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Sunday, October 7, 1984
7 UM i BIG TEN ROUNDUP
WEST LAFAYETTE (AP) - Pur-
due's Jim Everett passed for 257 yards
and three touchdowns and safety Rod
Woodson shocked Ohio State with a 55-
yard interception return for the clin-
ching score yesterday as the Boiler-
makers upset the No. 2-ranked
The victory, coupled with Michigan
State's 19-7 upset of Michigan, gave
Purdue sole possession of first place in
the conference at 3-0 and lifted the
Boilermakers to 4-1 overall. The
Buckeyes fell to 2-1 and 4-1.
PURDUE, trailing 17-14, scored twice
early in the fourth quarter, both
following interceptions of passes by
Ohio State quarterback Mike Tomczak.
The first interception, by Don Ander-
son, gave Purdue the ball at its own 21-
yard line and Everett hit Rick Brunner
on the first play for a 46-yard com-
pletion to the Ohio State 33. The
Boilermakers reached the 16 as the
third quarter ended, and three plays
later Everett hit Bruce King on a four-
yard scoring pass to put the
Boilermakers ahead 21-17.
Ohio State tailback Keith Byars, who
rushed for 191 yards and the Buckeyes'
first two touchdowns, carried five times
on the next series before Woodson
picked off Tomczak's pass at the Pur-
due 45, wrenching the ball from the
hands of receiver Doug Smith and out-
racing the Buckeyes into the end zone.
Ohio State reached Purdue's 5-yard
line with just over five minutes to go,
but a fourth-down pass to Cris Carter
was broken up in the end zone by Cris
Dishman and the Boilermakers took
Illinois 22, Wisconsin 6
EVANSTON (AP) - Ronnie Harmon
rushed for three touchdowns and 121
yards yesterday as Iowa whipped Nor-
Harmon scored on runs of 2 yards and
9 yards in the first quarter, and on a 17-
yard burst in the second quarter, as the
Hawkeyes built a 21-3 halftime lead.
IOWA, 3-2 overall and 2-1 in the Big
Ten, beat Northwestern for the 11th
straight time. Northwestern fell to 1-5
overall and 1-3 in the league.
The Hawkeyes scored on their first
two possessions, taking a 14-0 lead with
9:15 left in the first quarter.
They had to punt after five downs
during their first possession, but Nor-
thwestern's Brett Whitley fumbled and
Craig Clark of Iowa recovered on Nor-
thwestern's 5-yard line.
HARMON DOVE over for his first
score on the second play.
On Iowa's next series, Harmon took a
pitchout from quarterback Chuck Long
and ran 9 yards around left end into the
It was Harmon's second strong per-
formance in a row. Last week against
Illinois he gained 191 yards and scored
Iowa 31, Northwestern 3
CHAMPAIGN (AP) - Chris White
kicked five field goals, tying a con-
ference record, to lift Illinois to a 22-6
victory yesterday over Wisconsin.
The victory gave Illinois a 3-1 Big Ten
record, keeping alive it's hopes of
repeating as conference champions,
while Wisconsin fell to 1-2 in the con-
QUARTERBACK Jack Trudeau and
fullback Thomas Rooks kept the mini
offense in gear all day, with Trudeau
hitting 21 of 31 attempts for 301 yards
and a touchdown, and Rooks chalking
Buckeye Larry Kolic tackles Purdue quarterback Jim Everett in. the
Boilermakers' 28-23 upset victory in West Lafayette, Indiana yesterday.
up 139 yards on the ground.
But repeated failures on third down
forced Illinois to turn to White, who
connected on field goals of 19, 48, 40, 27
and 46 yards. White, son of Illinois head
coach Mike White, became the fourth
man in Big Ten history to kick five field
goals in a game.
Illinois led 13-3 at the half and drove
to the Wisconsin 16 yard line on their
first possession of the second half. But
Wisconsin's Rick Graf sacked Trudeau
on third down and Illinois had to call on
White, who connected from 40 yards
Another Wisconsin sack and an
Illinois punt gavethe Badgers the ball
at the Illini 31. But after quarterback
Mike Howard's third-down pass was
broken up in the end zone, Wisconsin
called on Todd Gregoire, who hit a field
goal from 44 yards to narrow Illinois'
lead to 16-6.
