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The Michigan Daily-Sunday, October 10, 1982-Page 9

Wildcats stun Gophers;
OSU drops third straight

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EVANSTON, (AP) - Northwestern
Coach Dennis Green has issued a subtle
warning to those who enter Dyche
Stadium assuming they can chalk up
an easy Big Ten football victory.
"I think we're starting to believe we
have a turf to defend," Green said
yesterday after the Wildcats stormed
rom 18 points behind to defeat Min-
nesota 31-21.
THE WIN, Northwestern's second
straight at home, snapped a 38-game
Big Ten losing streak. Only two weeks
ago the Wildcats . defeated Northern
Illinois to end a 34-game overall losing
streak, the longest in major college
history.
And they did it with a defense that
held the explosive Gophers scoreless in
the second half while scoring one
~ouchdown and setting up another in a
1-point third quarter.
"You keep hustling around but you
never know what's going to happen,"
said senior linebacker Rick Raffin.
"THE DEFENSE scoring gave us a
lot of confidence," said Northwestern
quarterback Sandy Schwab, who ran
for one touchdown and passed for
another. "I think our defense is im-
proving. "We've been more physical,
and the better you get, it seems the
Onore you don't want to lose."
Minnesota Coach Joe Salem, who
brought theBig Ten's leading offensive
team to Dyche Stadium, agreed.
"The only thing I can say is they
kicked our tails," Salem said. "And
they probably should have scored more
points."
Iowa 24, Indiana 20
BLOOMINGTON (AP)- Eddie
hillips rushed for a pair of first-half
0ouchdowns. and Norm Granger raced
63 yards with a third-period touchdown
pass from Chuck Long as Iowa edged
Indiana 24-20. yesterday in a Big Ten
Conference football game.
Indiana appeared finished when Ron
Hawley intercepted a pass by Indiana's
Babe Laufenberg at the Hawkeyes' 3-
yard line with just over two minutes to

go. But the Hoosiers got the ball back
when Iowa punted and started their
final drive from their own 29-yard line.
.Laufenberg, who set an Indiana
single-game record with 390 yards
passing,completed passes of 24 yards
to John Boyd, 8 yards to Johnnie
Salters, 14 yards to Duane Gunn and 17
yards to Terry Smith for a first-down at
the Iowa 8 with 20 seconds to go. The
Hoosiers, out of time-outs, managed
only one more play, and a 6-yard com-
pletion to Scott McNabb left the ball at
the 2-yard line as the game ended.
Wisconsin 6, Ohio State 0
COLUMBUS (AP)- Coach Dave
McClain ranked Wisconsin's rainy 6-0
victory at Ohio State yesterday as the
"biggest win" of his 12-year .college
football career.
It marked the first time in 64 seasons
that Wisconsin had won in Columbus
and the first time ever they had posted
a victory in 60-year-old Ohio Stadium.
"THESE GAMES have special
moments," said McClain, a native
Ohioan. "Coming back here and having
a great victory is a real thrill for me
and my wife. It will be a nice trip going
back to Madison."
McClain never dreamed the Badgers
would post their first shutout over Ohio
State in 52 years.
- "The defense won the game for us
today."
THE WISCONSIN coach thought the
elements-it rained hard most of the
game-affected" the Buckeyes' game
plan.
"Apparently, they thought they could
throw on us since we were tenth in the
Big Ten in pass defense."~
Earle Bruce, after watching the
Buckeyes lose three straight home
games for the first time since 1967,
blamed Ohio State's attack- for the
defeat.
"Our offense is inconsistent as the
devil," he said. "I can hardly believe
we would be shut out."
Illinois 38, Purdue 34
CHAMPAIGN (AP)- Tony Eason
hurled four touchdown passes, one a 50-

