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The Michigan Daily

Sunday, September 26, 1982.

Northwestern

Page 7
finally wins

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EVANSTON (AP) - Ricky Edwards
raced for 177 yards in 29 carries and
scored four touchdowns and quarter-
back Sandy Schwab completed 16 of 28
passes for 212 yards and two touch-
downs as Northwestern snapped its
major college losing streak at 34 games
yesterday with a 31-6 non-conference
win over Northern Illinois.
Edwards, a senior running back, tied
a school mark with the four scores,
which also were the first touchdowns of
his career. he caught a 20-yard pass
from Schwab in the opening quarter
and then scored on runs of 2, 1 and 80
yards, in tying the school record held by
Otto Graham and Mike Adamle.
The scoreboard flashed "Sweet! ! !,"
"Euphoria!!" and "Godbye Streak!!"
in the closing moments as a large num-
ber of the 22,078 fans stormed on the
field with 30 seconds left to play and
tore down the north goal post. When the
final gun sounded, the goal post collap-
sed and they carried it to the North-
western bench.
Northwestern scored on its first three
possessions in winning its first game
since it defeated Wyoming 27-22 in Sep-
tember 1979. The Wildcats surpassed
the record losing skein of 28 games held
jointly by Virginia and Kansas State.
Notre Dame 28, Purdue 14
SOUTH BEND (AP)- Phil Carter

ripped off second half touchdown runs
of 6 and 10 yards Saturday to lead 10th-
ranked Notre Dame to a 28-14 victory
over winless Purdue.
Carter, who gained 154 in 27 rushes,
started his assault late in the third
quarter with the score tied 14-14 after
Scott Campbell had lifted Purdue into
the tie with a pair of second quarter
touchdown passes.
Carter took off on runs of 33 and 10
yards before slamming over from the 6-
yard line to break the tie with 2:34 left
in the third quarter to give the Irish a
21-14 lead.
Wisconsin 36, Toledo 27
MADISON, (AP)- Wisconsin quar-
terback Randy Wright passed for 184
yards and three touchdowns to lead the
Badgers to a 36-27 victory over stub-
born Toledo yesterday.
The Badgers, 1-2, snapped Toledo's
eight-game victory streak, the longest
among major colleges.
The Rockets, defending Mid-
American Conference champions,
threw a scare into Wisconsin before a
homecoming crowd of 73,317 in Camp
Randall Stadium as quarterback Jim
Kelso connected on .24 of 42 passes for
382 yards.

Wisconsin clinched the game when
tailback Troy King scampered 18 yards
for the final touchdown with 1:22 to play
in the fourth quarter.
The Badgers, after leading 9-7 at half-
time, took a 15-7 lead with 4 minutes
gone in the third quarter when Wright
hit wide receiver David Keeling on a 9-
yard touchdown pass. The two-point
conversion run by tailback John
Williams failed.
Pittsburgh 20, Illinois 3
CHAMPAIGN (AP)- An awesome
Pittsburgh defense, sparked by Dave
Puzzuoli's interception and 95-yard
touchdown run, led the third-ranked
Panthers to a 20-3 victory over Illinois
yesterday.
Pitt stopped the running game cold,
and sacked quarterback Tony Eason
nine times and intercepted five passes
to control Illinois' usually potent aerial
attack.
PUZZUOLI'S TD came in the second
quarter with Pitt trailing 3-0, and
Illinois on the verge of scoring.
Mimni 25, Michigan State 22
Miami (AP) - Senior running back
Mark Rush, who fumbled twice to set

up Michigan State Scores, dived 1 yard
for a touchdown with 1:04 remaining
yesterday to lift 16th-ranked Miami of
Florida to a 25-22 college football vic-
tory over the Spartans.
Rush's dive, on fourth down, capped a"
nine-play, 41-yard drive engineered by,
senior quarterback Mark Richt. The.
winning score came five minutes after
Michigan State had staged a goal-line'
stand that denied the Hurricanes a go
ahead touchdown.
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Stanford 23, Ohio State 20
COLUMBUS (AP) - Stanford quar-
terback John Elway put on a dazzling
passing display, capped by a 18-yard=
touchdown pass to Emile Harry with 34,
secnds left, as the Cardinals stunned
13th-ranked Ohio State 23-20.
Elway completed 35 of 63 passes for'
407 yards in front of 89,436 fans, the
largest crowd ever at Ohio Stadium.
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Daily Photo by JEFF SCHRIER
Lawrence Ricks scampers into the end zone for Michigan's first touchdown
yesterday. Ricks ended the game with 98 yards rushing.