White connected for field goals of 27
and 46 yards in the fourth quarter to
close out the scoring.
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By DEBRA deFRANCES
The results are in. "Tastes great"
beat "less filling," in the Ann Arbor-
East Lansing Lite Beer Tug-o-war at
the Sigma Alpha Epsilon mudbowl
yesterday morning. Once again, the
brains beat the brawns as Michigan's
team, yelling "tastes great," rolled
over Michigan State's "less filling':
The Wolverine team, comprised of
seven SAE brothers and three girls
from Kappa. Alpha Theta sorority,
W eighed in at 1848 pounds compared to
their opponents' 1920 pounds. Weight
was not a great factor. Michgian used
organization and strategy to win the
ALTHOUGH the MSU team was big
and enthusiastic, they were not well
prepared to do battle. "We picked our
team yesterday by calling up guys, so
we're not really together," said Scott
toss, a junior at Michigan State.
"We're not going in the mud though!"
Ross said before the contest.
The event, which was sponsored by
the Miller Brewing company, offered
excitement for the fans, mud for the
players, and a continued rivalry bet-
ween the two schools.
Clearly the most spectacular part of
the morning was the arrival of former
Pittsburgh Steeler defensive end L. C.
Greenwood to start the show. Green-
wood, the star of a recent Miller Lite
conmercial, did not crush any beer
cans, but did chat with admirers. For
winning the tug-o-war, the Michigan
team received a trophy and free seats
with Greenwood and Lee Meredith,
another Lite Beer star, to yesterday's
His first time in Ann Arbor, Green-
wood was looking forward to watching
the game in Michigan Stadium, "We
must be in the front row!" Greenwood
chuckled, imitating Lite Beer star Bob
Daily Photo by AN MAW
Kelvin Sims leads Michigan's "tastes great" team in the Ann Arbor-East Lansing lite beer tug-o-war yesterday in the
SAE mudbowl. Proceeds from the event, which was sponsored by Miller Breweries, were donated to the American Can-
Garvey 'shom ersaves
Steve Garvey's two-run homer sailed
;over the right field fence and kept the
San Diego Padres afloat, as the Padres
.\took game four of the National League
l ayoffs, 7-5.
Lee Smith gave up the round-tripper
after striking out Padre second
baseman Alan Wiggins on a fouled
;. dzthird-strike bunt attempt and giving up
a single to N.L. batting champ Tony
The Cubs threatened in the top of the
ninth, loading the bases with two out.
Bob Dernier doubled with one out, Gary
Matthews took an intentional pass, and
Henry Cotto was hit by a pitch. Ron
Cey, after running the count to two
strikes, ground out to Wiggins to end
The Padres led 2-1 early, but the
Cubs pounded a tiring Tim Lollar for
two home runs in the fourth, and took a
P+3- Matthews led off the inning with a
= walk, but Keith Moreland flied out and
Cey popped up to short. Davis tied the
score when he punched a 2-2 pitch over
the wall in left field, and Durham
followed with a solid shot that cleared
the right-field wall with ease.
It was the fourth time in NL playoff
history that consecutive home runs had
been hit, and gave the Cubs seven for
Cubs Pitcher Scott Sanderson set
down the Padres in order in the fourth,
and Padres Manager Dick Williams
replaced Lollar in favor of Andy
Hawkins in the fifth after the starter
walked Dernier and Sandberg with one
out. Hawkins got Matthews to hit a
grounder back to the mound, and he
threw to second to start an inning-en-
ding double play.
The Padres tied the score in the fifth
in textbook fashion. Tim Flannery, pin-
ch-hitting for Hawkins, beat out a single
that bounced off Sanderson's glove.
Wiggins sacrificed him to second and
he took third on Gwynn's groundout.
Garvey followed with a sharp single up
the middle, tying the game 3-3.
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