AP)- Alex Giffords kicked four field goals,
including two in the fourth quarter, and David Archer threw
a 46-yard touchdown pass to Frankie Leaks to give Iowa
State a 19-7 victory over Iowa in college football yesterday.

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rip Spartans
Giffords booted field goals of 25 and 24 yards early in the
final period to give Iowa State -a 9-7 lead and Archer followed
with his touchdown pass to Leaks to seal the victory. Leaks
caught the ball on the Iowa 30 and faked out four Iowa defen-
ders on the way to his first collegiate touchdown.
Giffords also kicked a 26-yard field goal in the second quar-
ter and added a 32-yarder in the third period. The four field
goals tied Iowa State and Kinnick Stadium records.
Illinois 47, Syracuse 10
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - Cornerback Mike Heaven's 27-
yard touchdown return of an intercepted pass sparked a 24-
point third quarter for Illinois yesterday as the Illini routed
Syracuse 47-10 in intersectional collegiate football.
Illinois quarterback Tony Eason passed for 293 yards and a
touchdown, but was unable to get the Illini untracked until his
defensive teammates throttled the Orangemen with five in-
terceptions and a fumble recovery in the second half.
UCL4 51, Wisconsin 26
MADISON (AP)- Tom Ramsey passed for 260 yards and
two touchdowns and scored on a pair of 1-yard dives, leading
14th-ranked UCLA to a 51-26 college football victory over
Wisconsin yesterday.
Ramsey completed 17 of 24 passes for UCLA, 2-0. Wiscon-
sin, 0-2, which trailed 24-0 midway through the second quar-
ter, managed only 4 net yards on its first five possessions.
Ramsey scored from a yard out on the Bruins' second
series, capping a 69-yard drive on which he completed four
successive passes for 68 yards. A 10-yard pass from Ramsey
to JoJo Townsell put the ball on the Badgers' 1.
Eugene Leoni, a walk-on linebacker, recovered a fumble
by Wisconsin's John Williams on the Badger 30 moments Above,
later, setting up a 27-yard field goal by Ken Potter. barely
USC 28, Indiana 7 ducke'
LOS ANGELES (AP)- Sophomore quarterback Sean Lansin
Salisbury threw a pair of touchdown passes and ran for Harold
another score Saturday as 19th-ranked Southern Cal whipped providf
Indiana 28-7 in a non-conference college football game. during
The Trojans, now 1-1, got all their points in the opening yesterd
half, scoring touchdowns the first four times they had the
ball.
Salisbury capped a 90-yard scoring drive with a 1-yard
quarterback sneak 11:28 into the game to put the Trojans
ahead to stay.

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Cornhuskers roll on, 68-0

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP)-Junior running back
Mike Rozier scored three touchdowns and
Nebraska set two NCAA offensive records as
the No. 3-ranked Cornhuskers trounced New
Mexico State 68-0 in a nonconference college
football game here yesterday.
Nebraska, 2-0, set an NCAA record with 883
total offensive yards, with 677 on the ground, a
school mark. The second NCAA mark came
when the Huskers rolled up 43 first downs.
The Huskers posted a 28-0 halftime lead,
scoring four of the first five times they had the
ball.
Rozier, gaining 149 yards on 14 carries, didn't
play in the second half. He scored on runs of 3, 1
and 2 yards.
Quarterback Turner Gill also sat out the
second half after connecting on 10 of 13 passes,
including an 18-yard scoring strike to Todd
Brown for a second-quarter touchdown.

fense which was plagued by fumbles through
the first half and a sprained ankle by starter
Kelvin Bryant. Horton filled in and rushed for
81 yards before intermission.
Vanderbilt's offense took advantage of one
turnover to take a 10-3 lead late in the first
period before North Carolina's defense stif-
fened and kept the Commodores pinned in their
own territory.
Alabama 41, Mississippi 14
JACKSON, Miss. (AP)- Walter Lewis
passed for two touchdowns and scored another
and Craig Turner scored on three short plunges
as fourth-ranked Alabama smashed Mississip-
pi 42-14 in a Southeastern Conference football
opener yesterday.
Lewis, who produced points five of the six
times he directed the Crimson Tide attack,
hrlr nn- th crm mt pnphltmp wh

terback Todd Blackledge tossed four touch-
down passes yesterday as eighth-ranked Penn
State continued its new air-attack offense in a
49-14 romp over winless Rutgers.
Blackledge passed for 213 yards with 15 com-
pletions in 24 attempts. He now has 12 touch-
downs in three games, the same number of
scoring throws he picked up in 11 games last
year.
Penn State's attack also included a 92-yard
punt return by junior safety Mark Robinson in
the first quarter, the second-longest in his
school's history. The longest was a 100-yarder
by Jim Boring against Johns Hopkins in 1933.
West Virginia 19, Maryland 18
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP)- Jeff
Hostetler directed a pair of fourth-quarter
scoring drives and 17th-ranked West Virginia's a

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