Big Ten Standings

Tigers blank Indians

DETROIT (UPI) -Jack Morris fired
a six-hitter for his third shutout of the
season and Lance Parrish ripped a two-
run double yesterday to pace the
Detroit Tigers to a 4-0 victory over the
Cleveland Indians.
Morris improved his record to 17-16
and ran the Tigers' fourth-place margin
over the Indians to three games in the
American League East. Cleveland
rookie Neal Heaton lost his second
game in as many decisions.
MORRIS STRUCK out five and walked
three in going the distance for the 17th
time, tying him for the AL lead with
Toronto's Dave Stieb.
The Tigers assumed a 1-0 lead in the
second inning, when Tom Brookens,
who reached on a fielder's choice, ad-
vanced to second on a single by Howard
Johnson and stole third. He scored on a
wild pitch by Heaton.
Detroit chased Heaton with a pair of
runs in the .third inning, as Parrish
doubled to score Chet Lemon and Larry
Herndon, who had walked.
Consecutive one-out singles by Lynn
Jones, Alan Trammell and Lemon ad-
ded a run int he seventh off reliever
Jerry Reed.
Cardinals 5, Cubs 1
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Joaquin Andujar
fired a three-hitter for his seventh
straight win, leading streaking St.
SCORES
College Football
Stanford 23, Ohio State 20
Notre Dame 28, Purdue 14
Pittsburgh 20, Illinois 3
Northwestern 31, No. Illinois 6
Wisconsin 36, Toledo 27
Miami (Fla.) 25, Michigan St. 22
Penn State 27, Nebraska 24
Washington 37, Oregon 21
Boston College 31, Navy 0
West Virginia 43, Richmond 10
.Alabama 24, Vanderbilt 21
Auburn 24, Tennessee 14
Florida 27, Mississippi St. 17
Duke 51, Viginis 17
Maryland 23, N. Carolina St. 6
USC 12, Oklahoma 0
Kansas 13, Kentucky 13
Miami (0.) 35, E. Michigan 0
W. Michigan 24, Kent state 14
Georgia Tech 24, Memphis St. 20
Arizona St. 15, California 0
Clemson 21. West Carolina 10
Illinois St. 25, Wayne St. 0
N. Michigan 50, Michigan Tech 19
Harvard 31, Massachusetts 14
Connecticut 17, Yale 7
Colgate 21, Cornell 6
Iowa State 35, Drake 10
Kansas St. 31, Wichita St. 7
Air Force 29, Brigham Young 19
Baseball
American League
Detroit 4, Cleveland 0
Oakland 10, Kansas City 3
National League
St. Louis 5, Chicago 1
San Francisco 5, Los Angeles 4
Atlanta 12, San [aiego6
(Choral group on campus-
especially for
non-music majors.)
The Arts Chorale is still

Louis to a 5-1 victory over the Chicago
Cubs and reducing the Cardinals'
magic number in the National League
East to three games.
The victory, the Cardinals' 11th in the
last 13 games, gave them a 5 -game
lead over Philadelphia, which lost 2-1 to
New York. Any combination of St.
Louis wins and Philly defeats total
three will give the Cardinals the
-division title.
ANDUJAR, 15-10, gave up only Mel
Hall's single with one out in the first,
and Ryne Sandberg's infield single and
Hall's RBI double with two out in the
ninth, he struck out four and walked
none and hit a batter enroute to his nin-
th complete game.
George Hendrick singled home the
first Cardinal run following walks to
Lonnie Smith and Keith Hernandez in
the third.
In the fourth, the Cards added three
more runs off starter Dickie Noles, 9-13,
on four hits and a Chicago error. Tom-
my Herr and Smith each had RBI
singles and Ken Oberkfell came home
on short-stop Junior Kennedy's
throwing error.
The Cards completed their scoring in
the eighth when Oberkfell and Herr
doubled off Dick Tidrow.
Giants 5, Dodgers 4
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Joe
Morgan's RBI single, his third hit of the
game, capped a two-run, eighth-inning
rally that gave the San Francisco Gian-
ts a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles
Dodges and tightened the National
League West race.
The loss cut the front-running
Dodgers' lead to one game over the Atlan-
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ta Braves, who beat San Diego 12-6
while the third-place Giants moved up
to two games off the pace. The Dodgers
have lost four straight games while San
Francisco has won nine of its last 11.
SAN FRANCISCO capitalized on two
Los Angeles errors to overturn a 4-3
deficit in the eighth against Dodger
starter Fernando Valenzuela, 19-13, in a
gane watched by a crowd of 49,634 that
let the Dodgers set an all-time major
legue season attendance record of
3,378,718.
Bob Brenly opened the inning with a
soft liner that shortstop Bill Russell
knocked down but then threw low to fir-
st. Brenly was sacrificed to second and
pinch-hitter Jim Wohlford reached n
third baseman Ron Cey's fielding
error.
Chili Davis followed with a single,
driving in Brenly with Wohlford going
to third on the hit. Morgan's single to
right off reliever Terry Forster scored
Wohlford.
Andy McGaffigan, 1-0, the third Gian-
ts pitcher, went only one third of inning
but earned his first major league vic-
tory with relief help from Greg Minton,
who earned his 30th save.
Russell's run-scoring single in the
seventh, one of three RBI hits he had in
the game, had given the Dodgers a 4-3
lead.

