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BIG TEN ROUNDUP
Sunday, September 16, 1984
Men's varsity basketball
walk-on tryouts, 6-3 or taller
contact Dave Hammer,
assistant basketball coach
EAST LANSING (UPI)-Mike on Mian
Haywood blocked a fourth quarter Jim Ke
Michigan State punt, setting up the go- pleted 15
ahead touchdown and allowing Notre Miam
Dame to take a 24-20 win yesterday in in 20 day
the 50th meeting between the two Nebrn
The junior cornerback heroics put the LINCO
ball on the Spartan 14-yard line. Three rushed b
plays later Notre Dame star tailback dberg th
Allen Pinkett spun five yards into the No. 1-ra
end zone to give the Irish their final Minneso
margin of victory, college f
The score capped a comeback drive Smith
that began in the second quarter with his car
Notre Dame down 17-0 and quieted the going to
fourth largest crowd in Spartan the third
Stadium history. Nebra
In the fourth quarter Michigan State touchdom
had one good chance to pull out the week. W
game on a 45-yard pass from Yarema to yard b
Ingram, putting the ball at the Notre quarterb
Dame 25. However, a Notre Dame Baglor,
fumble recovery killed the threat. Cornhus
Miami (Fla.) 28, Purdue 17 pass.
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) North
Sophomore Bernie Kosar guided No. 5
Miami on scoring drives of 66 and 94 EVAN
yards in the third quarter, scoring once yard tou
on a quarterback sneak, as the the fina
Hurricanes recorded a 28-17 comeback McAulay
victory over Purdue yesterday in non- to a 13-
conference football. yesterda
The defending national champions, game.
upset last week by Michigan, moved 66 On the
yards in 10 plays after taking the seco- Norley 1
nd half kickoff, to score on Kosar's touchdom
plunge from the 1-yard line and take the thwester
lead for good. guilty ,
Kosar who moved into the third spot seconds]
mi's career-passing list behind
elley and George Mira, com-
5 of 24 passes for 194 yards.
i, playing its fourth road game
ys, moved to 3-1. Purdue is 1-1.
aska 38, Minnesota 7
OLN, Neb. (AP)-Jeff Smith
for 183 yards and Craig Sun-
hrew two touchdown passes as
anked Nebraska romped over
ta 38-7 in a non-conference
ootball game yesterday.
carried 26 times to accumulate
eer-high yardage- total before
the sidelines midway through
ska, 2-0, allowed only one
wn for the second straight
Minnesota, 1-1, scored on a 63-
omb from freshman reserve
back Reggie Foggie to Valdez,
who snuck 10 yards behind the
ker defense before catching the
STON. (AP)-Todd Norley's 2-
uchdown pass to Jim Take on
i play of the game and Don
y's extra-point lifted Syracuse
12 victory over Northwestern
ay in an intersectional football
next to last play of the game,
threw what appeared to be a
awn pass to Mike Siano, but Nor-
rn's Jan Keith Gatewood was
of pass interference with 2
left on the clock. Norley then
hit Tate with the game-winning touch-
The triumph was the fifth straight for
the Orangemen and gave them a 2-0
record for the season, while North-
western slipped to 0-3.
Kentucky 48, Indiana 14
George Adams rushed for 155 yards and
a touchdown and set up two other
touchdown runs by Mark Logan in the
first half yesterday, leading Kentucky
to a 48-14 college football rout of error-
The Hoosiers lost the ball twice on
fumbles and kept an other Kentucky
scoring drive alive with a fourth-down
penalty as the Wildcats raced to a 31-0
halftime lead. Kentucky scored on five
of it seven possession in the first
half, with Jim Rider missing field goal
attempts of 31 and 42 yards the other
The victory lifted Kentucky to 2-0 for
the season, while Indiana dropped to 0-
Ohio State 44,
Washington St. 0
COLUMBUS (AP) - Quarterback
Mike Tomczak, seeing his first action of
the season, led ninth-ranked Ohio State
on two first-half touchdown drives
yesterday as the Buckeyes whipped
Washington State 44-0 in intersec-
tional college football.
It was the first shutout in 43 games
for the Buckeyes, 2-0. Washington
State, losing to Ohio State for the fifth
consecutive time, dropped to 1-2 this
fall. Ohio State beat Wisconsin 21-0 for
its last shutout in 1981.
Tomczak, recovering from a double
fracture of his right leg in spring prac-
tice, replaced starter Jim Karsatos
with less than 10 minutes of the first
half, drawing a standing ovation from
the Ohio Stadium.
Spartan fullback Carl Butler eludes a double dose of Irish defense in yesterday's Notre Dame-MSU clash. The Fighting
Irish dumped the Spartans, 24-20. after a fourth-quarter surge.
IOWA CITY (AP)-Doug Strang
passed for one touchdown and ran for
another and Nick Gancitano kicked a
pair of field goals to lift 12th ranked
Penn State to a 20-17 upset of No. 5 Iowa
yesterday in an intersectional football
Strang, who had a subpar outing in
Penn State's 15-12 victory over Rutgers
last week, fired a 24-yard touchdown
pass to Herb Bellamy in the final
minute of the first half to give the Nit-
tany Lions a 13-3 lead and scored on a 1-
yard run in the first minute of the final
quarter to put his team ahead 20-10.
tate upsets Iowa
Penn State, playing without injured
tailback D.J. Dozier, sent its record to
2-0 while Iowa fell to 1-1.
Wisconsin 35, Missouri 34
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)-Senior
fullback Mark Harrison ran 21 yards
for a touchdown with 5:18 to play, cap-
ping a 28-point fourth-quarter rally that
gave Wisconsin a 35-34 college football
victory over Missouri.