yard bomb in the fourth quarter, as Big
10 leader Illinois rallied to defeat
winless Purdue, 38-34, yesterday.
In a sizzling aerial duel with Purdue's
Scott Campbell, Eason connected on 27
of 39 passes for 354 yards. Campbell
completed 20 of 49 passes, three for
touchdowns.
THREE OF Purdue's touchdowns
stemmed from Illinois fumbles and a
fourth was set up in the final quarter on
a pass interference infraction that gave
the Boilermakers the ball on the one-
yard line. From there, Rod Carter
scored his second touchdown and Pur-
due took a 34-31 lead.
Minutes later, the Illini exploded for
68 yards in three plays with Eason
unleashing a 50-yard touchdown pass to
Mitch Brookins with 6:33 left.
Campbell herded Purdue to the
Illinois 30 but his final pass attempt was
caught out of the end zone by Derrick
Taylor as time ran out.
Making their finest start since the
1963 Rose Bowl team, the Illini romped
to a 14-0 lead in the first four minutes.
They went 84 yards in 11 plays on their
first possession, with Mike Martin
snaring three passes for 53 yards and
Mike Murphy scoring on a 5-yard run.
Then Chuck Armstead stole a Cam-
pbell pass, the Illini's sole interception,
and barreled 36 yards across the goal
line. Eason fumbled on the next Illinois
possession. David Frey recovered on,
the Illini 9 and Campbell hit Cliff Ben-
son for a touchdown.
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By JIM DAVIS,
Special to the Daily
DETROIT - Goaltender Ed
Staniowski stopped 36 shots and recor-
ded the first shutout of the NHJL season
as the Winnipeg Jets bombed the
Detroit Red Wings 8-0 last night at Joe
Louis Arena.
Staniowski was unbeatable in goal
and made several brilliant saves.
Oetroit was outshot 37-36, but the dif-
ference was Staniowski's ability to
thwart numerous Detroit rushes.
WINNIPEG opened the scoring with
three goals in a span of just over two
minutes midway through the. first
period. At.6:43, Brian Mullen drove a
shot past goaltender Gilles Gilbert after
Winnipeg dug the puck out of the cor-
ner. 51 seconds later, Thomas Steen
scored from a scramble in front of the
et, capping the first period scoring,
ormer Olympian Dave Christian
tallied a power play goal from just in-
side the blue line by whistling a slap-
shot past Gilbert, after the Red- Wings
had failed to clear the puck from a
scramble in front of the net.
Two second-period goals by Winnipeg
defenseman Craig Levie stretched the
Winnipeg lead to 5-0.
Late- in the second period Detroit
goalie Gilbert took a shot in the mask
nd' was replaced by rookie Greg
'Stefan. The diagnosis on Gilbert was a
bruised right cheek bone.
GOALS BY Jerry Butler, Mullen's
second of the night, and Willy Lin-
dstrom closed out the scoring in the
third period.
The Red Wings next game will be at
Calgary on Thursday. Their next home
SCORES
College Football
OICHIGAN 31, Michigan State 17
Northwestern 31, Minnesota 21
Wisconsin 6, Ohio State 0
Iowa 24, Indiana 6
Illinois 38, Purdue 34
Edinboro St. 20. Slippery Rock 7
Fordham 23, Georgetown D.C. 9-
Middlebury 12. Amherst 10
New Hampshire 3, Bucknell 0
Tufts 30, Bowdoin 14
Upsala 3, Albright 0
Salisbury St. 54, Wm. Paterson 22
Swarthmore 14, Dickinson 0
Towson St. 17, Morgan St. 10
enn 24, Brown 21
Jgers 24, Army 3
St. Bonaventure 10. Niaara.0
Harvard 25, Cornell a3
H'rbart 27, Rochester 14
Howard U. 22, Delaware St. 14
Iona 7, RPI 7, tie
Wesleyan 27, Coast Guard 8
W.-Virginia 20, Boston College 13
Westminster, Pa, 3, Indiana, Pa. 0
Yale 27, Boston U. 24
Auburn 18, Kentucky 3
Centre 27, Principia 15
Elizabeth City St. 26, Virginia St. 0
Georgia 33, Mississippi 10
mpton Inst. 19, N. Carolina A&T 9

game will be on October 20 when they
face the Quebec Nordiques.
Linksters third
Special to the Daily
MADISON -_- The Michigan golf team
holed up iriWisconsin the last two days
to compete in the Badger Invitational
tournament. Michigan tied for third
place in the nine team, 36 hole tour- i
'nament.
Wisconsin entered two five player
teams in the event. Their first team
had rounds of 373 and 372 for a 745 total
to take first place.
IN SECOND place, 12 strokes behind
the winners, was Iowa State. Michigan
finished 17 strokes behind Wisconsin,
but had to share third place honors with
Purdue when the Boilermakers made
up a seven stroke deficit on the second
day of competition.
Dan Roberts led the Wolverines with
scores of 75 and 73 for a four over par
148 on the par 72 course. That score was
good enough for a fifth place finish in
individual competition.
Scott Anair and Ken Clark rebounded
with good second round scores for iden-
tical eight over par 152 scores. Mark
DeWitt and Peter Savarino rounded out
Michigan's team with scores of 155 and
156 respectively.
BAD WEATHER throughout the
tournament made low scores difficult to
attain.
Hopefully, better weather will prevail
today and tomorrow as golf coach Jim
Carras takes his team to Kalamazoo
where Western Michgian is hosting the
Bronco Invitational.
Favored horse killed
NEW YORK (AP)- Lemhi Gold won

in s, 8-0
the $563,000 Jockey Club Cup which
was marred when favorite Timely
Writer and another colt were fatally in-
jured in a spill.
Timely Writer and Johnny Dance
were humanely destroyed after
breaking legs according to Dr. William
0. Reed, the veterinarian who bought a
50 percent interest in Timely Writer for
$3 million last spring.
TIMELY Writer, who has been a star-
crossed colt most of the year, was run-
ning third with little less than a half-
mile remaining in the 1 /-mile race
when he suddenly crashed to the
ground, throwing jockey Jeff Fell.
The colt, who had been favored to win
the Kentucky Derby, before, being
sidelined by abdominal surgery, broke
his left front leg.
Sing Sing then went over Timely
Writer but kept his feet, although
Miguel Rivera was unseated. Then
Khatango, ridden by Ruben Hernandez
and Johnny Dance, ridden by Bryan
Fann, fell, throwing their riders.
Duhon takes title
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)- Alton Duhon
of Los Angeles, a retired postal worker,
defeated defending champion Ed Up-
degraff of Tucson yesterday to win the
28th U.S. Senior Amateur Champion-
ships 2-up.
Duhon, a public-course player, thus
became the first black to ever win the
event.

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