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BEFORE
This is me before I started going to Michigan En-
semble Theatre productions. Overweight, poor, un-
happy, and alone.

AFTER
This is me after only two years as a Michigan
Ensemble Theatregoer. Rich, trim, and sexy.

HOW MICHIGAN ENSEMBLE THEATRE CHANGED MY LIFE

Aajor Events
try 106

The other day, after brunch, as I was
waiting for the attendant to retrieve
my bronze Turbo-Porsche, my school
chum I'd been noshing with said, "Say,
Dan, how did an unassuming guy like
yourself come to be so rich, so trim, so
.. sexy?
My eyes grew misty. "It wasn't
always this way, Eric, old pal."
My mind raced back to the Bad Time,
before the investment tips, the real
estate empire, before I took up
ballooning and found success and pur-
pose in my life.. .
Once I was a lot like you.
Drinking no brand beer, watching
Family Feud re-runs while I did my ac-
counting assignments, looking for
pickups as I watched the big screen
over a pitcher, playing Euchre in my
spare time. I tipped the scales at a hef-
ty 232, but my bank balance couldn't
have tipped the counter bus boy at the
Fleetwood Diner.
Finally, I hit bottom . ..Picked up by
the Windsor Police for barrelling my
old heap the wrong way over some
parking lot spikes.
My last friend in this lonely world,
Henry Quintana, set me straight while
he was driving me back to Ann Arbor.
"Dan, get a hold of yourself! Why
don't you get involved in something
cultural. Take in a Michigan Ensemble
Theatre play."
"Gosh Henry, don't they do French
post-impressionism, and conceptual
constructivism? I'm not sure I cotton to
that high-brow stuff."
Aside from a couple of summers in
the Ricardo Montalban School of -Fine
Acting Style ...

Looking into his steely blue eyes, i
realized Henry was right. I resolved to
give Michigan Ensemble Theatre a
shot.
At first it was quite painful. Wat-
ching all those ten and twelve member
casts was confusing-I was used to
watching two women and one man in
the same apartment, with commercial
breaks for a baloney sandwich and a
beer. All those plot reversals and
denouments made my head spin.
But I started to feel the beneficial ef-
fects of going to the theatre just one
short week after my first attendance.
in no time, I started using napkins
with every meal. I switched from
vodka to an unpretentious Gamay
Beaujalais.
Soon I was spending almost every
evening listening to public radio and
reading a good book, like Aquinas'
Summa Theologica.,
I realized that some of the
wealthiest, most famous people in the
world attended the
theatre-Napoleon, Bismark, George
Washington, Shakespeare, and many
others who are yet alive today.
Then I met Marianne. The first
woman who knew there was more to
Hamlet than cliches and tights. And I
fell in love.
Today I am on top of the world with
a wonderful wife, happy in her stock
and bond consulting firm, and me with
friends in high places and a promising
career in foreign currency
manipulation.
Can professional theatre do for you
what it did for me?

sen, the quantity and quality of their
milk dramatically improves!
Now, if it can do that for plain old
moo cows, imagine what it can do for
you!
You might use it to control
disgusting personal habits and make
fun new friends. The possibilities are
endless!
Can you afford Michigan Ensemble
Theatre?
Is Lox kosher?
Even though studies have shown
that Michigan Ensemble Theatre
audience members are among the
most intelligent, affluent, and nice
people in Ann Arbor, yes you can af-
ford Theatre tickets, thanks to special
Student rates.
Begin the Michigan Ensemble
Theatre habit today.
Remember, the longest journey
begins by getting dressed. Don't let
this opportunity slip through your
fingers. Get season tickets right now!
While you're thinking about it.
And get ready for a spectacular im-
provement in your life.
Warn your family and friends that
you may start dressing for dinner.
You may loose your taste for beer
nuts.
And the next time you are sitting in
class, thinking about playing with your
ear, you'll find yourself asking ...
Would a Michigan Ensemble Theatre
goer do this?
Michigan
Ensemble

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