The point-after kick by Todd
G° ,goire proved decisive as Missouri
scored again in the closing minutes but
failed on a two-point conversion attem-
pt that would have won the game.
Missouri, 0-2 which led 13-7 at half-
time, had expanded its lead to 28-7 on a
12-yard run by fullback Eric Drain and
an 18-yard scoring pass from Seitz to
Shorthose in the third quarter.
After overcoming a 28-7 deficit, the
Badgers, 2-0, held off a furious Missouri
rally led by junior quarterback Warren
Seitz to seal the victory.
Stanford 34, Illinois, 19
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) -
Sophomore quarterback John Paye
shot down Big 10 champion Illinois with
295 yards passing yesterday as Stanford
pulled one of its biggest upsets, 34-19.
Paye led Stanford on four touchdown
drives and Mark Harmon booted field
goals of 57 yards, third longest in the
school's history, and 36 yards.
Stanford's defense also shined, inter-
cepting Illinois quarterback Jack
Trudeau three times in the fourth quar-
Illinois, 2-1, led only briefly when it
recovered a fumble by Brian Morris on
the game's first play, and Chris White
kicked a 28-yard field goal for a 3-0 lead.
Illinois made it 14-13 on a 25-yard field
goal by White. With 1:34 left in the half,
White missed a 45-yard field goal at-
tempt when his kick hit the right
upright of the goal post and bounced
'M' stickers, 2-1
Special to the Daily
SPRINGFIELD, Mass.-Rain and
slippery astroturf played havoc with'
the Michigan women's field hockey
team as it lost 2-1 to Springfield College
yesterday afternoon. It was the
Wolverines' second straight loss of the
season. They fell to 0-2 while
Springfield evened its record at 2-2.
Springfield did all the damage in the
first half with a goal from Ingrid
Gonesh at 32:49 and another from Deb-
bie Sorg at 15:25. Michigan's lone tally
came off the stick of Lisa Schofield at
28:23 in the second half.b.
Jonnie Terry was busy in the
Michigan net making 12 saves for the
game. Alana McDonald has six saves
The Wolverines will stay in
Springfield one more day and meet
Brown this afternoon.
Hearns wins by TKO
SAGINAW (AP) - Thomas Hearns,
demonstrating his awesome punching
power from the opening bell, knocked
down Fred Hutchings twice and stop-
ped him in the third round yesterday to
retain the World Boxing Council super
Hearns, who scored both knockdowns
in the first round when he nearly ended
the fight, had Hutchings in trouble in
the second and finished the match in the
third when he had the challenger
reeling helplessly from a barrage of
Hutchings got in a few jabs in the
third round, but-learns was in control
and began the winning barrage with a
hard right to one of Hutchings' eyes,
followed by a hook.
'People are looking for a knockout all
the time," said Hearns, the "Hit Man"
from Detroit who has scored two
straight KOs after going three fights
without a knockout.
Cubs 5, Mets 4
CHICAGO (AP) - Ron Cey doubled
home two runs during a four-run first-
inning outburst and Scott Sanderson
and Lee Smith combined on a six-hitter
yesterday as the Chicago Cubs posted a
5-4 decision over the New York Mets
and moved towards their first National
League divisional championship.
The victory gave Chicago a 9%
game cushion over New York. - the
largest first-place lead in the East this
year. It also reduced the Cubs' magic
number to five games.
The Cubs made it 5-2 in the fifth when
Larry Bowa walked with one out, took
second on a sacrifice and scored on
Dernier's double. The Mets cut the lead
to 5-4 in the eighth on a two-run single
by Mookie Wilson off Smith, who held
on to record his 32nd save.
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Doily Photo by CAROL L. FRANCAVILLA
Sophomore tailback Gerald White slithers through the Washington defense
during Michigan's 20-11 loss yesterday. Despite a poor offensive showing by
the Wolverines, White shined, gaining 73 yards on 18 carries.
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By JIM GINDIN
Special to the Daily
DETROIT-Milt Wilcox' brilliant pitching performance
was almost overshadowed by Ruppert Jones as both players
led the Tigers to a 2-1 victory over the second-place Blue Jays
Jones not only hit the game-winning home run-a line drive
over the right-field wall to lead off the fourth inning-but also
made two fantastic catches in left field, sending the crowd of
44,349 in Tiger Stadium to their feet each time.
THE SECOND of those catches saved the game for relief
ace Willie Hernandez as he leaped up and grabbed a Cliff
Johnson drive hit over the fence with one out in the eighth in-
The fans who were chanting "Ruupe, Ruupe" as the game
ended were also delighted with the near-perfect pitching of
Wilcox. In the seven innings he threw, Toronto managed just
a second-inning home run by George Bell and a walk to Willie
Aikens in the fifth.
Wilcox struck out seven batters in recording his seventeen-
th win against seven losses. Hernandez earned his 29th save
while allowing just two singles in the two innings he pitched.
THE TIGERS jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first inning
when Alan Trammell drilled a double down the leftfield line
with one out. Trammell scored two batters later when
Darrell Evans fought off an inside pitch for a single.
Blue Jay ace Dave Stieb held the Tigers to just one more
run, but only pitched well when runners were in scoring
position. Stieb left a runner on second or third base five
times in the game as his record dropped to 14-7.
The victory lowered Detroit's magic number to four
games. Any combination of Tiger wins and Blue Jay losses
adding up to four will end the Eastern Division pennant race.
The Tigers will try to halve:that number tomorrow afternoon
as Juan Berenguer will pitch agianst the Blue Jays' Dennis
ONJOSTENS GOLD COLLEGE RINGS.
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Notre Dame 24, MSU 20
Wisconsin 35, Missouri 34
Kentucky 48, Indiana 14
Peinn St. 20. Iowa 17
Mississippi 14, Arkansas 14
Wyoming 26, Air Force 20
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